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Title: Phases of Entrepreneurship Development


1
WELCOME
2
PresentationDirector General, ni-msme
3
Genesis
  • Started as Central Industrial Extension Training
    Institute in New Delhi in 1960 on the
    recommendation of Working Group for III five year
    plan
  • Shifted to Hyderabad in 1962 as a Government of
    India Society under the name Small Industry
    Extension Training (SIET) Institute
  • Attainment of National Status in 1984 and renamed
    as National Institute of Small Industry Extension
    Training (nisiet)
  • Emerged as a distinct institution for promotion
    of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)
  • Renamed as National Institute for Micro, Small
    Medium Enterprises (ni-msme) with
    enactment of MSMED Act,2006

4
Vision
  • To become a global centre of excellence for
    creation, sustenance and growth of MSMEs

5
Core Activities
  • Training
  • Research
  • Consultancy
  • Information
  • Education
  • Extension

6
Core Competency
  • Enabling enterprise creation
  • Capacity building for enterprise growth and
    sustainability
  • Enhancing competitiveness under globalisation
  • Creation, development and dissemination of
    enterprise knowledge
  • Diagnostic and development studies for policy
    formulation
  • Evaluation and impact studies for enterprise
    promotion
  • Empowering the underprivileged through
    enterprises

7
Functional Spectrum
Programmes
  • National announced and sponsored
  • International announced and sponsored
  • P.G. diploma programmes
  • Customized colloborative programmes
  • Management development programmes
  • IT programmes

Strategies
  • Cluster development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Micro finance
  • Business development services
  • Sub-Sector development

Training, Education, Extension
Information , IT Services
Surveys, Evaluation, Research Studies
MSME Promotion Development
Consultancy, Counselling, Mentoring B2B
Conventions
Publications Documentation
8
Schools of Excellence
  • School of Enterprise Development (SED)
  • C-IPD Centre for Industrial Planning and
    Development
  • C-PR Centre for Policy Research
  • NRCD National Resource Centre for
    Cluster Development
  • EISC Economic Investigation and Statistical Cell
  • n-Cube ni-msme NGO - Network
  • School of Enterprise Management (SEM)
  • C-PAMP Centre for Promotion of Advanced
    Management Practices
  • C-ICFS Centre for Industrial Credit and
    Financial Services
  • C-IPR Centre for Intellectual Property Rights
  • C-LAIMS Centre for Logistics and Integrated
    Materials Systems
  • C-ECO Centre for Environment Concerns

9
Schools of Excellence
  • School of Entrepreneurship Extension (SEE)
  • C-EIE Centre for Entrepreneurship and Industrial
    Extension
  • C-CC Centre for Consultancy and Counseling
  • WSC Womens Studies Cell
  • EAC Employee Assistance Cell
  • School of Enterprise Information Communication
    (SEIC)
  • C-CIT Centre for Communication and Information
    Technology
  • SENDOC Small Enterprises National Documentation
    Centre
  • LPC Live Projects Cell

10
Organisational Structure
The Society
Governing Council
Executive Committee
Director General
Directors Academic Schools
Chief Admin. Officer (Admin Accounts)
SEM
SEIC
SED
SEE
C-IPD
C-PAMP
EISC
C-EIE
WSC
C-CIT
LPC
C-PR
C-CIFS
N-Cube
EAC
C-CC
SENDOC
C-IPR
NRCD
C-LAIMS
C-ECO
11
Members of Governing Council
  • Union Minister of Micro, Small and Medium
    Enterprises Chairman
  • Secretary to the Govt. of India, Ministry of MSME
    Vice-Chairman
  • Additional Secretary and Development Commissioner
    (MSME), Ministry of MSME, GOI Member
  • Additional Secretary and Financial
    Adviser,Ministry of MSME, GOI Member
  • Joint Secretary, Ministry of MSME, GOI Member
  • Joint Secretary, Ministry of MSME, GOI Member
  • Chairman, Coir Board Member
  • Chairman Managing Director, SIDBI Member
  • Chief Executive Officer, Khadi Village
    Industries Commission
    (KVIC) Member

12
Members of Governing Council
10. Chairman-cum-Managing Director, National
Small Industries Corporation
(NSIC) Member 11. Director, Entrepreneurship
Development Institute,
Ahmedabad Member 12. Secretary, Industries
Department of the in the
Zone in which the Institute is
located Nominated Member 13. Representative (of
the rank Chief General
Manager or above) of a Commercial
Bank Nominated Member 14. Representative of one
National level Association
of micro, small and medium
enterprises Nominated Member 15 16.
Representatives of two State level
Associations of micro,
small and medium
enterprises Nominated Member
13
Members of Governing Council
17. Representative of one National level
Association
of micro and small women Entrepreneurs Nominated
Member 18. Representative of one prominent
academic or
training institution in the field of
management
education or entrepreneurship development
Nominated Member 19 20. Representative of two
active Micro Finance
Institutions of Self-Help Groups engaged in
promotion of
enterprises in the Zone Nominated Member 21.
Director General of the Institute Member-Secretary

14
Members of Executive Committee
  • Secretary to the Government of India,Ministry of
    MSME, GOI Chairman
  • Additional Secretary and DC (MSME),Ministry of
    MSME, GOI Vice-Chairman
  • Additional Secretary and Financial
    Adviser,Ministry of MSME, GOI Member
  • Joint Secretary to GOI, Ministry of MSME Member
  • Joint Secretary to GOI, Ministry of MSME Member
  • Representative of a State level Association of

    micro and small
    enterprises Nominated Member
  • Representative of an Association of

    micro and small women
    Entrepreneurs Nominated Member
  • Representative of an academic or training
    institution
    dealing with management
    or entrepreneurship development Nominated Member
  • Director General of the Institute
    Member-Secretary

15
Major Achievements
  • Pioneering study that led to First
    Entrepreneurship Model
  • First Sensitivity Training Laboratory- Ford
    Foundation
  • First International Programme on small industry
    in the country
  • Programme for Young Engineers for the first time
    in the country
  • Establishment of SENDOC A National Information
    Centre for SMEs
  • Partnership with UNIDO Industrial Estate
    Regional Development
  • Feasibility studies on modernisation of SSI
  • First Study on identification of Growth Centres

1960s 1970s
16
Major Achievements
  • Establishing a Branch Regional Centre at Guwahati
  • Assisting in policy implication for establishing
    District Industries Centers
  • Attainment of National status and renaming as
    National Institute of Small Industry Extension
    Training (nisiet)
  • Prepared Case Studies and Video Documentary on
    Science and Technology Entrepreneurs
  • Orientation on Small Industry Development for IAS
    Officers
  • The First Computerised Software Package Developed
    on Simulation Exercises for Small Industry
    Management (SIM SIM)

1970s 1980s
17
Major Achievements
  • UNESCO Chair on SSI Policy
  • Enterprises Development and Government
    Effectiveness (EDGE) Programme for Srilankan
    Administrative Officials
  • Refocusing Academic Centers in the place of
    departments
  • B2B transactions with developing countries
  • Counseling, Retraining and Redeployment
    programmes for rationalised employees of CPSUs
  • Little Angles Project sponsored by International
    Labour Organisation (ILO) on eradication of
    child labours
  • Establishment of a center on Cluster Development
    (NRCD)

1990s 2000s
18
Major Achievements
2000s
  • Enhancing faculty competencies through
    international training and studies
  • Started educational programmes
  • Organised National Conference Entrepreneurship
    in the New Millennium
  • Attained self-sufficiency 2001-02
  • Upgradation of Infrastructure services
  • Policy Research Studies on various aspects of
    SMEs
  • Entered into MoUs with International Agencies
  • All time high income of Rs.1022.76 lakh for the
    year 2006-07
  • Regrouping Centres Cells under concept of
    School
  • Renaming nisiet as ni-msme with effect from 11
    April 2007

19
Major Research and Consultancy Projects (2001-08)
  • Identification of Product/Resource-specific
    Business in Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and
    Tripura
  • Emergence of First Generation Women Entrepreneurs
    An Exploratory Study
  • Additional Income Opportunities to the Families
    of Child Labour An ILO Project
  • Study on Curriculum Models for Entrepreneurship
    Development under NEDB Scheme
  • Diagnostic study of Crochet Lace Cluster at
    Narsapur, Andhra Pradesh
  • Evaluation study of ongoing schemes of NBCFDC in
    Karnataka
  • Evaluation of Micro Credit Schemes and Education
    Loan Schemes in Andhra Pradesh

20
Major Research and Consultancy Projects (2001-08)
  • Achieving self-sufficiency through ni-msmes
    intervention for the societies of Girijan
    Cooperative Corporation Ltd., Andhra Pradesh
  • Design of Project Profiles for SMEs in Mauritius
    for Small and Medium Industries Development
    Organisation (SMIDO), Mauritius
  • Development of 20 clusters in the country
    sponsored by DC(MSME)
  • Micro Enterprise Mapping of Self-Help Groups in
    districts of Rajasthan State
  • Competency Mapping of Indian SMEs for Global
    Promotion under NEDB
  • Study on Impact of Government Incentives and
    Subsidies on the Industrial Development in Andhra
    Pradesh
  • Promotion of self-employment activities among the
    Tribal Youth
  • Preparation of Business Plan for Handicraft
    Clusters

  • Cont.

21
Major Research and Consultancy Projects (2001-08
  • Integrated Handloom Cluster Development
    Mubarakpur
  • Integrated Handloom Cluster Development
    Barabanki
  • Evaluation Study of Schemes of Handloom Sector
    Health Insurance Scheme
  • Evaluation Study of Schemes of Handloom Sector
    Integrated Handloom Training Project
  • Evaluation Study of Schemes of Handloom Sector
    10 Rebate Scheme
  • Study on Impact of Entrepreneurship Development
    Programmes
  • Evaluation of EDI Scheme of Ministry of MSME
  • Technical Services for Khadi and Village
    Industries Clusters
  • Technical Services for Coir Clusters

22
Hightlights2001-08
  • Attained self-sufficiency (2001-02)
  • Recognition of Employees Assistance Cell as
    Nodal Agency for
  • training and rehabilitation of
    rationalized employees of Central
  • Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs) (2002)
  • Providing Income Opportunities for the families
    of Child Labour in
  • select districts of Andhra Pradesh-ILO
    Project (2002-03)
  • . 460 outstation programmes conducted
    (2003-04)
  • Establishment of National Resource Centre for
    Cluster Development(2004)
  • Greater academic exposure by inviting experts
    (2005-06)
  • Several measures were initiated for sustenance of
    self-sufficiency

23
Hightlights2001-08
  • Change of name of the Institute (2006-07)
  • Special Training Programme (Skill Development in
    IT) for socially challenged(2006-07)
  • National Workshop on Cluster Development
    (2007-08)
  • Participation in International Small Business
    Congres (ISBC), Bangkok (2007)
  • Outreach for women India-Africa Forum Summit
    (2008)

24
Outlook for 11th Five-Year Plan
  • Attainment of Deemed University status/on lines
    of IIMs for MSMEs
  • Expanding services to international clientele
  • Establishment of National Resource Centre for
    Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs)
  • MSME development activities for global
    competitiveness
  • Strengthening of cluster approach
  • Promotion of skill development programmes
  • Establishment of incubation centres

25
Grants Received and Expenditure
Rs. in lakh
One time grant for property tax SVRS
Upto Nov. 2008
26
Financial Performance
Rs. in lakh
Up to Nov. 2008
27
Physical Performance
ESDPs/SDPs/EDPs
28
Infrastructure
  • Campus measuring 20 acres with attractive
    greenery
  • Training Facilities
  • Conference Hall 350 persons capacity
  • 2 Multipurpose Halls 100 persons capacity
    (each)
  • 18 Lecture Halls 30 40 persons
    capacity (each)
  • Faculty Workstations with support services
  • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant with 3 dining halls
  • Accommodation 130 rooms to accommodate 260
    persons
  • Guests and participants are accommodated in a/c
    or non a/c rooms with suites for VIPs and
    dignitaries
  • Health, Sports and Amusement The Peripherals
  • that come with success
  • Extension Campus Open land measuring about
    37 acres, available half a
    kilometer distance
    from the existing campus

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Infrastructure
  • KALANGAN A fantastic amphi-theatre to conduct
    shows or events You would be a privileged guest
    at any show that would be staged at this venue
  • MUSINGS - A wooded groove to kindle the poetic
    and spiritual thoughts, that will surely make you
    sing out loud at the top of your voice
  • VANASTHALI - A portion of the campus hobnob with
    nature surrounded by trees that has been
    developed to hold
  • exhibitions and malls
  • UTSAV An open-air auditorium set amidst
    gianttrees

30
Sports Facilities
  • Badminton courts
  • Lawn Tennis
  • Table Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Volley Ball
  • Gymnasium
  • Carrom Board

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Help Line
Academic Purposes - Registrar (Ext. 258)
registrar_at_nimsme.org Hostel Canteen -
Rector (Ext. 224 203) Hostel (Ext. 270
280) Canteen (Ext. 273) In House Doctor -
Ext. 270 Recreational Activities - Rector (Ext.
224) Assistant Registrar (Ext.260 217)

ni-msme Yousufguda, Hyderabad 45 Tel -
91-40-23608544 46 Fax 91-40- /
23608956 Website http//www.nimsme.org
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