Stand up India Scheme- Boosting Entrepreneurship Among Women

The ‘Stand up India Scheme’, launched in April 2016, facilitates bank loans to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe and Women Entrepreneurs for  starting new ventures in manufacturing, services or trading sectors. The scheme mandates all branches of scheduled commercial banks[1] in India to lend to at least one woman and one SC/ST entrepreneur.

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If you are thinking about a new venture, now is the time to start. FineTrain can assist you in identifying locally available opportunities that can be converted into viable businesses. We can help you with:

  • Comprehensive, real-time information on local opportunities
  • Assessing viability of specific opportunity
  • Facilitating connections to sector experts and/or professionals who can help you in implementing your plans

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[1] Scheduled commercial banks are those banks which are included in the 2nd schedule of the RBI Act, 1934, these include both public sector and private sector banks. Currently there are 71 scheduled commercial banks. You can get a list of these banks on //www.bcsbi.org.in/LOM_ScheduledCommercial.html

[2] MCLR is the base rate of bank for a particular tenor of loan, for example In July 2016, SBI’s MCLR for one month tenor loan and 3 year tenor loan was 9 per cent and 9.30 per cent respectively.

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Business opportunities in Telangana

The State of Telangana is the 12th largest economy with a GSDP of around Rs. 4.68 lakh crores[1] and a growth rate of 9.2% during 2015-16. Telangana includes 10 districts, with its capital in Hyderabad. Telangana is land locked with its neighbouring States of AP, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.

Telangana is home to large industries in IT/ITES, pharma, engineering goods and defence. The industrial activity is currently concentrated in Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy and Medak Districts, these three districts contribute to almost 50 per cent of the State GDP. Medak and Ranga Reddy are also the fastest growing districts.

The opportunities in Telangana can be broadly divided into a few sectors; agro based industries, textiles, chemicals, engineering, and pharmaceuticals. The district wise opportunities are described below.

Business profile of districts of Telangana

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Upcoming opportunities

Small enterprises can become a part of the vendor network /ancillary to the large industries that are planned in and around Telangana. The figure below describes the projects across various industries that are currently being planned. These include a number of bulk drugs intermediate and API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient) units,   food park by ITC, an LED bulb unit by Syska labs, Soft drink bottling plant by Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd, and Mobile handset manufacturing facility by Micromax informatics Ltd.   A detailed list of upcoming projects is available upon request.

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Source : Projects Today

How can we help

  • FineTrain enables entrepreneurs to assess and understand new business opportunities. Our services include market research, business feasibility studies and business diagnostics.
  • We can help you assess your market, identify technology and raw material providers, estimate the capital requirements, time to breakeven and recommend ways to expand your business.

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[1] Source: GSDP at constant prices, Socio Economic Outlook, Telagana, 2016

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