Indian Industries Association sets up MSME Development Centre in Lucknow
Lucknow, June 20 (KNN) With the objective to enhance the knowledge and skills of MSME owners as well as employees through structured need analysis and training, the Indian Industries Association (IIA) has set up a self-financed Development Centre here.
The objective of setting up of the Centre called as IMDC is to develop new entrepreneurs and provide them handholding services for setting up their enterprises successfully.
The Centre would also conduct research, studies and surveys for the development of MSMEs.
Talking to KNN, President of IIA, Manish Goel said, “We have set up a separate MSME development centre for the growth and performance of MSMEs in which the developmental programmes will take place and renowned speakers will be called for the different sessions.”
He said it is a self-financed institution with an objective to give knowledge to the MSMEs on technology, finance, taxation, cybercrime.
Vikram Singh (Ex DGP UP) and a Pro- Chancellor, Noida International University who is a renowned speaker and trainer on man management team building, crisis management, values & ethics inaugurated this centre here on Saturday.
A two days programme on 'Capacity Building for Higher performance and Growth' was also flagged off on the inaugural day of the centre which is being attended by about 50 delegates from different parts of the state including 3 delegates form Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. (KNN Bureau)