|Any individual / partnership firm / Public or Private Ltd. Companies desirous of promoting MSEs (Manufacturing sector) with investment in Plant & Machinery not exceeding Rs. 5 crore and Medium Enterprises with investment in plant & Machinery is above Rs. 5 Crore and upto Rs. 10 crores.|
|Extent of Finance|
|Need based (both fund based and non-fund based)|
|Working Capital/ Medium Term Loan
a) No margin up to Rs.25000/-
b) Credit limit over Rs.25000/-
|Flexible approach:15% – 25% depending on the merits of each case|
i) Assets created out of Bank finance
|As per prevailing rates from time to time|
|CGTMSE was set up jointly GOI and SIDBI
The scheme is extended to all New and Existing units of Micro and Small Enterprises
The scheme is available both under Manufacturing Sector and Service Sector
Eligible loan limit is up to Rs. 50.00 lakhs
No collaterals including the third party guarantee
The Maximum guarantee cover on any loan is 75% of the loan amount. The loans to
Micro enterprises up to Rs.5.00 lacs and loans to MSE operated by women entrepreneurs
are covered up to 80% of the loan
One Time upfront guarantee fee and Annual Service fee at specified rate on the credit facility has to be paid to the Trust before 31st of May every year
The entrepreneur is required to furnish information in the application form for availing assistance for agro industrial project, agri infrastructure project and center for excellence. He is required to prepare the detailed project report and get it appraised by the financial institution providing term loan for the proposed project. The interest subsidy shall be granted towards interest on term loan from nationalised banks and financial institutions recognised by Reserve Bank of India. In case the term loan is granted by a co-operative bank, the entrepreneur is required to get the project appraised by GITCO or such organisation nominated by GAIC. The cost of the appraisal shall be borne by the entrepreneur.
The entrepreneur shall get back ended interest subsidy after the project has commenced the commercial production. The certificate from the bank/ financial institution is required to be submitted before disbursement of subsidy can take place. The interest subsidy payable to the entrepreneur will be sent directly to the bank / financial institution.
As per GR 2006 of MSMED.
Section 8 of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 provides for filing of memorandum by a Micro, Small or Medium Enterprise. Sub-section (2) of section 8 stipulates that the form of the Memorandum, the procedure of its filing and other matters incidental thereto shall be such as notified by the Central Government.
We are providing consulting service for Small Scale Industry Unit for Manufacturer and Exporter.
As per Government GR 2006 all Small Scale Industries has to re-register as SSI UNIT. Here those who has registered before 2006 has to re-register themselves in SSI Unit.
Get benefits in Government Subsidy, Support, etc.
Small Scale Industry Registration is most important for those who are manufacturers or Exporters to avail Government Benefits for their SSI Unit.
Benefits of Registering
The registration scheme has no statutory basis. Units would normally get registered to avail some benefits, incentives or support given either by the Central or State Govt. The regime of incentives offered by the Centre generally contains the following:
– Credit prescription (Priority sector lending), differential rates of interest etc.
– Excise Exemption Scheme
– Exemption under Direct Tax Laws.
– Statutory support such as reservation and the Interest on Delayed Payments Act.
(It is to be noted that the Banking Laws, Excise Law and the Direct Taxes Law have incorporated the word SSI in their exemption notifications. Though in many cases they may define it differently. However, generally the registration certificate issued by the registering authority is seen as proof of being SSI).
States/UTs have their own package of facilities and incentives for small scale. They relate to development of industrial estates, tax subsidies, power tariff subsidies, capital investment subsidies and other support. Both the Centre and the State, whether under law or otherwise, target their incentives and support packages generally to units registered with them.