EoDB to increase in future with minimum physical touch point

EoDB to increase in future with minimum physical touch point
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Directorate of I&C holds workshop on ‘J&K Single Window Act-2018’

JAMMU: Director, I&C, Jammu, Ravi Shankar Sharma on Thursday asked the officers of the department to facilitate young entrepreneurs to set up their enterprises by providing all necessary information and hand holding.
He stressed upon them to create a conducive environment for the entrepreneurs, in the present era of globalisation and technological advancement, so that the state emerges as ‘most sought after investment destination’ by the investors.
He was speaking during a daylong workshop on the ‘Single Window’ system organised at the Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Jawahar Lal Nehru Udyog Bhawan, Railhead Complex here on Thursday.
Sharma addressed the officers and threw light on the recently approved `J&K Single Window (Industrial Investment and Business Facilitation) Act-2018′, which has been recently approved by the State Administrative Council, an official handout read.
He informed that the enactment of the act was a part of the state’s flagship initiative of promoting ‘Ease of Doing Business’ aimed at making doing of business easier and facilitating a hassle-free business-friendly environment in the state.
“With the minimum physical touch point with official hierarchy and provision of deemed clearances, the ease of doing business in the state of Jammu and Kashmir will increase in future,” he added.
Experts, Vishal Moga of Ernst & Young and Incharge IT Cell SICOP, Vishal Mahajan imparted hands on training to the officers and briefed about the web portal for the single window system besides explaining the details of all services being provided at the single window portal from pre-establishment, pre-operation to renewals of an enterprise, read the handout.
The services of more than 12 departments had been brought at the doorsteps of people in online mode under a single umbrella, it read.
An interactive session was also held during the day-long workshop. Besides, discussions were also held on minimum physical intervention with official hierarchy and provision of deemed clearances in the bill and the manner in which it will improve the Ease of Doing Business in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, the handout added.