Small Industries Service Institute, Imphal



The Small Industries Service Institute, Imphal or SISI is one of the premier industrial organizations of the city and the state as well. Working with the main objective of promoting small scale industries, the Small Industries Service Institute of Imphal was established in 1971. The Small Industries Service Institute, Imphal is located in the Takyelpat Industrial Estate of Imphal in Manipur.

The Small Industries Service Institute in Imphal undertakes certain programs like:

  • Entrepreneurship Development Programs
  • Organizing conferences and seminars on various issues
  • Organizing exhibitions
  • Management Development Programs
  • Skill Development Programs

    Other activities of SISI include providing assistance to potential entrepreneurs, preparing state and district industrial potential surveys, pollution control, export promotion and much more.

    The Small Industries Service Institute in Imphal boasts of a workshop, equipped with latest technological machines and tools. The Small Industries Service Institute focuses on certain trades that deal with the production of food products, chemical products, electrical products, mechanical products, glass products, ceramic products, metallurgical products, leather and footwear products.



    Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

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