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Vadodara

  1. 1. Vadodara
  2. 2. 2 Investment Opportunities 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tourism Social Infrastructure Support Infrastructure Industrial Locations / Infrastructure Economy and Industry Profile Vadodara: A Snapshot INDEX Annexure8
  3. 3. 3 Vadodara: A Snapshot 1
  4. 4. 4 Introduction: Vadodara § Vadodara, one of India’s most cosmopolitan cities, is located to the south east of Ahmedabad, on the banks of river Vishwamitri § The district is referred to as the “Sanskar Nagari” (City of Culture) due to its rich cultural traditions § Vadodara is famous for its palaces, parks, temples and museums § Known as the ‘Gateway to the Golden Corridor’, as all the rail and road arteries that link Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad also connect Vadodara, including the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) § Focus Industry Sectors § Chemicals & Petrochemicals § Pharmaceuticals § Biotechnology § The district has 12 talukas, 15 towns and 1,548 villages, of which the major towns are Vadodara (District Headquarter), Savli, Waghodia, Padra, Dabhoi, Karjan and Sankheda Map 1: Vadodara District Map with talukas Source: Vadodara District Profile 2005-06 Taluka District Headquarter Savli Padra Karjan Waghodia Dabhoi Sinor Sankheda Jetpur Pavi Kwant Naswadi Chota Udepur Vadodara
  5. 5. 5 Fact File 8 ° Centigrade (Minimum) 44.5 ° Centigrade (Maximum) Temperature VadodaraDistrict Headquarter 12Talukas 919 Females per 1000 MalesSex Ratio Zone IIISeismic Zone 70.76%Literacy Rate 482 persons per sq. km.Population Density 3.64 million (As per 2001 census)Population 7,555 sq. km.Area Mahisagar, Narmada, Jaambua, Surya, Vishwamitri, DhadharRivers 1732 mmAverage Rainfall Latitude: 21.49° to 22.49° North Longitude: 72.51° to 74.17° EastGeographical Location Source: Vadodara District Profile 2005-06
  6. 6. 6 Economy and Industry Profile 2
  7. 7. 7 Economy and Industry Profile § The industrial clusters include Chemicals and Fertilizers, Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Cotton textiles, Machine tools, Glass, Engineering, Tobacco, Fisheries and Dairy § Major crops cultivated are Rice, Wheat, Sorghum (Jowar), Yellow Peas, Grams, Oilseeds, Groundnut, Tobacco, Cotton and Sugarcane § The district has huge reserves of Dolomite and Fluorspar § Manufacturing plants of several private industry players, as well as Public Sector Units (PSUs) such as Gujarat Alkalis and Chemicals Limited (GACL) and Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd. (GSFC) are located here § Retail sector is booming with seven malls under construction and another six at the planning stage Source: Vadodara District Map, 2007 Textiles Chemicals Medicine Glass Engineering Tobacco Fertilizer Fisheries Dairy Cotton Map 2: Distribution of Industries across the District
  8. 8. 8 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Fruits Vegetables Spices Flowers 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 Area Production Agriculture § Total area under food grain cultivation was 2,46,700 hectares in 2005-06 in Vadodara § The district is the largest producer of pulses in Gujarat, contributing 14.7% to the total production § Vadodara is among major fruit producing districts in the State, contributing 11.25 % to the total fruit production § The district is a major cultivator of flowers in the State, contributing 16% to the total production, of them Mogra (33.8%) Marigold (18.3%) and Rose (14.2%) contribute a substantial share Fig 1: Area (Hectares) & Production of Crops (MT) 2006-07 Map 3: Distribution of Major Crops in Vadodara Source: Vadodara District Map, 2007 Source: Department of Agriculture, Government of Gujarat, 2007 Cotton Paddy Jowar Groundnut Wheat Bajra
