Assistance under RGUMY in Odisha



Assistance under RGUMY in Odisha

Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana (RGUMY) is functional throughout the country.  The scheme is implemented at all India level and not in a state-wise manner.  It seeks to provide handholding support and assistance to the potential first generation entrepreneurs who would have successfully completed mandatory entrepreneurship  development training or skill development training or vocational training,  through the selected lead agencies i.e. `Udyami Mitras`, in the establishment and management of the new enterprise, in dealing with various procedural and legal hurdles and in completion of various formalities required for setting up and running of the enterprise.



The Scheme also provides information, support, guidance and assistance to first generation entrepreneurs as well as other existing entrepreneurs through an ‘Udyami Helpline’ (a Call Centre for MSMEs, 1800-180-6763 Toll Free), to guide them regarding various promotional schemes of the Government, procedural formalities required for setting up and running of the enterprise and help them in accessing Bank credit etc.
 

The Government does not provide any financial assistance to entrepreneurs under Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana. Organizations empanelled as Udyami Mitras under the Scheme are paid handholding charges in return for their services.  The number of beneficiaries (Udyamis) registered with Udyami Mitras for availing the hand holding assistance under the Scheme during the last three years in Odisha is as follows:

Financial Year
Beneficiaries (Udyamis)
Registered
2011-12
127
2012-13
157
2013-14
147

1371 Beneficiaries (Udyamis) in the state of Odisha have so far been registered By Udyami Mitras under RGUMY Scheme.


This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.

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Subsidized loan to youths of Gujarat



The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises has been implementing a credit-linked subsidy programme named Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) since 2008-09 with Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) as nodal agency at the national level for generating employment in the Country by setting up of micro-enterprises in the non-farm sector. The maximum cost of project is Rs. 25 lakh in the manufacturing sector and Rs.10 lakh in the service sector. The release of margin money subsidy which is treated as target as also the achievements in term of the margin money subsidy utilized, the corresponding number of projects assisted and estimated employment generated during the year 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 for the country is:




Year
Margin money subsidy released
(Rs crore)
Margin money subsidy utilized#
(Rs crore)
No. of units assisted
Estimated employment
generated
2011-12
1010.24
1057.84
55,135
4,95,523
2012-13
1228.44
1080.66
57,884
4,28,246
2013-14
988.36
1075.55
50,460
3,68,343

 
# including un-utilized  balance funds of previous year.
In Gujarat under PMEGP for the years 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14, Margin Money subsidy released/utilized, number of projects assisted and estimated employment generated is given below:
Year
Margin money subsidy released
(Rs crore)
Margin money subsidy utilized#
(Rs crore)
No. of units assisted
Estimated employment
generated
2011-12
61.02
61.47
1863
18662
2012-13
56.41
33.05
1066
11095
2013-14
25.22
44.02
914
13420

# including un-utilized  balance funds of previous year.
This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.
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Spinners and weavers producing Khadi in Gujarat

A total 9.97 lakh spinners and weavers are engaged in khadi and polyvastra activities in the Country (As on 31.03.2014).
A total 14,300 spinners and weavers are engaged in khadi and polyvastra activities in Gujarat (As on 31.03.2014).
In addition to the regular earning of spinners and weavers, 25% of 20% of the production value is given as Market Development Assistance (MDA) to spinners and weavers as incentive/bonus under Market Development Assistance (MDA) Scheme of the Government through Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC). Total assistance provided by KVIC under MDA Scheme and share of spinners and weavers under MDA throughout the country and in Gujarat during the year 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 is:
                                                                                          (Rs. in Crore)
Year
Position of total MDA disbursed throughout the country
Position of total MDA disbursed in Gujarat
MDA disbursed
25%  of MDA transferred to artisans
MDA disbursed
25% of MDA transferred to artisans
2011-12
 127.85
31.96
7.11
1.78
2012-13
 80.27
20.07
5.29
 1.32
2013-14
187.33
46.83
11.47
2.88

This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.
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Promotion of KVIC in Chhattisgarh

The Government of India has notified Public Procurement Policy for Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs) Order, 2012 which is applicable to every Central Ministry / Department / PSU for effective implementation w.e.f. 1st April, 2012. The Policy mandates that every Central Ministry / Department / Public Sector Undertaking shall set an annual goal of procurement from Micro and Small Enterprises, with the objective of achieving an overall procurement of minimum of 20 percent of total annual purchases of products produced and services rendered by Micro and Small Enterprises. Policy has also earmarked a sub- target of 4% out of the 20%, from MSEs owned by SC/ ST Enterprises.

Khadi and Village Industries Commission(KVIC) supplies khadi and village industries items to Indian Railways, Defence, Hospitals etc. under DGS&D rate contract. During 2013-14, KVIC has supplied the KVI items worth Rs. 42.25 crore under DGS&D rate contract and non-rate contract.

