Government Says States to be Ranked on Ease of Doing Business

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  1. Rowdy

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    New Delhi: The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) on Monday released a framework to assess and rank states in terms of ease of doing business, a move aimed at triggering competition among states to attract investment.

    The key objectives of the assessment are to assess the implementation of various factors enabling ease of doing business in a state; and to do a comparative study of various states with regards to the implementation status.

    The states will be ranked on the basis of various parameters which include setting up a business such as allotment of land and obtaining construction permit, complying with environment procedures, complying with labour regulations and obtaining infrastructure related utilities.

    DIPP shall also obtain inputs through a separate questionnaire from industry with regards to factors enabling ease of doing business in the state.

    "The ease or difficulty of doing business in a state is a function of the structures/ framework put in place by the state along with the implementation of the structure."

    "Institutionalisation of reforms through the structures will ensure manifestation of outcomes. In order to enhance the ease of doing business in various states in India, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), has initiated a study to assess states on reform parameters that are germane to ease of doing business," DIPP said.

    The Assessment Framework has been prepared as part of an annual exercise undertaken by DIPP to assess states on enabling ease of doing business.

    India is ranked 142 among 189 nations in the World Bank's ease of doing business 2015 study. With the exception of two parameters (getting credit and protecting minority investors), India does not feature in the top 100 in the remaining parameters.

    "India's overall ranking and the individual rankings in various parameters clearly show that India is in urgent need of reforms to unlock the huge economic potential of the nation. However, the reforms need to be initiated at various levels across Centre, State and local governments."

    "A coming together of bold and necessary reforms in various areas will herald an era of high value investments, infrastructure growth, job creation, skill development and economic prosperity," DIPP said.

    DIPP has also circulated a document with recommendations for states on aspects critical to enabling ease of doing business. The document highlighted good practices in various areas that need to be institutionalised for states to improve their investment eco-system.

    A study is now being carried out to assess the implementation of the recommendations by the states, it said.
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    I am sure West Bengal will end up at the bottom of the list and Mamata will end up shouting CHOKRANTO,CHOKRANTO
     
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    Delhi is giving tough competition bro............
     
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    Maximum Governance! :fyeah:

    (....and total traas these 30 namoonaas :doh:)
     
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    Delhi is still better with the police not under direct control of the state government.So you can at least be sure that the jholawalas cannot do gundagardi and dalali of lands.But in Bengal you can do anything under the banner of TMC and the police won't dare even to look at you.Here you need to eat TMC,sleep TMC,talk TMC and if you don't you are either modi's communal gundas or you are CPEM's maoist.
     
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    Awesome idea. I am sure leftist ***** will be fuming about how anti poor this is :biggrin2:
     
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    Along with it there should also be a incentive mechanism so that states increase their index.
    States with a higher ease of doing busines can get more grants and centre assistances...this will incentivice other states to perform well on this parameter.
     
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    Biggest incentive will be when a few states ( I predict MP/GUJ/RJ) use this ranking to market themselves and other states lose out :lol:
     
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    and MS (anyone else we left out?! :p)
     
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    Or, she will call them Maoists. :lol:
     
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