Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises‬, ‪India‬‬

The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises , a branch of the Government of India, is the apex body for the formulation and administration of rules, regulations and laws relating to micro, small and medium enterprises in India. Intro : The President of India amended the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961, under the notification dated 9 May 2007. Pursuant to this amendment, the Ministry of Agro and Rural Industries (India) and the Ministry of Small Scale Industries (India) were merged into a single ministry, the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. Center structure and functions The center comes under the Government of India has a principal and a vice Principal. Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. National School of Leadership National Institute of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises National Institute for Entrepreneurship & Small…
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How do you calculate the efficiency of a solar panel?

Solar Panel data sheets show both cell efficiency and module efficiency. How do you calculate module efficiency?  Do you include the solar panel frame in the calculation? Below is a brief description of how to calculate the peak efficiency of a solar panel. Determine the surface area of the panel by multiplying the length by the width.  For example a SolarWorld 245W Mono panel is 1675 mm long by 1001 mm wide or 1,676.67 square meters.  The surface area is aperture area of the solar panel, therefore, this does include the frame. Pull the name plate rating of the panel from the datasheet.   For example if it is a 235 W panel, that is the name plate rating at STC (Standard Test Conditions) At STC the watts per meter squred (W/m²) is 1,000 W/m²   This is…
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The Food Imports Clearance System (FICS)

he Food Imports Clearance System (FICS) The Food Authority has established the Food Import Clearance System ( FICS ) in order to ease the clearance of food imported into India. All stakeholders can access the FICS 24/7 since it is an online system. Stakeholder in the food import clearance process is food importers, custom house agents, food testing laboratories, customs wing of CBEC, Department of Agriculture, Government of India, Department of Animal Husbandry, dairy and fisheries, Government of India, seaports and airport authorities, container freight stations and inland container depots. The stakeholders can access this online system through any web browser. Important preconditions: The food importer shall possess a valid Food license under the FSS Act 2006, to import food articles into India. They shall also ensure that the intended imported food item has the valid remaining shelf life. The food importer should have a valid Import-Export Code from the Directorate General Of Foreign…
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How to apply Import Export Code (IEC)

What is Import Export Code (IEC) Import Export code more commonly known as IEC is a ten digit code number. It is given to an Importer or Exporter by Director General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Government of India. Any Entrepreneur who wishes to import something to India or export something from India requires an import export code. It has a permanent validity. There are certain benefits of this code. Though exporters need not necessarily apply for this code, however, they will miss out the otherwise provided benefits. Also, RBI is now making the mention of IE code mandatory in bank account.This code generally comes in play when you decide to expand your business globally. Code can be obtained on your name(in case of proprietorship) or on your company’s name. To register import export code a…
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