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Goa State Policies

Industrial Policy of Goa

The selective approach to new industrial approval is the salient feature of the industrial policy of the state. The setting up of large and medium industries policy requires approval of high power coordination committee headed by the chief minister. The committee examines the type of unit proposed to be set up from the view point of environment and the existing infrastructure. This simplifies the process considerably and entrepreneurs need not pursue their goals with several departments.

The objective of new industrial policy of the government of Goa is to encourage setting up of industries which are non polluting and employment oriented. With the liberalization of economy, the new thrust areas in industrial growth are electronics and pharmaceuticals. In order to encourage setting up electronics industries, Goa state government has set up an electronic city in Verma Indl. estate. Another growth centre is proposed in Pernem in North Goa. Agrobased, food processing including fisheries, electronics, software development, telecommunication, bio technology, light engineering goods, wood carving, automotive parts etc. and industries having scope or backward and forward linkages and ancillarisation are encouraged. More thrust is given for tourism based industries and service industries. Pisciculture, floriculture, Tissue culture, Mushroom cultivation and processing etc. are also being encouraged in Goa state.

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Information Technology Policy of Goa, 2012

The vision of the state Government is to create a knowledge-based society through extensive use of Information Technology, paving a way for overall development. Enable Goa with an excellent IT infrastructure thus promoting ‘Brand Goa’ as an investment destination for IT industry and encourage IT entrepreneurship. The ultimate goal is to use IT as a medium for effective interaction between the Administration and the public so that exchange of information and access to government departments is speedy, transparent which would result in making e-Governance a successful endeavor. The policy document aims at ensuring a facilitative regime that explores and unleashes the energies of the private sector to create an environment in which IT Industry both existing and new can prosper.

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