Govt. of Uttar Pradesh has come up with Defence Corridor Construction Project - Land Acquisition with a ticket size of 965.12 INR Crores. This project in - sub-sector involves The current status of the project is DPR/Feasibility Study and is being developed through the EPC route.View Opportunity
Deendayal Port Trust has come up with Development of Oil Jetty No.9 under PPP mode with a ticket size of 99 INR Crores. This project in Inland Waterways sub-sector involves The current status of the project is - and is being developed through the PPP route.View Opportunity
Airports Authority of India has come up with Construction Of New Integrated Terminal Building At Srinagar Airport. with a ticket size of 1500 INR Crores. This project in Airports & Aviation Infrastructure sub-sector involves The current status of the project is DPR/Feasibility Study and is being developed through the EPC route.View Opportunity
To make Tamil Nadu the preferred destination for the manufacturing of Electric Vehicles
To facilitate and promote speedier development of solar projects in Gujarat.
To promote Uttarakhand as a medical tourism destination
To attract investment in the textile sector.
To establish Uttar Pradesh as the preferred destination for attracting investments in manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (EV).
To create an investment climate for existing industries to grow as well as to attract further investment in the State.
To develop Himachal Pradesh as an important destination for film production
The State Government offers incentives for setting up of industrial units in manufacturing sector as well as service sector under Tripura Industrial Investment Promotion Incentive Scheme, 2017
Development of infrastructure and human capital for one-stop-service delivery in a simplified and convenient manner for the bene?t of citizen and catalyzing IT based employment generation by positive interventions.
To promote private development of industrial estates in the state.
An Act to provide for the reorganisation of the existing State of Jammu and Kashmir and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
The nodal team driving the A&N Innovation & Startup Policy
To incentivize the formation of startups in the Union Territory
To streamline the process of application and granting of permission for installation of Mobile Tower, laying of Optical Fiber Cable (OFC), In-Building Solutions (IBS) and other telecom infrastructures with time bound provisions
To provide common platform for promoting ecotourism and to lay down framework for its growth in an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable manner
Provide logistics in a responsive and responsible manner to enable the seekers to obtain the services they require in time and with value for money
Establishing the state as a prime investment destination for technology companies.
To establish SEZs resulting in setting up of world class infrastructure, and leading industrial and economic development.
Promote the state as an ideal destination for cyber security firms and startups to develop cyber security products
To develop data centres for promoting infrastructure development of areas identified under the state ICT Policy
To establish SEZs in the state to promote economic and industrial development.
To improve ease of doing business and promote establishment of SEZs in the state.
To establish SEZs, Single Window Clearance systems and conducive business environments.
Position itself as a preferred destination for the best data analytics firms from across the world
Provide a framework for protection of government data.
Establishing technology centres in all districts and generating employment
Guidelines for different incentives available under IBD Policy 2017
To assist the highly unsafe unorganized sector transition into the organized sector through various initiatives
To promote development of and investments in the biotech sector
To promote investments and develop infrastructure in the state
To develop and exploit mineral resources in a scientific and sustainable manner, taking into account the interest of the State, People and Environment.
To promote investments in the state
Incentives and schemes under the textile sector in the state
Incentives to textile sector in the state
Incentives under the Industrial Development Scheme 2017 for HP and Uttarakhand
Guidelines for the Jammu and Kashmir Industrial Development Scheme 2017
To promote industrial development in state.
To identify, promote and develop natural areas as ecotourism destinations
To attract investments, develop infrastructure and promote the state as a global destination for production
To attract investments in the sector, develop logistics parks and generate employment
To attract investments in textile sector and promote exports
To promote investments and develop Haryana into a hub for pharmaceutical manufacturing by facilitating and creating a holistic industry, academia and R&D ecosystem
To make Haryana a clear destination of choice for investments in Food processing sector
To facilitate film tourism in the state.
To emerge as one of the leading and globally recognized aerospace and defence manufacturing hub
To provide speedy processing of licenses, certificates and clearances required for setting up industries
To develop infrastructure, conducive business environment and promote the state as an industrial investment hub.
To develop a startup ecosystem in the region.
To empower startups to contribute significantly to Maharashtra's economic growth and create employment opportunities for all sections of society
To promote development of North East Region by providing financial assistance for projects.
To create an enabling environment for businesses and developers to participate and lnvest in the process of targeted solar power capacity expansion of 590 MW by 2019-20 in the state of Assam by means of multiple models of solar power generation.
Single window portals for facilitating investors and aiding with clearance procedures
Rules for construction and developments in the state
To establish infrastructure, R&D centres and promote investments in the state
To establish Tamil Nadu as a hub for Aerospace and Defence industry
Financial provisions for the sector under the Industrial Promotional Policy 2014 (Amended in 2018)
Financial provisions for the sector under the Industrial Promotional Policy 2014 (Amended in 2018)
To promote manufacturing of auto components and electric mobility in the state.
