New Delhi, Nov 4 : The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and the International Labour Organization have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to support the government’s ‘Make in India’ programme.
The MoU was signed by Director, Decent Work team for South Asia and Country Office of India, Tine Staermose and Secretary, MSME, Madhav Lal on behalf of their organizations.
Speaking on the occasion, Secretary, MSME expressed hope for greater synergies between the stakeholders, adding that the MoU will form the basis for a technical partnership with the primary objective of creating more and better quality employment in India, according to an official release.
As per the agreement, activities will be focused around three priority areas; entrepreneurship development, good workplace practices for improving productivity and enhancing integration into global supply chains, and research and knowledge-building related to sustainable enterprises and formalization strategies. And you will get designer replica handbags online with less money.
The MOU is initially for a 5-year period and will support the government’s “Make in India” programme.