1. Introduction
  2. Objective
  3. Strategy
  4. Infrastructure
  5. Industrial Area
  6. Land
  7. Road Network
  8. Railways
  9. Air Transport
  10. Sea Access
  11. Water
  12. Tourism
  13. Telecommunication
  14. Information Technology
  15. Power
  16. Special Economic Zone
  17. Human Resource Development
  18. State Infrastructure Development
    & Management System
  19. Export
  20. Foreign Investment
  21. Industrial Finance
  22. Unit Undertaking Expansion/
    Diversification/ Modernisation
  23. Industrial Sickness
  24. Promotion of
    Rural Industrialisation
  25. Employment Programmes
  26. Entrepreneurship Development
  27. Identification of Thrust Area
  28. Commercial Tax Reforms
  29. Fiscal Incentives
  30. Environment Protection
    and Pollution Control Clearance
  31. Simplification of Procedures
  32. Marketing Assistance
    and Other Linkages
  33. Consultancy Services
  34. Research and Development
  35. Miscellaneous
  36. Monitoring and Review
  37. Power of the State Government
  38. Annexure - I
  39. Annexure - II
  40. Annexure - III



The Government is committed to simplify various rules and regulations and make suitable amendments in the relevant Acts to provide quick and transparent administration and to ensure quick disposal of various matters.


Appropriate steps would be taken to rationalise and simplify the Government controls.


To save industrial units from inconvenience, wherever possible Self-certification would be encouraged. Simple inspections, for examination of accounts, security reasons and on receiving specific complaints inspections would be conducted to prevent violations as per the procedures mentioned in paragraph 31.5.


The Government shall take steps to simplify the industrial licensing procedures and make inspection of industries transparent. Various licenses relating to the industries under different Central and State statutes shall be made valid for a minimum period of 5 years by bringing suitable amendments in the relevant Acts. The annual inspection of the industrial premises shall be carried our strictly in accordance with law on camp basis under the direct control and supervision of the senior district level statutory authority in consonance with the Directorate of Industries for which, wherever possible, specific dates for a specific area shall be announced in advance.


Without infringing upon the powers granted under various labour acts, the component authority shall submit the report of surprise inspection of an industrial premise within 48 hours to his department. A copy of such report shall be simultaneouly sent to the Industries Department for information. In case of an industrial unit is found violating any rule or procedure, and it becomes necessary to file criminal prosecution under relevent act/rules against such industrial unit, then the competent authority shall seek prior permission from the Labour, Employment and Training Department before initiating such action. The sanctioning authority while granting such permission shall mandatorily intimate the same to the Industries Department alongwith the reason for such action.


Any inspection made with malafide intention shall be dealt with very seriously and shall invite strict disciplinary action by the concerned department. Efforts will be made to issue composite licenses within the legal parameters.


The State Governemnt would set up a Law Commission/High Level Review Committee to assess and evaluate the applicability and relevance of certain acts such as Weights & Measures act, Drug Control Act, Factories Act, Water and Air Pollution Act, Employment Exchange Act, Payment of Wages Act, Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, Shops and Establishment Act, Boilers Act, Minimum Wages Act, Workmen Compensation Act, Co-operative Act, Forest Act, Mining Act, Tenancy Act, etc. This Commission/committee would be constituted within a period of 30 days of the announcement of this policy and would submit its recommendations with respect to the amendments to be made within 90 days of its constitution.


Time bound disposal of applications would be ensured and delegation of powers for decentralised decision making shall be taken recourse to.


An effective Single Window system would be established at the district level, the Industrial Area Development Authority Level and at the Directorate level to ensure timely disposal of various pending matters at such levels. Computerised facilities shall be provided at all such levels which would be interconnected to facilitate smooth functioning of the system, transparency, accountability and monitoring to ensure time bound results. Facilities for on line submission of application shall be provided. For the purpose of effective Single Window System a nodal officer shall be designated at all the levels to ensure coordinations. This nodal officer shall be know as "Udyog Bandhu".


The District Industries Centers shall be reorganised professionally and motivated to create conducive and pro-active industrial atmosphere. Such centres shall play the role of facilitator and shall assist the local industries in development.

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