  9. 9. 9 § The district is among the highest contributors to the total production of banana in the State (14.2%) § It is the largest producer of Brinjal in the State, contributing 12.6% to total production § Vadodara is the second largest producer of Ø Guava (22.6%) Ø Okra (13.4%) Ø Tomato (12.7%) Ø Turmeric (16.8%) § In addition, it is the third largest producer of papaya (9.7%) and custard apple (15.3%) § Vadodara is one of the 4 districts in Gujarat producing cashew nuts Fig 3: Area (Hectares) & Production (00’ MT) of Food & Non Food Crops (2006-07) Banana 414018 Mango 42027 Papaya 40446 Citrus 30002 Cheeku 28845 Guava 25792 Fig 2: Production of Major Fruit Crops (MT) 2006-07 Horticulture 1538 247 1852 1934 751 362 4153 Cereals Pulses Oilseeds Cotton Production Area 929 Source: Department of Agriculture, Government of Gujarat, 2007
  10. 10. 10 Minerals § Mineral reserves include dolomite, fluoride, black trap, quartz, fluorspar, agate, gravel, marble, graphite, manganese ore, and granite § Dolomite (7,200 lakh tonnes reserves) and fluorspar (116 lakh tonnes reserves) occur only in Vadodara § The district accounts for as much as 98% of the total production of dolomite in Gujarat § Fluorite is produced in Kwant taluka 5752210 1725580 600330 319825 91124 52730 1750 664 Sand Black Trap Brick Sand Dolomite Gravel Quartz Building Stone Marble Fig 4: Production of Major Minerals (MT) (2006-07) Lavigation Plant (China Clay, Chalk, Fireclay) Fertilizer Plant Fire Bricks Unit Caustic Soda & Soda Ash Dolomite Pulverising Unit Fluorspar Benefication Crockery/Ceramics Unit Marble Cutting & Polishing Plant Map 4: Mineral Based Industries Source: Vadodara District Profile 2005-06
  11. 11. 11 Major Industries Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 § Information on some of the key players that have made substantial investments in Vadodara during the period from 1983 to 2007 is given in Table 1 Citric AcidPadraBharat Starch Industries Limited Hydrogen Peroxide, Caustic Soda, etc.Vadodara Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Limited (GACL) Caprolactum, Ammonia, Melamine, etc.Vadodara Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd. (GSFC) LPG, Petroleum products, etc.Vadodara Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) Polybutadiene RubberVadodara Indian Petrochemical Corporation Limited (IPCL) Engineering & Auto Tyres and tubesWaghodiaApollo Tyres Limited Chemicals & Petrochemicals Cotton YarnVadodaraIC Textiles Ltd. Alloys & ChemicalsVadodaraGE India Industrial Private Ltd. Ceramics Granite TilesPadraBell Granito Ceramics Ltd. Others Cathode Ray TubeKarjanJCT Electronics Limited Tubular Glass Shells, Bulbs and Tubes, etc.PadraCG Glass Limited Steam/Gas Turbines upto 500 MWVadodaraAsea Brown Boveri Ltd. Fluconazole bulk, Azithrpmycin, Electric Power GenerationVadodaraAlembic ProductionTalukaName of Company Table 1 : Major Players in Vadodara* * Indicative List
  12. 12. 12 Major Industries Vadodara Savli Bhadarva Map 5: Major Industry Players in Vadodara* * Indicative List
  13. 13. 13 Small Scale Industries (SSI) Fig 5 & 6 : Key Small Scale Industrial Units 5713 1923 16151357 1316 1145 1047 3840 Repairing, Servicing & others Textiles Metal w orks Chemicals Equipments/Machinery Rubber & its products Food Products Others 885 829 753 601 543 173 56 Glass, Ceramics & Cement Equipments related to Electricity Paper & its Products Wood & its Products Non Ferrous Metals Leather Tobacco § There are over 18,000 SSI units in Vadodara, the maximum being in the repairing and servicing industry (5,713 units) § Other key small scale industries include textiles, metal works, chemicals, equipments, rubber products and food products Source: Vadodara District Profile 2005-06
