LOCATION STUDY                 PRESENTED BY:                    Amalesh Deka                      Anoop Singh             ...
OBJECTIVE OF LOCATION STRATEGY       Maximize the benefit of        location to the firm
FACTORS AFFECTING LOCATION & SITEDECISIONS 1. Availability of raw material 2. Nearness to the potential market 3. Near to ...
SELECTION OF THE SITE FOR THEFACTORY•   Known as location analysis where firstly some    geographical area is selected & f...
COMPARATIVE COST CHART• Is appropriate where the location problem concerns  the placement of a single plant. This is based...
• The total cost is represented by the height of column for  each location. we select a location for which total cost is  ...
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSISIt involves1. calculation of the relative merits or cost     ratios for each of the factors,2. giving ...
• Let Cm1,Cm2,Cm3,…..Cmz are the costs associated with   site M for various cost factors. Cn1,Cn2,Cn3,…….Cnz   are of site...
COMPARISON OF QUALITATIVE FACTORS.• These are the factors to which cost values can’t be  assigned. Like lack of good schoo...
RANKING & WEIGHT METHOD1. Various locations are ranked acc. To their   contribution2. Various factors are assigned weights...
• Advantages &disadvantages of urban, rural &  sub-urban sites for a plant-  URBAN                   RURAL             SUB...
BACKWARD AREA & INDUSTRIAL POLICY• In the facilities location problems, the industrial policies of the   governments are v...
BACKWARD AREA & INDUSTRIAL POLICYContd.• All the districts in the country have been classified into four  categories:   – ...
DISTRICT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF READYMADEGARMENTS      (Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Karnataka, ...
DISTRICT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF READYMADEGARMENTS     (Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Karnataka, B...
DISTRICT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF READYMADEGARMENTS     (Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Karnataka, B...
PRODUCT GROUPING• In Bangalore, garment units are mainly  concentrated in the following area  – Bommanahalli  – Bommasandr...
PRODUCT GROUPINGLadies• Jacket• Blouses & Tops• Chooridar• PetticoatsGents:• Trousers• Shirts• Coats• T Shirts
PRODUCT GROUPING• Readymade garments for Gents : 60%• RMG for ladies : 30%• RMG for kids : 10%
DODDABALLAPURSITE LOCATION STUDY
GENERAL DETAILS
GENERAL INFORMATION• Coordinates:      13 17′31″N   77 32′35″E   /   13.292 N 77.543 E• Country: India• State: Karnataka...
SOIL• Red sandy soils derived from peninsular gneiss,  granites and laterites.     • red to brownish in color,     • shall...
CLIMATE AND RAINFALL• Salubrious climate and free from extremes.• Receives rainfall from southwest monsoon from June  to S...
CLIMATE AND RAINFALL          Description      The Taluk                 Bangalore (R)                                    ...
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION•   2-revenue sub-divisions•   Ramanagaram Sub-division     – Ramanagarm,     – Channapatna,     – ...
DEMOGRAPHIC DETAILS   Description                Doddaballapura                   Bangalore (R)                           ...
RAW MATERIALS, LAND & LABOR
AVAILABILITY OF RAW MATERIAL• Fabrics, which are required for these industries are  available from   – Salem,   – Erode,  ...
AVAILABILITY OF SPACE• 10 industrial estate developed by KSSIDC.• KIADB is also providing the necessary support by  giving...
LAND USAGE (AREA – HE)         Description       Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)              Taluk as %                   ...
LAND USAGE (AREA – HE)     Forest                         Land not available for cultivation     Other Uncultivated Land  ...
VILLAGES OF DODDABALLAPUR•   Jinke Bachhahalli•   Majarahosahalli•   Konaghatta•   Kodi halli•   Shiv pura•   Thippuru•   ...
SKILLED LABOUR• Low-income group of family adopted tailoring as the  main source of income for their livelihood.• Tailors ...
POTENTIAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
SUMMARY         OF      IDENTIFIED INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITIES IN THE DODDABALLAPUR TALUK(TINY & SSI – 2006-11).Sl. No.       ...
SUMMARY OF IDENTIFIED INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIESIN THE DODDABALLAPUR TALUK (LARGE& MEDIUMINDUSTRIES 2006-11) Sl. No.        ...
FACILITATION PLAN FOR DODDABALLAPUR
INDUSTRIAL FACILITATION PLAN FOR 2006-11Type of       No of         Total         Debt          Equity        Debt equityi...
DETAILS & FUND REQUIREMENTS FOR INDUSTRIALPROMOTIONAL PROGRAMMES (2006-11) Sl. No.               Details              No. ...
FUND REQUIREMENTS•   Tiny and small scale industries   :Rs. 239.34 crores•   Large & Medium industries         :Rs. 1372.8...
INDUSTRIAL FACILITATION PLAN – FUNDINGPATTERN                                                                       Amount...
PHASING OF FUNDS - YEAR-WISE REQUIREMENTS  Sl.             Particulars            Total                          Year  No....
STATISTICAL PROFILE
Description             Doddaballapur Bangalore (R) Dist.   Taluk as % to                                     a Taluk     ...
Description            Doddaballapur Bangalore (R) Dist.   Taluk as % to                                   a Taluk        ...
Description            Doddaballap   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to District                               ura Taluk       ...
Description          Doddaballapura Taluk Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                                                   ...
Description          Doddaballapura    Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                              Taluk             Dist. ...
Description         Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                            Taluk            Dist.      ...
Description         Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                            Taluk            Dist.      ...
Description         Doddaballapura      Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                             Taluk               Dist...
Description         Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                               Taluk            Dist.   ...
Description          Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                              Taluk            Dist.   ...
Description             Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                                   Taluk            ...
Description          Doddaballapura   Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                              Taluk            Dist.   ...
Description         Doddaballapura Bangalore (R)   Taluk as % to                              Taluk          Dist.        ...
RESOURCE ENDOWMENT
Area & Sources of water Description   Doddaballapur   Bangalore (R) District            Taluk as % to                  Tal...
