Saturday , 19 October 2019

India Signs MoU with South Africa for Developing Youth Enterprises

India Signs MoU with South Africa for Developing Youth Enterprises

NSIC a public sector enterprise under the Ministry of MSME, Government of India signed an MoU of Cooperation with Black Business Council (BBC) of South Africa for developing youth owned enterprises in South Africa in the presence of Shri Kalraj Mishra, Minister of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises in South Africa today. The MoU, besides cooperation in MSME sector, also focuses on BBC’s efforts to economically empower the marginalized group in South Africa through NSIC’s Rapid Incubation Programme. BBC plans to establish five such Rapid Incubation Centres in South Africa in cooperation with NSIC. On the occasion Shri Kalraj Mishra ...

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Inaugurating Nyarutarama Vocational Training & Incubation Centre in Kigali

Hon'ble Minister inaugurating Nyarutarama Vocational Training & Incubation Centre in Kigali setup by NSIC

Shri Kalraj Mishra Union Minister for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises inaugurated a Vocational Training & Incubation Centre at Kigali, Rawanda here today. Congratulating people of Rawanda on the occasion, Shri Mishra said that India is happy to share its experience with Rwanda in developing skills, technology and products for the development of small and medium enterprises. He said that the Incubator envisage transformation of an unemployed youth into budding entrepreneur in just few months’ time. This Incubator shall also provide an opportunity for first generation entrepreneurs to acquire skill on basic technical trades and gain exposure in all areas ...

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Chaired a meeting with MSME & Samsung Officials

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Shri Kalraj Mishra, Union Minister for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) chaired a meeting with the Mr. Hyun Chil Hong, President & CEO, Samsung South West Asia at Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi on 14.01.2015 to discuss about ongoing joint program at MSME-Samsung Technical School across the country. Shri Madhav Lal, Secretary, MSME, Mr. Hyun Woo Bang, Senior Vice President, Samsung South West Asia, Mr. SD Do, Head Customer Satisfaction, Mr. Deepak Bhardwaj, Vice President, Samsung South West Asia and other senior officers of the Ministry were also present on the occasion. MSME-Samsung Technical School has been set up following ...

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Immense Opportunities for MSMEs

Kalraj Mishra addressing at the Inauguration of the Symposium on “Growth and Prospects of MSME Sector in Emerging Scenario”, in New Delhi

The emerging economic scenario in the country has thrown upon vast opportunities of development and diversification for the units in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Sector. This was stated by Shri Kalraj Mishra, the Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises while inaugurating the 2-days’ Symposium on “Growth and Prospects of MSME Sector in Emerging Scenario” being organised by the National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD) in collaboration with (CII) here today. The Minister said that the Sector owing to its inherent characteristics and innate strengths will play a much larger role in the revival ...

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Inauguration of IITF

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Honorable President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherji, Honorable Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitaraman, Shri Najeeb Jung Lt. Governor Delhi, Mrs. Elizabeth Industry Minister South Africa, Shri Soonthom Minister from Thailand, Chairperson ITPO, Secretary Commerce and other Dignitaries. It gives me immense pleasure to be present in the International Exhibition organised by ITPO wherein my Ministry of MSME is also participating through our agencies. Currently, MSME Sector provides largest share of employment after agriculture. The sector forms the back bone of the Indian economy and contributes 8% in India’s Gross Domestic Product. The MSME sector has helped generate jobs and opportunities for ...

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Government working towards ensuring easier credit flow for MSME sector

Kalraj Mishra

With a view to ensure an easy credit flow for the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector, the Government is working towards removal of problems arising out of its credit guarantee trust fund, Union MSME Minister, Mr Kalraj Mishra said at an ASSOCHAM event held in New Delhi today. MSMEs Ministry is willing to take responsibility and we have urged various other state governments for credit guarantee trust fund and we are collecting the funds to ensure that banks do not hackle entrepreneurs and instead take up the issue directly with the Ministry , said Mr Mishra while inaugurating ...

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सुदर्शन स्मृति संग्रहालय

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केंद्रीय मंत्री एवं वरिष्ठ भाजपा नेता कलराज मिश्र ने कहा कि वैकुंठवासी स्वामी सुदर्शनाचार्य महान देवत्व के धनी थे। जिनको मानने वाले करोड़ों की संख्या में मौजूद हैं। उनके काम को स्वामी पुरुषोत्तमाचार्य बेहतर तरीके से आगे बढ़ा रहे हैं। मिश्र यहां श्री सिद्धदाता आश्रम श्री लक्ष्मीनारायण दिव्यधाम में वैकुंठवासी स्वामी की याद में निर्मित सुदर्शन स्मृति संग्रहालय का लोकार्पण करने के मौके पर संबोधित कर रहे थे। कार्यक्रम के मुख्य अतिथि केंद्रीय मंत्री कलराज मिश्र ने सुदर्शन स्मृति का लोकार्पण करने से पहले वैकुंठवासी स्वामी सुदर्शनाचार्य महाराज की समाधि स्थल पर भी नमन किया। इस संग्रहायलय में स्वामी द्वारा ...

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Met Shri Jean-Louis Billon, the Minister of Cote d’Ivoire

Jean-Louis Billon, the Minister for Trade, Handicrafts & SMEs of Cote d’Ivoire [CI]

Sri Kalraj Mishra, Minister (MSME) Govt. of India met Shri Jean-Louis Billon, the Minister for Trade, Handicrafts & SMEs of Cote d’Ivoire [CI] and congratulated him for the successful implementation and monitoring of government policy on Commerce, Handicrafts and promotion of SMEs in line with the Foreign Policy of Cote d’Ivoire which is focused primarily on economic diplomacy after the 2010-11 post electoral situation in the country. Shri Mishra wished all success for the promotion and development of SMEs in Cote d’Ivoire (CI) and particularly for the introduction of “Phoenix Programme” and also complimented the Government of CI for their ...

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Mechanism for Selection and Appointment of Judges

Ancient India had a fairly well-developed system of administration of justice. The king was considered as the fountain of justice. In the discharge of his function, he was assisted by the Brahmins. Who were proficient in dharmshatras. For appointment of judges, Caste consideration was a dominant factor. Brahmins were preferred for judicial appointment. As regards qualification, it was clearly laid down that the person should be proficient in the text; should be master of vedas and smritis and follow the path of Dharma. Women were not allowed to hold judicial office. Judge’s tenure depended entirely on the pleasure of the ...

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Decade after Economic Liberalisation

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India liberalized its economy in 1991, opting for globalisation. Today, millions of people still go hungry in this country despite high growth in the economy. Inflation has added to their woes. Development that does not benefit the masses is meaningless. India adopted the policy of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation in 1991 to ensure economic growth. India is now seen as the second fastest growing economy of the world and its rate of growth is expected to hit double digist in the near future. Among the notable features of the economy in 2010-11 were exports touching $245 billion in compassion to ...

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