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Funds utilization under PMEGP and KVIC in West Bengal



Funds utilization under PMEGP and KVIC in West Bengal 

Margin Money allocations and targets for units to be set up under PMEGP are allocated to the states based on their percentage of population, backwardness of districts and its past performance and the funds allocated for the Scheme under the annual Budget.  There has been some decline in the allocation for west Bengal after 2013-14 due to reduction in allocation under the annual Budget for the PMEGP Scheme. Year-wise allocation and utilization under PMEGP for West Bengal is given below; as the performance of the state is good, additional funds are provided to West Bengal every year more than the targeted allocation.


Year
Allocation
Utilization
2010-11
5343.17
6719.06
2011-12
5309.67
5581.67
2012-13
7326.38
7382.49
2013-14
4627.57
5596.72
2014-15
4396.32
6010.11
2015-16
(upto 30.11.15))
3188.00
3104.05












District-wise allocation of funds and utilization made under PMEGP in last five years in West Bengal is:

No.
State/Div/UT
2013-14
2014-15
1
Bankura
235.88
549.37
2
Birbhum
156.06
311.74
3
Burdwan
470.06
294.17
4
Coochbehar
101.46
206.97
5
Hooghly
94.95
173.21
6
Howrah
299.63
130.50
7
Jalpaiguri
76.63
301.72
8
Malda
242.77
279.22
9
Midnapur(East)
262.91
363.34
10
Midnapur(West)
555.18
243.26
11
Nadia
244.14
336.83
12
Murshidabad
238.25
570.35
13
24-Pgs(North)
428.08
627.72
14
24-Pgs(South)
817.57
533.99
15
Purulia
470.16
171.92
16
South Dinajpur
185.10
426.05
17
North Dinajpur
380.94
262.86
18
Darjeeling
246.61
179.76
19
Kolkata
90.34
47.13
Total
5596.72
6010.11

The state-wise list of PMEGP beneficiaries is very exhaustive and the same is maintained at the State level. The state-wise number of PMEGP beneficiaries is:

No.
State/Div/UT
2013-14
2014-15
1
Jammu & Kashmir
1855
1565
2
Himachal Pradesh
1112
1244
3
Punjab
979
1153
4
Chandigarh
55
36
5
Uttarakhand
1236
1333
6
Haryana
935
1175
7
Delhi
142
198
8
Rajasthan
1280
1976
9
Uttar Pradesh
4354
4891
10
Bihar
3121
1639
11
Sikkim
66
16
12
Arunachal Pradesh
657
652
13
Nagaland
421
416
14
Manipur
733
747
15
Mizoram
777
817
16
Tripura
1307
787
17
Meghalaya
397
555
18
Assam
8255
5015
19
West Bengal
3216
3397
20
Jharkhand
2612
1699
21
Odisha
2146
2013
22
Chhattisgarh
921
847
23
Madhya Pradesh
2462
2737
24
Gujarat*
914
1289
25
Maharashtra**
2186
3469
26
And. Pradesh
1453
937
27
Telangana
0
604
28
Karnataka
2778
2431
29
Goa
79
78
30
Lakshadweep
4
31
31
Kerala
1505
1344
32
Tamil Nadu
2268
2858
33
Puducherry
43
58
34
A & N Islands
224
161
Total
50493
48168
* includes UT of Daman&Diu.  **includes Dadra Nagar Haveli

This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.

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Promotion of KVIC Industries 

State-wise Khadi Institutions registered with Khadi and Village Industry Commission (KVIC) & Khadi and Village Industry Boards (KVIBs) and Prime  Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) units financed in the country during 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16 are provided in is:

Number of working Khadi Institutions
Sl. No.

2014-15
2015-16 (P)
up to 30.11.2015
1
Jammu & Kashmir
88
89
2
Himachal Pradesh
16
16
3
Punjab
27
29
4
UT Chandigarh
0
0
5
Haryana
97
98
6
Delhi
11
11
7
Rajasthan 
136
136
8
Uttarakhand
52
59
9
Uttar Pradesh     
602
634
10
Chhattisgarh
22
22
11
Madhya Pradesh
27
27
12
Sikkim
1
1
13
Arunachal Pradesh
2
2
14
Nagaland
2
2
15
Manipur
13
13
16
Mizoram
1
1
17
Tripura
1
1
18
Meghalaya
2
2
19
Assam
24
24
20
Bihar
92
95
21
West Bengal
319
339
22
Jharkhand
20
21
23
Odisha
72
85
24
Andaman & Nicobar
1
1
24
Gujarat
168
172
25
Maharashtra
33
34
26
Goa
0
0
27
Andhra Pradesh
78
83
28
Telangana
10
10
29
Karnataka
191
191
30
Kerala
39
39
31
Lakshadweep
1
1
31
Tamil Nadu
74
74
32
Pondicherry
1
1

