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Training Course on Improving the Competitiveness of SMEs in Developing Countries   through the Role of Finance in India 

7‐18 December 2009    

 

Jointly organized by    

The Colombo Plan    

and    

The India Millennium Fund, India   

 

Implementing Agency   

CMC Limited, India   

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1.BACKGROUND

Colombo Plan

The Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic and Social Development in Asia and the Pacific is a unique inter-governmental organization providing development assistance under the “Planning for Prosperity” motto and the concept of self-help where member countries provide assistance to one another in socio-economic development.

The Colombo Plan was conceived at the Commonwealth Conference on Foreign Affairs held in Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) in January 1950 and was established on 1 July 1951 as a cooperative venture for economic and social advancement of the people of South and Southeast Asia. It has grown from the founding group of seven Commonwealth nations - Australia, Britain, Canada, Ceylon, India, New Zealand and Pakistan – to 26 including non-Commonwealth and countries belonging to the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Current Colombo Plan member countries are Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Republic of Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United States of America and Vietnam.

In December 1977 the Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic Development in South and Southeast Asia was changed to The Colombo Plan for Co-operative Economic and Social Development in Asia and the Pacific, to reflect the expanded geographical composition of its enhanced membership and the scope of its activities. The primary focus of all Colombo Plan activities is human resources development in the Asia-Pacific region.

Over the years, the programme content of the Colombo Plan has been adjusted to respond to the needs of member countries in a fast changing economic environment. In the early years, the training programmes were more of a long-term nature whilst the current programmes are established to provide advance skills and experience sharing, aimed at arriving at the best practices in different fields of economic and social activities for effective policy making and governance.

Funding:

A significant characteristic of the Colombo Plan is that the administrative costs of the Council and the Secretariat are borne equally by all member countries and all member countries have an equal status in Colombo Plan’s functions and activities. However, programme activities are funded by voluntary contributions by member countries as development partners. In addition, non-member countries, other international and regional organisations and other donor agencies are also sourced for funding.

Current Programmes:

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in member countries. In this regard, Colombo Plan has established three programmes for capacity building, namely, Drug Advisory Programme, Programme for Public Administration and Environment, Long-term Scholarship Programme and Programme for Private Sector Development.

Programme for Public Administration & Environment (PPA & Env.)

Programme for Public Administration and Environment (PPA) was established in 1995, following the revitalization of the Colombo Plan’s structure and areas of focus. The primary objective of this program is to develop human capital in the public sector of the developing member countries (DMCs), through long-term and short-term training programmes in prioritized areas such as project planning, IT management, economic planning, crisis management, education, public governance, gene based techniques and environmental issues such as air pollution management, integrated environmental planning.

The PPA conducts training programmes for middle and senior level government officials of developing and under developed CPS member countries, through joint collaboration with partners like Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP), Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA), Indian Millennium Fund (IMF), Pakistan Technical Assistance Programme and Technical Cooperation Directorate of Singapore. The PPA has established good partnerships with Centres of Excellence in its member countries as well as with inter-governmental organisations to deliver training programmes in critical issues of development. From 1995 up to date, 1,597 government officials from CPS member countries have participated in PPA’s training programmes.

Long-term Scholarship Programme (LTSP)

The Long–term Scholarship Programme (LTSP) was a hallmark of the Colombo Plan during its early years until 1989. Due to the needs of member countries, it was offered again in 2005 to provide opportunities for suitable candidates from member countries to pursue their Master Degrees in prestigious universities in Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. Since 1995 to date, 89 scholars from 18 CPS member countries have benefited from this programme.

Programme for Private Sector Development (PPSD)

The Programme for Private Sector Development (PPSD), established in 1995 provides short-term training programmes and workshops for the development of the private sector. The focus of PPSD is on capacity building of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which in many economies drive economic growth and create employment opportunities for a large segment of the labour force. The Programme`s scope covers technology transfer, SME development, business management and sharing of best practices, World Trade Organization, productivity, trade issues and industrialization policy. PPSD also plays an important role in promoting a business friendly environment through building up of capacity of those relevant government officers who are responsible to put in place supporting institutions, laws and policies as well as regulations, which affect the private sector.