The Government through Khadi and Village Industries Commission(KVIC) has taken a number of steps to explore and develop markets for khadi and village industries(KVI) products in the country. To provide better marketing opportunities for KVI products in the country, KVIC has a network of more than 7050 KVI outlets including 08 KVIC’s departmental outlets and organizes exhibitions in different parts of the country at district, state, regional and national levels in association with State agencies. KVIC also provides assistance under the Market Development Assistance(MDA) Scheme, in which institutions have been given the flexibility to use the assistance to ‘inter alia’ improve its marketing infrastructure. Under Khadi Reform and Development Programme(KRDP), a marketing organization under PPP mode is envisaged to promote effective marketing of khadi and village industries (KVI) products. ‘Khadi Mark’ has also been introduced to guarantee the genuineness of khadi sold in the market.

The Government, in order to boost export of KVI products, has given deemed ‘Export Promotion Council’ status to KVIC under which KVIC has already enlisted more than 900 exporters. There is a provision of providing incentive in the form of 5% FOB value of direct export of KVI products. Besides, KVIC has also been focusing on quality participation in International Exhibitions and Buyer-Seller Meets abroad to tap new/emerging markets for KVI products.

KVI institutions/units established in the state of Chhattisgarh are selling their products not only from their own sales outlets in Chhattisgarh but also through departmental sales outlets of KVIC. KVIC also provides marketing opportunity by inviting them to participate in the national and zonal level exhibitions organized at places other than Chhattisgarh where they can showcase and market their products. Some of the major products showcased during the exhibitions are Khadi items, tribal jewellery, ayurvedic products, fruit juice/squash, fruit pulp, honey, wooden artifacts, wooden furniture etc.

KVIC implements various schemes for the holistic development and promotion of khadi in the country including Chhattisgarh. The major schemes for promotion of khadi include: (i) Market Development Assistance (MDA), (ii) Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certificate (ISEC),(iii) Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI), (iv) Workshed Scheme for Khadi Artisans. In addition, Khadi Reform and Development Programme (KRDP), a comprehensive package for revitalization of the khadi sector, including capacity building of khadi institutions and improved marketing, is being implemented with assistance from Asian Development Bank (ADB).

This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.

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Loan Disbursed to MSME
In order to address the risks involved in disbursing loans, the Ministry of MSME is implementing a Scheme named ‘Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme’ which provides guarantee for collateral free credit facility (term loan and/ or working capital) extended by eligible lending institutions to new and existing micro and small enterprises up to Rs. 100 lakh per borrowing unit. The scheme is being operated by the Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) set up jointly by the Government of India and SIDBI. The Government is also implementing various other Schemes/ programmes including Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme, Performance and Credit Rating Scheme, National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme, Cluster Development Programme and Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme etc for the development and growth of MSME sector across the country.  Any citizen of India can avail the benefits of these schemes/ programmes either by accessing the websites of the Ministry of MSME and Office of Development Commissioner(MSME) or by approaching the field offices of the Ministry situated in the every State and major Union Territories of the country.
Outstanding credit to MSE sector as reported  by Scheduled Commercial Banks
 as on 31st March 2009 to 2013
Sl. No.
State/Union Territories
Mar-2009
Mar-2010
Mar-2011
Mar-2012
Mar-2013
Balance O/S
Balance O/S
Balance O/S
Balance O/S
Balance O/S
1
Arunachal Pradesh
993737
1668210
1797606
2592117
3348456
2
Andaman& Nicobar
728730
1455864
2126499
2646065
3493316
3
Andhra Pradesh
164090077
225156293
290570528
381286265
474767028.7
4
Assam
18920232
27574394
37538357
52913153
70772499.12
5
Bihar
18243351
46878787
43848939
72732191
89140132.48
6
Chandigarh
23556425
28745767
43428748
45310604
63981735.3
7
Chattisgarh
22845335
37119400
56416921
69698314
96340309.46
8
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
571495
742928
1149330
1564394
1894093.626
9
Daman &Diu
920186
995648
1759899
1636084
2370275.768
10
Delhi
214681657
279261121
368773365
421592701
549419397.2
11
Goa
12046830
20247315
22226406
21781918
26241966.02
12
Gujarat
148576735
205960851
322636439
347330031
474946927.8
13
Haryana
70671319
109366716
142883578
168533371
244682902.2
14
Himachal Pradesh
13389326
29873144
40844407
43219782
50494785.1
15
Jammu & Kashmir
20028976
39096712
44570632
57258101
66976013.74
16
Jharkhand
35883535
55961242
72087239
76294492
96315813
17
Karnataka
151659124
199032707
264318729
275628811
349207360.6
18
Kerala
84021395
127791593
144543612
192980680
231411300.6
19
Lakshadweep
23875
63890
4521052
75069
95120
20
Madhya Pradesh
84019582
121449296
108093564
137036765
198190565.7
21
Maharashtra
614559186
715561038
1083875953
1006192501
1277025420
22
Manipur
696453
1108066
1176565
2056110
2999337
23
Meghalaya
1951873
3042070
4197846
3663002
5816183.29
24
Mizoram
481190
1124104
1339089
1507846
2485621
25
Nagaland
1313415
2903165
1714544
3084142
4617201
26
Orissa
39496183
71613565
96982925
112802687
123853123.7
27
Pondicherry
2847549
4265591
5322801
7544568
13955700.24
28
Punjab
116071571
167154423
214648597
251453358
349347992.2
29
Rajasthan
89789425
125669310
155781798
191284456
283629211.6
30
Sikkim
1073792
1720400
2277853
4221937
3043960.45
31
Tamilnadu
297539560
417876241
570899598
605777487
799920166.2
32
Tripura
1754628
3190079
3575873
6488753
9470419
33
Uttar Pradesh
134668646
241099814
274181222
333234512
429307202.2
34
Uttarakhand
20559437
29478874
39904111
50543661
75683221.14
35
West Bengal
152605883
278658835
315257372
324879914
396842679.9

