TAAI facilitated MSME Schemes Web Workshop in collaboration with MSME Development Institute (DI), Ahmedabad
THE VOICE OF CHANDIGARH :
Under the astute leadership of Mrs Jyoti Mayal, President, and Office Bearers of TAAI, a web workshop, in collaboration with the MSME Development Institute (DI), Ahmedabad to educate and update Members about various schemes of Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise was organized by the Gujarat Chapter of TAAI. The workshop is a part of the series initiated by TAAI at a pan-India level to educate its members about the benefits and reliefs extended by the Ministry of MSME.
Initiating the discussions, Mr Virendra Shah, Chairman, Gujarat Chapter, TAAI briefed the participants about this unique initiative. He conveyed that how TAAI at the National, Regional, and State level is working wholeheartedly for the Members to survive during these crucial times. Mr Shreeram Patel, Hon. National Treasurer, TAAI welcomed and thanked Mr Solanki for so graciously accepting the request to address the Members.
While mentioning the role of MSME DI Offices in facilitating businesses, Mr Shah introduced the dynamic officer present to grace the occasion, Mr T.K. Solanki. A commerce graduate by education, Mr Solanki rose through the ranks of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation and joined the MSME Ahmedabad DI Office in 2010. He is now the Senior Statistical Officer at the Institute.
During his presentation, Mr Solanki shared various schemes and initiatives of MSME and explained how it can benefit businesses at large. He specifically mentioned the schemes utilising which attendees may avail finance, both at micro and macro levels. While updating everyone present of all the benefits, he requested TAAI members to check the MSME URL or visit DI Office for more detailed information.
Mr Mehboob Shaikh, Chairman – Taxation Council, TAAI delivered the Vote of Thanks.
Also present during the workshop from TAAI were Mr Paras Lakhia, Chairman – Airlines Council; Mr Viral Shah, Hon. Treasurer, Gujarat Chapter; Mr Prashant Madlani, Secretary, Gujarat Chapter; Mr Kantilal M. Sohagia, Hon. Secretary, South Gujarat Chapter; Mr Devan Shah, Chairman, Saurashtra Kutch Chapter; and Dr Himanshu Talwar, Executive Director, TAAI.
Keeping the audience in mind. Mr Solanki delivered his presentation in the Gujarati language, which was highly appreciated by the attendees.