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MSMEs
MSMEs form an important and growing segment of Tamil Nadu’s industrial sector and occupy a place of prominence in the economy of state. Assessing the greater potential of MSMEs, we have made sure that it is easier to initiate and access the required resources and most importantly, achieve what your MSME aims to do.
Defining MSME’s
District Level Nodal Agency
Schemes For MSMEs
Institutional Structure
As per the latest notification issued in accordance with Micro,Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (27 of 2006) vide S.O. 1702(E) of the Ministry of MSME, Government of India, Dt.: 1.6.2020, the Central Government, notified that the enterprises engaged in the manufacturing of products or engaged in the rendering of services shall be classified based on the composite criteria as follows:
Type of Enterprise Investment in Plant & Machinery not Exceeding Turnover not Exceeding (excludes Export)
Micro Rs.1.00 crore Rs.5.00 crore
Small Rs.10.00 crore Rs.50.00 crore
Medium Rs.50.00 crore Rs.250.00 crore
Type of Enterprise: Micro
Investment in Plant & Machinery not Exceeding: Rs.1.00 crore
Turnover not Exceeding (excludes Export): Rs.5.00 crore
Type of Enterprise: Small
Investment in Plant & Machinery not Exceeding: Rs.10.00 crore
Turnover not Exceeding (excludes Export): Rs.50.00 crore
Type of Enterprise: Medium
Investment in Plant & Machinery not Exceeding: Rs.50.00 crore
Turnover not Exceeding (excludes Export): Rs.250.00 crore
Department of MSME
The MSME Department deals with policy matters relating to the MSME sector and formulates schemes for the development of the sector.
Major institutions under the department are:
  • The Commissionerate of Industries & Commerce
  • The Entrepreneur Development and Innovation Institute (EDII)
  • Tamil Nadu Small Industries Corporation Limited (TANSI)
  • Tamil Nadu Small Industries Development Corporation (TANSIDCO)
Commissionerate of Industries and Commerce
One Stop Service Hub for MSMEs
Through the District Industries Centres, it provides a variety of services to the entrepreneurs and MSMEs, some to mention are as follows:
  • Providing Escort Services to the Entrepreneurs towards identification of viable activities and preparation of Project Profiles for assistance from financial Institutions/Banks.
  • Organising Entrepreneurship and skilled Development Training Programmes.
  • Facilitating MSMEs in getting various Statutory Approvals, Clearances, Licenses and their renewals through Single Window Clearance Mechanism.
  • Facilitating Entrepreneur in filling UAM (Udyog Aadhaar Memorandum).
  • Sanction and Disbursement of Incentives and Subsidies to MSMEs, as per MSME Policy of GoTN.
  • Export Promotion through the Export Promotion Cell in the District Industries Centres.
  • Facilitating MSMEs in getting payment of dues from the large Industries through the Micro and Small Enterprises Facilitation Councils.
  • Implementing Credit Linked Subsidy Schemes, Rehabilitation Assistance Schemes and various other Schemes of Government of India in the State.
The Office of the Regional Joint Director of Industries and Commerce in respect of Chennai District and the District Industries Centre (DIC) in respect of other Districts is the Nodal Agency at the district-level for Enterprises engaged in the manufacture or production of goods or providing services, and Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment is up to Rs 50 Crore and whose turnover is up to Rs 250 Crore.
Role Of District Level Nodal Agency
The Nodal Agency at the District-level shall ensure adequate support to all applicants for submitting applications for clearances through single window portal, including making available information related to all application forms including the Combined Application Form (CAF), list of enclosures, requisite fee and mode of payment. This would include the applicable fee payable to the Competent Authorities.
Before submission of the application for service through single window portal, the applicant can approach the Nodal Agency with the filled-in application along with enclosures to ensure the correctness and completeness of the same.
The Nodal Agency shall direct the designated official identified by the Competent Authority to meet as and when required to verify and check the following as part of the pre-scrutiny process for the purposes of assessing the completeness of the submitted application, namely:-
  • Whether the application is complete in all respects, including the application forms and enclosures
  • Whether Self-certification as part of CAF has been submitted
  • Whether documents as per Check-list filled correctly has been submitted
  • Fees payable to the Competent Authorities
1.Incentive Schemes
a) Capital Subsidy
Guidelines for availing Capital Subsidy
The following incentives and concessions are being extended to micro, small and medium enterprises in the State:
  • 25% capital subsidy on the value of eligible plant and machinery, subject to a maximum of Rs.150.00 lakh.
  • Additional capital subsidy for enterprises set up by Women / Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe / Differently Abled and Transgender entrepreneurs at the rate of 5% on the value of eligible plant and machinery, subject to a maximum of Rs.5.00 lakh.
  • Additional Capital subsidy 10% for eligible micro enterprises on the investment made in plant and machinery value, subjected to a maximum of Rs.5.00 lakh over five years.
  • All existing Micro and Small Manufacturing Enterprises setup anywhere in Tamil Nadu graduating to higher category by undertaking expansion/diversification are eligible for 5% additional capital subsidy subject to a maximum of Rs. 25 lakhs for scaling up.
  • Additional Capital Subsidy at the rate of 25% of plant and machinery value installed to promote such technology subjected to maximum of Rs.10.00 lakh for new and existing enterprises promotes cleaner and environmentally friendly technologies.
  • 25% Capital Subsidy on eligible plant and machinery value for Small and Medium Agro-based and Food processing enterprises set up in any of the 388 blocks in the State.
Eligible Enterprises
  • All new micro manufacturing enterprises established anywhere in the state.
  • All new small and medium enterprises under following 24 thrust sectors established anywhere in the state (excluding additional capital subsidy and employment generation subsidy)
  • Electrical and electronic industry
  • Leather and leather goods
  • Auto parts and components
  • Drugs and pharmaceuticals
  • Solar energy equipment
  • Gold / Diamond jewelry for exports Pollution control equipment’s
  • Electric Vehicle components, charging infrastructure and components
  • Cost - effective building material
  • Readymade garments
  • Food processing
  • Plastic (except ‘one-time use and throw away plastics’)
  • Rubber
  • Biotechnology
  • Petro Chemicals and Specialty Chemicals
  • Medical Devices, Equipment and Components
  • Sports goods and accessories
  • Technical Textiles and Medical Textiles
  • Aero Space, Defence Applications and Components
  • Electronic System Design and Manufacturing
  • Alternate products for ‘one time use and throwaway plastics’
  • Electronic Waste Processing
  • Industry 4.0 Traditional Industries.
  • All new small and medium manufacturing enterprises established in any of the 254 industrially backward blocks in the state.
  • All new Agro-based small and medium manufacturing enterprises established in any of the 388 blocks in the state.
  • Existing manufacturing enterprises of the above categories which have taken up substantial expansion / diversification of the existing activities.
b) Low Tension Power Tariff power subsidy (LTPT)
Guidelines for availing Low Tension Power Tariff power subsidy
Following category of Enterprises/activities are only eligible for LTPT subsidy:
Eligible Enterprises:
  • All new Micro manufacturing enterprises established anywhere in the State
  • Existing Micro Manufacturing Enterprises which have taken up substantial expansion/diversification of the existing activities
  • Micro enterprises using Low Tension Power supply (Tariff IIIB) will alone be eligible to avail of this subsidy
Expansion / Diversification Enterprises:
Existing Manufacturing Enterprises of the above categories which have taken up substantial expansion / diversification of the existing activities, subject to the condition that expansion (or) diversification the involves enhancement of plant and machinery value by atleast 25% of the value of existing plant and machinery and involving enhancement of turnover by 25% for the same product (or) new products lines.
c) Generator subsidy.
Guidelines for availing Generator Subsidy
Following category of manufacturing Enterprises/activities are eligible for generator subsidy:
Eligible Enterprises:
All new and existing Micro, Manufacturing Enterprises with Generator capacity upto 320 KVA.
Ineligible Enterprises
Following list of Enterprises/activities are not eligible for generator subsidy:
  • Micro, Small & Medium Service Enterprises.
  • All applications filed after six months from the date of purchase of the generator set or date of installation of the generator set, whichever is later.
d) Back - Ended Interest Subsidy
Guidelines for availing Back - Ended Interest Subsidy
Eligible enterprises
Micro and Small Enterprises who have availed term loan under Technology upgradation / modernization schemes, National Equity Funds Scheme (Renamed as Micro / Small Enterprises Funding Scheme), Scheme for ISO Certification / R&D under NSIC -SIDCO Consortium and Credit Guarantee Fund Trust Scheme.
Existing Micro and Small Enterprises, which upgrade their existing plant and machinery with the state-of-the-art technology, with or without expansion, by induction of well-established and improved technologies in specified sub-sectors / products as listed in the guidelines on Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme (CLCSS) Scheme of Government of India from time to time / as approved by the Technical Committee headed by the Principal Secretary, MSME Department.
Quantum of Assistance
Credit Guarantee Fund Trust Scheme (CGTMSE):
The interest shall be at the rate of 5% for a maximum of 5 years only irrespective of the period of payment of loan. Further, the maximum amount of back-ended interest subsidy payable per loan shall be Rs.20 lakhs only on loans taken up to Rs.200 lakhs.
Technology up-gradation / modernization Scheme (TUF):
The interest shall be at the rate of 5% for a maximum of 5 years only irrespective of the period of payment of loan. Further, the maximum amount of back-ended interest subsidy payable per loan shall be Rs.25 lakhs only on loans taken up to Rs.500 lakhs
Nodal Agency
  • TIIC - In respect of term loan sanctioned by TIIC.
  • SIDBI - In respect of term loan sanctioned by SIDBI.
  • General Managers of DICs - In respect of term loan sanctioned by Banks.
Mode of payment of subsidy
Interest subsidy shall be reimbursed on a quarterly basis to the financial institutions. The units should be prompt in repayment of loan and interest. If there is any default in repayment of loan and interest as per the schedule of payment fixed by the financial institution, the back-ended interest subsidy will not be paid during the period of default. However, if the Micro or Small Enterprise subsequently pays the installment, interest subsidy alone shall be paid. Penal interest or charges for belated payment, if any, shall not be paid by the Government. The unit should be in operation during the period for which interest subsidy is claimed.
e) Promotion of Energy Audit and Conservation of Energy (PEACE)
Guidelines for availing Energy Audit Subsidy
Preamble
The Government have introduced Promotion of Energy Audit and Conservation of Energy (PEACE) scheme for promoting Energy efficiency in MSME units. Under this scheme the Government will reimburse 75% of the cost of conducting energy audit and 50% of the cost of machinery & equipment’s replaced, retrofit and technology acquired for the purpose of improving the energy efficiency, based on the recommendation of Energy Audit.
Objectives of the Schemes
  • To create awareness & understanding of the importance and implication of energy audit and conservation of energy.
  • Incentives MSMEs to undertake Audit.
  • To enable MSMEs to adopt suitable techniques /technologies to achieve energy efficiency by extending subsidy.
i. PEACE - Incentive for conducting detailed energy audit
  • Main objective is to identify the major sources of energy in use, identifying the lapses in energy usage, identifying areas to improve energy usage, determining the level of consumption of the energy sources, and recommending measures that will enhance energy savings in the industry.
  • Eligible MSMEs shall file its claim within one year from the date of completion of Energy Audit.
  • Bureau of Energy Efficiency empaneled energy auditing firms/Cos., (with auditing teams led by Bureau of Energy Efficiency accredited Energy Auditors) or Bureau of Energy Efficiency accredited individual Energy Auditors only be engaged.
Quantum of Subsidy
  • 75 % of the Energy Audit cost subject to a Maximum of Rs.1.00 lakh per energy audit per unit.
  • Enterprises having more than one unit may also avail this concession, separately for each unit.
  • The overall ceiling on subsidy should be applied not for the original energy audit and subsequent energy audit taken together but should be applied separately for the original energy audit and the subsequent energy audit.
  • There should be a gap of minimum three years between the previous energy audit and the subsequent energy audit i.e., present energy audit.
  • The expenditure incurred towards professional charges of conducting an Energy Audit only is eligible.
ii. PEACE - Incentive for implementing Energy Audit Recommendations
  • The objective is to incentivize MSMEs to implement the recommendations of the Energy Audit Report and to optimize the energy consumption leading to energy saving and money saving in electricity bills.
  • Eligibility - All manufacturing MSMEs in the state which have undertaken energy audit and have achieved atleast 10% energy savings in terms of number of units of energy consumed per unit of product manufactured.
  • 50 % of the cost of the eligible components, subject to a Maximum limit of Rs.10,00,000/-.
  • MSMEs must apply online to DIC/ RJD, Chennai only after three months from the date of implementation of Energy Audit recommendations but within one year from the date of implementation of Energy Audit recommendation.
  • MSMEs shall apply online to the DIC/ RJD, Chennai of the respective district in the prescribed format -II
  • Investments made after the energy audit alone will be eligible for subsidy.
  • The percentage of savings in specific energy consumption (KWh/Kcal per unit of product) shall be reckoned on twelve-month average energy consumption prior to implementation of energy audit recommendation and minimum three-month average after the implementation of the recommendation of Energy audit.
  • The subsidy will be released to the MSME after implementing the recommendations in the Energy Audit Report and duly certified by the energy auditor.
  • If the unit availed loan for the purpose of energy audit, the subsidy will be released to the bank to adjust in the loan account if the loan is in currency.
Ineligible enterprises
  • All micro, small and medium service enterprises
  • All Micro, Small and Medium Manufacturing enterprises which have availed similar subsidy for the same purpose from any other State or Central Government Department/ Agency.
f) Scheme for acquiring Quality Certifications (Q-CERT)
Guidelines for quality certificate
The scheme aims to encourage MSMEs to acquire quality standards/certifications for process and product, such as ISO 9000/ISO 14001/ISO 22000/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)/ Good Hygienic Practices (GHP) / Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Certifications, BIS Certification, Zero Defect and Zero Effect (ZED) Rating or any other international quality certification recognized in India by a competent authority. The government reimburses payments made to Consultancy and certification agencies towards acquiring such Quality Certification subject to a ceiling of Rs.2.00 lakhs for National level certification and Rs.10.00 lakhs for International level Certification.
During the financial year 2020-21, a sum of Rs.60.35 lakhs has been disbursed to 92 MSMEs in the State.
g) Reimbursement of Stamp duty & Registration charges
Guidelines for stamp duty & registration charges
All new Micro and Small enterprises set up in declared 254 industrially backward blocks are eligible to avail 50% reimbursement of stamp duty and Registration charges paid to the Registration department on purchase of land meant for industrial use
h) Subsidy for asset creation for Intellectual Property
Guidelines for leveraging the Intellectual Property Regime (IPR)
  • Subsidy on the cost of Patent Registration in India or abroad.
  • Subsidy on the cost of Trademark / Geographical Indication Registration in India or abroad
Quantum of Assistance
i. For Patent Registration
75% subsidy on the cost of filing of the application for patent Registration including the cost of first –time maintenance fee of the granted application subject to a maximum of Rs3.00 lakh per patent registered.
ii. For Trademark Registration or Geographical Indications (GI)
50% subsidy on the cost of filing application for Trademark Registration including the cost of first-time maintenance fee for the granted application subject to a maximum of Rs25,000/-per Trademark or Geographical Indications registered.
i) Pay Roll subsidy
Guidelines for Pay Roll subsidy
Reimbursement of employee's contribution to the EPF for their employees for the first three years subject to a maximum of Rs.24,000/- per employee per annum, if employment is provided to more than 20 persons.
Eligible Enterprises
  • All new Micro Manufacturing Enterprises setup anywhere in Tamil Nadu.
  • All new Small and Medium Manufacturing Enterprises set up in backward areas and industrial estates excluding the industrial estates located within the radius of 50 km from Chennai city Centre.
  • All Small and Medium Agro-based and Food Processing Enterprises set up in any of the 388 blocks in the State.
