PM Modi visits Rajasthan Pavilion at ‘Make in India Week’ in Mumbai

Mumbai, Make in India Week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Make in India Center, Rajasthan pavilion
Mumbai : On the opening day of the ‘Make in India Week’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, inaugurated the ‘Make in India Center’ and paid a visit to the Rajasthan pavilion.

A delegation from Rajasthan, led by Vaibhav Galariya, Commissioner (Investment and NRI), is participating in the ‘Make in India Week’, during February 13–18,to interact with visitors including potential investors and to sensitise them on the advantages the state offers including the investor facilitation initiatives of the government.

Commenting on the State’s efforts at bringing in investors, Galariya said, "Rajasthan has a remarkable track record of attracting, facilitating and nurturing investments. The State is reaching out to partner with key stakeholders in its journey towards sustainable long-term growth and inclusive development. We will utilise the Make in India Week platform to showcase the opportunities offered by our State and will explore areas of cooperation with domestic and foreign companies."

The eye-catching Rajasthan pavilion, designed as a beautiful Shekhawati haveli with 19th century frescos and wall panels, is showcasing the strength of the state as a compelling investment destination. Visitors are welcomed by a miniature model showcasing "Mini Japan" - the Japanese industrial zone at Neemrana.

During the course of the week, the delegation will interact with potential investors, business leaders to attract investments in sectors such as Automotive, IT & ITeS, Engineering, Electronic Hardware, Renewable Energy, Solar, Minerals and Ceramics, etc.

In a bid to attract foreign investors, the Rajasthan government has established an effective ‘single-window clearance’ mechanism to expedite the process of setting up industrial units and offers attractive financial incentives under the Rajasthan Investment Promotion Scheme (RIPS). It has also pioneered labour policy reforms in India to make them "employment-friendly", which will significantly enhance the ease of doing business in the state.

The state also benefits from the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), a mega infrastructure project that includes smart cities and industrial clusters along a Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) between Delhi and Mumbai. Nearly 39 percent of the DFC falls under Rajasthan and around 60 percent of the districts in the state fall under the project’s influence.

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