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Organization (APO) and Singapore Cooperation Programme (SCP). Since inception in 1995, Korea has been contributing to the PPSD programmes. Since then, 1,305 officials from CPS member countries have participated in PPSD’s training programmes.

Drug Advisory Programme (DAP)

The Colombo Plan Drug advisory programme (CPDAP) was launched in 1973, as the first regional programme to address the drug abuse problem in the Asia – Pacific region and the oldest of the current Colombo Plan Programmes. From the inception the CPDAP has been contributing to the development of human resources in member countries by enhancing the capabilities of officials in government and non-governmental organizations involved in drug abuse prevention and control.

Responding to the changing needs of the member countries, which are facing multi-faceted problems due to illicit drug production, trafficking and abuse the CPDAP has embarked on several innovative strategies in the recent past. One among them is the faith-based approach to drug demand reduction. This strategy is implemented by mobilizing religious leaders and scholars who are being given specialized training and exposure to best practices in the region. The other strategy is strengthening of on-going drug prevention and treatment initiatives in the member countries, through establishing Outreach Drop-in Centres (ODCs). Seven ODCs have been established in Afghanistan (1), Pakistan (4) and the Philippines (2) to supplement and strengthen the on-going treatment and aftercare efforts in these countries. The third strategy is introducing life skills to students and young people through formal education and activities. The CPDAP continue to enhance and integrate life skills into drug demand reduction programmes. With the aim to create a cadre of addiction professionals in the Asia – Pacific region and to raise the benchmark for quality services and care for recovering individuals and families, the Asian Centre for Certification and Education (ACCE) of Addiction Professionals was established in February 2009 under the CPDAP.

The Afghanistan initiative is the largest programme of the CPDAP. The initiatives include the Assistance to Treatment Facilities in Afghanistan, the Operation of Mosque-Based Drug Prevention and Aftercare Programme, the Transit Shelter for Women and Girls Victims of Gender-Based Violence, the Counter Narcotics Public Information (CNPI) Campaign, and the Implementation of School-Based Drug Prevention Programme.

2. CMC LIMITED, INDIA

Computer Maintenance Corporation (CMC) Limited commenced operations in October 1976. While maintenance activities progressed well, CMC slowly spread its wings and turned its attention to other areas of computer support. Offices were set up in different cities and a whole range of consultancy services offered including Facility Management, Software Development, Networking Services and Computer Education and Training.

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sectors includes embedded systems, on-line transaction processing systems, process control, image processing, Windows-GUI, UNIX and networking & data communications.

With 18 offices in India, a wholly owned subsidiary company in USA, global marketing presence and a talented pool of technical manpower, CMC caters to the IT requirements of customers and provides cutting edge, unmatched solutions both in India and abroad.

CMC ventured into education and training in India in the year 1978. It was one of the first companies in the field of Information Technology to offer IT education and training programmes on a regular basis for a wide spectrum of people.

CMC Limited today has its own training centres in 6 cities namely, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad. In addition, it has around 150 authorized training centres spread across the country. The Education & Training division has tie-up with various technology partners namely, Sun, IBM, Thomson Prometric etc., to provide quality training and testing services. CMC’s training capabilities are recognized by employers across the country and international partners like the Colombo Plan.

3. PROGRAMME FOR IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF SMES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES THROUGH THE ROLE OF FINANCE IN INDIA Finance has been identified in many business surveys as the most important factor determining the survival and growth of SMEs in both developing and developed countries. Access to finance allows SMEs to undertake productive investments to expand their businesses and to acquire the latest technologies, thus ensuring their competitiveness and that of the nation as a whole. Poorly functioning financial systems can seriously undermine the microeconomic fundamentals of a country, resulting in lower growth in income and employment.

