National Single Window System (NSWS) launched for Approvals and Registrations: Know details
Piyush Goyal said that the single window portal would be a single shop for approvals and clearances for investors
Union Trade and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal launched on Wednesday the National Single Window System (NSWS) for investors and companies.
Goyal said that the single window portal will become a one-stop shop for approvals and clearances for investors.
The Minister believes that the NSWS portal will allow investors to obtain approvals from their legacy to government offices. The move is expected to further enhance the business ease in India.
Eighteen departments and nine countries have already joined the Single Window System. The government expects 14 more departments and five other states to spring on the car.
“The launch of the National Single Window System is a huge leap to Aatmanirbhar in India,” Shri Piyush Goyal said during its launch.
Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Shri Piyush Goyal said that NSWS is going to introduce Azadi from the legacy of offices to Govt. approvals and registration. He said we could share ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ with investors, business owners (MSMEs), in these 75 weeks of ‘Azadi ka Mahotsav’ not only from India but the whole world. The minister said NSWS would use Azadi from the legacy from running to government offices, that is to say from paperwork, duplication & information asymmetry Azadi from Windows to make businesses easier. Azadi from Windows.
The Minister said that the decisive and audacious leadership of PM Modi allowed and encouraged India to dream bigger.
His vision has become our mission for nation advancement and citizens’ prosperity There has been a long need for a single interface between companies and Govt at national level.
Speaking on that occasion, Shri Goyal said that this single window portal would become a one-stop shop for approvals and clearances by investors.
The portal now houses approvals in 18 central departments and 9 states, and by Dec’21 an additional 14 central departments will be added in five countries.