Zero Defect and Zero Effect Scheme

Every MSME wishes to export their goods to the foreign markets. However, the biggest obstacle they face is manufacturing quality products which match international standards. To tackle this challenge, the MSMEs need to enhance the quality of their products and production pace. This is where the Zero Defect and Zero Effect Scheme comes into the picture. 

Overview 

The Zero Defect and Zero Effect Scheme encourages MSMEs to initiate the ZED manufacturing process and helps them to improve the quality of production. This results in ease of penetration into foreign markets. It also enables them to reduce wastage, thus improving their production capacity. This also allows the MSMEs to avail more Intellectual Property Rights and develop innovative products.

Below mentioned is the list of awareness and training activities conducted under the scheme: 

  1. Industry Awareness Programmes:
  • The Industry Awareness Programmes are organised by the Quality Council of India, MSME Development Institute and other industry associations. The MSMEs can participate in these programmes free of cost. To find the list of all the programmes conducted, click here.
  • The training will be provided for the purpose of capacity-building for the North-Eastern Region, Jammu and Kashmir, and industrially backward and remote areas. This will focus on building capacity in line with Zero Defect and Zero Effect (ZED) manufacturing.
  • Other than the regular awareness programmes, the MSMEs will also be provided training with respect to Best Practices and International Benchmarking.
  • To participate in this training, MSMEs must have a ZED silver certification. As a part of this, a five-day visit to the sites of other MSMEs will be conducted by five MSMEs possessing silver certification. This is to give them an idea about the world-class practices adopted by other MSMEs in the sector. 
  1. Creation of awareness and participation through electronic medium:
  • MSMEs can get their doubts cleared about quality practices and certification by reading about them online.
  • MSMEs can gain knowledge on e-modules on lean manufacturing and quality by clicking here.
  1. Accreditation, Assessment and Rating or Re-rating:
  • Under this scheme, 22,222 MSMEs will be provided financial assistance to implement ZED assessment and certification. The MSMEs can get themselves assessed in the following three stages:
Assessment Charges
Online (e-Platform) self-assessment NIL
Desk Top assessment ₹10,000/-per MSME
Complete assessment a)      ₹80,000/- for ZED rating per MSME

b)      ₹40,000/- for additional ZED Defence rating

c)       ₹40,000/- for Re-rating

 

  • In addition to this, an MSME would receive a ZED Certificate issued by Quality Council of India.
  • Post the certificate being issued, an MSME would receive a subsidy on these fees.
  • The subsidy will be a special emphasis on SC/ST entrepreneurs.
  • The subsidy for Small Enterprise would be up to 60% of total expenditure for assessment, for Medium Enterprise would be 50% of total expenditure for assessment, while that for Micro Enterprise would be up to 50% of total expenditure for assessment but is extended up to 80% for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.

Important Notice:

The Quality Council of India assesses an MSME’s process before rating or accrediting them. The rating depends on the MSME’s processes and after this assessment a Bronze, Silver, Gold, Diamond or a Platinum Rating is given to them. To know more about the guidelines, click here

Benefits:

How does an MSME benefit from this scheme?

An MSME benefits from this scheme in the following ways:

  • Credible recognition of the industry for international customers seeking investment in India
  • Streamlined operations and lower costs
  • Superior quality products, reduced rejection of the products and higher revenues
  • Increased environmental & social benefits
  • Additional employment generation

*MSMEs can be updated about benefits as and when announced by the Government from time to time.

Eligibility Criteria

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

The eligibility criteria for this scheme is as follows:

All Micro, Small and Medium Manufacturing Enterprises throughout the country registered with Ministry of MSME (Udyog Adhar Memorandum), DIC (EM-II) or with any other agency (Industry Association and Government agency) are eligible for this scheme.

Application:

An MSME can apply for this scheme after being selected by the implementing agencies.

The Implementing agencies conduct their selection of MSME clusters or common product verticals.

With the help of electronic medium, assessment and certification assistance will be provided to the MSMEs.

After being selected, the MSMEs can fill the application form as per the guidelines mentioned in the following link

Certain percent of fees are payable in advance by the MSMEs to the National Monitoring and Implementation unit.

