Jharkhand Waste Water Policy, 2017 is to ensure increase use of recycled water for other purposes apart from drinking, through the provision of appropriate technologies for water recycling and protection of environment.

Jharkhand is progressing fast on adopting best practices for making an investor friendly environment in the state to facilitate investments, employment generation and welfare of the people.

Government of Jharkhand is determined to promote the projects related to ICT & IT based communication system.

The Jharkhand Food Processing Industry Policy 2015 aims at creating favorable atmosphere for setting-up of Food Processing Units in the State through the creation of infrastructure facilities, encouragement of capital investment and technology up-gradation, development of marketing network, development promotion, grants and concessions.

In order to reduce the dependence on fossil fuel based generation, it is essential to explore all possible alternative sources of generation.

The tourism policy of the State aims at making Jharkhand as one of the most preferred destination for tourists, both inside and outside of the country and to ensure accelerated development of tourism related infrastructure, increasing employment opportunities, augmenting the resources of the State as also showcasing the rich cultural heritage an

The Jharkhand Food Processing Industry Policy 2015 aims at creating favorable atmosphere for setting-up of food processing units in the state through creation of infrastructure facilities, encouragement of capital investment and technology up-gradation, development of marketing network, development promotion, grants and concessions.

The Government of Jharkhand has recently notified draft for new solar policy. The new policy will be known as the Jharkhand State Solar Power Policy 2015. The new Policy will be in operation for five (5) years from the date of issuance and will remain operational till modified or superseded by a new policy.

Climate change is proving out to be one of the greatest challenges faced by the global community today. The analysis of past trends and current erratic behaviour in climatic events shows that changes being experienced in the climate of Jharkhand are the proof of natural climate variability prevailing in the state.

This case study narrates the successful initiatives taken by Mr. Rakesh Bhagat, Mukhiya through the Village Water and Sanitation Committee (VWSC) in Bero Panchayat (Bero Block) of Ranchi district of Jharkhand in the context of revival of a dysfunctional piped water supply scheme.

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