INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
3. STRATEGY :
Creating and enabling environment for development of industrial and
related social infrastructure.
Development and operationalisation of Industrial Facilitation
Mechanism (Single Window System) for "time-bound clearance".
Rationalisation of fiscal concession and benefits.
Striving to put in place appropriate arrangements for ensuring timely
and adequate flow of credit to industries, specially the MSE sector.
Assist Industrial Sector in their marketing efforts by providing
adequate support services backed by appropriate enabling provisions in the
legislations / rules.
Thrust to entrepreneurship development programme.
Emphasis on small power generating units and developing
non-conventional sources of energy using clean technology through private
Development of ancillary units by major industries.
Institutionalisation of Monitoring, Evaluation and Grievance
Implementing the concept of Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) in
industrialization especially in Infrastructure Development / Industrial
Area Development / Industrial Park / Human Resource Development / Service
To develop Human Resources with appropriate scientific, technical and
managerial skill to suit the requirement of local industries and gain
maximum employment. Adoption of existing technical institutes under
Government by Mega Investors under their Corporate Social Responsibility
(CSR) programme will be encouraged to achieve the objective.
Setting up new Industrial infrastructure dedicated to steel,
automobile, food and agro-processing, electronics, information and
communication technology etc. including through new organizational forms
such as Knowledge Cities, Centers of Excellence, Incubation Centers, SEZ
assistance to be provided to small, tiny, cottage industries, handloom,
sericulture and handicraft.
Identification and revival of sick units,
including prevention of sickness by developing a district level monitoring
cluster based development of MSMEs either on their own or with mother
industries for bringing about more production efficiencies, branding and
bringing about economies of scale.
development of MSME Sector through attractive package of Incentives and
Concessions including implementation of MSME Act 2006.
of Rehabilitation & Resettlement Policy (R&R Policy), 2008.
To develop quality
infrastructure including road, water, land, power etc and provide it at the
doorstep of industries for encouraging industrial growth.
incentives are proposed for women, SC/ST entrepreneurs.
To make industries
technically competitive, special incentives are proposed for adoption of
latest technologies, getting quality certification like BIS, ISO 9000/
14000 or other national or international certification.
programmes on export marketing and other related issues will be organized
in association with MSME Development Institutes / EAN India and local
chamber of commerce and association to sensitize and encourage exporters
for export promotion.
proposes to facilitate setting up of effluent treatment plants and
hazardous waste management plants in various industrial estates and
clusters with private sector participation. Efforts will also be made for
value addition to some industrial wastes including minerals lying as wastes
at pit-head / mines site.