Chemicals and Fertilizers Union Minister, Jagat Prakash Nadda and MoS Anupriya Patel mention the 100-day initiative under which they focus on making necessary changes in the industry. The Chemicals Industry of India is Asia’s third-largest industry. Apart from that, it is the world’s sixth-largest industry. Union Minister, Nadda, mentioned that they planned to make Viksit Bharat by 2047. However, there are a lot of things that still matter and need a change. Let us explore more below.

Chemical Minister JP Nadda On Achieving The 100 Days Agenda Here's Key Targets

Chemicals Minister Nadda To Focus On 100 Days Agenda

Chemicals Minister Nadda is taking care of the 100-day agenda. The Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers will emphasize increasing India’s position in the global chemical industry even more. The council will put all its efforts into mere two things. The first one is skill training and the second is increasing exports. The chemical industry is one of the core industries. It plays a crucial role in the development and economic growth of the country. Taking care of these needs, Union Minister, Nadda, is also positive about the growth of the industry in the next five years. They are planning to strengthen the beneficiary scheme for the PSU. Let us explore more about the skill training and increasing exports below.

Jagat Prakash Nadda wants to focus on the training. The more people are experienced in the field, the more will the industry grow. The employees and labour skills play a crucial role. The best thing is that the youth is becoming aware of the power of having skills in today’s generation. Thus, they focus on building their portfolio first. The emphasis will be on providing certificates to those having an interest in learning. There will be more certificate-based learning systems. Let us dive deep into the exports.

Exports are the best way to make the country more developed. With the exports being more than the imports, the country moves towards becoming a developed nation. The government will focus on making the country developed. The need of the hour is to increase the exports. Thus, the government is taking initiatives to make in India and exporting to other countries. Apart from that, the unwanted imports will be reduced. It will help to focus more on exporting. The resources will have their utilisation in the right way. The chemicals and petrochemicals industry will grow more and expects to have more than double growth in the coming years. Stay tuned for more information on our website.

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