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Procedure To Obtain SSI / UDYOG AADHAR / MSME Registration
FILL UP APPLICATION FORM
MAKE ONLINE PAYMENT
EXECUTIVE WILL PROCESS APPLICATION
RECEIVE CERTIFICATE ON MAIL
Benefits Of Having SSI / UDYOG AADHAR / MSME Certificate
There are several benefits that can save lakhs of amount that may be assessable to tax in the absence of this certificate. The benefit of a presumptive basis of taxation is available to enterprises, which relieves one from maintaining detailed books of accounts and undergoing audit procedures.
The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises gives following benefits to enterprises that has MSME Registration while making application for Government Tenders:
Issue of tender sets free of cost ,
Exemption from payment of Earnest Money ,
Waiver of Security Deposit upto the Monetary Limit for which at the unit is registered.
MSMEs who have good credit history and have good relations with their banks can avail the overdraft facility. MSMEs get the advantage of 1% exemption on interest on overdraft facility. This could be extremely beneficial for MSMEs. However MSMEs should check with their lender as not all banks give this facility
The rate of Interest for enterprise that has MSME registration are lower as compare to other enterprises. Certain targets are set for banks’ lending to the Micro and Small Enterprises. The banks’ have to achieve a 20% growth in credit to micro and small enterprises and 10% annual growth in the number of micro enterprises accounts and 60% of total lending to Micro and Small Enterprises sector. The banks have to follow the following:
1. 40% of the total advances must go to micro and small enterprises involved in manufacturing having investment in plant and machinery up to Rs.10 lakh and for service enterprises having investment in equipment up to Rs.4 lakh.
2. 20% of the total advance to micro and small enterprises should go to manufacturing enterprises that have above Rs.10 lakh till Rs.25 lakh investment in the plant and machinery and for service enterprises that have investments in equipment above Rs.4
3. To simplify, 60% of the advances must go to micro enterprises.
One of the major advantages of registering under the MSME scheme is the protection received by the government against delayed payments. This protection in delayed payments is against the buyers in the transaction of business. If any micro or small enterprise that has MSME registration, supplies any goods or services, then the buyer is required to make payment on or before the date agreed upon between the buyer and the micro or small enterprise. In case there is no payment date on the agreement, then the buyer is required to make payment within fifteen days of acceptance of goods or services. In case of delayed payment, the buyer is required to pay a fine to the MSME registered company. This helps most MSMEs to ensure they have no outstanding debtors or bad debts.
If you have created something new, a new innovative product or business model and want to patent it, there is a hefty fee applied for patent registration. But with the help of MSME registration, one can avail the patent registration at 50% subsidy. This move aims to encourage more entrepreneurs to invent and innovate. They can avail the 50% subsidy by registering with their respective industry.
One of the biggest benefits of MSME registration is the collateral free loans one can avail through banks and NBFCs. This essentially means that SMEs and MSMEs can now take various loans such as working capital loan and credit line loan, without providing any collateral.
As mentioned above one of the greatest things about the MSME market is that it has hardly been affected by outsiders. Due to this, the success of the MSME sector has been magnificent. A major part of this success is due to the reservation policy of the government. There are some MSME sectors who have been given exclusive rights to manufacture certain products. Under the Government Stores Purchase Program, the central government has reserved the purchase of more than 300 products exclusively from this sector. This gives a boost to the MSME market and it is not affected by stiff competition
The Government of India has enacted the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 in terms of which the definition of micro, small and medium enterprises is as under: Enterprises engaged in the manufacture or production, processing or preservation of goods as specified below:
A micro enterprise is an enterprise where investment in plant and machinery does not exceed Rs. 25 lakh;
A small enterprise is an enterprise where the investment in plant and machinery is more than Rs. 25 lakh but does not exceed Rs. 5 crore;
A medium enterprise is an enterprise where the investment in plant and machinery is more than Rs.5 crore but does not exceed Rs.10 crore.
SSI Registration or Small Scale Industry Registration is a registration from the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. Once a business obtains SSI registration, the business becomes eligible for a number of schemes and subsidies promoted by the Government to boost small businesses in India.
The applicants personal Aadhar is the main requirement for obtaining Udyog Aadhar in case of a proprietorship. No further documents are required other than an email and a mobile number.
In case of proprietorship, the applicants Aadhar must be used.
In case of partnership, the partners Aadhar can be used.
In case of company, the Directors Aadhar can be used.
In case of LLP, the Designated Partners Aadhar can be used.
There is no difference between MSME Registration and SSI Registration. Earlier MSME Registration was know as SSI Registration .MSME stands for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises and SSI stands for Small Scale Industries. ... Small scale industries (SSI) are those industries in which manufacturing, providing services, productions are done on a small scale or micro scale.
