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  • Government of Punjab Delegation Mr. K. R. Lakhanpal, IAS, Chief Secretary, Punjab Mr. Deepak Nanda, MD SME Business Services. & Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi IAS, Director-cum-Secretary, Department of Information Technology Managing Director, Punjab ICT. Corp. Ltd. Commissioner NRI Affairs, Government of Punjab National Association of Manufacturers meeting on June 7, 2006 at Washington DC Presentation by
  • Credible India! Incredible Punjab!
  • Indian Economy The Fastest Growing Market democracy
    • Economic Growth
      • Sustained economic performance
        • Average since 1991 6.2%
        • 2004-05, 2005-06 7 %, 8%
        • Last quarter 2005-2006 9.6%
      • Services account for over 50% of GDP, manufacturing 24%, Agri 26%
      • Manufacturing sector grew at 9% in 2004-05
    • GDP: US $780 Billions, US $3.9 Trillion at PPP
    • International Trade (2004-05) - $ 200 Billion
      • With US as the biggest trade partner
  • 2032 Japan 2015 Italy 2020 France 2024 Germany India – Emerging Global Power Source : BRICs Report Goldman Sachs When Will India overtake others by US $ GDP? At 2030 India will be 3 rd largest Economy after China & US 2005
  • GDP Growth in NEXT 50 -70 Years Economic Eclipse Projections based on current per capita growth rates of 1.7% for the US, 6.3% for China and 5.6% for India Source: Fortune
  • India Becomes Economic Superpower India Crosses US in 2055 - is at number 2 India crosses China in 2067 approx. Source: UN and IMF study GDP in USD Bn. 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 2060 2070 US India China Japan France Germany UK Russia
  • Real GDP Growth in US, Japan, & the BRICs Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers- The World in 2050
  • Projected real growth in GDP and income per capita: 2005-50 (%pa) Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers 1.9 -0.3 1.6 1.2 Japan 1.9 -0.1 1.8 1.5 Germany 1.9 -0.3 1.6 1.5 Italy 2.1 0.1 2.2 1.9 France 2.0 0.3 2.2 1.9 UK 2.2 0.0 2.2 2.3 Spain 1.8 0.6 2.4 2.4 US 2.0 0.7 2.7 2.6 Australia 1.9 0.6 2.6 2.6 Canada 2.6 -0.1 2.4 3.3 S. Korea 3.3 -0.5 2.7 4.6 Russia 3.3 0.6 3.9 4.8 Mexico 3.2 0.7 3.9 5.4 Brazil 3.4 0.7 4.2 5.6 Turkey 3.8 0.1 3.9 6.3 China 4.2 0.6 4.8 7.3 Indonesia 4.3 0.8 5.2 7.6 India GDP per capita at PPPs Population GDP in domestic currency or at PPPs GDP in US $ terms Country
  • Country (indices with US = 100) GDP at market exchange rates in US $ terms GDP in PPP terms 2005 Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers 19 7 19 2 Indonesia 10 5 10 3 Turkey 14 12 13 5 Russia 25 13 20 5 Brazil 6 5 6 5 Australia 17 9 17 6 Mexico 8 9 8 6 Korea 100 30 58 6 India 9 9 9 8 Canada 8 9 8 9 Spain 10 14 10 14 Italy 13 15 13 17 France 15 16 15 18 UK 143 76 94 18 China 15 20 15 23 Germany 23 32 23 39 Japan 100 100 100 100 US 2050 2005 2050 2005 GDP in PPP terms GDP at market exchange rates in US $ terms Country (indices with US = 100)
  • Qualitative Indicators of Country Suitability Data/IP security Cultural compatibility Political stability Cost Educational system Infrastructure Labour pool Government support Language Excellent Good Poor Very Good Fair Russia Hungary India Czech Republic Northern Ireland Ireland Poland China Israel South Africa Overall climate Source: Gartner Study’05
  • Punjab: The Gateway to central Asia Location 29’30’’ N to 32’32’’ N latitude and 73’55 E to 76’50 E longitude This is Punjab Opportunities for trade with Central Asia 17 Dists./ 12,429 villages/ 134 Towns
    • Districts/ villages
    Sub tropical
    • Weather
    > 70%
    • Literacy rate
    34:66
    • Urban-Rural ratio
    Rs. 25,652
    • Per Capita Income
    -0.8 C / 44.0 C
    • Temp. (Min./Max.)
    392 mm
    • Average Rainfall
    24.35 Millions 2001 census
    • Population
    265 kms.
    • Distance from Delhi
    Chandigarh
    • State Capital
    50,362 sq. km 1.5% of India's total area.
