The strategies to be adopted for achieving the objectives are broadly as
Rationalise fiscal concessions.
Provide adequate good quality infrastructural support at a reasonable
cost for efficient functioning of the industrial sector.
Amend laws / rules for encouraging private sector participation in
Simplify rules, regulations and procedures to remove bottlenecks for
smooth functioning of the industrial sector.
Improve the quality of services to entrepreneurs with sharp focus upon
SC/ST categories, handicapped and women to encourage them to actively
participate in the developmental process.
Introduce latest scientific data collection system to make the planning
process more realistic.
Make the “Single Window System” more effective at the district, the
industrial area and State level.
Strive to put in place appropriate arrangements for ensuring timely and
adequate flow of credit to industries, specially the SSI sector.
Assist Industrial Sector in their marketing efforts by providing
adequate support services backed by appropriate enabling provisions in
the legislations / rules.
Facilitate availability of technical and financial support for
modernisation through increased access to Research & Development
Give thrust to entrepreneurship development through Establishment of
Entrepreneur Development Institute (EDI) and other specialized
Diagnose incipient sickness and initiate timely measures for revival of
sick industries and develop a monitoring system at district level to
avoid sickness in industry.
Identify the areas of concentration of traditional skills and provide
training, improved design, technological back up and marketing support.
Development of “Craft Villages” and organising “Craft Bazaars”
to provide adequate market access to artisans and craftsmen.
Encourage setting up of fruit processing, vegetable processing, spice
processing, horticulture and other food processing industries in the
State by providing special incentives and basic infrastructure to these
Develop Industrial Parks for specialised activities in the fields of
Information Technology, Tassar/Mulberry, Electronics, Plastic,
Chemicals, Biotech and Herb, Exports and Food Processing with adequate
power, water, communication, transport and other common facilities.
Emphasis on small power generating units and developing non-conventional
sources of energy through private participation.
To encourage development of consumer oriented industries such as
Plastic, Herbs, Drugs, Leather, Handloom, Handicrafts, Khadi, etc.
Issue of notifications by various concerned Departments to give effect
to the strategies of the policy.
Institutionalisation of Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism.
Mid-term review of implementation of this policy to ensure timely and
appropriate corrective actions.