Chandigarh is an Union Territory that serves as the capital of its two neighbouring states – Haryana and Punjab.
Capital of two states, governed by the Central Government.
One of India's best planned and cleanest urban centres.
Heads the list of Indian states and union territories in HDI.
Attracts over 1.5mn tourists each year for varied purposes.
86.1% literacy rate in the union territory as per 2011 census.
US$5.7bn GSDP recorded during fiscal fiscal year 2018-19.
per capita income in Chandigarh - fourth highest in the country
Chandigarh is at the centre of large engineering and agricultural industries
small scale and 15 large and medium scale units are present in the UT
efficient urban planning has made Chandigarh ideal for investment
contribute over 67% of the territory’s overall power requirement
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Infosys runs IT-BPM operations at its Chandigarh campus
Groz-Beckert runs engineering and manufacturing operations
HIM Overseas runs engineering and manufacturing operations
Winona Van Norman runs engineering and manufacturing operations
Tyros International has cross-sector investments in the region
with Punjab Engineering College Chandigarh, to promote IT activity
has identified Chandigarh for the urban development programme
being planned to help with skill development in the region
being developed under Phase-3 in Mauli Jagran over 62 ha of land
being developed in Chandigarh under Phase-3 over 110 ha of land
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments