Tuesday 15 September 2015

About change.

I am doing Organizational Restructuring  of Maharashtra State Khadi village & Industries Board under the guidance of Mr. Ramesh Devkar (IAS) CEO,MSKVIB. Its new & also challenging task. Its also learning experience for me.

Thursday 26 February 2015

From 24th Nov 2014 I have been posted to MCEDs Centre for Liaision with State Secretariats And Pubic Relations at Navi Mumbai. This office is situated Konkan Bhavan- Belapur/CBD. Thane,Pune,Nanded,Ratanagiri,Baramati,Aurangabad,Nagpur, Now @ Mumbai. Its pleasure in visiting places,meeting people & working for them & social cause.

Thursday 15 January 2015

Friday 10 October 2014

plz.vote to clean & honest candidates despite of parties in Maharashtra  assembly elections.

Wednesday 2 April 2014

Namaskar,tumha sarwana hindu,marathi navin varshachaya hardik shubhechaya.

Wednesday 1 January 2014

Wish you all a very happy new year 2014. May God almighty bless you & fulfill all your pure desires.God may give you courage to convert such desires in to action.You may be blessed by Goddess Mahalaxmi. She may give yo balance state of mind & the present tense.Happy new year once again.

Thursday 9 May 2013

List of Items Reserved for Purchase from Micro and Small Enterprises

·        The price & purchase preference policy
List of Items Reserved for Purchase from Micro and Small Enterprises

