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भारत सरकार
Govt. of India
Development Commissioner (MSME)
Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

भारत सरकार
Govt. of India
Development Commissioner (MSME)
Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

Scheme for "Enabling Manufacturing Sector be Competitive through Quality Management Standards and Quality Technology Tools"

Background :-

World over, micro and small enterprises (MSEs) are recognized as an important constituent of the national economies, contributing significantly to employment expansion and poverty alleviation. Recognizing the importance of micro and small enterprises, which forms an important segment of the Indian economy, for its contribution to country's industrial production, exports, employment and creation of entrepreneurial base, the Central and State Governments have been implementing several schemes and programmes for their promotion and development. Among the six basic principles of governance under lying the National Common Minimum Programme (NCMP) of the Government, "Sustained economic growth in a manner that generates employment" has a pride of place.

Objectives:-

The main objectives of the scheme is to sensitize and encourage MSEs to adopt latest QMS and QTT and to keep a watch on sect oral developments by undertaking the stated activities.

Major Activities:-

Introduction of Appropriate course Modules for Technical Instititutions. About 1800 ITIs and Polytechnics in four years of the XI plan. The selection of the technical institutes will be done in consultation with DGET and other stakeholders. The following sub-activities are proposed under the Scheme.

» Study the gap analysis

» Develop Training Materials Kit

» Train 80 Master Trainers

» Identify ITIs/Polytechnics

Component of the scheme:-

i) Efficient use of resources,

ii) Improvement in product quality,

iii) Reduction in rejection and re-work in the course of manufacturing,

iv) Reduction in building up inventory at the various stages in the form of raw materials, work-in-progress, finished components, finished products etc.

Physical & Financial Performance
The Scheme has been initiated in the year 2009-10. The Details of Activities and Expenditure made under the scheme since inception is given below:

Year

Fund Allocated (Rs.In crore)

Expenditure (Rs. In crore)

Targets

Achievement

2009-10

7.40

1.31

Scheme is demand driven

i) 70 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries - 2850 MSEs
iii) 21 ITI teachers training conducted & 499 trained.

2010-11

5.00

2.04

iv) 105 one day Awareness Campaign
v) No. of Beneficiaries - 3205 MSEs
vi) 40 ITI teachers training conducted & 880 trained.

2011-12

8.00

1.357

i) 119 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries – 3849 MSEs
iii) 18 ITI teachers training conducted & 366 trained.

2012-13

10.00

1.105

i) 100 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries – 3750 MSEs
iii) 04 ITI teachers training conducted & 55 trained.
iv) Implemented QMS/QTT in 10 selected MSE clusters in 100 MSEs through open bid and 10 DSR completed by QCI, New Delhi.
v) Course modules in polytechnics syllabus finalized.
vi) International Study Mission conducted by CDC

2013-14

10.00

0.77

i) 91 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries – 3102 MSEs
iii) Implementation in 10 selected MSE clusters in 100 units through open bid and 07 cluster DSR completed in 70 MSEs by M/S Margdarshan, Gurgaon. 03 cluster DSR under process.
iv) International Study Mission conducted by CII

2014-15

10.00(BE) 1.50(RE)

1.43

i) 102 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries – 3180 MSEs
iii) 04 no. of 2 days workshop at metros conducted by MSME-DI, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai & Kolkata. – 200 MSEs attended.
iv) 01 No. of one day National Level workshop at Delhi conducted by MSME- DI, New Delhi. – 100 MSEs attended.

2015-16

06.00 (BE) Rs. 5.92 (Re-appropriation)

2.13

i) 84 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries – 5012 MSEs
iii) 1 No. of National Level Workshop at Delhi conducted by MSME-DI, New Delhi – 120 MSEs attended.
iv) 4 Nos. of 2 days workshop at metros conducted by MSME-DIs, Ahemedabad, Hyderabad, Ludhiana & Ranchi – 329 MSEs attended.
v) Sanction/Released Rs. 142.30 lakh (2nd & Final Installment) of QMS/QTT scheme ACs & other activities conducted by CII, Avantha, Chandigarh FISME, New Delhi, QCI, ,New.Delhi, NIESBUB & CTTC, Bhubaneswar during 2015-16.

2016-17

2.92 (BE)

0.008

i) 1 one day Awareness Campaign
ii) No. of Beneficiaries – 58 MSEs

Implementation:-

Office of DC(MSME) will finalized the MSME clusters for conducting the Awareness Programme on Quality Management Standards and Quality Technology Tools (QMS/QTT)

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