According to the bank documents, "The Government of India announced a package of twelve initiatives to facilitate MSME growth in November 2018 and the MoMSME has brought its support and outreach program for MSMEs under the banner of “Udyam Jyoti”. The objective of “Udyam Jyoti: From Livelihood to Market” is to streamline support to the MSME ecosystem by facilitating synergies and convergence across departments and schemes currently implemented by Central and State Governments around 7 thematic areas...
The proposed PforR operation will support a part of the overall government program –with particular attention to the Government’s thematic areas of “Policy and Governance”, “Access” (markets, technology and common infrastructure and finance) and “Knowledge Dissemination”. This support will be designed across the following two Results Areas (RAs) over a five-year period through a partnership with the MoMSME, deployment of market-based solutions and a focus on firm productivity improvements.I.Strengthening Institutions and Governance of the MSME ProgramII.Support to Market Access, Firm Capabilities and Access to Finance"
Peter J. Mousley, Lead Private Sector Specialist
Team Leader(ADM Responsible)
Telephone No :5770+3351
Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
Mr. Arun Kumar Panda, Secretary
Telephone No :23062107
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