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100 Best MSMEs to Work For

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  • WATCH MSME WATCH

    PEOPLE

    ENTERPRISES

    OF MANUFACTURING OUTPUT

    OF TOTAL EXPORTS

    While the Public Sector Undertakings fuel the Core of Indian Economy, the incredulously large number of

    Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises constitute the seamless source of employment for crores of Indians.

    These MSMEs can do wonders if the vast engineering talent pool of the country can be channelized to

    enhance their value propositions and thereby their competitive edge by pitching in with their know-how.

    This would need a major perception shift by building in a sense of a purpose & trust in the promise and

    potential of MSMEs for national development.

    This would also resolve the spectre of employing the over 10 lakh strong workforce of engineers coming out

    of colleges every year.

    This section would explore some of the most fascinating aspects of MSMEs from an engineers perspective.

    -Editor

  • Piyush Srivastava is best known for his work for the small and medium

    enterprises. For last 6 years Piyush is reporting the development and

    challenges of MSME sector.

    An alumnus of London School of Economics, Piyush Srivastava is

    currently working as a news anchor and special correspondent with

    Zee Business. In his 6 years of experience in journalism Piyush

    realized the potential of Small & Medium enterprises. He feels

    that this sector is the real back bone of Indias economy and its

    MSME Sector is theMSME Sector is the

    of the total industrial output, of the total industrial output,

    and more than 40% and more than 40% of direct exportof direct export

    45%45%

    Piyush SrivastavaPiyush SrivastavaSpecial Correspondent, Zee Business

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    Piyush Srivastava is best known for his work for the small and medium

    enterprises. For last 6 years Piyush is reporting the development and

    challenges of MSME sector.

    An alumnus of London School of Economics, Piyush Srivastava is

    currently working as a news anchor and special correspondent with

    Zee Business. In his 6 years of experience in journalism Piyush

    realized the potential of Small & Medium enterprises. He feels

    that this sector is the real back bone of Indias economy and its

    MSME Sector is theMSME Sector is the2nd largest employer. 2nd largest employer. which contributes more than which contributes more than

    of the total industrial output, of the total industrial output,

    and more than 40% and more than 40% 45%45%

    engineers can fill this gap. Government is trying its

    best to promote the manufacturing and the young

    engineers need to take advantage of the government

    schemes such as Credit Guarantee Scheme where

    banks provide a loan up to 1Cr without any collateral

    or security to the first generation entrepreneurs.

    Whats new in the third season of Zee Emerging

    Business Forum? How can the various engineering

    colleges leverage from this forum?

    The 3rd season of Emerging Business Forum will focus

    on detailed solution of specific problems of

    entrepreneurs. At this point, I cant share much detail

    but this year I am trying to make it the biggest SME

    forum of India. There will be a lot of take away for the

    budding entrepreneurs.

    What makes you so passionate about the SME

    sector? What more is on the cards for this emerging

    sector?

    This sector is the 2nd largest employer. This is the

    sector, which contributes more than 45% of the total

    industrial output, more than 40% of direct export.

    These facts make me passionate for this sector. But we

    need better policy frame work and much better

    infrastructure to boost the moral of this sector. I

    strongly believe that only this sector can make India a

    developed Nation.

    Tell us more about Zee Emerging Business Forum?

    What has been its impact/influence on the SME

    sector?

    Emerging Business Forum is an on ground and on air

    TV series that provides a unique setting for

    engagement and exchange of ideas, and enables SME

    clusters to imbibe quality management processes and

    innovation for business growth. It is a platform where

    SMEs absorb success stories, best practices, and get

    mentoring by eminent entrepreneurs.

    You would be anchoring the Zee Emerging Business

    Forums third edition this year? What has been your

    experience with the SME leaders year on year? From

    these interactions of yours, what future do you see

    for SMEs?

    In last 2 years Ive met more than 15,000

    entrepreneurs across countries and it was an amazing

    experience. There were many entrepreneurs who

    touched my heart, I am deeply moved by their spirit of

    entrepreneurship. After meeting all these successful

    entrepreneurs, I have realized that money is never the

    obstacle to start a business. Its the willpower which

    matters and not the resources. As of now the best

    example of spirit of entrepreneurship, I have seen in

    Tirupur. Where more than 80% of the 1st generation

    entrepreneurs never been to school but today they

    export Rs.20,000 Cr worth of knitwear products.

    India has got an installed capacity of producing

    around 14.54 engineers every year? This poses a

    great challenge for their due employment? What

    kind of career avenues can SMEs offer to this vast

    talent pool of engineering graduates?

    I have no doubt that this sector is the backbone of our

    economy and the future belongs to this sector. We

    need a country of billion entrepreneurs.

    There is a huge potential for all the budding

    engineers. We can only become a developed nation

    when we increase share of manufacturing sector in

    our GDP, which is currently just a little above 15%.

    With the downfall in the manufacturing sector now

    there is a huge gap in demand and supply, we cant

    afford to become the Euro Zone. The western

    economies are falling due to major decline in the

    manufacturing sector. Therefore, the budding

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    I strongly believe that only

    the MSME sector can make India a developed Nation

  • MSME ENGINEERING

    CLUSTERS IN INDIA

    Andhra Pradesh

    Hyderabad

    Balanagar

    Bihar

    Barauni

    Chattisgarh

    Raipur

    Delhi

    Okhla

    Naraina

    Mayapuri

    Gujarat

    Ahmedabad

    Rajkot

    Bhavnagar

    Surat

    Haryana

    Karnal

    Faridabad

    Gurgaon

    Pinjore

    Samalkha

    Rohtak

    Ambala

    Himachal Pradesh

    Parwanoo

    Jammu & Kashmir

    Jammu

    Jharkhand

    Adityapur

    Bokaro

    Jamshedpur

    Karnataka

    Dharwad

    Bangalore

    Belgaum

    Madhya Pradesh

    Pithampur

    Dewas

    Bhopal

    Maharashtra

    Jalgaon

    Ahmednagar

    Aurangabad

    Gadchiroli

    Sindhudurg

    Mumbai

    Pune

    Jalna

    Kolhapur

    Nagpur

    Sangli

    Orissa

    Cuttack

    Punjab

    Jalandhar

    Patiala

    Ludhiana

    Batala

    Mandi Govindgarh

    Rajasthan

    Jaipur

    Nagaur

    Tamil Nadu

    Coimbatore

    Chennai

    Tiruchirappalli

    Uttar Pradesh

    Varanasi

    Noida

    Agra

    Ghaziabad

    Hathras

    Uttaranchal

    Roorkee

    West Bengal

    Howrah

    Jhalda Proper

    Taltala

    Kalyanpur

    ORISSA

    (ODISHA)

    ORISSA

    (ODISHA)

    JHARKHANDJHARKHAND

    WEST

    BENGAL

    WEST

    BENGAL

    BIHARBIHAR

    SIKKIMSIKKIM

    ASSAM

    (ASOM)

    ASSAM

    (ASOM)

    MEGHALAYAMEGHALAYA

    TRIPURATRIPURA

    NAGALANDNAGALAND

    MIZORAMMIZORAM

    ARUNACHAL

    PRADESH

    ARUNACHAL

    PRADESH

    MANIPURMANIPUR

    YANAM (PUDUCHERRY)YANAM (PUDUCHERRY)

    VARANASIVARANASI

    KalyanpurKalyanpur

    HOWRAHHOWRAH

    TaltalaTaltala

    Jhalda ProperJhalda Proper

    JamshedpurJamshedpur

    BOKAROBOKARO

    CUTTACKCUTTACK

    AdityapurAdityapur

    BARAUNIBARAUNI

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    Agricultural Implements

    Agricultural Implements & Tractor Trailer

    Auto Components

    Ball Bearing

    Bicycle Parts

    Castings & Forging

    Castings & Metal Fabrication

    Copper Coated Wires

    Cutting Tools

    Electric Motors

    Electrical Equipments

    Electrical Goods

    Electronic Goods

    Engineering & Fabrication

    Engineering Equipment

    Forging

    Foundry

    Hand Pumpsets

    Handtools

    Industrial Fasteners

    Light Engineering

    M S Rods

    Machine Tools

    Mechanical Engineering Equipment

    Metal Fabrication

    Nuts/Bolts

    Oil Mills Machinery

    Scientific Instruments

    Sheetwork (Globe, Lamp)

    Steel Re-rolling

    Surgical Instruments

    Survey Instruments

    Textile Machinery

    Textile Machinery Parts

    Wet Grinding Machines

    KOLHAPURKOLHAPUR

    JHARKHANDJHARKHAND

    MADHYA PRADESHMADHYA PRADESH

    RAJASTHANRAJASTHAN

    UTTAR PRADESHUTTAR PRADESH

    HARYANAHARYANA

    CHENNAICHENNAI

    KACHCHHKACHCHH

    JAMMUJAMMU

    POKPOK

    JAMMU AND KASHMIRJAMMU AND KASHMIR

    UTTARAKHANDUTTARAKHAND

    GUJARATGUJARAT

    YANAM (PUDUCHERRY)YANAM (PUDUCHERRY)

    KERALAKERALA

    ANDHRA

    PRADESH

    ANDHRA

    PRADESH

    R A N N O F K A C H C H HR A N N O F K A C H C H H

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