    • Geographical area
  • Punjab: The Basic Profile
    • Gross Domestic Product $17.30 Billion (2004-05), $86.50 Billion at Purchasing Power Parity
    • Expected growth rate of 6.4% in 2006-07
    • Primarily an Agricultural Economy in the Past
    • New investment of over $14 Billions already approved
    • Agriculture - With 1.56% area contributing >68% to Country’s food pool
    • Strong SME Base - 200,000 SMEs, 650 large and medium industries
    • Investment in industry till 2003-04 - Rs. 350 Billion (USD 7.76 Billion)
    • Around 1.3 million workers are employed in Industries, out of which more than 1 million people are employed in Small Industries
    Source: CMIE, December’05 9 to 12% 6 to 8% 5 to 6% Projected Growth rate 6.48% 39.76% 351 Services 4.57% 23.77% 210 Secondary 4.77% 36.47% 322 Primary Growth Rate so far Share in economy GSDP (Rs. Billion) (2004-05) Sector
  • Punjab: The Past
    • Has been no. 1 state in India
      • Per Capita income
      • Agricultural Production
      • Overall Economic Growth rate
    • Faced a period of turmoil for a decade
      • Per capita Income dropped to 3 rd -4 th place
      • Agricultural Growth rate dropped to -2%
      • Overall economic Growth rate hovered around 2 to 3%
    • Bounced back in last 5 years
      • Agricultural growth touched new high of >5-7%
      • Exports tripled
      • Overall economic Growth rate rose to about 6%
      • Fiscal Situation and Deficit improved tremendously
    Source: CMIE, December’05
  • Punjab : An Economic Overview Source: CMIE, December’05 12 & 7 as against the National average of 6 & 2 of India Two to three and a half times the National average Highest TV / Fridge density (per 100) 12.7 as against 5.7 of India. Two times the National average Highest motor vehicles density (per 100) 25% i.e. 2.5 times the National average of about 10.5%. Highest Telephone density 1.86 times national average Highest CMIE infrastructure Index of 186 2.3 times national average Highest per capita electricity consumption Two times the National average Highest Per capita bank deposits (Rs)
    • Best State in India to Live & Work
    • No.1 for Infrastructure Index
    • No.1 for Budget and Prosperity
    • No.1 for Attractive Consumer Market
    • No.1 in Agriculture Production
    Punjab is leading as Investment destination in India Today India Today report “India’s Best States” *(2003, 2004 and 2005) Source: India Today
  • Punjab offers Enviable Business Environment If you have a project We have a reason India’s Emerging Investment Destination Special incentives & facilitation for Mega projects Unparalleled Government Support & facilitation Critical Mass of manufacturing Industries already present Friendly Business & Regulatory Environment Cost arbitrage with excellent quality & productivity Robust Telecom and Power Infrastructure Availability of bright Professional Talent & best skilled HR Pool Excellent Physical and Social Infrastructure Perfect Business & Investment
  • Punjab leads India in Infrastructure Punjab offers best quality Infrastructure in the country Source: CMIE Tamil Nadu Haryana Gujarat Maharashtra Karnataka Andhra Rajasthan Relative Infrastructure Development Index All India Average : 100 84 93 94 111 122 137 139 186 Punjab
  • Chandigarh is the best City to Work & live in
    • Among the top 10 cities in India for:
      • Education
      • Health
      • Housing
      • Transport
      • Finance network
      • Entertainment
      • Jobs
      • Income
      • Life-style
      • Consumption
      • Sports
    The top 10 cities to live in Chandigarh- Mohali ranked “the best city to live in” Source : Outlook Money survey 100 83.4 79.4 71 67 66.5 62.3 61.2 53.8 48.7 Chandigarh Chennai Kolkata Hyderabad Mumbai Bangalore Bhopal Goa Pondicherry Ahmedabad Index Value
  • Educated & Skilled Human Resources
      • Two IITs within 150 Miles- IIT Delhi, IIT Roorkee, 3 Institutes amongst the top 20
      • 6 excellent Universities and 4 deemed Universities
      • Exclusive Technical University with 100 + Colleges
      • 15,000 Engg Graduates & 4000 MBAs Yearly
      • 10,000 Technicians yearly from 50+ Polytechnics Institutes
      • 20,000 skilled craftsmen yearly from 100+ Industrial Training Institutes
      • 60,000 + Excellent English speaking manpower for BPO & KPO
      • Chandigarh – Mohali - Punjab Highest Human Development Index Lowest attrition rate in India
  • Want Highest Workforce Productivity?
    • Only 1.2% of all mandays lost, despite having 5% of the total industrial workforce
    • Labour productivity among the highest in the country
    Lowest Mandays Lost in the country Come to Punjab 4.136 1.719 1.015 0.819 0.42 0.392 0 1 2 3 4 5 Andhra Pradesh Maharashtra Tamil Nadu Gujarat Karnataka Punjab
  • Excellent Transportation, Logistics Infrastructure& Connectivity
    • Two International Airports at Amritsar & Delhi …… only at 125 and 150 miles from Chandigarh.
    • About 100 International flights per week from Amritsar, ……875 from Delhi.
    • New Intl’ Airport at Halwara in 2007-08 near Ludhiana
    • Chandigarh airport being upgraded by 2007-08. ……Daily flights to Delhi, Mumbai & Bangalore.
    • Inland Container Ports at Ludhiana, Bhatinda, Amritsar, Jalandhar & Chandigarh (Dappar) with customs clearance facility
    • Well linked to the rest of the country by road, rail & air
    • Telecom: Multiple service providers: All towns & Villages covered
    • Unlimited Bandwidth Available on demand
    • Highest Optic Fibre Density (OFC) density - Extensive OFC Network of 25,000 route Km. in Punjab
  • Institutional Framework & Friendly Regulatory Environment
    • Government has appointed ‘Nodal Officer’ as ‘Relationship Manager’
    • Punjab Industrial Facilitation Act, 2005 is in place to provide single window service
    • Single point project clearance within a stipulated time frame
    • Special provisions for facilitating mega projects
    • Self-certification provided under various labour laws
    • Declaration of key industries as ‘public utility service’
    • Full flexibility under labour laws to the extent of the State Government’s power
  • Government Facilitation and support SEZs in Amritsar, Mohali & 7 other places Special incentives & facilitation for Mega Projects Highly favourable Industrial Policies & Labour Laws/ Rules Fast Track clearance mechanism in place Perfect Business Environment Easy Conversion of land use Time bound statutory & non-statutory clearances Exemption from zoning regulations Clean & Proactive political & Business environment Industrial facilitation Act in place Completely hassle free dealing with Govt It takes minimum time to start a new business in Punjab amongst all states in India- Source: The survey report of World Bank 2004-05
  • Investments in Mega Projects within last 24 months More than 175 projects totaling an outlay of $17 Billion Stands Approved as of Today 962100 55,458 (US$ 12 Billion) Upto Jan 2006 158 Total 276850 267 42 Residential 10775 16 20 Hotels 83925 63 36 Multiplex/ Malls 277100 110 17 Industrial Parks 313490 100 43 Manufacturing Employment Investment (Rs. Billion) No of Projects Category
  • Punjab – Business Cities Bathinda Petro-chemicals, Fertilizer, Dairy Mohali Jalandhar Amritsar Ludhiana Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Electronics, Telecom and Information Technology Sports Goods and Leather Garments, Woolens, Machining, Foods Bicycles, Auto Components, Steel, Metallurgy, Hand & Machine Tools, Textiles, Garments & Hosiery Industry Cluster
  • Exports from Punjab US $ Million 26% 2,537 2,113 1,658 Grand Total 23% 617 767 424 Others 1874% 191 10 20 Drugs 60% 75 47 3 Handicrafts 89% 47 25 16 Carpets 179% 44 16 31 Leather Goods 93 107 125 203 310 410 Year 2004 74% 163 67 Sports Goods 23% 132 93 Hand Tools -68% 39 155 Food Products 301 382 548 Year 2005 48% 180 Bicycles & Cycle Parts 23% 300 Garments & Hosiery 38% 373 Yarns & Textiles Growth% Year 2003 Industry
  • Internationally Renowned Indian Companies Working In Punjab Denim Fabric, Tarry Towels Abhishek (supplier to Wal-Mart) Chemicals, Vanaspati SIEL Cement ACC Washing Machine Godrej Cement Gujrat Ambuja Maltova , Viva , range of wines & liquor JIL Woolen fabric Birla VXL(OCM) Ctv Picture Tube , Steel rope , Castings JCT Textiles, DCM Pringle Oswal Knit India Ltd. Monte Carlo , Casablanca Oswal Woolen Mills Swaraj Tractors and Combine Harvester Punjab Tractor Ltd. Cycles Hero Cycles,Avon Cycles Medicines Ranbaxy
  • Multinational Corporations in Punjab Nishikasha Schering Gist Brocodes
  • Punjab: Investment Regions-1
    • Mohali-Chandigarh Capital Region
      • Knowledge sector, auto parts, service industry
      • World class urban amenities & social infrastructure
      • University, Medical research (PGIMER), Pharmaceutical research (NIPER), Microbial technology (IMT), Nanotechnology (CSIO), Science Research (IISc), Engineering colleges, Indian Institute of Science, Mohali
      • Diverse manufacturing base in tri-state region
      • Pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, construction
      • Technology Parks, SEZ’s
      • Airport expansion, 4 New Highways by 2008
  • Punjab: Investment Regions-2
    • Amritsar – Ferozepur – Gurdaspur Border Corridor
      • International trade and Business
      • International airport, Highway nodes
      • Gateway to Central Asia
      • Universities (GNDU, PTU), National Institute of Technology (NIT), Engineering Colleges
      • Tourism, Hotels
      • Food processing, Textile, Woolens, Sugar & Paper; Light engineering & Metallurgy; Sports goods, Leather goods & Carpets
      • SEZ by DLF
      • Gas based power plant
  • Punjab: Investment Regions-3
    • Ludhiana - Jalandhar Investment Corridor
      • Textile, light engineering, hand tools, auto parts
      • Largest Manufacturing base north of New Delhi, SEZ
      • Yarn, Textiles & Apparel; Bicycles, Steel & Engineering; Electricals & Plastics; Food processing & Dairy
      • Gas based power plant
      • New International Airport 2008, Ring Road, Rail Freight Corridor to Kolkata and Mumbai
      • Skilled Labor pool, most productive
      • Agriculture University, Biotechnology Institute
  • Punjab: Investment Regions-4
    • Bathinda Growth Region
      • Petro-chemicals, food processing
      • Thermal power stations 2000 MW
      • New Petroleum refinery 9 million tons
      • Fertilizer, petrochemicals
      • Yarns & Textiles; Citrus Fruits, Sugar & Paper
      • Engineering Colleges, Health Sciences University
  • Punjab Government is Committed to provide the following facilities in these four investment Regions
    • World Class Infrastructure
      • Developed land with roads, sewers etc.
