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  • 1. 1 NARMADA
  • 2. 2 Investment Opportunities 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tourism Social Infrastructure Support Infrastructure Industrial Locations/ Infrastructure Economy and Industry Profile Narmada: A Snapshot INDEX Annexure8
  • 3. 3 3 Narmada: A Snapshot 1
  • 4. 4 Introduction: Narmada § Narmada district is located at the southern part of Gujarat § The district shares its border with the State of Maharashtra and is bounded with Surat in the south, Vadodara in the north, and Bharuch in the west § The district has 4 talukas, which includes Nandod, Sagbara, Tilakwada and Dediapada § Located in Nandod taluka, Rajpipla is the district headquarter and the main industrial town of Narmada district § Focus industry sectors include, textiles, food & agriculture and chemicals § Tourist places: Rajwant Palace, Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary and Shoolpaneshwar Temple, and Sardar Sarovar Dam Talukas District Headquarter Map1: District Map of Narmada with Talukas AnklavSagbara Dediapada Nandod Tilakwada Rajpipla
  • 5. 5 Fact File Gujarati, Hindi and EnglishLanguages Zone IIISeismic Zone 60%Literacy rate 949 Females per 1000 MalesSex Ratio 187 Persons per sq. km.Population Density 5,14,404 (As per Census 2001)Population 4Talukas RajpiplaDistrict Headquarter 2755 sq. km.Area Narmada, Karjan, Main, Ashwini and TarapRivers 1,100 mmAverage Rainfall 21.24º to 22º North (Latitude) 72.4º to 73.15º East (Longitude) Geographical Location Source: Socio Economic Review 2006-07, District Profile Booklet, 2007
  • 6. 6 6 Economy and Industry Profile 2
  • 7. 7 Economy and Industry Profile § A major strata of population is dependent upon agriculture for their livelihood § Production of banana and cotton are the key horticulture crops in the district § An investment of INR 600 Crore (USD 1.42 million) was observed in the district between 1988-07. Industries such as textiles, sugar, and chemicals observed major investments and substantial growth during the past two decades § Over 860 Small Scale Industries (SSIs), engaged in repair & services, wood products, paper, and food products are present in the district of which over 390 units are present in Nandod taluka
  • 8. 8 Agriculture § Major crops produced in the district are banana, mango, cucurbits and cotton § In 2006-07, Narmada district had the highest production of banana amounting to 2,78,400 Metric Tonnes (MT), followed by cucurbits with a production of 14,835 MT § Total production of cotton in the district was 96,600 Bales during 2006-07 Source: Department of Agriculture, Government of Gujarat 2006-07 203279 135 300 0 100 200 300 Cereals Pulses TotalArea(inHec) 0 400 TotalProduction (in00'M.T.) Area (in Hec) Production (in M.T.) 7100 4600 294400 55660 0 3000 6000 9000 Fruits Vegetables TotalArea(inHec) 0 60000 120000 180000 240000 300000 360000 TotalProduction(in M.T.) Area (in Hec) Production (in M.T.) 4640 2245 1215 1483511786 278400 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 Mango Banana Cucurbits TotalArea(inHec) 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 TotalProduction(inM.T.) Area (in Hec) Production (in M.T.) Fig. 3: Area and Production of Major Fruits during 2006-07 Fig. 2: Area and Production of Fruits and Vegetables (2006-07) Fig. 1: Area and Production of Food and Non Food Crops (2006-07)
  • 9. 9 Small Scale Industries (SSI) Anklav Sagbara Dediapada Nandod Tilakwada 143 Units 398 Units 204 Units 116 Units § In the four talukas of the district, there are over 860 units generating 990 jobs, with investments to the tune of INR 170 lakh (USD 0.41 million) § Small Scale Industries (SSIs) are mainly engaged in repairing & services, ceramics, wood products, paper and rubber products § Over 840 SSIs are present in the repair & services, providing maximum number of employment § Maximum units (398) with an investment of INR 103.36 lakh (USD 0.25 million), and employment (459 persons) are observed in Nandod taluka 30.46 16.83 103.36 19.91 158 459 243 132 0 25 50 75 100 125 Tilakw ada Nandod Dadiapada Sagbara TotalInvestments(inLakh) 0 100 200 300 400 500 TotalEmployment Investment (in lakhs) Employment Fig 4: Talukawise Total Investments and Employment in Narmada Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 Map 2: SSI Clusters in Narmada
  • 10. 10 Economy Drivers § Agriculture provides the maximum opportunity to generate sustainable livelihood and employment for the villagers § Industry sectors such as textiles, food products, wood & rubber products and repair & servicing are the supporting pillars of the district economy § The district owns some of the major tourist destinations such as, Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary & Temple and Rajwant Palace, which accounts for a healthy influx of tourists § Narmada houses Herbal Botanical Garden, consisting of almost 70 species of herbal plants, which are used for the ayurvedic and natural therapy of treatment, and also helps in increasing medical value travel in the district
  • 11. 11 11 Industrial Locations / Infrastructure 3
  • 12. 12 Map 3: Industrial Estates in Narmada 13.85Rajpipla (1) 1.57Sagbara 2.39Dediapada 9.30Rajpipla (2) Area (in Hectares) Name of the Estates Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat and Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board, 2007 Industrial Locations / Infrastructure District Headquarter Industrial Estate Taluka Table 1: Industrial Estates in Narmada Sagbara Dediapada Rajpipla
  • 13. 13 13 Support Infrastructure 4
  • 14. 14 Road, Rail & Air Connectivity Road § Major state roads connects Narmada with key industrial centres in the State: Ahmedabad (195 km), Rajkot (357 km), Jamnagar (467 km), Ankleshwar (75 km), Bhavnagar (357 km), Mehsana (269 km), Surat (83 km), Gandhinagar (223 km) and Vapi ( 150 km) § Distance of Narmada from major Indian cities: Delhi (964 km), Mumbai (419 km), Hyderabad (936 km), Kolkata (1779 km) and Chennai (1483 km) Map 4 : Connectivity of Narmada § There are 4 railway stations in Narmada Rail § Nearest airports are in Surat and Vadodara Air Source: Road and Building Department, Government of Gujarat, 2007
  • 15. 15 Source: Gujarat Electricity Board, 2007, Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd, 2007 Power & Water Supply Water Water supply for industrial purposes in the district can be obtained from three main sources, viz Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board (GWSSB), irrigation canal, and Sardar Sarovar Project. Sardar Sarovar Project § The project envisages supply of water for drinking purposes, irrigation, and industrial use § Sardar Sarovar Project water for industrial use is made available through branch canals § With a total length of 3.65km, Wadia is the branch canal, that supplies water to the Narmada district. The starting point of the canal is Nandod and end point is Koliary Map 5: Power Map of Narmada § One Hydro power station is present in the district § A substation of 132 KV is present in Tilakwada in Narmada, connected with Jambuva in Vadodara § 66kv and 11kv distribution system spread over the district Power
  • 16. 16 16 Social Infrastructure 5
  • 17. 17 Education And Health Health: § The district has 23 primary health care and 4 community health centers, with 2 government hospitals § Narmada has a several private hospitals which provide a comprehensive range of tertiary and secondary care services § Some of the hospitals present in Narmada includes, Rajpipla hospital and Netra Seva Trust Hospital Source: Narmada District Profile, Department of Employment and Technical Education, Government of Gujarat, 2007 Education: § There are 663 primary, 56 secondary and 23 higher secondary schools in the district § With over 770 seats, there are 6 ITIs offering several industrial training programs which include, fitting, computer operations and diesel mechanics, etc § Some of the colleges present in the district are M.R. Arts & Science College and Ratnasinhji Mahida Commerce College 1Pharmacy College 56Secondary School 7Other Colleges* 6ITI’s Higher Secondary School 23 663Primary School TotalEducational Institutes *Other Colleges: Arts, Commerce, Science, B.Ed and Law College Table 2: List of Educational Institutes
  • 18. 18 18 Tourism 6
  • 19. 19 19 Tourism § Built in 1910, Rajwant Palace is one of the most favoured tourist destinations in the district. The palace includes a royal museum and a heritage hotel § Spread over an area of 600 sq. km, the Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is present in the district having a diversified floral presence with more than 550 floral species and a wide range of wildlife species § The Shoolpaneshwar Temple and Sardar Sarovar Dam are located in Kevadia, 27 km from Rajpipla § Other places of interest in the district are Vadia Palace, Dashavatar Ranchhodrai Mandir, and Nizamshah Dargah Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary Rajwant Palace
  • 20. 20 20 Investment Opportunities 7
  • 21. 21 Investment Opportunities Food and Agriculture § Agro food parks § Food processing § Cold storage Textile § Manufacture of fabrics § Power looms § Twisting from synthetic yarn Tourism § Eco-tourism § Hotels § Medical value travel * Detailed Sector/ Project Profiles for investment opportunities available at www.indextb.com
  • 22. 22 Map 5 : Power Map of Narmada Map 4 : Connectivity of Narmada Map 3 : Industrial Estates in Narmada Map 2: SSI Clusters in Narmada Map 1: District Map of Narmada with Talukas Maps Figure 3 : Area and Production of Major Fruits During 2006-07 Figure 4 : Talukawise Total Investments and Employment in Narmada Figure 2 : Area and Production of Fruits and Vegetables (2006-07) Figure 1 : Area and Production of Food and Non Food Crop Production 2005-06 Figures Table 1 : Industrial Estates in Narmada Table 2 : List of Educational Institutes Tables Annexure

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