The State of Jammu and Kashmir aims to protect the aesthetic landscapes in the State by regulating tourism in an ecologically sustainable manner, and to provide livelihood opportunities to the local communities through ecotourism.

The new State Industrial Policy-2016 aims to attract substantial investment in industry for production of goods and services and employment generation through optimal utilization of the available resources including human resources.

The plan document envisages the accurate assessment of risk and vulnerability to disasters in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. A significant thematic component will be the mainstreaming of disaster management concerns in development plans/projects/ and programmes.

With ‘unsatisfactory’ growth, the industrial sector in Jammu and Kashmir is in constant decline leaving the state much behind the rest of India in industrialization says the Economic survey 2013-14 for Jammu and Kashmir prepared and released by the state government.

The State Agriculture Policy is aimed at developing a road map that will seek to actualize the vast untapped growth potential of the agriculture, promote value addition, accelerate the growth of agri-business, create employment in rural

The State Agriculture Policy is aimed at developing a road map that will seek to actualize the vast untapped growth potential of the agriculture, promote value addition, accelerate the growth of agri-business, create employment in rural

The State Government introduces the Solar Power Policy with the following objectives: Promoting generation of green and clean power in the state using solar energy; To meet the targets to be achieved countrywide under JNNSM; To put in place an appropriate investment climate, that could leverage the CDM; Productive use of the wastelands, thereby

This draft action plan on climate change reelased by the Jammu and Kashmir government seeks to develop, apply and diffuse technologies, practices and processes that control, reduce or prevent anthropogenic emissions of GHGs in sectors like water, energy, transport, industry, agriculture, etc.

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 197 of the Jammu
and Kashmir Water Resources (Regulation and Management) Act, 2010, the Government hereby make the following rules. These rules may be called the Jammu and Kashmir Water Resources (Regulation and Management), Rules , 2011. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Government Gazette.

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