Japs Attorney & Consultants

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Karan Bir Singh is Attorney in the Law firm Japs Attorneys & Consultants since January 01, 2005 and is entrusted with Family law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, Trade Mark and Copyright matters as well as also deals in efficient structuring for business ventures, commercial transaction, investment structuring, estate planning, and asset protection, intellectual property rights protection and preparing contracts for business clients. 

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The MSME Act 2006, also known as the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, was enacted by the Government of India with the aim of promoting and supporting the growth of micro, small, and medium enterprises in the country.

The Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is responsible for implementing and overseeing the provisions of the MSME Act. The ministry plays a crucial role in formulating policies, providing financial assistance, and creating a favorable business environment for MSMEs.

The MSME Act 2006 defines the classification of micro, small, and medium enterprises based on their investment in plant and machinery or equipment. The act provides various benefits and incentives to MSMEs, including easier access to credit, preferential treatment in government procurement, and tax exemptions.

One of the key provisions of the MSME Act is the establishment of the National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), which acts as a facilitator and provides integrated support services to MSMEs. The NSIC assists in marketing, technology upgradation, and capacity building of MSMEs, helping them enhance their competitiveness in the market.

The MSME Act 2006 has been instrumental in promoting entrepreneurship, fostering innovation, and generating employment opportunities in India. It has played a significant role in the economic development of the country by encouraging the growth of small businesses and contributing to GDP growth.

Overall, the MSME Act 2006 and the Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises have been pivotal in nurturing and supporting the MSME sector in India. Through their initiatives and policies, they continue to empower small businesses and contribute to the country’s economic growth.

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