Non Financial Assistance Overview

These non-financial services are provided by the Bank keeping in view the major constraints in flow of credit to MSME sector and to make the sector strong, vibrant and competitive. The promotional & developmental interventions of the Bank have benefitted more than 2.3 lakh people in the MSE sector. The Bank has helped create more than 1.5 lakh jobs and set up more than 80,000 units, mostly rural enterprises. The non-financial assistance is provided by way of:

Advisory / Handholding services through Certified Credit Counsellors who are expected to guide new / existing entrepreneurs and provide them end-to-end solutions that may lead to bank connect. Detailed role and responsibilities of CCCs is hosted on udyamimitra portal and can be accessed with the link E-Handbook for CCC's.

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Entrepreneur’s World (SmallB.in), a knowledge hub for MSMEs, intended to be a repository of valuable information for promoting youth entrepreneurship and easing the process of establishing a business in the country.

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Entrepreneurs’ Development Programme (EDP)to empower youth and promoter entrepreneurship and to address unemployment and promote regional development.

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Skill-cum-Technology Development Programme (STUP) for developing / strengthening the technical and managerial skills of the MSME entrepreneurs.

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Small Industries Management Programmes (SIMAPs) to develop a cadre of industrial managers specifically trained to assist MSME entrepreneurs.

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Micro Enterprises Promotion Programmes (MEPPs) for enterprise development promotion and handholding and to facilitate financial tie-up with the formal banking.

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Cluster Development Programme (CDPs) to address various financial and non-financial gaps at cluster level.

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