Human Resources                          48596      43954               (38%)      (35%)                                  ...
Human   Resources     (Persons                      registered                       inEmployment Exchange.)              ...
Educational Facilities             Details      No. of Institutions     Intake of Students    Degree College              ...
INFRASTRUCTURE & LOGISTIC
EXISTENCE OF AIRPORT/CARGOCONTAINER DEPOT/INFRASTRUCTURE • Silicon valley of India have all the facilities of   handling p...
ROAD LENGTH-COMPARISON-TALUK/DISTRICT  Description                     Doddaballapura              Bangalore (R)          ...
VEHICLES REGISTERED-COMPARISON-TALUK/DISTRICT         Description                Doddaballapura     Bangalore (R) District...
Railways• Broad gauge line (20 Kms) connecting Bangalore and Hyderabad city  passes through the district.Seaports• Nearest...
Details of Cargo flights operating from BangaloreSl.               Name of the flight        Sl.           Name of the fli...
POST AND TELECOM FACILITIES      Post offices                           50      Telephone Exchanges                    13 ...
INDUSTRIAL AREA & TEXTILE PARKSSl.No        Location          Extent of land   No. of   Prevailing       Remarks   .      ...
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS                     Banks         Nos.  Commercial Banks                 11  Rural Banks           ...
FINANCIAL DISBURSEMENTS BY KSFC                           2004-05                 2005-06Sl. No. Taluk         No. of    A...
STATE / CENTRAL LEVEL SECTORALDEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS• Karnataka State Powerloom Development Corporation Ltd.  (KSPDC)• K...
DODDABALLAPUR INTEGRATED TEXTILEPARK (DITPL) • Rs 250-crore- expected to become one of the   countrys important power-loom...
DODDABALLAPUR INTEGRATED TEXTILEPARK (DITPL) • 75 weaving units       • 600 looms • Eight apparel factories       • 500 se...
APPAREL PARK PHASE II AND III• Development of Apparel Park Phase II (265.30 acres)  and III (750 acres) at Doddaballapur b...
POWER SUPPLY• Power supply by BESCOM, HESCOM, MESCOM &  CESCOM.• Water, Power, Common effluent treatment plants,  Telecomm...
POWER GRID FACILITY     Location      Voltage      Capacity        Peak load in   Loading                    Class    Tran...
DODDABALLAPUR - POWER CONSUMPTIONDETAILS                       136.28                      (14.50%)                       ...
ECONOMIC FACTORS
DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMY• One of the largest silk producers in India.• A very big industrial area (Bashettihalli- 6 km from...
GOVERNMENTS INITIATIVES FORDEVELOPMENT OF THE SECTOR• Credit linked Capital Subsidy• Entry Tax Reimbursement• Stamp Duty r...
INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO
GROWTH OF TINY & SSI UNITS      Particulars                      As on               Percentage                           ...
GROWTH OF TINY & SSI UNITS   12,000                                                          11,398                       ...
YEAR WISE REGISTRATION OF TINY &SSI UNITS     Year     No. of units   Investment (Rs.   Employment                        ...
No. of units registered during the year200        176180160140                               127120                   110 ...
Investment made during the year- (Rs. Lakhs) (Tiny / SSI)14001200                                                         ...
Employment generated during the year (Tiny / SSI) -                            Nos.1200                                   ...
SECTOR WISE BREAK-UP OF TINY & SSIUNITS  Category of Units   No. of Units   Employment (Nos.)  Textiles.               26 ...
DODDABALLAPURA -EXISTING LARGE &MEDIUM INDUSTRIESSl.   Name & Address of the       Year of    Investment     Products     ...
DODDABALLAPURA -EXISTING LARGE &MEDIUM INDUSTRIESSl.   Name & Address of the       Year of    Investment    Products      ...
DODDABALLAPURA -EXISTING LARGE &MEDIUM INDUSTRIESSl.   Name & Address of the    Year of    Investment      Products       ...
Doddaballapura -Existing Large & MediumIndustries Sl.   Name & Address of the     Year of    Investment    Products   Empl...
SECTOR WISE CLASSIFICATION OF SWA CLEARED PROJECTS FROM APRIL 2001 TO JULY 2006                           No. of Units    ...
SWOT ANALYSIS
SWOTSTRENGTH & OPPORTUNITIES
• The reputation of Bangalore as a preferred global destination,  particularly for hi-tech, knowledge industries and land-...
• The State Cabinet has approved the Mega Plan envisaged by  Bangalore Metropolitan Regional Development Authority  (BMRDA...
• Exclusive apparel and integrated textile parks facilitate for  establishment of more Tiny and SSI units in Textile/Garme...
SWOTWEAKNESS & CONSTRAINS (THREATS)
• Inadequate power infrastructure.• Lack of local entrepreneurship.• Absence of perennial source of water & depleted groun...
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Location study

  1. 1. LOCATION STUDY PRESENTED BY: Amalesh Deka Anoop Singh Rajeev Sharan Sharat Chandra Alok Lievens
  2. 2. OBJECTIVE OF LOCATION STRATEGY Maximize the benefit of location to the firm
  3. 3. FACTORS AFFECTING LOCATION & SITEDECISIONS 1. Availability of raw material 2. Nearness to the potential market 3. Near to the source of operating requirements like electricity, disposal of waste, drainage facilities. 4. Supply of labor 5. Transport & communication facilities 6. Integration with other group of companies 7. Suitability of land & climate 8. Availability of housing, other amenities & services 9. Local building & planning regulations 10. Safety requirements 11. Others like low interest on loans, special grants, living standards
  4. 4. SELECTION OF THE SITE FOR THEFACTORY• Known as location analysis where firstly some geographical area is selected & from that area a particular site is selected for the establishment of the plant.Methods for the evaluation of plant location-1. Involving quantitative factors- a. Comparative cost chart b. Dimensional analysis.2.Comparison of qualitative factors.
  5. 5. COMPARATIVE COST CHART• Is appropriate where the location problem concerns the placement of a single plant. This is based on location cost summary chart. A comparative chart of total costs involved in setting up a plant of desired size is prepared. 40 30 A 20 B C 10 D 0 locations
  6. 6. • The total cost is represented by the height of column for each location. we select a location for which total cost is minimum.• The cost summary chart has advantage of clarity in presentation. but analysis is restricted to certain specified factors only. Least cost centre analysis- Here transportation cost associated with various location alternatives is considered. Limitation of these techniques- 1.Choice of plant location assumed to be entirely dependent upon minimization of operational costs. 2.Operational costs are assumed to be linearly related to distance involved.
  7. 7. DIMENSIONAL ANALYSISIt involves1. calculation of the relative merits or cost ratios for each of the factors,2. giving each of the cost factor an appropriate weightage by means of an index to which the cost ratio is raised3. & multiplying these weighted ratios in order to arrive at a figure on the relative merits of alternative sites.
  8. 8. • Let Cm1,Cm2,Cm3,…..Cmz are the costs associated with site M for various cost factors. Cn1,Cn2,Cn3,…….Cnz are of site N.W1,W2,W3,…….Wz are weightage for various factors.Merit of location M=(Cm1)W1*(Cm2)W2*…(Cmz)WzMerit of location N=(Cn1)W1*(Cn2)W2*…(Cnz)WzRelative merits of sites M & N are- merit of M merit of NIf this value is > 1, then select site M & vice-versa.Advantages- it compares both subjective & objective factors & gives a quantitative figure.
  9. 9. COMPARISON OF QUALITATIVE FACTORS.• These are the factors to which cost values can’t be assigned. Like lack of good schools, community attitude. These can be termed as good or excellent. FACTORS LOCATION A LOCATION B labor adequate excellent relation good Very good education Good Very goodClearly location B appears to be better one.
  10. 10. RANKING & WEIGHT METHOD1. Various locations are ranked acc. To their contribution2. Various factors are assigned weights acc. To their importance3. Weights are then multiplied with rank assigned4. Total of these products for each location is calculated5. Location having max. total is then selected.
  11. 11. • Advantages &disadvantages of urban, rural & sub-urban sites for a plant- URBAN RURAL SUB-URBAN Better transportation More water Planned industrial Large labor supply Cheaper land Larger area Big local market Lower taxes Easy finance Few ordinances Municipal services Better civil attitude Labor stability
  12. 12. BACKWARD AREA & INDUSTRIAL POLICY• In the facilities location problems, the industrial policies of the governments are very important inputs in the overall consideration. In India, the industrial development of backward areas for balanced regional development of the country has always been emphasized. This has been attempted mainly through: 1. Licensing policy (practice of leasing a legally protected property to another party )2. Location of public sector projects3. Investment subsidy (money granted by the State to keep down the price of commodities)4. Concessional finance (by IDBI, IFCI , ICICI)5. Concession on income tax import duty etc and6. Setting up of industrial estates (property consisting of much land )
  13. 13. BACKWARD AREA & INDUSTRIAL POLICYContd.• All the districts in the country have been classified into four categories: – No industry districts, – Moderately backward districts – Least backward districts, and – Non-backward districts
  14. 14. DISTRICT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF READYMADEGARMENTS (Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Karnataka, Bangalore)
  15. 15. DISTRICT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF READYMADEGARMENTS (Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Karnataka, Bangalore)
  16. 16. DISTRICT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF READYMADEGARMENTS (Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Karnataka, Bangalore)
  17. 17. PRODUCT GROUPING• In Bangalore, garment units are mainly concentrated in the following area – Bommanahalli – Bommasandra – Peenya – Yeswanthpur – Rajajinagar Industrial Estate
  18. 18. PRODUCT GROUPINGLadies• Jacket• Blouses & Tops• Chooridar• PetticoatsGents:• Trousers• Shirts• Coats• T Shirts
  19. 19. PRODUCT GROUPING• Readymade garments for Gents : 60%• RMG for ladies : 30%• RMG for kids : 10%
  20. 20. DODDABALLAPURSITE LOCATION STUDY
  21. 21. GENERAL DETAILS
  22. 22. GENERAL INFORMATION• Coordinates: 13 17′31″N 77 32′35″E /  13.292 N 77.543 E• Country: India• State: Karnataka• District: Bangalore Rural• Population: 71,509 (2001)• Time zone: IST (UTC+05:30)• Codes – Pin code-561 203 – Telephone- +08119
  23. 23. SOIL• Red sandy soils derived from peninsular gneiss, granites and laterites. • red to brownish in color, • shallow to fairly deep shallow, • loamy to sandy loamy in texture intermixed with fairly large amounts of coarse gravel and pebbles. • favorable for growing crops like paddy, ragi,vegetables and plantation crops.
  24. 24. CLIMATE AND RAINFALL• Salubrious climate and free from extremes.• Receives rainfall from southwest monsoon from June to September, the northeast monsoon from October to November.• Relative humidity during June to October is between 80% to 85%.• Normal rainfall- 849 mm, – actual rainfall during last year- 752.4 mm, which is below the normal rainfall. – During last year, rainy days were 40 days.
  25. 25. CLIMATE AND RAINFALL Description The Taluk Bangalore (R) DistrictRaingauge Stations 8 44Normal rainfall (in mm) 849 817Actual rainfall (in mm) 752.4 1003Normal Rainy days 47 50Actual Rainy days (2010) 40 53 Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  26. 26. ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION• 2-revenue sub-divisions• Ramanagaram Sub-division – Ramanagarm, – Channapatna, – Kanakapura and – Magadi taluk• Doddaballapur sub-division – Doddaballapur, – Devanahalli, Nelamangala and – Hosakote taluks.• Taluk panchayat is incharge of development works under overall supervision of Bangalore (Rural), Zilla Panchayat.• 5 hoblies, 277 inhabited villages, 29 Gram Panchayats, one town / urban agglomeration and one city / town municipality.