Developing the state as a global solar hub
To achieve higher and sustainable economic growth through greater private investment in manufacturing as well as service sectors
For promotion of investments and livelihood for this sector
To promote investments in all sectors, generate employment and encourage exports
To ensure conservation, protection, safeguard restoration and rejuvenation of water resources in the state of Nagaland to optimize their utilization
To help Odisha to become a creative and innovative society and national leader in sustainable technology by scouting, spawning and sustaining innovations
To establish technology startups, strengthen mechanism and infrastructure, and promote investments
To promote industrialisation and investments in Handicrafts sector, and empower artisans.
To establish and promote coir market, and generate employment
To establish industrial units in Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands
To develop infrastructure, ease the clearance processes, and promote investments and R&D in the sector.
To promote usage of solar energy as a power source, and set up solar power plants in the state.
To develop infrastructure for the development of aromatic sector in the state
To promote sustainable tourism in the state and promote investments in tourism.
To promote investments, establish world class infrastructure and Single Window Clearance system.
To promote industrialisation in the states of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
To establish of automotive industries in the state, promote investments, and generate employment.
Schemes under 'Goa Startup Policy 2017'
To increase processing levels, reduces wastage and increase exports.
To promote the state as a favoured destination for film-makers
To promote the state as a preferred startup destination and establish a robust startup eco-system.
To promote solar energy as a source of power in the state and establish a policy framework.
To establish a PPP framework for infrastructure development
To promote exports growth, international exports and develop infrastructure for exports.
To develop infrastructure in North East Region
To promote investments, establish a Single Window System for support and facilitate Ease of Doing Business
To promote investments, and establish new enterprises by leveraging the state resources
Rules formulated under the Bihar Industrial Investment Promotion Act, 2016
To promote innovation, research & development in the seed industry
To provide and promote a framework for large grid connected PV systems
To promote investments in the area, and formulate laws for the development of the retail trade in the state
To establish the state as a leading ecotourism destination
To make Himachal a preferred and globally competitive destination for development of biotechnology products, processes and services
. Facilitate and nurture the growth of at least 500 new Startups in Jammu and Kashmir in next 10 years
To enhance the domestic trade volume by five times from the existing level at present in next 10 years
To provide for time bound clearances for setting up of an industrial undertaking, commencement of production therein and promotion of industrial development in the State.
To speed up the Power Development in the State and achieve capacity addition
Guidelines to identify Heritage Hotels in the state, and incentives available to them
To establish Maharashtra as a global garments production centre, maximising growth in gems and jewellery sector, and encourage micro electronics and engineering units.
To strengthen cotton, silk and wool sectors, and promote non - conventional yarn and green textile.
To establish DoIT as the nodal agency for Right of Way and infrastructure permissions.
To promote investments, develop skilled manpower and promote defence MSMEs.
To upgrade logistics services, improve efficiency and reduce costs aiming to make Maharashtra part of global supply chain
To establish Meghalaya as a 'Startup Hub' by 2023, and promote investments.
Aims at the development of economically sound and stable mining, minerals, metal and mineral reclamation industries.
To incubate FinTech startups in Mumbai, and provide venture capital funding.
The various schemes for investment promotion under the Goa IT Policy 2018
To create a globally competitive IT ecosystem, and promote investments in software products and services.
To promote investments in sustainable tourism, and generate employment.
To promote participation of allottees in management of industrial Areas by BIADA
The primary objective of the Delhi EV Policy 2018 is to bring about a material improvement in Delhi?s air quality by bringing down emissions from transport sector. To do so, this policy will seek to drive rapid adoption of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) in a manner where they contribute to 25% of all new vehicle registrations by 2023.
To promote investments, employment and creation of intellectual capital in the IT/ITeS sectors in the state
To promote tourism and employment in the state through filmmaking
To strengthen the logistics sector, promote investments and employment
To promote defence and aviation manufacturing, and build a compatible eco-system for investors
To boost production of processed milk and milk products, and promote private investments
To define the Bio - Energy Enterprises promotion program.
To expedite industrialisation in the State and boost investments
To achieve growth of Brand Uttar Pradesh, and establish partnerships between public and private sectors.
To promote generation of renewable power using Pine leaves and other biomass.
To facilitate and nurture growth of new startups and create a spirit of entrepreneurship.
To maximise the collection and treatment of sewage and reusing treated water on sustainable basis.
