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Feature a whole and the communities in which they are workshops and training programmes on technology embedded. upgradation, etc. Objectives common Facility centre (cFc)/Hard Interventions: This will lead to creation of tangible i. To support the sustainability and growth of “assets” as Common Facility Centers (CFCs) MSEs by addressing common issues such as like Common Production/Processing Centre (for improvement of technology, skills and quality, balancing/ correcting/ improving production line market access, access to capital, etc. that cannot be undertaken by individual units), ii. To build capacity of MSEs for common Design Centres, Testing Facilities, Training Centre, supportive action through formation of R&D Centres, Effluent Treatment Plant, Marketing self help groups, consortia, upgradation of Display/Selling Centre, Common Logistics Centre, associations, etc. Common Raw Material Bank/Sales Depot, etc. iii. To create/upgrade infrastructural facilities in Infrastructure Development centre (ID): the new/existing industrial areas/clusters of This will lead to creation of infrastructural MSEs. facilities like power distribution network, water, iv. To set up common facility centres (for testing, telecommunication, drainage and pollution control training centre, raw material depot, effluent facilities, roads, banks, raw materials, storage and treatment, complementing production marketing outlets, common service facilities and processes, etc). technological backup services for MSEs in the new/ existing industrial estates/areas. Strategy and Approach Financial assistance under the scheme: Given the diverse nature of the MSEs in terms of both geographical location and sectoral The financial assistances for various composition, the MSE-CDP scheme aims at interventions are: addressing the needs of the industries, through well (i) Diagnostic Study Report: Government of India defined clusters and geographical areas. This will (GoI) grant of maximum Rs 2.50 lakh. For the enable achieving the economies of scale in terms of deployment of resources as well as focusing on the field organizations (MSME-DIs) of the Ministry of MSME, this financial support will be Rs specific needs of similar industries. The capacity building of associations, setting up of special 1.00 lakh. purpose vehicles (SPVs), consortia, etc. which are (ii) Soft Interventions: GoI grant of 75% of the integral part of the scheme would enable the MSEs sanctioned amount of the maximum project to leverage their resources and also to have better cost of Rs 25.00 lakh per cluster. For NE & Hill access to public resources, linkages to credit and States, Clusters with more than 50% (a) micro/ enhance their marketing competitiveness. village (b) women owned (c) SC/ST units, the GoI grant will be 90%. Interventions (iii) Detailed Project Report (DPR): GoI grant of a) Diagnostic Study Report maximum Rs 5.00 lakh for preparation of b) Soft Interventions a technical feasibility and viability project report. c) Common Facility Centre (Hard Interventions) (iv) Common Facility Center/Hard Interventions: d) Infrastructure Development Centre Tangible assets like machinery and BENEFITS equipment for critical processes, research and development, testing, etc. with GoI grant Soft Interventions: This will lead to creation of upto 70% of the cost of project of maximum general awareness, counseling, motivation and Rs 15.00 crore. For NE & Hill States, Clusters trust building, exposure visits, market development with more than 50% (a) micro/ village (b) including exports, participation in seminars, women owned (c) SC/ST units, the GoI grant 38 Laghu Udyog Samachar
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