Govt Forms Five Task Forces To Make Indian MSMEs Future-Ready
These five task forces would work for a month in five key areas where we feel that the industry of the country and particularly the MSME sector should head towards,” MSME Secretary A K Sharma said at a virtual session organised by FICCI.
The government has constituted five task forces to make India’s micro, small and medium enterprises future-ready and formulate a concrete strategy towards making the country a leading exporter, a top government official said on Thursday.
MSME Secretary A K Sharma expressed confidence that it would be on the path of implementing the futuristic initiatives by the start of next year.
The Secretary said the fourth task force will focus on how to integrate our technology centres.
The fifth task force will explore interventions to align various modernisation schemes like ZED (zero defect and zero effect) and LEAN (for manufacturing competitiveness), as well as other schemes related to design, intellectual property rights and marketing scheme.
By the beginning of next year, we would be on the path of implementing these futuristic initiatives, the secretary said.
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