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Government Of Assam Nalbari District

Ongoing Schemes

 

Ongoing scheme implemented by DICC NALBARI

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Name of the Schemes

About the Scheme

Remarks

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Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)

  • PMEGP is a central sector scheme administered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSME). The Implementing Agencies, namely KVIC, KVIBs and DICs

Objectives

  • 1) To generate continuous and sustainable employment opportunities in Rural and Urban areas of the country
  • 2) To provide continuous and sustainable employment to a large segment of traditional and prospective artisans, rural and urban unemployed youth in the country through setting up of micro enterprises.
  • 3) To facilitate participation of financial institutions for higher credit flow to micro sector.

Salient features of the scheme

  • The Scheme is implemented through KVIC and State/UT Khadi & V.I. Boards in Rural areas and through District Industries Centres in Urban and Rural areas in ratio of 30:30:40 between KVIC / KVIB / DIC respectively.
  • No income ceiling for setting up of projects.
  • Assistance under the Scheme is available only to new units to be established.
  • Existing units or units already availed any Govt. Subsidy either under State/Central Govt. Schemes are not eligible.
  • Any industry including Coir Based projects excluding those mentioned in the negative list.
  • Per capita investment should not exceed Rs. 1.00 lakhs in plain areas and Rs. 1.50 lakhs in Hilly areas.
  • Maximum project cost of Rs. 25.00 lakhs in manufacturing sector and Rs. 10.00 lakhs in Service Sector.
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BIPONI

Objective: The objective of the scheme is to support to the Micro & Small enterprises to participate in different trade fairs and events within the State, in the Country and abroad for marketing of their products and also getting the exposure.

 

Implementation : (A) Marketing Promotion within the State: 1. General Manager, District Industries & Commerce Centre will identify important events/exhibition held within the district where large numbers of visitors gather. Some important events are Rash Mohotsav at Nalbari, Annual event of Asom Sahitya Sabha, Annual event of Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Annual Ambubashi mela at Kamkhya, Doul Utsav at Barpeta, Doul Utsav at Batradava, Asokastomi mela at Dhubri, Annual event of Srimanta Sankar Sangha, Sivaratri mela at Sivasagar, Dihing Patkai Utsav at Jagun, Dibru-Saikhowa Utsav at Tinsukia, etc. This list is only suggestive, but not exhaustive. 2. 100 (One hundred) numbers of participants covering all the districts will be selected for participation in the identified events/exhibitions.

3. Concerned General Manager, District Industries & Commerce Centres will arrange the stalls in collaboration with the organizers of the event. There will be a maximum ceiling of Rs. 5000.00 (Rupees Five Thousand) per entrepreneur towards stall rent, which will be paid directly to the organizers by Cheque. In case of participants from other districts, a fixed lump sum grant of Rs. 500.00 (Rupees Five Hundred) per day for the actual fair/exhibition period will be provided to meet the Travelling, Food & Lodging expenses etc.

4. General Manager, District Industries & Commerce Centre can sponsor the participants to other districts also. District-wise targets will be decided by the Commissioner, Industries & Commerce preferably on the basis of population data. (B) Marketing Promotion outside the state: 1. A list of National Level Exhibitions to be held outside the State like Suraj Kund Mela, Dilli Hat, India International Gift Fair, etc. will be prepared by the Commissioner, Industries & Commerce. 2. Applications will be invited through New Paper advertisement from interested participants for participation in identified trade fairs. 3. Participants for these fairs will be selected depending upon their Quality of Products, performance in the Fairs/exhibition held within the State etc. 4. Selected participants will be reimbursed 50% of the stall rent subject to a ceiling of Rs. 10000.00 ( Rupees Ten Thousand) only and actual Sleeper Class to & fro Railway fair for 2(two) persons per unit along with Rs. 300.00 (Rupees three hundred) per person per day for the actual fair period towards food & lodging expenses. 5. In case, the number of participants in a single fair is more than 10(ten), an officer from the department may accompany the participants and the TA & DA of the officer will be borne from the scheme. (C) Marketing Promotion outside the Country : 1. For promotion of “ Brand Assam”, a basket of products will be identified for marketing promotion outside the country. 2. A list of International Fairs/exhibitions, suitable for marketing promotion of the identified product basket, will be prepared by the Commissioner, Industries & Commerce. 3. Applications will be invited through New Paper advertisement from interested enterprises manufacturing the identified products for participation in identified trade fairs. 4. Participants for these fairs will be selected depending upon their Quality of Products, performance in the Fairs/exhibition held within & outside the State etc. 5. Selected participants will be provided free stall space on sharing basis and actual Economy Class Air fair for 1(One) persons per unit along with Rs. 1000.00 (Rupees One thousand) per person per day for the actual fair period towards food & lodging expenses. 6. The TA & DA of departmental officers if accompanying the participants will be borne from the scheme.