 Sl No.  Item Description
1.             AAC/& ACSR Conductor upto 19 strands
2.             Agricultural Implements
a.             Hand Operated tools & implements
b.            Animal driven implements
3.             Air/Room Coolers
4.             Aluminium builder's hardware
5.             Ambulance stretcher
6.             Ammeters/ohm meter/Volt meter (Electro magnetic upto Class I accuracy)
7.             Anklets Web Khaki
8.             Augur (Carpenters)
9.             Automobile Head lights Assembly
10.          Badges cloth embroidered and metals
11.           Bags of all types i.e. made of leather, cotton, canvas & jute etc. including kit bags, mail bags, sleeping bags & water-proof bag
12.          Bandage cloth
13.          Barbed Wire
14.           Basket cane (Procurement can also be made from State Forest Corpn. and State Handicrafts Corporation)
15.          Bath tubs
16.          Battery Charger
17.          Battery Eliminator
18.          Beam Scales (upto 1.5 tons)
19.          Belt leather & straps
20.          Bench Vices
21.          Bituminous Paints
22.          Blotting Paper
23.          Bolts & Nuts
24.          Bolts Sliding
25.          Bone Meal
26.          Boot Polish
27.          Boots & Shoes of all types including canvas shoes
28.          Bowls
29.          Boxes Leather
30.          Boxes made of metal
31.          Braces
32.          Brackets other than those used in Railways
33.          Brass Wire
34.          Brief Cases (other than moulded luggage)
35.          Brooms
36.          Brushes of all types
37.          Buckets of all types
38.          Button of all types
39.          Candle Wax Carriage
40.          Cane Valves/stock valves (for water fittings only)
41.          Cans metallic (for milk & measuring)
42.          Canvas Products :
a.             Water Proof Deliver, Bags to spec. No. IS - 1422/70
b.            Bonnet Covers & Radiators Muff. to spec. Drg. Lv 7/NSN/IA/130295
43.          Capes Cotton & Woollen
44.          Capes Waterproof
45.          Castor Oil
46.          Ceiling roses upto 15 amps
47.          Centrifugal steel plate blowers
48.          Centrifugal Pumps suction & delivery 150 mm. x 150 mm
49.          Chaff Cutter Blade
50.          Chains lashing
51.          Chappals and sandals
52.          Chamois Leather
53.          Chokes for light fitting
54.          Chrome Tanned leather (Semi-finished Buffalo & Cow)
55.          Circlips
56.          Claw Bars and Wires
57.          Cleaning Powder
58.          Clinical Thermometers
59.          Cloth Covers
60.          Cloth Jaconet
61.          Cloth Sponge
62.          Coir fibre and Coir yarn
63.          Coir mattress cushions and matting
64.          Coir Rope hawserlaid
65.          Community Radio Receivers
66.          Conduit pipes
67.          Copper nail
68.          Copper Napthenate
69.          Copper sulphate
70.          Cord Twine Maker
71.          Cordage Others
72.          Corrugated Paper Board & Boxes
73.          Cotton Absorbent
74.          Cotton Belts
75.          Cotton Carriers
76.          Cotton Cases
77.          Cotton Cord Twine
78.          Cotton Hosiery
79.          Cotton Packs
80.          Cotton Pouches
81.          Cotton Ropes
82.          Cotton Singlets
83.          Cotton Sling
84.          Cotton Straps
85.          Cotton tapes and laces
86.          Cotton Wool (Non absorbent)
87.          Crates Wooden & plastic
88.            (a) Crucibles upto No. 200
  (b) Crucibles Graphite upto No. 500
  (c) Other Crucibles upto 30 kgs.
89.          Cumblies & blankets
90.          Curtains mosquito
91.          Cutters
92.          Dibutyl phthalate
93.          Diesel engines upto 15 H.P
94.          Dimethyl Phthalate
95.          Disinfectant Fluids
96.          Distribution Board upto 15 amps
97.          Domestic Electric appliances as per BIS Specifications :-
          - Toaster Electric, Elect. Iron, Hot Plates, Elect. Mixer, Grinders Room heaters & convectors and ovens
98.          Domestic (House Wiring) P.V.C. Cables and Wires (Aluminium) Conforming to the prescribed BIS Specifications and upto 10.00 mm sq. nominal cross section
99.          Drawing & Mathematical Instruments
100.        Drums & Barrels
101.        Dust Bins
102.        Dust Shield leather
103.        Dusters Cotton all types except the items required in Khadi
104.        Dyes :
a.             Azo Dyes (Direct & Acid)
b.            Basic Dyes
105.        Electric Call bells/buzzers/door bells
106.        Electric Soldering Iron
