JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTREPRISES (MSME)
18.1 MSMEs have contributed significantly in manufacturing
and exports of the Country besides providing adequate job opportunities. It
will be promoted with the following incentives.
(i) Price preference will be allowed for
goods manufactured by Micro and Small Industries of Jharkhand in case of purchases
by Govt. Departments and State owned PSUs including Boards, Corporations,
Development Authorities, Improvement Trusts, Municipalities, Notified Area
Committees, Cooperative bodies and institutions aided by State Govt. and
Companies where Govt. share is 50% or more.
(ii) The State Government proposes to
formulate a Marketing Policy for safeguarding the interest of local Micro
and Small Enterprises (MSE). Provisions of the proposed policy include :
(a) Tender forms for bidding will be made available free of cost.
Exemption from payment of Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) and Security Deposit
discounting facility will be made available on Government Orders.
price preference i.e. where the bid of Micro and Small Enterprises are
within 10% of L1 (least priced bid), the local Micro and Small Enterprises
may be given an offer of reasonable part (max. 20%) of the Order at L1
through a predetermined transparent process.
(iii) Providing platforms for
interaction between Enterprises of Jharkhand and potential domestic and
global markets through Trade Fairs, Road shows.
(iv) Encouraging the MSEs to
participate in national and overseas business fairs and exhibitions, and
(v) Setting up a permanent
exhibition-cum-convention centre for exclusive display of MSME products.
Jharkhand Micro and Small Enterprises Facilitation Council – a quasi
judicial body to redress the problems being faced by local MSEs in
marketing their quality products.
18.3.1 Efforts will be made to make full payment
for the items bought from MSEs under 18.1 (ii) within 30 days of complete
18.3.2 Industrial units of the State without price
preference facilities will be allowed to supply their products to
Government Departments and other organizations (as mentioned in 18.1) at
the lowest rate (L1), depending on their capacity, at maximum of 50% of the
work order, if they qualify otherwise.
18.3.3 The raw material generating units shall be
persuaded to give purchase preference to the local industries, whose production is dependent upon the
supply of such raw material. Similarly, the PSU’s / Private Sector
large industries, located within the State would be persuaded to give
purchase preference to the local industries while making purchases of raw
materials and other items required by it. Preference would also be given to
the local industries in supply of forest produce available in the State.
18.4 A symbiotic relationship between the
MSME and the Technical Institutions will be developed by linking each
cluster with a technical institution to solve the technical and design
related problem of the MSMEs.
18.5 Efforts will be made to provide linkages
for MSMEs with micro-finance institutions, raw materials, focused market
18.6 Special emphasis will be given on
providing Common Facility Centres (CFC) mainly through
Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) initiatives to MSME projects of a cluster.
18.7 Schemes like ASIDE, Credit Guarantee Fund
Trust Scheme, Cluster Development Programme for MSMEs, Credit Linked
Capital Subsidy Scheme, Technology Upgradation Scheme being operated by
Govt. of India and various other Promotional Schemes of different
Ministries of Govt. of India are proposed to be suitably dovetailed for the
benefit of MSM Enterprises of the State. Efforts will also be made to
suitably complement these schemes enabling the entrepreneurs to avail
maximum advantage of these schemes.