The state government is committed to speed up the small and medium enterprises sector and in these new industrial policy, these industries will be given special comfort. This assurance was given by Industries Minister Subhash Desai on Friday.
Desai was addressing the Directors Council of the Small and Medium Enterprises Organization (SME), organized by the Maharashtra Industrial and Economic Development Association (MEDA). Minister of State for Finance Deepak Kesarkar was also present in the program. Industry Minister Desai said that small and medium enterprises have important cooperation in the country’s economy. Currently there is an authorized registration of more than one crore small and medium industries and the industries which have not yet registered, should register their industry.
According to Desai, there are many challenges facing small and medium enterprises, efforts are being made to solve them. The State Government has decided to provide several facilities for small and medium enterprises, which will be included in the new industrial policy. Apart from this, the government has reserved Venture Capital reserves of 500 crores for SMEs. By which any person can come forward to start the industry.Desai said that small and medium enterprises should take big leap. The SME sector should try to register its companies in Mumbai Stock Market and National Stock Market. This can lead to a major revolution in the economy. For the use of open parts ready for small companies, the big companies of the country and overseas have been strictly adhered to. In addition to the other problem, the solution will be taken on it.
Kesarkar said that the Government will cooperate to increase the industry in rural areas. The citizens should tell their problems to the government. This will try to solve these problems. The program was attended by SME organization Chairman Chandrakant Salunkhe, Tech Capital Director Ajay Bhutada and many small and medium enterprises.