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Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project was approved by Union Cabinet of India in 2007. Later, the institutional and financial structure of the project was approved by the Government of India are the Scheme was launched in September, 2011. Further, NICDIT(National Industrial Corridor Development and Implementation Trust) under this Department was approved on 07/12...

During 12th Five year plan research was carried out under 3 major schemes viz. Raw Material and Product Development, Energy Conservation & Environmental Management and Infrastructure Development and Capacity Building Activities, Nine (9) sub activities were taken up under these major heads. The scheme was launched in Plan (2012-2017), with effect from April 2012....

Keeping in view of the recommendation of Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on cement industry, the thrust areas mentioned in the Working Group on cement industry for 12th plan, a total of 09 projects (02 ongoing from 12th Plan and 07 new) are proposed by NCCBM for 12th plan 2012-17. These projects are in the area of...

The Transport Subsidy Scheme was announced on 23.7.1971. The Scheme was introduced to develop industrialization in the remote, hilly and inaccessible areas by providing for subsidy in the transportation cost incurred by the industrial units so that they could stand competition with other similar industries, which are geographically located in better areas......

With the view to taking the project forward to the implementation stage, the Cabinet in its meeting held on 15th September, 2011 accorded approval for the financial and institutional structure and financial assistance for the development of industrial cities in the DMIC as follows:

  • Converting DMICDC from a private company to a deemed Government Company (where GoI...

MOUs SIGNED BY DMICDC WITH THE STATES

  • DMICDC has signed MoUs with all the six DMIC States detailed as follows: with the State Government of Gujarat on 25th July, 2008, with the Government of Madhya Pradesh on 26th August, 2008, with the Government of Haryana on 3rd October 2008, with the Government of Rajasthan on 20th February 2009, with the Government of...

APEX MONITORING AUTHORITY

  • Apex Monitoring Authority was set up on 11th September 2007 with the Finance Minister as Chairperson and seven Union Ministers, Dy. Chairperson, Planning Commission and Chief Ministers of six States as Members to give overall guidance, planning and approvals. Four more Union Ministers are Invitees. Similar monitoring mechanism is in place...

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