CM inaugurates Jharniyojan portal for youth of State
With the objective of providing employment opportunities to the unemployed youths of the state at the local level, the “Employment of Local Candidates Act 2021 in the Private Sector of Jharkhand State” has been passed by the Government of Jharkhand, and according to the notification of the rules related to the implementation of the Act. After this, this Act is effective from 12 September 2022 in the entire state of Jharkhand. This Act applies to all such establishments which are in the private sector and where 10 or more than 10 people are working. All such establishments have to register themselves on this portal. From the date of effect of the Act, if any vacancy is removed by all the establishments to which this Act applies, 75 per cent local (Jharkhand) will have to be appointed in the appointment of posts up to Rs 40,000 salary. The youth of Jharkhand who want to take advantage of this act will have to register on the employment portal.
The extension of the Act/Rules will be applicable to any person employing 10 or more than 10 persons or such institution as may be notified by the Government from time to time in the entire state of Jharkhand. This will not include Central Government or State Government Undertakings, but the provisions of this Act will be applicable to the organization providing outsourced service to Central Government or State Government establishments/undertakings.
Every employer will register himself on the Jharniyojan portal and within 30 days will enter the details of employees getting salaries up to Rs 40,000 in the portal.
Under the aforesaid Act / Rule, the new employer starting each new project 30 days before the commencement of the project, the authorized officer (District Planning Officer / Planning Officer of the concerned district declared for the purpose of implementation of this Act / Rule) The requirement of the required number of employees will have to be submitted, clearly indicating the number of employees coming under it along with the required skills.
5th ASEAN-India Business Summit 2023
The 5th Asean-India Business Summit took place on 6 March 2023 in Kuala Lumpur. Speakers and participants from Asean and India convened to discuss how business linkages, connectivity and supply chain resilience can be enhanced through deeper ASEAN-India cooperation. The Minister of State for Electronics & Information Technology addresses the 5th ASEAN-India Business summit.
It is being held as part of the ASEAN-India Year of Friendship to commemorate the more than three-decade-long engagement between India and the 10-member bloc in Kuala Lumpur.
Govt process of eviction, sale of Rs 1 lakh crore enemy properties starts
The Union Home Ministry has started the process for eviction and sale of enemy properties, the immovable assets left behind by people who have taken citizenship of Pakistan and China.
There are a total of 12,611 establishments called enemy property, roughly estimated to be worth over Rs 1 lakh crore, in the country.
The enemy properties are vested with the Custodian of Enemy Property for India (CEPI), an authority created under the Enemy Property Act.
According to a Home ministry notification, the guidelines for disposal of the enemy properties have been changed under which the process for eviction of enemy properties now shall be initiated with the help of the District Magistrate or Deputy Commissioner concerned before the sale of properties.
Those enemy properties having valuation of Rs one crore and below Rs 100 crore, shall be disposed of by the CEPI through e-auction or otherwise as may be decided by the central government and at the rate determined by the Enemy Property Disposal Committee. The e-auction platform of public enterprise, the Metal Scrap Trade Corporation Limited, shall be used by the CEPI for e-auction of enemy properties.
The government has earned over Rs 3,400 crore from disposal of enemy properties, mostly movable assets like shares and gold.
The highest number of enemy properties were found in Uttar Pradesh (6,255 properties), followed by West Bengal (4,088 properties), Delhi (659), Goa (295), Maharashtra (208), Telangana (158), Gujarat (151), Tripura (105), Bihar (94), Madhya Pradesh (94), Chhattisgarh (78) and Haryana (71).
Seven PM MITRA (Pradhan Mantri Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel) Park sites announced
Seven sites were chosen out of 18 proposals for PM MITRA parks which were received from 13 States.
The Parks will come up in Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
These are aimed at helping India to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 9: “Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation”
It will offer the opportunity to create an Integrated Textiles Value Chain right from spinning, weaving, processing/dyeing and printing to garment manufacturing etc. at one location and will reduce the logistics cost of the Industry.
A Special Purpose Vehicle owned by the Centre and State Government will be set up for each park which will oversee the implementation of the project.
National Steel Policy
The crude steel capacity of the country has increased from 137.97 million tonnes (MT) in 2017-18 to 154.06 MT in 2021-22 and is envisaged to reach 300 MT by 2030-31. The production capacity of 300 MT shall be achieved by the private and public sectors expanding their production capacities. National Steel Policy, 2017 aims to provide the conducive environment for attaining this objective by providing policy support and guidance to steel producers.
No specific fund has been allocated for Mission Purvodaya in last three years.
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