MSMEs Solar Charkha Mission
UN General Assembly in its 74th Plenary held on the 6th April, 2017 declared 27th June as Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day, recognising the importance of Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in achieving sustainable development goals. President, Ram Nath Kovind will inaugurate MSMEs Solar Charkha Mission on 27 June 2018 at Vigyan Bhawan New Delhi. Seen in the file picture is President Kovind addressing the Satguru Kabir Saheb Mahotsav, on the occasion of the 620th Pragatosav of Satguru Kabir, at Sagar, in Madhya Pradesh on April 28, 2018.

President of India to launch Solar Charkha Mission on UN MSME Day 2018

The Ministry of Micro Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), will organise a National  Conclave (UdyamSangam) on 27th June 2018 on the occasion of UN MSME Day. The purpose of the Conclave is to encourage dialogue and partnership among various stakeholders of the MSME ecosystem and for promoting innovation and knowledge sharing on MSME related issues.

President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, will inaugurate the Conclave in Vigyan Bhawan. On this occasion the Solar Charkha Mission of the Ministry will be launched by the President. The Mission will cover 50 clusters and every cluster will employ 400 to 2000 artisans.

The Mission has been approved by the Government of India for which the MSME Ministry will disburse subsidy of Rs. 550 crores to the artisans. A Website of the Ministry will also be launched which will act as a bridge between the talent pool and those enterprises seeking trained man power. Nearly one lakh fifty thousand persons have received training in the 18 State-of-the-art Technology Centres of the MSME Ministry last year.

During the day long conclave there will be parallel, break-out sessions on various subjects. Stakeholders from grass root level, associations and other experts on the subject will deliberate upon a range of issues which include strategy to build a financial ecosystem of seed and growth capital of micro and small ventures, role of SMEs in Make-in-India programme, role of women led enterprises for gender parity, role of GST in helping micro and small ventures, research and development of SMEs, role of infrastructure in the development of MSMEs, MSME knowledge services, MSME in health services and traditional medicines and market access development for MSMEs with special focus on Public Procurement Policy. In order to develop a system for creating awareness about Government schemes, a session on communication and media will also be held.

The need for convergences of all government initiatives relating to MSME sector has always been emphasised. Udyam Sangam is a step forward towards consolidating that process. Udyam Sangam will be followed by a fortnightlong MSME Pakhwada called Udyam Lehar.

The UN General Assembly in its 74th Plenary held on the 6th April, 2017 declared 27th June as Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day, recognising the importance of Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in achieving sustainable development goals and in promoting innovation, creativity and sustainable work for all.

 

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