- Pramod Sawant takes oath as new Chief Minister of Goa
- Rakesh Kumar Tiwari appointed as Director, D/o Agriculture Cooperation & Farmers Welfare
- Ms. M. Imkongla Jamir gets extension as Private Secretary of Smriti Zubin Irani for three months
- Ms. Pratima Gupta appointed as Director, CVC
- Ms. Esha Srivastava appointed as Director, M/o Petroleum & Natural Gas
The 7th Vibrant Gujarat Summit, which is planned during 11th to 13th January 2015 at Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India have began well ahead by the Government of Gujarat after the Vibrant Gujarat 2013 Summit resounding success.Last summit has given an example of a visionary approach of the Government of Gujarat towards inclusive and sustainable development. The sixth edition of the summit provided enormous prospects to the State to display its strengths, progressive stand, initiatives taken to improve governance, investor friendly climate and art & culture of Gujarat.
Leading companies, international financial organisations and countries have made investment commitments worth over Rs.25 lakh crore at the seventh edition of the Vibrant Gujarat summit, Chief Minister Anandiben Patel said Monday. Patel said that a record over 21,000 MoUs (memorandums of understanding) were signed on the first two days of the three-day summit.She said that 1,225 strategic partnerships were signed during the biennial summit, the biggest one so far.
Over 25,000 delegates from 110 countries, including over 2,500 foreign delegates from 56 international delegations participated in the summit, a senior Gujarat government official said here. The trade show, held in an area of 125,000 square metres, saw footfalls of over one million in just two days, the official said. “Though the summit is for investment in Gujarat, it will help in attracting investment for India and for the success of ‘Make in India’ idea of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” the chief minister said.