  27. 27. DEMOGRAPHIC DETAILS Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk District Total Population 268332 8,81,500 Population – Male 137541 9,62,200 Population - Female 130791 9,19,300 Urban: Rural Population 29%: 71% 22%: 78% Pop. Scheduled Caste 54728 (20%) 4,07,400 (46%) Pop. Scheduled Tribe 11609 (4%) 3,77,600 (43%) Density (Per sq.km) 344 321 Growth Rate - 1991-2001 19.45% 14.7% Sex Ratio ( F : M) 951:1000 955 : 1000 Literacy – Total 69.1 % 64.7 % Literacy - Male 79% 74% Literacy - Female 58.8% 55% Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  28. 28. RAW MATERIALS, LAND & LABOR
  29. 29. AVAILABILITY OF RAW MATERIAL• Fabrics, which are required for these industries are available from – Salem, – Erode, – Chennai, – Mumbai, – Ahmadabad and – Local suppliers (Agents).
  30. 30. AVAILABILITY OF SPACE• 10 industrial estate developed by KSSIDC.• KIADB is also providing the necessary support by giving plots to the industries for construction.• Private industrial estates.
  31. 31. LAND USAGE (AREA – HE) Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % Taluk District to Dist.Forest Land 3895 (5%) 81268 5Land not available for 14589 (19%) 94003 16cultivationOther un-cultivated land 8440 (10%) 53022 16Fallow lands 4607 (6%) 50730 9Cropped Area 47229 (60%) 306408 15Total 79969 585431 Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  32. 32. LAND USAGE (AREA – HE) Forest Land not available for cultivation Other Uncultivated Land Fallow Lands Cropped Area 5% 18% 60% 10% 6% Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  33. 33. VILLAGES OF DODDABALLAPUR• Jinke Bachhahalli• Majarahosahalli• Konaghatta• Kodi halli• Shiv pura• Thippuru• Jalagere• Aralumallige• Sasalu
  34. 34. SKILLED LABOUR• Low-income group of family adopted tailoring as the main source of income for their livelihood.• Tailors are abundantly available. • Ready to be paid on the basis of piece-rate system.• Hard-working.
  35. 35. POTENTIAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
  36. 36. SUMMARY OF IDENTIFIED INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITIES IN THE DODDABALLAPUR TALUK(TINY & SSI – 2006-11).Sl. No. Category No. of units Investment Employment (Rs. Crores) (Nos.) 1 Precision Engineering & Machine 128 88.80 2453 Tools 2 Tourism 56 47.81 644 3 Textiles & Garment 114 19.86 3248 4 Electrical 76 12.48 720 5 Printing & Stationery 50 11.49 776 6 Other Industries 50 11.08 385 7 Construction Materials. 98 11.07 2088 8 Agro & Food Based Industries 103 11.04 1062 9 Plastic & Rubber 65 10.47 570 10 Information Technology 49 6.69 415 11 Services 200 4.86 961 12 Metallurgical 3 2.15 100 13 Chemicals / Pharmaceuticals 49 1.54 412 Total 1041 239.34 13834
  37. 37. SUMMARY OF IDENTIFIED INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIESIN THE DODDABALLAPUR TALUK (LARGE& MEDIUMINDUSTRIES 2006-11) Sl. No. Category No. of units Investment Employment (Rs.Crores) (Nos.) 1 Textiles & Garments 50 566.00 48680 2 Information Technology 31 252.00 18250 3 Infrastructure 20 184.80 1604 4 Construction Materials 13 72.13 635 5 Tourism 5 63.56 380 6 Agro & Food Based Industries 13 55.35 502 7 Precision Engineering & Machine 12 54.93 594 Tools 8 Plastic & Rubber 6 48.55 357 9 Others 5 31.00 345 10 Printing and Stationery 5 23.28 352 11 Chemicals/ Pharma 1 13.25 13 12 Metallurgical 1 8.00 30 Total 162 1372.85 71742
  38. 38. FACILITATION PLAN FOR DODDABALLAPUR
  39. 39. INDUSTRIAL FACILITATION PLAN FOR 2006-11Type of No of Total Debt Equity Debt equityindustry industry investment (crores) (crores) ratio (crores)Tiny & SSI 1000 240 96 144 1.5:1Medium & 162 1370 685 685 1:1large•Employment- 85000 (direct) & 35000 (indirect)•Industrial area to be developed- 783 acres (estimate cost- Rs. 391 crores)•Power requirement- 86 MW (estimated cost of generation & transmission- Rs. 688crores)•Water requirements- 39 lakhs litres/day (Possibilities of meeting industrial waterrequirement from the BWSSB (Cauvery river sources) / other sources could beexplored.)
  40. 40. DETAILS & FUND REQUIREMENTS FOR INDUSTRIALPROMOTIONAL PROGRAMMES (2006-11) Sl. No. Details No. of Candi- No. of No. of Progra- Cost Total dates Candidates/ mmes (Rs. lakhs/ Prog.) (Rs. lakhs) Programme A Capacity Building 1 Entrepreneurship Awareness 3500 250 14 1.00 14.00 (EAP) 2 Entrepreneurship Development 800 50 16 3.00 48.00 Programme EDP) 3 Skill Development Programme 1800 25 72 1.00 72.00 (SDP) 4 Management Development 150 25 6 1.50 9.00 Programme (MDP) 5 Export Training Programme 120 20 6 1.50 9.00 Total A 6370 114 152.00 B Facilitation Services 1 Consultancy & Mentoring Lumpsum @ Rs.12.00 lakh per annum 60.00 Services for 5 years. 2 Market Intelligence Report Lumpsum @ Rs. 40.00 lakh per annum 200.00 for 5 years. 3 Buyers / Sellers Meet, Trade Lumpsum @ Rs. 2.00 lakh per annum 10.00 Fair, etc. for 5 years. Total B 270.00 Grand Total (A+B) 422.00
  41. 41. FUND REQUIREMENTS• Tiny and small scale industries :Rs. 239.34 crores• Large & Medium industries :Rs. 1372.85 crores• Power infrastructure – 86 MW :Rs. 688.00 crores• Industrial Area (783 acres) :Rs. 391.00 crores• Industrial Promotional Progrms :Rs. 4.22 crores• Total fund requirement :Rs. 2695.41 crores
  42. 42. INDUSTRIAL FACILITATION PLAN – FUNDINGPATTERN Amount (Rs. crores) Unit Particulars Govt (Nos.) Total Equity** Credit .A. Investment for Industrial Development Tiny & SSI Units 1041 239.34 - 95.74 143.60 Large & Medium Industries 162 1372.85 - 686.42 686.43 Sub Total-A 1203 1612.19 - 782.16 830.03B. Industrial Infrastructure Development Industrial area Development 783 (acres) 391.00 - - - Power 86 MW 688.00 - - - Sub Total-B 1079.00C. Industrial Promotional Programmesa) Capacity Building 5280* 1.52 1.52 - - b) Facilitation Services 2.70 2.70 - - Sub total-C 4.22 4.22 Grant total (A+B+C) 2695.41 4.22 * No. of participants. ** Including subsidy if any.
