MSME industries in Uttar Pradesh with special focus on (ODOP) Aligarh lock industry and Moonj craft of Prayagraj

Citation: Uma Shankar Yadav1, Ravindra Tripathi, Mano Ashish Tripathi, Nasir Mammadov (2022) MSME industries in Uttar Pradesh with special focus on (ODOP) Aligarh lock industry and Moonj craft of Prayagraj. Bank and Policy, 2(3): 17-29
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1Corresponding email: usyadav@mnnit.ac.in; Orcid: 0000-0002-5855-0983
Received: MAR 25, 2022
Accepted: APR 30, 2022

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ABSTRACT: 
The SME sector is one of the most important sectors in India. In recent years, the micro, small, and medium-sized sectors have emerged as a competitive and vibrant sector of the Indian economy, showing exceptional growth in production, jobs, and distributed development in general and exports in particular. Handicraft products are generally sustainable products made by hand or with the help of simple tools that are self-made by hand in the whole process artisan that made the craft product is called craftsmen and they use natural resources like as wood, claystone, bamboo, jute, moonj, willow plant, banana leaf, monas plant, some special shrubs, and scrub found in a forest or simply forest material some special stone also occur in river ocean, and like sheep, and the product is made by these handicraft artisans so this sector is also called sustainable industry mow days. India is called for it its natural product hasta la so-called the land of handicraft products in the world The current paper talks about the im-portance of the SME sector in India.


Keywords: SME, Small Business, Competitive Advantage of India, lock industry global handicraft index.

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