PMEGP & PROJECT REPORT
PMEGP & PROJECT REPORT
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is a legal authority that offers a food license to all food business operators (FBO) in India. All the FBOs must follow all the rules and regulations of FSSAI for food quality control. An FBO requires a FSSAI License or Registration and it all depends upon certain factors like the size of production, managing nature of food business activities, and range of operations. In the FSSAI Registration process, the FBO will get a 14 digit number that needs to be printed on food packages. FSSAI Registration ensures the security of food products and it is essentially a food safety certificate circulated by the food authority in India. All the manufacturers, traders, restaurants, grocery shops, importers and exporters, etc. are eligible for issuing a FSSAI Licence. FSSAI Licensing assures that food products undergo specific quality checks, thereby decreasing the cases of adulteration, substandard products. Bandhu e-Services provides FSSAI online registration and licenses all over India. We can help you to get a FSSAI License which can enhance the quality of your food if you are interested in the food business in Delhi.
Any individual who is above 18 years of age. The person should have passed at least the 8th standard for a manufacturing sector project costing above Rs. 10 lakh, and a business/service sector costing above Rs. 5 lakh.
Registration with the KVIC/KVIBs/State DICs under the Scheme is voluntary. No
registration fee will be charged from the beneficiaries and the funds available under
Forward and Backward linkage will be utilized to meet expenses on documentation
cost, etc. Beneficiary will submit quarterly report about production, sales, employment,
wages paid etc. to the State/Regional Director of the KVIC/KVIB/State DIC, and KVIC
will in turn analyze and submit a consolidated report to the Ministry of MSME, every six months.
PMEGP & PROJECT REPORT Procedure
Documents Required For PMEGP & PROJECT REPORT
Steps For Getting The PMEGP & PROJECT REPORT
Conceive a business idea to start a new enterprise in manufacturing or service sector.
FAQs FOR PMEGP & PROJECT REPORT
Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) is a credit-linked subsidy programme introduced by the government of India in 2008. PMEGP is a merger of two schemes, namely, Prime Minister’s Rojgar Yojna and Rural Employment Generation Programme.
|Sr No||Project Name|
|6||BESAN MANUFACTURING UNIT ( AGRO BASED FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY )|
|7||BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING SCHEME ( AGRO BASED FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY )|
|8||CASHEWNUT PROCESSING ( AGRO BASED FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY )|
|9||CATTLE / POULTRY FEED SCHEME ( AGRO BASED FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY )|
|Interest rate||11% to 12%|
|Loan limit||₹ 9.50 Lakh to ₹ 23.75 Lakh|
|Maximum project cost||Manufacturing sectors: ₹ 25 Lakh Service sectors: ₹ 10 Lakh|
|Subsidy||15% to 35%|
|Tenure||3 years to 7 years|
(v) PMEGP is applicable to all new viable micro enterprises, including Village Industries projects except activities indicated in the negative list of Village Industries. Existing/old units are not eligible (Para 29 of the guidelines refers).
- Conceive a business idea to start a new enterprise in manufacturing or service sector.
- Identify suitable location, building, plant and machinery etc. …
- Make a Project Report/ Business Plan, so that you can enter the details in the application.
ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (EDP) FOR PMEGP BENEFICIARIES. 1. INTRODUCTION: To motivate, inspire, confidence and build capacity for establishment of an enterprise, manage and sustain the unit successfully by beneficiary.