DIPP releases reform ranking parameters
The states have to implement these reforms latest by October 31. These reforms have been classified under regulatory processes, policies, practices and procedures, spread across 12 areas. These are labour regulation enablers, contract enforcement, registering property, inspection reform enablers, single window system, land availability and allotment, construction permit and environmental registration among others.
This year there are 103 reforms out of 405 focusses on central inspection system, online land allotment system, online single window system for granting construction permits and registration under Inter State Migrant Workmen (RE&CS) Act, 1979. The reform parameters, this year, also include two new sectors of healthcare and hospitality, the DIPP said in a statement.
DIPP said it will carry out business-to-government (B2G) feedback exercise this year, whereby feedback will be taken from businesses on the quality of implementation of the reforms claimed by the states and union territories.
“The feedback scores will be used to generate a ranking of States/UTs in terms of reform implementation. Such a ranking will be different from the last year’s ranking, which was a ranking of de jure reforms (or reforms based on evidence submitted by states),” the DIPP said.
The online portal shall soon be enabled to allow states/UTs to upload the reforms implemented along with the evidence.
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