MSME Course in Computer Skills
MSME Development Institute is planning to conduct three – week skill development programme on ‘Basic course in computer skills’ from 15th November, 2011 at Balanagar.
MSME course fee is 2,000 and candidates, aged above 18 years are eligible for MSME admissions, said a press release.
For further details contact,
Phone No : 99662 94645 / 98480 94064.
Skill Development Programme on Gold Appraiser
The MSME Development Institute is organising a 10 – day skill development programme on gold appraiser from September 25, 2011.
For details Contact,
Deputy Director ( Met ),
MSME Development Institute,
65 / 1, GST Road,
Phone No : 22500765, 22501011, 9444555549.
Skill Development Programme
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Institute, Ministry of MSME, will conduct a six – week entrepreneurship skill development programme on garment manufacturing for women. It will be held from September 15, 2011 at Thayur in Nanjangud taluk. The programme will include theory and practical classes on the latest techniques.
For details Contact,
MSME – DI.
Phone No : 9886479501 or 8088988940.
Entrepreneurship Training Certificates
The district industries centre along with the Micro, Medium and Small Enterprises Centre ( MSME ) conducted a felicitation programme for candidates who had undergone entrepreneurship development programme here on September 6, 2011.
Distributing the certificates, Collector T.Munusamy pointed out to the scores of applications seeking employment received by the office of the Collector. Technical training and skill enhancement will provide the edge for the youth in securing employment or setting up entrepreneurial ventures. Self-employment will also help generate employment opportunities. Despite Nagapattinam being a backward district bereft of any industries, the district provides enough scope for setting up new industries. The district industries centre would extend support to entrepreneurs by offering consultancy, including project proposals, and credit linkages with banks, Mr.Munusamy said.
To provide the necessary thrust to the MSME sector, government provides a maximum loan of 5lakh for manufacturing ventures, 1lakh for setting up petty stores through nationalized banks without collaterals, the Collector said. Entrepreneurs falling under the general category should deposit 10 per cent of the margin amount with banks, while the limit has been fixed at five per cent for other categories including women, adi dravidars, transgender, differently abled, minorities, backward and most backward classes, tribal and scheduled castes.
Sixty persons were cleared for bank loans during the previous year for start-up ventures as against the target of 100 people. Training is being imparted for manufacturing paper cups, screen printing, agro – based products, simple chemicals and food products.
The occasion also witnessed distribution of assistance under prime minister’s employment generation Programme and self employment generation programme for educated unemployed youth among others.