Jharkhand Industrial Policy – 2001 was formulated and implemented after the creation of the State of Jharkhand. The basic objective of the policy was to optimally utilize the available resources in planned and systematic manner for the industrialization of State.
It was aimed at enhancing value addition of the natural and human resources in efficient manner to generate additional employment and resources for the growth and development of the State. Considerable progress in industrialization has been achieved during the policy period. As many as 26 mega industries, 106 large and medium industries and 18,109 micro and small industries have been set up in the State during the period with an approximate investment of Rs 28,424.06 crore and about 63,000 people thus far got employment in these industries.
Honorable President Anjay Pacheriwala, members of the executive committee, our honorable members of FJCCI and my friends from Press and Media. At the onset, I would like to express my gratitude to all
Honorable Secretary Randhir Kr. Sharma, At Jharkhand Small Industries Association, It has been the efforts of the association to address all the issues that come before the committee & office bearers for providing peaceful operation of the industrial undertaking.
The hon’ble DDC of Bokaro, made a very motivational speech. He said that there is some coordination lacking amongst the various stakeholders. Government of India has come up with various schemes. This kind of workshop is necessary and would be successful only if there is proper coordination. He urged the Banks to come forward and develop Start-Ups.View