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MGT601 : SME Management

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MGT211, MGT503


Dr. Ch. Shahzad Ansar
PhD (Management)
Sorbonne, France

Course Contents

1 History, definition and regional concepts of SMEs 2 The relationship between small and big business 3 The Role of Entrepreneurship in SMEs 4 Kinds of Entrepreneurs, Their Role and Functions in an Enterprise 5 Small Entrepreneurs in Pakistan 6 The Development of SMEs in Pakistan 7 Government Efforts Towards SMEs Development 8 The Role of NGOs and SMEDA 9 Issues and, Policy Development for SME 10 Issues in SME Development 11 Short And Medium Term Issues For SME Policy Formulation 12 Continuation of SME Policy 13 Continuation of Defining the Issues for Making a SME Policy 14 Long Term Issues for SME Policy 15 The Start up Process of a Small Enterprise 16 Technical and Marketing Feasibility of the Identified Project 17 Financial Feasibility of SMEs 18 Problems Faced by Newly Established Company 19 Post and Field Problems Faced by a New Enterprise 20 Guidelines for approaching Lenders-I 22 The prerequisite for approaching a lender 23 Types of Collaterals /guarantees /assets and pledge techniques for security 24 Aspects of Financial Management-I 26 Recruitment, Selection and Training in SMEs-I 30 Quality Control in SMEs-I 32 Role of marketing in SMEs-I 35 Role of Technology-I 37 Export Potential of SME in Developing Countries-I 39 Word Trade Organization (WTO) 40 WTO Ministerial Conferences 41 Pakistan and WTO-I 43 WTO AGREEMENTS ON TBT AND SPS-III 44 WTO Conclusions and Recommendations 45 Summary & Conclusions