MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF RURAL

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MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF RURAL INDUSTRIALISATION (MGIRI) Introduction- Jamnalal Bajaj Central Research Institute (JBCRI)established in 1955 in Wardha, Maharashtra, managed as a departmental unit by the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) since 1956. The activities of JBCRI centred around research, extension and training programmes for village industries. In 1999 it was revamped by KVIC and rechristened as the Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Rural Industrialization (MGIRI) in 2003. :

MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF RURAL INDUSTRIALISATION (MGIRI) Introduction- Jamnalal Bajaj Central Research Institute ( JBCRI)established in 1955 in Wardha , Maharashtra, managed as a departmental unit by the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) since 1956. The activities of JBCRI centred around research, extension and training programmes for village industries. In 1999 it was revamped by KVIC and rechristened as the Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Rural Industrialization ( MGIRI) in 2003.

OBJECTIVES- • To accelerate rural industrialization for sustainable village economy so that KVI sector co-exists with the main stream . • Attract professionals and experts to Gram Swaraj. • Empower traditional artisans. • Innovation through pilot study/field trials. • R&D for alternative technology using local resources.:

OBJECTIVES- • To accelerate rural industrialization for sustainable village economy so that KVI sector co-exists with the main stream . • Attract professionals and experts to Gram Swaraj . • Empower traditional artisans. • Innovation through pilot study/field trials. • R&D for alternative technology using local resources.

*up to December 2009:

*up to December 2009 Year Budget allocation (RE) Funds released 2007-08 2.75 1.80 2008-09 3.00 3.00 2009-10 (BE)* 3.00 2.39 BUDGETARY SUPPORT Funds released to MGIRI

FUNCTIONS- (i) Chemical-based Industries Division. (ii) Khadi and Textiles Division. (iii) Bio-processing Industries Division. (iv) Rural Energy and Infrastructure Division. (v) Rural Crafts and Engineering Division. TECHNICAL INTERFACES To strengthen the efforts towards rural industrialization, MGIRI has been pursuing the research and development activities in coordination with reputed national level technical institutes. :

FUNCTIONS- ( i ) Chemical-based Industries Division. (ii) Khadi and Textiles Division. (iii) Bio-processing Industries Division. (iv) Rural Energy and Infrastructure Division. (v) Rural Crafts and Engineering Division. TECHNICAL INTERFACES To strengthen the efforts towards rural industrialization , MGIRI has been pursuing the research and development activities in coordination with reputed national level technical institutes.

ACHIEVEMENTS- 1.Organization of consultative workshops/ seminars and training programmes. 2.Day-to-day monitoring of various in-house ongoing projects like bio-efficacy trials on maize, soya-based products, fermentation technology based pharmaceutical products, food and bakery related products, panchgavya related products development. 3.Preparation of reports related to various problems identified in SFURTI clusters. 4.Design and development of low cost packaging machines. 5.Standardisation of new shampoo, hair oil and hair dye (natural) formulation and making project proposals for new entrepreneurs. 6. Developed natural clay colours and their commercial application in terracotta jewellery. 7.Solar based product & LED enterprise development. 8.Two entrepreneurs started Solar Fab Mart (SFM) under the guidance of MGIRI. 9. Development of prototype for biomass briquetting. :

ACHIEVEMENTS- 1. Organization of consultative workshops/ seminars and training programmes. 2. Day-to-day monitoring of various in-house ongoing projects like bio-efficacy trials on maize , soya-based products, fermentation technology based pharmaceutical products , food and bakery related products , panchgavya related products development. 3. Preparation of reports related to various problems identified in SFURTI clusters. 4. Design and development of low cost packaging machines. 5. Standardisation of new shampoo, hair oil and hair dye (natural) formulation and making project proposals for new entrepreneurs. 6. Developed natural clay colours and their commercial application in terracotta jewellery . 7. Solar based product & LED enterprise development. 8. Two entrepreneurs started Solar Fab Mart ( SFM) under the guidance of MGIRI. 9. Development of prototype for biomass briquetting.

COIR BOARD:

COIR BOARD COIR INDUSTRY- The coir industry employs more than 6.50 lakh persons in which 80% are women. The Coir Board is a statutory body established under the Coir Industry Act, 1953. The function the development of coir industry, inter-alia, include undertaking scientific, technological and economic research and development activities ; collection of statistics relating to exports and internal consumption of coir and coir products; development of new products and designs; publicity for promotion of exports and internal sales; marketing of coir and coir products in India and abroad preventing unfair competition among producers and exporters; assisting in the establishment of units for the manufacture of products; promoting co-operative organisations among producers of husk, coir fibre , coir yarn and manufacturers of coir products ; ensuring remunerative returns to producers and manufacturers, etc.

