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Soft and Hard Interventions for MSME Clusters (22-26 May 2017)

Register Now By- Programme Director – Surya Prakash Goud Rationale Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector has emerged as engine of growth in the new millennium. Innovation and creativity are the strengths of MSME sector and play vital role in economic development of the country by way of providing huge employment …

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More than 25 Indian small enterprises showcased at International SME Fair in Mauritius

Shri Kalraj Mishra Union Minister for MSME with Mr S Bhola,Min of Biz,Enter. & Cooperative,Gov of Mauritius inaugurates 1st Int’l SME Innov &Tech Fair-2017,Mauritius More than 25 Indian small enterprises organised by National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. (NSIC) displayed Technologies useful for generating self-employment opportunities Shri @KalrajMishra Hon’ble Min in Joint …

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Step-by Step approach to start an MSME

Step-by Step approach to start an MSME Identifying the opportunity It all begins with an Idea The overriding reason for anyone to think of establishing a MSME unit can be summarised in one word – opportunity. An opportunity to provide a product or service, which can generate sufficient surplus. This …

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‘World’s most powerful job creators,’ small enterprises vital to achieving Global Goals – UN official

By leveraging their ingenuity and creativity to harness new market opportunities, micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises can lead the way towards achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, a senior United Nations official said today in remarks to a high-level meeting on the issue. “These enterprises are among the world’s …

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Innovation in granite industry: Chitoor, Andhra Pradesh – K. Sudarsan

Abstract Business innovation is possible through waste management. The main objective of waste management system is to maximise economic benefits and, at the same time, to protect environment. Granite processing industry generates a large quantities of wastes mainly in the form of stone powder during sawing and polishing processes, which …

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SKILL DEVELOPMENT through design innovation in Chikankari crafts

    India is known for its traditions and culture. But due to forces of competitive market and globalization and also deteriorating socio- economic conditions of the artisans, these skills are not being pursued by the young generation. In this context it becomes of utmost importance to august these traditions …

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MOS for MSME Giriraj Singh inaugurates first training program under SFURTI at Sindhudurg Maharashtra

MSME Mos Shri Giriraj Singh inaugurate first training program under SFURTI at Sindhudurg Maharashtra. What is Bamboo Craft? Handicrafts commonly refer to handmade crafts or artisanry. Generally, skilled people create different types of items with paper, wood, clay, shells, stones, metals etc. And as the name refers, handicrafts items are …

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A Solution for Educated Unskilled Work-force in India

Author- Ananya Mitra, Shradhanjali Panda Abstract The purpose of the paper is to analyse the need of corporate sector to spend on Business Incubators in ‘Knowledge India’ under mandatory 2 per cent CSR spending. This study points out the scarcity of updated training institutions to harness the skills of educated youth, …

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Global Economy

Author-  Girija Nandini Abstract Innovation is simply “a new way of doing something”. As a discipline, innovation is capable of being learned, as well as practised. Innovation consists of the purposeful and organised search for changes and in the systematic analysis of the opportunities such changes might offer for economic …

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