      • World class urban amenities-water supply
    • Quality Power Supply
    • Connectivity and communication
      • Airports, Rail-Road connectivity
      • Internet, telecommunication
    • World class security and policing system
    • Every regions to have 4-5 anchor units to spur the growth
    • In every investment regions there are industrial parks and SEZs in the pipeline
  • Punjab Government is Committed to provide the following facilities in these four investment Regions
    • 300 world class schools
    • 10 excellent colleges
    • 10 world class professional Institutes like
      • Indian Institute of Science- in 2008
      • Indian Institute of Bio-Technology in 2008
      • Indian Institute of Nano Technology
      • Institute of Information Technology
      • Indian Institute of Management
      • Indian Law School- in 2006
  • Developed Industrial Estates
    • Amritsar
    • Batala
    • Bhatinda
    • Ludhiana I to VII
    • Goindwal Sahib, Tarn Taran (near Amritsar)
    • Hoshiarpur
    • Jalandhar
    • Khanna (near Ludhiana)
    • Kotkapura ( Near Bhatinda)
    • Moga
    • Nabha
    • Nawanshahar
    • Rajpura, Mohali, Derabassi, & Chalanon (Near Chandigarh)
  • SEZs in Punjab Investment (Rs. In Crore) Industry Area (Acre) Location Company 107.50 Free Trade, Logistics & Warehousing Zone 50 In the State QuarkCity 9. 210 Product Specific 250 Patiala QuarkCity 8. 885 Product Specific 1000 Amritsar-Gurdaspur-Kapurthala QuarkCity 7. 885 Product Specific 1000 Jalandhar-Ludhiana-Hoshiarpur QuarkCity 6. 1335 Multiproduct 2500 Patiala-Sangrur-Fategarh QuarkCity 5. 1800 Multiproduct 2500 Ludhiana-Jalandhar DLF Universal 4. 453 Multiproduct 2500 Amritsar DLF Universal 3 265 Pharma 80.00 Mohali Ranbaxy Laboratories 2. 1165 IT/ITES 25.50 Mohali QuarkCity 1.
    • Spread over 51 acres of land in Mohali, 5000 Acres in phase II
    • Built up area of four million square feet
    • Will have an office, commercial, and residential complex
    • Will be self-sufficient and equipped with almost every essential amenity:
      • Hospital
      • Quark Institute of Advanced Learning
      • Schools
      • Recreation and community centers
      • Sports facilities
      • Parks for children and elders
      • Crèche
      • Transport facilities
      • Daily needs market
      • Library
      • Auditorium
    QuarkCity an Integrated township
  • Industrial/IT Parks in Punjab 10,000 6,330 Ludhiana Vipul Infrastructure 15 500 4,100 Global Strategic 14 5,000 4,210 Mohali Janta Land Promoters 13 40,000 10,000 Mohali Amartex India 12 85,000 15,000 Ludhiana Integrated Textile Park 11. 22,500 3,550 Ludhiana Punjab Apparel Park 10. Employment Potential Investment (Rs. million) Location Park 55,000 2,600 Mohali Fashion Technology Park 9. 30,000 14,000 Mohali Silicon Construction 8. 20,000 4,000 Krishna Industrial Park 7. 500 5,000 Ludhiana Nahar Industries 6. 40,000 18,000 Amritsar DLF Universal SEZ 5. 100 1,460 Mohali Globus Projects IT Park 4. 1,000 1,110 Mohali JDU Builders & Promoters –IT Park 3. 1,000 1,150 Advance India – IT Park 2. 22,000 10,000 Mohali QuarkCity IT Park 1.
