Chhattisgarh Launches mobile app for monitoring large industrial units

This mobile app has been developed by the Department of Commerce and Industry for quick establishment of industrial projects.

Through the mobile app, industrialists will be able to share information directly with the industry department

A total of 104 industrial units have signed MoUs with the state government.
Capital investment of about 42 thousand 500 crores proposed to be made: employment will be available to about 65000 persons

Raipur, 22 February 2021

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today launched a mobile app for monitoring the proposed large industrial units in the state in his office hall in the assembly premises. This mobile app has been developed by the Department of Commerce and Industry for quick establishment of industrial projects to be set up at a cost of thousands of crores in the state. Industries Minister Kawasi Lakhma was also present on the occasion.

Through the mobile app, industrialists will be able to directly share information about pending applications for consent, consent, registration, no objection from various departments and institutions at various stages of their unit establishment. MOU by Department of Industries Senior executives have been nominated as Relationship Managers for each unit to be carried out. Through these relationship officers will help in quick execution of the applications of the units in various departments. This mobile app is also available on Android and Apple Play Store.

        It is noteworthy here that a MoU has been executed by the state government with a total of 104 industrial units in the state in which a capital investment of about Rs 42 thousand 500 crore is proposed to be made and employment will be available to about 65000 persons. These MOUs In Madhya Pradesh, 16 units are proposed in Bastar division of the most backward region of the state, out of which action has been started for setting up industries by 09 units. Edited 104 MoU Out of this, 40 units have started the process of setting up the industry and production has started in 01 unit and export of their products to other countries has also started. Edited 104 MoUs Includes 76 units in steel sector, 04 in pharmaceutical sector, 01 in bicycle manufacturing, 03 in defense sector and 02 units in electronic sector.
    
     It is noteworthy that interest has been shown by various industrial investors to establish large industries in the steel and aluminum sector in the Surguja region of the state, due to which it is clear that in the coming days, the industrial activities in the most backward areas of Surguja and Bastar are also increasing. Will come and a large number of direct and indirect employment will be available at the local level. Apart from this, MoU has been signed by 15 forest based units in the state. It is proposed to be edited in which a capital investment of 75 crores and direct employment will be available to more than 1000 persons.
    Prompt and overall industrial development of the state is included in the top priority of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. This policy of the state government is being appreciated in the industry of the whole country. According to which action is being taken by the Department of Industries and departments related to industries using the information technology sector. For this, the single window system of the state has been made more effective and the implementation of projects is being constantly monitored by senior officials. To simplify and simplify the process of establishment of the industry, efforts are being made by the concerned departments to simplify the processes by continuously contacting various industry associations, business organizations and other related associations.
    On this occasion, Managing Director of CSIDC, Arun Prasad, Joint Secretary, Department of Commerce and Industry, Anurag Pandey and other senior officers along with Tektechnology Technology Private Limited, Bhilai directors Manish Aggarwal, Rupesh Sharma, Manoj Aggarwal, Sumit Aggarwal and Rambhagat Aggarwal were present.