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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will today inaugurate one of his government's most ambitious projects - a start-up fund for promoting micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) within the state.
The policy aims at the state-centric 'Make in UP' project, in alignment with the Centre's flagship 'Make in India' mission.
Attributing to this, the Noida Authority has reserved 10 plots for the start-ups and 33 per cent for the expansion of existing industries.
Under the scheme, the authority has introduced a special payment option for the successful allottees of industrial plots.
This scheme will be continued till September 22 this year and will also promote the Ease of Doing Business by young entrepreneurs.