A noteworthy fall in Covid-19 cases has encouraged Gujarat government to organise the 10th edition of Vibrant Gujarat Summit – an event to attract investments in January 2022.
As per the sources, the newly sworn-in chief minister Bhupendra Patel is all set to organise the event next year. Moreover, he has also given verbal invitations to consulate generals of the US, Denmark, Uganda and Israel to participate in the high-profile event.
An investment of Rs 8,500 crore will be made under the Meghmani Organic Project in Rajula, Amreli. Apart from that, Meghmani Fintech will invest Rs 600 crore in dowry in which 700 people will get direct employment. The IOC will invest Rs 1,595 crore which will provide employment to 5,760 people.
The Vibrant Summit could not be held in 2021 due to Corona. Now that the government has started preparations for holding the Vibrant Summit in 2022, the summit will launch a roadmap for the next ten years in the field of higher education.
The work of making this road map has been entrusted to the core committee appointed by the Chancellor of the University. After the central government has implemented the new education policy, now the government has started planning for its speedy implementation in Gujarat.
Earlier, seven to eight road shows were held during the Vibrant Summit and one team went abroad for road shows at short intervals throughout the month. While this time the three teams will go to the foreign road show simultaneously from November 22 to 26. The businessmen will accompany the team of Principal Secretary JP Gupta to USA.
In addition, the other team will hold investment road shows in Japan and Korea which will be led by Anju Sharma, Principal Secretary, Department of Labor and Employment. Rural Development Commissioner Sonal Mishra’s team will travel to Germany, France and the Netherlands.