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Bamboo & cane policy, 2003

Bamboo and Rattan represent untapped major resource of Assam State whose full ecological and economic potential needs to be recognized, developed and promoted in a manner ensuring ecological security for all round sustainable development of the State and also the livelihood security to its people

 

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North East Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy (NEIIPP), 2007

 

With a view to give a further boost to industrialization in the North Eastern Region, the erstwhile North East Industrial Policy (NEIP), 1997 was revised and a new policy, namely North East Industrial & Investment Promotion Policy (NEIIPP) 2007, was notified w.e.f. 1.4.2007 which will remain in force upto 31.03.2017. Benefits under NEIIPP, 2007 have also been extended, for the first time, to select Service Sector units, Bio-technology units and Power Generating units (up to 10 MW), besides industries in the manufacturing Sector.

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Policy on Public Private Partnership 2014

 

Assam has achieved economic growth of 5.9% during the year 2005-2006 as against the growth rate of 9.2% of the National Economy. Considering the huge backlog suffered by Assam in the economic development, it has to catch up with rest of the country by accelerating economic growth.

 

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Information Technology Policy, 2017

 

Information Technology (IT) occupies a key position in our modern age and is one of the fasted growing sectors in the world economy. Applications of IT have become pervasive, covering all spheres of life. Government of Assam has recognised this fact and has formulated the policy below keeping in mind all facets of IT.

 

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Industrial Policy of Assam 2008

 

Assam, the largest economy in the North East region of India, is the most industrially advanced state in the region by virtue of its comparatively favorable geographical location and the availability of reasonable infrastructure facilities. The state is rich in natural resources like natural oil and gas, coal, rubber, tea and minerals like granite, limestone and kaolin. It is also known for its vibrant tea and petroleum sectors.

 

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Assam Startup Policy Draft 2017

 

Assam has a population of 3.39 crores, making it the most populous state in North East India with a literacy rate of 72.19%. While Assam remained on of the largest revenue earning states preindependence, the state became completely landlocked and lost its access to sea ports post partition in 1947. These events have over the years put forward tremendous economic challenges for Assam.

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Information Technology and Electronic Policy Assam, 2017

 

Assam has witnessed significant growth in the ICT sector in the past one decade, due to the proactive initiatives taken by the State Government in terms of creation of state-of- the-art physical infrastructure, provision of basic amenities such as roads, water, sewerage and power to the doorsteps of IT layouts, availability of large English speaking and technical talent pool, lower cost of operation and innovative e-Governance programmes.

 

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