Entrepreneurs should adopt one ITI, sponsor & associate it with their industry – Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala
Deputy CM was speaking in the program of entrepreneur organization named ‘EO Gurgaon’ in Gurugram
Deputy CM asked the young entrepreneurs to come up with new and innovative ideas, assured them of government help
Chandigarh, August 22 – Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Sh Dushyant Chautala today said that entrepreneurs should adopt one ITI, sponsor it and associate it with their industry. There they can train the man power required for their industry. By doing this, youth will get employment opportunities and industries will get man power at the local level according to their need.
Deputy CM Shri Dushyant Chautala was interacting with the members of entrepreneur organization named ‘EO Gurgaon’ in Gurugram. It was informed in the program that this organization comprises of entrepreneurs from 40 different fields and about 80000 personnel are employed in their units. The organization has 106 members.
The members of the entrepreneurial organization interacted with the Deputy CM on many topics and also asked him questions related to his personal life experiences concerning political responsibilities. Sh. Chautala told the young entrepreneurs that they should come up with new and innovative ideas, the state government would help them fully. He said that the industry had contributed a lot in providing oxygen cylinders at the time of Corona and now after the end of the Covid-19 era, the industry has to grow. Urging the entrepreneurs to adopt an ITI in the state, he said that we can bring machinery but trainers are not available. Machines become outdated in industry in 2 years, which they can send to the adopted ITI or Polytechnic and train the local youth. He said that there are many alternative areas which need to be thought of and youth should be trained in them. Giving examples, the Deputy Chief Minister said that there is a shortage of technicians to connect the high-tension wires of electricity. With the help of Shri Vishwakarma Skill University, we got 20 persons trained in this field and today they are earning 90000 rupees each. He told the entrepreneurs that the area of NCR region is being reduced in the state, after which the restrictions imposed in the areas outside the NCR will also be reduced and entrepreneurs can set up their units in those areas. He also mentioned the government’s Padma scheme and said that to promote industrialization, different clusters have been formed in the state, in which incentives are also being given by the government to those who set up industries there.
Replying to a question, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that we have implemented a new policy by removing the flaws in the Haryana Entrepreneur Promotion Policy(HEPP), as a result of which an investment of Rs 28000 crore was made in Haryana in last two years. Most of this investment has been made in the mother units. Ancillary units related to these mother units will also come up and this will also give boost to the real estate sector. He informed that many big companies including Maruti Suzuki India Limited, JBN, ATL, Flipkart, Aditya Birla Group are investing in the state. At the same time, he informed that four different policies including startup, e-vehicle policy etc. have been made in the state so that industries can be promoted. He said that the aero defence sector would also come in Haryana, no one had ever thought of it. Now with the coming up of the country’s largest airport in Hisar, the probability of aero defense sector coming there becomes strong. By the end of next year, four to five big companies related to global cargo are going to come to the state. He said that Hisar airport would be connected with Delhi airport after which the movement of cargo would become smooth.
Replying to another question, the Deputy CM said that Kharkhoda is going to become the second important thrust area of the state from the point of view of industrialization. He said that when Maruti came to Gurugram, no one thought that Gurugram would reach this level of progress. After this, Manesar was developed industrially in 2003. He said that good work is being done in Haryana in manufacturing, but apart from this, alternative industries like medicine, IT and ITeS, service industry etc. have a lot of scope in Haryana.
Replying to another question, Sh. Chautala said that Global City will be developed on Dwarka Expressway in Gurugram, which is a 1000-acre project. It will be the largest global city of its kind in the world. He further said that work is underway on Metro expansion in Gurugram and we have held two meetings in this regard in the last 4 months. There are plans to provide Metro connectivity to Manesar via Global City by connecting Delhi’s Bijwasan to HUDA City Center in Gurugram.