JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
8. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
8.1 There will be huge requirement of
technical manpower in the State by upcoming industries. Therefore, special
efforts will be made on promoting new technical institutions, upgrading
existing ones and enhancing industry – institution linkages.
8.2 There are
over half a dozen well established engineering colleges in the State
imparting technical education in almost all the important branches of
engineering and an equal number of engineering colleges is in initial
stages of stabilization. Similarly, there are 13 government polytechnics in
the State and steps have been initiated to establish 17 more such
polytechnics. Mini Tool Rooms under Mini Tool Room Schemes of Government of
India have been established at Ranchi and Dumka.
Technical University is being set up and Private University Act is in the
8.3 The State
Government is willing to transfer existing and upcoming engineering
colleges / polytechnics /ITIs to competent educational / Industrial Groups
for managing these under PPP mode so that the requirements of qualified and
skilled manpower of industries being set up in Jharkhand are easily met.
this scheme, it is proposed to transfer all the existing buildings,
laboratories, workshops, equipments etc to entrepreneurs so that the
upgradation of the Institute is facilitated without any hassle within the
shortest possible time.
8.4 To facilitate
the setting up of technical / educational institutions under private sector
the Govt. proposes to provide land for such institution to willing
investors. In case of non-availability of Govt. land the agency setting up the institution will be
reimbursed 50% of the cost of land at the rate fixed by the Govt. for
that particular area. Efforts will also be made to provide necessary
infrastructure support to such institutions.
organisations / investors setting up Medical Colleges, Private Universities
(with atleast 30% of total intake for professional Job oriented courses),
Engineering Colleges in the State, and adhering to the established norms of
their respective National bodies eg. MCI / AICTE etc will have the status
of Industries. These institutions must reserve 25% seats for admission to
the students of the State who are residents of the State as per norms
stipulated by Personnel Deptt. of Government of Jharkhand for educational
Institutes. These organisations will, however, not be entitled to any
financial incentives under this policy but will be able to avail facilities
provided by the concerned Deptt. of the State Government.
8.6 The concerned
Department such as Science and Technology, Human Resources Development,
Health may bring out detailed and separate guidelines for the
implementation of their proposals.