Mentioned below is the estimated total financial assistance for activities covered under the scheme relevant for MSMEs:

Category Financial assistance provided by Government of India (in lakhs) Contribution from the applicant (in lakhs)
Part 1    
Industry awareness programmes ₹1,470 Nil
Workshops at regional, state, and national level organised by Quality Council of India, Chambers, and variety of Industry Associations ₹60
Training to be provided for the purpose of capacity building for North Eastern Region, Jammu and Kashmir, and Industrially backward and remote areas ₹150
Training with respect to Learning Best Practices and International Benchmarking ₹400
Part 2
Development of electronic platform and provision of online support ₹200
Content writing for the purpose of capacity building ₹300
Part 3
Accreditation, Assessment and Rating or Re-rating ₹14,000 ₹6,000
Assessment of rating by the assigned credit rating and other agencies ₹1,400 ₹600
Improvement in rating to be done by gap analysis, handholding, and consultancy ₹9,800 ₹4,200
Re-rating or assessment to be done by other credit rating agencies ₹4,200 ₹1,800
Certification by Quality Council of India ₹50 Nil
Miscellaneous expenses ₹400

Note: The above-mentioned list is not exhaustive and covers the content only applicable for MSMEs.

Additional subsidy to the extent of 5% will be provided for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Women and MSME’s located in the North Eastern Region and Jammu and Kashmir. 

Documents Required 

What are the documents required for this scheme? 

The following documents are required to apply for scheme: 

  • Post submission of application as per Annexure 3 format, an MSME can get the list of documents required from the respective implementing agency.

For further details and guidelines, please click here or here

Duty Exemption and Remission Schemes

Exporters often wish to explore new markets abroad for their goods. To compete with companies in the foreign market and to improve their manufacturing process, they need heavy duty machinery. One primary hindrance to this is the exaggerated custom duties required to pay to the government. This is where the Duty Exemption and Remission Scheme fits in.

Overview

The Duty Exemption and Remission Scheme assists you to receive waivers on custom duties on imported heavy duty machinery.

The schemes covered under Duty Exemption are:

  • Advance Authorisation Scheme
  • Duty Free Import Authorisation (DFIA) Scheme

The schemes covered under Duty Remission are:

  • Duty Entitlement Passbook (DEPB) scheme
  • Duty Drawback (DBK) scheme

Here are detailed points about each of the above-mentioned schemes.   

  1. Advance Authorisation Scheme: 

What does this scheme offer?

The scheme allows duty-free import of inputs which are utilised in the manufacturing process for organisations that import fuel, oil, energy and catalysts.

Imports under advance authorisation are exempted from payment of the following duties:

  • Basic customs duty
  • Additional customs duty
  • Education cess
  • Anti-dumping duty
  • Safeguard duty
  • Transition product specific safeguard duty

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

The eligibility criteria for this scheme is:

  • Manufacturer, exporters or merchant exporters tied to supporting manufacturers
  • Advance authorisation shall be issued only to the manufacturer exporter for pharmaceutical products manufactured through non-infringing process.
  • The imported goods should provide minimum 15% value addition
  • The exports/imports need to be completed in 24 months

How can an organisation apply for this scheme?

An organisation can apply for this scheme in the following ways:

  • It will have to submit an online application with the prescribed documents to the concerned regional authority (RA).
  • The RA will then forward a copy of the application within 7 days from authorisation issue date to the Norms Committee (NC) for fixation of norms within the prescribed time.

The application form can be found on the following link

  1. Duty Free Import Authorisation (DFIA) Scheme 

What does this scheme offer?

For organisations that imports oil/catalyst utilised in the production, the DFIA scheme allows duty-free import.

DFIA only exempts from the payment of basic customs duty, unlike the advance authorisation scheme. Additional duties, including customs/excise, are not exempt under this scheme.

These duties are adjusted as CENVAT credit as per the Department of Revenue’s rules. DFIA is issued only for products with notified Standard Input and Output Norms (SION).

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

The eligibility criteria for this scheme is as follows:

  • Merchant exporters and manufacturer exports are eligible to apply for this scheme
  • The imported goods should provide minimum 20% value addition
  • DFIA is exempted only from the payment of basic customs duty unlike the advance authorisation scheme
  • DFIA is issued only for products for which Standard Input and Output Norms (SION) have been notified

How can an organisation apply for this scheme?

An organisation can apply for this scheme by filling up the application form, attaching the necessary documents, and submitting it to the concerned RA.

