Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme
Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme
As a measure to advance the productivity and competitiveness of the Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) and for their organizations in the country, the Government of Tamil Nadu has initiated a measure known as Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme. The task of administering and implementing this scheme is entrusted with the Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Limited (TIIC). Tamil Nadu Government provides financial assistance to New or Existing Units in Micro and Small Enterprises with an overall project outlay of Rs.50.00 lakhs under this MSE funding scheme. In this article, we will look at the Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme in detail.
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- To upgrade the infrastructural facilities in new or existing industrial areas of MSEs by providing financial assistance
- For Creation of Fixed Assets in and Small Enterprises (MSE)
- To improve the growth of Micro / Small Enterprises by developing the technology, skills, and quality, market access, access to capital,
- To increase the potential of the MSEs by forming self-help groups, consortia, up-gradation of associations
- To built facility centres for the testing, training centre, raw material depot, effluent treatment, complementing production processes, etc.
The eligibility criteria to obtain financial assistance under Micro / Small Enterprises Funding Scheme are given here.
- New Enterprises in Micro and Small scale sector for manufacture, preservation or processing of goods irrespective of location
- New Enterprises in Micro and Small-scale sector for service sector projects like Hospitals, Fast Food restaurant etc. except the Small Road Transport Operators [SRTOs].
- Existing Micro and Small Scale Enterprises (MSE) Units in Tamil Nadu
- Service Enterprises, undertaking Expansion, Modernization, Technology Up gradation and Diversification
Quantum of Assistance
The assistance under the Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme is given here:
- For New MSE Units, term loan 80% of Project cost subject to a maximum of Rs.40.00 lakhs will be considered.
- For existing MSE units, a term loan of 75% of Project cost subject to a maximum of Rs.37.50 lakhs will be considered.
Project Cost of the unit will not exceed Rs.50.00 lakhs in case of New Unit. In respect of existing MSE units, Project Cost including existing project outlay will not exceed Rs.50.00 lakhs.
The Minimum Promoter’s contribution for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme is fixed at 20% of the project cost.
Debt Equity Ratio
Debt Equity Ratio under Micro and Small Enterprises for new Units is 4.00: 1.00 and for existing units is 3.00: 1.00.
The loan repayment period for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme will not exceed six years including a moratorium of 6 – 24 months
The collateral security offered for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme will be stipulated as per the existing policy guideline.
Rate of Interest
The interest for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme will be charged on the compound basis at a monthly rest, besides the penal interest of 2.5% on the defaulted EMI for the defaulted period.
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Application Registration Fees
The applicant has to remit Registration Fees for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme at the time registration of the application.
|Sl.No||Loan Detail||Registration Fees|
|1||Loans processed by Branch Sanction Committee (BSC)||Rs.10000|
|2||Loan granted by Regional Level Sanction Committee (RLSC)||Rs.10 Lakhs|
|3||Loan by EC / Board at Head Office||Rs.50000|
The Investigation fees are inclusive of Registration Fees, and it requires to be paid by the applicant before the loan proposal is sanctioned in the respective sanction committee.
For more details, kindly visit the Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Limited
Documents required for applying the Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme is explained in detail below:
- Entrepreneur’s Memorandum
- Firm Registration Certificate
- Partnership Deed
- Memorandum & Articles of Association
- Certificate of Incorporation in case of Companies
- Copy of Bye-laws in case of Society
- Bio-Data and Net-worth Statement in respect of each of the promoters, Directors and Guarantors
- Important Educational and Technical Experience Certificate
- Documents for KYC Compliance
- Details of the Associate Concerns
- Copies of Audit Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Account for the associate concern along with schedules for the last three years
- Audited Balance Sheet
- Copy of Lease Deed or Purchase Agreement
- Sale Deed, Parent Documents, Patta, Chitta, Adangal, Tax Receipt, FMB Sketch
- Encumbrance Certificate
- Approved Building Plan
- NOC / Consent Order from the Pollution Control Board
- Licenses like Drug License / EPCG License
- Market tie-up letters
Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme Application Procedure
The application procedure for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme is explained in step-step by procedure here:
Step 1: The entrepreneurs need to apply in the prescribed application form for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme.
The application form for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme can be obtained from the Head Office or Branch Offices of the Corporation, or you can also download the application form the official website of TTIC. From the main page select Application form download option under the scheme.
The list of schemes application form will be displayed, click on Application for Financial Assistance for Industrial Units.
We have here with attached the application form for Micro and Small Enterprises Funding Scheme.TIIC-TL-APPLN-FORM-2-20
Step 2: Provide details in the application form with the following details and submit to the Head Office or Branch Office of Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Limited.
- Purpose of Loan
- Amount Applied for
- Unit Name
- Size of the Unit
- Loan assistance required
- Details of Management
Step 3: The prescribed authority will scrutinise the MSE funding application. The committee will examine the application for a loan and recommend concerned authority sanction.
Step 4: The authority will appraise the project both technically and economically with the approved project cost of TIIC.
After deposit of promoter contribution by the applicant and receipt of subsidy claim, the loan will be released to the applicant account.