IDAN highlights investment opportunities in the State

IDAN highlights investment opportunities in the State
IDAN CEO, Alemtemshi Jamir speaking at the event in New Delhi.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/14/2019 12:52:48 PM IST

Investment and Development Authority of Nagaland (IDAN), Government of Nagaland led by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Alemtemshi Jamir held high level meetings with relevant industry stakeholders during the team’s recent trip to New Delhi to improve the existing investment scenario of the State.

A press release from IDAN project analyst, Kohima Nengshi Wati stated that at the meeting  with R.K Sharma, director-general, Federation of Indian Minerals Industry  (FIMI) and Skill Council for Mining Sector (SCMS), Jamir pointed out the necessity of drafting Minerals Policy to regulate and maximize output in the minerals reserve of State. 

IDAN also visited Invest India Haryana office, ranked number three in the Ease of Doing Business (EODB) in the country, and interacted with divisional commissioner, Ashok Sangwan to study the measures that have been taken by the Haryana Government for EODB.

In another important meeting with Dr. Didar Singh, ex-secretary general of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Jamir told the latter that immediate concerns for the State was to look into matters of minerals, infrastructure and skills development. 

Meanwhile, IDAN led by CEO Alemtemshi Jamir also attended the Japan Invest - North East India meet, Government of Nagaland as State Partner in association with Knowledge Partner, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASSOCHAM) and Conference Partner Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India (JCCII) on August 8. 

Jamir, who was the panellist in the inaugural session and also one of the speakers in the session, invited a “long partnership in perpetuity” and highlighted that the foremost requirement for Nagaland from Japanese investors as well as the Indian investors was infrastructure development of roads and highways, airways and railways. He also emphasized on the importance of Skills Development for the Naga youths and how with the right kind of training, Naga youths can be trained in various sectors. 



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