Special Training for Small Businesses

Oct 14 2015
9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Hotel Park Plaza, Sector 21C, Faridabad
                                                            


                                                       Just One day, Two Sessions and Four Hours to train yourself on
                                                              1. How to make your Business Grow in Govt. Purchases
                                                                      2. Save yourself from Hacking and Cyber Crime!

Session 1. State-Level Vendor Development Program
Jointly with MSME Development Institute, Okhla, New Delhi
Learn how to Register & Start Supplies to
PSUs, Govt. Agencies, Defense, Railways
20% Business reserved for Micro & Small Enterprises.
Don't miss your share of Business!

Session 2. Session on Cyber Crime & Prevention
How you can safeguard against Hacking, Data Theft.... much more!
# Internet crime can put one's money, privacy, business, family or even safety of our Society/ Nation at risk
# Learning about these threats is the First Step towards making Internet a safer place.
# Learn latest security tips for Mobile, E-mail, Desktop, Internet surfing
# Tips to safeguard personal and private information
# Train your Employees who are depositing your Taxes, Making E-payments, ESI, Excise Duty, EPF, ESI, TDS and many other E-Payments

Date: 14th October 2015, Wednesday
Time:
9.30-11.30 am: Session1, State Level Vendor Development Program
11.30am: Tea Break
12.00pm-2.00pm Session 2, Cyber Crime & Safeguards
2.00pm: Lunch

Venue: Hotel Park Plaza, Sector 21C, Faridabad

Registration Fee for Session1:
Rs.1,500/- plus Service Tax (Members)
Rs.2,500/- Plus Service Tax (Non-members)

Registration Fee for Both Sessions:
Rs.2,500/-plus Service Tax (Members)
Rs.3,500/- plus Service Tax (Non-members)

To join, SMS: "Vendor Dev" to 9711123111
or write to:

info@iamsmeofindia.com ; 9711101666


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State Vendor Development Programme :Know all about it   from IamSMEofIndia


IamSMEofIndia (Integrated Association of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises of India)

organized a seminar on State Vendor Development Programme by MSME Development

Institute, Ministry of Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, New Delhi.

The purpose of the seminar was to create awareness about various schemes and benefits for

MSMEs from the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Govt. of India.

Mr Rajiv Chawla, Chairman, IamSMEofIndia welcomed Mr V M Jha, Dy. Director, Mr

Anurag Srivastava and Mr.  K K Goyal, Asst. Directors – MSME-DI.   Mr. Brijesh Kumar

from NHPC and Mr. Kamal Gupta from NTPC were also present in the programme.  In

his initial remarks, Mr Chawla informed that the objective of  the Vendor Development

Programme is to provide common platform for MSMEs & PSUs to interact with each

other with a view to identifying emerging demands of the buyer organizations while

simultaneously providing an opportunity for displaying the capabilities of the MSME

entrepreneurs and their industrial ventures. Such programmes have proved to be of

immense use in locating suitable entrepreneurs by a number of buying organizations

including the Public Sector Enterprises, various Wings of Defence, Railways and others

in indigenizing a number of products which hitherto have been imported at a colossal

cost.

Two types of VDPs are being organized by MSME DIs - National Level VDPs - cum-

Exhibitions and State Level VDPs. In National Level VDPs of 3 days duration, large scale

organizations such as BEL, BHEL, TELCO, BSNL, loc, NHPC, NTPC etc. Interact with MSEs

in establishing potential vendors.   In these National Level VDPs, an exhibition is also

put up for displaying the products of MSMEs and large scale organizations.  In State

Level VDPs, typically one or two buying large scale organisation functioning in the state

participate in the programme and interact with MSMEs (sellers) in the Buyer-Seller

Meets.

Mr. V M Jha, through an elaborative presentation, talked about the registration

procedure and supplies to the PSUs and Government Agencies.  He also shared

important details that 20% of PSUs purchases is to be mandatorily done from MSMEs.  

Mr Chawla throughout the seminar kept the participants motivated to avail the benefits under

State Level Vendor Development Programme.

We hope, more and more SMEs will take advantage of such schemes for their product lines.  

IamSMEofIndia is there to support and guide its members on this front, added Mr Chawla in his

concluding remarks, while thanking the eminent guests from the MSME-DI and the participants.