  14. 14. 14 1883 120 40 106 12 9 376 3722 872 255 42 149 22 16 Boilers & Steam Generating Sugar Vegetable Oils Glue & Gelatin Chemicals (olther than fertilizers) Machine Tools Glass 1988 - 1997 1998 - 2007 Industry and Investment Trends § As per the Industrial Entrepreneur Memoranda (IEM) filed, several sectors showed major increase in investments over a period of last two decades (1988 – 2007) § Investments in key industry segments such as Chemicals, Boilers & Steam generating equipments and glass showed a major increase in the past decade (1988 – 1997) § The growth in investments in Chemicals excluding fertilizers is almost 98 % over last decade (1988 – 1997) § Other industry segments showing growth in investments include sugar, vegetable oils, fermentation industries & transportation Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 Fig 7 : Comparative Investment in Key Sectors over Last Two Decades (INR Crore)
  15. 15. 15 Industry and Investment Trends 2281 1883 1599 959 882 Petrochemicals & Refinery Chemicals (other than fertilizers) Textiles Plastics & Plastic Products Drugs & Pharmaceuticals 3722 1774 872 671 477 Chemicals (other than fertilizers) Infrastructure Projects Glass Transportation Drugs & Pharmaceuticals § In the last decade (1988 – 1997), maximum investments were observed in the sectors such as Petrochemicals, Chemicals, Textiles, Plastics and Pharmaceuticals § Of these, Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals were highly labour intensive and created maximum employment opportunities § In the current decade (1998 – 2007) as well, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals are among the top five investment generating sectors § New sectors with high investments during this period include Infrastructure, Glass and Transportation Fig 9: Major Investments during 1998 – 2007 (INR Crore) Fig 8: Major Investments during 1988 – 1997 (INR Crore) Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007
  16. 16. 16 Investments in Pipeline Fig 10: Number of MoUs Signed (INR Crore) VGGIS (03, 05, 07) Fig 11: Sector wise MoUs (VGGIS 03, 05, 07) § 38 MoUs have been signed during Vibrant Gujarat : Global Investors’ Summits (VGGIS) held during 2003, 2005 and 2007, with a total investment to the tune of INR 14,414 crore (USD 3.43 billion) § The major sectors that have witnessed maximum investments include Biotechnology and Chemicals & Petrochemicals § Other key sectors where investments have been made include Engineering, Food & Agro, Tourism and Textiles and Apparels § Chemicals & Petrochemicals continued to witness investments during each Summit, leading to signing of a total of 8 MoUs, while all 9 Biotechnology MoUs were signed during VGGIS 2007 Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 9 8 5 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Biotech Chemicals & Petrochemicals Engineering Agro SEZ Tourism Textiles Education Pharmaceuticals Healthcare IT Ports Railw ays 3 8 27 13161.5 950 302.6 2003 2005 2007 MoU Investment
  17. 17. 17 Economy Drivers § The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor passes through Vadodara, making it a key destination for attracting industrial investments § Vadodara is the exclusive producer of Dolomite and Fluorspar in Gujarat, offering scope for tremendous growth in the processing industries § Several Government companies such as GSFC and GACL have their manufacturing plants in the district § Gujarat’s leading educational institutions are located in Vadodara, offering skilled and intellectual manpower in abundance for various industries and R&D activities § Proximity of Vadodara to key industrial centers of Gujarat such as Ahmedabad (via India’s first Expressway), Bharuch and Surat, along NH8 could be considered a major driver for growth of the economy
