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Japan to set up Training Institute for manufacturing sector in Haryana

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New Delhi, May 10 (KNN) In a recent meeting between a high level delegation led by the Japanese Ambassador to India, Kenji Hiramatsu and the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, the Japanese Diplomat has proposed a training institute in Haryana. 

The training institute would focus on imparting skills to the youth in Haryana, making them efficient to operate in the state’s manufacturing sector.

The Chief Minister expressed his interest in the proposal and has extended all possible support from the State government to help set the institute. 

He also emphasized that the Japanese companies and investors must help in the development of state through the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Also the State government is planning to constitute a dedicated portfolio through which the CSR activities could be channelized.

The Japanese company Panasonic is also planning to set its unit in Haryana.

A team led by the Chief Secretary Depinder Singh Dhesi is taking care of providing the required facilities and infrastructure for the Japanese investment. Power stations of 200 KW are being made in Gurugram and Bahadurgarh Industrial Estate.

There are talks of setting up an industrial hub in Jhajjar where more Japanese companies could park their units. (KNN/ DA)

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