New Tourism Policy Will Increase the Rate of Employment Opportunities


To increase employment opportunities in Uttarakhand, the Trinamath cabinet Thursday made several important decisions. Government has released an amended policy to promote investment in the tourism sector. Bimper concessions have been made for the investors in the new policy. With this, the government also approved the Electric Vehicle Policy. These decisions will increase the employment and self-employment opportunities in the state. After the Cabinet meeting in Chief Minister’s residence, the official spokesman Madan Kaushik informed about the decisions. He said that since 2001, the revised tourism policy has now been approved in 2018. In the new policy, 28 types of activities are included in the tourism sector. Now tourism will benefit from all the concessions of industry and MSME, such as ease of loan, relaxation in interest etc.

As a small investor with big investors, local youth will also be able to make tourism self-employed. On the new electric vehicle policy, Kaushik informed that this will encourage the use of electric vehicles in the state. Under this, it has been decided to exempt the electric vehicles, auto charger infrastructure, and increase the industries. Skill training institutions will be given training related to these industries. The state will get its direct benefit development and local people will get employment. Along with this, almost 5,000 jobs will be created from Aroma Park. In order to promote research in the field of biotechnology, the government has also provided Rs. 5 crores.

The special thing is that it has also decided to create a Biotechnology Committee to consider the proposals received. All the proposals will be created for a single window system, all approvals will be done within the 30-day e-platform. Biotechnology industries will get all the benefits of other industrial policy. The provision of patent registration collaboration grants is also kept.


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