Ministry of MSME has earmarked Rs 9000 cr to set up 150 technology centers across India


NEW DELHI: “India is becoming the hub of intellectual production. We must improve our competitiveness to absorb global competence in order to emerge as champions of manufacturing”, said Shri Sudhir Garg, IRSEE, Joint Secretary, MSME, Government of India in a statement, at the CII Conference on Quality Manufacturing: Aspiring for Global Competence, on Friday.

“Ministry of MSME has earmarked Rs 9000 crore to set up 150 Technology Centers across India that will provide high-end machines, testing and redesigning facility to enhance MSME competitiveness. Gradually, the Ministry has plans to proliferate these centers at the district level,” he further added in the statement.

Speaking on the occasion, Chandrika Kaushik, Director, Directorate of Interaction with Services for Business (DISB), DRDO, highlighted the importance of quality management right from the planning process up to the disposal stage. She also remarked that the important elements of quality are interchangeability, functionality, reliability, and maintainability.

Urging quality control and assurance systems to reach grass root level, Jasmohan Singh, Past Chairman,, CII Haryana State Council & Managing Director, Frick India Ltd. in a statement said, “There is a need to put the know-hows into quality control especially in MSMEs to match the standards of the West in Food Processing Industry.”

The conference was attended by over 150 industry members, state representatives and entrepreneurs from the manufacturing sector.





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