Assam FAQs

Our website contains all the relevant information such as the Advantage Assam brochure, detailed profiles of our Focus Sectors, Shelf of Investible Projects and the Industrial Policy. This information would enunciate the current industrial scenario and the investment opportunities which exist in the State.

The Assam Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) allocates land for various industries. All information on availability and allotment rates of industrial land can be obtained from AIDC. Assam has already created a land bank of over 4000* Acres for industrial use and has declared a stretch of around 160 sq km along a NH as Industrial Zone. Officers from AIDC will be happy to help you with more information.

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Industrial land is generally developed by AIDC with adequate water, power connection and approach road.

Process for Allotment of land commences once Combined Application Form is submitted on website. The website provides details of the entire process.

Govt. of Assam is in the process of notifying various sectoral policies on IT, Tourism, Handloom & Textiles, Food Processing, Sugar, Biotech etc. that will provide best in class incentives. Government will ensure that industries are adequately incentivized to set up operations in the State

Commissionerate of Industries is the nodal agency for reimbursement of all incentives. The timelines for incentive disbursement is mentioned on the website:

Assam Bureau of Investment Promotion (ABIP) is the apex body for all investor grievance redressal. It is headed by Hon’ble CM. Officials of AIDC/ Commissionerate Industries and Department of Industries & Commerce will aim to provide maximum facilitation to all investors.

The process starts with industrial units submitting the Combined Application Form is submitted on website. The website provides details of the entire process

MoU is a non-binding, non-legal document which formalizes an understanding between the investor and the State Government. The objective of the document is twofold- to elaborate the investor’s plan for investment and to ensure the State Government’s commitment for best possible facilitation.

No. But in the run-up to the Global Investors’ Summit, Government of Assam is entering into MOUs with prospective investors to capture their investment interest.

The Investment Cell under Department of industries & Commerce will facilitate grounding of all MOUs

Investment Cell will facilitate obtaining of all necessary pre-commencement approvals / clearances.

Yes, under the State Industrial Policy, MSMEs and Ancillary units are incentivized.

Assam has one IIT, one IIIT, 13 engineering colleges / universities (public & private sector including NIT) offering 21 graduate courses. The State has 21 polytechnics and 28 Industrial Training Institutes (ITI). Additionally, the State Government is working on skilling 10 lakh youth over the next 5 years in various disciplines.

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