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Industries Happy With Care


Top Corporate Honchos admitted that the Industry Care framework developed by the Industries Department is a fabulous and best-in-class initiative.

 
Sanjay Patnaik, Vedanta Limited joining with others said Industries are reaping benefits due to such an initiative.
 
Mr.Patnaik was sharing experience of Corporate Sector on Industry Care initiative of the Odisha Government here on 1 June.
 
“It is a brilliant exercise initiated by the Industries Department”, he further said adding that the participation of senior government officials in the meetings shows the seriousness of government in resolving the issues and creating  conducive business environment.

Commenting on the Industry Care initiative of the State Government which aims at expediting industrialisation in the State,
Sanjeev Chopra, Principal Secretary Industries urged upon all industries to make full use of the business reforms initiatives developed by the State.
 
Mr.Chopra said this while speaking at the eighth Industry Care initiative meeting held here today at the IDCO Headquarters. The meeting was attended by representatives of industries from as many as eleven districts of Odisha.
 
The Industry Care initiative was launched by the State Government’s Department of Industries in December, 2018, to raise awareness about business reforms and institutional mechanisms among industries and resolve their issues with various government departments on a high priority basis.
 
In today’s meeting Industry representatives from Angul, Deogarh, Gajapati, Kalahandi, Koraput, Malkangiri, Mayurbhanj, Nawarangpur, Kandhamal, Rayagada and Sonepur held discussions with senior officials of various government departments on issues they are facing and their resolution.
 
The meeting was attended by 18 corporate entities including Vedanta, NTPC, NALCO, JK Paper Mills, Apar Industries, IMFA, Gupta Power, Hindalco Industries Ltd. and Toshali Cements, among others.
 
The engagement was also aimed at facilitating the expansion of new units coming up in the State.
 
There were thorough deliberations on all the business reforms and facilitation mechanisms institutionalised by the State Government. Participants also discussed on industry feedbacks over business reforms implemented by the government. One-on-one meetings with companies which had specific issues were conducted.
 
CMD, IDCO Sanjay Kumar Singh, MD, IPICOL, Nitin Jawale, Director of Industries Pranab Jyoti Nath, Collector, Koraput,  K Sudarshan Chakravarthy and Collector, Angul Manoj Kumar Mohanty were present.
 
Senior officials from State Level Facilitation Cell (SLFC), Odisha State Pollution Control Board, Directorate of Factories & Boilers, Department of Water Resource, Department of Energy, Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Directorate of Industries, EIC Electricals, senior officials from IPICOL and IDCO, were also present.
 


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