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News Sl.No State 2014-15 2015-16 KVIC encourages KVI Institutions and Prime 1. Andhra Pradesh & 4064 4324 Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) Units and Scheme of Fund for Regeneration Telangana of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) clusters to 2. Arunachal Pradesh 1224 1274 participate in International Trade Fair/Exhibitions 3. Assam 2128 2790 by subsidizing 75% of the air fare and 50% of 4. Bihar 1048 3319 the stall rent to augment export of KVI products 5. Jammu & Kashmir 1976 1861 in general. In case of Women entrepreneurs and 6. Karnataka 7950 4808 Institutions/ST/SC and North Eastern States air 7. Kerala 10503 5020 fare and stall rent extended to the extent of 100% subject to limit of Rs.1.25 lakh each. 8. Madhya Pradesh 2210 1516 9. Maharashtra 24001 18566 In addition to the above, Government of India, 10. Mizoram 1668 1368 in order to boost export of khadi products, has given deemed ‘Export Promotion Council’ status to KVIC 11. Nagaland 1585 1583 under which KVIC has already enlisted more than 12. New Delhi 2969 5318 900 exporters. There is a provision of providing 13. Odissa 3182 3092 incentive in the form of 5% Free on Board (FOB) 14. Rajasthan 1806 914 value of direct export of Khadi products. Besides, 15. Tamil Nadu 6485 6705 KVIC has also been focusing on quality participation 16. Uttar Pradesh 11264 7550 in International Exhibitions and Buyer-Seller Meets abroad to tap new/emerging markets for Khadi 17. Uttaranchal 4699 6074 products. 18. West Bengal 3034 2790 This Press Release is based on information Directorate of Capacity 5817 10250 given by the Union Minister of Micro, Building, KVIC Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Kalraj Total 97613 89122 Mishra in a written reply in Lok Sabha on 1 August, 2016. st Cluster Development Programme – A Key Strategy to Enhance Productivity of MSMEs he Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium market access, access to capital, etc. Enterprises (MSME) has adopted the cluster Tdevelopment approach as a key strategy for (ii) To build capacity of MSEs for common enhancing the productivity and competitiveness supportive action through formation of as well as capacity building of Micro and Small self help groups, consortia, upgradation of Enterprises (MSEs) and their collectives in the associations, etc. country. The objectives and scope of the Micro and Small Enterprises – Cluster Development (iii) To create/upgrade infrastructural facilities in Programme (MSE-CDP) are the new/existing industrial areas/ clusters of MSEs with GoI grant restricted to 60% of the (i) To support the sustainability and growth of cost of project of Rs 10.00 crore. GoI grant MSEs by addressing common issues such as will be 80% for projects in NE & Hill States, improvement of technology, skills and quality, industrial areas/ estates with more than 50% 44 Laghu Udyog Samachar
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