Steps afoot to improve ease of doing business ratings
KOLKATA. AUGUST 19:
As a part of its initiative to increase the ease of doing business, the Jharkhand government is planning to roll out a ₹25-crore scheme to make offices paperless.
The scheme will be carried out up to the district level. Jharkhand ranked third in the State-wise World Bank survey last year. The state stood first in labour regulations compliance.
A Cabinet decision in this regard will be taken within two weeks to entrust the work to PwC, according to Chief Minister Raghubar Das. He was in the city for a roadshow to attract investment. “The aim is to make every file and its approval process digital. Nextgen will be designing the software for the purpose,” Das said in an exclusive interview to BusinessLine.