All India
2561280713
3622907453
4785271997
5276845842
6872087437

Outstanding credit to Medium Enterprises sector as reported by Scheduled Commercial Banks (Amount in Thousands)
Sl.
No
State / Union Territories
Mar-2013
Balance O/S
1
Arunachal Pradesh
1841893
2
Andamans
136981
3
Andhra Pradesh
148136992
4
Assam
12856634
5
Bihar
11007426
6
Chandigarh
44480568
7
Chattisgarh
23370278
8
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
118294
9
Daman & Diu
38131
10
Delhi
229779660
11
Goa
7213287
12
Gujarat
119116882
13
Haryana
47085899
14
Himachal Pradesh
7311444
15
Jammu & Kashmir
5422395
16
Jharkhand
21691421
17
Karnataka
106932337
18
Kerala
54751796
19
Lakshadweep
0
20
Madhya Pradesh
38960816
21
Maharashtra
420158295
22
Manipur
19676
23
Meghalaya
1728057
24
Mizoram
65980
25
Nagaland
427561
26
Orissa
23589723
27
Puducherry
3587229
28
Punjab
48743089
29
Rajasthan
67132817
30
Sikkim
360143
31
Tamil Nadu
174679767
32
Tripura
293579
33
Uttar Pradesh
70939276
34
Uttarakhand
11386239
35
West Bengal
114789579

Total
1818154143

This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.
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Employment opportunities to rural and semi urban youth of Vidarbha
The Ministry of MSME has been implementing a credit-linked subsidy programme named Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) since 2008-09 with Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) as nodal agency at the national level for generating employment in the Country by setting up of micro-enterprises in the non-farm sector. The maximum cost of project is Rs.25 lakh in the manufacturing sector and Rs.10 lakh in the service sector. Since its inception in 2008-09 till 31 October 2014, 2.85 units have been set up under PMEGP with margin money assistance of Rs.5514.45 crore creating estimated employment opportunities to 24.95 lakh persons. The target to create employment opportunities to 8.25 lakh persons have been fixed for the year 2014-15 under PMEGP.
KVIC also provided employment opportunities to 10.80 lakh persons under khadi sector.  During 2014-15, the target to create employment opportunities under khadi to 0.55 lakh persons have been fixed.
In addition to PMEGP, in the Ministry of MSME through KVIC and Coir Board have been implementing a cluster-based scheme named Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) since 2005-06 under which khadi, village industries and coir clusters have been taken up for development by providing them with improved equipments, common facilities centres, business development services, training, capacity building and design and marketing support, etc. 101 clusters (29 Khadi, 47 Village Industries and 25 Coir clusters) have been developed under this scheme. SFURTI Scheme has been revamped in XII Plan and 71 clusters with an outlay of Rs.149.44 crore are proposed to be developed in the Ist phase.
Margin Money subsidy also provided to the youth of Vidarbha area under PMEGP. Margin Money subsidy provided, number of units setup and estimated employment generated under PMEGP in Vidarbha area during the last three years and current year is given below:


Year
Margin money subsidy
provided
(Rs. lakh)
Number of projects
 assisted
Estimated employment
generated
(No. of persons)
2011-12
388.07
233
5120
2012-13
468.04
167
5555
2013-14
422.18
151
5285
2014-15
(upto 30.11.2014)
127.91
50
500

                This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.


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