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If you want to apply for an MSME loan you can go to your respective lender and check whether they provide MSME loans and you can apply for them. Or for an easier process, you can apply for an MSME loan online on the Udyami Mitra official website. While applying online, you would have a wider range of lenders - banks, NBFCs, Fintechs, etc. People who are having trouble applying can get help from the portal. You can get the right agency or person to fill out the form on your behalf. This facility is called HAVE(Hand Holding in a Virtual Environment).

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Eligibility for an MSME loan depends on the return on investment and the profitability of the project that is to be set up. Any lender you approach will approve your loan if they are assured repayment. The general conditions that lenders look at are technical/economic viabilities, promoters contribution and collateral securities. Your business will have to be involved in either of the two classes - manufacturing or service sector. Investment limits for micro, small and medium enterprises vary based on the stage of where the business is at now and the size of the business.

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The Ministry of MSME had clarified that Udyog Aadhar Memorandum portal is the official website for MSME registration and there is no registration fee. Filling out the Udyog Aadhar Memorandum can be done only through the portal created by the Ministry. There is no registration fee charged for this purpose. The registration process is simple and you wouldn’t need to seek any third party assistance. If assistance is necessary, they can get help from their respective District Industries Centre for filing their Udyog Aadhar Memorandum.

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MSME registration is not mandatory, but registering will get you many benefits from the government. These benefits include credit at low interest rates, incentives on products for export, excise exemption, statuary aid such as reservations etc.

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Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises consist of industries from the manufacturing sector and the service sector. The manufacturing sector prepares products from raw materials and other commodities. This includes textiles, food, chemicals, machines and equipment.

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Zero defect Zero Effect (ZED) certification was introduced to urge industries, especially Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) , to manufacture goods in the country with “Zero Defects” so that the exported goods are never returned due to bad quality. Goods that are certified should also ensure that they have “Zero Effect”, which means that the goods shouldn’t have a negative effect on the environment.

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There is no difference between MSME and SSI. Small Scale Industries (SSI) are those industries in which manufacturing of goods, production of goods and providing services are all done on a small scale or micro scale. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) loans are given by the government to people who want to invest in their businesses and are in the manufacturing and service sector. Both MSME and SSI have manufacturing and service sector, but SSIs manufacture goods or provide services with the help of relatively fewer machines and workers.

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Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) loans are given by the government, to the people who want to invest in their businesses. They are classified into two categories: Manufacturing enterprises and Service enterprises. Manufacturing enterprises engage in the manufacture or production of goods or employing plants and machinery. The service enterprises are engaged in providing services and are defined in terms of investment in equipment.

Starting to save for the long haul is important. It’s better if you start planning for your future financial needs as early as possible. If you start early, you will be able to save more and create a good corpus amount that you need for your retirement. Financial planning should be kept separate from short term and medium-term goals, such as buying property or for the education of your children. You have to estimate how much you would need for your retirement and separate your savings from short term and medium term spends. 

Most of the banks and NBFCs provide MSME loans to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. The interest rates on the MSME loans range from 8.50% to 17% depending on the business profile and internal policies of the lender. The best bank for MSME loans can be the one that caters to your requirement at lower interest rates. It purely depends on your business credit profile and the lender’s policies. The following are the interest rates offered on MSME loans by various lenders.

The government, in collaboration with, Small Industries Development Bank of India(SIDBI), has launched a portal through which one can apply for a business loan online. This initiative was started to ease access to credit to individuals and MSMEs. It aims at automation and digitalization of various processes of business loans in such a way that a borrower gets an in-principle approval letter in less than 59 minutes. The borrower will be given the flexibility to choose their own lender.

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