Haryana - Investment and Industrial Policies

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Education Policy

  • Previous Commissions for framing Education Policy had a Top down approach for consultation over a period of two to three years .
  • A time-bound, grass root consultative process is proposed

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IT & ESDM Policy 2017

Haryana has emerged as one of the most prominent industrial States of India. The State has made impressive strides over the years to carve out a niche for itself in the fields of engineering, automobiles, information technology, electronic hardware and hi-technology industries. With a contribution of close to 10% to State's GDP and 54% to Haryana's exports and giving direct and indirect employment to over 10 Lacs people, IT and ESDM sector has proven to be the epicenter of State's economic growth. Gurgaon emerged as the central pillar of growth in IT and ESDM sector. The city known as World BPO hub employs 5% of global BPM workforce and 13% of total Indian BPM workforce. More than 450 companies employing 4000 foreigners have established their base in Gurgaon
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Industrial Investment & Business Promotion Policy - 2015

Created on 1st November 1966, Haryana today has emerged as one of the most industrialized States in the country. Haryana a land venerated in the Ancient times in the Vedas and Bhagwat Gita, today has transformed and emerged as a veritable hub of knowledge and a vibrant and fast growing industrial powerhouse. Strategically located in the heart of India, Haryana surrounds the National Capital Delhi on three sides. Nearly 40% of the State falls in the National Capital Region and 66% under the DMIC Influence zone.

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Textile Policy 2017

The textile and apparel industry is pivotal for the Indian economy by way of its momentous contribution to the GDP, industrial output, export earnings and employment generation. Government of India's thrust on textiles through ‘Make in India', coupled with its emphasis on reforms and ease of doing business, augur well for the industry which offers a resilient outlook going forward. The textile sector in India is poised to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% (between 2009-23E) reaching USD 226 billion by 2023.

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Labour Policy 2006

Haryana is fast emerging as one of the most favoured investment destinations in India. The globalization of markets and a buoyant economy have given a tremendous impetus to the industrial sector in Haryana, which already has a competitive advantage in terms of fortuitous location, basic infrastructure, a large, skilled and young workforce and an enabling Industrial Policy. In this scenario, Industrial Relations are poised at the threshold of a new era in which an increasingly dynamic balance has to be continually evolved between capital and labour, towards productive efficiency with social justice. The Central Government has also been emphasizing the need for reorienting labour policies in line with the newly emerging economic scenario.

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Procurement Policy

It has been observed that the last quarter rush for the purchase of store items is not a prudent financial practice. The store items ought to be procured in a manner that the budgetary provisions for the same are utilized in an evenly spread manner throughout the year. As such, it is important that the Departments prepare their procurement plans for the year especially when the budgetary provisions are known to each and every department/ organization as soon as the Appropriation Bill is passed and the grants are communicated to all the line departments by the Finance Department. The Finance Department has already delegated the powers to issue financial/ administrative sanctions within the approved plan budget subject to such outflows being restricted to 20% of the annual plan budget during the first quarter, 25% of the plan budget during the second quarter, another 25% of the plan budget during the third quarter and 30% during the last quarter of the financial year.

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Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy

Government of Haryana (GoH) recognizes that a partnership approach under Public Private Partnership (PPP) should be one of the tools to deliver public services to improve the quality of life of its people. The XI Plan document and stated policy of Haryana Government (official website: haryana.gov.in), implicitly and explicitly, recognize the role of private sector in development of physical and social infrastructure.

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Communication & Connectivity Infrastructure Policy -2017

Haryana is among the first few States to have established core IT infrastructure (SWAN and SDC) to facilitate the e-enablement of life and work. In order to strengthen this core Information and Communication infrastructure, the State intends to further facilitate effective transformation of the socio-economic scenario through accelerated equitable and inclusive economic growth by encouraging provision of quality infrastructure for connectivity & telecommunication services across the State, especially in the rural and remote areas of the State in a uniform and time bound manner.

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Silicosis Rehabilitation Policy 2017

Silicosis is a form of occupational lung disease caused by inhalation of crystalline silica dust, and is marked by inflammation and scarring in the form of nodular lesions in the lobes of lungs and is categorized as a type of pneumoconiosis.

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SEZ Policy

Industrial Policy, 2005 lays down that the objective of industrial and economic growth shall be achieved, amongst other factors, by encouraging public private partnership in infrastructure projects. In particular, development of industrial infrastructure with private sector participation has been emphasized. So far, the task of development of industrial infrastructure viz, Industrial Estates has been entrusted to Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation (HSIDC). This Corporation has developed industrial areas of over eight thousand acres at different locations in the State. This also includes two growth centers at Bawal and Saha and an Industrial Model Township at Manesar (Gurgaon).

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Sports and Physical Fitness Policy 2015

The Government of Haryana recognizes that physical activity and sports are integral parts of Haryana culture and society and translates into the benefits in terms of health, social cohesion, economic activity, cultural enrichment and improved quality of life; The Government of Haryana aimsto increase awareness among Haryana residentsregarding significant benefits of physical activity and the practice of sports;

 

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Solar Power Policy, 2016

To begin with, we need to survive. Live. If choice be, live well in a sustainable manner. Solar Energy has come to be accepted as a major source of energy for the future. Specifically in India, it is expected that coal reserves of the country won't last longer than 2040-50. Oil reserves across the world are also depleting and have their own pollution factors associated with it.

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Transparent Inspection Policy

The Labour Department Haryana implements various provisions related to safety, health, welfare and other conditions of employment under various labour laws. In order to ensure the compliance of various provisions under these enactments, the Department has notified various functionaries for the inspection of the establishments/factories. Although inspection guidelines have been framed in the past, but these have not been implemented properly; besides there have been some complaints of adhocism in the inspections.

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Website Development, Hosting and Maintenance Policy

The IT Policy 2000 of the State emphasizes the use of Web Technology to disseminate the information across the world and to enhance the citizen-IT interface. Also, the Policy recognizes the need of using Web Potential in bridging the gap between the Government and the Citizen. Therefore, it has been highlighted that wherever citizen interface is involved, Web enabled applications will be developed. All public domain information like official gazette notifications, acts, rules, regulations, circulars, policies and programme documents would be digitized and made available for electronic access on Web. The NIC has developed, hosted and maintaining the official website of the State at URL http://haryana.nic.in. The websites of other departments are also connected to this website.

The process of developing organization specific websites has also started and a number Departments, Boards and Corporation and district authorities have made their web presence. But, this entire effort needs to streamlined and integrated into a well knit web for the State Government. That gives impetus to the preparation of a policy for the Website Development, Hosting and Maintenance.


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