107.        Electric Transmission Line Hardware items like steel cross bars, cross arms clamps arching horn, brackets, etc
108.        Electronic door bell
109.        Emergency Light (Rechargeable type)
110.        Enamel Wares & Enamel Utensils
111.        Equipment camouflage Bamboo support
112.        Exhaust Muffler
113.        Expanded Metal
114.        Eyelets
115.        Film Polythene - including wide width film
116.        Film spools & cans
117.        Fire Extinguishers (wall type)
118.        Foot Powder
119.        French polish
120.        Funnels
121.        Fuse Cut outs
122.        Fuse Unit
123.        Garments (excluding supply from Indian Ordnance Factories)
124.        Gas mantels
125.        Gauze cloth
126.        Gauze surgical all types
127.        Ghamellas (Tasllas)
128.        Glass Ampules
129.        Glass & Pressed Wares
130.        Glue
131.        Grease Nipples & Grease guns
132.        Gun cases
133.        Gun Metal Bushes
134.        Gumtape
135.        Hand drawn carts of all types
136.        Hand gloves of all types
137.        Hand Lamps Railways
138.        Hand numbering machine
139.        Hand pounded Rice (polished and unpolished)
140.        Hand presses
141.        Hand Pump
142.        Hand Tools of all types
143.         Handles wooden and bamboo (Procurement can also be made from State Forest Corpn. and State Handicrafts Corporation)
144.        Harness Leather
145.        Hasps & Staples
146.        Haver Sacks
147.        Helmet Non-Metallic
148.        Hide and country leather of all types
149.        Hinges
150.        Hob nails
151.        Holdall
152.        Honey
153.        Horse and Mule Shoes
154.        Hydraulic Jacks below 30 ton capacity
155.        Insecticides Dust and Sprayers (Manual only)
156.        Invalid wheeled chairs.
157.        Invertor domestic type upto 5 kvA
158.        Iron (dhobi)
159.        Key board wooden
160.        Kit Boxes
161.        Kodali
162.        Lace leather
163.        Lamp holders
164.        Lamp signal
165.        Lanterns Posts & bodies
166.        Lanyard
167.        Latex foam sponge
168.        Lathies
169.        Letter Boxes
170.        Lighting Arresters - upto 22 kv
171.        Link Clip
172.        Linseed Oil
173.        Lint Plain
174.        Lockers
175.        Lubricators
176.        L.T. Porcelain KITKAT & Fuse Grips
177.        Machine Screws
178.        Magnesium Sulphate
179.        Mallet Wooden
180.        Manhole covers
181.        Measuring Tapes and Sticks
182.        Metal clad switches (upto 30 Amps)
183.        Metal Polish
184.        Metallic containers and drums other than N.E.C. (Not elsewhere classified)
185.        Metric weights
186.        Microscope for normal medical use
187.        Miniature bulbs (for torches only)
188.        M.S. Tie Bars
189.        Nail Cutters
190.        Naphthalene Balls
191.        Newar
192.        Nickel Sulphate
193.        Nylon Stocking
194.        Nylon Tapes and Laces
195.        Oil Bound Distemper
196.        Oil Stoves (Wick stoves only)
197.        Pad locks of all types
198.        Paint remover
199.        Palma Rosa Oil
200.        Palmgur
201.        Pans Lavatory Flush
202.        Paper conversion products, paper bags, envelops, Ice-cream cup, paper cup and saucers & paper Plates
203.        Paper Tapes (Gummed)
204.        Pappads
205.        Pickles & Chutney
206.        Piles fabric
207.        Pillows
208.        Plaster of Paris
209.        Plastic Blow Moulded Containers upto 20 litre excluding Poly Ethylene Terphthalate (PET) Containers
210.        Plastic cane
211.        Playing Cards
212.        Plugs & Sockets electric upto 15 Amp
213.        Polythene bags
214.        Polythene Pipes
215.        Post Picket (Wooden)
216.        Postal Lead seals
217.        Potassium Nitrate
218.        Pouches
219.        Pressure Die Casting upto 0.75 kg
220.        Privy Pans
221.        Pulley Wire
222.        PVC footwears
223.        PVC pipes upto 110 mm
224.        PVC Insulated Aluminium Cables (upto 120 sq. mm) (ISS:694)
225.        Quilts, Razais
226.        Rags
227.        Railway Carriage light fittings
228.        Rakes Ballast
229.        Razors
230.        RCC Pipes upto 1200 mm. dia
231.        RCC Poles Prestressed
232.        Rivets of all types
233.        Rolling Shutters
234.        Roof light Fittings
235.        Rubber Balloons
236.        Rubber Cord
237.        Rubber Hoses (Unbranded)
238.        Rubber Tubing (Excluding braided tubing)
239.        Rubberised Garments Cap and Caps etc
