Madurai will get a TIDEL garden of 600 crore rupees; There will likely be 10,000 new jobs – the new Indian specification

by Specific Information Service

Madurai: Prime Minister MK Stalin said on Friday that a TIDEL garden worth Rs 600 crore could be arranged to make Madurai a center of technical knowledge. The Data Knowledge Park, which could create 10,000 jobs, could be built on 5 acres near Matuthavani in the first part, and could be expanded by another 5 acres in the second, CM reported.

The Southern District SME Conference “FaMe TN” organized by the Small and Medium Enterprises Division (MSME) in Madurai has been announced. The park can be built by TIDEL and the Madurai metropolis company by Particular Goal Automobile (SPV).

“Twenty years in the past, then CM M Karunanidhi inaugurated TIDEL Park in Chennai made tremendous progress in the data knowledge sector within the country. Moving the event to Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, the company opened TIDEL later Coimbatore Information Technology Park. Stalin stated that his powers would help MSMEs as they are important to the state's growth. “Tamil Nadu has improved from 14th to 3rd and can quickly get to the top spot in the 'Ease of Doing Business Index'.” In addition, the state has effectively implemented within the “Startup India Rankings”. Through industrial progress, the state will obtain the purpose of the financial system worth trillion dollars by the end of 2030. The schemes launched by the state authorities to expand the sector. The minister stated that the credit score limitation of Rs 1,391 crore set for MSMEs by banks under the Tamil Nadu Trade Receivables Discount Scheme (TN TReDS) will be quickly raised to Rs 5,000 crore. CM also inaugurated the “Faculty Innovation Improvement Plan” which aims to develop the professional capabilities of researchers in Courses 9-12 and enhance their entrepreneurial abilities.

Stalin distributes prizes to 3 banks, 8 pismins

A joint initiative by the Institute for Improving Innovation and Innovation – Tamil Nadu (EDII-TN), Department of Education and UNICEF, the scheme aims to provide special skills-based training to the 1.56 lakh college students by 3120 lecturers. Revolutionary Concepts can be selected from 40 teams of scientists and will be rewarded with Rs 25,000 to Rs 1,000 under the scheme.

A web-based service for registering the title deed deposit note and also launched the Equitable Mortgage Program for the profit of 6.5 thousand people. Special Mortgage Schemes to Create MSMEs and CARE (COVID Help and Aid to Entrepreneurs) schemes have been launched and the American Indian Chamber of Commerce and FaMe TN have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create MSMEs for Trade 4.0.

The Cabinet distributed awards to 3 banks that provided special loans for the growth of micro, small and medium enterprises, and eight of the largest entrepreneurs within the country. Orders for 3 mini sets – a doll set at Vilacheri, a water hyacinth set at Thoothukudi and a ladies' loom set at Thalavaipuram – were made to be arranged at a full price of Rs 9.05 crore additionally.

Ministers Palanivel Thiaga Rajan, P Moorthy, Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi and Officers from MSME were present.