At present, the Centre is looking after six critical sectors which may play a vital role in the economic development of the region. These six sectors include Tourism, Handloom, Handicraft, Horticulture, Logistic and Business Process Outsourcing. Accordingly, the Centre has developed a five-year vision for these sectors, which consists of the following.
The Centre is looking after six critical Sectors and has developed the vision for each sector based on the following:
- Doubling the contribution of each Sector to Gross State Value Added (GSVA) in the next five years.
- Doubling employment generation in every sector in the next five years.
- Raising the livelihood and living standard of the entrepreneurs engaged in these six sectors.
Moreover, to achieve the long-term vision of the Centre for the six sectors the Centre has developed short- and medium-term action plans which include:
- Conducting Primary survey of the six sectors in all the states of North East India.
- Incorporating inputs from the Experts and Advisors at the national /international level.
- Background study on the current status of the six sectors based on secondary data.
- Identification of challenges faced by entrepreneurs/ stakeholders of the concerned sectors and the analysing the reasons for the sectors performing below their optimum level.
- Studying the best practices in India as well as in other countries of the world.
- Drafting policies for the sectors to achieve a long-term goal.
However, in future, the Centre is also planning to work on other sectors which may have the potentiality to play an essential role in the socio-economic development of the region.