  43. 43. PHASING OF FUNDS - YEAR-WISE REQUIREMENTS Sl. Particulars Total Year No. 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 A. Development of Tiny / SSI, Medium & Large Scale Industries 1. No. of Tiny / SSI units 1041 156.15 208.2 260.25 260.25 156.15 2. Investment in Tiny / SSI units 239.34 35.90 47.87 59.84 59.84 35.90 (Rs. crores) 3. No. of Medium /Large Inds. 162 24.30 32.40 40.50 40.50 24.30 4. Investment in Medium / Large 1372.85 205.93 274.57 343.21 343.21 205.93 Industries (Rs.crores) B. Industrial Infrastructure Development 1 Industrial area development – 391.00 234.60 156.40 - - - 783 acres (Rs. crores) 2 Power – 86 MW 688.00 412.80 275.20 - - - (Rs. crores) C. Industrial Promotional Programmes 1 Capacity Building 1.52 0.23 0.30 0.38 0.38 0.23 ( Rs. crores) 2 Facilitation Services 2.70 0.41 0.54 0.68 0.68 0.41 ( Rs. crores)
  44. 44. STATISTICAL PROFILE
  45. 45. Description Doddaballapur Bangalore (R) Dist. Taluk as % to a Taluk DistrictArea in Sq. Kms. 779.87 5860.45 13Hoblis (Nos.) 5 35 14Villages (2001 census) (Nos.) In habited (2003-04) 277 1719 16 Town/Urban Agglomeration 1 4 25 T.Ps/TMCs/CMCs 0 5 0 Gram Panchayats 29 228 13
  46. 46. Description Doddaballapur Bangalore (R) Dist. Taluk as % to a Taluk DistrictPopulation (Nos.) Total 268332 1881500 14 Male 137541 962200 14 Female 130791 919300 14 Rural 190554 1474118 13 Urban 77778 407396 19 Urban : Rural 29% :71 % 28% : 72%
  47. 47. Description Doddaballap Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to District ura Taluk Dist.Literacy Rate % (2001 census) Total 69.1 64.7 Male 79 74 Female 58.8 55Relative Index Sex Ratio ( F:M) 951:1000 955:1000 Population density 344 321 (Nos./Sq.Km) Growth Rate (1991-2001) 19.45% 12.42%Work force Agri cultivators 48596(38%) 369102 13 Agri labourers 23954(19%) 182197 13House hold industry workers 11339(8%) 42451 27 Others 43954(35%) 298781 15 Total 127843 892531 14
  48. 48. Description Doddaballapura Taluk Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Dist. DistrictLand Use (in Ha) Forest Land 3895(5%) 81268 5 Land not available for 14589(19%) 94003 16 cultivationOther un-cultivated land 53022 16 8440 (10%) Fallow lands 4607 (6%) 50730 9 Cropped Area 47229(60%) 306408 15 Total 78760 585431 14
  49. 49. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. DistrictNet Area Irrigated (Ha) Tanks 2214 15198 Wells 1879 13844 Tube Wells 5716 34188 Canals 0 6590 Others 0 900 Total 9809 70720 14Existing Infrastructure- Railway line (in Kms.)Length of Railway Line 20 105 – Broad gaugeRailway Stations (nos.) 2 22
  50. 50. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. DistrictRoads (in Kms.) National Highway 31 276 State Highway 69 374 District Major Roads 148 1202 Other District Roads 13.4 47.6 Village Roads 5017 6964.4 T.D.B Roads 0 550 Municipality Roads 47.25 627.25 Irrigation Roads 0 124 Panchayat Roads 0 647 Total 5325.65 12664.25 49
  51. 51. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. District Communication (Nos.) Post Offices 39 313 12 Telegraph Offices 11 82 13 Telephone Exchanges 12 88 14 Phones in use 9022 64800 14No. of Telephones / 34 341000 personsNo. of Telephones/100 1157 1106sq.km.area Transport Vehicles (31.03.2004) Motorcycles 7164 57310 Cars 853 10897 Auto rickshaws 131 5529
  52. 52. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. DistrictCommercial Infrastructure (Banks (2002-03) (Nos.) Commercial Banks 11 80 Rural Banks 3 25 Urban Co-operative 1 4 Banks Primary Agriculture 1 8 Development Banks Total 16 117 14
  53. 53. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. District Education Infrastructure (Nos.)Primary Schools 406 2825High Schools 39 364PU Colleges 6 62Degree Colleges 2 10Polytechnic Colleges 0 3Engineering Colleges 1 5Medical Colleges 0 0Dental Colleges 0 0Total Schools / Colleges 454 3269 14
  54. 54. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. DistrictHealth Infrastructure (Nos.) Allopathic Hospitals 1 8 Private Hospitals & 2 24 Nursing HomesPrimary Health Centres 9 69 Primary Health Units 7 30 Dispensaries Allopathic 0 0Family welfare centers 2 12 Family welfare sub- 68 398 centres Medical Stores 64 422 Total 134 963 14
  55. 55. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. District Sericulture (as on2004) Chawki Rearing Centres 4 82 5 Seeds Storage 2 253 1 Mulberry cultivated area 881 16073 5 Ha)Cocoon Production (MT) 779 13663 6 No. Farmers engaged in 1636 40491 4 this activity Value of silk produced 7.8 144.00 5 (Rs. Lakh)
  56. 56. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. DistrictIndustrial Infrastructure (Nos.)Industrial Estates & AreasIndustrial Estates 1 7 14Industrial Areas 2 5 40 No. of VISHWA Sheds constructed No. of Sheds allotted 5 53 9 No. of sheds vacant - 5
  57. 57. Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk as % to Taluk Dist. District Tiny & SSI (as on March, 2006)No. of Units 4183 19254 22Investment (Rs. lakhs) 7385 38052 19Employment (Nos.) 11398 80400 14 Large & Medium IndustriesNo. of units 23 80 29Investment (Rs. In Lakhs) 32820 153232 21
  58. 58. RESOURCE ENDOWMENT
  59. 59. Area & Sources of water Description Doddaballapur Bangalore (R) District Taluk as % to Taluk DistrictSurface Water Tanks 2214 15198 Canals 0 6590 Others 0 900 Sub Total 2214 (23%) 22688Underground Water Tube Wells 5716 34188 Wells 1879 13844 Sub Total 7595 (77%) 48032 Total 9809 70720 14 Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  60. 60. Human Resources 48596 43954 (38%) (35%) Agri Cultivators Agri Labourers Household Industry workers Other Workers 11339 (8%) 23954 (19%) Source: Dept. of Employment Exchange, Bangalore.
