Haryana Padma Yojana 2022: Taking a unique initiative to promote Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in the state, Haryana Government has launched Program Do Accelerate Development for MSME Advancement Program (Padma Yojana) on Wednesday. The Chief Minister said that this is expected to bring investment of more than Rs 25,000 crore in the form of infrastructure, Common Facility Center (CFC), Business Development Service (BDS) center and setting up of new industrial units in each block. He said that around 10- 15,000 new units are expected to open in these clusters next year. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, Minister of State for Labor and Employment Anoop Dhanak were also present on the occasion. The Chief Minister said that the objective of the Padma Yojana is to create a dynamic, self-sufficient and thriving industrial infrastructure at the cluster level for each block. It is a multi-departmental and multi-agency program which will not only promote local products but also provide ample employment opportunities to local youth, especially targeted Antyodaya families. Padma is a 5 year programme. Each block of 22 districts (all 140 blocks) has identified a product on the basis of locally available resources, existing micro enterprise ecosystem, demographic profile, key opportunities, fast growing industry sectors and growth potential. If required, necessary training and skills will also be provided to promote this sector. Possibility of employment to 3 lakh youth from Padma Yojana:Haryana Padma Yojana 2022 Deputy CM Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that a year ago the blueprint of this one block one product was prepared. And before the implementation of this program a survey and study was done. Their findings found that there are various local products at the block level, which have huge market potential. Hence, to promote each block and their particular product in a big way, Padma Karyatrasma has been started today. This initiative will lead to development at the grassroots level to generate employment opportunities for more than 3 lakh youths directly and indirectly. The Directorate of MSME is the nodal department for the implementation of the Padma programme. Yojana Details: Haryana Padma Yojana 2022 In yet another initiative of its kind, the Haryana Government today launched the Program for Accelerating Growth for MSME Advancement (PADMA) programme. “Based on local yet global principles, PADMA aims to create a dynamic, self-sustaining and thriving industrial infrastructure at the cluster level for each block of Haryana,” said Mr. Manohar Lal formally launching the PADMA at a function held on 23 February 2022. Chief Minister, Shri. Dushyant Chautala, Minister of State for Labor and Employment, Shri. Anoop Dhanak was also present. He said that PADMA is a multi-departmental and multi-agency program which will not only promote local products but will also provide ample employment opportunities to local youth, especially targeted Antyodaya families. “PADMA, a 5-year program will not only revolutionize the industrial scenario in Haryana through development of PADMA industrial parks in all the blocks of the state but is also expected to invest more than Rs 25,000 crore in the form of infrastructure. Setting up of Common Facility Centers (CFCs), Business Development Services (BDS) Centers and new industrial units in each block,” Mr Manohar Lal said. New MSME units will be opened under Yojana: Haryana Padma Yojana 2022 Around 10,000-15,000 new units are expected to be opened in the clusters next year under the Padma scheme. CM said that in order to conform to Atmanirbhar Bharat and support the State MSMEs, tremendous focus has been given on the development of its MSME ecosystem. Keeping this in mind, Haryana Government has set up a separate Directorate for MSMEs. Mr Manohar Lal said, “The MSME sector plays an important role in the economic scenario of Haryana, contributing more than 22 per cent to the Gross State Value Added (GSVA). The Chief Minister said that under the Padma Yojna, one product in each block of 22 districts covering all 140 blocks of the state was identified on the basis of locally available resources, existing micro-enterprise ecosystem, demographic profile, key opportunities, sunrise areas and on has been done. Growth potential. “If necessary, necessary training and skills will also be given to promote this sector,” said Mr Manohar Lal. The Deputy Chief Minister said that with the launch of Padma Yojna, a new benchmark has been set to take the industries forward. “A year ago, this one block one product blueprint was prepared and a survey and study was done before the implementation of this programme. The findings highlight that there are various local products at the block level that have great potential in the market. Hence, to promote each block and their particular product in a big way, the PADMA program has been launched today”, Mr. Duyshant Chautala said. “Through the Padma Yojana, the state government will ensure maximum incentives to small industries operating in rural areas by adding their specialized products in every block along with ensuring adequate employment opportunities to the youth,” said Mr. Dushyant Chautala. Mr. Dushyant Chautala said that the districts which are still developing, they This requires special encouragement from the state government and the Padma initiative will lead to organic development at the grassroots level to generate employment for more than 3 lakh youths directly and indirectly across the state. Directorate of MSME is the nodal department for the overall execution of the Padma Yojana. Apart from Directorate of MSME, other concerned departments, such as HSIIDC, Department of Industries and Commerce, Department of Town and Country Planning and Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training will cooperate and provide necessary support for smooth execution of the Padma Yojana.