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Rajasthan is located in between the northern and western frontiers of India. This strategic location of Rajasthan provides easy access to the consumer markets on both sides. So, it is fast emerging as one of the prominent destinations in India. The advantages of investing in Rajasthan are numerous because the government has provided many financial benefits to attract investors in the state in sectors, such as IT and Tourism. The Mining, Minerals, Oil, Gas, and Electricity generation sectors also offer possibilities.

Rajasthan is flanked by the Aravali hills. Parts of Rajasthan, namely the northwestern and western parts, consist of arid deserts and are not very inhabitable. The rest of Rajasthan attracts many foreign tourists every year. The huge palaces and forts of Rajasthan have proven to be major tourist attractions.
Investment in Rajasthan
With a visionary industrial policy and an efficient and transparent administrative framework for speedy clearances to projects, Rajasthan has in recent years emerged as one of the top and advantageous investment destinations in India.Broadly the advantages of investing in this state lies in its vast supportive infrastructure, rich natural resources and a competent talent pool. Riding on these it has already become a hub for a host of industries, attracting both domestic and global players. And the potential is growing every day.
The state government is both well aware and responsive to the demands of the 21st century – infrastructure development, rapid industrialisation, employment generation and providing basic amenities to the 6.86 crore people it serves. It is also well connected with both the national capital New Delhi and commercial hub Mumbai, with easy access to major ports on the west coast. It also has easy access to northern, central and western markets in the country. Rajasthan is crucially placed and poised to become one of the most industrialized states in the times to come. This vision has given birth to many landmark schemes, notably the Single Window Clearance System, which speeds up clearances and approvals to make it attractive for investors. The Single window system does away with unnecessary bureaucratic controls over approvals, while assuring speedy clearances to projects with transparency and accountability. To ensure that the system was put in place properly, it was enacted through legislation termed the Single Window Act.

It has an online system which allows entrepreneurs, businessmen or industrialists to view the status of their applications. The Rajasthan Investment Promotion Scheme 2010, popularly called RIPS, supplements the larger RIIPP with a package of financial incentives for state enterprises. The future potential looks equally bright, if not brighter. Under the National Manufacturing Policy of the government of India, it has been proposed to set up National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZs). These will have state-of-the-art infrastructure, land use on the basis of zoning, clean and energy-efficient technologies, as also necessary social and institutional infrastructure to provide a productive environment to people transitioning from primary to the secondary and tertiary sectors. Among the seven such NIMZs approved thus far, one has been earmarked for Rajasthan -- the Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana Investment Region. Spread over 150 sq km, it will be executed through a Special Purpose Vehicle, with potential Japanese backing.
But perhaps one of the biggest advantages which investors in Rajasthan have is related to its future. The state is strategically located along the Delhi-Mumbai section of the Golden Quadrilateral highway project, the proposed Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). Of the dedicated freight corridor – covering Uttar Pradesh, the National Capital Territory of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra – nearly 1,500 km passes through Rajasthan, accounting for the largest share of 39 percent. The state government has provided for two major junctions at Marwar and Phulera, offering high-speed, high-load connectivity for movement of freight.The zone all along this corridor will be developed as an industrial corridor all the way to Mumbai. For Rajasthan this zone, will cover nearly 60 percent of its population and has a potential of billions of dollars of investment along with rapid growth.

Rajasthan has access to 46% of DMIC. It falls within major districts of Jaipur, Alwar, Kota and Bhilwara. The DMIC will provide high quality environment with state of the art infrastructure for new investors. The infrastructure includes creation of a Greenfield Integrated Township with a Knowledge City in the Khushkheda-Bhiwadi-Neemrana belt and a Greenfield international airport for passengers and cargo with a integrated logistics and warehousing hub. Work on the DMIC project has already commenced with RIICO having started the process for acquisition of 1,506 hectares of land in Alwar district.

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