National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) is a Government of India entity that comes under Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSMEs). NSIC promotes and aids the growth of MSMEs across the nation. The corporation has setup training and incubation that is managed by professionals. NSIC provides integrated support services under various fields that include technology, support service, finance and marketing. NSIC registers Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs) under Single Point Registration Scheme (SPRS) for involvement in Government purchases.
Single Point Registration for Government Purchase
The entities registered under Single Point Registration Scheme of NSIC are eligible to avail benefits under “Public Procurement Policy for Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs) Order 2012” as directed by the Government of India.
Eligibility for registering with NSIC under SPRS
Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs) having Udyog Adhaar Memorandum (UAM) and possess their own workshop or on lease basis are eligible for registration. Eligible enterprises should possess commercial and technical advancement to provide services for supply to various Government departments that include defence, railways, PSUs, and central and state government departments. MSMEs fulfilling this criterion are eligible for registration under SPRS. MSEs who have already started their commercial production but not completed 1 year of existence are also eligible for the registration.
How to Apply for NSIC Certificate?
To complete the registration process, MSMEs need to duly fill the application form and submit the form along with required documents to the respective NSIC’s zonal or branch offices located nearest to the unit. Authorized person of MSMEs can download the application form by visiting the official website of NSIC and also can apply for registration under SPRS by clicking here.
What is the Registration Process for NSIC?
To obtain NSIC certificate, you need to follow various steps as follows:
Step 1: You need to visit the official UDYAM Registration website to obtain Udyam Registration Number or can click here www.nsicspronline.com
Step 2: MSMEs are required to register in MSME Data Bank using UAM No. and PAN, to get registered for Single Point Registration
Step 3: Fill in the required details, requested at each step of registration using PAN and UAM number
Step 4: Along with application form, submit all the necessary documents
Step 5: Pay the registration fee online to obtain the NSIC certificate
Step 6: After payment confirmation and documents verification, NSIC certificate shall be sent by post
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The registration fee is defined as per the MSME’s annual turnover and latest audited balance sheet. However, basic details of the registration fees for MSEs are mentioned below:
|SPRS Registration Fees|
|Category||Turnover up to Rs. 100 lakh||Turnover above Rs. 100 lakh|
|Micro Enterprises||Rs. 3000||Rs. 3000 plus Rs. 1500 for every additional turnover of Rs. 100 Lakh|
|Small Enterprises||Rs. 5000||Rs. 5000 plus Rs. 2000 for every additional turnover of Rs. 100 Lakh|
Note: The Registration Fee as mentioned is exclusive of the Inspection charges as levied by the inspecting agency. GST will be applicable extra on the charges. Cap of Rs. 1 lakh for all categories.
|Fee for issuance of amendments in Stores||50% of the charges proposed above for Micro and Small Enterprises with a cap of Rs. 50,000|
|Fee for issuance of change in|
monetary limit or any other
amendment in the certificate
|Fee for issuance of Renewal of Registration|
Note: Validity of Registration Certificate is 2 years and shall be renewed after every two years by verifying technical and commercial competence of the MSME.
Benefits of Registration under SPRS
- 358 items are reserved for exclusive purchase from SSI Sector
- Tender sets are issued at free of cost
- Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) payments are exempted
- PSUs, departments, central ministries shall fix an annual goal of minimum 25% of the total annual purchases of products/services produced by MSEs
In addition, NSIC offers various consultancy services that include entrepreneurship development, capacity building, policy and institutional framework and business development services.
Self-attested Documents – Duplicate Copy Required
- Self-attested copy of PAN, Udyog Adhaar Memorandum (UAM) Number
- Declaration of entry been made in MSME Data Bank
- Proof of ownership of raw materials, plant/machinery, equipment and tools
- Performance statement, as per application’s Performa ‘Annexure-F’
- Self-attested copy of ownership documents of the business location
- Copy of sales deed
- Certificate from the Directors, Proprietor and Partner whether or not they have any link with large scale Unit(s)
Documents required – Duly signed by authorized person
- Copy of PAN
- Copy of last electricity bill
- Proof of Business existence for minimum 3 years
- List of employees indulged in production and services
- Write-up on quality control measurement opted by firm for quality control
- Audited balance sheet and P&L statement for last 3 years
National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC)
NSIC Bhawan, Okhla Industrial Estate,
New Delhi – 110020, India
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Q. When was Single Point Registration Scheme launched by Government of India?
Ans. The SPRS scheme was initiated in 1976 by Government of India.
Q. What is the validity of the SPRS certificate?
Ans. The validity of SPRS certificate is 2 years and can be renewed after two years.
Q. I am a trader; can I get registered under NSIC?
Ans. No, NSIC do not register traders.
Q. Who all are eligible to get registered with NSIC under Single Point Registration Scheme?
Ans. Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs) across the nation are eligible to get registered with NSIC under SPRS.
Q. What is the permissible limit for investment in Plant & Machinery for Micro Enterprise under MSMED Act?
Ans. The allowable limit for investment in plant and machinery is up to Rs. 25 lakh.
Q. What is the permissible limit for investment in Plant & Machinery for Small Enterprise under MSMED Act?
Ans. The allowable limit for investment in plant and machinery is above Rs. 25 lakh and up to Rs. 5 crore.
Q. What is the permissible limit for investment in equipment for micro service industry?
Ans. The allowable limit for investment in equipment is up to Rs. 10 lakh.
Q. What is the permissible limit for investment in equipment for small service industry?
Ans. The allowable limit for investment in equipment is above Rs. 10 lakh and up to Rs. 2 crore.