SRINAGAR: A delegation of the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Trade (KCCI) met Lt Governor Shri Manoj Sinha in Jammu to debate urgent points confronted by the enterprise neighborhood. Additionally they handed over a memorandum highlighting key issues. The assembly happened in Jammu on Thursday.
One of many major sectors mentioned was Tourism, the place the delay in renewing Tourism Registration Licenses for numerous institutions similar to lodges, visitor homes, eating places, and houseboats was addressed. The absence of a Single Window system, non-compliance with Ease of Doing Enterprise norms, and a number of NOCs have been recognized as main hurdles, demanding pressing consideration.
Issues in regards to the deteriorating infrastructure within the hospitality sector, notably the non-issuance of permissions for repairs, renovation, and reconstruction of lodges in outstanding vacationer locations like Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonamarg, and Srinagar, have been additionally raised. The KCCI emphasised the necessity to improve these properties to fulfill fashionable facilities and services.
Within the realm of Trade, the KCCI sought the Lieutenant governor’s intervention within the implementation of Industrial Insurance policies, urging him to deal with numerous industry-related points.
The assembly additionally delved into the Schooling Sector, with discussions on the tagging of 125 JKBOSE-affiliated non-public colleges with authorities colleges throughout Jammu and Kashmir. The KCCI proposed a one-year extension for these colleges to adjust to required compliances, considering the influence on hundreds of workers and college students.
Moreover, the standardisation of JKBOSE books in step with NEP-2020 was highlighted as a difficulty affecting non-public publishers, representatives, booksellers, and quite a few households. The KCCI instructed a two-year moratorium to allow stakeholders to handle the numerous capital concerned.
Banking Points have been additionally a focus, because the KCCI emphasised the pressing want for saying an uncapped and longer interval legitimate One Time Settlement (OTS) Scheme by the Jammu & Kashmir Financial institution. The proposed scheme would profit each the banks and debtors, selling the restoration of funds and regularization of borrower accounts.
The KCCI additionally advocated for a Energy Amnesty to Industrial Energy Shoppers, searching for an announcement much like the amnesty granted to home customers.
Lt Governor Manoj Sinha assured the KCCI group that the raised points can be given due consideration. He acknowledged the significance of addressing these issues and expressed his dedication to fostering a constructive enterprise atmosphere. The President of KCCI thanked the Lt. Governor for his time and the chance to current these crucial trade-related points
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