ENTREPRENEURSHIP SCENARIO - BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
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To give boost to the make in India programme, the MSME Ministrylaunched ................. .
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Expansion of term SETU is
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The loans given to SC/ST and women Entrepreneurs under stand up India Schemerange from:
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Globally India Ranks in
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In the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Ranking 2015 India is placed at
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Businesses as entrepreneurial hubs is one of the major drivers identified by
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The scheme launched by MSME Ministry in March 2015, for promotion of Innovation,Rural Industry and Entrepreneurship.
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Under the ................. 50 percent of stipend payable to apprentices would be reimbursedby the government for the first two years is an incentive for MSME units to take in moreapprentices.
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To get a loan from stand up India Scheme, the age of the company should not exceed
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The key objectives of the AIM (Atal Innovation Mission) are
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A start up is a company that is in the ................. stage of its operations.
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What is the meaning of term SETU in Hindu?
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STAND UP INDIA scheme provides loans to entrepreneurs of:
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For the ease of doing business the MSME unit has to fill in a single one page self declaration online from called.
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NSDC operates through partnerships with
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Which of these functional arms play a role of a “market-maker” '
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The main objectives of the NSDC are to:
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NSDC operates through ................. with multiple stakeholders in catalysing and evolvingthe skilling ecosystem
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National Skill Development Agency is based under which Act:
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3. NSDC is a unique model created with a well though underlying philosophy based onwhich pillars:
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The functional arms of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneur- ship are:
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Which ministry is responsible for co-ordination of all skill development efforts across thecountry?
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