Infrastructure Development in MSME Clusters through Public Private Partnership


Micro, Small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are playing a very important role in Indian economy and consist of more than 90% of all firms. MSMEs are engine of growth in growing economy and play a significant role in creating employment for rural and urban population, promote innovation, and increase global trade. In today’s competitive and challenging business environment, an extremely vibrant MSME sector is essential for the economic development. In spite of best efforts of the Government towards promotion of MSMEs, they face numerous problems viz., difficulty in hiring, developing and retaining manpower, increase in competition, rising operational cost due to poor/outdated technology, access to business opportunities and access to financing for producing quality products at competitive price.
At the same time the Government of India has been taking many interventions for development of MSME sector and it is well known fact that the Cluster approach is one of the successful strategies. It is mentioned elsewhere that there are more than 7500 clusters in India. The Government of India has been implementing about 30 cluster development schemes for the benefit of MSME sector. The physical, Technical and Marketing infrastructures are critical in cluster development. The Government, Financial Institutions and MSMEs play vital role in creating these infrastructure through public private partnership.

Target Audience

The officials of Industrial Infrastructure Development, Industries Department, Agriculture Department, Textile Department, Industry Associations, Professional Institutions, NGOs, Commercial Banks etc


  • Concepts: Public Private Partnership
  • Models of Public Private Partnership
  • Cluster Development Strategy
  • Principles of Implementation
  • The PPP Process
  • Institutional & Governance Mechanism
  • Government Schemes & Opportunities for Public Enterprises


1 week


Rs. 13000/- (Residential)
Rs. 10000/- (Non-Residential) (18% GST as applicable).
The fee covers cost of tuition, reading material, boarding and lodging. It does not cover travel costs of participants. Fee once paid shall not be refunded. However, a substitute may be permitted.

For further details contact:

Mr. K. Surya Prakash Goud
Faculty Member
School of Enterprise Development
Tel: 040-23633220