September 7, 2021: NAMASYA mobile app is a new mobile app developed by Nalco for micro and small businesses. NAMASYA stands for NALCO Micro & Small Enterprise Yogayog Application.
NAMASYA Mobile App
National Aluminium Company Ltd (NALCO), a Navratna CPSE under the Ministry of Mines, has been playing a key role in empowering Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) by providing a modern and innovative platform called the NALCO Micro and Small Enterprise Yogayog Application (NAMASYA), a bi-lingual App developed exclusively for the benefit of the Company’s MSE Vendors.
Pralhad Joshi, Union Minister of Mines, Coal, and Parliamentary Affairs, praised NALCO’s efforts to reach out to the MSE community and improve the ecosystem within the country’s mining and mineral sector.
NAMASYA Mobile App for the growth of MSMEs
“NALCO has always believed in inclusive growth and sustainable development,” stated Tapan Kumar Chand, CMD of NALCO. “In addition to other premiums, as part of its efforts to promote and encourage micro and small businesses, we have developed this revolutionary app that can give these businesses and entrepreneurs a competitive advantage in the future. NALCO has always been willing to help this industry, which provides many job possibilities for the country’s youth.”
The NAMASYA App serves as a platform for the company’s efforts to promote MSE growth. The App provides MSEs with necessary information regarding the vendor registration process, items that they can supply with technical specifications, and NALCO’s vendor development and training programmes.
Aluminum in ecosystem
As India’s major producer and exporter of alumina and aluminium, the Company has taken a number of steps to make doing business easier, particularly for MSEs in the mining and metals industries, as well as to promote inclusive growth and sustainable development in its ecosystem.
The minister also released a book titled Aluminium: The Future Metal, written by Tapan Kumar Chand, on the occasion. The book is Nalco CMD’s second, and it focuses on the whole value chain of the aluminium sector. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of strategic metals and their future importance in the country’s industrial and economic development.