TCS, DLF Look For Govt Nod To Set Up IT SEZs In Haryana, Uttar Pradesh
Software firm TCS and realty major DLF have looked for government gesture to set up unique monetary zones (SEZ) for IT segment in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. These recommendations will be taken up by the Board of Approval, the most noteworthy dynamic body for SEZ, in its gathering on February 26 here. The between ecclesiastical body is led by the trade secretary.
TCS has proposed to set up an IT/ITeS SEZ at Noida in Uttar Pradesh in a territory of 19.9 hectares, as indicated by the motivation paper of the executive gathering.The all out proposed speculation for the venture is Rs 2,433.72 crore. Improvement Commissioner of Noida SEZ has prescribed the proposition for award of formal endorsement for setting up the zone.
Then again, DLF has proposed to set up two SEZs in Haryana. The proposed speculations for these undertakings are Rs 793.95 crore and Rs 761.54 crore. The solicitations of these two organizations have been set before the Board of Approval for thought, it said. SEZs are significant fare centers in the nation as the administration gives a few motivating forces and single-window leeway framework.
As on November 14, 2019, the administration has endorsed 417 such zones in the nation. Out of this, 238 zones are operational. Fares from these zones developed by about 14.5 percent to Rs 3.82 lakh crore in April-September 2019-20. It was Rs 7.02 lakh crore in whole 2018-19 money related year.