Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat said that under the Investors Summit held last year, 17,405 crores have been invested in Uttarakhand. This is expected to provide 47,000 jobs within a year and a half. In a press conference at the Secretariat Media Center on Tuesday, Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat said that more than four thousand investors and representatives from India and abroad took part in the Investors Summit in October last year, with over 600 investors worth 1,24,000 crore. MoUs were held. The Chief Minister informed that within these 11 months an investment of 17,405 crore has been made in 391 projects in the state. The investment is expected to generate 47,000 jobs in the state within the next year and a half. He said that under MSME in the mountains, investors have shown great interest in setting up industries. In the mountainous districts alone, 152 industries have hit the ground, through which more than 10,000 jobs will be provided.
The government has set five standards for grounding of industries. These include purchase of land for the project, allotment or lease of land, NOC taken from various departments, allotment letter to successful tender in the expression of interest for investment, commencement of construction work and purchase of plant and machinery for fifth project have ordered