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Industrial Incentive Policy - 2006

Under this Industrial Incentive Policy- 2006 there are provisions for granting preproduction incentive of subsidy/exemption from stamp duty and registration fee and post production incentive of grant/exemption for preparation of project reports, purchase of land/shed, technical know-how, captive power generation/diesel generating set, quality certificate. Vat, luxury tax, electricity duty, conversion fee, market fee etc.

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Industrial Policy of Bihar

Bihar has immense potential to emerge as the most industrialised state in India. It possesses the richest mineral reserves in the country. It also is endowed with resources such as surface and ground water, fertile land, disciplined and skilled man power etc., so very essential for the establishment of industries.

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Policy on Disability

People with disabilities in Bihar, according to a Census 2001, are as many as 18,87,611(this is the most conservative estimate and needs further study), live in circumstances of poverty, isolation and stigma. Their experiences have been exacerbated by the lack of services & facilities and vehement attitudinal barriers in all walks of their life. A very low percentage of PwDs in Bihar have been receiving marginal amount of services in a few urban centers through the efforts of Non-Governmental organizations (NGOs).

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Information and Communication Technology Policy (ICT Policy 2011)

India's success in the export of Information Technology (IT) Software and Related Services over the past decade is well known. India now accounts for 65 percent of the global market in offshore IT and 46 percent of the ITES market. The growth of the sector has led to tremendous paIndia's success in the export of Information Technology (IT) Software and Related Services over the past decade is well known. India now accounts for 65 percent of the global market in offshore IT and 46 percent of the ITES market. The growth of the sector has led to tremendous pay-offs in terms of wealth creation and generation of high quality employment. -offs in terms of wealth creation and generation of high quality employment.

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Information Technology Policy 2008

Our vision is that by the end of 2012, Bihar becomes one of the top five e-Governed, IT-enabled, e-Literate States in the Country and is regarded as a preferred destination for IT businesses and is a major supplier of skilled IT manpower.

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