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Narendra Modi Inaugurate Rajasthan Summit On Nov 19

by RajasthanDirect
Oct 30, 2015

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the two-day Resurgent Rajasthan Partnership Summit here on November 19

Several union ministers such as Nitin Gadkari, Nirmala Sitharaman, Kalraj Mishra and Rajiv Pratap Rudy, among others, will also attend the summit, he added.

The first day of the event will witness eight sectoral sessions along with two country-specific sessions.

While the focus country sessions will be on Japan and Singapore, the parallel sectoral sessions will stress on the thrust sectors of Rajasthan and would be centered on various themes.

The themes include Smart Cities & Highways; Make in India: Skilling Rajasthan; Leveraging tourism for sustainable development; Auto and ESDM sector; Agriculture and Food Processing; Regulatory Reforms; Sustainable Mining and Transforming Healthcare Delivery in Rajasthan.

Prominent industrialists who would be attending the summit include Kiran Mazumdar Shaw of Biocon, Arun Nanda of Mahindra & Mahindra, Mohandas Pai of Manipal Global, Sunil Kant Munjal of Hero Moto Corp, Ajay S Shriram of DCM Shriram, Manish Sabharwal of TeamLease, Vijay K Thadani of NIIT, Shobana Kamineni of Apollo Hospitals.

Besides, S N Eisenhower of Saint-Gobain Glass India, Tom Albanese of Vedanta Resources, Rakesh Bharti Mittal of Field Fresh Foods, Vipin Sondhi of JCB India Ltd, Katsushi Inoue of Honda Cars, among others, will participate in the event.

The second day of the summit will be dedicated to MSME conclave. The keynote address will be delivered by MSME Secretary Anup Pujari.

The session will see discussions on topics such as Comparative Advantages of Investing in Rajasthan, Immense potential of handicrafts exports from Rajasthan and access to marketing, among others.

Industrialists such as Jayant Davar of Sandhar Technologies, Dileep Baid of Dileep Industries and O P Mittal of Laghu Udyog Bharti will also speak on the occasion.

Source from : news.statetime

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