The construction boom is sweeping across India, as more people look to build their own homes with a range of materials such as bamboo, bamboo poles, stone, stone slab, glass and metal.
However, some construction companies, including the construction and renovation companies, are now trying to expand their presence in India’s housing market.
The construction sector is in trouble and the government is trying to revive it.
This has put pressure on the construction industry.
The state of Karnataka is currently undergoing a programme to make the construction sector a viable employment sector.
The government hopes that this programme will boost the sector and help the industry recover from the worst economic downturn since independence.
According to the Karnataka State Development Authority, in the last five years, Karnataka’s construction industry grew by more than 25 per cent, and now employs more than 6,500 people.
It is the largest construction sector in India, accounting for over a third of all employment in the country.
The Karnataka government also launched the Karnadam Construction Skills Development Fund to help people with the construction-related skills, including those who want to join the construction trade.
The government is also trying to boost the industry through a national construction fund that will be administered by the Ministry of Construction.
This fund will be set up in collaboration with state-level government departments and private organisations.
Karnataka has some of the most promising prospects in the construction space, and the Karnavadam project is a good example of how it can take off.