NATIONAL SMALL INDUSTRIES CORPORATION LIMITED (NSIC):

NATIONAL SMALL INDUSTRIES CORPORATION LIMITED (NSIC) National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC ) Ltd ., an ISO 9001 certified Company, was established by the Government of India in 1955. Objective- “to aid, counsel , assist, finance, protect and promote the interest of small industries in India .” ORGANISATIONAL SET-UP- Board of Directors consisting of a full time Chairman-cum-Managing Director ; two Functional Directors; two Government Nominee Directors , one SIDBI Nominee Director and six Non-official Parttime Directors . The Corporation is manned by a dedicated team of professionals at different levels and operates through 121 offices located all over India and one office located at Johannesburg (South Africa).

SCHEMES OF THE CORPORATION:

SCHEMES OF THE CORPORATION Marketing Support to MSMEs- a ) Raw Material Distribution: NSIC has made arrangements with bulk manufacturers like M/s . Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL ); M/s . Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. (RINL ) and M/s . National Aluminium Company Ltd . ( NALCO ) etc. b) Consortia and Tender Marketing : NSIC, accordingly forms consortia of small units manufacturing the same products, thereby pooling in their capacity which provides comfort level to MSEs as suppliers and also to buyers . c) Single Point Registration for Government Purchase : wherein the registered small enterprises get purchase preference in Government Purchase Programme . d) Exhibitions : To showcase the competencies of Indian MSMEs, NSIC facilitates their participations in International Exhibitions , Fairs , etc. on concessional terms under the Marketing Assistance Scheme of the M/o MSME by partially meeting the cost towards rent of stall as well as air fare . e) Buyer – Seller Meets : Large and institutional buyers are invited to participate in buyer-seller meets to enrich micro & small enterprises ’ knowledge regarding terms and conditions, quality standards, etc. required by the buyers.

Credit Support to MSMEs- a) Meeting credit needs of MSMEs through tie-up arrangements with Banks: NSIC has entered into tie-up arrangements with eleven banks. b) Financing Procurement of Raw Materials & Marketing Activities (Short term): In need of any credit support, NSIC provides financial assistance for raw material procurement by making the payment to suppliers. NSIC facilitates financing for marketing activities. c) Performance & Credit Rating Scheme for Small Enterprises: The rating serves as a trusted third party opinion on the unit’s capabilities and credit worthiness. Support Services to MSMEs- a) Construction of ‘Marketing Development cum- Business Park’ (MDBP) at NSIC Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi. b) ‘Exhibition-cum-Marketing Development Business Park’ (EMDBP) at Hyderabad. c) Infomediary Services under B2B portal for MSMEs.:

Credit Support to MSMEs- a) Meeting credit needs of MSMEs through tie-up arrangements with Banks: NSIC has entered into tie-up arrangements with eleven banks. b) Financing Procurement of Raw Materials & Marketing Activities (Short term ): In need of any credit support , NSIC provides financial assistance for raw material procurement by making the payment to suppliers. NSIC facilitates financing for marketing activities. c) Performance & Credit Rating Scheme for Small Enterprises: The rating serves as a trusted third party opinion on the unit’s capabilities and credit worthiness. Support Services to MSMEs- a ) Construction of ‘Marketing Development cum- Business Park’ (MDBP) at NSIC Complex, Okhla Industrial Estate , New Delhi. b) ‘Exhibition-cum-Marketing Development Business Park’ (EMDBP) at Hyderabad. c) Infomediary Services under B2B portal for MSMEs.

NSIC’s NEW INITIATIVES- 1.Setting up of NSIC-Training-cum- Incubation Centres (NSIC-TIC) for Small Enterprises Establishment under Public Private Partnership (PPP) Mode. 2.Establishing MSMEs Info-Call Centre . 3.Promoting International Trade through NSIC B2B (Business to Business) Web Portal www.nsicindia.com. 4.International SME Development Web Portal . 5.Trade Statistics of selected countries. 6. NSIC IN NORTH EASTERN REGION. CORE BUSINESS FOR THE FUTURE- (i) Building synergies and Partnerships – establishing itself central to the network to the service providers in India, (ii) Increasing the geographic footprints of NSIC, (iii) Taking up the cause of marketing of products of MSMEs, (iv) Aggressively entrench its market position and market its services, (v) Developing its idle infrastructure. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS - For the third year running, Corporate Excellence Award was conferred by the Amity International Business School. :

NSIC’s NEW INITIATIVES- 1. Setting up of NSIC-Training-cum- Incubation Centres (NSIC-TIC) for Small Enterprises Establishment under Public Private Partnership (PPP) Mode. 2. Establishing MSMEs Info-Call Centre . 3.Promoting International Trade through NSIC B2B (Business to Business) Web Portal www.nsicindia.com. 4.International SME Development Web Portal . 5.Trade Statistics of selected countries. 6. NSIC IN NORTH EASTERN REGION. CORE BUSINESS FOR THE FUTURE- ( i ) Building synergies and Partnerships – establishing itself central to the network to the service providers in India , ( ii) Increasing the geographic footprints of NSIC , (iii) Taking up the cause of marketing of products of MSMEs , ( iv) Aggressively entrench its market position and market its services , ( v) Developing its idle infrastructure. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS - For the third year running, Corporate Excellence Award was conferred by the Amity International Business School.

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