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In the examinations conducted for government jobs, questions related to all the schemes of the Central Government are also asked. In this episode we will learn about EPI-2022. National Institute for Transforming India NITI Aayog has released the Export Preparedness Index-2022. In this, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat and Haryana are the top five performing states respectively. These states have come first in every category. Uttar Pradesh is at seventh place in the index.
The report helps in assessing what is the status of exports in which states of the country? What resources are available? How is the government machinery supporting the industries? NITI Aayog wants that based on the facts contained in this report, states should improve their internal systems, so that exports increase.
Which rank of which state?
Uttarakhand has performed best among the Himalayan states. Goa is on top among small states. Madhya Pradesh is at 2nd place and Rajasthan is at 13th place in this list. Jharkhand-Bihar are at 20th and 22nd position respectively. Lakshadweep is at 36th and last position. Mizoram ranks last among the Himalayan states. Dadra Nagar Haveli, Daman and Dwib are at the last position among the union territories.
There are four main parts of this report. Export achievement, export infrastructure, business environment and policy. NITI Aayog has prepared this report focusing on these four points. The index is extremely important for the states and provides an insight. The basis of the index has been made on the financial year 2021-22.
The index says that the states that have performed better overall have the best export resources and facilities. He has created such an eco system due to which exports are increasing. The index enables state governments. They should improve their own infrastructure accordingly. Remove every obstacle coming in the way of increasing exports.
The report says that exporting firms are more productive than domestic firms. Because the more the exports increase, the more dollars will come into the country and if the dollars come, the rupee will strengthen.