Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises play a pre- dominant role in the era of globalisation. Modern globalised industrial society is patented with constant changes in the methods and procedures in connection with regressive competition. The brick and mortar way of doing business is being gradually replaced with modernised means and methods. The importance of Micro, Small and Medium enterprises gained importance in India in the year 2006, after the constitution of Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium enterprises. The establishment of Ministry fostered the growth of manufacturing sectors especially of MSMEs at the rate of 38 percent towards GDP, with significant contribution made by each State. The current paper analyses the perception on resources which are necessary for sustainable competitive advantage of Kerala MSME with special reference to engineering sectors in the district of Ernakulam. The perception on both tangible and intangible resources is analysed. The proposed methodology adopted includes frequencies, simple percentage, and Chi square, and t test are employed.
Vidhya Vinayachandran and Ambily A. S., “Resource Perception of Kerala MSME with special reference to engineering sectors in the district of Ernakulam”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, vol. 119, no. 16, pp. 1437-1450, 2018.