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Small & Cottage Industries Training Institute (SCITI)

Bangladesh Small & Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC)

Ministry of Industries, Government of Bangladesh

Small and Cottage Industries Training Institute (SCITI): started functioning in January 1985. This is the only Institute in the country to support the entrepreneurs in SME sector and their employees in the development of their entrepreneurial & managerial skill.
Besides, the institute also provides training to the promotion and extension officials of both public and private sector agencies on different SME related areas.


The Government of Bangladesh attaches great importance to the development of small and cottage industries sector in its industrial policy. The objectives of the institute have been framed in conformity with the national aim for industrialization of the country.
The objectives of the institute are :
- Entrepreneurship development and improvement of Industrial extension service for SME.
- Management skill development of BSCIC personnel.
- Management skill development of personnel of the Government and non-Government Organizations involved in SME.
- Management development of private sector entrepreneurs.
- Research and consultancy program for development of SME.
- Collaborative program with International Training Institute for Training, Seminars and Workshops.
- Working as Business Development Service Provider (BDSP) for Govt. Organizations, NGOs, International Agencies, Private Organization and the organization work ing with SME development.

Target Group :

SCITI aims at providing it’s services to :

Organization :
SCITI is managed by the Principal. It carries out its activities through the following six faculties :
1. Entrepreneurship Development.
3. Financial Management.
4. Industrial Management.
5. General Management.
6. Research and Consultancy. Courses are conducted at the institute and also at the field level in various districts, sub-districts and remote areas of the country, to bring the training to the door steps of them, who are engaged in SME.

  • Private SME entrepreneurs (both existing and potential) and their employees;
  • Promotion & extension officials of both public and private sector agencies, such as Bangladesh Small & Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC), Banks, Development partners/Donor agencies, and international organizations, engaged in promotion and development of SME
  • To develop trainers skill conduct different types of ToT (Training of Trainers) courses, especially related with SME

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