Objectives of NI-MSME
The primary objective of the ni-msme was to be the trainer of trainers. Subsequently, with the technological development and ever-changing market scenario, the involvement of the Society has undergone changes too. The scope of the Society has now expanded to consultancy, research, extension and information services.
Administration of NI-MSME
The affairs of the Society are managed, administered, directed and controlled through the Governing Council constituted by the Government of India as per Rule 22(a & b) of Rules and Regulations of the Society. The Secretary to the Government of India, The Ministry of MSME is the President of the Society and Chairman of the Governing Council.
The infrastructure and facilities at the NI-MSME campus are at par with international standards. NI-MSME has embraced technology in all its functions to keep pace with the tenor of the times and to make its services more efficient. State-of-the-art facilities, pleasant environs, proven methodologies supported by modern academic infrastructure, experienced faculty, expert consultants and resource persons and above all, decades of experience complemented by a modern and creative outlook, have given a new definition to the standard of services provided by the Institute. It is now recognised as being among the best training, research and extension facilities in the world. SIET was conferred the status of national institute by the Government of India with the charter of assisting in the promotion of Small Enterprises mainly by creating a pro-business environment. In 1984, the UNIDO had recognised SIET as an institute of meritorious performance under its Centres of Excellence Scheme subsequently, it was also accorded the national status in the same year and SIET Institute became nisiet.
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