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Now you can start a business in India in 6 days.

Currently, it will take a total of 26 days after going through all the bureaucratic procedures. And if you happen to be in Mumbai, the number goes up to 14 as you have to register for Profession Tax and receive inspection and obtain Shops and Establishment registration certificate. By March-end …

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Embroidery of India

Embroidery in India includes dozens of regional embroidery styles that vary by region on the varied Indian clothing Styles. Designs in Indian embroidery are formed on the basis of the texture and the design of the fabric and the stitch. The dot and the alternate dot, the circle, the square, …

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Stock transfers in GST and how this impacts SMEs.

Our nation is on the brink of GST, a single unified indirect tax system. This is the largest taxation reform in the indirect taxation regime and it subsumes a host of indirect taxes. GST introduces the concept of seamless flow of input tax credit across the supply chain (from manufacture …

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Paying taxes: Why SMEs should comply with income tax provisions.

India’s taxation structure provides for two types of taxes: Direct and Indirect taxes. Income Tax and Wealth Tax are Direct Taxes whereas Sales Tax, Service Tax and Excise Duties are Indirect Taxes. In Budget 2015, Wealth Tax has been abolished and at present Income Tax is the only Direct Tax …

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Evaluation Study on Khadi and village Industries Programme.

During the Freedom Struggle, the development of Khadi and Village Industries was an instrument to meet the twin objective of self-reliance through local production and seeking active participation of the poor in the struggle for Independence through removal of hunger and unemployment. Their potential as an instrument of poverty alleviation …

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Budget Impact on MSMEs

The 2017 Union Budget, Presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday, was  broadly focused on 10 themes – the farming sector, the rural population, the youth, the poor and underprivileged health care, Infrastructure, the financial sector for stronger institutions, speedy accountability, public services, prudent fiscal management and tax administration …

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NMDC Employee Satisfaction and HR Climate Study

Executive Summary About the proposal and need of the study Organizational climate surveys are like regular health checkups for any organizations. Through, OC surveys one can identify issues that, if ignored can sometimes pose threat to the existence and growth of the organizations. NMDC, a Navaratna Public Sector Company wanted …

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Impact and Assessment Report of CSR projects done by Electronic Corporation of India Limited (ECIL) -2012-13

Executive summary There is infusion of policy content in a large measure in the revised guidelines. The expectations of the key stakeholders, including the Government, expressed in general and specific terms in this Chapter, constitute the `Policy statement’ on CSR and sustainability. The earlier guidelines focussed mainly on CSR activities …

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DISSEMINATING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO OUTREACH LOCATIONS THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKING BASED E-LEARNING ON HYBRID MODE

INTRODUCTION: This document started with asking questions how do National Institute for MSME (nimsme) could also contribute in building the nation being the premium and nodal body under the ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). This idea had been emerged from the core component and fact that when …

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IMPACT ASSESSMENT Study Report – BHEL

Executive Summary There is infusion of policy content in a large measure in the revised guidelines. The expectations of the key stakeholders, including the Government, expressed in general and specific terms in this Chapter, constitute the `Policy statement’ on CSR and Sustainability. The earlier guidelines focussed mainly on CSR activities …

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