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e - Nivesh

Project Motoring Group in Cabinet Secretariat has set up an online digital platform (e-Nivesh) through which it proposes to monitor the processing of 88 different types clearances / approvals granted by various Central Government Ministries/Department. The exact number of clearances required by investor depends on a number of factors including investment in plant & machinery, member and class of employees, and the sector concerned.

It aims at operationalizing a transparent, efficient and convenient interface, through which the government and businesses can interact and improve the business environment in the country for setting up investment related projects by enabling fast and efficient Government-to-Business (G2B) services.

e-Nivesh is a single window system for monitoring clearances required for setting up business/projects in India. The monitoring mechanism has been developed to fast track the pending clearance proposals beyond timeline at various Ministries/Departments/ Organizations of the Government of India and Governments of States/UTs.

E-Nivesh is an online web based digital platform to monitor the processing of 88 different types clearances / approvals to be granted by various Central Government Ministries/Department for an investment project. The word “Nivesh” stands for investment. This is not the online portal for giving the actual clearances, which is done through e-biz. On the other hand, E-Nivesh is a single window system for monitoring the progress of these clearances.

The portal was set up by the Project Motoring Group in Cabinet Secretariat, which serves the Council of Ministers at the Federal / central government. It aims to fast track the pending clearances for proposals that went beyond the stipulated timelines at various Ministries/Departments/ Organizations of the Government of India and Governments of States/UTs. The portal also provides in a searchable form the list of Central and State level services required to setup a project/business.

The exact number of clearances required by investor depends on a number of factors including investment in plant & machinery, member and class of employees, and the sector concerned. As on 7 December 2015, out of the 88 clearances, 83 clearances have been digitized and 4 clearances in respect of Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Home Affairs are not proposed to be digitized due to security reasons. Digitization of the remaining one clearance will be carried out in the financial year i.e. 2016-17. In addition to the above mentioned 88 clearances, 5 clearances are available on the portal of Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion.