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  • Annexure - I
  • Annexure - II
  • Annexure - III
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    JHARKHAND STATE INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2001

    17.0 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
    17.1

    Skill development is the key to quality and productivity. It also ensures employment of local people in sophisticated industries. New technology and tools are being developed which must be made available to the local youth for optimal utilisation of the resources at disposal.

       
    17.2

    The State is endowed with good educational and technical institutions. There are 12 Polytechnic institutions and ITI's. There are institutions of repute such as XLRI, XISS, ISM, RIT Jamshedpur, BIT Sindri, BIT Mesra, CMPDI, etc. A good number of National laboratories such as CFRI, CMRI, NIFFT, NML etc. are located here. Every year altogether 5000 trained technical manpower is released in various categories, for absorption in the national and international markets. Recently the Government has decided to allow private participation in opening technical institutions. Many national and international software companies have established their manpower training institution in the State. To promote private participation in opening technical institutions a special cell would be set up by the Government to ensure speedy and single point facilitation of such services.

       
    17.3

    The Indo-Danish Tool Room (IDTR) at Jamshedpur is playing a very important role in providing tool room and training facilities to the industrial concerns. The state Government intends to have close interaction with various industries and research institutions for accelerated industrial growth.

     

     

     

     

     

     



     

     

     

     

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