Exclusive schemes for Delhi
Federation of Indian Women
It is a national level organisation that was founded in 1993. It is focussed towards women empowerment through developing their entrepreneurial possibilities and making them economically strong. It provides EDP training, skill development and training, technical know-how, industry research and expertise. The organisation functions under Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojna (SGSY).
Consortium of Women Entrepreneurs of India
The organisation is based in New Delhi and it works in collaboration with Ministry of Rural Development. It supports the BPL families of India. It is mainly directed towards sustainable economic development and empowerment of women in the rural part of India. It empowers the families by providing them with income generating activities.
The organisation provides livelihood for the poor families who are living under poverty. The income generating opportunities are mainly created for the women who are from underprivileged background. The organisation is focussed to empower women and it has successfully enabled 1000 women to become employable by helping the, with professional qualifications. It has trained more than 400 women who are working as professional drivers presently.
The organisation is a part of global federation and is a registered Indian organisation. It is governed by independent General Assembly. The aim of the organisation is a world without poverty, patriarchy and injustice. It is a community based organisation that works for upliftment of community through empowerment of its people.
Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC)
This commission was established under the Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act 1956. It is a statutory body that encourages the development of Khadi and Village industries in India. It not only promotes the rural industries but also creates employment opportunities for the poor of the country. The development of rural industries also stops migration of rural population to cities which prevents over population of cities.
Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Rural Industrialisation (MGIRI)
It was established under the Societies (Registration) Act, 1860. The society is established at Wardha, Maharashtra for Research and Development Activities. The main objectives of the Institute are quality control, training and dissemination of technology related information.
The statutory body was established under the Coir Industry Act, 1953 with the objective of sustainable development of coir industry and improvement of living conditions of the workers engaged in coir industry. The objectives of the board include scientific, technological and economic research and activities related to development of the industry, development and improvisation of new and old products produced, and marketing of coir products.
National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) Ltd
It was established in the year 1955 by Government of India with the aim of promoting, strengthening and assisting the small scale industries in the country. The corporation provides various kinds of support services like raw material procurement, product marketing, credit rating, acquisition of technologies, and adoption of modern management practices.
National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NI-MSME)
The institute caters for the training of entrepreneurs for the promotion of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). The institute was established in Hyderabad as an autonomous society. It develops training modules, undertakes research and training activities and provides consultancy services for development of entrepreneurship in the country.
National Board for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NB MSME)
The board facilitates coordination and inter-institutional linkages for the development and promotion of MSME. The board consist of 47 members and 20 non-official members. It is an apex advisory body which provides advice to Government related to MSME development. The Minister In charge of MSME is the Chairman of the Board.