  18. 18. 18 Industrial Locations / Infrastructure 3
  19. 19. 19 3 Special Economic Zones (SEZs) Shiv Industrial Infrastructure Park M/s Siddhi Industrial Infrastructure Park M/s Siddharth Industrial Infrastructure Park M/s Immense Properties Pvt. Ltd. Industrial Parks 4 Proposed Industrial Parks Sehra Savli Biotech Park Savli PCC Makarpur Waghodia Nandesari Por Ramangamdi Limda Ranoli (Autonagar) Dabhoi Jetpur Pavi Sankheda Industrial Estates 13 Industrial Estates Nipiam Infrastructure Ltd. Suzlon SEZ Savli SEZ Special Economic Zone Industrial Locations and Infrastructure Vadodara
  20. 20. 20 Special Economic Zones Formal Approval in 14.73 hectares Biotechnology, 14.73 Savli Biotech Savli SEZ Formal Approval in an area of 131.59.62 hectares IT, 220 Waghodia Nipiam InfoTech Pvt. ltd Notified in area of 100-99-00 hectares vide notification dated 3/07/07 Engineering, 101 Waghodia Suzlon Infrastructure SEZ Status as on Dec 2007 Sector & Area (Hectares) Location (Taluka) Name Savli Waghodia Table 2 : SEZs in Vadodara District Map 6: SEZs in Vadodara Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007
  21. 21. 21 Industrial Parks (Proposed) Industrial Park Savli Shiv Industrial Infrastructure Park EngineeringKarjan M/S Siddhi Industrial Infrastructure Park EngineeringWaghodia M/S Siddharth Industrial Infrastructure Park ITDena M/S Immense Properties Pvt. Ltd. Sector Location (Taluka) Name of the Developer Savli Waghodia Karjan Table 3 : Proposed Industrial Parks Map 7: Proposed Industrial Parks in Vadodara Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007
  22. 22. 22 Industrial Estates Sehra Savli Biotech Park Savli PCC Makarpur Waghodia Nandesari Por Ramangamdi Limda Ranoli (Autonagar) Dabhoi Jetpur Pavi Sankheda Industrial Estates 4.00 40.00 814.11 666.38 355.07 315.94 271.67 134.44 53.10 41.21 10.91 0.95 0.81 Area (Hectares) § Total area covered by industrial estates is 2,713.55 hectares § Savli Industrial Estate, spread across 770 hectares of land, is located 15 km from Vadodara city – an ideal location for engineering, plastics, export-oriented units, biotechnology and other non polluting industries Table 4: Industrial Estates in Vadodara Dist. Map 8: Industrial Estates in Vadodara Source: Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC)
  23. 23. 23 Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) DMIC Influence Area Special Investment Region (SIR) Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) Industrial Area (100 sq. km) Investment Region (150 sq. km) Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar Knowledge Corridor Mumbai- Delhi High Axel Load Freight Corridor (DFC) Map 9: Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor§ Government of India plans to develop a Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) linking Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai § The proposed DFC passes through six states in India, of which Gujarat accounts for 38% (564 km) of total DFC length (1483 km) § The influenced area of 150 km on either sides of DFC is being developed as “Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor” (DMIC) § Almost 62% of total area of Gujarat (18 out of 26 districts) would be benefited by DMIC development § The State Government has identified 82 links in the DMIC Influenced area to upgrade them into two/four lane carriageway offering connectivity between ports, industrial estates, hinterlands, markets and points of agricultural produce 150 km Source: Concept Paper on DMIC (IL&FS), June 2007
  24. 24. 24 Road-Rail based Warehousing and Packaging Facilities Knowledge Hub (Skill Development Centre) Development of Vadodara Airport Served by Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) at Vadodara Feeder Rail Links Residential, Commercial, Institutional/ Health, Transportation land use Integrated Township IT/ ITeS/ Biotech Hubs Augmentation of Vadodara-Rajpipla, Rajpipla-Ankleshwar-Dahej links Feeder Road Links Ankleshwar, Jhagadia Augmentation of Existing Industrial Park/ Estate/ Cluster Engineering, Ceramics, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Textiles Export Oriented Industrial Activities DescriptionComponents Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor 4 4 4 4 Table 5 : Proposed Vadodara – Ankleshwar Industrial Region Map 10: DMIC Influence Area Source: Concept Paper on DMIC (IL&FS), June 2007
  25. 25. 25 Support Infrastructure 4
  26. 26. 26 Road, Rail & Air Connectivity Road § Vadodara is well connected to all major locations such as Delhi (1,028 km) and Mumbai (448 km) through DMIC and National Highway (NH) No. 8 § NH 8 also connects Vadodara with Ahmedabad (111km), Rajkot (294 km ), Ankleshwar ( 84 km) Surat (167 km) – the major industrial centers of Gujarat § State Highway 6 connects the district with Ahmedabad, Surat and Rajkot among other districts § India’s first National Expressway is located in Gujarat connecting Vadodara to Ahmedabad (93 km) Rail § Vadodara is well connected to all major locations such as Delhi and Mumbai, as well as other districts of the State through a Broad Gauge railway line Air § Vadodara has a domestic airport at Harni, which is well connected with four metro cities in India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore Map 11: Vadodara Road & Rail Network Source: Vadodara District Profile 2005-06 Distance (km)Major Cities 185Mehsana 280Bhavnagar 382Jamnagar 1095Hyderabad 1724Chennai 1893Kolkata
  27. 27. 27 Power Supply Network Map 13: Vadodara Power Supply Network Source: Department of Power, Government of Gujarat § Vadodara has a well developed network of 48 sub stations § Gujarat Electricity Board supplies electricity to 1546 villages,14 cities and towns § 66kv and 11kv distribution system spread over the district
  28. 28. 28 § Vadodara is a key natural gas consumption area, with a demand of 6.40 MMSCMD (2005) and an estimated demand of 7.60 MMSCMD in 2010 § There is a network of six gas pipeline sections in the district, of which the Paguthan-Vadodara section is the longest (48.064 km) § The existing gas grid length is 113 km, while the additional 59.80 km of length is proposed BARODA VADODARA BHARUCH ANAND DHUVARAN GPLC PAGUTHAN Gas Supply Map 14: Vadodara Gas Grid Network Source: Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Route Identification Completed Commissioned Under Construction
  29. 29. 29 Water Supply § Vadodara has 18,721 irrigation related wells and 69 km long water canals § Water supply for industrial purposes in the district can be obtained from three main sources, viz. Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board (GWSSB), Irrigation canals and Sardar Sarovar Project § Sardar Sarovar Project envisages supply of water for drinking purposes, irrigation and industrial uses, through branch canals DesarKalwanaPanchmahals, Vadodara15.28Desar NatwarnagarKhakhariaVadodara35Sakrda LotnaKanjariPanchmahals, Vadodara6.94Dumad RakuiUjetiPanchmahals, Vadodara11.83Dena BhadodraRameshwaraPanchmahals, Vadodara, Bharuch115.1Vadodara RustampuraMoti MankekpuraVadodara4Gozali RaipurBhordhaVadodara23.4Bhilodia MatarBhagwanpurVadodara, Bharuch86.60Miyagam TimbiTimbiVadodaraTimbi Table 6: Sardar Sarovar Branch Canal Network in Vadodara District VaniadriModasarVadodara0.165Sankheda FatepurSindodaraVadodara23.78Mandva DamasiaKhodiaVadodara9.93Tilakwada KoliaryNandodNarmada, Vadodara3.65Wadia Ending pointStarting pointDistrictLength (Km)Branch canal Source: Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd.
