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Market Promotion & Development Scheme

The Market Promotion and Development Assistance Scheme (MPDA) has been launched as a unified scheme by merging different schemes implemented by the Khadi sector including publicity, marketing, market promotion and marketing development assistance. Further, grant/subsidy will also be available for construction of Khadi plazas. The overall objective of the scheme is to ensure increased earnings for artisans.

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Who can apply?

The Khadi institutions, having valid Khadi certificate and categorised as A+, A,B and C only are eligible to avail MMDA grant from KVIC.

How to apply?

The total amount of MMDA on production will be claimed by the producing Institution from the KVIC and will be distributed amongst the stakeholders viz., spinners and weavers, producing Institutions and selling Institutions in the ratio 40%, 20% and 40% respectively.
Producing Institutions shall submit quarterly claim of MMDA based on the actual production achieved during the preceding quarter of the financial year.
The difference, if any, would be adjusted in the last quarter of the financial year on the basis of accounts audited by a Chartered Accountant.
The MMDA, preferably, shall be reimbursed electronically by the State/Divisional office of the KVIC on a quarterly basis.

Nature of assistance

Modified MDA (MMDA) shall be allowed @ 30% on the Prime cost of Khadi (cotton, silk, woollen) and Polyvastra

Whom to contact?

Nodal Officer : General Manager (Admn.),
Email : rsamb@rajasthan.gov.in
Address : Rajasthan State Agricultural Marketing Board,
Pant Krishi Bhawan, Janpath, Jaipur
Pin : 302005 (Rajasthan)
Phone : 0141 – 2227336

Financial Support to MSMEs in ZED Certification Scheme

The objectives of the scheme include inculcating Zero Defect & Zero Effect practices in manufacturing processes, ensure continuous improvement and supporting the Make in India initiative.

The ZED Certification scheme is an extensive drive to create proper awareness in MSMEs about ZED manufacturing and motivate them for assessment of their enterprise for ZED and support them. After ZED assessment, MSMEs can reduce wastages substantially, increase productivity, expand their market as IOPs, become vendors to CPSUs, have more IPRs, develop new products and processes etc.
The scheme envisages promotion of Zero Defect and Zero Effect (ZED) manufacturing amongst MSMEs and ZED Assessment for their certification so as to:
Develop an Ecosystem for Zero Defect Manufacturing in MSMEs.
Promote adaptation of Quality tools/systems and Energy Efficient manufacturing.
Enable MSMEs for manufacturing of quality products.
Encourage MSMEs to constantly upgrade their quality standards in products and processes.

Drive manufacturing with adoption of Zero Defect production processes and without impacting the environment.

Support ‘Make in India’ campaign.
Develop professionals in the area of ZED manufacturing and certification.

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Who can apply?

All manufacturing Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (MSME) having Udyog Adhar Memorandum can apply.

How to apply?

The ZED Certification Scheme is a 4 steps process:
Step 1 : Register free on the online portal of ZED (www.zed.org.in)

Step 2 : Online self-assessment on the ZED parameters followed by Desktop Assessment.

Step 3 : Site-assessment, if selected on the basis of Desktop Assessment.

Step 4 : Consultancy: Rated MSMEs will have the option to avail the service of an authorized ZED consultant for gap-analysis and handholding.

Nature of assistance

Assessment & Rating/Re-rating/Gap analysis/Hand holding

The subsidy provided by the Government of India for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises will be 80%, 60% and 50% respectively. There shall be an additional subsidy of 5% for MSMEs owned SC/ST/women and MSMEs located in NER and J&K for assessment & rating/re-rating/gap analysis/hand holding:

a) Assessment/Rating by empanelled Credit Rating Agencies/other Agencies valid for 4 years (Ministry of MSME will subsidize* 80% of Micro, 60% of Small, 50% of Medium Enterprises’ Certification Fee: average 70% of Fee) (Assessment Fee Rs. 10,000/-& Rs 80,000/- per enterprise respectively for Desktop Assessment and ZED rating Complete Assessment).

b) Additional rating for Defence angle i.e. Defence ZED by empanelled Credit Rating Agencies/other Agencies valid for 4 years (Ministry of MSME will subsidize* 80% of Micro, 60% of Small, 50% of Medium Enterprises’ Certification Fee: average 70% of Fee) (Assessment Fee Rs. 40,000/- per enterprise.)

c) Gap Analysis, Handholding, Consultancy for improving rating of MSMEs by Consultants through QCI/NPC, Field formations of O/o DC-MSME viz. MSME-DI, MSME-TC including its autonomous bodies, BEE etc. (Ministry of MSME will subsidize* 80% of Micro, 60% of Small, 50% of Medium Enterprises’ Consultancy charges: average 70% of Fee) (Hand holding charges Rs. 1.9 Lakh per enterprise whereas in case of MSMEs owned by SC/ST entrepreneurs additional support of Rs 10,000/- will be provided.)

d) Re-Assessment/Re-Rating by Credit Rating Agencies & Other Agencies (Ministry of MSME will subsidize* 80% of Micro, 60% of Small, 50% of Medium Enterprises’ Certification Fee: average 70% of Fee) (Assessment Fee Rs. 40000/- per enterprise.).

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International Cooperation Scheme

The scheme covers the following activities:

i. Participation (as exhibitors) of MSME delegations of industry associations and government organisations, involved in promotion of MSMEs, in international exhibitions, trade fairs and buyer-seller meets in foreign countries for exploring potential markets for exports, seeking joint ventures, awareness about latest technologies, etc. (Physical & Virtual)

ii. Organising international conferences/summits/workshops/seminars in India on themes relevant to MSMEs by the Industry Associations and Government organizations. (Physical & Virtual)

iii. OrganisingMega international exhibitions/fairs/buyer-seller meets, conferences/summits/ workshops/ seminars in abroad by Ministry of MSME, its organizations solely or in partnership with industry associations for promotion of MSME sector. (Physical & Virtual)

iv. Participation of Ministry led Industrial delegations to International Exhibitions/Fairs/Conferences in foreign countries.

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Who can apply?

Government Institutions and Registered Industry Associations
associated with promotion and development of MSME sector.

How to apply?

Applications for financial assistance are invited on IC scheme portal i.e.
https://ic.msme.gov.in

Nature of assistance

IC Scheme provides financial assistance on reimbursement basis for airfare, space rent, freight charges, advertisement & publicity charges and entry/registration fee on reimbursement basis.

Whom to contact?

Nodal Officer : General Manager (Admn.),
Email : rsamb@rajasthan.gov.in
Address : Rajasthan State Agricultural Marketing Board,
Pant Krishi Bhawan, Janpath, Jaipur
Pin : 302005 (Rajasthan)
Phone : 0141 – 2227336