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  • U T TA R A K H A N D October 2007 www.ibef.org
  • STATE ECONOMY & SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE www.ibef.org
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Uttarakhand – A Snapshot • State of Uttarakhand was formed on 9th of November, 2000 as the 27th state of India • Formed by carving out the 14 hilly districts of the State of Uttar Pradesh • Strategically located and forms part of the Northern boundary of the country sharing borders with Nepal and Tibet (China); touches Tibet in the North, Himachal Pradesh in the West and Northwest, gangetic plains of Uttar Pradesh in the south and Nepal in the East • Uttarakhand has diverse geographical features ranging from snow-capped mountain peaks in the north to the tropical forests in the south; equally diverse is its climate and vegetation
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Uttarakhand – A Snapshot • One of the five states in India to be declared as UNESCO’s World Heritage Biodiversity sites • Occupies an area of 53,483 sq km and has a population of 8.5 million • Administrative and legislative capital is Dehradun
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Socio – Economic Snapshot Capital Dehradun Area 53,483 sq km Population (Census 2001) 8.5 million Density (2001) 158 per sq km Sex Ratio (Census 2001) 962 females per 1000 males Principal Languages Hindi, Garhwali, Kumaoni Literacy Rate 71.6% (Census 2001) Major Minerals Limestone, soapstone and magnesite Major Industries Hydropower, floriculture, horticulture, agro-based and food processing industries, information and communication technology, biotechnology Major Crops Rice, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Mandua, Hangora GSDP at current prices US$ 5,365.6 million in 2004-05
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Socio – Economic Snapshot NSDP at current prices US$ 5,060.2 million in 2004-05 Annual Per Capita Income US$ 595.26 at current prices in 2004-05 Domestic Airports Jolly Grant, Pant Nagar Source: Uttarakhand State official website Source: Official website of Ministry of External Affairs, GOI www.indiainbusiness.nic.in Source: Indiastat
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Economic Profile • Gross State Domestic product (GSDP) at GSDP (in million US$) current prices in 2004-2005 (as of Feb 2006) 2004-05 5365.56 was US$ 5,365.6 million 2000-01 2845.81 • Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) of the state at Current Prices (2004-05) was US$ 5,060.2 million 1996-97 1916.66 • The service sector contributes to more than half of 1993-94 1332.22 the state’s GDP at 51%, followed by the agricultural 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 and mining sector at 24% and the manufacturing Source: Uttarakhand State Government sector at 25% in 2004-05
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Economic Profile • State is essentially driven by the tertiary sector; Sector Contribution to GSDP (2004-05) tourism is one of the key sectors with a major contribution to the state’s economy 25% • 24% of the GSDP contributed by the primary sector which includes agriculture, cultivation, 51% mining activities etc. 24% n Teritiary Sector n Primary Sector n Secondary Sector Source: Uttarakhand State Government
  • STAT E E C O N O M Y & S O C I O -ECONOMY PROFILE UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Socio-Economic Profile • Per capita income grew at a CAGR of Per Capita (In US$) 5.2% per annum between 1993-94 and 2004-05 2004-05 595 • In 2004-05, the per capita income of the state stood 2000-01 338 at US$ 595 1996-97 245 • State’s literacy rate has increased considerably from 57.75% in 1991 to 71.60% in 2001; higher than India’s 1993-94 178 average literacy rate of 65.38% 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 • Work Participation Rate (WPR) is 36.93% for Source: Uttarakhand State Government Uttarakhand and 39.30% for India as per 2001 Census
  • INFRASTRUCTURE STATUS www.ibef.org
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure Railways • Deployed 345 kms of rail routes by 2005-06 • As on 31 March 2005, density of rail routes is 6.45 route km for every thousand sq km • State plans to increase the share of railways in cargo and passenger transportation • Efforts being made in conjunction with the Urban Development Department to establish ‘Mono Rail System’ in Dehradun, Haridwar and Rishikesh and their inter-city linkage routes
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure Airways Flight Connectivity Only from Delhi No. of Airports 2 • State aims at positioning air-transport as a reliable all-weather transport option in hills • Upgradation work at the Pantnagar Airport to facilitate international flights is under progress • Government has allocated US$ 0.23 million for construction of at least one helipad per district
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure Roads Total Road Network 27,509.58 Km National Highways 1,327.60 Km • Total length of road in the state in 2005-06 State Highways 1,542.78 Km was 27,509.58 km. • 9,419 villages out of a total of 15,656 connected as on March, 2005 • Public Works Department of the state has planned several Build–Operate–Transfer projects under Public Private Partnerships • US$ 88.75 million was spent on road transport in 2005-06, 40% higher than the previous year’s expenditure
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure Transport Network in Uttarakhand
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure – Power & Urban Urban Infrastructure Input 2001 2006 Growth/ Achievement • Urban infrastructure development became a priority Villages Electrified (Nos.) 12563 14377 1814 sector for the state government since 2005-06 with Hamlets Electrified (Nos.) 703 3368 2665 an allocation of US$ 20.33 million for its activities BPL Connections (Nos.) - 82243 82243 PTW Connections (Nos.) 16667 19107 2440 which was further increased to US$ 58.84 million Consumers (Nos.) 816949 10653 248407 for the year 2006-07 Rural Electrification 79 95.48 95.48 % (incl. UREDA ) • State housing projects have been taken up under AT&C Losses % 45.07 45.07 45.07 various urban infrastructure development projects; Annual Per Capita 413 654 241 275 acre housing project in Haridwar is one of the Consumption (KWh) Human Capital Workforce (Nos.) 5807 4998 instances of such projects 4998 • With an aid of US$ 15.12 million from the Source: Uttarakhand State Government Government of India, conservation and rejuvenation project of Naini Lake and four other lakes in the surrounding areas has been taken up
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure – Power & Urban Power Input 2001 2006 Growth/ Achievement • Being developed as an ‘energy state’ to tap its huge Villages Electrified (Nos.) 12563 14377 1814 hydro electric power generation potential of Hamlets Electrified (Nos.) 703 3368 2665 20,000 MW BPL Connections (Nos.) - 82243 82243 PTW Connections (Nos.) 16667 19107 2440 • State intends to increase its capacity to 5,000 MW Consumers (Nos.) 816949 10653 248407 of hydro electric power by 2011-12 Rural Electrification 79 95.48 95.48 % (incl. UREDA ) • State has simultaneously supported alternate sources AT&C Losses % 45.07 45.07 45.07 of power generation; solar water heaters with heating Annual Per Capita 413 654 241 Consumption (KWh) capacity of 97,500 litres per day, 7 biogas-bracketing Human Capital Workforce (Nos.) 5807 4998 4998 plants, 12 solar plants and a state-level energy park in Dehradun Source: Uttarakhand State Government
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Urban Infrastructure • Concentrated effort to ensure supply of pure drinking Drinking Water Supply Details in Uttarakhand (2005-06) water; state government is encouraging traditional Inhabited Revenue Villages Covered 15,547 methods of water harvesting like nauley, dharey, chal Population Covered 6.142 million and khal Scarcity Villages 4 Scarcity Hamlet • In 2005-06, US$ 76.28 million spent on improvement (i) Not Covered (N.C.) 4,362 of water supply systems; government proposes to (ii) Partially Covered (P.C.) 13,622 spend US$ 86.05 million on further improving the Source: Uttarakhand State Government water supply in the state during 2006-07
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Urban Infrastructure • Government has undertaken development of total Development under Total Sanitation for Village in Uttrakhand sanitation systems for villages in the state Garbage 5,067 • Worked at developing the waste-disposal system Pits 5,823 under “Total Sanitation” campaign Soakpits 2,834 5,330 • Partial sewer arrangements have been provided in Compost one-third of the towns in the state. Pits 4,506 7,590 Constructed Individual 10,316 Toilets 31,549 Constructed 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 n 2000-01 n 2005-06 Source: Uttarakhand State Government
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Social Infrastructure - Health State has a good network of hospitals and health State Allopathic Hospitals and Dispensary centres; created the health and population policy District Level Hospital 14 to improve the quality of life of its people by focusing Base Hospital 3 on developing an effective health infrastructure P.H.C./Additional P.H.C. 224 Community Health Centre 49 Following are some of the objectives laid down State Allopathic Hospitals 322 by the state in its health and population policy: Joint/ Women Hospital 40 Tehsil/ Dist. Level 24 • Eradicate polio by 2007; Post partam Centre Health Post 9 • Reduce the level of leprosy to below Tuberculosis Hospital/Clinic 18 1 per 10,000 population by December 2007; Leprosy 3 Beds in Govt. Hospitals 7,676 Source: Uttarakhand State Government
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Social Infrastructure - Health • Reduce mortality on account of tuberculosis, Family Welfare Services malaria, other vector and water-borne diseases Women and Child Welfare Centres 2 by 50% by 2010; Main Centres 84 Women and Child Welfare 1,631 • Reduce prevalence of blindness from around Sub-Centres 1 to 0.3% by 2010; • Reduce Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) Other Hospitals by 50% of the present level by 2010; Homeopathic Hospital/Dispensary 97 Ayurvedic Hospitals 495 • Increase awareness on HIV/AIDS Unani Hospitals 3 Source: Uttarakhand State Government
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Social Infrastructure - Education State has to its credit some of the country’s best Basic/ Secondary Education institutes of higher learning like: Numbers of Schools/ Colleges 20,875 Number of Students 2,142,888 • GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology Numbers of Teachers 80,154 in Pantnagar; • Indian Institute of Technology in Roorkee Higher Education • Forest Research Institute in Dehradun Number of Institutions 98 Number of Students 119,846 • GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment Number of Teachers 1,581 and Development in Almora Source: Uttarakhand State Government • Rural Biotechnology Complex in Kosi and Herbal Research and Development Institute, Gopeswar
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Social Infrastructure - Education • With a current literacy rate of 71.6%, the state strives Vocational and Technical Education to achieve 95% literacy rate, for which it has adopted Industrial Training Institutes 104 a three-fold strategy with the following elements: Polytechnics 30 Distant Institute of Education 9 * 100% enrolment and Training * 100% retention Source: Uttarakhand State Government * Continuous Education Programme • State plans to achieve 100% computer literacy for students by the end of the 10th five-year plan • For this purpose the state has worked at improving the IT infrastructure at all levels beginning with educational institutions
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure – Telecom & IT • Well-developed communication network including Communication Infrastructure in Uttarakhand (2005-06) both wired and wireless connectivity Postal and Communication Services Number of units Post Offices 2,719 • Establishment of a Software Technology Park of Number of Telephone Exchanges 453 India Earth Station at Dehradun and proposed Earth Telegraph Offices 163 stations at other locations has positioned Uttarakhand PCOs 14,577 well with respect to providing high speed connectivity. Telephone Connections 404,163 (Including WLL) by BSNL • Information Technology Department has actively Mobile phone connections by BSNL 283,941 worked in developing two information technology Source: Uttarakhand State Government parks in the state in 2005-06.
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Physical Infrastructure – Telecom & IT • The Uttarakhand State Wide Area Network Key Highlights (USWAN) project proposed has been approved • Development of PKI/Smart Card Infrastructure by the Government of India. • World’s first Microsoft IT Academy was established • By the end of 2006-07, the state aims at having the in Dehradun required Information Technology infrastructure for • Uttarakhand is among the leading states in computer education USWAN and Data Centre in place.