The application form can be found on the following link

Please note, in respect of the following items, the exporter has to provide declaration with regards to the technical characteristics, quality and shipping bill. The RA will mention the technical characteristics, quality and specifications in respect of these inputs while issuing DFIA.

The items include – Alloy steel including stainless steel, copper alloy, synthetic rubber, bearings, solvent, perfumes/ essential oil/aromatic chemicals, surfactants, relevant fabrics, marble, articles made of polypropylene, articles made of paper and paper board, insecticides, lead ingots, zinc ingots, citric acid, relevant glass fibre reinforcement (glass fibre, chopped/stranded mat, roving woven surfacing mat), relevant synthetic resin (unsaturated polyester resin, epoxy resin, vinyl ester resin, hydroxyethyl cellulose), lining material.

Exclusions:

  • The merchant exporter availing this scheme has to mention the name and address of the supporting manufacturer of the product on the export document (shipping bill/airway bill/bill of export/ARE – 1/ARE – 3).
  • The application form should be filed with concerned regional authority before effecting export.
  • The export needs to be completed within 12 months from the date of online filing of application form and generation of file number.
  1. Duty Entitlement Passbook (DEPB) Scheme 

What does the scheme offer?

This scheme waives off customs duty on the import content of the export product. This is provided by way of grant of duty credit against the export product.

Under this scheme, an exporter can apply for credit as a specified percentage of freight on board (FOB) value of exports, made in freely convertible currency.

This scheme is valid for a period of 24 months from the date of issue.

Who is eligible to apply for this scheme?

Merchant exporters and manufacturer exports are eligible to apply for this scheme.

How to apply for this scheme?

An organisation can apply for this scheme by applying for a grant of credit under the DEPB scheme by submitting the application form to the concerned RA along with the prescribed documents.

An agency commission of up to 12% of FOB value will be allowed for DEPB entitlement.

The application form can be found online here. 

  1. Duty Drawback Scheme 

What does this scheme offer?

Under the Duty Drawback Scheme, the organisation will be reimbursed of the Customs and Central Excise Duties that it incur on its inputs. The amount is deposited it into the nominated bank account.

For further details on these schemes please click here

Marketing Development Assistance Scheme

Tapping into new markets is important for every business. This means not only tapping into local markets, but also international ones. However, most SMEs lack the necessary funding to take their products to international trade fairs. This is where the government’s Marketing Development Assistance scheme comes into play.

Overview

The Marketing Development Assistance scheme offers SMEs air fare and rental reimbursements for participating in trade fairs out of the country. This allows an SME to display their products in international trade shows and tap into new markets.

Benefits

How does an SME benefit from this scheme?

This scheme offers SMEs loans up to ₹1.25 lakh to participate in international fairs, study tours abroad, and trade delegations.

It also offers reimbursement up to 75% of air fare by economy class and 50% of rental charges for general category entrepreneurs and 100% for women, scheduled caste, and scheduled tribes. 

Eligibility Criteria

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

All SMEs involved in manufacturing are eligible for this scheme.

Application

How can an SME apply for this scheme?

An SME can apply for this scheme by clicking here.

Documents Required

Documents are required to apply for this scheme?

The following documents are required to apply for this scheme. 

  1. Copy of SSI Registration certificate issued by GM (DIC) or Directorate of Industries
  2. Demand Draft in favour of PAO (MSME) for 50% rental charges of booked space
  3. Details of 1/2 participating members
  4. Photocopy of valid passport

Which documents are required for reimbursement of expenses?

The following documents are required for the reimbursement of expenses.

  1. Duplicate receipt of bill
  2. Copy of passport indicating details of departure, arrival, and country visited
  3. Original air ticket (if lost photocopy of the original copy and certificate reflecting the details of travel)
  4. Feedback report with details of business generated in terms of number and values
  5. Claim form (within one month of arrival in India)

For further details related to this scheme, click here.

Design Clinic Scheme for MSMEs

Every MSME looks to enrich its manufacturing sector, get better raw material, develop a range of high quality products or add to existing products. However, they lack adequate funding for the same. This is where the Design Clinic Scheme comes into picture.

Overview

The Design Clinic Scheme is an initiative of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Scale enterprises and India’s premier Design institute, the National Institute of Design. This exclusive design intervention scheme proposes to benefit industry clusters to create a dynamic platform that provides expert solutions to real-time design problems, and in that add value to existing products.

