Known as the “Karmabhumi” of Gautama Buddha and Mahavira, the state is a major source of India's labour force.
The state is well connected to the rest of India and has 5,421 kms of national highways
The new business opportunities in Bihar are plenty as the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor passes through the state
Bihar currently has 68 industrial areas and mega industrial parks
Situated in close proximity to the vast markets of Eastern and Northern India and Nepal
Food processing, dairy, sugar, manufacturing, and healthcare are some of the fast-growing industries in the state
Bihar is fundamentally an agrarian economy
of the Fox nut production of the country
Husk Power Systems
in Bihar is India's first enterprise to use rice husk to generate clean energy for rural electrification
weavers in the State
worth land bank set up to aid agricultural and industrial development.
US$ 512 Billion
GDP contribution for the country projected by the tourism sector by 2028
Alstom's first electric locomotive manufacturing facility in India is in Bihar
GE runs a diesel locomotive manufacturing operation in the state
Majhaulia Sugar Industries operates a manufacturing plant in the state
IBM runs a Software Centre of Excellence (academic initiative) in Bihar
Britannia Industries manufactures biscuits, butter and cheese in Bihar
L&T will set up an US$985.92million ultra-supercritical power plant in Buxar district, Bihar
being set up over 70 acres of land at Khagaria by Pristine Logistics and Infraprojects
network being set up by GAIL and Indian Oil to ensure availability of gas for industrial usage
proposed in Patna/Gaya for export-oriented industrial units and agriculture goods
at Aurangabad, Buxar, Bhagalpur, Lakhisarai, Banka and West Champaran to raise capacity by 8,600 MW
has identified Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur, Patna, and Biharsharif in Bihar for development
US$977.89 million worth 16 National Highways projects will come up in Chhapra and Madhepura
to ease public transport in Patna and other adjoining areas, under construction at an estimated cost of US$1.88 billion
with the aim of covering six lakh villages in remote regions has been launched.
has been approved by the Cabinet in order to improve the quality of local Healthcare, Pharmaceutical and healthcare research.
worth US$ 73 mn including water supply at the Municipal Corporation of Siwan and Chapra have been announced by Prime Minister Modi.
including two LPG Bottling Plants, Paradip-Haldia-Durgapur Pipeline, and the Durgapur-Banka project have been announced by Prime Minister Modi.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments
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