Chandigarh, Jan 28 (UNI) The Haryana Government has chalked out a proposal to set up economic hubs along the KMP (Kundri, Manesar, Palwal) Expressway for giving a boost to trade and industries in the state.
This proposal is part of the governments plan to implement a number of its ongoing projects on priority basis and to create necessary infrastructure facilities for the promotion of industries on large scale in the state.
An official spokesman of the Industries and Commerce Department said this plan also includes setting up a Central Institute of Plastic and Engineering Technology (CIPET) at Panipat with an investment of Rs 23 crore to train the youth in plastic and engineering technology. Work on this project has already commenced.
The spokesman said the National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management Project (NIFTEM) would be set up at Kundli in district Sonipat with an investment of about Rs 350 crore for which the Haryana State Industries and Infrastructure Development Corporation had offered 100 acres of land.
He also informed that the state government would also set up a National Automative Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NTRIP) at ITM Manesar with an investment of Rs 400 crore. The State had decided to provide 40 acres of land for this project.
Similarly, four new projects namely Industrial Model Township, Faridabad, Industrial Model Township, Rohtak, Industrial Model Township, Jagadhari and Industrial Model Township, Kharkhoda have also been initiated by the Government, he added.
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