‘Ease of doing business’ should be accorded top priority, and would greatly help states in attracting investment by analyzing the potential sectors and areas where there is scope for improvement in their respective departments and states. – Shri. Narendra Modi, Hon’ble PM of India.

Prime Minister Modi’s pragmatic governance approach has ensured that approvals for over 400 projects with investments over $70 billion have been expedited.This will help expedite the approval of more than 400 projects, with estimated investments exceeding US$70bn. A crucial administrative reform that has happened is to abolish 30 Groups of Ministers (GoMs) and empowered GoMs (EGoMs) set up by the previous United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government to tackle cross-jurisdictional issues involving more than one ministry. These GoMs and EGoMs only slowed down decision-making considerably. Administrative aspects of such issues are now tackled by Cabinet Secretariat resulting in speeding up of project clearance. Those issues that are related while those related to policy aspects are now dealt with by PMO.


Electric Vehicle are a technically reformed and improved version of conventional automobile sector and having blind spots and lack of clarity on standards and policy are obvious slowdown in its adoption and growth. We focus to bring small but scalable and adaptable changes with proven ecosystem as intake for governance reforms and ease in doing business. Clarification on licensing of charging stations to generic standards for charging stations, we promote these reforms in physical numbers of such facilities and create actual numbers of beneficiaries and potential future EV buyers using public transport and fleets of electric vehicles to travel between Jaipur Delhi Agra (500 km) without buying vehicles.


E-Mobility comes with its own range of challenges from individual EV buying decision to institutional challenges to facilitate them on road. We perform to synchronize and convert each of them in ecosystem and then minimize the lap with Single Window Clearance framework. Thus, where majority of E-Mobility stakeholders weighing first mover disadvantage and calculating the thrust- they will need to reach to business trajectory, we accumulate advantages that comes with initiators only and reduced number of days required for setting up 500 Km ecosystem from 50 days to 35 days and still performing on it..


Agra-Delhi-Jaipur will be first 500 km electric vehicle corridor by ASSAR for Ease of Doing Business in other 12 Corridors then India will be first country to get Anti-Theft System (ATS) for Electric Vehicle Fleets, total time needed for setting up a new charging station in 50 km radius of such Electric Corridors has reduces to 36 days from 50 days, maximum waiting time for an breakdown electric vehicle on #NHforEV2020 highway is 30 minutes and by year 2020 India aim to convert all 12 highways market by MoP into electric corridors….