Benefits

How does an MSME benefit from this scheme?

An MSME can benefit from this scheme in the following ways:

  • Enhance Design awareness
  • Expose beneficiaries to the critical nuances of process, operation, manufacturing and business aspects of Design
  • Improve, evaluate and analyze design-related interventions
  • Inculcate and innovate a futuristic approach towards Product Development (in the long term)
  • Implement cost-effective solutions
  • Identify opportunities for enhancing existing product value
  • Offer competitive and breakthrough solutions for the MSME sectors
  • Switch the production mode of an MSME from original equipment manufacturing to original design creation

MSMEs (manufacturing sector) further receive the following assistance under this scheme:

  • Development and enhancement of portfolio of product/venture
  • Value addition to existing products
  • Financial assistance for the arrangement of seminars and workshops up to ₹60,000
  • Financial assistance for making a report on design assessment survey up to 75% of admissible cost or ₹3,00,000 whichever is lower
  • Funds released in following stages:
Category Funding support by the government What you would have to pay
For a single MSME and a group of up to 3 MSMEs Up to 60% of the total approved project cost or ₹9 lakh whichever is less 40% of the approved project cost  in the form of cheque or bank pay-in-slip
For a group of 4 or more applicants Up to 60% of the total approved project cost or ₹15 lakh whichever is less
For students final year undergoing full-time under graduate or post graduate program from institutions recognized by design clinic Up to 75% of expenses incurred subject to maximum of ₹1.5 lakh for final year student Remaining 25% to be contributed by the student.

Eligibility Criteria

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

The Eligibility Criteria for this scheme is as follows:

All MSMEs indulging in the inception of new ideas or ventures, requiring refining of the design or financial assistance are eligible to apply for this scheme.

MSMEs can request for a grant without a design company. In such cases, the Design Clinic Centre will suggest a list of possible design consultants for the MSME to choose from.

The entities eligible for applying are:

  • MSMEs (Associations and Units)
  • Indian Design Fraternity
  • Consulting Firms
  • Independent Designers

Other criteria include:

  • The local designer / Design Company / academic institution and the local MSMEs in collaboration are eligible to apply for funding support as co-applicants.
  • The local designer / design company / academic institution and the local MSMEs may apply, subject to the conditions mentioned below:
    • They have to be bodies or companies established or incorporated in India under the Indian laws with on-going business.
    • Must not be an associate, associated person, agent or employee of either of them before submission of the application.
    • Must not be directors / shareholders / management team members of the applicant MSME.
    • The beneficiary unit(s) must typically be micro, small or medium enterprises as per the definition in MSMED Act, 2006.
    • Must be new to using design and preferably should not have used internal or external design expertise before.
    • The designer that a unit employs in this scheme should be selected from a pool of qualified designers empaneled for this scheme.

Criteria for qualifying as the applicant MSME under Design Clinic:

What are the criteria for qualifying as the applicant MSME under Design Clinic?

The criteria for qualifying as the applicant MSME under Design Clinic are as follows:

  • MSME should be a profitable entity in the last 3 years of its operations
  • MSME must demonstrate either an export performance or potential to export
  • PMAC can stipulate / relax criteria for this purpose

Criteria for qualifying as the co-applicant designer / design company under Design Clinic:

What are the criteria for qualifying as the co-applicant designer / Design Company under Design Clinic?

The criteria for qualifying as the co-applicant designer / Design Company under Design Clinic are as follows:

  • The designer or the design company or acclaimed institute should have demonstrated expertise and qualification in the problem area that it seeks to solve for the applicant MSME
  • On approval of the application, both the applicant design company / academic institution and the applicant MSME have to sign an agreement with the Design Clinic Centre to ensure that both parties are fully aware of the terms and conditions under which the grant will be offered

NOTE:

MSME can apply for the scheme along with a design consultancy or an academic institution which satisfies the given criteria:

  • Each application will only cover one project.
  • Applications not fulfilling required conditions will not be considered.
  • No application fee will be charged

Application

How can an MSME apply for this scheme?

MSMEs can apply for the Design Clinic scheme by applying online here.

Criteria for rejection of application:

What are the criteria for rejection of the application?

