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NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MICRO SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES  ,  HYDERABAD


ni-msme, the pioneer entrepreneurship development institute, is playing a pro-active role in providing techno-managerial services to foster the progress of MSMEs towards success and prosperity. The principal charter of this Institute is to assist the Government in formulating policies for MSME and help the practising and potential entrepreneurs through a host of services like training, research, consultancy, information, education and extension

Institute address: HYDERABAD PIN: 500045 INDIA

2022-2023

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S.No. Name of Courses From To Partner Countries Participant Profile SynopsisApply NowCourse Type
1SME FINANCING - APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES18-Jul-202226-Aug-2022ALL COUNTRIESEXECUTIVES / FIELD OFFICERS OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, BANKS, GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS ENGAGED IN THE PROMOTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SMES.AIM: SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES PALY A KEY ROLE IN THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF ANY COUNTRY. SMES UTILIZE LOCAL RESOURCES AND THEREFORE NEED PROMOTION, FINANCING, DEVELOPMENT, ETC., OF THIS SEGMENT. SUCH AN EFFORT DID ENCOURAGE SMES TO GROW SIGNIFICANTLY TO THE EXTENT OF SELF- SUFFICIENCY AND CONTRIBUTE TO EXPORTS. THIS PRE-SUPPOSES PROVISION OF TIMELY AND ADEQUATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO ENSURE THEIR STARTUP, SUSTENANCE AND GROWTH. THE FINANCIAL SECTOR HAS TO BE SUITABLY INTEGRATED WITH THE PROCESS OF INDUSTRIALIZATION BY PERIODICALLY REVIEWING AND BRINGING IN REFORMS, THIS ENABLES TO COPE WITH CHANGES, CREDIT POLICY AND OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES IN THE SANCTION / CONDUCT OF THE FINANCING ACTIVITIES OF BANKS AND FINANCIAL, AFFORDING IDENTIFICATION OF ENTERPRISE OPPORTUNITIES, PROMOTION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENSURING FREE FLOW OF CREDIT TO ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURS. OBJECTIVES: 1. TO FORMULATE METHODOLOGIES FOR THE VITALIZATION OF THE FINANCIAL SECTOR IN CONFORMITY WITH DEVELOPMENT PLANS. 2. TO UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPTS OF DEVELOPMENT BANKING. 3. TO IMPROVE OPERATIONAL SKILLS TO ASSESS CREDIT REQUIREMENTS OF BORROWERS, SCRUTINIZE AND APPRAISE LOAN PROPOSALS, AND 4. TO DEVELOP SUITABLE SYSTEMS OF SUPERVISION AND FOLLOW-UP TO ENSURE PROPER UTILIZATION OF FUNDS BY THE BORROWERS AND PROMPT RECOVERY.
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2PROMOTION OF MICRO ENTERPRISES19-Dec-202228-Jan-2023ALL COUNTRIESPERSONNEL ASSOCIATED WITH POLICY FORMULATION, PLANNING, PROMOTION, AND DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO-ENTERPRISES AND INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES IN GOVERNMENT, NON-GOVERNMENTAL AND VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS DEVOTED TO WEAKER SECTIONSAIM: EMPLOYMENT GENERATION AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION ARE THE TWO MAJOR ISSUES BEFORE THE GOVERNMENT OF EVERY DEVELOPING COUNTRY. SINCE AGRICULTURE CAN NO LONGER ABSORB THE GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT NEEDS OF THE GROWING POPULATION, THE OCCUPATIONAL TRANSFER TO SECONDARY AND TERTIARY SECTORS HAS BECOME INEVITABLE. THE CONCEPT OF INCOME GENERATION BY ECONOMICALLY WEAKER SECTIONS OF SOCIETY THROUGH THE SETTING OF MICRO-ENTERPRISES IS SLOWLY BUT STEADILY GAINING MOMENTUM IN ALL THESE COUNTRIES. INDIA HAS A REMARKABLY SUCCESSFUL RECORD OF SERVICING THE TARGETED GROUPS SUCH AS THE EDUCATED UNEMPLOYED, TRIBES, EX-SERVICEMEN, THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED AND WOMEN THROUGH SPECIAL PROGRAMMES AND SUPPORT SERVICES. JUSTIFIABLY, INDIA LOOKS FORWARD TO OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE ITS EXPERIENCES WITH OTHER DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. OBJECTIVES: . IDENTIFY SUITABLE INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES REQUIRING LOW INVESTMENT, MATCHING THE SKILLS OF TARGET GROUPS. . UNDERSTAND THE TECHNIQUES OF PROMOTING MICRO-ENTERPRISES AMONG VARIOUS TARGET GROUPS. . ACQUIRE SKILLS TO MONITOR PROGRAMMES OF MICRO-ENTERPRISE PROMOTION, IMPLEMENTATION, AND MANAGEMENT. . SHARE THE INDIAN EXPERIENCE WITH OTHER DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO-ENTERPRISES.
