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NSIC, CSC ink pact to aid Village-level enterprises

Published: Jul 11, 2019

By TIOLCORPLAWS News Service

NEW DELHI, JULY 11, 2019: THE Union Minister for MSMEs, Mr Nitin Gadkari, today in Parliament mentioned that an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), the PSU under this Ministry and Common Service Centres (CSC), e-Governance Services India Ltd. on 22-06-2019 for enhancing new offerings for the MSME sector by synergizing each others' competence.

As per the agreement, CSC would facilitate enrolment of Village Level Enterprises (VLEs) on the NSIC portal www.msmemart.com in order to utilise plethora of services provided to MSMEs, facilitate various services of NSIC to other MSMEs, disseminate information regarding NSIC services to its network of VLEs, develop & manage App for data collection of NSICs, maintain the MIS of the project and to provide data/APIs for integration with NSIC portal. Further, NSIC would provide details of various Services offers to MSMEs, necessary support to CSC for registration and enablement of VLEs on the portal, CSC- e-Governance Services India Limited formats/ templates for reporting, incentive of Rs 100/- to CSC on each successful application on monthly basis.

Both NSIC and CSC shall take up any other activity as mutually agreed including Credit Support Services to MSMEs. They would use existing CSC platform to provide services to MSMEs. So far, no training programmes for disseminating the schemes of NSIC have been worked out by NSIC and CSC.

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