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THE INSTITUTE OF COMPANY SECRETARIES OF INDIA 38 th NATIONAL CONVENTION OF COMPANY SECRATARIES. EMERGING CONTRIBUTORS TO INCLUSIVE GROWTH MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES S.K.AGGRAWAL, MA., LL.B., M.B.A., F.C.S. DIRECTOR, VIMAL ORGANICS LTD. SEPTEMBER 2, 2010.

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The institute of company secretaries of india 38 th national convention of company secrataries

THE INSTITUTE OF COMPANY SECRETARIES OF INDIA38th NATIONAL CONVENTION OF COMPANY SECRATARIES

EMERGING CONTRIBUTORS TO INCLUSIVE GROWTH

MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES

S.K.AGGRAWAL,

MA., LL.B., M.B.A., F.C.S.

DIRECTOR,

VIMAL ORGANICS LTD.

SEPTEMBER 2, 2010



Growth and performance of micro small and medium enterprises msmes
GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMEs)

The Sector accounts for :

  • 28 million units

  • 65 million people employed

  • 6000 products

  • 45% of manufacturing output

  • 40% of the total exports of the country



Employment in msme sector
EMPLOYMENT IN MSME SECTOR ENTERPRISES (MSMEs)


Recognizing the contribution and potential of the sector, the definitions and coverage of the Small Scale Industry (SSI) sector were broadened significantly under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 which recognized the concept of “enterprise” to include both manufacturing and services sector besides, defining the medium enterprises.


Msme sector higher growth rate viz a viz overall industrial sector
MSME Sector – Higher Growth Rate viz-a-viz overall industrial sector

COMPARATIVE DATA ON GROWTH RATES OF MSE SECTOR


Nature of activity
NATURE OF ACTIVITY industrial sector



Types of organization
TYPES OF ORGANIZATION industrial sector


  • According to industrial sectorYouGov and Legatum Institute Survey of 4000 business SME in China and India, the Indian entrepreneurs say their main motivation is independence, being one’s own boss.

  • reported in the Economic Times dt. 11.08.2010

  • FICCI has set up :

    FICCI – MSME Intellectual Property Facilitation Centre in association with MSME Ministry, Govt. of India


SME STOCK EXCHANGE industrial sector

SMEs contribute around 20% of GDP and are the largest generator of employment (approximately 25 million). In India, SME sector is the second largest employer, after agriculture. With the Indian economy growing at more than 9 percent and size of the economy crossing the $1 trillion mark, the need of SMEs to raise capital is becoming increasingly critical – SEBI discussion Paper


  • SEBI Issued a modal listing agreement for SMEs seeking listing on SME Exchange 12 Aug 2010

    2. “ At present, nearly 3000 SMEs trade through BSE which number is expected to grow manifold”

    ET,Friday June 4,2010

    3. There are 210,000 listing under the heading “ SME Stock Exchange in India,” at the Google Search Engine.


. listing on SME Exchange

IN THIS BACKGROUND

LET US EXAMINE

THE CHARACTERISTICS

OF THE SME SECTOR


Salient features of sme s
SALIENT FEATURES OF SME listing on SME Exchange S

1 Instant decision making

  • No notes, no papers, no consultation

  • Gut feeling

  • Personal Knowledge

  • Personal first hand information

  • No time clock for work (0 HRS to 24 HRS )

  • Often times –more often than not – everyone in the family is a contributor to business


  • 6 listing on SME Exchange Negligible labour problems: interpersonal relationship between the owners and the employees is intimate.

    • And when he needs, he can always take help from outside, but here he always remembers (even if he has not read E. Dickinson)

      “That Love is all there is,

      Is all we know of love,

      it is enough,

      the freight should be proportionate to the groove”.



    • Personal attention to every detail; he would almost personally know all his employees, know his customers and know his suppliers. He would also know, again personally, all the associates in the Electricity Department, Excise, ST, IT, Local Police Station, etc.

    • SME sector- there is no unemployment; in fact it is a big fraud by Politicians that there is unemployment. Where are the men available ?

    • SME sector is the largest provider of trained manpower to large scale sector


    Rising indian middle class
    RISING INDIAN MIDDLE CLASS personally know all his employees, know his customers and know his suppliers. He would also know, again personally, all the associates in the Electricity Department, Excise, ST, IT, Local Police Station, etc.

    • Consumer spending in Asia is likely to reach $32trillion by 2030

    • Asia to contribute 43% of worldwide consumption in next 20 years

    • 205 million Indians joined the ranks of those spending $2 to $20 per day from 1990 to 2008

    • Over the next two decades, the Indian middle class is expected to touch 1 billion mark.

      The Economic Times, 20th August 2010, Page-4


    This confirms that an individual CS can carve out a profitable niche for himself.

    • be a job-provider as against a job-seeker

    • turn employer and not worry to be employee

    • be a master of his own destiny

    • Instead of working within a Delegation of Powers given by others, enjoy all the power given unto himself.

    • Untold , Unlimited freedom

      - financially

      - emotionally

      - psychologically


    THANK profitable niche for himself.

    YOU

    A PRESENTATION BY A COMPANY SECRETARY TURNED ENTREPRENEUR


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