To improve Logistics Services and increase storage capacity of Chhattisgarh
To position Haryana as a pre-eminent investment destination and facilitate balanced regional and sustainable development
To build Maharashtra as a model state in electric vehicles and create a huge opportunity for the creation of jobs in manufacturing and service providing sectors
To comprehensively look into aspirations, requirements and expectations of the Indian/Kannadigas diaspora, their role in the economic, social and technological development of Karnataka
To retain Karnataka's edge in semiconductor design by attracting fresh investments and expansion by existing companies
To facilitate, promote and develop Karnataka's Electronics Hardware Manufacturing Sector
To provide direction and support the sustainable development of a thriving and world-class biotech ecosystem in Karnataka
To promote Jammu and Kashmir for generation of green and clean energy and put in place an appropriate investment climate
To make Gujarat an attractive investment destination of choice in India
To provide good governance in Bihar through IT enablement and encourage development by investment of IT/ITeS industries
To promote solar power generation in Andhra Pradesh
To boost industrialization in the North-Eastern Region of India.
The amalgamation and modification of schemes into one scheme by superseding all the previous Government Orders.
The policy intends to create a framework that enables the development of solar energy.
To make Puducherry a high tech manufacturing and services hub.
To further improve conducive industrial climate through various innovative initiatives.
To develop Daman & Diu into highly preferred industrial investment and tourism destination.
To promote investment, development of knowledge-based industries and to rejuvenate existing enterprises.
To make Chandigarh a preferred Biotechnology destination by promoting Biotechnology industry in the region.
To develop a more modern and vibrant ecosystem for Electronics and IT industry.
To provide incentives for the development for various sectors.
To encourage and accelerate the investments and growth in IT sector.
A scheme to extend certain financial support for large scale industrial units of the state.
The Policy aims to attain the status of being the most preferred tourist destinations in India.
Aims at doubling the share of West Bengal's textile industry from 5.2% to over 10% in next ten years.
Aims to make West Bengal emerge as one of the top start-up destinations in India.
Aims at enhancing the quality of life of the people by providing better and efficient public services.
Aims to promote generation of electricity from renewable energy resources available in the State.
Aims to increase ancillarization and vendor linkage of MSME from 2% to 10% in next five years.
Aims to propel the State's industrial and economic growth with a multi-pronged strategy.
To promote the state as a destination for IT, ITeS, ICT and ESDM sectors.
Aims to extend fiscal incentives to encourage entrepreneurs for setting up enterprises in Fisheries sector.
Aims at establishing West Bengal as the biggest Design led economy in the country.
Aims at promoting investment in the MSME sector through investment promotion as well as to incentivize MSMEs.
Aims at promoting textile sector and establishing mega textile parks in Uttarakhand.
Aims at promoting investment in large and mega industrial projects in the state.
Aims at establishing new sugar mills and setting up of co-generation plants and distilleries.
To encourage participation of private sector and provide investment opportunities to set up solar power projects.
To create a conducive environment for the growth of investors, entrepreneurs and start-ups.
To leverage the inherent strengths of the state while developing new ones.
To promote setting up of food processing industries while ensuring remunerative price of the produce.
To provide Single window assistance for successful establishment of ESDM units in the state.
To provide adequate incentives for the development of robust civil aviation infrastructure.
To develop knowledge based economy in biotechnology and promote its usage.
To convert Tripura into the preferred destination for industrial and trade activities.
To realize and harness the vast solar power potential of the State.
To attract and realize new international and national investments in the industrial sector.
To enhance the competitiveness of the sector and attract $ 3 bn investments by 2020.
Aims at developing physical infrastructure and program management capabilities.
To make Hyderabad the most favored destination for Animation, Visual effects, Gaming and Comics sector.
To attract investments worth INR 10,000 cr and generate employment.
Aims at creation, modernization and expansion of food processing units.
Aims to attract investments to the tune of $ 3 bn in the Electronics sector by 2020.
To meet the challenges of MSMEs in the present industrial scenario.
To position Tamil Nadu as the most preferred State for manufacturing.
To facilitate new biotech companies to come to Tamil Nadu by creating an enabling environment.
To promote new auto clusters and attract mega automobile projects with economic spin off potential.
To make Sikkim a highly valued responsible tourism destination.
To make farming sustainable, remunerative and respectable and enhance soil fertility and productivity.
The Policy primarily addresses issues relating to time bound conversion of land for tourism units.
The Policy focuses on rural infrastructure, crafts, water, sanitation, renewable energy and healthcare.
To provide a conducive environment to encourage increased investments in the MSME sector.
To allot land for the industrial development of Rajasthan.
To promote investment in the State and to generate employment opportunities through such investment.
To achieve good governance and facilitate inclusive growth.
The policy endeavors to make Rajasthan the destination of choice for investors and food processors.
To develop an integrated approach to meet the challenges faced by the youth.
To develop world class infrastructure for the industry and to accelerate industrial growth.
Aims to address various interlinked concerns related to current cropping pattern and stagnating farm incomes.
To promote tourism for economic development, inclusive growth, employment generation and poverty eradication.
To become one of the top three ?Startup Hubs? in India by 2020.
To promote SEZs as internationally competitive growth centres in accordance with India's SEZ Act & Rules.
To provide a sustainable solution for meeting energy needs and reducing dependency on conventional sources.
Aims at creating an enabling environment through dedicated infrastructure development and financial assistance.
