In this course, we will give basic information to an individual who wants to start a bread manufacturing business and get the benefit under the PMFME and ODOP scheme.
Introduction to PMFME and ODOP Scheme
Lesson 1: About PMFME and ODOP scheme
Lesson 2: Step wise process to register in MOFPI website for ODOP scheme
Legal & Regulatory requirements
Lesson 1: Company Related Registrations – Company Formation, Udyam, GST, PAN, TAN.
Lesson 2: Regulatory Compliances – FSSAI Licensing & Registrations, Labelling & Packaging Regulations
Lesson 1: Overview to bread market of India, plant layout & machinery
Lesson 2: Raw material, recipe, & basic costing of bread manufacturing
Lesson 3: Manufacturing and packaging of bread
Lesson 4: General guideline to food safety management
Lesson 4. Management
Lesson 1: Accounts & Finance
Lesson 2: Sales & Distribution
Lesson 3: Marketing
Lesson 4: Supply chain management
Lesson 5: HR Management
WHAT IS PM-FME OR ODOP
Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI), in partnership with the State/ UT Governments, has launched an all India Centrally Sponsored PM Formalization of Micro food processing Enterprises Scheme (PM FME Scheme) for providing financial, technical and business support for upgradation of existing micro food processing enterprises.
The PM FME scheme is designed to address the challenges faced by micro enterprises. It aims to enhance the competitiveness of existing individual micro-enterprises in the unorganized segment of the food processing industry. Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs), Self Help Groups (SHGs) and Producers Cooperatives can also benefit from the scheme.
The Scheme will adopt a One District One Product (ODOP) approach to reap benefit of scale in terms of procurement of inputs, availing common services and marketing of products. One District One Product approach would provide a framework for value chain development and alignment of support infrastructure. There may be more than one cluster for one product in one district. A cluster may also extend beyond one district. The States would identify food products for a district, keeping in perspective the focus of the scheme on perishables.
It is an All India Centrally Sponsored Scheme with an outlay of Rs. 10,000 crore for coverage of 2,00,000 enterprises over 5 years from 2020-21 to 2024-25. The expenditure under the scheme would be shared in 60:40 ratio between Central and State Governments, in 90:10 ratio with North Eastern and Himalayan States, 60:40 ratio with UTs with legislature and 100% by Center for other UTs.
Support to food processing units would be provided for the following:
- Credit linked grant at 35% of the project cost with maximum grant up to Rs 10.0 lakh to existing unorganized food processing units for upgradation;
- Credit linked grant at 35% of the project cost to SHGs/FPOs/cooperatives for capital expenditure with maximum limit as prescribed;
- Seed capital @ Rs. 40,000/- per member to those engaged in food processing as a working capital;
- Credit linked grant at 35% of the project cost for common infrastructure with maximum limit as prescribed;
- Support for marketing & branding up to 50% of the expenditure with maximum limit as prescribed.