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Investments taking shape ahead of Rajasthan summit; 3k delegates may join

Around 2,000 people have got direct employment while conditions for indirect employment have been made

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The state government last month simplified the Rajasthan Minor Minerals Concession Rules

Anil Sharma Jaipur
The deals investors have signed in the mines sector ahead of the “Invest Rajasthan Summit” 2022 have started taking shape. The summit will be held here on October 7 and 8.

About 3,000 delegates from diverse industries are likely to participate in conclaves on tourism; micro, small, and medium enterprises; agribusinesses; start-ups; and future-ready sectors.

Additional Chief Secretary (Mines and Petroleum) Subodh Agrawal said Rs 3,057 crore had been invested in projects related to mines. Around 2,000 people have got direct employment while conditions for indirect employment have been made.

Agrawal has asked officers down to district level to monitor

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First Published: Sep 22 2022 | 5:10 PM IST

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