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  • 1. DESTINATIONMAHARASHTRA
    OpportunitiesUnlimited
    GovernmentofMaharashtra
    By s.jayendrakrishna
    MaharashtraIndustrialDevelopmentCorporation(MIDC)
  • 2. Major ports in India
  • 3. MaharashtraPorts–ForgingAhead
    • Brief on maharastra port sector
    • 4. Maharashtrahas720kmlongcoastline;10%ofIndia’scoastline
    • 5. TheStatehasfivedistrictsalongthecoastline
    • 6. Twomajorports:MbPT(MumbaiPortTrust)locatedinMumbai ,
    JNPT(JawaharlalNehruPortTrust)inRaigaddistrict
    • JNPTisthelargestcontainerportinIndiawhileMbPtisnatural
    deep-waterharbourof400sq.Kms.
    • JNPTandMbPTaccountforthelargestshareofexports-importsand
    trans-shipmentinthecountry
    • MbPTwith18,700employeeisthebiggestemployeramongthe
    majorportsinIndia.
    • Maharashtrahas48minorports,with14operationalports
  • Growth trajectory of maharastra port sector
    ► MaharashtraPortsshowedastrongpositivegrowthinitsperformanceintheyear2009-10
    ► TheStatecollectivelyhandledthemaximumtrafficinIndia
  • 7. Government initiatives: GreenfieldPortPolicy2010
    TheGreenfieldPort policyenvisagesan investmentofINR 22,775Croresinits minorports
    SalientfeaturesoftheGreenfield:Po
    BasedonBOOST(Build,Own,Operate,Share,andTransfer)model
    ► Concessionperiod–50yrs(includesconstructionperiodof5yrs)
    ► Leaseofgovernmentlandatmarketvalue
  • 8. ► Exemptionfromthepaymentofregistrationfeeandstampduty
    ► MaharashtraMaritimeBoard(MMB)willactastheNodalagencyforlandacquisition
    ► SharingofconstructionandmaintenancecostofapproachroadandwatersupplybyMMB p
    ► Thecostofconstructionofroadswillbebornbytheinvestors policy2010
  • 9. MajorMaritimePlayers
    MaharashtraPortSector
    Page21
    PortandLogisticSector
  • 10. Textile industry
  • 11. Textile industry
    • The Textile industry in the state economic structure occupies an important place
    Why…… b.coz
  • 12. State of Maharashtra is..
    • having 3.5 million hectares of cotton cultivations
    • 13. producing 6.7million bales per annum(second highest in country)
    • 14. 3.96 million installed spindles
    • 15. 10.054 million installed rotors
    • 16. production capacity of 368.45 million kilograms of spun yarn
    • 17. 339.51 million kilograms of man-made filament yarn
    .
  • 18.
    • 10.14 lakh power looms
    • 19. power looms -producing about 10123.78 million meter cloth per annum direct employment to 2.00 million people
    • 20. In addition to this, there are 30000 handlooms in the state.
    • 21. These handlooms are deeply rooted to the tradition and heritage of the state.
    • 22. In fact, these handlooms are structurally weak but traditionally strong
  • Incentives given by the government
    Special capital incentive
    The Interest Subsidy
    Sectorial Initiatives
    scheme of N. C. D. C
    Rehabilitation scheme
    NABARD for capital incentive
    supply electricity to the power loom holders at concessional rate.
    Housing For Textile Workers
  • 23. IT INDUSTRY
    ABOUT IT IN MAHARASTRA….
    369 private IT Parks are in progress
    55/369 Parks have already been set up, generating employment for 1.27 lakh persons.
    Generates > 6.62 lakh new jobs ,when remaining completed
    Maharashtra is one among the top three States in IT exports.(inc by 135%)
    The growth rate of FDI in the State’s IT sector
    has been the highest in the country.
  • 24. Incentives
    Additional FSI and other benefits for IT Parks
    exempt from payment of Electricity Duty
    Level of exempt of Stamp Duty depending on the size and location .
    Property tax shall be levied on IT-ITES units at par with residential rates.
  • 25. Agriculture Maharashtra
  • 26.
  • 27. Land Utilisation Pattern
    Area fig. in “00’ ha.
  • 28. INCENTIES:
    Maharashtra Agriculture Productivity ImprovementCampaign
    (MAHPIC)
    Farmer Field Schools
    To sanction loans @ 6%
    Soil health improvement project
    Efficient use of Water
    Increasing Seed Replacement rate
    To increase fertilizer use efficiency
    Plant Protection
    Debt Relief Scheme
  • 29. Maharashtra: The Preferred Industrial Investment Destination
    due to its….
    • geographical position
    • 30. 13% contribution of national GDP
    • 31. Percaptia income of 19% which is higher than country percaptia income
    • 32. Its 96.88 million people (9.4 % of country’s population) produce over 19% of the
    country’s National Output
    • forefront of economic development
    and is often called the economic powerhouse of the country.
  • 33. Policies of the govt for the support to industires
    • Industrial Promotion Subsidy:
    New SSI/MSI/LSI (including IT/BT) units
    Expansion units
    • Additional Incentives:
    • 34. Special Incentives for Units coming up in Districts low in HDI:
    • 35. Interest Subsidy:
    • 36. Exemption from Electricity Duty:
    • 37. Waiver of Stamp Duty:
    • 38. Refund of Octroi / Entry Tax in lieu of Octroi
    • 39. Octroi Exemption on Raw Material
    • 40. Modification of seed money scheme
  • From all these polices ,
    we can decide Maharashtra is the right place for entrepreneurs
  • 41. THANK YOU