  61. 61. Human Resources (Persons registered inEmployment Exchange.) Details As on 31.3.2005 % to totalI. Below Matriculation Male 1871 Female 428 Sub-total (I) 2299 12II SSLC, PUC, BA, B.Sc, B.Com. Degree 15090 78 holders, , Nursery trained, etc.III ITI, Dip. Holders, Drivers etc., Male 1834 Female 105 Sub-total (III) 1939 10 Total ( I+II+III) 19328 100 Source: Dept. of Employment Exchange, Bangalore.
  62. 62. Educational Facilities Details No. of Institutions Intake of Students Degree College 2 1261 Engineering College 1 176 ITIs 1 16 Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  63. 63. INFRASTRUCTURE & LOGISTIC
  64. 64. EXISTENCE OF AIRPORT/CARGOCONTAINER DEPOT/INFRASTRUCTURE • Silicon valley of India have all the facilities of handling passengers and presence of cargo container department further facilitated the growth of the cluster. • 40 km from Bangalore towards North on Bangalore- Hindupur state highway (SH-9) • Proximity of Chennai Port & international airport.
  65. 65. ROAD LENGTH-COMPARISON-TALUK/DISTRICT Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) Taluk District National Highway 31 276 State Highway 69 374 District Major Roads 148 1202 Other District Roads 13.4 47.6 Village Roads 5017 6964.4 T.D.B Roads 0 550 Municipality Roads 47.25 627.25Total Roads 5325.65 10812.25*Road Length -Taluk as % to Dist : 49Road length/100 Sq.km. area 682 KM 184 KM Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  66. 66. VEHICLES REGISTERED-COMPARISON-TALUK/DISTRICT Description Doddaballapura Bangalore (R) District TalukMotorcycles 7164 57310Cars 853 10897Auto rickshaws 131 5529Goods Carriages 756 7171Others 833 11849 Total Vehicles 9737 92756Vehicles - Taluk as % to Dist: 10No. of vehicles / 1000 persons 36 49 Source: District at a Glance, Bangalore (R)
  67. 67. Railways• Broad gauge line (20 Kms) connecting Bangalore and Hyderabad city passes through the district.Seaports• Nearest seaport - Mangalore- 340 kms • Chennai Seaport- 380 kms. • The existing Mangalore Port is an all weather port-providing gateway for exports trade throughout the year.Airport• Nearest airport- Bangalore- 40 kms. • provides gateway to major cities of the country and countries such as UK, Germany, Baharin, Muscat, Sharjah, Singapore, Bangkok, Koulalampur, Frankfurt, Paris, etc, as there are many operational domestic and international flights. • include both passengers and cargo flights.
  68. 68. Details of Cargo flights operating from BangaloreSl. Name of the flight Sl. Name of the flightNo. No. 1 Air France 17 Kuwait Airlines 2 Air India 18 Lufthansa Airlines 3 Air Italia 19 Malaysian Airlines 4 Aviators (India) Pvt. Ltd., 20 OM Freight Forwarders 5 Blue Dart 21 Oscar Freight (CCLT) 6 British Airways ( CCLT) 22 Oscar Freight (Sreeji) 7 Cargolux – Shreeji Truck 23 Polar Air Cargo 8 Das Air Cargo – Shreeji Trucking 24 Qatar Airways (CCLT) 9 EL AL Israel Airlines 25 Royal Nepal Airlines 10 Emirates Sky Cargo 26 Sahara Airlines 11 Emirates Truck (AFL) 27 Saudi Arabian – CCLT 12 Emirates Truck ( CCLT) 28 Serendib Airlines – (CCLT) 13 Gulf Air 29 Sri Lankan Airlines 14 India Airlines 30 Thai Airlines 15 Jet Airways 31 Transmile Air 16 Korean Airlines 32 United Parcel Service
  69. 69. POST AND TELECOM FACILITIES Post offices 50 Telephone Exchanges 13 Telephones connected 6011 Telegraph Offices 14Other private operators are also offering courier and telecommunicationservices, STD / ISD & Internet facility
  70. 70. INDUSTRIAL AREA & TEXTILE PARKSSl.No Location Extent of land No. of Prevailing Remarks . developed plots land price (acres) (Rs. lakhs) 1. Industrial area, 330.62 98 12.00 Implemented Doddaballapura 2. Apparel Park, 187 28 14.50 Implemented Doddaballapura 3. Integrated Textile 732 103 Not yet fixed Under Park Implementation
  71. 71. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Banks Nos. Commercial Banks 11 Rural Banks 3 Primary Land Development Banks 1 Total 15
  72. 72. FINANCIAL DISBURSEMENTS BY KSFC 2004-05 2005-06Sl. No. Taluk No. of Amount No. of Amount Units (Rs. lakhs) Units (Rs. lakhs) 1 Devanahalli 5 30.20 1 3.96 2 Hosakote 14 179.10 13 223.84 3 DoddaBallapu 9 81.66 8 69.50 r 4 Kanakapura 2 18.50 3 72.26 5 Channapatna 5 74.00 7 71.86 6 Nelamangala 5 52.50 3 100.00 7 Channapatna 1 8.00 3 29.44 8 Magadi 2 12.48 2 11.70 Total 43 456.44 40 582.56
  73. 73. STATE / CENTRAL LEVEL SECTORALDEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS• Karnataka State Powerloom Development Corporation Ltd. (KSPDC)• Karnataka State Khadi & Village Industries Board (KSK & VIB)• Karnataka Leather Industries Development Corporation Ltd., (LIDKAR)
  74. 74. DODDABALLAPUR INTEGRATED TEXTILEPARK (DITPL) • Rs 250-crore- expected to become one of the countrys important power-loom clusters. • Inaugurated in July 2010 by the Union textile minister Dayanidhi Maran. • Will provide employment to 8,000 people. • Spread across 48 acres – will ensure processing and pre-weaving facilities.