The criteria for rejection of application are as follows:

  • A petition is presented or a proceeding is commenced or an order is made or a resolution is passed for the winding up or bankruptcy of the principal applicant or the co-applicant, or
  • A false inaccurate or incomplete statement or representation is contained in the application or a promise or a proposal is made knowingly or recklessly that it will not be able to fulfill or deliver such promise or proposal; or * in the event of a claim alleging or the Government having grounds to believe that any thing(s) or material(s) to be designed or conceived or produced as part of the project deliverables infringe or will infringe any IPRs of any third party, or
  • The principal applicant or the co-applicant is in default of its obligation(s) under other grant agreements with the Government whether or not in relation to the Design Clinic Scheme

Criteria for re-submission of application:

What are the criteria for re-submission of application?

The criteria for re-submission of application are as follows:

  • A declined application may be resubmitted only if it has been revised substantially or if it has been able to produce additional information to address the comments made by the Assessment Panel in its earlier review
  • The differences of the resubmitted application should be set out clearly vis-à-vis the previous one
  • Any revised application will be treated as a new application

 Documents required

What are the documents required for this scheme?

The required documents for application to the scheme are mentioned here.

Financial Assistance for procurement of Raw Materials

In Micro and Small Medium Enterprises, a large part of funds is used for purchasing raw materials. This restricts them from accepting larger orders and thus stops them from up-scaling. The Raw Material Assistance Scheme solves this problem and serves as a solution to such MSMEs.

Overview

The Raw Material Assistance Scheme aims at helping MSMEs by offering them Financial Assistance for procurement of raw material (both indigenous & imported).

Benefits

How does an MSME benefit from this scheme?

Under the Raw Material Assistance Scheme, the MSME can receive the following benefits:

  • Financial Assistance for procurement of Raw Material up to 90 days
  • Assistance to avail economic purchases like bulk purchase, cash discount etc.
  • Assistance in completion of procedures, documentation & issue of Letter of credit in case of imports
  • Provision of a Memorandum of Understanding with the bulk manufacturers in case of procurement of raw materials like Aluminum, Zinc, Copper, Iron & Steel, Paraffin wax, Coal, Polymer products etc.
  • Adherent to any other specific request of MSMEs

Eligibility

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

All manufacturing MSMEs who possess Udyog Aadhaar Memorandum (UAM) are eligible for this scheme.

Application

How can an MSME apply for the scheme?

MSMEs are required to apply for The Raw Material Assistance Scheme via the prescribed application forms by following any of the given instructions:

  1. Send in an online request for this scheme by clicking here
  2. Download the form by clicking here. Fill it and submit it in any of the NSIC Branch offices
  3. Visit any NSIC – Branch offices/Zonal Offices, collect the available form for free of charge and submit it in the same office.

For a detailed process of application for this scheme click here

Documents Required

Which are the documents required to apply for this scheme?

  1. A passport size photograph of each of the Proprietor/Directors/Partners/Society office bearers.
  2. Self-attested photocopy of MSMEs registration no. (Only for Medium Enterprises) & Sales Tax / VAT Registration Certificate.
  3. Self-attested statement of personal assets and liabilities along with the residential address of Proprietor/Directors/Partners.
  4. Copy of Memorandum & Articles of Association along with the list of Directors in case of Pvt. Ltd. /Ltd.

OR

Copy of Partnership Deed duly notarized in case of Partnership concern.

OR

A copy of Bylaws & charter of society along with a list of governing body/executive members in case of society.

  1. A copy of Board Resolution in case of Pvt. /Public Ltd. Co., Power of Attorney in case of partnership firm & a Governing Body Resolution in case of Society authorizing the signatory to sign and to deal with NSIC in respect of financial assistance required, for and on behalf of the applicant unit.
  2. Specimen signatures of authorized signatory attested by bank.
  3. Copy of sanction letter for credit limit sanctioned by the FIs/ banks other than the bank who issued Bank Guarantee.
  4. Audited/Provisional financial statements of the unit: – Last year audited financial statements. / Provisional current year financial statements. For startup MSME unit- Projected financial statements duly certified by its Auditors or Chartered accountants.
  5. Audited financial statements for the last year in respect of sister / associate concern of the applicant unit, if any. (only when the assistance sought against the security of other than Bank Guarantee)

For Terms and Conditions click here.

For further details on this scheme, click here.

Expand your Business Reach by becoming a supplier to the Government with NSIC

Every manufacturer aspires to expand its horizons and explore new markets to upscale its business. To attain such opportunities, these manufacturing units have to be verified suppliers to the government. This is where the NSIC Registration scheme comes into the picture.

Overview

The NSIC registration scheme enables manufacturing units to become suppliers to the government and avail exclusive benefits for their upliftment.

Benefits:

How can a manufacturing unit benefit from this scheme?

A manufacturing unit can benefit from this scheme in the following ways:

  • Your business can issue tender papers free of cost
  • No Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) would be required to be paid
  • Even if your bid is not the lowest and you lose the tender, your business can supply up to 20% of the requirement at the lowest quote
  • Out of this 20% procurement from MSEs, 4% is from units owned by SC /ST class
  • Moreover, 358 items are for exclusive purchase from SSI Sector

 Application

How can a manufacturing unit apply for this scheme?

A Manufacturing unit can apply online or offline in the following ways:

  • For online application, click here
  • To check the registration fee, click here
  • For offline application, click here
  • For NSIC rating call: 1800-103-3453

Note: The form should be filled and submitted at the nearest Zonal or Branch office of NSIC.

Eligibility Criteria

What is the eligibility criteria for this scheme?

Businesses having an RC or a UAM are eligible to register for the NSIC Scheme

Documents Required

What are the documents required to apply for this scheme?

The following list of documents will be required at the time of application:

  1. Copy of Acknowledgement of Entrepreneurs Memorandum Part-II
  2. Details of Plant & Machinery and Raw Materials of the unit showing purchase date and original purchase value of every machine in Format “B” of application form
  3. Performance Statement as per format/Performa “G” of the application form
  4. Self-attested copy of ownership documents of the premises or copy of lease deed
  5. Declaration/Certificate from the Proprietor/Partner/Director even if they are not linked with large scale unit(s). In case of their links with large scale unit(s), complete details should be specified
  6. Two copies of each of the Declarations duly signed by the authorized person of the applicant SSI Unit accepting conditions of registration (Format “D” & “E” of application form)
  7. List of raw materials and finished goods in stock
  8. Copy of ISO 9000 (Optional)
  9. Copy of Registration Certificate if registered with DGS & D or other Govt. organizations
  10. List of places where after-sales service facilities (if applicable) are available
  11. Copy of BIS license, if applicable
  12. List of technical personnel employed in production and services
  13. Item for which registration required with detailed specification(s)
  14. Write-up on quality control measures adopted by the firm for ensuring quality of raw material, bought out item (s) for assembly and sub-assembly and for products/stores in process and the finished products quality control
  15. List of quality control equipment and testing facility available in factory
  16. Copy of type test report from Independent lab, where applicable as mentioned in relevant standard
  17. Latest Electricity Bill Copy
  18. Audited Balance Sheet, Trading Account and Profit & Loss
  19. Account for the last 3 years duly signed by the authorized person under his seal
  20. Statement showing the Results of Operation for the last 3 years duly signed by Chartered Accountant under his seal {in prescribed format of Annexure “C” of application form (Manufacturing or service enterprises as applicable)}
  21. Bankers’ Report giving details of financial status of the applicant firm as per Performa “F” of application form
  22. Copy of Permanent Account No. (PAN)

Partnership firms are required to submit additional documents which are as follows:

  • General Power of Attorney in favor of one of the Partners
  • Partnership Deed
  • Form ’A’ from Registrar of Firms showing the names of the partners

Private Limited Companies should submit the following additional documents:

  • Certificate of Incorporation duly authenticated
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association duly authenticated
  • Names of sitting Directors, their addresses and their share holdings
  • Board Resolution in favor of the Signatory of the application and documents

Co-operative societies should submit the following additional documents:

  • Certificate of Registration of Societies
  • Society’s By-Laws/Regulations etc.
  • Names of Members, their addresses and share holding
  • Current Certificate from Registrar of Societies that the Society is still functioning and its working is satisfactory
  • Details of authorized share capital and subscribed share Capital
  • Details of movable as well as immovable property owned by the Society
  • Resolution of Society for seeking registration under Government Purchase Program
  • Resolution in favor of Signatory of the application & documents

 Important note

In case your manufacturing unit has not completed one operational year, you can apply for a provisional certificate which is valid for one year. Furthermore, the registration is also valid for one year only after which it needs renewal.

For further details on this scheme, click here.