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3WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SELF HELP GROUPS19-Dec-202228-Jan-2023ALL COUNTRIESSHGS MEMBERS, SMES, OFFICIALS FROM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, COMMERCIAL BANKS, GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS AND NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION CHARGED WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FORMULATING AND IMPLEMENTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR SHGS WOMEN.AIM: SELF HELP GROUPS(SHGS) ACT AS A DEVELOPMENTAL TOOL FOR THE EMPOWERMENT OF POOR WOMEN AND SOCIALLY MARGINALIZED SECTIONS IN RURAL SEGMENTS. SHGS AND NGOS PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSME) SECTOR, PARTICULARLY IN THE RURAL MICROENTERPRISES. SELF HELP GROUPS ARE MAKING EFFORTS TO REMOVE POVERTY THROUGH RURAL MICROENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT, AND ALSO ENCOURAGE MEMBERS TO BECOME SELF RELIANT, SELF DEPENDENT IN THE FAMILY. SHGS ALSO CULTIVATE MANAGERIAL STRENGTH AMONG MEMBERS AND ENHANCE BASIC SKILL FOR UNDERSTANDING MONETARY TRANSACTION. SHGS ACT AS A FORUM TO DISCUSS AND SOLVE THEIR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS. THE PRESENT TRAINING PROGRAMME AIMS TO STUDY THE ROLE OF SHGS IN PROMOTION OF RURAL WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP. OBJECTIVES: . TO CULTIVATE ENTREPRENEURIAL QUALITIES IN RURAL WOMEN . TO STUDY THE ROLE OF SHGS IN RURAL WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT. . TO IDENTIFY VIABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHGS MEMBER . TO STUDY THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP . TO UNDERSTAND THE INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT FOR SHGS PROMOTED WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS . TO FORMULATE AND IMPLEMENT VARIOUS DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMES FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN RURAL AREAS
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4DIFFUSION OF INNOVATIONS AND TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY30-Jan-202312-Mar-2023ALL COUNTRIESMIDDLE AND SENIOR LEVEL EXECUTIVES FROM GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS, MINISTRIES, DEVELOPMENT BANKS, SCIENTIST, IPR PROFESSIONALS AND CORPORATIONS ENGAGED IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, DISSEMINATION AND ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGED IN STARTUPS & TECHNO BASED ENTERPRISESAIM: ADOPTERS OF ANY NEW INNOVATION OR IDEA CAN BE CATEGORIZED AS INNOVATORS, EARLY ADOPTERS, EARLY MAJORITY, LATE MAJORITY, AND LAGGARDS. WILLINGNESS AND ABILITY TO ADOPT AN INNOVATION DEPENDS ON ADOPTER AWARENESS, INTEREST, EVALUATION, TRIAL, AND ADOPTION. PEOPLE COULD FALL INTO DIFFERENT CATEGORIES FOR DIFFERENT INNOVATIONS. DIFFUSION AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER MUST BE UNDERSTOOD FOR DEVELOPING OR COMMERCIALIZING ANY GOOD TECHNOLOGY. DEFINING THE CONTENT OF TECHNOLOGY, COPING WITH THE EMBEDDING OF TECHNOLOGY IN ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXTS, ASSESSING THE DIFFERENT EFFECTS, DEALING WITH DYNAMICS OF IMPLEMENTATION, IPR AND ASSESSING EFFECTS TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER WILL BE COVERED DURING THE COURSE. OBJECTIVES: THIS TRAINING PROGRAMME WOULD PROMOTE EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCES ON TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND COMMERCIALIZATION. THE PARTICIPANTS WILL DEVELOP KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN DEVELOPING AND DISSEMINATING TECHNOLOGY IN THE SOCIETY THROUGH EXTENSION AND AGRITECH STARTUPS.
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5PROMOTION OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISES FOR REALIZING SDGS30-Jan-202312-Mar-2023ALL COUNTRIESJUNIOR AND MIDDLE LEVEL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, SME CONSULTANTS, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICE PROVIDERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF NGOS INVOLVED IN DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF MSME SCHEMES AND PROGRAMMESAIM: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP OFFERS NOT ONLY A PATH FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO TRANSFORM THEIR OWN LIVES, BUT ALSO A WAY TO EMPOWER OTHERS. WE BELIEVE THAT YOUNG SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS HAVE A KEY ROLE TO PLAY IN CONTRIBUTING TO THE 2030 AGENDA AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS). THEY ARE INCREASINGLY USING INNOVATIVE BUSINESS APPROACHES TO RESPOND TO TODAYS CHALLENGES AND TOMORROWS PROBLEMS. A DIRECT IMPACT OF THIS INITIATIVE WILL BE ON FOSTERING EMPLOYMENT AND REVENUE GENERATION FOR YOUNG SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS IN THE CORRESPONDING COUNTRIES OF THE PROGRAMME. IT WILL ALSO IMPROVE ACCESS TO INVESTMENT AND GENERATE ROLE MODELS FOR YOUNGER GENERATION. BY MAKING THESE YOUNG SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS MORE COMPETITIVE AND VISIBLE, THERE IS ALSO A DIRECT CONTRIBUTION TO THE SDGS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE FIELD OF INTERVENTION AND IT CAN INSPIRE, ON THE LONGER TERM, OTHER YONG PEOPLE TO FOLLOW THEIR PATHS. THIS COURSE WILL IDENTIFY THE VISTAS SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACHIEVING THE SGDS OBJECTIVES: . TO IDENTIFY THE VARIOUS AVENUES OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISES THAT WILL REACH VARIOUS SGDS . TO IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES AND DEVELOP INNOVATION FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE TO ADDRESS VARIOUS SOCIETAL PROBLEMS . TO UNDERSTAND THE ECO-SYSTEM, POLICIES, STATUTORY LEGAL COMPLIANCES, SCHEMES FOR PROMOTION AND MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISES . TO MITIGATE THE CONFLICT BETWEEN SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL OBJECTIVES.DetailsITEC



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