  75. 75. DODDABALLAPUR INTEGRATED TEXTILEPARK (DITPL) • 75 weaving units • 600 looms • Eight apparel factories • 500 sewing machines owned and operated by members of the units • 41 units are expected to be operational by this year- end.
  76. 76. APPAREL PARK PHASE II AND III• Development of Apparel Park Phase II (265.30 acres) and III (750 acres) at Doddaballapur by KIADB.
  77. 77. POWER SUPPLY• Power supply by BESCOM, HESCOM, MESCOM & CESCOM.• Water, Power, Common effluent treatment plants, Telecommunication etc. by KIADB
  78. 78. POWER GRID FACILITY Location Voltage Capacity Peak load in Loading Class Transformers (in MW for the factor MVA.) year 2005-06Doddaballapura 220/11 100 57 0.67 220/11 50 51 1.20D Cross 66/11 20 17.4 1.02(Doddaballapura) 66/11 12.5 8.2 0.77 66/11 8 7 1.03Doddabelavangala 66/11 8 5.88 0.86 66/11 8 6.75 0.99KIADB 220/110 50 9 0.21(D B Pura) 66/11 20 8.66 0.51 66/11 20 9.15 0.54 Total 296.5
  79. 79. DODDABALLAPUR - POWER CONSUMPTIONDETAILS 136.28 (14.50%) 186.76 Domestic 21%) Industrial Commercial 548.19 IP sets (61%) Street Light &others 23.68 (3%) 0.23 (0.50%)
  80. 80. ECONOMIC FACTORS
  81. 81. DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMY• One of the largest silk producers in India.• A very big industrial area (Bashettihalli- 6 km from Doddaballapur.)• The government of Karnataka recently started a 100 crore silk city in Doddaballapur, Muddenahalli, and Kanivenarayanapur a.• The site of the upcoming $22 billion, 12,000-acre (49 km2) BIAL IT Investment Region, • the largest IT region in India and one the largest infrastructure projects in Karnatakas history.
  82. 82. GOVERNMENTS INITIATIVES FORDEVELOPMENT OF THE SECTOR• Credit linked Capital Subsidy• Entry Tax Reimbursement• Stamp Duty reimbursement• Land Acquisition / Allotment through KIADB/KSSIDC• Common infrastructure for Greenfield Textile Parks• Power subsidy• Common Effluent Treatment Plant and Hazardous waste disposal facility• Capacity building support
  83. 83. INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO
  84. 84. GROWTH OF TINY & SSI UNITS Particulars As on Percentage 31.3.2001 31.3.2006 IncreaseNo. of Units 3597 4183 16%Investment (Rs. Lakhs) 4911 7385 50%Employment (Nos.) 8466 11398 35%Average investment /unit 1.37 1.77(Rs. lakhs)Average Employment / 2.35 2.73unit (Nos.)Average Employment / 1.72 1.54investment (Rs.lakh)
  85. 85. GROWTH OF TINY & SSI UNITS 12,000 11,398 31.03.2001 10,000 31.3.2006 8,466 8,000 7,385 6,000 4,911 4,183 4,000 3,597 2,000 1 0 No. of Units Investment (Rs. Lakhs) Employment (Nos.)
  86. 86. YEAR WISE REGISTRATION OF TINY &SSI UNITS Year No. of units Investment (Rs. Employment lakhs) (Nos.) 2001-02 176 590 737 2002-03 110 236 498 2003-04 127 292 401 2004-05 74 209 161 2005-06 99 1147 135
  87. 87. No. of units registered during the year200 176180160140 127120 110 99100 80 74 60 40 20 0 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06
  88. 88. Investment made during the year- (Rs. Lakhs) (Tiny / SSI)14001200 11471000 800 590 600 400 292 236 209 200 0 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06
  89. 89. Employment generated during the year (Tiny / SSI) - Nos.1200 11351000800 737600 498 401400200 161 0 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06
  90. 90. SECTOR WISE BREAK-UP OF TINY & SSIUNITS Category of Units No. of Units Employment (Nos.) Textiles. 26 78 Job Work & 59 93 Services Misc. products 14 58 Total 99 229
  91. 91. DODDABALLAPURA -EXISTING LARGE &MEDIUM INDUSTRIESSl. Name & Address of the Year of Investment Products EmploymNo. Unit Establi- (Rs. in ent. (nos.) shment Crores.) 1 M/s. Suprajit Engineering 1997 5.79 Speedometer 50 Limited, Tachometers 2 M/s. Tractors & Farm 1997 37.28 Tractors 126 Equipment Limited 3 M/s. Otto Biz India 1995 10.5 Tapping chucks 142 Private Limited & adopter 4 M/s. Rittal Bir Private 1997 30 Pressed/Punche 152 Limited. d Sheet metal 5 M/s. Tulsiyan NEC 1987 22 HDPE/PP 455 Limited Wooven Sacks 6 M/s. Aditya Horological 1987 2.5 Watch crystals 89 Limited. & Key buttons
  92. 92. DODDABALLAPURA -EXISTING LARGE &MEDIUM INDUSTRIESSl. Name & Address of the Year of Investment Products EmploymNo. Unit Establi- (Rs. in ent. (nos.) shment Crores.) 7 M/s. Doddaballapura 1964 7 Cotton Yarn 160 Spinning Mills. 8 M/s. Gogo Exports 1995 7.00 Processed 210 Private Limited. fabrics 9 M/s. .Himoap Foods 2001 2.5 Fruit pulp 18 Private Limited.10 M/s. Grover Wine Yard 1988 7 Wine 30 Limited. 11 M/s. Indane India Private 1999 Herbal 30 Limited. Extractions12 M/s. Karnataka State 1987 1.07 Energy foods 50 Agro Com Products Limited.
  93. 93. DODDABALLAPURA -EXISTING LARGE &MEDIUM INDUSTRIESSl. Name & Address of the Year of Investment Products EmploymNo. Unit Establi- (Rs. in ent. (nos.) shment Crores.)13 M/s. Himatsinga Seide 1987 15.04 Natural Silk 612 Limited. fabrics14 M/s. BPL Limited. 1989 10 Printed Circuit 106 Board15 M/s. BPL Sanyo 1990 70.85 VCD 108 Technologies Limited.16 M/s. Aditya Auto 1998 5.17 Window glass 73 Engineering Products regularols India Private Limited.17 M/s. Hindustan Gas and - 2.18 Argan Gas 18 Industrial Limited.18 M/s. Srishma Fine - 44.32 Aspirin powder, 228 Chemicals and acetic acid Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
  94. 94. Doddaballapura -Existing Large & MediumIndustries Sl. Name & Address of the Year of Investment Products Employm No. Unit Establi- (Rs. in ent. (nos.) shment Crores.) 19 M/s. Buildmet Fibre 1985 3 HDP Woven 98 Limited. Sacks 20 M/s. Indian Opthalmic 1998 33 Lenses 106 Lenses Private Limited. 21 M/s. Danim Works, 2002 Readymade 405 Garments 22 M/s.Birla Super Bulk 1989 25 Cement 36 Terminal. Packing 23 M/s. Fusion Apparels. 1997 9.5 Readymade 154 Garments 19 M/s. Buildmet Fibre 1985 3 HDP Woven 98 Limited. Sacks
  95. 95. SECTOR WISE CLASSIFICATION OF SWA CLEARED PROJECTS FROM APRIL 2001 TO JULY 2006 No. of Units Investment EmploymentCategory of % to Rs. % to % toIndustries No. No. total lakhs total totalTextiles 29 72.5 33565 92.00 26252 63.00Construction materials 1 2.5 29 0.01 200 0.50Infrastructure / 5 12.5 2127 6.00 11,795 28.00TourismPrinting and Stationery 2 5 142 0.50 1300 3.00Chemical / 1 2.5 150 0.50 450 1.00PharmaceuticalElectrical & 2 5 358 0.99 2000 4.50Electronics Total 40 100 36,371 100 41,997 100
  96. 96. SWOT ANALYSIS
  97. 97. SWOTSTRENGTH & OPPORTUNITIES
  98. 98. • The reputation of Bangalore as a preferred global destination, particularly for hi-tech, knowledge industries and land-intensive industrial projects.• Houses a substantial percentage of Fortune 500 Companies and other MNCs in diverse sectors such as aerospace, apparel, automobile, food processing, IT enabled services, etc..• The flow of investment into Bangalore (Urban) will be constrained due to non-availability / expensive land.• Presently ranked fourth in terms of industrial investment among the 27 districts of Karnataka.
  99. 99. • The State Cabinet has approved the Mega Plan envisaged by Bangalore Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (BMRDA) for infrastructure development of Bangalore Urban & Rural Districts. Some industries are expected to be re- located from Bangalore (Urban) to Bangalore (Rural). • The Mega Plan also proposes a network of 8-lane / 6-lane 734 km. roads comprising 284 km. Satellite Towns Ring Road (STRR), 188 km. Intermediate Ring Road (IRR) and 262 km. Radial Roads], to improve connectivity to all the taluks of Bangalore Rural District.• Broad-gauge rail connectivity through Bangalore.• Creation of logistic for Information Technology / Floriculture /Textiles.
  100. 100. • Exclusive apparel and integrated textile parks facilitate for establishment of more Tiny and SSI units in Textile/Garment sector. • The Taluk is hub of powerloom industry (presence of 10,000 weavers, 25,000 powerlooms) supported by a Powerloom service center.• Presence of many medium and large-scale textile / garment manufacturing units. In addition to this, about 55 medium and large-scale industries (cleared by State Single Window Agency) are being established at Doddaballapura.• The emerging investment destination for industrial segments such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, automobiles & auto components, aerospace, apparel, machine tools, precision components, tooling, food processing, floriculture, etc., because of the proximity to Bangalore and due to the constraint on the availability of land in Bangalore Urban District. • Has developed industrial base (presence of small, medium and large scale industrial units).
  101. 101. SWOTWEAKNESS & CONSTRAINS (THREATS)
  102. 102. • Inadequate power infrastructure.• Lack of local entrepreneurship.• Absence of perennial source of water & depleted groundwater sources.• Mediocre socio-economic infrastructure.• Poor maintenance of interior roads.• Obsolete and conventional technology adopted in powerloom industry.
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