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Industrial Infrastructure • State has transformed an essentially agrarian state into a hub of industrial activity. During 2005-06, the state successfully developed the following: * 3 Integrated Industrial Estates (IIEs) at Haridwar, * Pantnagar and Sitarganj * Pharma City at Salequi * Information Technology Park at Sahastradhana (Dehradun) * Growth Center at Siggadi (Kotdwar)
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Industrial Infrastructure • In 2005-06, Uttarakhand also saw the development of 20 Private/Joint/Co-operative sector industrial sectors in Public-Private Partnership mode • Some of the other efforts made in this direction include: * Provision of broadband connectivity for all industries in the state * Proposed strengthening of single window – Contact, Information and Facilitation mechanism during 2006-07
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Industrial Infrastructure Industrial estates at a glance Name of the Estate Location Location Financial Incentives Proposed Industries Integrated Industrial 3 kms from Delhi-Haridwar 2,034 acres • 100% Central Excise exemption for 10 years • Cosmetics and allied Estate - Haridwar National Highway • 100% Income Tax exemption for first 5 years • Plastic and allied and 30% for next 5 years • Apparel and allied • Central Sales Tax @1% for 5 years • Agro food and allied • Capital Investment Subsidy @15% with • Pharma products a maximum of US$ 73,170 • Electrical, electronics and allied • Institutional, commercial and allied Integrated Industrial National Highway number NH-87 3,339 acres • 100% Central Excise exemption for 10 years • Cosmetics and allied Estate - Pantnagar • 100% Income Tax exemption for first 5 years • Plastic and allied and 30% for next 5 years • Apparel and allied • CST @1% for 5 years • Agro Food and allied • Capital Investment Subsidy @15% with • Pharma products a maximum of US$ 73,170 • Electrical, Electronics and allied • Furniture hub • Institutional, commercial and allied
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Industrial Infrastructure Industrial estates at a glance Name of the Estate Location Location Financial Incentives Proposed Industries Integrated Industrial Estate, Sitarganj 15 km north of Sitarganj town 1,200 acres NA NA Pharma City, Selaqui Industrial 25 Km from Dehradun 50 acres • 100% Central Excise exemption for 10 years • Pharmaceutical formulation Area, Dehradun industry to be preferred • 100% Income Tax exemption for first 5 years and 30 % for next 5 years • CST @1% for 5 years • Capital Investment Subsidy @15% with a maximum of US$ 73,170 Sigaddi Growth Centre 120 Km from Dehradun 100 acres • 100% Central Excise exemption for 10 years • Thrust sector industries only • 100% Income Tax exemption for first 5 years and 30 % for next 5 Years • CST @1% for 5 years • Capital Investment Subsidy @15% with a maximum of US$ 73,170
  • IN F R A S T RU C T U R E S TAT U S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Industrial Infrastructure Industrial estates at a glance Name of the Estate Location Location Proposed Facilities State-of-the-Art Information Sahastradhara road 60 acres • Ready-to-occupy hi-tech intelligent building Technology Park • Developed plots of varying sizes • Academic zone for educational and research organisations • STPI Incubation center to promote local entrepreneurs • Large tracts of land have been devoted to green areas and open spaces • Habitat centre to cater to business support and recreational needs of the occupants • Other support facilities such as conference hall, training centres, guest house, travel and forex service, banks and ATMs, multi-cuisine food court, health club with gym, medical centre, serviced apartments, library and information bureau, indoor and outdoor sport facilities like squash, tennis, badminton courts, billiards etc. Source: State Infrastructure & industrial development corporation of Uttarakhand Ltd
  • STATE POLICIES & INCENTIVES www.ibef.org
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 State Level Policies New State Industrial Policy 2003 • Aim of the policy is to provide a comprehensive, investor-friendly environment for rapid and sustainable industrial development • Thrust of the policy is on generating additional employment opportunities and increasing the State Domestic Product
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 State Level Policies New State Industrial Policy 2003 • Policy aims at promoting Public Private Partnerships in development and management of infrastructure projects such as: * Industrial Estates and Growth Centers * IIDCs, Special Economic and Commodity Zones and Parks * Theme parks, tourism infrastructure, development of new tourist destinations, airports/helipads / airstrips, roads and power projects • New policy also focuses on promoting small scale, cottage, khadi and village industries, handicrafts and handloom sectors
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 State Level Policies Tourism Policy The tourism policy of the state aims at: • Placing Uttarakhand on the tourism map of the world as one of the leading tourist destinations, and to make Uttarakhand synonymous with tourism • Developing the manifold tourism related resources of the state in an eco-friendly manner, with the active participation of the private sector and the local host communities • Developing tourism as a major source of employment and income/revenue generation and as a pivot of the economic and social development in the state
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 State Level Policies Information Technoloy Policy • Encourage the use of Information Technology in the Government not only as a tool for management and decision support systems but also to re-engineer the processes of the Government to provide a more efficient, transparent, accountable and responsive government to its citizens • Upgrade the quality of life of citizens of the State by facilitating easy access to consumer applications of Information Technology • Encourage private sector initiatives for the development of world class Information Technology infrastructure adequate for the needs of the citizens, the industry and the Government.
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 State Level Policies • Upgrade and develop manpower skills required for the Information Technology industry and to accelerate the use of Information Technology in schools, colleges and other educational institutions with a view to providing skills and knowledge to the youth so as to render them fit for employment in this industry • Use Information Technology as a GDP driver by promoting IT industry in the state, developing the state as an attractive IT destination with a view to generate employment for youth in this sector and raising their earning capacity and simultaneously realizing the export as well as domestic revenue potential in this sector
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 State Level Incentives Category Details of State level incentives for industries Capital Investment Subsidy • 15% central capital investment aid up to a maximum of US$ 73,170 for the establishment of new industrial units and for the purchase of equipment and machinery for significant improvement in existing units. Interest Subsidy • 3% annual relief on loans to new SSI units and SSI units expanding at least 25% provided the loan is availed from state level financial institutions or banks operating in Uttarakhand and have not defaulted in principal or interest payments. • 5% waiver on annual interests on loans on SSI units and units notified as thrust industries being set up in remote areas. Land Subsidy • Stamp duty concessions to be provided in respect of land in specialized commodity parks, including IT parks. Registration of patents • 75% of the cost (subject to a maximum of US$ 4,878) for registering patents shall be reimbursed and other IPR Power Subsidy No restriction in the state in using power during the peak hours Others Concessions • A 100% relief in the State Excise Duty for a period of ten years • A 100% relief in Income Tax for the first five years, and thereafter a 30% relief to companies and 25% relief for others • CST @ 1% for 5 years • Exemption from entry tax on plant and machinery for setting up industry, undertaking substantial expansion and modernisation • 100% exemption on entertainment tax for Multiplex projects for a period of 3 years • 100% exemption on entertainment tax on Amusement parks and Ropeways for a period of 5 years • 75% of the total expenditure incurred in obtaining national/international quality marks to be reimbursed • 50% of the cost incurred in installing pollution control equipments to be reimbursed • Matching State subsidy on approved projects of National Horticulture Board (NHB), Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), National Medicinal Plant Board (NMPB) Source: Government of Uttarakhand
  • STAT E P O L I C I E S & I N C E N T I VES UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Thrust Industries Thrust Industries • Floriculture • Sports goods and articles • Equipment for general physical exercise • Equipment for adventure sports/activities, tourism (to be separately specified) • Processing of medicinal and aromatic herbs • Paper and paper products excluding those in negative list (as per excise classification) • Honey • Pharma products • Horticulture and agro based industries such as • Information and communication technology industry • Sauces, ketchup, etc. • Computer hardware • Fruit juices and fruit pulp • Business process outsourcing • Jams, jellies, vegetable juices, puree, pickles etc. • Preserved fruits and vegetables • Processing of fresh fruits and vegetables including packaging • Processing, preservation, packaging of mushrooms • Food processing industry excluding those included in the negative list • Bottling of mineral water • Sugar and its by-products • Eco-tourism • Hotels, Resorts, Spa, Entertainment/Amusement parks and Ropeways • Silk and silk products • Industrial gases (based on atmospheric fraction) • Wool and woolen products • Handicrafts • Woven fabrics (Excisable garments) • Non-timber forest product based industries Source: Uttara Portal
  • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES www.ibef.org
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors Tourism Sector Specific Incentives • Tourism is an important sector for the Category Benefit Period (years) state’s economy New Rebate/deferment 5 • Uttarakhand is already a well-renowned pilgrim tourism units facility in respect of luxury tax destination from the date of commencement • During 2005, the state registered a growth of about New ropeways Exemption from 5 18% in domestic and 24% in international tourist payment of entertainment tax arrivals over the previous year from the date of commencement New amusement Exemption from 5 parks entertainment tax from the date of becoming fully operational
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors Tourism • Investment opportunities that exist in the tourism sector include: * Development of facilities for providing Spiritual lessons, Reiki, and other rejuvenating courses * Eco-tourism hotels, Spa, Resorts, Amusement parks and Ropeways * Winter sports at places such as Auly, which have the requisite terrain for the purpose * Adventure tourism
