CM Harish Rawat Launched Four New Schemes in Uttarakhand

Uttrakhand’s Chief Minister Harish Rawat has launched four schemes of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Department (MSME). He launched these schemes on Thursday during a ceremony in Directorate of Industries. These schemes have been launched with an aim of promoting the industries in the state.

On this occasion, Chief Minister Rawat has launched the Handbook and UHHDC Website of ‘Is of Doing Business’ and Catalog of the Ringal & Copper products under the Brand Himadri of Industrial Departement.
The dates for the Assembly elections in Uttarakhand will be announced soon. The foundations and announcements about it in are continuing in the state.
Industrial Policy Changes:
Significantly new industrial policy has been formulated by the government to promote the industries in the state. CM Rawat appreciates the small and medium-grade companies in the ceremony held at the Directorate of Industries and said that industries are being developed in the state. Rawat said that the conditions are not favorable despite this,  the industries are booming, it’s a good thing.
On this occasion, Cabinet Minister Chandra Durgapal said that many entrepreneurs have come to light due to the state’s business Policy. In order to promote the women entrepreneurs and to give them incentives, 7 women entrepreneurs of the state were honored. Principal Secretary Manisha Panwar, Industrial Director  Arkrajesh Kumar, Industries Association President Pankaj Gupta, Industry Association Arun Naithani etc were present in the ceremony.
These Schemes were Launched:
Yuva Udyami Swrojgar Yojana: Youth who have not registered with employment exchanges and now they are willing to venture, they will be provided a loan.
Tharukboksa Avm Janjaati Mahila Uthaan Yojana: Under this scheme, the woman of the tribe will be provided employment opportunities through handloom. They will be linked to currency and other schemes.
Shilpi Pension Yojana: The artisan who are receiving the old-age pension, the industrial department will give them additional top-up of Rs.200 per month as an honor.
Katayi Bunayi Bunkar Mahila Yojana: The women interested in this plan will be provided training related to spinning, weaving as well as a loan for self-employment.
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