Grand Total
2223
2313



90 new KI listed in 2015-16 up to 30.11.2015

PMEGP units financed
Sl. No.
State/Div/UT
2014-15
2015-16 (up to 20.11.2015)
1
Jammu & Kashmir
1565
1163
2
Himachal Pradesh
1244
183
3
Punjab
1153
388
4
Chandigarh
36
16
5
Uttarakhand
1333
329
6
Haryana
1175
595
7
Delhi
198
105
8
Rajasthan
1976
601
9
Uttar Pradesh
4891
2362
10
Bihar
1639
1269
11
Sikkim
16
2
12
Arunachal Pradesh
652
26
13
Nagaland
416
234
14
Manipur
747
333
15
Mizoram
817
194
16
Tripura
787
348
17
Meghalaya
555
222
18
Assam
5015
3480
19
West Bengal
3397
1694
20
Jharkhand
1699
1218
21
Odisha
2013
1628
22
Chhattisgarh
847
450
23
Madhya Pradesh
2737
544
24
Gujarat
1289
782
25
Maharashtra
3469
1342
26
Andhra Pradesh
937
465
27
Telangana
604
389
28
Karnataka
2431
1399
29
Goa
78
0
30
Lakshadweep
31
0
31
Kerala
1344
726
32
Tamil Nadu
2858
1206
33
Puducherry
58
19
34
A & N Islands
161
61

TOTAL
48168
23773


The societies/co-operatives of artisans are exhorted to take up khadi activities.  Such societies are extended support after assessing their capacity to organize khadi production and sales activities.  During 2015-16 (up to 30.11.2015), 90 additional Khadi institutions were supported for implementing Khadi activities.           

           Under PMEGP scheme, for the year 2015-16, it is targeted to set up 52875 units to provide employment opportunities to 4.23 lakh persons by utilizing Margin Money for an amount of Rs.1019.00 crore. Against the same as on 20.11.2015, 23773 units have been set up. 1,74,039 persons have been provided employment and Rs.  538.95 crore margin money has been provided.

KVIC is extending support to KVI institutions and units through implementation of the following Central Sector schemes:

                   i) Market Development Assistance (MDA) to Khadi and Polyvastra producing institutions at the rate of 20% of their actual production against sanctioned production target. Out of the MDA assistance, 25% is earmarked for payment to spinners and weavers as additional incentive/bonus through their Bank or Post Office accounts.

                 ii) Under Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certificate (ISEC) scheme, Khadi and Polyvastra producing institutions can avail finance from the Banks by paying interest @4% per annum. The difference between the actual lending rate of interest of the Banks and 4% paid by the institution is subsidized by Government of India.


               iii) Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) is implemented to make the traditional industries clusters more productive and competitive facilitating their sustainable development.  

               iv) Khadi Reform and Development Programme (KRDP) aims at realizing fully the significant growth potential of KVI Sector in terms of employment generation enhance earnings of artisans and also ensure positioning of Khadi in consonance with current market needs.


                 v) Support is also extended to weak Khadi Institutions under Strengthening Infrastructure of Weak Khadi Institutions to attain normalcy. The Khadi institutions are provided assistance towards renovation/modernization of their outlets under Assistance for Marketing Infrastructure

               vi) KVIC has set up interfaces with leading technological institutes to conduct research work under S&T programme of KVIC for development of tools, implements and processes involved in production.


Ø  Publicity is being made through print and electronic media about PMEGP scheme for encouraging Rural and Urban unemployed youth to set up micro enterprises providing employment opportunity to local populace.

Ø  Awareness camps at District level and State level are being organized in order to propagate the PMEGP scheme.


Ø  New units were provided facilities for online filing of Entrepreneurship Memorandum application for registration of industrial land application for credit, pollution clearance etc. Project profiles and success stories of PMEGP scheme are placed on PMEGP website.

Ø  KVIC is undertaking Entrepreneurship cum Skill Development Programme (ESDP) throughout the country and is preparing them to set up enterprises under PMEGP.

This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.

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Promoting competition among MSMEs 

The Ministry of MSME has launched the National Manufacturing Competiveness Programme (NMCP) to develop global competitiveness among Indian MSMEs by providing financial assistance to MSMEs through the various schemes. The objective of these schemes is enhancement of competitiveness and Upgradation of technologies in MSME sector. The details of these schemes under NMCP are given below:

(i)         Lean Manufacturing Competitiveness Scheme for MSMEs;  
(ii)        Technology and Quality Up gradation Support to MSMEs;
(iii)       Design Clinics scheme for MSMEs;
(iv)       Enabling Manufacturing Sector to be Competitive through Quality Management Standards (QMS) and Quality Technology Tools (QTT);
(v)        Marketing Assistance and Technology Up gradation Scheme for MSMEs;
(vi)       National campaign for building awareness on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR);

The details of Funds allocated/ spent during the last three years and this year is:

 (Amount in crores)

Sl. No.
Name of the Scheme

2014-15
2015-16 (as on date)
BE/ funds allocated
Exp.
BE/  funds allocated
Exp.
(i)
15.00
14.64
12.00
0.2665
(ii)
20.50
0.32
20.00
10.43
(iii)
Design Clinic Scheme
14.00
9.06
10.00
0.00
(iv)
10.00
1.43
6.00
0.86
(v)
5.00
1.12
5.00
0.63
(vi)
3.00
0.83
3.00
1.52






















All the above schemes under NMCP are demand driven and, hence, no prior targets are fixed.

This information was given by the Minister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.

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