NTPC Organized Special Vendor Development Programme for Women-led MSEs and SC/ST Entrepreneurs

India’s largest integrated power company NTPC’s MSME Cell- CC&M and National SC-ST Hub (NSSH), NSIC, jointly organized an online Special Vendor Development Programme (SVDP) for Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs).

March 08, 2021. By Manu Tayal

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India’s largest integrated power company NTPC’s MSME Cell- CC&M and National SC-ST Hub (NSSH), NSIC, jointly organized an online Special Vendor Development Programme (SVDP) for Micro & Small Enterprises (MSEs).

During the event, the contribution of MSEs to the nation and especially to the growth of NTPC was acknowledged and NTPC’s expectations from the MSEs, as a buyer, were articulated.

KK Sharma, GM (NSSH) was the chief guest at the event, while other eminent speakers and panellists from NTPC present were Awadhesh Kumar ED (OS), SM Gokhale CGM (CC&M) and Shoba Pattabhiraman GM(C&M).

The event had an overwhelming participation and witnessed at least 146 SC/ST and Women MSEs from across the country.

At the event, the company showcased its compliance to the Public Procurement Policy for MSEs and other initiatives/enablers like Single Window Pan NTPC Enlistment portal, Vendor payment portal, Shared Services Centres, for ease of doing business for the vendors.

The business opportunity in NTPC, in the areas of Renewable Energy (RE), Ash Utilisation and Coal Mining was highlighted.

In alignment with the Atmanirbhar Bharat policy of the Government of India (GOI), a presentation on the Spare Part Development policy of NTPC was also presented during the event. An NSSH official explained to the participating vendors about the various enablers of the GOI to support the SC/ST MSE ecosystem.

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