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GSRTC Conductore Paper and Solution 2021

  

 Conductor paper is taken by GSRTC today 5/9/21

 Conductor paper is taken by GSRTC today 


Job, Exam, GSRTC Conductor exam paper date 5/9/2021 


Policy 9.2 To promote clusters, destruction of up to 50% of project cost (up to Rs. 3 crores) will be provided for construction and up-gradation of roads, installation of industrial infrastructures like warehouse facilities, fire stations, underground pollutants, etc.  9.3 Workers of Industrial Clusters - In order to provide better living facilities to the laborers, 80% financial assistance i.e. up to Rs. 3 crore will be provided under the Industrial Infrastructure Policy for Dormitory Housing in Manufacturing Clusters.

  10) Sustainable Manufacturing: 10.1 As per GPCB certification, at least 50% (up to Rs. 3 lakh) of capital subsidy will be given to industries following the method of waste recovery by zero liquid discharge.  10.2 FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR MANUFACTURE MANUFACTURES: This policy allows MSMEs to pay 3% of the cost of plant and machinery and 10% of the cost of plant and machinery (up to a maximum of Rs. 3 lakhs) to large industrial units to use clean and pure technology for production instead of existing processes.  

Will give incentives.  Such technologies include processes such as substitution and optimization of raw materials, reduction in water consumption or energy consumption, or waste production.

  11) Common Environment Infrastructure Facilities;  11.1 The total project cost for Common Environment Infrastructure facilities has been increased from the existing 25% to 30%.  In which assistance up to a maximum of Rs. 20 crore will be provided.  11.2 Development of Green Estates: Financial assistance of 5% (up to Rs. 3 crores) of project cost for setting up or relocating green industrial estates or retrofitting existing polluting industrial units and converting them into green industrial estates. 

 11.૩ The Common Boiler Project of Special Purpose Vehicle established by at least 10 MSME units will get an incentive of 50% of the cost of fixed assets at a cost of Rs.  1 crore will be given.  12) Skills and Training Support: An analysis of the skills requirement of industries in different sectors of the state and the gap between the available workers will be conducted. 



 This will help in preparing a roadmap for imparting skills related to the local population and thus bridging the gap.  As well as CLI Development Anchor Institutes, specialized s.  The state government will also provide financial support for setting up Skill Development Centers, Skill Upgradation Centers, etc.  In addition, this policy provides Rs.  Will give incentives up to 150.  13) Garuda, an organization dedicated by the state government to ensure easy movement of goods in and out of the state as well as to increase exports.  (GARUD) has been created. 

 The infrastructure built under this organization will help industries reduce production costs and therefore increase competitiveness against other developing economies.  14) Industrial Extension Bureau for investors as a single point contact for all government-related queries and approvals.  (iNDEXTb) will nominate dedicated relationship managers.  15) Investment Facilitation Portal (IFP) - Mega Online Permission: About five lakh applications have been processed from the investor facilitation portal state single window.  


To further strengthen the Ease of Doing Business environment in the state, a framework is being developed for which investors will be required to submit only one application form for various approvals and compliance with the states. 


 

16) Centralized Inspection System: A new experiment of the Centralized Inspection System has been undertaken in the state to promote transparency and ease of doing business.  17) For industries in the pipeline: Projects under the previous policy of 2015 are at different stages of implementation.  

Such projects will be given time to go into production and work within 1 year of the announcement of the new industrial policy to complete the project.  Common infrastructure projects will be given two years to complete the project within two years of the announcement of the new industrial policy.  • Support Gujarat August 15, 2020 

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