240.        Rust/Scale Removing composition
241.        Safe meat & milk
242.        Safety matches
243.        Safety Pins (and other similar products like paper pins, staples pins etc.)
244.        Sanitary Plumbing fittings
245.        Sanitary Towels
246.        Scientific Laboratory glasswares (Barring sophisticated items)
247.        Scissors cutting (ordinary)
248.        Screws of all types including High Tensile
249.        Sheep skin all types
250.        Shellac
251.        Shoe laces
252.        Shovels
253.        Sign Boards painted
254.        Silk ribbon
255.        Silk Webbing
256.        Skiboots & shoes
257.        Sluice Valves
258.        Snapfastner (Excluding 4 pcs. ones)
259.        Soap Carbolic
260.        Soap Curd
261.        Soap Liquid
262.        Soap Soft
263.        Soap washing or laundary soap
264.        Soap Yellow
265.        Socket/pipes
266.        Sodium Nitrate
267.        Sodium Silicate
268.        Sole leather
269.        Spectacle frames
270.        Spiked boot
271.        Sports shoes made out of leather (for all Sports games)
272.        Squirrel Cage Induction Motors upto and including 100 KW440 volts 3 phase
273.        Stapling machine
274.        Steel Almirah
275.        Steel beds stead
276.        Steel Chair
277.        Steel desks
278.        Steel racks/shelf
279.        Steel stools
280.        Steel trunks
281.        Steel wool
282.        Steel & aluminium windows and ventilators
283.        Stockinet
284.        Stone and stone quarry rollers
285.        Stoneware jars
286.        Stranded Wire
287.        Street light fittings
288.        Student Microscope
289.        Studs (excluding high tensile)
290.        Surgical Gloves (Except Plastic)
291.        Table knives (Excluding Cutlery)
292.        Tack Metallic
293.        Taps
294.        Tarpaulins
295.        Teak fabricated round blocks
296.        Tent Poles
297.        Tentage Civil/Military & Salitah Jute for Tentage
298.        Textiles manufacturers other than N.E.C. (not elsewhere classified)
299.        Tiles
300.        Tin Boxes for postage stamp
301.        Tin can unprinted upto 4 gallons capacity (other than can O.T.S.)
302.        Tin Mess
303.        Tip Boots
304.        Toggle Switches
305.        Toilet Rolls
306.        Transformer type welding sets conforming to IS:1291/75 (upto 600 amps)
307.        Transistor Radio upto 3 band
308.        Transistorised Insulation - Testers
309.        Trays
310.        Trays for postal use
311.        Trolley
312.        Trollies - drinking water
313.        Tubular Poles
314.        Tyres & Tubes (Cycles)
315.        Umbrellas
316.        Utensils all types
317.        Valves Metallic
318.        Varnish Black Japan
319.        Voltage Stablisers including C.V.T's
320.        Washers all types
321.        Water Proof Covers
322.        Water Proof paper
323.        Water tanks upto 15,000 litres capacity
324.        Wax sealing
325.        Waxed paper
326.        Weighing Scale
327.        Welded Wiremash
328.        Wheel barrows
329.        Whistle
330.        Wicks cotton
331.        Wing Shield Wipers (Arms & Blades only)
332.        Wire brushes and Fibre Brushes
333.        Wire Fencing & Fittings
334.        Wire nails and Horse shoe nails
335.        Wire nettings of gauze thicker than 100 mesh size
336.        Wood Wool
337.        Wooden ammunition boxes
338.        Wooden Boards
339.        Wooden Box for Stamps
340.        Wooden Boxes and Cases N.E.C. (Not elsewhere classified)
341.        Wooden Chairs
342.        Wooden Flush Door Shutters
343.        Wooden packing cases all sizes
344.        Wooden pins
345.        Wooden plugs
346.        Wooden shelves
347.        Wooden veneers
348.        Woollen hosiery
349.        Zinc Sulphate
350.        Zip Fasteners
List of Items Reserved for Purchase from Handicrafts Sector
S. No.
Item Description
Source of Supply
Cane Furniture
North Eastern Handicrafts & Handlooms Development Corporation Assam Govt. Marketing Corpn. Craft Society of Manipur Nagaland Handicrafts & Handlooms Development Corporation.
Bamboo file tray, Baskets, Pencil stand, side racks etc.
Artistic Wooden Furniture
Rajasthan Small Industries Corpn., U.P. Export Corporation
Wooden paper weight, racks etc.
- do -
Glass covers made of wood and Grass jute
- do -
Jute furniture
West Bengal Handicrafts Dev. Corp.
Jute mfg. Development Corporation
Orissa State Handicrafts Dev. Corpn.
Jute bags, file cover
- do -
Woolen & silk carpets
U.P. Export Corpporation
J & K Sale & Export Corporation

·        The role of associations in mem enterprises
Scheme for capacity building, strengthening of database and advocacy by Industry/Enterprise
Associations and for holding Seminars/Symposiums/Workshops by the Associations
1)      Strengthening of Data Base- financial assistance for the Secretarial and Advisory/ Extension services
To strengthen the role and increase the efficiency of the associations of Micro and Small Enterprises, financial assistance for the Secretarial and Advisory/extension services to selected associations may be provided up to a maximum of Rs.5 lakh, depending upon the size and reach of the Association.  To be eligible, the beneficiary Associations will be required to provide the regular manpower and office space at their own cost and also bear equivalent/ matching contribution towards cost of modernisation of their facilities and equipment and training of their personnel. Efforts will be made to cover a large number of Associations within the ambit of the Scheme and an Association receiving financial assistance under the Scheme will not be eligible to receive financial assistance again under the Scheme for the next three years.
Under the Scheme, the following machinery and equipment needed by the Associations for upgrading their capacity (both qualitatively and quantitatively) to collect and interpret data relating to changes in the market scenario, Sub-Contracting Exchanges, Testing Laboratories, etc. shall be eligible to receive financial assistance :-

Phase I

(a) Computer and its peripherals including software     -           Rs. 4,00,000/-
(b) Furniture and Office Equipments, e.g. fax etc.          -           Rs. 1,50,000/-
(c) Photocopier Machine and its Accessories                 -           Rs. 2,00,000/-
Phase II
(d) Consumables per annum                                              -           Rs. 1,00,000/-
(e) Training of the staff                                                       -           Rs. 50,000/-
(f) Expenses on Travel etc.                                                 -           Rs. 50,000/-
(g) Contingent & other office expenses                           -           Rs. 50,000/-      
Total:             Rs.10,00,000/- 
The Ministry of MSME/Office of DC (MSME) would provide 50% of the cost of modernization of the facilities and equipment and training of   personnel, etc remaining 50% of the cost would be borne by the Associations.
-  Upon approval of the proposal and subject to signing of the agreement.
- On furnishing of the utilization certificate as may be prescribed. The utilization certificate should be for the entire amount sanctioned in Phase I

(i) First installment of 50% of the
sanctioned amount  
(ii)      Balance 50% of the sanctioned amount  

2)     Seminars/Symposiums/Workshops
 For organizing Seminars/Symposiums/Workshops,   maximum of Rs.2 lakh would be provided to National Level MSE Associations and Rs.1 lakh to Regional/State/Local Level MSE Associations.  The Associations   can avail financial assistance under this component only once   in   a financial year.   While seeking financial assistance, the Association concerned shall indicate the tentative cost for holding the Seminar/Symposium/Workshop along with details of participation expected and deliverables/outcome of the proposed Seminar/Symposium/ Workshop.   Further, it shall undertake to meet   50% of the expenses in case of National level Associations and 25% in case of Regional/State/Local level Associations, out of its own resources. On completion of the activity for which financial assistance has been sought/provided, the Association concerned shall give a Utilization Certificate to the satisfaction of the Government, failing which it would be debarred for receiving any financial support in future.  Release of financial support would be as under:-
 (i) 50% of the sanction amount to the released subject to:
(a)  Submission of detailed cost estimated by the Association;
(b) Undertaking by the Association to bear at least 50% of the cost from its own resources in case of National Level
     Associations and 25% in case of Regional/State/Local Lever Associations
(c) Recommendation by the Screening Committee.
(ii) Balance 50% to be released   subject   to   successfully organization of   the Programme, submission of final accounts Utilization Certificate and recommendation of the Committee.
 The item wise break up of expenditure admissible for receiving financial assistance under the Scheme is given in Annexure-I and Annexure-II.
3)       Mechanism for operating the Scheme:
The Scheme will be given due publicity  and   proposals will be invited from eligible MSE Associations  who may submit the proposal either directly  or  through  MSME-Development Institutes  located in various States/UTs.   Along with the proposals, the Associations may clearly enlist deliverables expected as a result of the Scheme.   On receipt of the proposals, the same will be placed before a Screening Committee, inter-alia, to decide about the relevance of the Seminar/Symposium/Workshop to the overall objective, the criterion for selection of the Associations for short-listing the Associations and the amount payable to each short listed Association.   Thereafter, the recommendations of the Committee shall be submitted to the Competent Authority for release of funds. While submitting the proposal, the Associations will be required to undertake to meet 50% of the total sanctioned amount from out of their resources in case of strengthening the data base and   for organizing Seminars/ Symposiums/Workshops.  
 To short list the Associations and to recommend the amount to be given to each Association, a Committee has been set up
under the Chairmanship of the AS & DC (MSME) with the following composition:

1. ADC (Planning), O/o the  DC (MSME)                         Member
2. Economic Adviser,  M/o  MSME                                   Member
3. JS & ADC (MSME Policy), O/o the  DC (MSME)  Member
4. Industrial Adviser,  O/o the  DC (MSME)                    Member
5. ADC/EA,  O/o the  DC (MSME)                                    Member  Secretary
 The Committee shall submit its recommendations to the Competent Authority for Approval. 

Seminars/Symposiums/Workshops organized by the National Level Associations
Total budget is four lakh
50% of the cost could be borne by the concerned National Level MSE Associations.  The remaining cost of 50%, subject to a ceiling of Rs. two lakh would be met by GOI’s assistance.
Seminars/Symposiums/Workshops organized by the State/Regional/Local Level Associations
Total budget is 1.25 lakh
25% of the cost would be borne by the concerned State/Regional/Local Level Association. The remaining cost of 75%, subject to a ceiling of Rs. one lakh would be met by GOI’s assistance.