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Capacity Building of the MSME Cluster Stakeholders, West Bengal
26 May, 2016
The MSME Technology Facilitation Centre acted as a key information provider in a workshop cum sensitization programme organised by the MSME&T Department of Government of West Bengal for the cluster development of identified 183 clusters. The workshop was planned to address the technological issues of these clusters. The aim of this workshop was to understand the technological gap of each of these clusters and provide them required information about the available technologies within CSIR organisations and other R&D institutions as well as academia.
It was a month long programme that has begun from March 8, 2016 and continued till April 11, 2016. Each session included approximately 2 cluster members from each cluster along with GMs and IDOs of the respective District Industries centres. The workshop has begun with the Clay & Ceramic Sector that has about 10 clusters eventually programme continued with total 17 MSME sectors continuing with the sectors namely – Chemical Based, Plastic, Brass Metal, Steel, Automobiles spare parts         Read more
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The West Bengal Incentive Scheme Textiles Sector 2013
The scheme may be called the West Bengal Incentive Scheme 2013 for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises in Textile Sector (hereinafter referred to as “WBIS – 2013 for MSMEs in Textile Sector”.

The West Bengal Incentive Scheme 2013
The existing West Bengal Incentive Scheme 2013 has been modified to eliminate the eligibility-cum-registration certificate. In addition to that, a “SINGLE APPLICATION FORM” in lieu of item wise applications forms has been introduced.