Ease of doing business in Ludhiana
Business first portal to ensure NOCs to businessmen in 15 days
Ludhiana: The district administration on Monday, issued the first In-Principle Approval certificate (NOC) under the Punjab Right to Business Act, 2020.
Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma issued the In-Principle Approval to entrepreneur Inderjit Singh Sohal for the project named Harisar Industrial Corporation Unit No II for setting up a new unit for manufacturing for plywood and laminate products.
Highlighting the features of the Act, Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma said, “Under this Act, all the NOCs related to setting up a new enterprise will be completed within three days in case of proposed unit being located in focal point/Industrial area/industrial park & within 15 days outside approved area after submitting an application on the Business First Portal. All formalities and NOCs related to the new business/startups will be awarded through this single-window in a stipulated time.”
Deputy Commissioner added that the department of Industries and Commerce had taken the new initiative to promote business in the state besides providing ease of doing business with the required approvals.
He said the first In-Principle approval under Right to Business Act had been given to the entrepreneur within 12 days from the date of application through a single-window business first portal.