Governance and Corporate Reforms

18 MAY,2020 | MEDC

 

  1. Government is working on a mission mode on the next phase of Ease of Doing Business Reforms relating to easy registration of property, fast disposal of commercial disputes and simpler tax regime for making India one of the easiest places for conducting business.
  2. Indian public companies will now be able to make a direct listing of their securities in permissible foreign jurisdictions. In strategic sectors, at least one enterprise will remain in the public sector, but private sector will also be allowed.
  3. Online education has received a big boost during Covid-19. The DIKSHA platform of the government has had 61 crore hits from March 24 till date.
  4. Government will allocate an additional Rs. 40,000 crore under MGNREGS. This will help migrant workers and also boost the rural economy through higher production.
  5. Increased investments in public health will be made on a sustained basis. Investments in grassroots health institutions will help ramp up Health and Wellness Centres in rural and urban areas.

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