To provide a conducive ecosystem for promotion and growth of MSMEs in potential sectors.
To promote Odisha as an attractive investment destination for IT/ITeS/ESDM companies.
To transform Odisha into a vibrant industrialized state.
To provide quality healthcare services by promoting private sector investments in the sector.
Aims at creating an enabling environment and related infrastructure for overall growth of the sector.
To be a pioneer in aquaculture development and fisheries expansion.
To promote investments, research, and establishing biotechnology infrastructure in the state
The Policy delineates 'Textile & Apparel' as a priority sector and provides various incentives.
To create and provide necessary infrastructure facilities for development of tourism in the state.
Aims at attracting investments to provide jobs to Nagaland's sizeable English speaking populace.
To create conducive investment environment for rapid industrial development.
Aims at maintaining environmental stability through the preservation of forest resources of Nagaland.
To promote bamboo plantation and bamboo-based industries for generating employment.
To encourage, develop and promote solar power generation.
To create infrastructure facilities and provide incentives and technical support to industries.
Aims at providing bold, practical and effective strategies to push economy to a high growth path.
To preserve and protect the natural heritage, both flora & fauna of Mizoram and attract tourists.
To promote tourism in Meghalaya by taking advantage of its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty.
Aims to promote and attract investment in the State.
To harness the tourism potential of Manipur and to attract tourists and investments.
To leverage IT as an enabler and catalyst for the socio-economic development of Manipur.
To encourage sustainable growth in the MSMEs sectors of Manipur.
To develop tourism infrastructure and to facilitate investments in the tourism sector.
To provide all clearances to the investors at one-stop shop called "MAITRI".
To create an efficient internal trade opportunity by promoting world-class logistics & warehouse chain.
To encourage the dispersal of industries to lesser developed areas of Maharashtra.
Aims at providing infrastructure support and services to marine-related activities.
To place Maharashtra amongst the most preferred investment destinations for global investors.
To achieve manufacturing sector share of 25% of Maharashtra's GSDP.
To promote manufacturing of electronics products by creating a favorable investor-friendly atmosphere.
To enhance warehousing capacity through private investment.
To promote such balanced and sustainable tourism that enables socio-economic development
To increase the flow of investments in IT industry, ITeS and ESDM sectors.
Aims at rationalization and simplification of procedures to ensure effective implementation of policy.
To strengthen the Startup culture and to encourage setting up of incubation centres.
To promote establishment of multi and super speciality hospitals and medical colleges
To boost investment in defence production sector in Madhya Pradesh.
To increase the flow of investments in BPO/BPM industry of Madhya Pradesh.
To develop analog semiconductor fabrication and micro & nano manufacturing technology.
To increase the flow of investments across the supply chain from farm to market
The Policy provides broad framework for creation of startup ecosystem.
To mainstream the use of solar energy in the energy mix of Kerala.
To ensure free and fair supply of minerals, rocks and value added products.
To establish Kerala as a preferred IT & ITeS hub particularly in innovation based technologies.
To strengthen industries, promote investments, empower people and generate employment for sustainable overall development through industrial growth.
To ensure availability of the needed financial, technical and human resources to meet health needs.
Aims at ensuring a sizable income from farming along with food, water, livelihood security.
To encourage, develop and promote wind power generation in Andhra Pradesh.
To make Andhra Pradesh as the highest egg and poultry meat producing state.
The Policy aims to provide all clearances required to setup industry within 21 working days.
To modernize textile manufacturing and improve productivity to ensure availability of quality fabric.
To position Andhra Pradesh as a globally recognized tourism destination.
To create a market structure that is transparent and equitable and disseminates relevant market information.
To create an investment-friendly environment for industrial growth in Arunachal Pradesh.
To make Andhra Pradesh preferred destinations for automobile and auto component investments.
To attract mega aerospace and defence manufacturing projects to Andhra Pradesh.
To enhance competitiveness to make Andhra Pradesh preferred destinations for biotech investments.
To improve air connectivity within the state and to promote development of aviation infrastructure.
To develop electronics industry as an important growth engine for Andhra Pradesh.
Aims at creating an excellent environment to attract private sector investments in the fisheries sector.
To capitalize on the rich and diverse food production base of Andhra Pradesh.
To establish state-of-the-art infrastructure, promote manufacturing, foster innovation and create employment opportunities.
To promote and encourage development of world class industrial parks through PPP mode.
To create a world class start-up ecosystem by fostering entrepreneurship and a culture of innovation.
To promote start-ups and IT units developing innovative products in Andhra Pradesh.
To provide a conducive eco-system to encourage MSMEs and attract new investments into the sector.
The policy seeks to ensure availability of sand at affordable price throughout the year.
To catalyze large-scale manufacturing-led economic development by leveraging the state?s large coastline.
To build a global brand ?Awesome Assam? to attract national and international tourist.
To transform Assam into a sustainable and innovative society of excellence in ICT.
To initiate sugar cultivation in Assam and to assist new co-generation sugar mills.
To transform Assam into a leading start-up hub in the country.
To enable Bihar emerge as the most preferred destination for startups and entrepreneurs.
To establish Bihar as a preferred investment destination by leveraging the state?s comparative advantages.
To increase GSDP by way of facilitating growth of various economic activities.
To patronize handloom products as great harbinger of cultural heritage of Assam.
To become the global epicentre of entrepreneurship and innovation.
To attain high capability in biotechnology education, research and commercialization.
To make Delhi a hub of clean, high-technology and skilled economic activities by 2021.
To promote the manufacturing sector on a priority basis.
To encourage investment in Electronics, IT and ITeS related sectors in Chhattisgarh.
To reduce Delhi?s reliance on conventional energy and to promote growth of rooftop solar power.
To make Delhi a global metropolis and a world-class city.
To create a world class IT infrastructure in Goa.
To make Goa an aspirational investment destination by making business a pleasure.
To accelerate the shack allotment process.
To spur more competition and private sector participation for development of wind projects.
To promote utilization of municipal waste as renewable resource for generation of electricity.
To unlock the immense untapped / under-tapped potential of tourism in Gujarat.
To promote renewable and clean source of electricity through hydel projects.
To strengthen the value chain for the overall growth of textile sector.
To promote green and clean power in Gujarat.
To explore potential as well as resources available on the Gujarat coast for shipbuilding.
Condition and procedures for granting permission for utilizing ship recycling plots.
To encourage manufacturing sector to upgrade itself.
To attract and promote IT & ITeS companies for the socio-economic development of Gujarat.
To give a fillip to electronics manufacturing by creating a favorable investor-friendly ecosystem.
To create a healthy, conducive climate for conduct of business and industrial production.
To create a vibrant start-up culture wherein ideas materialize into products.
To promote food & agribusiness with a holistic cluster based and value chain development approach.
To establish Gujarat as lndia's leading hub for Aerospace & Defence manufacturing.
To create a conducive environment for setting up of solar energy projects.
To make Haryana a clear destination of choice for investments in IT and ESDM sector.
To expand supplementary employment opportunities in the cottage and rural industries sector.
To build competencies of global scale in research, development and commercialization in Biotechnology sector.
To extend special benefits/ concessions to Haryana-based micro, small and medium industrial enterprises.
To become a resourceful and inventive start-up hub of the country.
To build and augment a secure and resilient cyberspace for citizens, businesses and Government.
To encourage the use of latest technology advancements in the telecom sector and innovative business models.
To promote facilities for post-harvest operations including setting up of food processing industries.
To promote new ideas/ products and processes suitable for commercialization through startups.
To promote generation of electricity from solar energy for sustainable development.
To encourage investment and to facilitate ease of doing business in Himachal Pradesh.
To attract substantial investment in industry.
To promote tourism in such a manner that it contributes to mass generation of employment.
To modernize textile manufacturing and improve productivity to ensure quality fabric at affordable prices.
To create a conducive and enabling ecosystem to facilitate growth and scaling of startups.
To encourage participation of private sector to set up solar power base projects in Jharkhand.
To facilitate purchases from MSEs by Government departments and institutions including aided agencies.
Aimed at making Jharkhand a globally competitive IT & ITeS destination.
Aimed at setting up of private, joint venture and PPP mode industrial parks.
To maximize value addition to Jharkhand?s natural resources by setting up industries across the state.
Aimed at creating favorable atmosphere for setting up of food processing units.
To provide a simple, proactive, responsive and supportive institutional mechanism for rapid growth of exports.
To create favorable atmosphere for setting up of animal feed processing units in Jharkhand.
Aimed at converting Jharkhand into a centre of film making.
To promote the manufacturing of ESDM products for employment generation in Jharkhand.
To make Jharkhand a preferable BPO/BPM destination through creation of business friendly environment.
To create favorable atmosphere for setting-up of automobile and auto-component manufacturing units.
To develop Karnataka as a safe, sustainable and most-favoured tourism destination.
To create a world-class startup ecosystem through strategic investment and policy interventions.
To add solar generation of minimum 2000 MW by 2021 and to encourage PPP.
The Policy provides various incentives to facilitate and expedite establishment of SEZs.
To boost Karnataka?s position in the retail trade and to accelerate investment flow.
To achieve higher and sustainable growth in the entire textile value chain.
To cater to the needs of increasing traffic of Karnataka and its neighboring states.
To optimize Karnataks's geological potential by scientific and detailed prospecting.
To make Karnataka a preferred destination for industrial investment with special focus on manufacturing sector.
To position Karnataka to be the IT R&D and product hub of India.
To develop wine production and marketing and also to provide suitable incentives.
To make Karnataka a preferred destination for manufacturing of electric vehicles (EVs).
To develop Karnataka into a leading global AVCG hub.
To make Karnataka a leading investment destination for the agribusiness and food processing.
To position Karnataka as a vibrant aerospace hub of Asia and a globally recognized aerospace destination.
To provide integrated and complete preservation infrastructure facilities from the farm gate to the consumer.
Creation of processing and preservation capacities and modernization /expansion of existing food processing units which will help in increasing the level of processing, value addition and thereby lead to the reduction of wastage and enhancement of farmers? income.
The aims and objectives of the scheme for Approval of Online Travel Aggregators (OTAs) are to encourage quality standards and services in this category so as to promote tourism in India and abroad. This is a voluntary scheme open to bonafide online travel aggregators to bring them on a common platform in the organized sector.
Open Acreage Licensing Policy(OALP): Modalities for operationalization Hydrocarbon Exploration & Licensing Policy(HELP)
A Scheme aimed to promote MSMEs in defence has been accorded approval.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy amended the bidding guidelines for wind power projects.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy released the guidelines for the New National Biogas and Organic Manure Programme in May 2018.This is a Central Sector Scheme, which provides for setting up of family type biogas plants mainly for rural and semi-urban households.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation released the Digi Yatra Policy in August 2018, to deliver a seamless, paperless and hassle-free experience to all passengers across all check-points at Indian airports.
This CAR is issued under the provisions of Rule 15A and Rule 133A of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 and lays down requirements for obtaining Unique Identification Number (UIN), Unmanned Aircraft Operator Permit (UAOP) and other operational requirements for civil Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS).
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) released the National Aviation Safety Plan 2018-22 in August 2018. The Plan aims to promote continuous improvement of aviation safety in the country.
Policy framework for exploration and exploitation of unconventional hydrocarbons under existing production sharing contracts (PSCs), Coal Bed Methane (CBM) contracts and Nomination Fields.
A bill to provide for the regulation, operation and planning of Major Ports in India and to vest the administration, control and management of such ports upon the Boards of Major Port Authorities and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
To provide fiscal incentives to adopt Enhanced Recovery (ER), Improved Recovery (IR) and Unconventional Hydrocarbon (UH) production methods.
To increase exploration activities, attract domestic and foreign investment in unexplored/unallocated areas of sedimentary basins, and enhance domestic production of oil and gas from existing fields and promote ease of doing business by streamlining and expediting the approval processes.
Guidelines for grid interactive distributed renewable energy sources
To enable development of freight handling terminals
Guidelines for procurement of High Capacity and Special purpose wagons
Guidelines for investing in different sub - sectors of railways
To promote exports, increase investments and provide an institutional mechanism for agriculture sector
To invite investments into the railway sector to increase transport capacity
To improve the railway connectivity to coal and iron mines
To develop the logistics sector, establish infrastructure and create employment opportunities
Modifications in timeline of development of solar parks
The primary objective of the Mega Food Park Scheme (MFPS) is to provide modern infrastructure facilities for the food processing along the value chain from the farm to the market.
To promote the creation of a sustainable Indian software product industry, driven by intellectual property (IP), leading to a ten-fold increase in share of the Global Software product market by 2025
In view of the long term demand from Railway Freight Users (PSUs, Industries and other stakeholder) and to achieve the desired growth in freight traffic on IR, a policy on General Purpose Wagon Investment Scheme (GPWIS) has been formulated.
IPR guidelines for softwares and programs developed for the government
To create a framework for promoting innovation implementation in airports
Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI) has notified the consolidated list of 226 Designated Food Parks as on 14.11.2018 for the purpose of making available affordable credit to agro-processing units in the designated food parks from the Food Processing Fund 2015-16 established by RBI in NABARD.
To strengthen Tomato, Onion, and Potato (TOP) production clusters, increase food processing capabilities and create a market intelligence network.
The vision of the Sagarmala Programme is to reduce logistics cost for EXIM and domestic trade with minimal infrastructure investment.
To create robust digital communications infrastructure.
To promote large grid connected wind-solar PV hybrid system.
E-Governance in India has steadily evolved from computerization of Government Departments to initiatives that encapsulate the finer points of Governance such as citizen centricity, service orientation and transparency.
MoFPI has invited proposals / Expression of Interest (EoI) from potential promoters for setting up Backward & Forward Linkages in the processed food industry of the country.
To improve ease of doing business and boost investors? confidence, a dedicated investors? portal "Nivesh Bandhu" has been set up by MoFPI aimed at easing the process for investors.
The Government of India encourages farmers in taking up projects in select areas by subsidizing a portion of the total project cost. All these projects aim at enhancing capital investment, sustained income flow and employment areas of national importance.
The scheme envisages financial assistance to food processing units in the form of grant-in-aid.
Budget 2018-19 provides various incentives and provisions for the growth of the sector.
It aims to facilitate/ stimulate regional air connectivity by making it affordable.
It aims to provide a minimum of air transport services to designated remote & strategic areas.
It aims to provide an eco-system for the harmonised growth of various aviation sub sectors.
The volumes and potential growth of India's mobile market makes it an important investment destination world over.
Achievement report for Telecomm Sector
The mobile sector plays a key role in meeting the goals of Digital India specifically in the areas of digital payments, BharatNet, eKranti & data analytics for social change. It aims to empower 1 bn subscribers by providing internet access to all.
For the deeper digital penetration in rural areas, the Government has taken up BharatNet project with the mission to link each of the 250,000 Gram Panchayats of India through broadband optical fibre network.On its completion, BharatNet would facilitate broadband connectivity (with a 100 Mbps of bandwidth) for over 600 mn rural citizens of the country.
DPP is an opportunity to improve efficiency of the procurement process, usher change in the mind-sets of the stake holders and promote growth of the domestic defence industry.
The objective is to leverage capital acquisitions to develop Indian defence industry by (i)fostering development of internationally competitive enterprises, (ii) augmenting capacity for RD&D related to defence products and services (iii) encouraging development of synergistic sectors.
Streamlining the Procedure for Grant of Industrial Licenses: i) Increasing the validity period of Industrial License ii) Removal of stipulation of annual capacity in the Industrial Licenses iii) Sale of Defence items to Government entities without approval of Ministry of Defence
The project will focus on building an efficient milk procurement system by setting up of chilling infrastructure & installation of electronic milk adulteration testing equipment, creation of processing infrastructure and manufacturing faculties for Value Added Products for the Milk Unions.
SAMPADA is a comprehensive package which will result in creation of modern infrastructure with efficient supply chain management from farm gate to retail outlet.
To strengthen and enhance India?s position as the Global IT hub and to use IT and cyber space as an engine for rapid inclusive and substantial growth in the national economy.
An Act to provide for the establishment, development and management of the Special Economic Zones for the promotion of exports and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
The STP scheme is for providing facilities to IT industry for undertaking software development and IT enabled services for 100% exports using data communication links in the form of physical exports including export of professional services.
To protect information and information infrastructure in cyberspace, build capabilities to prevent and respond to cyber threats, reduce vulnerabilities and minimize damage from cyber incidents through a combination of institutional structures, people, processes, technology and cooperation.
This policy allows an open acreage licensing, full freedom for marketing and pricing, single license for conventional and un-conventional hydrocarbons, equal weight-age of work programme and fiscal share and low royalty for offshore fields, among others.
The policy offers improved fiscal terms such as no oil cess applicable on crude oil production, moderate royalty rates same as in NELP regime, no upfront signature bonus, pricing and marketing freedom for oil and gas and no carried interest by NOCs.
The main objective of the policy is to attract significant risk capital from Indian and foreign companies, state of part technologies, new geological concepts and best management practices to explore oil and gas resources in the country to meet rising demands for oil and gas.
This policy specifies the modality for taking up commercial development of CBM, modality for identification and allotment of blocks, fiscal provisions/incentives and in a subsequent MOU entered between MOC & MOPNG specifies that right of 9 exploitation of Coal Mine Methane (CMM) from coal mining areas will be with coal mine operator.
The Policy for grant for financial assistance to shipyards and the guidelines formulated to implement the policy shall be called "Guidelines for implementation of Shipbuilding Financial Assistance Policy".
An Act to make provisions for existing national waterways and to provide for the declaration of certain inland waterways to be national waterways. Also the Act provides for the regulation and development of the said waterways for the purposes of shipping and navigation and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
A Bill to consolidate and amend the law relating to merchant shipping to ensure compliance with the country's obligation under the maritime treaties and international instruments to which India is a party. Also, to ensure the efficient maintenance of Indian mercantile marine in a manner best suited to serve the country's interest.
A Bill to provide for regulation, operation and planning of major ports in India and to vest the administration, control and management of such ports to the Boards of Major Port Authorities and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
This policy aims for participative models for rail connectivity and capacity augmentation projects which is enclosed.
The objectives of this policy is to broaden the investor base, incentivize actual generaion with the help of a generation/outcome based incentive and to facilitate entry of large Independent Power Producers(IPPs) and Foreign Direct Investors(FDI) to the wind power sector.
Sanction for the 'Scheme for setting up of 2000 MW ISTS-connected Wind Power Projects'.
Government of India launched this scheme to promote ecologically sustainable growth while addressing India's energy security challenge.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has been vested with the responsibility of developing Small Hydro Power (SHP) projects up to 25 MW station capacities.
Scheme to promotion of Grid interactive Biomass power and Bagasse cogeneration in Sugar Mills.
It aims for implementation of the Biomass Gasifier based Programmes of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India during 2010-11.
In order to promote this route of power generation,a number of projects of different capacities and applications will be taken up for refining the technical know-how, developing manpower and necessary infrastructure, establishing a proper arrangement of operation & maintenance and large scale dissemination.
