Jharkhand is a land of immense natural wealth, with 40% of the country’s mineral resources residing in the state.
5th rank in Ease of Doing Business among Indian states.
No.1 producer of iron ore, coal, uranium, mica.
20-25% of India's steel comes from Jharkhand.
US$ 1.2bn value of exports during 2019-20.
1st rank in labor reforms, inspection compliance.
US$40.8bn GSDP recorded during fiscal 2018-19.
of India's mineral reserves drive mining and industrial activities
mega industries, 106 large and medium industries, 18,109 MSEs in the state
With an annual output of 1,200 tonnes, the state accounts for more than 60% of India's total Tasar silk production.
allotted for three years to irrigate 19,604 ha of land in Jharkhand and Bihar to maximize agri and horticulture potential.
auto ancillary and auto component units are present in Jamshedpur and Adityapur auto clusters.
of the world's total commercial energy output is consumed by Jharkhand, or the world's 5th largest consumer.
Jharkhand has been known since decades for its automobile and auto component industry. The policy is aimed at creating favorable atmosphere for setting-up of automobile and auto-component manufacturing units in the state through creation of infrastructure facilities, skilled manpower, encouragement of capital investment and technology up-gradation, development of marketing network, development promotion, grants and concessions
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Adani Group has committed an investment of US$3b in the state, including a 1600MW power project
Tata Group has operated in the state since 1907 - the birthplace of Tata Steel
Timken, an US engineering company, manufactures and supplies out of Jamshedpur
RSB Transmissions, a supplier of earth moving machinery, operates out of Jamshedpur
ACC operates a cement grinding plant out of Sindri, Jharkhand
Mega Food Park in Ranchi, under the Mega Food Parks Scheme is spread across 23 ha
Industrial Park at Devipur, Deoghar under PPP mode, spread over 221 ha of land
Software Technology Park of India (STPI) at Ranchi, Adityapur, Bokaro, Dhanbad and Deoghar.
Amritsar Kolkata Industrial Corridor passes through Jharkhand, crossing Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor
Smart Cities Mission has identified Ranchi for sustainable urban development
built on river Ganga at Sahibganj, opening up industries of Jharkhand and Bihar to global market
The Mission will facilitate the inclusion of water pipelines in 100% of houses by 2023-24.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments