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Biotech Policy 2004

Biotechnology is defined as the application of scientific and engineering principles for the processingof materials by biological agents to provide goods and services. It can be classified into different fields such as medical biotechnology, ecological biotechnology, bioprocess, pharmaceutical, industrial biotechnology and farming biotechnology, etc. Biotechnology seems to take the sudden biological new revolution. The importance of biotechnology has been recognized world over. Developed countries took initiative and invested in generatingknowledge, have taken lead in the development of biotechnology.



Industrial Investment and Employment Promotion Policy of Uttar Pradesh - 2017

India is one of the key Asian economies driving the global growth. It has been one of the world's fastest growing large economies on the verge of having its largest and youngest ever workforce; and, in a decade's time, set to become the world's most populous country. This presents plethora of new opportunities as well as poses challenges that the country must face up to.


Civil Aviation Promotion Policy of UP 2017

Civil aviation sector is an enabler of economic growth and development of the state and the country. To facilitate the inclusive growth in this sector, Government of India has launched National Civil Aviation Policy 2016 and Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) with a vision to connect the underserved as well as unserved airports/airstrips/locations through incentives from central and state governments. Such airports/locations are marked as RCS airports/locations. State governments are expected/encouraged to identify the locations as well as the routes and to declare incentives beyond the mandates envisaged in RCS to attract the airlines and start new routes.


Handloom, Power-loom, Silk,Textile and Garmenting Policy 2017

It is necessary for the all-round development of any state to ensure that the economic and social benefits of development should reach all the sections of society. Policies and schemes of the State Government should be able to improve the standard of living of people across all sections to enable them to lead a dignified life. The Handloom, Power-loom, Silk,Textile and Garmenting Policy 2017 (now onwards referred to as Textile and Garmenting Policy) of the State has been prepared based on this principle.




UP Electronics Manufacturing Policy-2017

Uttar Pradesh, the land with ancient history is rich in resources and cultural heritage. It is one of the largest states in India with GDP of more than US$ 200 billion & has the largest consumer base in the country with around 200 million people. With rapid industrialization & Government spending in Projects like Metro Rail, Agra – Lucknow Expressway, IT City, IT Parks, upcoming Poorvanchal Expressway, Electronic Manufacturing Clusters, Industrial Zones, Optical Fiber Connectivity etc., the state has taken up a trajectory towards accelerated growth & developed society.


UP Solar Energy Policy 2017

India is a tropical country, which receives adequate solar radiation for 300 days. However, solar power has not been able to contribute to a significant share in the Indian energy mix. The Power generation capacity through Solar PV systems in country stands at 12500megawatt (as of April, 2017) of the total 329000Megawatt capacity installed in the country. The market for solar power is, however, set to grow significantly due to improved economics of solar projects and rise in the prices of the fossil fuels. Power generation from solar energy will receive promotion in the light of Government of India‟s commitment to generate40% of the country‟s electric power from renewable sources by year 2030 and which includes targeted generation of 100000megawatt from solar power by year 2022, of which 40000megawatt is to be achieved through installation of solar rooftop projects. Additionally, the amendment in the National Tariff Policy in 2016 also targets to achieve 8% contribution from solar energy in the total state mix (excluding generation of hydro power) by year 2021.


One Time Settlement Policy

Ots policy for picup needs more objectivity in its appraisal efforts. At the same time, however, it is important that the policy should allow for a scientist.s precision as well as an artist.s appreciation to ensure that while the system remains objective, it does not loose out on the need for factoring in uniqueness of each case that will come up for a settlement. Early settlement is the essence of any ots policy equally important is the fact that such policy should be attractive to the borrowers. Accordingly the state.s ots policy will stand on two principles;


SEZ Policy 2007

The Section-50 of Central SEZ Act, 2005, expects that the State Governments should also notify Policies and enabling Act to provide facilities/exemptions to SEZs.

After studying the Central SEZ Act - 2005, SEZ Rules - 2006. and also relevant Policies of various States, new U.P. SEZ Policy is being hereby notified, in order to foster the industrial and economic development and creating conducing environment for the development of SEZ.



IT and Start-Up Policy 2017-2022


India's success in the area of Information Technology (IT) Software and related services has been acknowledged globally. ITBPM Industry is contributing highest relative share in national GDP, at around 9.3%. Globally, India has become the third largest start-up hub, with more than 4750 start-ups. India continues to take big strides to propel the IT-BPM and start-up environment. Towards this direction, Uttar Pradesh has been consistently focusing on developing infrastructure, human capital development and effective policy measures to create conducive environment for the growth of ITBPM industry and start-up ecosystem. The Uttar Pradesh IT & Start-up Policy aims to tap in the potential of technology sector as a great harbinger of change, reaping in benefits of job creation, innovation and holistic socio-economic development.