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Problems and development of small scale industries in India

R. Jaya Prakash Reddy

Problems and development of small scale industries in India

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Published by Ashish Pub. House in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Small business -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementR. Jaya Prakash Reddy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2346.I5 R38 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination190 p. ;
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1680089M
      ISBN 108170243793
      LC Control Number91900984

      It can help to release scarce capital towards productive use. Various reasons attributed to this gross under- utilisation of capacities are problems of finance, raw material, power and underdeveloped markets for their products. Small industry may be better able than large industry to take advantage of these existing traditional skills with minor adaptations. Reservation of items and marketing support for small industries was to continue. The main objective of setting up DICs was to promote under a single roof all the services and support required by small and village entrepreneurs. As the element of risk is minimum in small scale sectors, more resources will be employed by large number of labour force.

      Equal Distribution of Income and Wealth: Eighthly, small-scale and cottage industries have the additional advantage that, with decentralized industries, they secure a more even distribution of income and wealth. These enterprises are promoting various social objectives and in order to facilitate then working adequate credit on easier terms and conditions must be provided to them. In the hand-made sector outer veneers are issued to workers either at the factory or at their homes along with blue match paper cut to size. It helps in improving the standard of living of people residing in suburban and rural areas in India.

      In India, a unique instrument called reservation in the sense of legal ban on production by large units introduced in s was for the protection and promotion of SSI. There is both time interests of these small scale enterprises. The scarcity of capital and inadequate availability of credit facilities are the major causes of this problem. SSI helps the people living in rural and backward sector to participate in the process of development. A low-import intensity in the capital structure of the small-scale industries reduces the need for foreign capital or foreign exchange, and thus obviates the balance of payments difficulties later, and currently retains within the country a large part of whatever induced effects may materialize. NSIC has recently partnered with Rubique.


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Problems and development of small scale industries in India book

In the hand-made sector outer veneers are issued to workers either at the factory or at their homes along with blue match paper cut to size.

What are the problems faced by Small Scale Industries in India?

Industries Development and Regulation Act, was also introduced to regulate and control industries in the country. The exemption for excise duty limit raised from Rs.

Wimco maintains price stability by stamping maximum retail prices on its matches and assures quality through standardization. SSI Promotes Exports 1. These small-scale industries satisfy many of the investment criteria that one often prescribes for the planned development of the country.

In fact the survival and future growth of the handmade sector of the match industry in India depends upon the success and continued efficiency of the veneer and splint producers.

The coverage of ongoing Integrated Infrastructure Development IID was enhanced to cover all areas in the country with 50 percent reservation for rural areas and 50 percent earmarking of plots for tiny sector. The low speed peeling machines which are fairly labour-intensive permit a greater freedom in the intake of non-standard wood species for boxes as well as splints.

Raw material shortages Raw materials are not available at the required quantity and quality. The IPR grouped small sector into three broad categories: 1. Semul requires a forty to fifty year rotation to grow large enough to produce quality veneer which further exacerbates the supply problem.

Thereafter, a mixture of red amorphous phosphorous, glue and bichromate of potash is manually painted with a brush on one side. Among the most important Indian matchwoods are semul Bombax ceiba, also known as Indian cottonwood which is good for boxes as well as splints, Indian aspen Evodia roxburghiana and white mutty Ailanthus malabaricaboth suitable for high quality splints.

The post-IPR period was marked by substantial developments taken place in the country. Problem of working capital Many Small Scale Industries face the problem of inadequate working capital. Small Scale Industries are not able to get funds immediately for their needs.

All these factors are going to adversely affect the quantity, quality and production schedule of the enterprises operating in these areas.

Government Policies for Development and Promotion of Small

Industrial Policy Packages for small scale industries, This policy underlines the following measures: I. Of the estimated 3. With the opening up of the economy and following the principles of liberalization and globalization, many items have been successively De-reserved. Although this continues to be the policy goal, it is now obvious that the major benefits and opportunities for future growth of the match industry, much to the dismay of government policy makers, will go to these 18 families.

Schedule A - Those industries which were to be an exclusive responsibility of the state. The entrepreneurial talent is tapped in different regions and the income is also distributed instead of being concentrated in the hands of a few individuals or business families.

SSI promotes decentralized development of industries as most of the small scale industries are set up in backward and rural areas. This prevents Small Scale Industries from fully concentrating on their business activities.

This situation led to a renewed emphasis on industrial policy.Government Policies for Development and Promotion of Small-Scale Industries in India. In India, Small-scale enterprises have been given an important place for both ideological and economic reasons.

It is well documented that the small scale industries have an important role in the development of the country. The measures suggested for the promotion of small-scale and cottage industries included: (i) Reservation of items for exclusive production in small-scale sector.

(ii) Proposal to set up in each district an agency called ‘District Industry Centre’ (DIC) to serve as a focal point of development for small-scale and cottage industries. large scale industries, lack of machinery and equipment. Karthihaselvi, Neelamegam and Magesan () desorbed that small-scale industries were dreams of Mahatma Gandhi come true.

He supported the growth of small-scale industries in India, because he had the vision that it would help the poor people of India to come up.

Small. Oct 25,  · Introduction. The Small Scale Industries Sector has acquired an important position in the economic structure of the sylvaindez.com per the published[7] Report of the Development Commissioner, Small Scale Industries (DCSSI), the sector encompasses about 32 lakh units, during which produce over different items for domestic as well as foreign markets, contributing to about 40per.

May 08,  · Problems faced by Small Scale Industries The following are the problems faced by Small Scale Industries: 1. Poor capacity utilization In many of the Small Scale Industries, the capacity utilization is not even 50% of the installed capacity.

Nearly. three major groups of industries; large-scale industries, small-scale industries and cottage industries. We propose to study in this paper the problems and prospects of small-scale and cottage industries in Uttar Pradesh, where large and medium scale industries are completely absent and whose development is Author: Vivekanand Pandey.