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FOSTERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Collector T. Soundiah launches the website of District Industries Centre in Tiruchi on Wednesday. —
FOSTERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Collector T. Soundiah launches the website of District Industries Centre in Tiruchi on Wednesday. —

Staff Reporter

Links to websites useful to entrepreneurs

TIRUCHI: District Industries Centre (DIC) has taken the multifarious self-employment and entrepreneurship opportunities inherent in the schemes of Central and State governments to the doorsteps of netizens by launching its website: www.dictiruchi.in.

The website presents a comprehensive picture of the district’s history, infrastructural facilities, industrial growth, statistical data about industries along with details of industrial clusters, and information on the industrial estates of SIDCO (Small Industries Development Corporation), and Electrical and Electronic estate functioning under the Department of Industries and Commerce.

Subsidy schemes for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises announced in the new MSME Policy – 2008 of the Government of Tamil Nadu, and schemes of MSME implemented by the Central Government have been described.

Applications for the various subsidy schemes can be downloaded from the website, according to DIC officials.

Alongside the details on performance of industrial cooperatives functioning under DIC, and performance of Micro and Small Enterprises Facilitation Council constituted for checking delayed payments for MSEs could be accessed in the website, the procedure for petitioning the Council has also been explained. The page on useful links hosts the addresses of various websites that will be of immense use to entrepreneurs.

Collector T. Soundiah launched the website on Wednesday in the presence of the DIC General Manager B. Bhaskaran, Chief Regional Manager of Indian Overseas Bank V.N.S. Lakshmi Narayanan and other senior officials.

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