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Biotechnology Policy 2015-2020

Andhra Pradesh is strategically located on the Southeast coast of India and is a natural gateway to East & Southeast Asia. The state has a population of 4.93 crores (as per population census - 2011), accounting for 4% of country's population, residing in 4.9% of country's geographical area. Andhra Pradesh has abundant natural resources (Barytes, Limestone, Bauxite, and a number of minor minerals), fertile land and river basins, water resources, extensive canal system and conducive agro-climatic conditions. The State has the second longest coastline in India and is also one of the largest producers of marine products.

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IT Electronics Innovation and Startup policy 2014-2020

Globally, the Electronics Industry is the largest and fastest growing manufacturing industry in the world, with a size of USD 1.75 Trillion. It is expected to reach USD 2.4 Trillion by 2020. The demand in the Indian market was USD 70 Billion in 2013-14 and is expected to reach USD 400 Billion by 2020. Domestic demand is expected to be driven by the growth in income levels leading to higher off-take of electronics products, automation demands of corporate sector and Government's focus on e-Governance. However, with a low domestic manufacturing base and a low value addition, the demand-supply gap is likely to reach USD 300 Billion by 2020. To meet this alarming situation, and to enhance domestic manufacturing and valueaddition in Electronics Systems Design and Manufacturing (ESDM), the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MoC&IT), Government of India, notified the National Policy on Electronics in 2012. The NPE 2012 seeks to attract investments to the tune of USD 100 Billion and to create employment of 28 Million by 2020.

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Food Processing Policy 2015-2020

Andhra Pradesh is strategically located on the southeastern coast of India and is a natural gateway to East and Southeast Asia. The state has a population of 4.93 crore (as per population census - 2011), accounting for 4% of country's population, residing in 4.9% of country's geographical area. Andhra Pradesh has abundant natural resources (barytes, limestone, bauxite, and a number of minor minerals), fertile land and river basins, water resources, extensive canal system and conducive agro-climatic conditions. The State has the second longest coastline in India and is also one of the largest producers of marine products

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Industrial Development Policy 2015-2020

In the G.O. read above, Government have issued certain fiscal incentives to the categories of Micro/Small Enterprises, Medium Enterprises and Large Industries, Schedule Caste/ Schedule Tribe Entrepreneurs and Women Entrepreneurs under Industrial Investment Promotion Policy(IIPP) 2010- 2015, which was concluded on 31.03.2015. As per the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014, the new State of Andhra Pradesh was formed with effect from 2nd June 2014 with 13 districts – Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur, Nellore, Prakasam, Kadapa, Kurnool, Anantapur and Chittoor.

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Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Policy 2010-2015

In order to promote sustained growth of ICT sector not only to enhance the balanced regional socio economic development but also to spread the usage of IT to the last mile of the State for the benefit of common man, Government has announced the ICT Policy 2010-2015 vide first read above. The ICT Policy is effective for a period of five years w.e.f., 07-07-2010. Further, in order to implement the Policy pronouncements and initiatives, it was decided to issue operational guidelines separately thereon.

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Internet of Things (IoT) Policy 2016-2020

The new State of AP has to be practically re-imagined and reconstructed in a planned manner, if the hopes and aspirations of its people have to be fulfilled. ‘Sunrise State of India' Government of Andhra Pradesh brought out a comprehensive Blueprint “Re-Imagining Andhra Pradesh – role of eGovernance, Electronics and IT” for development of Electronics & ICT Industry in the State.

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Mineral Policy

The minerals and metals have formed an integral part of man's material needs. Even the various civilizations have been named after minerals and metals like Stone age, Copper age, Bronze age, Iron age and now the Atomic age or Uranium and Plutonium age. Koutilya in his Arthasastra has stated that "the wealth of the State is its source in the mining and metallurgical industry; the power of the state comes out of these resources".

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Micro Small & Medium Enterprises Policy 2015-20

Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) accords top priority to development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) for catalyzing growth. Development of MSMEs has a significant impact on employment generation, improvement in standard of living and inclusive growth.

 

Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Policy 2015-20 aims to generate new employment opportunities for at least 3.5 lakh people and attract new investments of at least ₹15,000 crore by 2020. MSME Policy 2015-20 proposes a holistic package of interventions encompassing fiscal incentives, capital and interest subsidies, seed capital assistance, incentives on land and power, financial aid for skill development and quality improvement and marketing assistance.

 

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Single Desk Policy 2015–20

Government of Andhra Pradesh is committed to providing a friendly business environment marked by ease of doing business, best in class policies and unparalleled support in attracting and facilitating industrial investments. To that end, the Single Desk Policy 2015-20 is a key instrument in achieving this goal.

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Tourism Policy 2015 - 20

 

Andhra Pradesh is the State of Opportunities. The State now targets to be among the top 3 states in India by 2022 and a developed stateby 2029. With the second longest coastline of 974 kilometersin the country, a rich historical and cultural heritage, ancient and spiritual temples, serene valleys and hills; the new state of Andhra Pradesh with 13 districts holds vast tourist potential, hitherto .

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Textile and Apparel Promotion Policy 2005-2010

Andhra Pradesh is strategically located on the Southeast coast of India and is a natural gateway to East & Southeast Asia. The state has a population of 4.93 crores (as per population census - 2011), accounting for 4% of country’s population, residing in 4.9% of country’s geographical area. Andhra Pradesh has abundant natural resources (barytes, limestone, bauxite, and a number of minor minerals), fertile land and river basins, water resources, extensive canal system and conducive agroclimatic conditions. The State has the second longest coastline in India and is also one of the largest producers of marine products.

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Wind Power Policy, 2015

In order to promote Wind Power Projects, the Government of Andhra Pradesh have issued orders formulating Andhra Pradesh Wind Power Policy, 2012 vide references 1st and 2nd read above. The operative period of policy was 5 years and it expired in April, 2013, Considering, the good wind power potential existing in the State and to achieve 4000 MW capacity addition through wind power during the next 5 years period, there is a need to bring out comprehensive wind power policy.

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