The Policy aims at mainstreaming of biofuels and, therefore, envisions a central role for it in the energy and transportation sectors of the country in coming decades. The Policy will bring about accelerated development and promotion of the cultivation, production and use of biofuels to increasingly substitute petrol and diesel for transport and be used in stationary and other applications, while contributing to energy security, climate change mitigation, apart from creating new employment opportunities and leading to environmentally sustainable development. The Goal of the Policy is to ensure that a minimum level of biofuels become readily available in the market to meet the demand at any given time.
This policy document is the primary policy decision-making document for offshore wind energy development, including, setting up of offshore wind power projects and research & development activities, in waters, in or adjacent to the country up to the seaward distance of 200 nautical miles from the base line.
To improve more than 49,260 km of arterial routes of NH network to international standards.
Bharatmala Pariyojana is a new umbrella program for the highways sector that focuses on optimizing efficiency of freight and passenger movement across the country by bridging critical infrastructure gaps through effective interventions like development of Economic Corridors, Inter Corridors and Feeder Routes, National Corridor Efficiency Improvement, Border and International connectivity roads, Coastal and Port connectivity roads and Green-field expressways.
National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is monetizing public funded National Highway (NH) projects which are operational and are generating toll revenues for at least two years after the Commercial Operations Date (COD) through the Toll Operate Transfer (TOT) Model.
To develop a healthy and thriving communications satellite and ground equipment industry
Mission is to develop theme based tourist circuits on the principles of high tourist value, competitiveness and sustainability in an integrated manner by synnergizing efforts to focus on needs and concerns of all stakeholders to enrich tourist experience and enhance employment opportunities.
Mission is to identify and develop pilgrimage tourist destinations on the principles of high tourist visits, competitiveness and sustainability in an integrated manner by synnergizing efforts to focus on needs and concerns of all stakeholders to enrich religious/ spiritual tourist experience and enhance employment opportunities
The scheme will cover works relating to feeder separation, strengthening of sub-transmission & distribution systems, including metering of distribution transformers/ feeders/ consumers and rural electrification.
The scheme will cover works relating to feeder separation, strengthening of sub-transmission & distribution systems, provisioning of solar panels, including metering of distribution transformers/ feeders/ consumers in urban areas, and IT enablement of distribution sector.
Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana, a scheme for the financial Turnaround of Power Distribution Companies, has been approved GOI with an objective to improve the operational and financial efficiency of the state DISCOMs.
Objective of the policy is positioning tourism as a major engine of economic growth and to harness its direct and multiplier effects for employment and poverty eradication in an environmentally sustainable manner.
The Scheme aims to preserve and revitalise soul of the heritage city to reflect the city?s unique character by encouraging aesthetically appealing, accessible, informative & secured environment. The Scheme supports development of core heritage infrastructure projects which shall include revitalization of urban infrastructure for areas around heritage assets identified / approved by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India and State Governments.
To tap the potential and advantages that India has in the field of medical and wellness tourism.
The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs released model guidelines for the development and regulation of retirement homes in March 2019. The population share of senior citizens is expected to increase from 8% in 2015 to 19% in 2050, to 34% by the end of the century. With rising income levels, a growing share of senior citizens is choosing to reside in commercially developed and professionally managed facilities known as retirement homes.
To enhance competitiveness of industry by providing quality infrastructure to catalyze and promote industrial growth
An Act to establish the Real Estate Regulatory Authority for regulation and promotion of the real estate sector and to ensure sale of plot, apartment, building or real estate project, in an efficient and transparent manner and to protect the interest of consumers in the real estate sector and to establish an adjudicating mechanism for speedy dispute redressal.
These corridors are planned with a strategic focus on inclusive development to provide an impetus to industrialization and planned urbanization. In each of these corridors, manufacturing will be a key economic driver and these projects are seen as critical in raising the share of manufacturing in India's GDP from the current levels of 15% to 25% by 2025.
HRIDAY aims to preserve and revitalise the soul of the heritage city to reflect its unique character by encouraging an aesthetically appealing, accessible, informative and a secured environment.
The objective is to promote cities that provide basic infrastructure and a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment and application of ?Smart? Solutions.
Swachh Bharat Mission was launched to accelerate the efforts to achieve universal sanitation coverage and to put focus on sanitation.
The mission of AMRUT is to provide basic services such as water supply, sewerage and urban transport to households, and build amenities in cities which will improve the quality of life for all, especially the poor and the disadvantaged.
The aim is to support the construction of houses of upto 30 sq. m. carpet area with basic civic infrastructure.
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to provide 90% subsidy for NE States and 75% subsidy for other States for setting up Community radio stations.
The Department of Pharmaceuticals has announced the scheme for cluster development programme for pharma sector to enhance, quality, productivity and innovative capabilities of the SME pharma sector in the country.
It aims to provide the industry with worldclass state of the art infrastructure facilities for setting up their textile units and to meet international environmental and social standards.