Industrial Park Ratings System

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  • The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has released the Industrial Park Ratings System Report.
  • The IPRS pilot exercise was launched in 2018 with an objective of enhancing industrial infrastructure competitiveness and supporting policy development for enabling industrialization across the country.
  • The IPRS report is an extension of the India Industrial Land Bank which features more than 4,400 industrial parks in a GIS-enabled database.
  • It seeks to help investors identify their preferred location for investment. 
  • These ratings are assigned on the basis of key existing parameters and infrastructure facilities etc.
  • 41 Industrial Parks have been assessed as “Leaders” in the Industrial Park Ratings System Report released by DPIIT.
  • 90 Industrial Parks have been rated as under the Challenger category while 185 have been rated as under “Aspirers”.

Source : PIB

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