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Biotechnology Policy

Tamil Nadu has emerged as a front ranking State in attracting investments. The growth in knowledge-based industries in the State in recent years has been phenomenal. The export of software from the State which was only Rs.37 crores in 1995-96 has reached Rs.1,914 crores in 1999-2000. In order to consolidate these gains and carry the State forward in the path of economic development, the Government of Tamil Nadu has decided to focus on another knowledge-based industry, i.e. Biotechnology.

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Electricity Board 2012-2013

The availability of quality and reliable power is critical for economic development of the State. Growth in power consumption is an indicator of the industrial, agricultural and commercial growth of a State. Rapid and self sustaining growth of power sector and its financial viability is essential for its speedier and sustained socio-economic development of a state. Availability of sufficient power at reasonable rates will have multiplier effect on the economy of the state through increase in investments and improved productivity of agriculture, industry and commerce. Hence, Government of Tamil Nadu is giving the highest priority to the development of power sector.


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Fly ash Utilisation Policy

The building industry in Chennai Bangalore and other cities in Southern India is witnessing a major boost owing to the influx of many multinational companies into this part of the county. The cement industry itself had seen a 14% growth last year. To meet the demand for construction activities in and around Chennai, numerous small brick making units have sprouted. The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board, is presently taking stern action against those units who are eroding the precious top soil. to avoid dumping of Fly ash into ash ponds and also to use Fly ash fruitfully in the building industry and thus make available a large quantity of Fly ash bricks and limit the growth of the top soil-denuding conventional brick manufacturing process, a new policy to promote large scale utilisation of Fly ash in building material industry has to be evolved. the Fly ash Brick Manufactures Associations and Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation have appealed to the Government to issue a new Fly ash policy.


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Home, Prohibition and Excise Department Police Policy 2012-2013

All through history the most important duty of a ruler has been the protection of the people from external threats and internal strife. As per the Constitution of India the responsibility of providing security to the people from external aggression is entrusted to the Central Government and that of providing internal security by maintaining public peace and order is entrusted to the State Government. A strong, efficient and disciplined Police Force is necessary for enabling the State to fulfill this responsibility.


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Information Technology Policy 2012- 2013

It is the vision of our Hon'ble Chief Minister to make Tamil Nadu as “Knowledge capital” and “Innovation hub” of the Country. Under the able and dynamic leadership of our Hon’ble Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu endowed with well developed infrastructure facilities and skilled human resources has become the destination of choice for IT/ITES investments in India.


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Industries Department Policy Note 2012-13

Manufacturing industries are the prime movers of the economy of a country. Manufacturing industries not only provide people with different goods, thereby satisfying human wants and needs, they also provide employment to them. Given the fact that employees in the manufacturing industries generally earn higher wages and receive more generous benefits than employees in other sectors, manufacturing contributes much to the progress of a country. Manufacturing companies are contributing to the country's income through the taxes being paid by them.


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Home, Prohibition and Excise Department Tamil Nadu Police Policy Note 2012 - 2013

All through history the most important duty of a ruler has been the protection of the people from external threats and internal strife. As per the Constitution of India the responsibility of providing security to the people from external aggression is entrusted to the Central Government and that of providing internal security by maintaining public peace and order is entrusted to the State Government. A strong, efficient and disciplined Police Force is necessary for enabling the State to fulfill this responsibility.


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Handlooms and Textiles Policy Note 2012 - 2013

Indian Textile Industry consists of four segments viz Spinning, Handloom, Powerloom, Hosiery sectors. India has the largest loomage and second highest spindleage in the World. A strong multi-fibre base of raw material, skilled weavers, best production system, a dynamic entrepreneurship together have all contributed to the Indian Textile Industry that has long been the main stay of the Indian Economy next to Agriculture. The Textile Industry has significant presence in the National and State Economy. It is the forerunner in industrial development and in providing massive employment in the State.

 

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