District Industries and Commerce Centre

Last Updated on: July 30, 2022

After declaration of Majuli District on 8th September 2016 ,the post of General Manager and seven other posts in different cadre for the newly established District Industries & Commerce Centre were  created vide Govt.Notification No-CI.76/2016/74 Dated 20.03.2019.The DICC Majuli started functioning with effect from 18.03.2020 .It is presently operating in a rented house at Garamur.

B.Objective of DICC-

1.To accelerate efforts for industrialisation of the district.

2.To provide the benefits of the Government schemes to the new and existing entrepreneurs in rural and urban areas.

3.To attain economic equality among rural and urban areas of the district through employment generation.

C.Functions of DICC-

1.Act as focal ponitof the industrialisation of a district.

2.Preparing Industrial profile of the district.

3.Guidance and Awareness to the entrepreneurs through training programme.

4.Implementation of different Govt .sponsored schemes.

5.To provide marketing Exposures through trade faires,Exhibitions .

6.Assessment of Infrastructural facilities.


D.Organisational set up-

The District Industries and Commerce centre,Majuli is headed by one General Manager,One Assistant Manager,One Extension officer,one Senior Assistant,One Junior Assistant,and two Grade IV staff.However the DICC is running with only One General Manager and One Assistant Manager.

The subordinate office of the superintendent of Industries,Majuli is presently running with one Superintendent of Industries ane ne Junior Assistant.

Officials of DICC Majuli-

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Sri Sanjib RajKonwar

General Manager

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Sri Janardan Das

Assistant Manager



Sri Rajib Lochan Bora

Superintendent of Industries




E.Schemes Implemented by DICC-

1.Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)-

It is a central Sector scheme administered by Ministry of Micro small and Medium Enterprises.The Scheme is implemented by DICC,KVIC,KVIB and Banks.

  • Project Cost for 1.st Loan-Manufacturing Sector-Rs 50 Lakhs

                                                2.Service/Business Sector-Rs 20 Lakhs

                                                3.Govt.Margin Money-Rural @ 35%of the project Cost.

                          Urban@25% of the project Cost.

                                                4.Activities                     -All MSME sector.

  • Project Cost for 2nd Loan-Manufacturing Sector-Rs 1Cr@20% subsidy.

    Service Sector               -Rs 25 akhs@20% subsidy.


2.PrimeMinister’s Formalisation of Micro Food Processing Enterprises Scheme(PMFME)-

The main objective is to enhance Competitiveness of existing individual micro enterprises in the unorganised sector of the food processing industry and promote formalisation of the sector.


3..Mukhya Mantrir Tholuwa Udyog Bikash Achoni(MMTUBA).

It is a scheme of Govt.of Assam introduced to provide assistance to Handicraft Industries & Clusters in the District of Assam.In majuli District Pottery Sector was Chosen to promote livelihood of the artisans & to boost their activities with new technology and Design.For this Financial assistance to the tune of Rs 29.50 lakh was provided to Salmora Mrit Silpa Unnayan Somobai Somity Limited in the FY 2019-20.


4.Ease of Doing Business(EODB)-

i)The Assam Ease of doing Business Act 2016 came into force in 26th Feb 2016 with an aim to create a plateform for providing the best support towards the prospective and existing business.

ii)Single Window agency has been established in theOffice of the Commissioner of Industries & Commerce ,Bamunimaidam,Guwahati-21.

iii)The Web Poral is https://easeofdoingbusinessinassam.in/

5.State Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy-2019-

The Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy of Assam-2019 lays emphasis on the following core objectives which will be available to the units going into production wef 1/9/2019 upto 31/8/2024under the policy having obtained Eligibilty Certificate.

i)State Goods and Service Tax reimbursement.

ii)Power subsidy.

iii)Subsidy on Generating Set.

iv)Interest n working Capital oan.

v)Financial assistance to MSMEs listed in stock Exchange.

vi)Assistance for Environmental Complience.

vii)Incentives to private sector infrastructure developer.

viii)Subsidy on Generating set Technology Transfer and Quality Certification.ZED certification.

ix)Incentives for employment generation Entreneurship.

7.Assam Tea Industries special Incentive Scheme(ATISIS)-It is a special scheme of Government of Assam to increase production of special tea like orthodox,green tea,Oolong tea,etc.It has four Components-

i)Interest subvention on working capital.

ii)Orthodox or spetial tea production.

iii)Subsidy for Orthodox or Spetial tea unit for plant & Machinery

iv)Agricultural Tax holiday.

8.The Export and Logistic Policy of Assam.

The effective date of the policy is from 01.11.2019 and will remain valid for 5 years.The DEPC is notified by Govt.for identifying potential export products from the district to formulate district level action plan to identify bottlenecks & possible remedial measures and to act as facilitator for export promotion,

The highlights of incentives are-

i)Investment subsidy@30%subject to a ceiling of 10 Crore for creation of export infrastructure.

ii)Capital investment subsidy for Reefer vehicle etc @30% to a ceiling of 1Crore.

iii)Subsidy for obtaining quality certification.@50%subject to a ceiling of Rs 50 lakhs.

iv)Freight subsidy in the form of Freight from Airpot to Assam to foreign destination @20%subject to a limit of 50lakhs per annum for 5 years.

V) Capital subsidy for setting up primary production centre ppc for Agri-Horticulture produces @30% .

Few Snapshots of The Inauguration ceremony of the Pottery unit of Salmora Mrit Silpa Somobai Samity By the Deputy Commissioner Majuli Sri Pulak Mahanta ACS.