Based on the recent techno-economic developments in the EV sector and the ecotechnological enthusiastic adoption of electric vehicles by the citizens of Bihar, the State Government formulates “Bihar Electric Vehicle Policy, 2023” for the promotion of electric vehicles and EV charging stations.

The Bihar government approved Bihar Biofuels Production Promotion Policy, 2023, which will pave the way for production of compressed biogas (CBG) apart from ethanol in the state.

The Bihar Health Department has issued the notification of Bihar Epidemic Diseases Covid-19 Rules 2023 regarding effective control over Bihar Epidemic Covid-19. In the new rules, the responsibility of all the hospitals from the state level to the district level has been fixed for its control.

The minister of Bihar State Industries, launched the Ethanol Production Promotion Policy, 2021 on March 19, 2021. After the approval of the policy by the state cabinet, Bihar became the first state in India to have an ethanol promotion policy under the National Policy of Biofuels, 2018.

The Bihar government presented its 14th Economic Survey 2019-20 in the Assembly. With an average of over 10% growth, Bihar has registered higher growth than the growth rate of India in the last three years. The per capita GSDP (Gross State Domestic Product) of Bihar was ₹47,541 at current prices and ₹33,629 at constant prices.

With an objective to tap the potential of new and renewable sources of energy in Bihar, the state cabinet approved Bihar Policy for promotion of New and Renewable Energy Sources -2017 with a target to generate 2,969 MW of solar energy by 2022 in the state.

An Act to provide for facilitating the promotion and development of investment in Bihar and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

The Government of Bihar is committed for the inclusive economic development of the State. Though the state is primarily an agrarian state but contribution of secondary sector i.e. industries, in inclusive economic development of the state is of equal importance and therefore can't be ignored.

The state cabinet gave its nod to the “Bihar Building Byelaws 2014” to regulate construction activities in the state, paving the way for clearance of maps of multi-storied structures pending for the past two years. Sharing the details of the state’s first building byelaws, cabinet secretariat department’s principal secretary B.

Available evidence shows that there is high probability of increase in the frequency and intensity of climate related natural hazards due to climate change and hence increase in