In UP i.e. Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi government is taking many important decisions in the public interest. The result of which will be seen soon. The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), which has taught the ministers and top officials of the Yogi government in 3 phases, 'Good Governance', has now set up a school for industrial development, which is the biggest challenge for the government. What has been achieved by the efforts so far and what concrete steps should be taken that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's goal of making the state's economy one trillion dollars be fulfilled. A two-day class of officers started on Monday on this 'course'.
Regarding this matter, the Yogi government claims that in the last 15 years, more investment did not come, than it has come in 2 and a half years. There is also a claim that infrastructure facilities have increased and entrepreneurs are satisfied with the new industrial policy. How many of these efforts of the government have flourished on the ground? What was the role of the officers of the Department of Industrial Development and how did this objective of the government be fully successful? For this discussion, IIM along with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has organized a 2-day workshop at the CII Bhavan, which was inaugurated by Industrial Development Minister Satish Mahana on Monday. In this, he gave a clear message to the officers that the officers should work with the government as teamwork. The claims of Ease of Doing, which the government and officers make, should come from the voice of entrepreneurs.
In his statement the Dean of IIM Prof. Sanjay Kumar Singh clearly said that the goal set by the Chief Minister to make the state's economy one trillion dollars is not so easy. It requires a lot of hard work. In this, the officers of the Department of Industries will have an important role. Kshitij Awasthi of IIM also shared sources. The Chief Executive Officer of UP Industrial Expressway Authority (UPDA) Avnish Kumar Awasthi, Industrial Development Commissioner Alok Tandon, Principal Secretary Industrial Development Alok Kumar and CII State Head Alok Shukla were also present at the inauguration ceremony. The officers were segregated into separate groups.