Despite their dominant numbers and importance in job creation, SMEs traditionally have faced difficulty in obtaining formal credit or equity. For example, commercial bank loans extended to SMEs are often limited to a period which is far too short to pay off any sizeable investment. Meanwhile, access to competitive interest rates is reserved for only a few selected blue-chip companies while loan interest rates offered to SMEs remain high. Moreover, banks in many developing countries have traditionally lent overwhelmingly to big multinational corporations (MNCs), which offered less risk. Such practices have crowded out most SMEs borrowers and increased the cost of capital for them. In the case of venture capital funds, they have been concentrated in mainly technology sector. Likewise, the international financial institutions have not adequately supported financing for the SMEs. SMEs are regarded as high-risk borrowers due to their insufficient assets and low capitalization, vulnerability to market fluctuations and high failure rates. These preferences and tendencies have exacerbated the lack of financing for SMEs.

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4.OBJECTIVES

The objective of this training programme is to enable the participants to understand the best practices in financial innovations for SMEs in enhancing their long run viability and competitiveness. In addition, the specific objectives are:

• to understand the recent developments of financing programme served by commercial banks;

• to determine specialized institutions and programmes for SMEs at national and international level;

• to understand the components of finance;

• to provide participants the know-how venture capital funds; and

• to recognize the role of international community in supporting the development of SMEs.

5.CONTENT OF THE WORKSHOP

• An overview of the small scale industries sector.

• ce of finance for small industries, procedures and formalities. • Project preparation.

• Management aspects of an enterprise.

• Production Management: Productivity improvement techniques, quality assurances. • Financial Management: Costing and pricing, profit and loss account/balance sheet, break

even analysis.

• Marketing Management: Demand forecasting, communication, sales promotion & consumer rights, etc.

• Taxation, Value Added Tax (VAT) and Insurance. • Policy options on improved access to finance for SMEs.

• Comparative financial policy of SME in developed and developing countries. • The role of public and private financial institution in financing SMEs. • SME Financing issues: Demand side and supply side.

6. Language

The programme are conducted in English.

7. Duration

The Programme is scheduled from 7 – 18 December 2009.

8. Invited Countries

Colombo Plan Developing Member countries.

9. Number of Participants

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10. Admission Criteria

• Senior or mid-level career from the Government or National Chambers of Commerce in the relevant field must be nominated by the Colombo Plan National Focal Point of their respective Governments.

• Minimum of two years work experience.

• Completed a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent. • Meet English language requirement.

• Age not exceeding 45 years.

11. Fellowship

The scholarship award will cover:

• A return air ticket on economy class to India. • Training costs.

• Per diem allowance of US$20. • Accomodation fees.

12. Airport Transfer

National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NIMSME), India.

13. Attire

All participants are required to dress appropriately during the workshop and the study visit.

14. Member Country Nominations

Each developing member country is requested to nominate, through the Colombo Plan National Focal Point up to two (2) candidates, one principal and one reserve, by completing the Colombo Plan Application Form and submission of a medical certificate. The duly accomplished nomination forms (two sets) should be forwarded not later than 18 November 2009 to the Colombo Plan Secretariat to the following address:

The Secretary-General Colombo Plan Secretariat 31 Wijerama Road, Colombo 7

Sri Lanka

or

Mr. Ibrahim bin Abdullah

Director –Programme for Private Sector Development Colombo Plan Secretariat

Tel: 00 94 11 2381831 (Ext. 42) Email: ibrahima@colombo-plan.org For more information contact: Ms. Devika Karunaratne

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Tel: 94 11 2381831 (Ext. 20) Email: devikak@colombo-plan.org

The Registrar

National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NI-MSME) Yousufguda, Hyderabad - 500 045, INDIA

Tel: +91-40-23608544 (3 lines)/23608316 (4 lines) Fax: +91-40-23608547 / 23608956

E-mail: registrar@ nimsme.org. Website: http://www.nimsme.org The deadline for the nominations will be strictly observed.

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Training Course on Regional Perspective of Developing and Developed Countries Cooperation for SMEs Competitiveness, Marketing and Partnership in India

7-18 December 2009

Jointly organized by

The Colombo Plan

and

The India Millennium Fund, India

Implementing Agency

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1.BACKGROUND

Colombo Plan

The Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic and Social Development in Asia and the Pacific is a unique inter-governmental organization providing development assistance under the “Planning for Prosperity” motto and the concept of self-help where member countries provide assistance to one another in socio-economic development.

The Colombo Plan was conceived at the Commonwealth Conference on Foreign Affairs held in Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) in January 1950 and was established on 1 July 1951 as a cooperative venture for economic and social advancement of the people of South and Southeast Asia. It has grown from the founding group of seven Commonwealth nations - Australia, Britain, Canada, Ceylon, India, New Zealand and Pakistan – to 26 including non-Commonwealth and countries belonging to the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Current Colombo Plan member countries are Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Republic of Korea, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United States of America and Vietnam.

In December 1977 the Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic Development in South and Southeast Asia was changed to The Colombo Plan for Co-operative Economic and Social Development in Asia and the Pacific, to reflect the expanded geographical composition of its enhanced membership and the scope of its activities. The primary focus of all Colombo Plan activities is human resources development in the Asia-Pacific region.

Over the years, the programme content of the Colombo Plan has been adjusted to respond to the needs of member countries in a fast changing economic environment. In the early years, the training programmes were more of a long-term nature whilst the current programmes are established to provide advance skills and experience sharing, aimed at arriving at the best practices in different fields of economic and social activities for effective policy making and governance.

Funding:

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Current Programmes:

In 1995, Colombo Plan revitalized its programmes to emphasize on short-term training courses in priority areas and promoting South-South cooperation. The current programmes of the Colombo Plan are in the areas of Public Administration and Environment including post-graduate long-term scholarships, Private Sector Development and Drug Demand Prevention in member countries. In this regard, Colombo Plan has established three programmes for capacity building, namely, Drug Advisory Programme, Programme for Public Administration and Environment, Long-term Scholarship Programme and Programme for Private Sector Development.

Programme for Public Administration & Environment (PPA & Env.)

Programme for Public Administration and Environment (PPA) was established in 1995, following the revitalization of the Colombo Plan’s structure and areas of focus. The primary objective of this program is to develop human capital in the public sector of the developing member countries (DMCs), through long-term and short-term training programmes in prioritized areas such as project planning, IT management, economic planning, crisis management, education, public governance, gene based techniques and environmental issues such as air pollution management, integrated environmental planning.

The PPA conducts training programmes for middle and senior level government officials of developing and under developed CPS member countries, through joint collaboration with partners like Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP), Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA), Indian Millennium Fund (IMF), Pakistan Technical Assistance Programme and Technical Cooperation Directorate of Singapore. The PPA has established good partnerships with Centres of Excellence in its member countries as well as with inter-governmental organisations to deliver training programmes in critical issues of development. From 1995 up to date, 1,597 government officials from CPS member countries have participated in PPA’s training programmes.

Long-term Scholarship Programme (LTSP)

The Long–term Scholarship Programme (LTSP) was a hallmark of the Colombo Plan during its early years until 1989. Due to the needs of member countries, it was offered again in 2005 to provide opportunities for suitable candidates from member countries to pursue their Master Degrees in prestigious universities in Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. Since 1995 to date, 89 scholars from 18 CPS member countries have benefited from this programme.

Programme for Private Sector Development (PPSD)

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promoting a business friendly environment through building up of capacity of those relevant government officers who are responsible to put in place supporting institutions, laws and policies as well as regulations, which affect the private sector.

To obtain the best outcomes for these programmes, PPSD collaborates with member governments and their centres of excellence to implement the programmes. Our current partner agencies are Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Malaysia Productivity Centre (MPC), CMC Ltd under the Indian Millennium Fund, Asia Productivity Organization (APO) and Singapore Cooperation Programme (SCP). Since inception in 1995, Korea has been contributing to the PPSD programmes. Since then, 1,305 officials from CPS member countries have participated in PPSD’s training programmes.

Drug Advisory Programme (DAP)

The Colombo Plan Drug advisory programme (CPDAP) was launched in 1973, as the first regional programme to address the drug abuse problem in the Asia – Pacific region and the oldest of the current Colombo Plan Programmes. From the inception the CPDAP has been contributing to the development of human resources in member countries by enhancing the capabilities of officials in government and non-governmental organizations involved in drug abuse prevention and control.

Responding to the changing needs of the member countries, which are facing multi-faceted problems due to illicit drug production, trafficking and abuse the CPDAP has embarked on several innovative strategies in the recent past. One among them is the faith-based approach to drug demand reduction. This strategy is implemented by mobilizing religious leaders and scholars who are being given specialized training and exposure to best practices in the region. The other strategy is strengthening of on-going drug prevention and treatment initiatives in the member countries, through establishing Outreach Drop-in Centres (ODCs). Seven ODCs have been established in Afghanistan (1), Pakistan (4) and the Philippines (2) to supplement and strengthen the on-going treatment and aftercare efforts in these countries. The third strategy is introducing life skills to students and young people through formal education and activities. The CPDAP continue to enhance and integrate life skills into drug demand reduction programmes. With the aim to create a cadre of addiction professionals in the Asia – Pacific region and to raise the benchmark for quality services and care for recovering individuals and families, the Asian Centre for Certification and Education (ACCE) of Addiction Professionals was established in February 2009 under the CPDAP.

The Afghanistan initiative is the largest programme of the CPDAP. The initiatives include the Assistance to Treatment Facilities in Afghanistan, the Operation of Mosque-Based Drug Prevention and Aftercare Programme, the Transit Shelter for Women and Girls Victims of Gender-Based Violence, the Counter Narcotics Public Information (CNPI) Campaign, and the Implementation of School-Based Drug Prevention Programme.

2. NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (NIMSME), INDIA

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Medium Enterprises through its training, research, consultancy, and extension and information services. NIMSME has 4 theme-focused school of expertise, namely School of Enterprise Development (SED), School of Enterprise Management (SEM), School of Entrepreneurship and Extension (SEE) and School of Enterprise Information and Communication (SEIC). Since 1967, NIMSME has trained more than 6,300 professionals from 127 countries.

3. PROGRAMME FOR SMEs COMPETITIVENESS, MARKETING AND PARTNERSHIP IN INDIA

Every country has to apply suitable methodologies for cooperation with other countries. The broad sectors of such cooperation include marketing, production, managerial and financial needs to be put to optimum utilization for higher impact and benefits.

The immediate concern for any country is to understand the external environment in order to assess opportunities and threats and to accordingly adjust internal processes and operations. This would warrant a total understanding of the prevailing competition and to draw up long-term perspectives and build products portfolio. This would necessitate strategic planning for cost effective production and marketing strategies. Large enterprises need the support of small and medium enterprise through vendor development, joint venture, and acquisition and merger.

Therefore, the Colombo Plan in collaboration with the National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NIMSME), India, has organized the Training Course on Regional Perspective of Developing and Developed Countries Cooperation for SMEs Competitiveness, Marketing and Partnership.

OBJECTIVES

The broad objective of this training programme is to provide participants with both regional concept of partnership and analytical and practical know-how. In addition, the specific objectives are:

• to foster business to business contact at regional level;

• to review existing legal frameworks from the point of view of encouraging foreign co-operation with domestic SMEs;

• to develop skills for development of international networking; and • to develop cross-border partnership and business matching.

5. CONTENT OF THE WORKSHOP

I. POLICY ENVIRONMENT

A.Frame Work

• SME development perspectives in India

• Enterprise Development Programmes & Experiences • Frame work for Global competitiveness

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B.Decision Makers • Financial Institutions • Banks

• Development banks • Corporations

• National/International Development Institutions • Confederation of Corporations

• Donor Organizations.

