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NSIC. Building SMEs to win Global Markets. NSIC. Scenario of SMEs in India. Over 12.8 million Small Industries. 31 million people are employed by SMEs. Contribute 40% of total Industrial Production. Accounts for 33% of India’s Exports. Contribute around 35% of total Exports.

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scenario of smes in india

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Scenario of SMEs in India
  • Over 12.8 million Small Industries.
  • 31 million people are employed by SMEs.
  • Contribute 40% of total Industrial Production.
  • Accounts for 33% of India’s Exports.
  • Contribute around 35% of total Exports.
  • Contributes 8% of GDP.
major sectors of exports by smes of india

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Major sectors of Exports by SMEs of India
  • Food Processing
  • Marine Products
  • Agricultural Inputs
  • Chemical & Pharmaceuticals
  • Engineering, Electrical & Electronics
  • Textile & Garments

Contd…/-

major sectors of exports by smes of india4

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Major sectors of Exports by SMEs of India
  • Leather & Leather Goods
  • Bio Engineering
  • Sports Goods
  • Plastic & Rubber Products
effect of globalization and liberalization on smes in india

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Effect of Globalization and Liberalization on SMEs in India
  • Stiff competition both Quality wise and Price wise.
  • Unprecedented opportunities with serious challenges.
  • Emergence of new target markets.
  • Opportunities to exploit technological advantages.
  • Technological Obsolescence.
wto norms and indian smes

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WTO norms and Indian SMEs
  • Emergence of Global Village.
  • Barriers free International Trade.
  • Global Competition.
  • Regulation of standards of quality & ownership (TPRIPS).
  • Regulation of Investment Flow (TRIMS).
  • Emergence of Service Sector.
  • Erosion of restrictions of Entry.
institutional support and government policies for indian smes

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Institutional Support and Government Policies for Indian SMEs
  • Formulation of MSMED Act 2006
  • Establishment of specific funds for SME’s promotion and development.
  • Setting up of National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC).
  • Creating awareness about intellectual property rights for SMEs benefits.

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institutional support and government policies for indian smes9

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Institutional Support and Government Policies for Indian SMEs
  • Market Assistance and Export Promotion Support.
  • Support for Credit Rating of SMEs.
  • Benefit to SMEs under International Cooperation Scheme.
  • Liberalizing FDI for SMEs.
  • Setting up of Intellectual Property Advisory Council.
how to be competitive in the global market

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How to be competitive in the Global Market
  • Adoption to technological changes / Technology Infusion
  • Vertical Integration of SMEs with Global TNC’s.
  • Creation of linkages, network with Foreign Buyers.

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how to be competitive in the global market11

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How to be competitive in the Global Market
  • Adoption to Quality Management Standards & Quality Technology Tools.
  • Horizontal Cooperation through Clustering & Networking.
  • Lean Manufacturing process.
conclusion

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Conclusion
  • SME’s the largest business community.
  • Post WTO – an opportunity for expanded International growth.
  • To become global player SMEs need to Adopt, Re-vitalize and Reposition.
  • Adoption of e.commerce as an important tool.

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conclusion13

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Conclusion
  • Access to markets and technologies in today’s globalized economy.
  • Need for strategic approach for converting globalization challenges into opportunities.
  • Identification of factors affecting international competitiveness in terms of quality and cost.
  • SMEs to reach International market potential for their goods and services.