Only those entity that could be classified as a micro, small or medium enterprise as per the table below based on investment in plant and machinery is eligible for MSME/ SSI/ Udyog Aadhar.
Classification Manufacturing Sector Service Sector
Micro Enterprise Upto Rs. 25 lakhs investment in plant & machinery Upto Rs. 10 lakhs investment in equipment
Small Enterprise Upto Rs.5 crore investment in plant & machinery Upto Rs.2 crores investment in equipment
Medium Enterprise Upto Rs.10 crore investment in plant & machinery Upto Rs.5 crores investment in equipment
Any service business having an investment in equipment of more than Rs.5 crores or a manufacturing business having an investment in plant & machinery of more than Rs.10 crores would not be eligible for obtaining Udyog Aadhar registration.
MSME loans are offered to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) by financial institutions that include banks and NBFCs. ... These schemes ensure that the new and existing entrepreneurs in the country get the necessary financial support and funding for their businesses
The Ministry is implementing the ISO: 9001/14001/HACCP Certification Reimbursement Scheme for Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs) for reimbursement of certification expenses, only to those MSEs which have acquired Quality Management Systems (QMS)/ISO 9001 and /or Environment Management Systems (EMS)/ ISO14001and / or Food Safety Systems (HACCP) Certification. Under the scheme provides reimbursement of 75% of the certification expenses up to a maximum of Rs.75,000/- (Rupees seventy five thousand only) to each unit as one-time reimbursement only to those MSEs which have acquired Quality Management Systems (QMS)/ISO 9001 and /or Environment Management Systems (EMS)/ ISO14001and / or Food Safety Systems (HACCP) Certification.
5 steps to apply for a loan from SIBDI
Applicants should follow the steps mentioned below to apply for a loan from SIBDI:
Step 1: Visit the official website of SIBDI
Step 2: Click on the ‘applicant’ tab.
Step 3: Enter your username and password.
Step 4: The applicant has to then enter the desired loan amount and choose a scheme.
Step 5: The applicant has to enter personal details such as his/her name, username, email ID, mobile number, business address, state, district, etc. Click on ‘register’ to complete the application process.
Ministry implements a scheme called Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme (CLCSS) for technology upgradation of Micro and Small enterprises in the country. Under the scheme, 15 per cent capital subsidy, limited to maximum of Rs 15 lakh (12 % prior to 29.09.2005 limited to maximum of Rs 4.8 lakh) is provided to the eligible MSEs for upgrading their technology with the well-established and improved technology as approved under the scheme. 48 products/sub-sectors have been approved under the CLCSS till date. If you are an MSE manufacturing a product and want to upgrade the technology of manufacturing the product with the well-established and improved technology as approved under the Scheme, then you may have to approach to the nodal agencies/eligible financial institution for sanction of term loan for purchase of eligible machinery.
A composite loan limit of Rs.1crore can be sanctioned by banks to enable the MSME entrepreneurs to avail of their working capital and term loan requirement through Single Window in terms of RBI Master Circular on lending to the MSME sector dated July 1, 2010. All scheduled commercial banks have been advised by our circular RPCD.SME&NFS. BC.No.102/06.04.01/2008-09 on May 4, 2009 that the banks which have sanctioned term loan singly or jointly must also sanction working capital (WC) limit singly (or jointly, in the ratio of term loan) to avoid delay in commencement of commercial production thereby ensuring that there are no cases where term loan has been sanctioned and working capital facilities are yet to be sanctioned. These instructions have been reiterated to schedule commercial banks on March 11, 2010.
Under the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme (NMCP) to enhance the competitiveness of the SMEs sector, O/o DC(MSME) is implementing a scheme “Building Awareness on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)” for the MSME. The objective of the scheme is to enhance awareness of MSME about Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) to take measure for the protecting their ideas and business strategies. Accordingly, to enable the MSME sector to face the present challenges of liberalisation, various activities on IPR are being implemented under this scheme.
In terms of RBI circular, banks are mandated not to accept collateral security in the case of loans upto Rs 10 lakh extended to units in the MSE sector. Further banks may, on the basis of good track record and financial position of MSE units, increase the limit of dispensation of collateral requirement for loans up to Rs.25 lakh with the approval of the appropriate authority.
Credit rating is not mandatory but it is in the interest of the MSE borrowers to get their credit rating done as it would help in credit pricing that is cost of funds (interest and other charges etc.) of the loans taken by them from banks.
