The State Governments and the Central Government of India announce various schemes, in order to promote economic activity in various sectors. These schemes provide benefits in various forms to the Entrepreneurs.
The benefits could be in form of:
- Financial aid for infrastructure development
- Financial aid for technology development
- Tax cuts / rebates
- Power tariff subsidies
- Subsidized land registration charges Etc.
The Government has placed very stringent norms, which the entrepreneurs have to adhere with, in order to receive the financial aid / benefit. The adherence to the norms has to be documented perfectly. Any mistake made in the documentation / application will lead to rejection of aid / benefit to the business. With our immense experience in this area we can help you prepare error free applications and documentation. And with the help of our deeply rooted network and good will in various Govt. offices we can ensure the timely release of aid / benefit to your business.
We have helped many businesses get aid / benefit from the following schemes
List of Services
- Financial Assistance provided by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India under Pradhan Mantri Kisan SAMPADA Yojana
- The government of India has approved the continuation of the Central Sector Scheme – Pradhan Mantri Kisan SAMPADA Yojana with an allocation of Rs. 4,600 crore for the period 2021-22 to 2025-26 Read More MoFPI
The main objectives of the NHB are to improve integrated development of Horticulture industry and to help in coordinating, sustaining the production and processing of fruits and vegetables. Detailed objectives of the Board are as under... Read More NHB
National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) offers financing solutions with interest rates starting from 4.5% p.a. They offer short- and long-term refinancing along with direct lending. The tenure of the refinancing can range from 18 months to more than 5 years.
NABARD is a financial institution that was set up by the Indian government to promote sustainable agriculture and rural development in the country. Read More NABARD
Apeda is an act for the Development and Growth of export of scheduled commodities. It furnishes financial assistance, information, guidelines towards the advancement of scheduled products. The products prescribed under the APEDA Act are considered as schedule products and exporters of such scheduled products are compelled to register under APEDA. Read More APEDA
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector has emerged as a highly vibrant and dynamic sector of the Indian economy over the last five decades. MSMEs not only play crucial role in providing large employment opportunities at comparatively lower capital cost than large industries but also help in industrialization of rural & backward areas, thereby, reducing regional imbalances, assuring more equitable distribution of national income and wealth. Read More Ministry of MSME
SFAC is implementing the central schemes of Government of India namely VCA, EGCGS for economic inclusion of small and marginal farmers in agribusiness activities. Read More SFAC
- To provide holistic growth of the horticulture sector through an area based regionally differentiated strategies
- To enhance horticulture production, improve nutritional security and income support to farm households
- NHM is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme in which Government of India contributes 85% and 15% is by the State Governments. All states covered under National Horticulture Mission excluding few states. National Horticulture Mission is a flagship scheme and it covers almost all sections of horticulture development from Nursery level to Marketing level Read More NHM
The Agriculture Infrastructure Fund aims to mobilize a medium - long term debt finances facility for investment in viable projects for post-harvest management Infrastructure and community farming assets through incentives and financial support in order to improve agriculture infrastructure in the country... Read More AIF
The Government of Telangana is determined to create an ecosystem for ease of doing business in the state that matches and even exceeds the best global standards.
Until now a total of 2991 industries have been accorded approvals involving an investment of Rs. 50827 Cr, including investments from TSGENCO. So far, 1138 industries have commenced commercial production, 405 are in advance stages of completion and the rest are under various stages of construction. Read More Telangana Industrial Policy
Andhra Pradesh is a leading destination for industrial investment in India. The state boasts of the second longest coastline within the country and 6 operational ports. Additionally, Andhra Pradesh is blessed with abundant mineral resources, agricultural base and surplus electricity. The state has a good industrial base in pharma, electronics, food processing, textiles, and automotive set up over several decades. Read More Andhra Pradesh Industrial Policy
The Agricultural and Processed food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) was established by the Government of India with a primary objective of development and promotion of export of agriculture products. As a part of achieving this objective, APEDA has introduced Export Infrastructure Development Scheme. Read More APFPS
Nature has blessed Chhattisgarh State with abundance of precious minerals and forest resources. The strategic & convenient geographical location of the State connects almost half of the population of the country as neighboring States. This natural endowment is prime factor for development of the State. Almost 44% of the total area of the State is covered by dense forest full of biodiversity... Read More Chattisgarh Industrial Policy
Karnataka is a land of immense opportunity and innovation. It is ideally positioned to make the future happen today. The State's manufacturing process is supported by critical enablers such as: thriving ecosystem, highly skilled and talented workforce, empowering institutional & policy environment; favourable business climate and robust infrastructure Read More Karnataka Industrial Policy
Maharastra State Government has recently declared the New Industrial Policy – 2019 also called as Package Scheme of Incentives (PSI) to ensure sustained industrial growth through various innovative initiatives so as to further improve the conducive industrial climate in the State and to provide global competitive edge to the industries in the State. Maharashtra intents to be a major contributor to Nations Economy, by strengthening its numero uno position and “Magnetic Maharashtra” ...Read More PSI for MSME
Maharastra State Government has recently declared the New Industrial Policy – 2019 also called as Package Scheme of Incentives (PSI) to ensure sustained industrial growth through various innovative initiatives so as to further improve the conducive industrial climate in the State and to provide global competitive edge to the industries in the State... Read More PSI for Large Scale
Madhya Pradesh has been at forefront in promoting industrial growth by offering gamut of incentives to promote rapid industrialization, and is able to harness its strengths to expand its economy with the support of conducive policies. State has identified thrust sectors including Auto and auto components, Textiles, Tourism, IT/ITEs, Healthcare, Skill development, Pharmaceutical, Renewable energy, Biotechnology and Logistic & warehousing which provide the required impetus to the economic growth. Read More MP Industrial Policy
The Vision Tamil Nadu 2023 identifies manufacturing as one among the ten thrust areas for the acceleration of economy and achievement of various long term goals. This will increase the footprint of high-value-addition activities in the State, in line with its natural and human endowments, and more importantly, enhance the level of direct and indirect employment. A highly developed manufacturing sector necessarily needs a dynamic and vibrant MSME sector. Read More Tamilnadu Industrial Policy
Industries Department 'is responsible for promotion of all-round industrial development of the State and by that generates employment, attracts investment and become instrumental in the economic development of the State. Manufacturing continue to be an important facet of industries and plays a critical role in the economic development in Odisha through value addition to the natural resources. Read More Orissa Industrial Policy