RANCHI: The two-day Global Investors Summit being hosted at Khel Gaon concluded here today with the signing of 209 MoUs with various companies.
The signing of MoUs will bring a proposed investments of Rs 3,03,987 crore to the state battling hard to shed its backward tag and create job opportunities for youths who often migrate outside in search of job.
Authorities said of the total investment proposals received, a maximum of 121 came for the Department of Industries, Mines and Geology.
The rest went to the department of IT and e-governance, urban development & housing, higher & technical education, energy, arts, culture and others.
The state government for the past several months had been trying hard to attract investors to Jharkhand and if the two-day summit was any indication, it was able to win their confidence by extending red-carpet welcome and promising to provide all support to the guests.
“It gives me a pleasure to see how the summit has turned out to be a festival and is attracting investors from across the globe,” was how described Rajiv Pratap Rudy, federal minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Independent Charge).