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Annexure II



          Both Govt. of India as well as Govt. of Himachal Pradesh had given number of incentives/facilities for developing micro & small scale enterprises in the state which Central government incentives have since expired, the Central Freight Subsidy Scheme is however still operational in the State.


  1. I.             National  Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme(NMCP)

The National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme is the nodal programme of Government of India to develop global Competitiveness among Indian MSMEs, conceptualized by the National Manufacturing Council; the programme was initiated in 2007-08. There are ten components under the NMCP targeted at enhancing the entire value chain of the MSME sector, These are.


a)   Building Awareness on Intellectual Property Rights for the MSMEs: This scheme has been launched to enable Indian MSMEs to attain global leadership position and to empower them in using effectively the tools of IPR of innovative projects.

b)   Enabling Manufacturing Sector is competitive through Quality Management Standards (QMS) and Quality Technology Tools (QTT): The scheme is aimed at improving the quality of the products in the MSE sector and inculcates the quality consciousness in this sector.

c)    Marketing Assistance/support of MSEs (Bar Code): The objective of the scheme is to popularize the Bar Code registration and motivate the small and Micro-Manufacturing Enterprises to adopt Bar Code Certification on large scale.

d)   Lean Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme for MSMEs: Under this programme MSMEs will be assisted in reducing their manufacturing costs, through proper personnel management, better space utilization scientific inventory management, improved process flow, reduced engineering time and so on.

e)    Promotion of Information & Communication Technology (IT) in Indian MSME Sector; The programme envisages that some of those clusters of MSEs, which have quality production and export potential, shall be identified & encouraged and assisted in adopting ICT applications to achieve  competitiveness in the national and International market,

f)     Design Clinic Scheme for MSMs: The main objective of the scheme is to bring the MSMEj sector and design expertise into a common platform and to provide expert advice and solutions on real time design problems, resulting in continuous improvement and value-addition for existing products.

g)    Marketing Assistance and Technology Upgradation Scheme for MSMEs: The objective of this scheme is to identify and encourage those clusters of MSMEs, which have quality production and export potential and assist them to achieve competitiveness in national and international markets by improving their techniques and technology for promotion of exports.

h)   Technology and Quality Up gradation Support to MSMEs: The Objective of the scheme is to sensitize the manufacturing MSME sector in India to upgrade their technologies, usage of energy efficient technologies to reduce emission of Green House Gases, House Gases, adoption of other technologies mandated as per the Global Standards.


  1. II.           Other Incentives/Schemes offered by Central Govt.

          The Central Govt. is offering the following incentives/Schemes to SMEs units in Himachal Pradesh:-

1.       Central transport subsidy @ 75% on transportation cost of raw material and finished good from nearest recognized railway head to factory site and vice versa. This subsidy is available for a period of 5 years from the commencement of production. The HP. State Industrial development Corporation Ltd. has been designated as Nodal agency for channelizing funds to the state under the scheme.

2.       MSMEs registered with ‘NSIC for participation in Govt. Store Purchase Programme are entitled for exemption from payment of earnest money, security deposits and fee for tender documents.

3.       Registered MSEs get 15% price preference in Central Government purchases made through DGS&D.

4.       National Small Industries Corporation provides machinery on hire purchase basis to new as well as existing units.


5.       Capital Subsidy under the Credit Linked Capital Subsidy scheme for Technology Up gradation has been raised from 12% to 15% w.e.f. 29.09.2005 and the maximum limit of eligible loan for calculation of subsidy under the revised scheme has also been raised from  40 Lakhs to  100 Lakh.

6.       The Credit  facility limit  eligible to be covered under the Credit Guarantee  Fund Scheme for Micro and Small Enterprises in terms of both term loan and working capital is up to  100 Lakh per borrowing unit, extended without  any collateral  security or third party guarantee to new as well as existing Micro and Small Enterprises. The guarantee cover under the scheme is to the extent of 75% of the sanctioned amount of the credit facility. The extent of guarantee cover is 80% for i) micro enterprises (for loans up to 5 Lakh)  ii)  MSEs operated and/or owned by women iii)  and all loans in the north east region.

7.       Under the ISO 9000/14001 Certification Reimbursement Scheme, there is a provision for reimbursement of expenses for acquiring ISO- 9000(QMS), ISO -14001 (EMS) certification to the extent of 75% or  75000/- whichever is less.

8.       In order to increase the marketing competiveness O/o the Development Commissioner (MSME), Ministry of MSME, provides the financial assistance for reimbursement of 75 % of one time registration fee and 75% of annual recurring fee for first three years paid by MSEs to GSI India for using of bar coding. The work of reimbursement has been transferred to field offices i.e. MSME-DIs w.e.f 1st April, 2009.

9.       Under the MSME-MDA scheme registered MSEs are entitled to get 50% subsidy for booking of stall (100% for ST/SC and women entrepreneur& entrepreneurs of NE region) and 75 % of air fare charges to and fro (100% for ST/SC and women entrepreneur & entrepreneurs of NE region) is reimbursed to the participated units for the participation in the overseas fairs/trade.

10.     To strengthen the role and increase the efficiency of the associations of Micro and Small Enterprises, financial assistance for the Secretarial and Advisory/extension services related to selected associations may be provided up to a maximum of  5 Lakh, depending upon the size and reach of the association.. For organizing Seminars/Symposium/Workshops, maximum of  2 Lakh would be provided to National Level MSE Associations and  1 Lakh to Regional/State/Local Level MSE associations

11.     Financing pattern under the Integrated Infrastructure Development Center (IIDC) between the Government of India and SIDBI has been changed from 2:3 to 4:1, and GOI fund will be in the nature of grant.

12.     The central assistance of  10 Crores per centre admissible under the Growth Centre Scheme has been raised to  15 Crore per centre.

13.     Assistance up to 90% or  9 Crores whichever is less is provided by the Government of India for setting up new Mini Tool Rooms. For up gradation of existing Tool Rooms, assistance is 75% or  7.5 crores.

Project Profile

Aluminium fabricated items like doors, windows, staircase, hand rails and supports, railings for verandas, corridors etc. Aluminium fabricated items like doors, windows, staircase, hand rails and supports, railings for verandas, corridors etc.

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State Profile

Himachal Pradesh is the land of lush green fields and vibrant entrepreneurial culture. It is one of the fastest growing States of the country.

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Source: Official Website of MSME, Last Updated on 06 - 10 - 2020

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