PM Modi launches NIRYAT Portal to Access Export Records and inaugurated Vanijya Bhawan



On June 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the NIRYAT platform, which would focus only on India’s import and export analyses. The government has developed NIRYAT, or the National Import-Export Record for Yearly Analysis of Trade, to give crucial real-time data to all stakeholders, Modi said after launching the portal.

NIRYAT has been pegged as a one-stop platform for stakeholders for easy access to critical information related to India’s foreign trade by the Centre.

PM also inaugurated the Vanijya Bhawan

On the same day, the Prime Minister also opened the Vanijya Bhawan in New Delhi. Constructed near India Gate, the Vanijya Bhawan is designed as a smart building which incorporates the principles of sustainable architecture with a special focus on energy saving. It will serve as an integrated and modern office complex that will be used by the two Departments under the Ministry i.e. Department of Commerce and Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT).

“The administration has been trying to ensure ‘Citizen-Centric Governance’ for the last eight years, and now we have made another critical step in this regard,” Modi remarked while launching the NIRYAT platform. A brand-new, cutting-edge commercial building and the NIRYAT site are gifts being given to the nation today. Piyush Goyal, the minister of trade and industry for the Union, was also present.

Positive changes in the field of trade and commerce

This new Vanijya Bhawan and NIRYAT portal represent our aspirations of an ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’. It will bring positive changes in the field of trade and commerce, especially for MSMEs, PM Modi said. Users can log in to the portal with their usernames and passwords and access all import export data of the country easily.

“From this portal, important information related to more than 30 commodity groups exported to more than 200 countries of the world will be available. In the coming time, information related to district-wise exports will also be available on this. This will also strengthen the efforts to develop the districts as important centers of exports”, the Prime Minister said.

Aim to strengthen india’s financial sector

The NIRYAT portal is aimed to facilitate further strengthening of India’s financial sector in line with the 3Ts of Trade, Tourism and Technology, as per the government.

Despite global disruptions in 2021, India exported a total of $670 billion- Rs 50 lakh crores. Exports are vital to a country’s progress. Initiatives like ‘Vocal for Local’ have also accelerated the country’s exports. The government is working to promote ease of doing business and boost exports, Modi said adding new domestic products like handlooms are reaching new markets.

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