Approaches:

Structured co-operation/Firms – Association Interactions Joint ventures International co-operative Scheme(Modernization/Technology/Enhancement of Competitiveness)

II. FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVES

• Financing needs of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) • Access of finance

• Financing practices/Bench marks • Accounting – audit standards • Business models

• Debt instruments

• Risk assessment and credit rating

• Exclusive financial institutions including banks

III. ENTREPRENEURIAL PERSPECTIVES • Networking consultants for export promotion • Sharing Market Information/Market Intelligence • Foreign Market Services

• Joint Venture Facilitation/Equity Participation • Innovation Management

• Human Resources and Capacity Building – organizational development • Regional Trade Agreements

• Buyer – Seller Markets • Business Management

• Organizational Models – Trade-related knowledge/Skill based

IV. INFRASTRUCTURE & TECHNOLOGY • Technology Transfer

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V. NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNTIES • Production Networks

• Outsourcing/Sub-contracting • Clusters

• Horizontal Specialization

VI. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • Environmental Degradation

• Child Labour

• Citizen Concerns and Human Rights • Social Security

6. Language

The programme are conducted in English.

7. Duration

The Programme is scheduled from 7 – 18 December 2009.

8. Invited Countries

Colombo Plan Developing Member countries.

9. Number of Participants

15 participants.

10. Admission Criteria

• Senior or mid-level government officials in the relevant field must be nominated by the Colombo Plan National Focal Point of their respective Governments.

• Minimum of two years work experience.

• Completed a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent. • Meet English language requirement.

• Age not exceeding 45 years.

11. Fellowship

The scholarship award will cover:

• A return air ticket on economy class to India. • Training costs.

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12. Airport Transfer

National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NIMSME), India.

13. Attire

All participants are required to dress appropriately during the workshop and the study visit.

14. Member Country Nominations

Each developing member country is requested to nominate, through the Colombo Plan National Focal Point up to two (2) candidates, one principal and one reserve, by completing the Colombo Plan Application Form and submission of a medical certificate. The duly accomplished nomination forms (two sets) should be forwarded not later than 18 November 2009 to the Colombo Plan Secretariat to the following address:

The Secretary-General Colombo Plan Secretariat 31 Wijerama Road, Colombo 7

Sri Lanka

or

Mr. Ibrahim bin Abdullah

Director –Programme for Private Sector Development Colombo Plan Secretariat

Tel: 00 94 11 2381831 (Ext. 42) Email: ibrahima@colombo-plan.org For more information contact: Ms. Devika Karunaratne

Programme Officer- Programme for Private Sector Development Tel: 94 11 2381831 (Ext. 20)

Email: devikak@colombo-plan.org

The Registrar

National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NI-MSME) Yousufguda, Hyderabad - 500 045, INDIA

Tel: +91-40-23608544 (3 lines)/23608316 (4 lines) Fax: +91-40-23608547 / 23608956

E-mail: registrar@ nimsme.org. Website: http://www.nimsme.org The deadline for the nominations will be strictly observed.

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Colombo Plan

India Joint Training Programmes APPLICATION FORM (typewriting or block letters)

TITLE OF COURSE:

Training Course on Regional Perspective of Developing

and Developed Countries Cooperation for SMEs

Competitiveness, Marketing & Partnership in India

Date of Commencement:

IMPLEMENTING AGENCYTITUTION:

National Institute for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

From 7-18 December 2009

1. PERSONAL DATA

Family name (surname) Date of birth

Day Month Year

First Name Nationality (citizenship):

Other names Gender:

Male/Female #

City and country of birth Marital status

Single/Married/Divorced/Widowed #

Passport No: Religion:

#Delete accordingly

2. COMMUNICATION AND MAILING ADDRESS

Applicant's Office Address: Applicant's Postal/ Home Address:

Home telephone

Country Area Number

Office telephone Telefax Email

Country Area Number Country Area Number Person to be contacted in case of emergency, name, telephone and address

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3. EDUCATION (list in order of time, starting with last institution attended)

Name of institution and place of study Major field of study Years of study: from - to

Degree

4. EMPLOYMENT RECORD

A. Present or most recent post B. Previous post

Employer: Employer:

Years of service (from - to): Years of service (from - to)

Title of your post/position: Title of your post/position:

Present salary per month (US Dollars): Salary per month (US Dollars):

Name of supervisor and title: Name of supervisor and title:

Type of organization:

Government /Semi Government/ Private/ NGO #

Type of Organization

Government/ Semi Government/ Private/ NGO #

Main functions of organization: Main functions of organization:

Total number of employees: Total number of employees:

# Delete accordingly

Description of your work including your responsibility:

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5. REASONS FOR APPLYING FOR THIS COURSE

Please state briefly the reasons for applying to this course and how you hope to benefit from the programme.

