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Paper Title :
Complementing the Robust Roadmap of Jharkhand Through Jharkhand Corporate Social Responsibility Council (JCSRC)

Author :Jannes Punita

Article Citation :Jannes Punita , (2017 ) " Complementing the Robust Roadmap of Jharkhand Through Jharkhand Corporate Social Responsibility Council (JCSRC) " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 20-24, Volume-3,Issue-6

Abstract : Political stability and responsive policymaking have been the vanguard of Jharkhand’s rejigged business environment. Jharkhand, in a sense, is the backbone of the Make in India mission, since it holds 40 per cent of India’s natural mineral wealth and is on track to become the country’s power hub by 2019. It is the most investment-ready state with crystal-clear vision and a robust roadmap. Jharkhand state is ranked third in terms of mineral production in India, backed by the fact that it is the in situ repository of 40 percent of the country’s mineral wealth. The mining sector continues to hold its status of high potential for lucrative investments. Investment projects include a Gems and Jewellery Park at Ranchi, Aluminium Park at Muri and Latehar, Ceramic Park at Dhanbad, Sahebganj and Deoghar, Steel Park at Kharsawan and Jamshedpur. A bright future awaits for Jharkhand. The huge business opportunities available in the state’s primary sectors of growth are automobiles and ancillary units; energy infrastructure; electronic systems design and manufacturing (ESDM); agriculture, food and food processing; forests and environment; healthcare and medical education; industrial infrastructure; mines and minerals; education and skill development; smart cities; textiles and tourism. The automobile ancillaries, precision, electronically and computer operated machine tools and farm equipment industries industry in Jharkhand has enormous potential for employment generation. Despite all above favorable scenario the reality of common folks living condition in Jharkhand is in pity state or we can say the State is rich, but people are still poor. Index terms- CSR, Education, Jharkhand Corporate Social Responsibility Council, Health

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