 

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BONEEJ

OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR BONEEJ "Boneej" a special scheme to assist the Rural Industries of the state and it was announced by the Hon'ble Finance Minister's in his Budget speech on 26th July, 2016.

 

1. Objective of the scheme: The basic objective of the scheme is to provide special grant for rural industrial enterprises in traditional and micro sector in Assam.

2. Area of Implementation: All district excluding those within the jurisdiction Karbi- Anglong Autonomous District Council, NC Hills Autonomous District Council and Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts would be covered.

3. Rural Industries in Assam : Assam has the following rural industries ,

 viz: 1. Brass metal 2. Bell metal 3. Cane & Bamboo products 4. Jute Craft 5. Water Hyacinth 6. Sital Pati 7. Gold and Silver smith (Jewellery) 8. Pottery / Terracotta 9. Black smithy 10. Wood carving 11. Fire works 12. Musical Instruments 13. Wood carving 14. Decorative wax base candle. 15. Japi 16. Musk 17. Bag making , Folder making. 16. Decorative Candles 17. Food products like Bakery, Papad, Noddles , traditional food, Chutney, fruit juice, etc 18. Bamboo incense stick 19. Dhup /Agarbati

4. Quantum of Grant: It is proposed to provide Rs. 25000.00 ( Rupees twenty Five thousand ) as a grant to the industries located in Rural areas only where the annual turnover is less than Rs.5 lakh. The amount of grant shall be utilized by the units for procurement of machinery /raw materials, as the case may be.

5. Eligibility Criteria: Following are the criteria should fulfill by the industry to avail the grant, viz: 1. The industry should located in a rural areas of Assam. 2. This industry should be an existing one and having continuous operation for minimum of last two years. 3. The unit should have its own work shed for production and process. 4. Age of the applicant should not be less than 18 years and more than maximum of 50 years. 5. There is no bar of educational qualification. 6. The unit should have avail term loan/working capital loan to the extend to minimum of one lakh. 6. Selection procedure : Following are the procedure for selection of a beneficiary under the scheme : 1. Application shall be submitted to the concerned General Manager, District Industries & Commerce Centre (DICC) as per application Form:A. 2. List of document/s shall be as per Check list annexed with the application Form. 3. There is no fee for submission of application form. 4. On receipt of the application , the DICC will examine the application , if necessary they will make a physical verification of the application. 5. On completion of the necessary scrutiny / verification , as the case may be, the proposal shall be placed before the District Level Committee (DLC) constituted under the scheme for approval. 6. On receipt of the approval from the DLC, the statement containing the name , quantum of assistance, Bank name, Account name , etc shall be forwarded to the Commissionerate of Industries & Commerce for allotment of fund to the concerned DICC and subsequent release of fund. 7. On receipt of the fund by the DICC or transfer of fund directly to the beneficiaries through bank, DICC will submit the utilization Certificate within 30 days from the date of receipt of fund. 7. District Target A district-wise target shall be fixed by the Commissionerate of Industries & Commerce, Assam on the basis of rural population in the district and shall be communicated to concern DICC. 8. District Level Committee : The District Level Committee shall be as follows: 1 Deputy Commissioner of the District Chairman 2 Lead District Manager (LDM) Member 3 District Employment Officer Member 4 Two representative from the Panchaytiraj Institutions Member 5 General Manager, DICC of concerned district Member Secretary Terms of References: 1. The Committee shall meet as and when necessary . 2. The Committee shall examine the application/s and also approve the list of beneficiaries for providing grant under the scheme.

