In last five years as many as 973 MSME units in the state of Odisha have been given incentives of Rs 80.50 crore and they generated employment to nearly 22,200 persons in the state. Odisha Chief Minister Navin Patnaik has said the state has been recognised as a "leader" by the Centre for facilitating reforms on doing business. He said the state government is committed to provide a conducive atmosphere to the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME).
He said this while launching the online Administration of Incentive for MSME (AIM). MSME entrepreneurs will now be able to apply for various incentives online and avail the benefits within a defined timeframe, he said.
In a bid to facilitate boost to the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the state of Rajasthan, the state government has declared the year as MSME year starting from September 2017-2018. For the initial phase of the year-long focus on the MSME, the government is launching a 15 day drive to look into the concerns of the sector.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje announced of the latest development recently during an inaugural event for the MSME industries.
The government announced that in the year long period, it intends to focus on making of an export promotion bureau to look at the concerns of the exporters in the state of Rajasthan.