  • Immediate Sector Growth opportunities
    • Manufacturing & Light Engineering
      • Automobile Industry
      • Hand Tools
      • Leather & Sports Goods
      • Textile & Garments, Hosiery & Knitwear
    • Agro & Food Processing, fruits, vegetables
      • Dairy Milk & Meat Processing
    • Knowledge Sector
      • Information & Communication Technology
      • Bio-Technology & Bio-informatics
      • Pharmaceutical
    • Infrastructure
      • Power
      • Construction and Real Estate
    • Services Sector
      • Retail, Entertainment & Infotainment
    Sector Opportunity Ranking 1 2 3 4 5
  • Punjab: Agri Processing
    • Punjab farmers produce
      • 20 million tons of grain every year
      • 3 million tons of fresh produce every year
      • 30 million liters of milk every day
    • US $ 2 billion investment by 3 Major Companies
      • Reliance Industries
      • Bharti-Rothschild
      • ITC Ltd
    • Focus on
      • Export & marketing Farm fresh produce, processed foods, Dairy, Meats
      • Promoting Safe, Hygienic, Sustainable, Organic farm practices
      • International standards for Hygiene, Health
  • Largest integrated network at ground level
    • 52 Rural Business Hubs
      • Collection / purchase of produce
      • Distribution of Agricultural inputs
      • Domestic marketing needs of farmer’s family
      • Entertainment and intainment for farmer
      • Education and healthcare hub
    • 250 RBH extensions
    • No. of villages to be covered: 12000
    • Huge employment opportunity at farmgate
    • World class Infrastructure
    • Strong farmer relationships
    • Disintermediation & ‘demand led production’
  • Business and Investment Opportunities in Agri sector
    • Processing, grading and Packaging
    • Handling system
    • Cold chain and logistics
    • Largest Food Retailing network
    • Massive export drive
    • Productivity focus in F&V, Dairy, coarse grains
    • Micro Irrigation
    • Energy (Bio Diesel)
    • Bio-Technology
    • Farm Inputs & Mechanization
    • Credit & Insurance Risk management
    • Facilitate creation of ‘Common Indian Market’
  • Challenges and Opportunities in Punjab
    • Power situation-2.5 time the national average but still short on demand
    • Relatively higher land costs- land being very fertile
    • Stagnant Agriculture – Needs second break through
    • Water Management – Lowering of water table because of Extensive agricultural activity
    • Sex-ratio and female feticide
  • www.doit.gov.in Punjabsewa.gov.in www.punjabinfotech.org Punjab.gov.in THANK YOU
      • Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi, IAS,
      • MD,Punjab Infotech, Chandigarh
      • Tel. 0172-2604892( Telefax ), 2704717
      • Residence: # 906, Ministerial Complex,
      • Sector 39-A, Chandigarh Tel.:0172- 2688609
      • Director-cum-Secretary, Department of Information Technology, Commissioner, NRI Affairs
      • Government of Punjab,
      • E-Mail :-
      • [email_address] [email_address] doit@punjabmail,gov.in
      • [email_address]
    ?
  • Advantage Punjab – Automotive and Engineering Industry
    • Light Engineering Industries identified as a priority
    • Many industrial clusters
    • Provides more than 75% of the country’s requirement for bicycles, sewing machines, hosiery and sports goods; 7% of the total tractors production in the country
    • Focused institutional support structure being created with UNDP and UNIDO help
      • Institute of Auto Parks, Focal Point Ludhiana
      • Institute of Machine Tool Technology, Focal Point, Batala
    • One of the fastest growing automobile markets in the country
  • Auto Component Industry in Punjab
    • There are number of auto-components in small scale sector located in the area/ region like Ludhiana, Jalandhar in Punjab
    • Large and medium scale units in Punjab’s auto part industry accounts for around 10% of the total auto component production in India
    • Including 6000 small scale units, Punjab’s share in total auto component production in India will be much higher
    • The State also exports auto components to UK, Germany, US, Africa and Gulf countries
    • Exports of auto components including diesel engine and parts at Rs.397 crores is around 6% of total export of auto components from India (2004-05)
  • Opportunities for Auto Component Industry in Punjab
    • A fast growing domestic market
    • India is fast becoming a hub for global sourcing
    • Investments of auto and auto component majors in India are on the rise
    • Exemption from homologation for R&D purposes
    • Lesser number of platforms but more variants per platforms for all auto majors, making production in small lots viable
  • Key Players in Punjab
    • Avon Cycles Ltd
    • DCM Engineering
    • GNA Axles
    • Goetze (India)
    • Hero Cycles
    • Highway Industries
    • International Tractors
    • Majestic Auto
    • Punjab Tractors
    • Rockman Industries
  • Textile Industry in Punjab
    • Occupies an important place in the economy of Punjab
    • Textile accounts for 29% of fixed investment, 17% of manufacturing output, 21% of industrial employment and 40% of the total exports from the State.
    • State has 10% share of total yarn production and 7% of total mill made fabric production in the country
    • Textile exports basket includes exports of yarns, fabrics, knitwear and readymade garments.
    • State has about 116 large and medium scale industrial units and over 14000 small scale units producing textiles over 1.5 Bn US Dollars per annum
  • Textile advantage Punjab
    • Ample availability of cotton
    • Thriving textile clusters at Ludhiana, Amritsar and around Chandigarh
    • Availability of technical and managerial manpwoer
    • Skilled labour
    • Availability of women workers
    • Established textile houses like Vardhman, Nahar, Malwa, Trident, Arti
    • Sizable market for high quality textile products
    Installed Capacity 332 mn kg Production of yarn 23620 Powerlooms 1171 Looms (composite & exclusive weaving units) 1.7 million Spindles installed 3661 Power Looms Units 77 Composite mills 112 Spinning mills
  • Transforming Punjab: Our Strengths in a Nutshell Harmonious industrial relations Institutional Mechanism for fast Track Clearances & A Satisfied Investor Base High Quality of life and Social Infrastructure & An attractive domestic market Exemplary entrepreneurship & excellent work culture Telecom with built-in redundancy Quality Infrastructure - Industry parks, Built-up space Excellent Human resources & Availability of Manpower Visionary & responsive Administration committed to free enterprise Low cost & high quality power Peaceful law & Order environment Dynamic and productive people with overwhelming zest Strong and vibrant economy Stable Governments
  • Contacts
    • Ms. Ravneet Kaur IAS, Managing Director
    • Punjab State Industrial Development Corpn.Ltd (PSIDC)
    • Udyog Bhawan, 18 Himalaya Marg,
    • Sector 17, Chandigarh
    • Phone Nos. 91-172- 2702881,2 721660,2 704040
    • FAX:91-172-2704145
    • E-mail: psidc@glide.net.in, psidc@chd.nic.in & psidc@sancharnet.in
    • Sh. Himmat Singh IAS, Managing Director
    • Punjab Agro Industries Corpn.Ltd (PAIC)
    • 2A Sector 28A,
    • Madhya Marg
    • Chandigarh
    • Phone Nos. 91-172- 2657472,2657037
    • Fax: 91-172- 2657398, 2651561
    • E-mail: [email_address]
    PSIDC PAIC
    • Sh. Avinash Singh Chhatwal IAS, Managing Director
    • Punjab Infrastructure Development Board (PIDB)
    • SCO 89-90, Sector 34 A,
    • Chandigarh
    • Phone: 91-172-2665410 , 2665395, 2665417
    • Fax: 91-172-2665596
    • Email: mdpidb@glide.net.in
    • Sh. Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi IAS, Managing Director
    • Punjab Information & Communication Technology Corporation Ltd.
    • Udyog Bhawan, 18 Himalaya Marg,
    • Sector 17, Chandigarh
    • Phone: 91-172-2704717, Fax: 91-172-2701595
    • Email: md@punjabinfotech.org
    • Website: www.punjabinfotech.org
    PIDB Punjab Infotech TO BE UPDATED
  • Punjab The Most Happening Place Today
  • Labour Law – Innovative Policy Initiatives
    • Self Certification in respect of labour & employment laws
      • Factories Act
      • Employment Exchange – Notification of vacancies Act
      • Payment of Wages Act
      • Workmen Compensation Act
      • Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act
      • Minimum Wages Act
      • Employees State Insurance Act
      • Industrial Employment Standing orders Act
      • Industrial Establishment (National Holidays) Act
      • Punjab Labour Welfare Fund Act
      • Payment of Bonus Act
      • Payment of Gratuity Act
      • Maturity Benefits Act
      • Child Labour Prohibition Act
      • Punjab Shop & Establishment Act
      • Permission to operate in three shifts
  • Some Findings from World Bank’s November 2004 Report on India’s manufacturing competitiveness
  • Respondents identifying power supply as a “major-to-severe” bottleneck to growth Source: World Bank
  • Respondents identifying Transport as a “major-to-severe” bottleneck to growth Source: World Bank
  • Days of inventory of major inputs Source: World Bank
  • Days needed to fill a skilled vacancy Source: World Bank
  • Percent of Respondents Identifying Infrastructure as major or severe obstacle Source: World Bank
  • Over 200 Prominent IT & BPO Companies Registered with STPI Mohali Existing Companies
    • Quark Media House
    • Infosys Technologies
    • Dell International
    • E2E Serwiz Solutions (Tata)
    • IDS Infotech
    • SE Biz Infotech
    • SME Business Services Ltd.
    The HUB of Information Technology & Knowledge Industry
    • Smart Data Enterprises
    • SE Biz Infotech
    • American Software Global Technologies
    • Semi-Conductor Complex Ltd.
    • Punjab Comm Ltd.
    • Center for Development of Advance Computing
  • Over 200 Prominent IT & BPO Companies Registered with STPI Mohali Existing Companies
    • BSNL
    • HFCL – Connect
    • Spice Telecom
    • Bharti-Airtel
    • Reliance Infocomm
    • Tata Infotel
    The HUB of Information Technology & Knowledge Industry
    • Orient Craft Ltd.