3. The members/s of the committee may also suggest any difficulties faced whiling selecting the beneficiaries and free to submit their suggestion for remedial measures.

4. The Member Secretary shall circulate the list of final selection of beneficiaries to the Hon'ble Member of Legislative Assembly of the district for information.

 

(for more please log on https://industries.assam.gov.in

 

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SARATHI

SAROTHI”– THE START-UP ASSAM & ITS OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES

1. Introduction: The entrepreneurs of the State, more particularly the 1st generation entrepreneurs are facing problem to convert their ideas into reality due to lack of adequate resources in the form of equity, loan, etc. Getting loan or financial assistance from Bank/Financial Institutions for any new venture is a major problem in the State as Banks/Financial Institutions are very reluctant to provide loan considering it as a risk for them. To remove this hurdle of equity /fund crunch, the State Government has proposed to launch a new scheme called Chief Minister's Start-up fund “Sarothi” with an initial amount of Rs.10 Cr during 2016-17. The fund shall be managed by the Industries & Commerce Department as per its operational guidelines. The scheme shall be operational from the financial year 2016-17 and shall be valid for a period of five years. Proposed guidelines of the scheme do not supplement the argument given above as it do not propose to give equity support, instant aimed at giving interest concession

 

2. Objective of the scheme: The basic objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance in the form of loan with Interest subvention through a designated Bank covering whole of Assam. The loan so availed by the beneficiaries will be supported by the State Govt. through Interest Subvention @ 5% P.A. 3. Designated Bank: The financial assistance has been proposed to be provided in the form of Interest Subvention on loan (Term Loan +Cash Credit) @ 5% P.A. initially through Assam GraminVikash Bank (AGVB) to applicant industries. Later on Government may bring in more bank/s under the purview of the scheme. As Assam GraminVikash Bank don’t have it existence in the Hill Districts of the Assam viz, Karbi Anglong &DimaHasao, DIC, Govt. of Assam shall arrange to rope in any other Bank for implementation the scheme in those Districts

Target not received for this financial year

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STAND-UP

 

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SVAYEM

 

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APART PROJECT


APART would lay special focus on value addition in the production and post-harvest segments of selected agricultural commodity value-chains ; facilitate agribusiness investments through inclusive business models, that provide opportunities to small farmers as well as stimulate the establishment of new small & medium agribusiness enterprises; and support resilience of agriculture production systems in order to better-manage the increasing production and risks associated with climate change, in the targeted districts .

The project would adopt a cluster strategy, to generate economies of scale; promote vertical and horizontal links between local agricultural enterprises; enable diffusion of innovations; leverage network externalities; and channel public support for services and infrastructure. By adopting a cluster approach, project would enable all the value chain participants to develop competitive and innovative products that meet current market demands.

Project Development Objective (PDO) of APART is to “add value and improve resilience of selected agriculture value chains, focusing on smallholder farmers and agro-entrepreneurs in targeted districts of the State of Assam ” .The guiding principles of the project are: (i) focus on cluster approach to bring forth Assam’s comparative advantage to meet the growing domestic, regional and the potential international demand; (ii) increase private sector participation in the development of agriculture supply chains and markets; and (iii) improve public sector capacity in delivering climate resilient technology transfer and related support services.

 

For more details please log on http://arias.in/apart.htm

 

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National Bamboo Mission

To increase the area under bamboo plantation in non forest Government and private lands to supplement farm income and contribute towards resilience to climate change as well as availability of quality raw material requirement of industries. The bamboo plantations will be promoted predominantly in farmers’ fields, homesteads, community lands, arable wastelands, and along irrigation canals, water bodies etc.

To improve post-harvest management through establishment of innovative primary processing units near the source of production, primary treatment and seasoning plants, preservation technologies and market infrastructure.

o promote product development keeping in view market demand, by assisting R&D, entrepreneurship & business models at micro, small and medium levels and feed bigger industry.

To rejuvenate the under developed bamboo industry in India.

o promote skill development, capacity building, awareness generation for development of bamboo sector from production to market demand.

To realign efforts so as to reduce dependency on import of bamboo and bamboo products by way of improved productivity and suitability of domestic raw material for industry, so as to enhance income of the primary producers

 

For more details please log on https://nbm.nic.in

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EM Pt-II

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