J&K brings registration of new industrial units under PSGA

Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar, June 11: The Jammu and Kashmir government has brought registration of new industrial units under the Public Services Guarantee Act (PSGA), making it mandatory to issue registration certificates within 15 days.

"With a view to register new industrial units of entrepreneurs within the specified time frame and facilitate faster industrialisation in the state, three important services of the Industries and Commerce Department have been brought under the ambit of Public Services Guarantee Act (PSGA) 2011," state's Industries Minister Sajad Ahmad Kichloo said here yesterday.

The single window clearance mechanism is also being revitalised to ensure faster clearance of cases regarding setting up of new industrial ventures on fast track basis, Kichloo said.

The Minister said issuance of no demand certificate for the purpose of employment within stipulated time frame of five days has also been brought under the PSGA.

He said registration of new industrial units within five days after submitting application along with required documents has also been brought under the PSGA.

The general managers of the concerned District Industries Centres have been nominated as designated officers to provide these services.

Likewise, formal registration of new industrial unit is to be issued by a designated officer within 15 days, the Minister said, adding that the check list for attaching documents with the application for having these services has already been notified.

The PSGA provides for imposing a fine of Rs 250 to Rs 5,000 on such designated officer found responsible for not providing the services to the eligible persons within the stipulated time frame.


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