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SIDBI

  1. 1. ROLE OF SIDBI IN INDIAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT PRESENTED BY MEGHA PRAVEEN PRAVESH
  2. 2. The government of INDIA set up the small industries development bank of INDIA (SIDBI) under a special act of the parliament in October 1989 as wholly owned subsidiary of the IDBI . The bank commenced it’s operations from April 2, 1990 with it’s head office in LUCKNOW. The SIDBI has taken over the outstanding portfolio of the IDBI relating to the small scale sector. It is the principal financial institution of the promotional, financing, development of the MSMEs and for the coordination of functions of the institution engaged in similar activities. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. Mission “To facilitate and strengthen credit flow to MSMEs and address both financial and developmental gaps in the MSME eco-system”. Vision To emerge as a single window for meeting the financial and developmental needs of the MSME sector to make it strong, vibrant and globally competitive by providing modern technology platform.
  4. 4. OBJECTIVE OF SIDBI
  5. 5. Finance Refinance Discounting and Rediscounting Soft loan and seed capital Support to SSIDC and NSIC Technological upgradation and modernisation (under TDMF scheme) Providing marketing channels Promote employment oriented industries Promotional and development activities ROLE OF SIDBI
  6. 6. ROLE OF SIDBI IN MAKE IN INDIA SOFT LOAN FUND IN MSME SECTOR
  7. 7. MAKE IN INDIA SOFT LOAN FUND INTRODUCTION This is a major new national program designed for new/ existing MSMEs to;  facilitate investment,  foster innovation,  enhance skill development,  protect intellectual property  build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure  Provide growth opportunities  Provide timely and adequate financial assistance at competitive rates through soft loan fund.
  8. 8. Some of those 25 identified sectors are:- 1. Automobile 2. Aviation 3. Constructions 4. Food processing 5. Media and entertainment MAKE IN INDIA CAMPAIGN HAS IDENTIFIED 25 SELECTED SECTORS OF MSME
  9. 9. 6. Oil and gas 7. Railways 8. Renewable energy 9. Roads and highways 10.Textile and garments
  10. 10. All MSMEs as per MSMED Act 2006. Emphasis on financing smaller enterprises within MSMEs and also new enterprises in manufacturing as well as service sector. Existing enterprises undertaking expansion/ modernization/ technology Upgradation/ other projects for growing their business. Focus on all the identified 25 sectors. In addition to help MSMEs across other sectors, deserving proposals from any other sector can also be assisted on merits. NOTE :- Loans extended under the scheme cannot be used for repayment of earlier loans. ELIGIBLE ENTERPRISES
  11. 11.  The main objective of SIDBI is to provide the financial assistance to all SSIs and MSMEs throughout the India through its various schemes by making use of various institutions which are engaged in its activities.  SIDBIs motive is promoting industrial development in India, it emphasizes on the SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES and not to earn much profits.  The larger portion of the profits are utilised for the payment of interest to long term securities.  It made it possible to meet almost all the essential requirements of SSI and MSME. CONCLUSIO N
  12. 12. PRESENTED TO: MA’AM DR. SHILPA SHARMA THANK YOU

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