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors Agro and Food Processing • High bio-diversity makes the state an attractive destination for Agro and Food Processing Industries • State offers immense opportunities for establishing agro and food parks • Higher incentives being offered by MFPI for setting up units in Uttarakhand • State government is also providing various subsidies for projects under APEDA, NHB, MFPI and NMPB
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors Floriculture and Horticulture • Demand in domestic and international market has shifted the Government’s focus to floriculture and horticulture • Geographical location makes the state particularly conducive to commercial horticulture and floriculture • Immense opportunities for floriculture and horticulture parks in the state
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors Biotechnology • Rare species of plants and animals found in the state add to its natural advantage in this sector • Government plans to develop Uttarakhand as a centre of excellence in biotechnology • Government proposes to grant industry status to units coming up in the sector; provisions made for the IT sector shall be applicable to this sector as well
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors IT and Communication • IT and ITeS have been accorded industry status • Uttarakhand offers high-speed connectivity via an STPI earth station at Dehradun • Emerging as an ideal IT destination with an IT Park in Dehradun, an IT-BT Park in Pantnagar, and several other up-coming projects thereby offering immense opportunities in the sector Hydro power • Untapped potential for generating hydropower • State aims to position itself as the most competitive supplier to the Northern Grid • State has a potential to generate nearly 15,000 MW of hydropower and 47 locations have already been identified for private sector
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Attractive Sectors Forest Products • Excellent potential for the development of forest resources-based industries • Ample scope to develop industries based on forest and agro wastes such as lantana, pine needles and plant and vegetative fibers • State also offers immense opportunities for medicinal, aromatic plant and herbal export oriented units
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Emerging Opportunities Other Attractive Sectors Sericulture Sector has the prospect of emerging as a major sector in the years to come. Muga cocoon produced in the state is comparable to the best quality available in India Fisheries With Uttarakhand’s large water resources, the possibility of developing fisheries is immense. The Fisheries Policy declared in 2002 is devised aiming at integrated development of fisheries and use of scientific techniques
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Emerging Opportunities Other Attractive Sectors Tea Uttarakhand has emerged as the only state outside the traditional tea growing areas to produce Organic Orthodox Tea. It is also proposed to bring in additional acreage under tea plantation over the next few years. Bamboo and Fibre Developments State Government has established a Bamboo and Fibre Development Board to develop this sector.
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Investments in Uttarakhand Industrial Investment Inflow Share of Uttarakhand in Total Industrial Investment proposals 1.6 1.43 Period Total Proposed Proposed proposals Investment Employment 1.4 (US$ million) (Numbers) 1.2 1.0 0.87 Percentage IEM + IEM + % IEM + IEM + 1 LOI LOI Share LOI LOI 0.8 0.64 0.64 0.67 Mar-01 292 292 0.5 52,888 0.70 0.6 Mar-02 314 1,634 0.55 56,187 0.65 0.4 Mar-03 348 1,764 0.56 61,419 0.68 0.2 Mar-04* 490 2,087 0.59 76,422 0.69 0 Mar’01 Mar’02 Mar’03 Mar’04 Nov’04 Dec’05 Nov-04 596 2,561 0.65 90,188 0.77 Dec-05 950 14,989 0.79 152,170 1.27 Source: Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion Ministry of Commerce and Industry *Investment Proposals since March 2004 also include DILs
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Investments in Uttarakhand Year-wise Distribution of IEMS Filed in Uttarakhand till 31.12.2005 Year Numbers Proposed Investment (US$ million) Aug 1991 265 1,173.72 to Dec 2000 2001 21 128.60 2002 19 73.02 2003 110 220.00 2004 116 619.30 2005 2005 1,211.39 Source: Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion Ministry of Commerce and Industry
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Upcoming Investments Sector Expected Major Investors Investment envisaged in Uttrakhand (In US$ million) Investment 34.88 60.77 46.51 Automotive US$ Tata Motors, Hero Honda, 174.42 1767.44 million Ashok Leyland, M&M, Bajaj Auto. 34.88 Pharmaceuticals US$ Ranbaxy, Natco, Pegasus, 174.42 million Chris Pharma, Intas Labs, Martin and Harris Lab Processed Foods US$ Parle, Britannia, Nestle, 60.77 million Dabur, Raja Biscuits 1,767.44 Footwear US$ 46.51 million Action, Lakhani, and Liberty FMCG US$ 34.88 million Hindustan Lever Ltd, n Automotive n Pharmaceuticals CavinKare, Cosmos, Lotus, n Processed Foods n Footwear and Herbal Concept n FMCG n Information Technology Information US$ 34.88 million HP (Hewlett-Packard) Technology and HCL Infosystems
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors Name of Location Products Project Cost in US$ million Company ITC Limited IIE, Haridwar Food and personal 29.12 care products Britannia IIE, Pantnagar Biscuits and other 13.34 Industries Ltd food products Dabur India Ltd IIE, Pantnagar Health care, personal care, 11.44 ayurvedic cosmetics Cavinkare IIE, Haridwar Cosmetic, shampoos/creams, 6.05 Pvt. Ltd deodorants Twenty First IIE, Haridwar Printed packaging material, 5.83 Century cartons, boxes, shells and Printers Ltd labels Somany IIE, Haridwar Polyurethane foam 5.99 Foam Limited mattress, FT foam sheets Polar IIE, Haridwar Electrical fans, water lifting 4.99 Industries Ltd pumps, geysers, water purifiers and laminations Havell’s India Ltd IIE, Haridwar Electrical products 3.96 VIP Industries IIE, Haridwar Plastic moulded luggage 3.95 Ltd Lakhani India Ltd IIE, Haridwar Footwear and parts 3.70
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors ITC • One of India’s foremost private sector companies with a market capitalisation of nearly US$ 15 billion and a turnover of over US$ 4.75 billion • Established manufacturing facility in Uttarakhand for producing soaps and shampoos Hiltron • Independent corporation that initially worked to promote development of electronics and allied industries and services in Uttarakhand • Currently functioning as an IT and Communication service provider to the state under administrative control of department of IT
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors Tata Motors • Tata Motors, one of the leading firms in the country in the automobile sector has set up its fourth plant in Uttarakhand • This plant in Pantnagar has been set-up for manufacturing the firm’s mini truck named Ace Hero Honda • One of the leading brands in India for two wheelers • Established a new manufacturing plant in Haridwar • Plant is intended to have a capacity of 500,000 units
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors Ashok Leyland • Started work for a state-of-the-art, integrated manufacturing plant near Pantnagar in Uttarakhand • Planning to invest US$ 232.56 million to create assembly and cab facilities for 25,000 vehicles annually in the first phase • Scheduled to go on stream in 2008-09. Phase II is expected to be operational by 2010 Mahindra & Mahindra • Mahindra & Mahindra Limited (M&M) is a major automaker in India. • The new plant of the company in Uttarakhand is the company’s fifth full-scale automotive plant and has been set up primarily for the manufacture of three-wheelers of different load capacities and range
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors Hindustan Lever • HLL is India’s largest fast moving consumer goods company • Hindustan Lever Limited’s (HLL) state-of-the-art personal care factory, set up with an initial investment of US$ 30.23 million in SIDCUL’s IIE in Haridwar HCL Infosystems • One of the largest vertically integrated IT manufacturing company of India • Launched its manufacturing facility at Rudrapur, Uttarakhand in the SIDCUL Industrial Estate. • Overall capacity of HCL to 2 million personal computers per annum
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors Nestle India Ltd • Nestle is the world’s largest and most diversified food company • Around 2,50,000 employees worldwide, 500 factories in approximately 100 countries and offers over 8,000 products universally • Nestlé India has commissioned in 2006, its 7th factory at Pant Nagar in Uttarakhand
  • BU S I N E S S O P P O RT U N I T I E S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Investors Britannia • Britannia is one of India’s food products company, with an estimated 38% market share • Company’s principal activity is the manufacture and sale of biscuits, bread, cakes and dairy products like cheese, butter and milk • Established a plant in the Integrated Industrial Estate at Pantnagar
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  • DO I N G B U S I N E S S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Key Approvals Required List of Approvals Departments to be Consulted and Clearances Required Prior to setting up the unit Registration Industries Department Allotment of Land/Shed Uttarakhand Industrial Development Department Ltd./UttarPradesh State Industrial Development Department Ltd./ Industry Division, Uttarakhand Power load approval Uttarakhand State Electricity Department for construction load Approval for Construction of Building Labor Department Activity under Factories Act No Objection Certificate Department of Fire Provisional Trade Tax Registrations Central and State Excise Departments Registration under Central Sales Central and State Excise Departments Tax Act Before Commencement of Production Environmental clearances Uttarakhand Environment Protection and Pollution Control Board No Objection Certificate Department of Fire Permanent Trade Tax Registration Permanent Trade Tax Registration Registration under Central Sales Central and State Excise Departments Tax Act 1956