Please continue on supplementary pages if necessary

Have you participated in Colombo Plan training programme before: YES/ NO #

Name of course Name of Training Institute Year

# Delete accordingly

6. CERTIFICATION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

Excellent Good Fair Basic Remarks

Listening Speaking Writing Reading

Mother tongue: ____________________________

Language test administered by : ___________________________________________________________

Title : ___________________________________________________________

Address : ___________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________

Tel. Number : ___________________________

E mail : ___________________________

Date and signature : ___________________________________________________________

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7. MEDICAL REPORT (to be completed by an authorized physician) Name of Applicant:

Age: Sex: Height: cm Weight Kg

Blood Group:

A B AB O

Blood Pressure:

Is the person examined at present in good heath? Is the person examined physically and mentally able

to carry out intensive training away from home?

Is the person free of infectious diseases (AIDS, tuberculosis, trachoma, skin diseases etc.)?

Does the person examined have any condition or defect (including teeth), which might require treatment during the course?

List any abnormalities indicated in the chest X ray. Pregnancy Test (for women):

I certify that the applicant is medically fit to undertake a course in Sri Lanka.

Name of Physician : ________________________________________________________________

Address of Clinic (printed)

: ________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________ Telephone

(printed)

: ________________________________________________________________

E mail : ______________________________ Date: ___________________________

Signature of Physician : ______________________________ Seal of Clinic:

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8. DECLARATION

Have you ever been convicted by a Court of Law of any country? Yes/ No # If yes, please give brief details:

I certify that my statements in answer to the foregoing questions are true, complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

If accepted for a training award, I undertake

to:-(a)Carry out such instructions and abide by such conditions as may be stipulated by both the nominating government and the host government in respect of this course of training;

(b)Follow the course of study or training, and abide by the rules of the institution in which I undertake to study or train;

(c)Refrain from engaging in political activities, or any form of employment for profit or gain; (d)Submit any progress reports which may be prescribed; and

(e)Return to my home country promptly upon the completion of my course of study or training.

I also fully understand that if I am granted an award it may be subsequently withdrawn if I fail to make adequate progress or for other sufficient cause determined by the host Government.

Signature of applicant: ………

Name: ………... Date:………. # Delete accordingly

9. OFFICIAL DECLARATION (to be completed by the nominating government)

The Government of: ……….

nominates ……… (name of applicant)

For the training course under the Colombo Plan - Colombo Plan Staff College Joint Programme and certifies that: (a)all information supplied by the nominee is complete and correct;

(b)the nominee had adequate knowledge and was appropriately tested for English Language proficiency.

Remarks: ……….

(Signature of responsible Government Official)

Address of Department/ Ministry: Please note: This application form must be duly completed and endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the relevant agency responsible for the Colombo Plan programmes in your country. INCOMPLETE AND/ OR UNENDORSED FORMS CANNOT BE PROCESSED.

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Colombo Plan –India Joint Training Programmes

APPLICATION FORM (typewriting or block letters)

TITLE OF COURSE:

Training Course on Improving the Competitiveness of

SMEs in Developing Countries through the Role of

Finance

Date of Commencement:

IMPLEMENTING AGENCYTITUTION:

Computer Maintenance Corporation(CMC) Ltd

From 7-18 December 2009

1. PERSONAL DATA

Family name (surname) Date of birth

Day Month Year

First Name Nationality (citizenship):

Other names Gender:

Male/Female #

City and country of birth Marital status

Single/Married/Divorced/Widowed #

Passport No: Religion:

#Delete accordingly

2. COMMUNICATION AND MAILING ADDRESS

Applicant's Office Address: Applicant's Postal/ Home Address:

Home telephone

Country Area Number

Office telephone Telefax Email

Country Area Number Country Area Number

Person to be contacted in case of emergency, name, telephone and address

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3. EDUCATION (list in order of time, starting with last institution attended)

Name of institution and place of study Major field of study Years of study: from - to

Degree

4. EMPLOYMENT RECORD

A. Present or most recent post B. Previous post

Employer: Employer:

Years of service (from - to): Years of service (from - to)

Title of your post/position: Title of your post/position:

Present salary per month (US Dollars): Salary per month (US Dollars):

Name of supervisor and title: Name of supervisor and title:

Type of organization:

Government /Semi Government/ Private/ NGO #

Type of Organization

Government/ Semi Government/ Private/ NGO #

Main functions of organization: Main functions of organization:

Total number of employees: Total number of employees:

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Description of your work including your responsibility:

Please continue on supplementary pages if necessary

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5. REASONS FOR APPLYING FOR THIS COURSE

Please state briefly the reasons for applying to this course and how you hope to benefit from the programme.

Please continue on supplementary pages if necessary

Have you participated in Colombo Plan training programme before: YES/ NO #

Name of course Name of Training Institute Year

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6. CERTIFICATION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

Excellent Good Fair Basic Remarks

Listening Speaking Writing Reading

Mother tongue: ____________________________

Language test administered by : ___________________________________________________________

Title : ___________________________________________________________

Address : ___________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________

Tel. Number : ___________________________

E mail : ___________________________

Date and signature : ___________________________________________________________

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7. MEDICAL REPORT (to be completed by an authorized physician)

Name of Applicant:

Age: Sex: Height: cm Weight Kg Blood Group:

A B AB O

Blood Pressure:

Is the person examined at present in good heath? Is the person examined physically and mentally able to carry out intensive training away from home?

Is the person free of infectious diseases (AIDS, tuberculosis, trachoma, skin diseases etc.)?

Does the person examined have any condition or defect (including teeth), which might require treatment during the course?

List any abnormalities indicated in the chest X ray. Pregnancy Test (for women):

I certify that the applicant is medically fit to undertake a course in Sri Lanka.

Name of Physician : ________________________________________________________________

Address of Clinic (printed)

: ________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

Telephone (printed)

: ________________________________________________________________

E mail : ______________________________ Date: ___________________________

Signature of Physician : ______________________________ Seal of Clinic:

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8. DECLARATION

Have you ever been convicted by a Court of Law of any country? Yes/ No # If yes, please give brief details:

I certify that my statements in answer to the foregoing questions are true, complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

If accepted for a training award, I undertake

to:-(a)Carry out such instructions and abide by such conditions as may be stipulated by both the nominating government and the host government in respect of this course of training;

(b)Follow the course of study or training, and abide by the rules of the institution in which I undertake to study or train;

(c)Refrain from engaging in political activities, or any form of employment for profit or gain; (d)Submit any progress reports which may be prescribed; and

(e)Return to my home country promptly upon the completion of my course of study or training.

I also fully understand that if I am granted an award it may be subsequently withdrawn if I fail to make adequate progress or for other sufficient cause determined by the host Government.

Signature of applicant: ………

Name: ………... Date:……….

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9. OFFICIAL DECLARATION (to be completed by the nominating government)

The Government of: ……….

nominates ……… (name of applicant)

For the training course under the Colombo Plan - Colombo Plan Staff College Joint Programme and certifies that: (a)all information supplied by the nominee is complete and correct;

(b)the nominee had adequate knowledge and was appropriately tested for English Language proficiency.

Remarks: ……….

(Signature of responsible Government Official)

Address of Department/ Ministry: Please note: This application form must be duly completed and endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the relevant agency responsible for the Colombo Plan programmes in your country. INCOMPLETE AND/ OR UNENDORSED FORMS CANNOT BE PROCESSED.

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