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The existing manufacturers of these items (Annexure II) not possessing an industrial license or those who have received SIA or DGTD registrations for the manufacture of these items and have either already set up their units or are in the process of setting up their unit, however are not required to apply afresh for an industrial license for the manufacture of these items.      For setting up a unit for the manufacture of any other items or any substantial expansion in its manufacture (provided its manufacture is permissible for the category to which the entrepreneur belongs) the entrepreneur has to submit a Industrial Entrepreneurs Memorandum' in the prescribed form in requisite number of copies along with a fee of Rs.1000/= only in the form of a crossed Demand Draft payable at State Bank of India,   Nirman Bhavan,   New Delhi-110001   in favour of The Pay & Accounts Officer, Department of Industrial Development , Ministry of Industry, Government of India, New Delhi to The Secretariat for Industrial Approvals (SIA), Department of Industrial Development, Department of Industry, Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi - 110001.     A similar Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum' in the prescribed form in requisite number of copies without any fee has to be submitted again to The Secretariat for Industrial Approvals(SIA), Department of Industrial Development, Ministry of Industry, Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi - 110001, when the unit is commissioned and commercial production starts. 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Utsa Patnaik

Jul 23, 2017
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