As part of Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, the Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI) has launched an all India centrally sponsored “PM Formalisation of Micro food processing Enterprises (PMFME) Scheme” for providing financial, technical and business support for up-gradation of existing micro food processing enterprises.
The scheme will be implemented for a period of five years from 2020-21 to 2024-25 with an outlay of Rs. 10,000 cr. Two lakh micro food processing units will be directly assisted with credit-linked subsidy. The scheme details are available at https://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Home-Page
Capacity building is an important component of PMFME Scheme. Capacity development under the Scheme encompasses a whole range of activities designed to empower institutions, individuals and groups.
Training is one of the important set of activities undertaken under the Capacity Building component. Under the Scheme, it is envisaged to provide training to Trainers (Master Trainers, District Level Trainers), District Resource Persons, food processing entrepreneurs, various groups (SHGs/ FPOs/ Cooperatives), workers, and other stakeholders connected with the implementation of the scheme such as government officials, project officials, etc.
The Ministry of Food Processing intends to enlist the participation of Private Training Partners, engaged in different schemes of GOI as per the norms detailed in the Guidelines for Engagement of Private Training Partners for the capacity building component, PMFME Scheme dated 19.01.2022 (https://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Home-Page)
Private Training Partners empaneled under PMKVY-MSDE, FSSAI & NSDC
Interested Private Training Partners may apply for engagement to the State Nodal Agency of the State/UTs in the form as in Annexure2 and Annexure3 of the Guidelines for Engagement of Private Training Partners under Capacity Building Component, PMFME dt. 19.01.2022. The State/UTs contact details in this regard are available at https://pmfme.mofpi.gov.in/pmfme/#/Login
The engagement of the Private Training Partner will be done by the State Nodal Agency (SNA) of the State/UTs. The SNAs may seek addition information/ documents if required before enlisting Training Partners for undertaking training programme under the scheme.
To download EOI, Guidelines and Application Form format, click the below links: