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Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) Promoting Industrial Development Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation
Gujarat - Economic Snapshot Despite the global economic slowdown, Gujarat achieved a GSDP growth of 16.8% in 2009-10 QE
Gross State Domestic Product (2009-10 QE):
Rs. 4,29,356 crore (US$ 95 bn)*
GSDP Average Growth (2005-10): 16%
Industrial Growth Rate (2004-08): 13.7%
Per Capita Income at current prices (2009-10): Rs. 63,961 (US$ 1421)
National Average : Rs. 46,492 (US$ 1033)
Per Capita Income Increase
(Over 2008-09): 16%
Per Capita Power Consumption (2008-09): 1446 units (National avg. 720 units)
Urbanization: 37.4% (2001)
Gujarat’s share in India 22% Source: Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State 2010-11 *Exchange Rate: 1US$=Rs.45
Strong Industrial Base Gujarat’s share in the world Contribution of Gujarat to India - Sectors
World’s largest grass root petroleum refinery at Jamnagar
India’s first LNG chemical port terminal at Hazira
World’s largest producer of processed diamonds
Amul ranked world’s top 21 largest dairy business by International Farm Comparison Network (IFCN)
World’s largest producer of castor and cumin
World’s largest gas based single location sponge iron plant
World’s 3rd largest producer of denim
World’s largest single location copper smelter at Dahej
Contribution of Gujarat to India - Products
Industrial Composition Percentage of GSDP by Industry Groups (2008-09) Distribution of outstanding Investment as of Sep 2010 Rs crore Number of Projects Manufacturing Sector : % of Subsectors Source: CMIE Source: Socio-Economic Review 2010-11
Industrial Development A Progressive Approach Investment Regions
Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)
Ahmedabad- Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR)
Multi Product Chemical
Petroleum, Chemicals & Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR)
Textile Pharma Level of Integration
Gujarat International Finance Tech City (GIFT)
202 Industrial Estates Engineering
Biotech Gems & Jewellery 83 Product Clusters Scale of Holistic Development
Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) V I S I O N “To make GIDC an effective, vibrant and timely provider of quality industrial infrastructure with easy, quick and transparent delivery mechanism at competitive pricing and without losing sight of its social responsibilities.” VISION GIDC – A Government of Gujarat Undertaking
Set up under the Gujarat Industrial Development Act. 1962
Identifying and developing locations suited for Industrial purposes - Making it tailor – made for an entrepreneur’s needs
Nodal agency of the Government of Gujarat involved in building the industrial backbone of the state
Provides Infrastructure facilities for the industries at a common location
Acquired 30,500 hectares of land, allotted 17,508 hectares of developed land and 4,685 hectares of raw land
GIDC - Activities Identifying and Acquiring Land Development of Land Allotment of Land Development of land by providing core and support infrastructure Core Infrastructure
Developed Industrial Plots
Roads, Storm Water Drainage & Streetlight
Power Supply Network
Corridor for amenities – gas, telecom, pipelines etc.
Environment Conservation Initiatives – green spaces, parks & gardens, solar energy
Space for public amenities – banks, hospitals, school, police station, post office, community hall etc.
GIDC - Benefits GIDC's estates are different from the normal private estates/ areas; the conglomeration becomes a full - fledged industrial township over a period of time. The advantages to be in GIDC estates are: 1 Speedy land acquisition 8 Quick approval of loans 2 Developed Industrial Area 9 Developed waste disposal system 3 Availability of basic amenities 10 Declared as Notified Area, tax free 4 Approved chemical estates 11 Cluster benefits 5 Clear land titles 12 Advantage through Upgradation program 6 Flexible payment option 13 Special services in land acquisition 7 Ready to occupy sheds 14 Subsidised land to special applicants* *Allots land on existing units, land loosers, SC/ST/SEBC applicants, Ex- army Personnel, NRIs, 100% EoU, lady entrepreneur and joint sector projects. 25% and 15% concession in land price is given to land loosers and remaining categories respectively. Subsidy in scrutiny fee and reduced down payment are also offered to this category
GIDC – Inventories (as on 01.09.2010)
GIDC - Industrial Estates and Clusters Bio-Tech cluster Gujarat International Finance-Tec City Soda ash and salt-based industries, cement and steel pipes Knowledge corridor Industrial corridor (DMIC) 182 industrial estates across Gujarat Savli Biotech Park Petroleum and brass parts Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR) Engineering and ceramics Chemicals, petrochem. pharma, textiles and engineering Soda ash and salt based Special Investment Region (SIR) 18 Captive Ports along 1600 km coastline across Gujarat 60 special economic zones (SEZs) across Gujarat 60 special economic zones (SEZs) across Gujarat To Bombay 202 industrial estates across Gujarat Balanced Development and Common Infrastructure Planning & Sharing
Financial Indicator: Income and Expenditure Rs (in Crore) 2009 - 2010 1990 - 2003 2003 - 2008 2008 - 2009 Average Annual Revenue Expenditure Average Annual Revenue Income Average Annual Capital Expenditure Average Annual Capital Receipt
GIDC - Industrial Estates 182 Industrial Estates Sectoral Distribution of Estates Geographical Distribution of Estates Size of Estate (in ha.)
Land Procured Land Procured during last 17 years Area in ha.
Gujarat - Special Investment Regions 13 Special Investment Regions (SIRs) planned in the State Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) Santalpur Anjar Mandvi- Mundra Sanand Navlakhi Changodar Dholera Okha Halol-Savli PCPIR Pipavav Aliyabet Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) Simar
GIDC - Special Investment Regions
GIDC - Special Investment Regions
SIRs Status Completed In Process Under Progress Sent to Government
Snapshot Location PCPIR is a specifically delineated Investment Region planned for the establishment of production facilities for petroleum, chemicals and petrochemicals PCPIR: Unique Selling Proposition
GIDC as Developer- Special Economic Zones 7 3 2 6 4 1 5
Dahej SEZ - Global Recognition Dahej SEZ - a 1700 hectare multi product SEZ - has been developed by Dahej SEZ Ltd. (DSL), a company jointly promoted by GIDC and ONGC Dahej SEZ has been identified as among the top 25 Global Free Zones of the Future 2010-11 by fDi Magazine, FT business, London
GIDC - Recent Initiatives Policy Initiatives Environment Management G I D C Critical Infrastructure Project Scheme Skill Upgradation Out- sourcing of O & M Services Corporate Social Responsibility
Curbing purely land investment activities in GIDC estates through major policy decisions, thereby ensuring that land is available to genuine investors
Ban on transfer of open plots.
Ban on change of purpose in saturated estates.
Strict time limit on utilization of plot. No extension thereafter.
Improved compensation policy if plot holder returns vacant plot to GIDC.
A new Comprehensive Participative Policy in which land owners are made partners in the economic development of the estate.
Policy To Develop Estates In PPP Mode on privately owned land.
Thrust on training and skill up-gradation
Thrust on drastically improving infrastructure in existing industrial estates.
New estates to be developed with modern infrastructure, utilities and services.
Critical Infrastructure Project Scheme
Government has launched Assistance to Critical Infrastructure Project Scheme under Industrial Policy 2009 vide GR dated 27.02.2009.
Industries Association, Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Industries, group of industrial units, large projects/industrial house are eligible for assistance under the scheme.
Assistance is given for up-gradation of infrastructure of the industrial estate.
Till October 2010, State Government has sanctioned 181 projects worth Rs.1318 crore in 89 GIDC Estates under the scheme.
Assistance up to 60% of project cost, with ceiling of Rs 20 crore, is given by the State Government for individual projects. GIDC provides additional 20% assistance. Industry has to bear 20%. More than one project can be sanctioned in an estate.
In smaller estates, of less than 50 ha and 51 to 100 ha, the contribution of Industry is only 5% and 10% respectively. In such cases, GIDC’s contribution is 35%/40% of the project cost.
Critical Infrastructure Project Scheme Circle wise CIP Expenditure (2006-2011) Expenditure on CIP works Rs (in crore) Rs. 5 per sq.m. is levied w.e.f. 1.4.2009 for infrastructure up-gradation fund
Outsourcing of O&M Services
Outsourcing of O&M Services
Outsourcing of Services
Outsourcing of Services Organizational Studies Undertaken by GIDC
Established Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre for promotion of Cleaner Production / Clean Technology under technical guidance of UNIDO.
MoU is being signed with GTZ-Advisory Services for Environmental Management (ASEM) for developing Eco-Industrial Parks.
MoU signed between GOG, DMICDC and Japanese Corporations for developing Smart Cities and Eco Townships in Dahej and Changodar.
Under Industrial Policy 2009, State Government provides financial assistance for implementation of Cleaner Production (CP) / Clean Technology (CT) tools.
State Government has instituted Cleaner Production Award to motivate industries for adopting CP/CT.
10 Green Societies formed since 2008.
Support Infrastructure: Environment Gujarat is the First State to enter into an agreement with World Bank for Carbon Trading Effluent Treatment
6 Hazardous Solid Waste Disposal sites- Vatva, Naroda, Nandesari, Ankleshwar, Surat, Vapi (ISO 14001 Certified)
4 Incinerators for Hazardous industrial waste - Nandesari, Ankleshwar, Surat, Vapi
Clean Development Mechanism
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) initiatives, taken to convert all buses and auto rickshaws plying in Gujarat into CNG Vehicles
Solid waste reuse, composting and waste to energy programme making it eligible for carbon credits
CETP at Vatva, Ahmedabad Nirmal Gujarat
An initiative to provide an integrated approach to create high standards of hygiene and cleanliness, considering various sources of waste generation
Government campaign turned into mass movement for creating hygiene and cleanliness
Skill Up-gradation Centers (SUCs)
GIDC has tied up with Directorate of Employment &Training to undertake training and skill up-gradation program in PCPIR. GIDC is providing the fee, stipend, accommodation, etc. 164 persons are undergoing a 2 year course totally funded by GIDC.
Expenditure per person for the above course is Rs.70,000.
47 SUCs constructed and 2 under construction for imparting training in various GIDC estates. 50 more to be constructed.
Skill up gradation courses through virtual classrooms to be started in 6 estates in 2010-11.
State of the art apparel training centers started in Ahmedabad and Surat Apparel Parks through ALT Training Foundation, Bangalore.
SUC Constructed in the GIDC Estates
Computerization of operational activities of GIDC under Integrated Software Program underway.
Visual Information System for GIDC estates under GIS platform through BISAG under test run.
Online Application System rolled out in 19 GIDC estates.
WiMAX Project - Wireless Broadband internet facility rolled out through BSNL at Vatwa, Odhav, Gandhinagar, Ankleshwar & Vapi.
IPM Excellence Centre - Virtual Class Room concept to train technical manpower being started with studio at Gandhinagar and class rooms at Vatwa, Savli, Sachin, Ankleshwar & Vapi estates.
Online Grievances Redresal System has been initiated by GIDC.
GIDC offices to be linked with video conferencing facility within this year.
Corporate Social Responsibility
PCPIR Welfare Society constituted for R&R of affected population in the PCPIR. Rs.15 per sq. mt. is charged from new allottees in the PCPIR for welfare activities
Rs 22 crore contributed to the Society so far under this policy
TERI appointed as consultant to carry out survey of affected population for R&R
Rs.5 crore each sanctioned by GIDC and Dahej SEZ Ltd. for new OPD Ward in Bharuch General Hospital
Navsari and Tapi districts adopted by GIDC for funding the anemia control program of the State Health Department. Likely expenditure is Rs.20 crore p.a.
Rs. 50 crore committed for Mahatma Mandir at Gandhinagar.
Centre for Industrial Area Planning & Management started in CEPT University. GIDC has committed Rs.5 crore.
Rs.5 cr. given to Gujarat Socio Economic Development Society constituted by FD.
GIDC has started providing Summer Internship from May 2010. First batch of 18 students completed 8 week course.
Corporate Social Responsibility Rs. 36 crore spent on construction of 49 SUCs. GIDC will spent Rs.50 crore from its own fund to construct an Engineering College at Navsari and a Polytechnic at Khambhat. Will commence from 2011-12. 292 Anganwadis and Livelihood Centers in 175 villages would be built at a cost of Rs. 30 crore. Rs.4 crore paid for providing gas stove and pressure cooker in Anganwadis of Banaskantha and Sabarkantha districts. Rs.26 lacs sanctioned for Akshay Patra Foundation for purchase of 3 vehicles for providing Mid-Day-Meal in villages of Padara Taluka of Vadodara District. Water supply scheme of Rs.12 crore approved for 10 villages in Dahej region. Rs.20 crore sanctioned for up-gradation of approach roads to villages in Dahej area.
Sharing of Revenue with Panchayats
Through a GR dated 29.01.1999 issued by the I&MD, 33% of Consolidated Tax recovered by Notified Area was given to DRDA for development works of villages whose lands were acquired for the Notified Area.
Rs. 72 crore given to DRDA for development works in such villages during 1998-99 to 2009-10.
GOG has revised the above policy vide GR dated 08-10-2009. A committee under the District Collector is constituted to decide the development works to be undertaken within a radius of 5 km. of Notified Area with the 35% share of Consolidated Tax.
Board of Management Notified Areas
GIDC has formed Board of Management (BOM) in most of the Notified Areas, which gives power to the industry representatives to take care of the administration of the estate.
BOM comprises of majority of members from industry
Procedure Start Application for Water Connection Check whether appropriate land available in GIDC estate App. Form to be obtained from DE of the estate and filled form submitted in the regional office Whether land is required for chemical unit? Application for Power Connection Submit Application Form to Division Office with requisite fees Ahmedabad & Gandhinagar; Torrent Power , concerned DISCOMS under GUVNL. Within 7 days Issuance of Offer-cum-Allotment Letter (OCA) Submit NOC from GPCB Application for Gas Connection Within 30 days of OcA Application to be submitted to GSPC or Gujarat Gas, depending on the location Execution of Agreement Within 3 days Application for Drainage Connection Possession Advice Application to be made to DE, NOC permission from GPCB, Analysis report of liquid effluent from govt. laboratory Within 20 days Physical Possession
Major Companies in GIDC Estates
GIDC – Associate Organizations GIDC Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre Dahej SEZ Ltd. Bharuch Eco Aqua Infrastructure Limited Gujarat PCPIR Services Limited Vapi Waste & Effluent Management Co. Ltd Effluent Channel Project Limited Gujarat Industrial Infrastructure Project Limited Gujarat PCPIR Welfare Society Dahej Health & Walfare Society
GIDC – Key Officers
Welcome to the whole new world of opportunities Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) (A Government of Gujarat Undertaking) 2nd Floor, Block No.4 Udyog Bhavan, Sector 11 Gandhinagar 382 017 Gujarat, India Phone: +91 79 23250636/37 Fax: +91 79 23250705 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gidc.gov.in