  • DO I N G B U S I N E S S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Cost of Doing Business S. No. Sector Cost 1 Manufacturing a Land Price 22 – 37 (US$/sq mt)* b Labor (US$/man year) 552 – 846 2 Industrial Electricity (US cents/unit) a Normal Hours 4.6 b Peak Hours 5.8 c Non-Peak Hours 4.4 3 Prime Lending Rate (%) 12.75% - 13.25% 4 Hotel Stay (US$/night) a 2 Star 37 – 49 b 3 Star 49 – 73
  • DO I N G B U S I N E S S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Business Climate Abundance of Natural Resources Expanding Industrial Infrastructure • Abundance of natural resources The state has seen considerable overall development as a result of the policies of the State Government. • Presence of many water bodies make it ideal for hydro power generation • Ample irrigation, favourable geographical and climatic conditions make it ideal for Agro based industries Location Advantage • Proximity to NCR makes it one of the nation’s leading market accessible from Uttarakhand • Also, the state has excellent connectivity to all its neighboring states
  • DO I N G B U S I N E S S UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Business Climate Favorable Policies and Incentives • Large benefits offered by state in terms of tax exemptions, reimbursements on loans, interest incentives, financial assistance, subsidies and concessions High Literacy Rates • State’s literacy average is above the national level • Abundant pool of talented human resources as Uttarakhand is host to some of the leading educational institutions in the country Proactive Government • Government is reputed for its efficiency which is very well reflected in the policies brought out by the state that addresses current issues in the administration
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  • OV E R A L L S TAT E C O M P E T I T I VENESS UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Advantage Uttarakhand • Proactive State Government and efficient administrative system • Wide range of fiscal and non-fiscal incentives • Excellent connectivity internally and to the National Capital Region (“NCR”) and continual development of good transportation infrastructure • Wide-spread opportunities in sectors like floriculture and horticulture • Presence of rare medicinal herbs, with over 175 species found in the state is an added advantage for the success of agro-based industries • Rich mineral deposits of limestone, soapstone and magnesite among other minerals providing opportunities in the mining sector
  • OV E R A L L S TAT E C O M P E T I T I VENESS UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Advantage Uttarakhand • Quality education infrastructure coupled with presence of premier institutes like Indian Institute of Technology in the district of Roorkee • Huge potential for hydropower generation as a result of vast water resources • Unmatched tourism potential for leisure, adventure, and religious tourism • Peaceful and secure industrial environment • Established industrial estates like Pantnagar, Dehradun, Haridwar, Selaqui and Sitarganj with all necessary infrastructure facilities • Presence of key industrial players like Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ashok Leyland, Hero Honda, Hindustan Lever, and HCL Info Systems Source: Uttarakhand State official website Official website of Ministry of External Affairs, GOI, www.indiainbusiness.nic.in, Indiastat
  • OV E R A L L S TAT E C O M P E T I T I VENESS UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Overall State Competitiveness Parameter Uttarakhand Opportunities in Type of Industry Tourism IT Based Industries Tea Based Industries Food Processing Industry Pharmaceuticals and bio-tech Agro Based Industry High Medium Low
  • OV E R A L L S TAT E C O M P E T I T I VENESS UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Overall State Competitiveness Parameter Uttarakhand Opportunities in Type of Industry Forest Based Industry Mineral Based Industry Engineering Industry Chemicals Industry Handloom and Handicrafts Sector High Medium Low
  • OV E R A L L S TAT E C O M P E T I T I VENESS UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Overall State Competitiveness Parameter Uttarakhand Policy Incentives Setting up and Carrying out Business Industrial Infrastructure Existing and Proposed Power Transportation Industrial Estates/Areas STP High Medium Low
  • OV E R A L L S TAT E C O M P E T I T I VENESS UTTARAKHAND • October 2007 Overall State Competitiveness Parameter Uttarakhand Industrial Infrastructure Existing and Proposed EPIP EPZ High Medium Low
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