ASCEND 2019- Online Registration begins through www.ascendkerala2019.org
By Pinkerala News Desk | Feb 06, 2019
The online registration facility of delegates for ASCEND 2019, the one-day conclave planned in Kochi on 11th February 2019 by the Government of Kerala to position the state as an investment hotspot, has begun on www.ascendkerala2019.org
Chief Minister Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the high-octane meet at Lulu Bolgatty International Convention Center (LBICC), Kochi. Union Minister of Industry & Commerce and Civil Aviation Shri. Suresh Prabhu will be the Chief Guest at the meet, which will be attended by ministers from various states, bureaucrats, entrepreneurs, investors, policy administrators and national and international delegates. The meet will present before the delegates a raft of legislation and administrative reforms initiated by the Government for enhancing the ease of doing business in the state in order to attract investment from India and abroad without any procedural hassles.
For registration, visit: http://www.ascendkerala2019.org/
In particular, the event will display two software applications: K-SWIFT (Kerala Single Window Interface for Fast, Transparent Clearances) and IBPMS (Intelligent Building Plan Management System). KSWIFT, an online clearance mechanism and Common Application Form (CAF) under Ease of Doing Business initiatives, have been developed to simplify and speed up issuance of clearances from departments/agencies for setting up enterprises in the state. The activities associated with KSWIFT and its integration with portals of 14 departments/agencies concerned have already been completed. The event will have plenary addresses, panel discussions, break-out sessions and presentations on some of the best practices under the ease of doing business initiatives.
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