A Study on Competitive Performance and Progress of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in India

Keywords: Competitiveness, Sustainable Growth, Progress, Sustainable Contribution, Industrial Economy, Industrial Production and Exports


The MSMEs have established an important fragment of the Indian economy as far as its contribution to the nation’s industrial production, exports, employment and creation of a consumerist base. The government built up the service of Small Scale Industries and Agro and Rural Industries (SSI & ART) in October 1999 as the nodal service for the formulation of arrangements and programs, their accomplishment and related coordination, to supplement the endeavors of the states for promotion and development of this class of industries in India. MSME has been acknowledged as the Indian motor of economic development and for promoting evenhanded development. The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are apropos viewed as the foundation of the Indian economy. The little scale part possesses a position of prominence in the Indian economy, adding to over half of the industrial production esteem accumulation terms. The segment represents 33% of the export income and employs the biggest workforce besides agribusiness. MSMEs are recognized as one important constituent of the national economies. The MSMEs ought to be urged to make an economic contribution to the national pay, employment and exports. SMEs territory major employment provider and contributor to GDP, they are troubled with the duty of employing while simultaneously encountering moderate moving development given partitioning horticulture segment and globalization. The MSME comprise over 90% of all out enterprises in the greater part of the economics and are credited with creating the most elevated paces of employment development and record for a significant offer industrial production and exports. In India, the MSMEs assume an indispensable job in the general industrial economy of the nation. It is evaluated that as far as worth, the area represents about 39% of the manufacturing yield and around 33% of the all-out exports of the nation. Further, in recent years the MSME Sector has consistently enrolled higher development pace of contrasted with the general industrial part. Hence, the present study has been focused on highlighting the statistical overview of the competitive performance and progress of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in India.

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