On March 8, 2020, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, NHSRCL distributed sewing machines among 23 women from Chenpur and Ropda villages in Ahmedabad who successfully completed the Sewing and Tailoring training programme under the Income Restoration Plan. Over 100 beneficiaries and their families were a part of the Sewing Machine Distribution programme. So far under the Income Restoration Plan, about 200 beneficiaries have been trained in various fields such as computer networking, two-wheeler mechanic, electrician, tally-accounting, beautician, tailoring and more.
मुंबई-अहमदाबाद बुलेट ट्रेन प्रकल्पाची कार्यान्वयन यंत्रणा असलेल्या नॅशनल हायस्पीड रेल कॉर्पोरेशन लिमिटेडतर्फे (एनएचएसआरसीएल) जागतिक महिला दिनाचे औचित्य साधत रविवारी, ८ मार्च रोजी अहमदाबाद येथील चेनपूर आणि रोपरा या गावांतील २३ महिलांना शिलाई मशीनचे वाटप करण्यात आले. शिलाई मशीन वितरण सोहळ्याला १०० महिलांनी उपस्थिती लावली होती. एनएचएसआरसीएलतर्फे बुलेट ट्रेन प्रकल्प लाभार्थ्यांसाठी उत्पन्न पुनर्स्थापना योजनेंतर्गत (इनकम रिस्टोरेशन प्रोग्राम – आयआरपी) प्रशिक्षण शिबिरे राबवली जातात. या शिबिरांमध्ये शिवणकामासह कम्प्युटर नेटवर्किंग, टू व्हीलर मेकॅनिक, इलेक्ट्रिशियन, टेली अकाऊंटिंग, ब्युटिशियन इत्यादींचे प्रशिक्षण दिले जाते. आतापर्यंत २०० लाभार्थ्यांनी या शिबिरांचा लाभ घेतला आहे.
Itanagar, Feb 26 (KNN) Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) has organised a day-long awareness programme on “Build the Enterprise of Your Dreams” at North East Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST).
The objectives of the programme was to promote and support untapped creativity of individual and to promote adoption of the latest technologies in manufacturing as well as knowledge based innovative MSMEs.
As per the release, a total of 120 students participated in the programme.
Speaking on the occasion, NERIST Director Prof H S Yadav, highlighted the role of building entrepreneurs for the development of society and nation.
He also stressed that students particularly with engineering and management background should not only be the job seeker but they should be job creator in order to reduce the unemployment among the youths.
Further, he informed that a tour programme would be arranged for the students of NERIST to visit industries developed through MSMEs in north eastern region to enhance the confidence among the students.
Assistant Director, MSME Branch of Itanagar SLN Kumar urged the students to come up with innovative ideas to start an enterprise.
”The feedback of the students were taken and discussion on various schemes under MSMEs was undertaken,” the release added.
The entrepreneurship cell of the PCTE Group of Industries organised a national-level awareness programme (NLAP 2020) with the aim to motivate the youth for entrepreneurship and make them ‘job providers instead of job seekers’. The programme was conducted by the officials of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME).
Ravi Kant, head, National SC-ST Hub Office, Ludhiana; Rajesh Kumar, assistant director, MSME Development Institute, Ludhiana; and Ashish Chaudhary, deputy manager, National Small Industries Corporation, were the resource persons for the programme.
The officials apprised students of various schemes under the Government of India for fostering entrepreneurship among the youth. Students were encouraged to take up entrepreneurship and were educated about the schemes implemented by the Ministry through audio/visual films/presentations and brochures.
Students of MBA and other departments found the programme highly enlightening for creating startups and efficient management in entrepreneurship.
Prof Naresh Sachdev, dean, Corporate Relations, PCTE Group of Institutes, stated that such events helped students to think out-of-the-box and motivated them to opt entrepreneurship as a successful career option.
KNS Kang congratulated the cell for successfully holding the event. He said the institute believed that extracurricular activities could infuse a fresh lease of enthusiasm and motivation in students and encouraged students to participate in more such events.
Interactive Seminar on PF & ESIC, which was attended by around 48 Industrialists, was conducted on 30 January, 2020. This Seminar was conducted to clear doubts and compliance concerns of the industrialists belonging to the MSME sector. Continuing our Professional efforts, we had invited none other that Shri. Pranay Sinha (Additional Commissioner & regional Director, ESIC Maharashtra) and Shri. Mrugesh Gharde (Regional Provident Commissioner II, Bandra) to interact with the crowd.
Delayed payments is a major headache for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Union MSME minister Nitin Gadkari said on Saturday, adding that he was trying to find a solution to this issue.
Speaking at a convention of ‘Laghu Udyog Bharti’, an RSS-linked outfit which works in MSME sector, he also promised to rid the national capital of pollution in five years.
“The small scale industry producer never gets payments on time. And this tires and finishes him. I am seriously thinking, whether it is private or public sector or government, the payment of MSME should get released in 45 days, and I am trying to take some concrete decision on this,” he said.
MSME play important role in creation of employment, he said.
“So far, MSME have given jobs to 11.50 crore youths, and in these five years I am aiming to add five crore more employment opportunities,” Gadkari, who took charge of MSME portfolio in the second term of Modi-led NDA government, said.
Expressing concern about the agrarian crisis, he said the MSME ministry was also focusing on handloom, handicrafts and agro processing industries.
Talking about the pollution in Delhi, Gadkari said, “I want to tell you that (with) the works we have undertaken in these five years, Delhi will be completely free of air and water pollution before we complete our five years.”
Promoting entrepreneurship was an important mission of the government, as without it “we cannot become 5 trillion dollar economy”, he said..
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