Madhya Pradesh, IIM Indore sign MoU to help industries
Indore: The Madhya Pradesh government and Indian Institute of Management Indore on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding to help industries in the state do business smoothly.
The official said that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on behalf of Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation (MPIDC) by Principal Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion, Prof. Himanshu Rai, IIM Indore and Sanjay Shukla. Rai said that the MoU will help the industries to do business in the state easily, while Shukla said that this is an important step for the realization of self-reliant Madhya Pradesh.
The objective of the MoU is to conduct policy research on the existing industrial policy framework of the Government of Madhya Pradesh, from where existing industrial projects can be assessed. The brand focuses on the re-evaluation of Madhya Pradesh and designs a strategic promotional campaign to establish it as a “self-sufficient and prosperous Madhya Pradesh”. IIM Indore will also conduct studies to evaluate the parameters of ease and convenience of doing business in the state and will analyze and third-party verification of various schemes.
The objective of this collaboration is to ensure all necessary advisory support and management consultancy for the global and national summit organized by the Government of Madhya Pradesh and to find out how effective the Madhya Pradesh Government industries are for users with various web-portals in the media. Analysis help.
Under this MoU, which will be in force for three years, IIM Indore plans to conduct training sessions for senior officers and personnel of MPIDC. Simultaneously, the two entities look forward to defining new areas of cooperation, which will prove beneficial for both parties.