PR No.- 356
In this Amrit kaal we shall strive to move towards Atma Nirbharta; Atma Nirbharta can only be achieved with the MSMEs leading from the front, Shri Narayan Rane Hon’ble Union Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Government of India
Addressing the members and industry stakeholders at the PHDCCI’s States’ Policy Conclave, 2022, with the theme Make in India, Make in the World, Shri Narayan Rane Hon’ble Union Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Government of India mentioned that India’s G 20 Presidency year is crucial for the industry and all stakeholders associated with the sector
Shri Narayan Rane, Hon’ble Union Minister Of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Government of India, mentioned that MSMEs are the driving engine of the economic growth of the country which not only generates employment but also strengthens socio-economic growth of the Indian economy. 30% contribution in Indian GDP is by the MSME sector.
In this Amrit kaal we shall strive to move towards Atma Nirbharta; Atma Nirbharta can only be achieved with the MSMEs leading from the front
Today, as global recession clouds loom around the world economies, India can shield itself by strengthening the MSMEs sector and making it more resilient, added Hon’ble Minister
40% of the Indian exports are contributed by the MSMEs and an institution like PHDCCI which is the voice of the MSME will play an integral role in increasing the Indian Exports and reducing Imports, said Shri Narayan Rane
The future of any business is highly dependent on innovation, especially in today’s changing world. It is pertinent to focus on building innovative technologies and capacities of our MSMEs, the Hon’ble minister urged PHDCCI to come forward and provide the needed guidance and hand holding to the Indian MSMES.
Government is working towards the Goal of achieving a 10 trillion economy which will in turn boost the manufacturing industry, generate employment and will boost economic development of the country, said Shri Rane.
Addressing the PHDCCI’s States’ Policy Conclave, 2022, with the theme Make in India, Make in the World, Shri Sanjay Kumar Jha, Minister of Water Resource Department, Information and Public Relation Department, Government of Bihar , said Bihar holds immense opportunities, rural economy to ecology to urban cities, all gauge equal attention of the Government, here today.
Shri Sanjay Kumar Jha, Minister of Water Resource Department, Information and Public Relation Department, Government of Bihar has been of the top priority of the Bihar Government, women are now leading from the front and the state has witnessed a sharp fall in woman fertility due to the States progressive women empowerment policies.
Mr Jha mentioned that Flood is a recurring problem in Bihar, disrupting the economic activities and taking the lives of many due to the floods, to curtail the perennial issue of flooding the Bihar Government has constructed the barrage to disrupt the natural flow causing flood in the state and on the other side channelizing the same flood water into potable water of river ganga.
The Hon’ble Minister urged the Central Government to initiate the national stilt water policy for Bihar at the earliest, as the state government is keenly awaiting the same, to solve the rising issue of floods.
Bihar textile Leather Policy 2022 launched recently to make Bihar the major textile hub is one of the significant steps taken towards building a strong state economy. All areas from rural economy to ecology to urban cities are covered under the visionary leadership of our Hon’ble Chief Minister, said Mr Jha.
Dr Bindeshwar Pathak, Founder Sulabh Sanitation, Highlighted on the theme Make in India and make for the world to solve the persistent problem of sanitation in India and across different parts of the World.
Along with ensuring Ease of Doing Business in the economy, it is also important to focus on the concept of sustainability with proper waste management through technology advancement. In the past India has been successful in managing humans, converting the soil into fertilized manure rich in essential bacteria for a healthy and bumper harvest.
Smt R Vanitha, Chief Director, National Cooperative Development Corporation, NCDC, Appreciated PHDCCI for working closely with the Government of Madhya Pradesh. Ms R Vinita while highlighting the prominent role of NCDC in upliftment of co-operative society by extending loans for women and other citizens who aspire to build co-operatives. She also highlighted the Pan –India presence of the successful cooperatives benefiting the different sections of the society.
Mr. Thampy Koshi, CEO, ONDC, appreciated collaboration of ONDC-PHDCCI to provide handholding to the industry. He presented a big picture of the ONDC role and its functions. The main aim of ONDC is to create an open network for the consumer to provide a wide visibility through displaying his catalogue.
He also talked about the setbacks of the e- commerce market which is ruled by the big players through proprietary strategy platforms which is the main cause of harm to the small and medium industry. To overcome this challenge ONDC is in line to create a genuine network of buyer and seller to provide equal opportunity and visibility to all, across the globe.
Mr. Manjeev Singh Puri , India’s Former Ambassador to Nepal ,EU, Belgium and Luxembourg ,highlighted how we can leverage fruitful outcomes out of G20 ,not only beneficial for India, but for the whole world. India’s presidency at G20 is all about human centric globalization. It is expected to have a large scale impact on intergovernmental policy formulation and discussion that will influence the new world order and set the global post pandemic economic agenda.
Dr. Shankar Prasad Sharma, Ambassador of Nepal to India, congratulated India on G20 presidency. He mentioned that this opportunity will provide India to come in the league of not only the developing world but also the developed world. He said that there should be four priority areas namely Energy, connectivity, Digitization or digital connectivity and climate cooperation in south Asian countries, which will help not only one but all the countries together to prosper.
India – Nepal are working together in several areas but need much more attention towards connectivity especially regional; connectivity. Prioritization of these areas should not get diluted added,
Shri Saurabh Sanyal, CEO & Secretary General, PHDCCI, while presenting a formal vote of thanks also mentioned that states and their economic activities plays a major role in India’s global image and drive G20 presidency year from the front
Dr Ranjeet Mehta, Deputy Secretary General, PHDCCI, deliberated on the sustainable future with focus on environment and sustainable ecosystem, mentioning that each one of us should contribute toward climate mitigation to ensure a cleaner and greener future for our next generation.
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry