Bhubaneswar, Sep 1: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has assented the implementation of the new centrally sponsored scheme “Prime Minister Formalization of Micro food processing Enterprises” (PMFME) in Odisha.
The State Government has nominated MSME Department as nodal department, Director of Industries, Odisha as nodal officer and APICOL, Bhubaneswar as the nodal agency for implementation of the PMFME scheme in Odisha.
The Scheme aims to promote formalization and to enhance the competitiveness in the existing unorganized individual micro food processing enterprises as well as supports FPOs, SHGs and Producers Cooperatives along with their entire value chain on the basis of One District One Product (ODOP) concept along with support for Common Infrastructure, Branding and Marketing Support, Capacity Building & Research.
Existing micro food processing units would be provided with credit-linked capital subsidy @35% of the eligible project cost with a maximum ceiling of Rs 10 lakh per unit. FPOs will be provided with Grant @35% with credit linkage, Training support & marketing. For SHGs, Seed capital @ Rs40,000 per member of SHG for working capital and purchase of small tools, credit linked grant @35% with maximum amount being Rs 10 lakh. to individual SHG member as a single unit of food processing industry will be provided. Rs. 2.31 crores has been received from the Government of India as the 1st phase contribution.
The scheme adopts “One District One Product” approach to reap the benefit of the scheme. After several rounds of deliberations finally on August 26 in a high level deliberation between VC, OUAT, Principal Secretary, MSME, Director, Industries, Director of Agriculture & FE, Director of Horticulture, MD of APICOL, officers from Mission Shakti, Animal Husbandry & veterinary services, Fisheries, OLM, ORMAS,SLBC, Scientists from ICAR Institutes, the list of ODOP was finalised.
Principal Secretary, MSME fixed up an initial subsidy target of Rs. 30 lakhs for each district under the scheme. The Directors were instructed to take necessary steps for early utilization of the grant received from Government of India. It was decided that OUAT will be the Nodal agency for capacity building under this scheme.
The list of ODOP product is enclosed for the knowledge of the food processing enterprises of our state who can reap the benefit under this scheme.
One District One Product (ODOP) Final List
Sl No District ODOP
1 Angul Fruit Based Products (Mango)
2 Balasore Fish Based products
3 Bargarh Oil seed Based Products (Groundnut)
4 Bhadrak Fish Based products
5 Bolangir Fruit Based Products(Banana)
6 Boudh Fruit Based Products (Mango)
7 Cuttack Milk Based products
8 Deogarh Fruit Based Products (Orange)
9 Dhenkanal Fruit Based Products (Mango)
10 Gajapati Fruit Based Products (Pineapple)
11 Ganjam Fish Based products
12 Jagatsinghapur Milk Based products
13 Jajpur Oil seed Based Products (Groundnut)
14 Jharsuguda Spices Based product (Chilli)
15 Kalahandi Fruit Based Products(Banana)
16 Kandhamal Spices Based Products (Turmeric)
17 Kendrapara Coconut Based Products
18 Keonjhar Fruit Based Products (Mango)
19 Khordha Mushroom Based products
20 Koraput Spices Based Products (Ginger)
21 Malkangiri Millet Based Products
22 Mayurbhanj Honey Based Products (Mango)
23 Nabarangapur Fruit Based Products (Mango)
24 Nayagarh Sugarcane Based products
25 Nuapada Millet Based Products
26 Puri Coconut Based Products
27 Rayagada Tamarind Based Products
28 Sambalpur Spices Based product (Chilli)
29 Subarnapur Fruit Based Products (Mango)
30 Sundargarh Fruit Based Products (Mango)