The policy for the MSME is being redrafted to make it more attractive for local entrepreneurs so that they get more opportunities.
A new policy for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is being worked out in Uttarakhand to help around 1 thousand unemployed youth to become efficient entrepreneurs and provide them all facilities and incentives to start their ventures, the state government has said.
This announcement was made by chief minister Harish Rawat at a programme held recently to honour entrepreneurs who have done outstanding work in the MSME sector. Stating that the peaceful environment of Uttarakhand offers tremendous scope for investment, he said the policy for the MSME is being redrafted to make it more attractive for local entrepreneurs so that they get more opportunities.
Claiming that the state is all set to make a big leap in terms of investments in coming years, he said apart from the target of preparing 1000 youth as skilled entrepreneurs, a climate conducive to investments in eco-tourism, agriculture, floriculture and food processing sectors is also being prepared.