The Ministry is implementing the Assisting to Training Institutions Scheme which envisages financial assistance for establishment of new institutions (EDIs), strengthening the infrastructure of the existing EDIs and for supporting entrepreneurship and skill development activities. The main objectives of the scheme are development of indigenous entrepreneurship from all walks of life for developing new micro and small enterprises, enlarging the entrepreneurial base and encouraging self-employment in rural as well as urban areas, by providing training to first generation entrepreneurs and assisting them in setting up of enterprises. The assistance shall be provided to these training institutions in the form of capital grant for creation/strengthening of infrastructure and programme support for conducting entrepreneurship development and skill development programmes.
The Ministry conducts various types of training programme through its various organisations for self employment as well as wage employment. The training programmes are primarily focused to promote self employment in the country. Thus all type of programmes have input which provide necessary information and skills to a trainee to enable him to establish his own micro or a small enterprises. The programmes include two week Entrepreneurship Development Prorgamme (EDP), Six Week Entrepreneurship Skill Development Programme (ESDP). One weak Management Development Prorgamme (MDP), One Day Industrial Motivation Campaign(IMC) etc. For Monitoring of the programme a web based system has been developed where coordinator of the programme is bound to feed all details of trainees including his photo and phone no. on the website. The same will be linked to the call centre of Ministry where real time feedback is obtained from trainees.
As part of the financial sector liberalization, all credit related matters of banks including charging of interest have been deregulated by RBI and are governed by the banks' own lending policies. With a view to enhancing transparency in lending rates of banks and enabling better assessment of transmission of monetary policy, all scheduled commercial banks had been advised in terms of RBI circular; DBOD.No.Dir.BC.88/13.03.00/2009-10on April 9, 2010 to introduce the Base Rate system w.e.f. July 1, 2010. Accordingly, the Base Rate System has replaced the BPLR (Bank’s prime Lending Rate) system with effect from July 1, 2010. All categories of loans should henceforth be priced only with reference to the Base Rate.
Viable / potentially viable MSE units/enterprises, which turn sick in spite of debt re-structuring, would need to be rehabilitated and put under nursing. It will be for the banks/financial institutions to decide whether a sick MSE unit is potentially viable or not. The rehabilitation package should be fully implemented by banks within six months from the date the unit is declared as potentially viable/viable. During this six months period of identifying and implementing rehabilitation package banks/FIs are required to do “holding operation” which will allow the sick unit to draw funds from the cash credit account at least to the extent of deposit of sale proceeds.
Priority sector lending include only those sectors, as part of the priority sector that impact large sections of the population, the weaker sections and the sectors which are employment-intensive such as agriculture, and Micro and Small enterprises. Detailed guidelines on Priority sector lending are available in RBI Master Circular.
What is Cluster financing? Cluster based approach to lending is intended to provide a full-service approach to cater to the diverse needs of the MSE sector which may be achieved through extending banking services to recognized MSE clusters. A cluster based approach may be more beneficial (a)in dealing with well-defined and recognized groups (b) availability of appropriate information for risk assessment (c) monitoring by the lending institutions and (d) reduction in costs. The banks have, therefore, been advised to treat it as a thrust area and increasingly adopt the same for SME financing. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) has identified 388 clusters spread over 21 states in various parts of the country. The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises has also approved a list of clusters under the Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) and Micro and Small Enterprises Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP) located in 121 Minority Concentration Districts. Accordingly, banks have been advised to take appropriate measures to improve the credit flow to the identified clusters. Banks have also been advised that they should open more MSE focused branch offices at different MSE clusters which can also act as counseling.
With the enactment of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED), Act 2006, for the goods and services supplied by the MSEME units, payments have to be made by the buyers as under: The buyer is to make payment on or before the date agreed on between him and the supplier in writing or, in case of no agreement, before the appointed day. The agreement between seller and buyer shall not exceed more than 45 days. If the buyer fails to make payment of the amount to the supplier, he shall be liable to pay compound interest with monthly rests to the supplier on the amount from the appointed day or, on the date agreed on, at three times of the Bank Rate notified by Reserve Bank. For any goods supplied or services rendered by the supplier, the buyer shall be liable to pay the interest as advised at above. In case of dispute with regard to any amount due, a reference shall be made to the Micro and Small Enterprises Facilitation Council, constituted by the respective State Government. To take care of the payment obligations of large corporate borrowers to MSEs, banks have been advised that while sanctioning/renewing credit limits to their large corporate borrowers (i.e. borrowers enjoying working capital limits of Rs. 10 crore and above from the banking system), to fix separate sub-limits, within the overall limits, specifically for meeting payment obligations in respect of purchases from MSEs either on cash basis or on bill basis. Banks are also advised by RBI to closely monitor the operations in the sub-limits, particularly with reference to their corporate borrowers’ dues to MSE units by ascertaining periodically from their corporate borrowers, the extent of their dues to MSE suppliers and ensuring that the corporate pay off such dues before the ‘appointed day’ /agreed date by using the balance available in the sub-limit so created.