    • Lambodra Infotech
    • Hutch Mobile Service
    • VSNL
    • OC Fashion Technologies
  • New Companies in the Chandigarh Capital Region
    • Tata Consultancy Services
    • Infosys
    • HCL
    • Satyam Computers
    • Verseon of Adityo & Sabeer Bhatia (Hotmail fame)
    The HUB of Information Technology & Knowledge Industry
    • Wipro
    • IBM Daksh
  • India – China – Russia A New Triad Source: Fortune Asian Countries
    • US
    • Japan
    • Europe
    • India
    • Russia
    • China
    Existing Triad New Triad
    • Japan
    • Korea
    • China
    ASEAN + 3
  • India has maintained a leading share of the global offshore IT and BPO industries IT 2001 2005 -18.4 bn Others India Share of global offshore industry Percent 100% 18.4 35 65 38 62 62 US$8.5 bn 2001 2005 11.4 bn Others India Percent 100% 18.4 35 65 38 62 62 US$2.3 bn BPO Share of global offshore industry Source: NASSCOM
  • Human Resources
    • India’s competitive edge - its highly-skilled manpower
      • Over 380 universities (11,20 0 colleges)
      • 1500 research institutions
      • Over 200,000 engineering graduates
      • Over 300,000 post graduates from non-engineering colleges
      • 2,100,000 other graduates
      • Around 9,000 PhDs
    • Knowledge workers in software industry increased from 56,000 in 1990-91 to 650,000 in 2003;
      • to reach 2 million by 2008
    • Due to its young demographic profile, India would continue to be surplus in working population for a long-time
  • Global Business Leaders - On India “ India is a developed country as far as intellectual capital is concerned” “ India can be a major part of Dell’s operations and we are looking to capitalize on India’s human capital ” “ We are expanding our presence in India to take advantage of the ample R&D talent available” “ India is handling the most sophisticated projects in the world. I am impressed with the quality of work” JOHN CHAMBERS, CISCO JACK WELCH, GE MICHAEL DELL, DELL BILL GATES, MICROSOFT
  • “ I am impressed with the development made by Punjab in the area of IT” “ Since the market is opening, Mohali by virtue of its strategic location provides a good market for Software business and IT Service Providers. Infrastructure in Chandigarh and Mohali is better than that in Bangalore .” Prof. Mohanbir Singh Sawhney Kellog Graduate School of Management Nandan M. Nilekani CEO, President & MD Infosys Technologies Limited “ Infosys took a decision to establish a centre in North India and finalised on Mohali after considering the issues involved and the advantages of the city in terms of a better quality of life, lower living costs, pollution free environment and a less stressful life for our employees. Further, the positive and professional approach of the Government and STP helped us immensely in setting up the centre” Fred Ebrahimi Chairman, Quark (USA) What Global Business Leaders say about us
  • “ With metropolitan cities like Delhi, Bangalore becoming crowded and expensive, the attention is shifting to cities like Mohali and Chandigarh. The difference between a perfectly successful, world-class enterprise and on ehtat is not so lies in a key difference bwetween them: QUALITY.” “ Considering that Punjab is fast emerging as the IT Capital of North, has decided to invest Rs.1000 crores in bio-technology project to be promoted jointly with Trident Group. Azim H. Premji Chairman & MD, Wipro Ltd. “ The Company goes where it finds talent and not just where it can save money. We are very pleased with the talented workforce in Mohali. Punjab Government’s support and commitment to Information Technology are positive signals for growth for there is tremendous potential for business in this region.” Sabeer Bhatia Founder, Hotmail What Global Business Leaders say about us MICHAEL DELL, DELL
    • SLIDE 1
      • Why should investors set up a manufacturing facility in the state of ____________ ??
      • Industrial clusters that exist in these states
    • SLIDE 2
      • Articulate a masterplan/ roadmap for promoting manufacturing locations by each state
      • Manufacturing sites identified & commitment for land acquisition
      • Current status of these projects
    • SLIDE 3
      • Planned infrastructure in these manufacturing locations (above the ground and below the ground)
      • Social infrastructure
      • Proximity to ports/ airports
      • External/internal linkages and connectivity
      • Availability of skilled labor
      • Proximity to colleges/ vocational schools
    • SLIDE 4
      • Single window clearance for all Central/ State formalities and other investor facilitation
      • Assigning a senior state official as a “relationship manager”
    • SLIDE 5
      • Contact details of relevant officials
    NAM – suggested presentation outline
    • Number of SEZs approved by state
    • Location
    • Size
    • Master plan/ layout
    • Infrastructure available/ planned (both above the ground and below the ground)
    • Social infrastructure – housing/ schools/ hospitals/ recreation/ hospitality
    • Connectivity/ external linkages
    • Proximity to Highway/ Port// Airport
    • Focus on any industry cluster
    • Availability of skilled labor (proximity to colleges/ vocational institutes)
    • Current status and estimated time frame of availability for lease/ sale
    • Names of possible anchor tenants
    • Contact details of Promoters/ Developers
    SEZs – Details
    • Summary of meeting on June 7th:
      • Washington DC – Lunch from 12 Noon to 2-30 PM (Manufacturing) - confirmed
    • Deliverables and next steps :
      • Draft presentation to be ready by May 26
      • Need names of delegation members (senior representation - maximum 3)
      • Delegates from respective states to be present in Washington by June 6 th for a dinner meeting (dry run)
    Washington Meetings summary and next steps
    • 5,000 year old ancient civilization
    • 325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects
    • 18 official languages
    • 29 states, 5 union territories
    • 3.28 million sq. kilometers - Area
    • 7,516 kilometers - Coastline
    • 1.3 Billion population.
    • 5600 dailies, 15000 weeklies and 20000 periodicals in 21 languages with a combined circulation of 142 million.
    • GDP $780 Billion. (GDP rate 8%)
    • Parliamentary form of Government
    • Worlds largest democracy.
    • Worlds 4th largest economy.
    • World-class recognition in IT, bio-technology and space.
    • Largest English speaking nation in the world.
    • 3 rd largest standing army force, over 1.5 Million strong.
    • 2 nd largest pool of scientists and engineers in the World.
    India
  • Quality Power in Abundance Lowest power rate in India, Rs.3.72 (Aus$ 0.110) per unit compared to an all India average of Rs.4.50 (Aus$ 0.130) per unit Source: Statistical Abstract of Punjab. Haryana Gujarat Tamil Nadu Karnataka Andhra Pradesh Rajasthan Maharashtra 0 50 100 150 200 Per capita installed capacity (Watts) All-India: 91 131 90 139 112 95 97 51 179 Punjab
  • Investments Till Date
    • Investment of Rs.3472.38 crore already made in approved projects.
    • Includes:-
      • USD 449.49 million in manufacturing units
      • USD 154.30 million in Industrial Parks
      • USD 56.13 million in Multiplex Projects
      • USD 111.71 million in Housing Projects
  • Punjab has one of the lowest crime rates in India Punjab has Lowest Crime Rates in India 185 All India 52 Punjab Crime rate / 1,00,000 population/ Per Year 250 Kar. 226 Mah. 218 TN 146 AP
  • Mohali Initiatives Mohali - The Emerging Industries Capital Mohali has the wherewithal to draw in substantial private investment Strategic interventions are required to make this happen
    • Industry - strategic, emerging, “soft”
    • Software
    • Services - healthcare; business tourism
    • Floriculture
    • Electronics - revitalisation
    • Leisure & entertainment
    • Investor - cosmopolitan
    • Punjab NRI
    • Foreign direct investor
    • External (non-Punjab) medium / large
  • Mohali – The key Initiatives Mohali
    • Master planning
    • Greater Mohali area
    • Regulated development
    • Long-term perspective
    • Industry facilitation
    • Key institutional HQ at Mohali
    • Welcome counter at railway station
    • Representation in marketing outposts
    • Marketing
    • The “Smart City”
    • Replace Bangalore, Pune, as the emerging city in India
    • Infrastructure
    • SOFTOP
    • Land banking
    • Convention facilities
    • Education & healthcare
    • Public transport
    • Governance
    • Greater Mohali Authority & District
    • Computerisation of administration
    • Lifestyle
    • Golf course
    • 5-star hotels
    • Helipad
    • Cricket stadium
  • Ludhiana /Jalandhar Initiatives Ludhiana / Jalandhar - The traditional industries hub
    • Urban revitalisation
    • Development master-planning
    • Industry relocation
    • Large-scale infusion of funds
    • Revival of existing industries through technology, support
    • Textiles
    • Leather & rubber
    • Sports goods
    • Engineering
    • Focus on urban / lifestyle industry for second generation resident
    • Real estate
    • Leisure & amusement
  • Business Cities – Infrastructure
    • Mohali, Chandigarh
    • Amritsar
    • Jalandhar
    • Ludhiana
    • Patiala
    • Bathinda
    International Airport, Guru Nanak Dev University, Medical Research College, International Trading Centre, Hotels & Tourism Oil Refinery Project, Thermal Power Plant Punjabi University, Thapar Institute of Technology, Medical Research College, National Sports School, National Law School State Agriculture University, International Airport, Rail Freight Corridor Punjab Technical University, National Institute of Renewable Energy, National Institute of Technology, Science City, Panjab University, Medical Research Institute, Engineering University, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research, Institute of Microbial Technology, Airport
  • Setting Of Special Economic Zone
    • Well established Policy Notified By The Punjab Government.
    • Minimum area of 1000 Hectare for General Purpose and 10 Hectare for product specific SEZ.
    • Incentives under the Punjab SEZ Policy
      • Single window clearance.
      • Freedom to setup independent Power Plant.
      • Exemption from Sales Tax/ VAT, octroi, Electricity duty, Stamp duty, Registration Fee & Property/ House Tax, Education/ infrastructure & other cess.
      • Self certification in respect of labour laws.
      • Tax benefits as per scheme of Govt of India.
  • Setting up of Industrial Park
    • Well established Policy Notified By The Punjab Government.
    • Development of Land for Industrial Parks/ Estates/ Agro Parks/ IT Parks/ Biotech parks.
    • Minimum Land for development shall be 10 acres.
    • Permission to develop 60% of area for industrial activity, 30% for residential & 10% for commercial.
    • FAR & Ground coverage as per applicable bye laws & regulations
    • Exemption from payment of land use conversion fee.
    • Benefits applicable as per Industrial Policy 2003.
    • Special benefits for Mega Projects with investments exceeding Rs 100 crores.