j) Scheme for fund raising through SME exchange
Guidelines for subsidy for fund raising - SME
To facilitate high growth potential SMEs in the State to raise equity capital through SME Exchange utilizing IPOs, in both the manufacturing and services sector, Government will provide one-time of 50% of the expenditure incurred for listing, subject to a maximum of Rs 30 lakh for successful listing on the SME Exchange
2. Self-Employment Schemes
a) New Entrepreneur cum Enterprise Development Scheme (NEEDS)
  • Specially devised and specifically implemented for promoting first entrepreneurial projects of first-generation entrepreneurs
  • Aspirants must be of age between 21 - 35 in general and for special (Women/BC/MBC/SC/ST/Ex-servicemen/Transgenders/Differently abled), age relaxation upto 45 years
  • Higher Secondary (+2 Passed)/Degree / Diploma / ITI / Vocational Training
  • Manufacturing or Service projects with Project cost from Rs.10.00 lakhs upto Rs.5.00 crore
  • Promoter’s contribution 10% for General and 5% for Special Category
  • Loan assistance from TIIC / Commercial Banks / TAICO Banks
  • Individual Based Capital Subsidy @ 25% of the Project cost (Maximum Rs.75.00 lakhs)
  • 3% Interest subvention through-out the entire repayment period
b) Unemployed Youth Employment Generation Programme (UYEGP)
  • Scheme for mitigating the unemployment problems of socially and economically weaker sections of the society
  • Applicants must be of age between 18-35 in general and for special (Women/Minorities/ BC/MBC/SC/ST/Ex-servicemen/Transgenders/Differently abled), age relaxation upto 45 years
  • Minimum 8thPass
  • Family income should be below Rs.5.00 lakh
  • Manufacturing / Trading / Service projects with maximum Project costs Rs.15.00 lakh / Rs.5.00 lakh / Rs.5.00 lakh respectively
  • Promoter’s contribution 10% for General and 5% for Special Category
  • Loan assistance from Commercial Banks
  • Individual Based Capital Subsidy @ 25% of the Project cost (Maximum Rs.2.50 lakh)
c) Prime minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)
  • Scheme sponsored by the Union Government to promote self-employment and to mitigate the unemployment problems
  • Applicants must be of age above 18 years
  • Educational qualification not required, But for Manufacturing projects above Rs.10.00 lakh and Service projects above Rs.5.00 lakh the promoter must have minimum 8th Pass
  • Manufacturing / Service projects with maximum Project costs Rs.25.00 lakh / Rs.10.00 lakh
  • Promoter’s contribution 10% for General and 5% for Special Category (SC/ST/OBC / Minorities / Women, Ex-Servicemen, Physically handicapped, NER, Hill and Border areas)
  • Loan assistance from Commercial Banks
  • Margin Money Assistance 15% - 35%.
  • Application shall be filed through online only - kviconline.gov.in/pmegpeportal/
Investment Promotion and Monitoring Board
State Single Window Committee
District Single Window Committee
The MSME Investment Promotion and Monitoring Board shall meet once in every quarter of the year to review and monitor the disposal of applications submitted through single window portal.
Sl. No Members Designation
01. Minister for Rural Industries Chairman
02. Secretary to Government, Finance Department Member
03. Secretary to Government, Revenue Department Member
04. Chief Secretary to Government Member
05. Secretary to Government, MSME Department Member
06. Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce Member, Convener
07. Other nominations by the State Government(if any) Member
Sl. No
Members
Designation
01.
Minister for Rural Industries
Chairman
02.
Secretary to Government, Finance Department
Member
03.
Secretary to Government, Revenue Department
Member
04.
Chief Secretary to Government
Member
05.
Secretary to Government, MSME Department
Member
06.
Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce
Member,
Convener
07.
Other nominations by the State Government(if any)
Member
Commissionerate of Industries and Commerce
  • Meet at such Time and Place as the Chairman of the Board may decide and transact business as per the Prescribed Procedure.
  • Review and monitor the disposal of applications by the MSME District Single Window Committee, MSME State Single Window Committee and the Competent Authorities
  • Provide Strategic Direction and oversee the functioning of MSME District Single Window Committee and MSME State Single Window Committee.
  • Consider and decide cases under Section 26
  • Review any other issue related to Investor Facilitation as put forth by the MSME District Single Window Committee or MSME State Single Window Committee
  • Exercise such other Powers and Perform such other Functions as may be Prescribed.
The MSME State Single Window Committee shall meet once in every calendar month to process the applications received through single window portal
Sl. No Members Designation
01. Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce Chairman
02. Additional Director of Industries and Commerce Member, Convener
03. Director, Town & Country Planning or Member Secretary, CMDA(as applicable) Member
04. Director General, Fire and Rescue Services Department Member
05. Director of Town Panchayats Member
06. Director of Rural Development, Panchayati Raj Member
07. Commissioner, Municipal Administration Member
08. Director of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Member
09. Director of Industrial Safety and Health Member
10. Chief Electrical Inspector, Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate Member
11. Chairman, TANGEDCO Member
12. Chairman, Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Member
13. Director of Boilers Member
14. Commissioner of Labour Member
15. Engineer-in-Chief, WRO, Public Works Department Member
Sl. No
Members
Designation
01.
Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce
Chairman
02.
Additional Director of Industries and Commerce
Member,
Convener
03.
Director, Town & Country Planning or Member Secretary, CMDA(as applicable)
Member
04.
Director General, Fire and Rescue Services Department
Member
05.
Director of Town Panchayats
Member
06.
Director of Rural Development, Panchayati Raj
Member
07.
Commissioner, Municipal Administration
Member
08.
Director of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Member
09.
Director of Industrial Safety and Health
Member
10.
Chief Electrical Inspector, Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate
Member
11.
Chairman, TANGEDCO
Member
12.
Chairman, Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board
Member
13.
Director of Boilers
Member
14.
Commissioner of Labour
Member
15.
Engineer-in-Chief, WRO, Public Works Department
Member
Functions of MSME State Single Window Committee
  • Meet at such Time and Place as the Chairman of the Committee may decide and transact business as per the Prescribed Procedure.
  • Review and monitor the processing of applications by the Competent Authorities
  • Review and monitor the disposal of applications by the MSME District Single Window Committee
  • Consider and decide cases under Sections 24 and 25
  • Forward cases with remarks and relevant documents to the MSME Investment Promotion and Monitoring Board for decision under Section 26
The MSME District Single Window Committee shall meet at least once in every two calendar weeks to process the applications received through Single Window Portal.
Sl. No Members Designation
01.
District Collector
District level Officers from the following Departments in Sl.nos. 2 to 15:
Chairman
02. Regional Joint Director of Industries and Commerce in respect of Chennai District/ General Manager, District Industries Centre for other Districts Member, Convener
03. Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited Member
04. Corporation/ Municipality Member
05. Public Health and Preventive Medicine Department Member
06. Directorate of Town Panchayat Member
07. Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board Member
08. Town & Country Planning / Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority(as applicable) Member
09. Fire and Rescue Services Department Member
10. Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department Member
11. Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health Member
12. Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate Member
13. Directorate of Boilers Member
14. Labour Department Member
15. Chennai Metro Water Supply and Sewerage Board/Water Resources Organisation, Public Works Department Member
16. Not exceeding two members from Trade Associations, Chambers of Commerce, or Technical Experts, as nominated by the Government Member
Sl. No
Members
Designation
01.
District Collector
District level Officers from the following Departments in Sl.nos. 2 to 15:
Chairman
02.
Regional Joint Director of Industries and Commerce in respect of Chennai District/ General Manager, District Industries Centre for other Districts
Member,
Convener
03.
Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited
Member
04.
Corporation/ Municipality
Member
05.
Public Health and Preventive Medicine Department
Member
06.
Directorate of Town Panchayat
Member
07.
Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board
Member
08.
Town & Country Planning / Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority(as applicable)
Member
09.
Fire and Rescue Services Department
Member
10.
Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department
Member
11.
Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health
Member
12.
Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate
Member
13.
Directorate of Boilers
Member
14.
Labour Department
Member
15.
Chennai Metro Water Supply and Sewerage Board/Water Resources Organisation, Public Works Department
Member
16.
Not exceeding two members from Trade Associations, Chambers of Commerce, or Technical Experts, as nominated by the Government
Member
Functions of MSME District Single Window Committee
  • Meet at such Time and Place as the Chairman of the Committee may decide and transact business as per the Prescribed Procedure.
  • Review and monitor the processing of applications by the Competent Authorities.
  • Forward cases with remarks and relevant documents to the MSME State Single Window Committee for decision under Section 24 of the Tamil Nadu Business Facilitation Rules, 2017.
  • Inform the applicant of the date on which the application was received by the Competent Authority and the date on which such application shall be Deemed to have been Approved under Section 12 of the Tamil Nadu Business Facilitation Rules, 2017.
  • Invite Competent Authorities or Experts, who are not Members of the Committee, as special invitees for any meeting of the MSME District Single Window Committee, as desired by the Chairman of the Committee.
  • Exercise such other Powers and Perform such other functions as may be Prescribed.
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