  30. 30. 30 Proposed Infrastructure Projects § An investment of INR 19 billion (USD 452 million) is proposed under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) for infrastructure projects in the city § Ring Road development is envisaged to be completed by 2010 § A Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) is proposed to enhance existing public transport system § The Vadodara-Surat National Highway is expected to be completed by 2012 § Vadodara airport is proposed to be developed as an “Aircraft Maintenance Hub” for the western part of India Source: Indian Real Estate Growth and New Destinations, FICCI - Ernst & Young Report, 2007
  31. 31. 31 Social Infrastructure 5 Maharaja Sayajirao University
  32. 32. 32 Education 2MCA Colleges 3Engineering Colleges 8Pharmacy Colleges 9Polytechnic Colleges 3Institutes offering Management Studies 13Private Arts, Commerce, Science, B. Ed. & Law Colleges 41Colleges 192Higher Secondary Schools 205Secondary Schools 2404Primary Schools § Vadodara has only one university, well known for its quality of education – Maharaja Sayajirao University (MS University), renowned for several departments such as fine arts, medicine, arts & commerce, journalism & communication, among several others § Other well renowned institutions include Indian Institute of Materials Management and National Fire Academy § The district also has institutes providing courses in physiotherapy, ayurvedic and homeopathic medicines § 33 Industrial Training Institutes in Vadodara offer facilities to train the workforce at shop-floor level, which is a major requirement for all industries § 3 engineering colleges offer courses in all branches of engineering § 9 Polytechnic colleges offers diploma courses in electrical, mechanical and plastic engineering Source: Health Department, Government of Gujarat, District Profile Booklet, 2005-06 Fig 12: Number of Professional Colleges Table 7: Number of Academic Institutions Medical colleges 2 Nursing Schools 3 Polytechnic College 1 Engineering Colleges 3 Pharmacy Colleges 2 Dental colleges 2
  33. 33. 33 Health § Vadodara has 15 key specialised hospitals for systematic healthcare § Major super specialty cardiac hospitals include Bankers Heart Institute and Baroda Heart Institute & Research Centre § The district has Ø 76 Primary Health Centers Ø 16 Community Health Centers Ø 21 Government General Hospitals Ø 1 Mobile Comprehensive Unit Bankers Heart Institute
  34. 34. 34 Tourism 6 Hira Bhagol, Dabhoi
  35. 35. 35 § Historic places include Aurobindo Society, Baroda Museum & Gallery, Darbar Hall, EME temple, Khanderao market, Kirti Mandir, Champaner, Lehripura Gate, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Makarpura Palace, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar Gruh, Maharaja Fatehsinh Museum, Mandvi gate, Maqbara (Hajira), Nazarbaug Palace, Nyaymandir (District court), Pratap Vilas Palace, Sayajibaug, Sayaji Sarovar, Sursagar Lake etc. § The Pratap Vilas Palace houses the Railway Staff College, an important training centre of Indian Railways § The Baroda Museum and Art Gallery houses an exquisite collection of art objects, original paintings and sculptures, gathered by late Maharaja Sayajirao III Tourism Laxmi Vilas Palace Baroda Museum
  36. 36. 36 § The Sursagar Lake is a popular hangout of locals, where all festivals are celebrated, including immersion of idols of gods § Nyay Mandir (Temple of Justice) is a building that houses the district sessions court § The town of Sankheda is famous for its lacquer painted woodwork called Sankheda ware § The Tribal Museum present in the city of Chhota Udepur showcases handicrafts such as toys and musical instruments made of wood and clay § Major hotels include Welcom Hotel (5 Star), Taj Residency, Surya Palace, Sayaji, Revival and Rajpath Tourism Evening View of Sursagar Lake Kirti Mandir
  37. 37. 37 Investment Opportunities 7
  38. 38. 38 Investment Opportunities Food & Agro § Cold storage facilities § Dehydration plants § Production facilities for fruit pulp and pickles § Cotton ginning and pressing § Rice pearl Mineral based Industries § Production of cement pipes and tiles, dolomite powder, china clay, quarry, mosaic, micronised minerals, tar, etc. * Detailed Sector/ Project Profiles for investment opportunities available at www.indextb.com Engineering § Construction of grills & windows § Machinery & Electronic equipments Chemicals § Wood, metal & frame polishes, pesticides, paints, varnishes, soaps & detergents, hair & lubricating oils, cosmetics, perfumes, talcum powders, etc.
  39. 39. 39 Investment Opportunities Plastics § PVC, moulded electronic accessories, melamine crockery, surgical gloves, submersive pumps, multilayer films, toys, polythene bags Textiles § Silk production and Carpet Weaving facilities * Detailed Sector/ Project Profiles for investment opportunities available at www.indextb.com Forest related Industries § Furniture, Ayurvedic medicines Animal related Industries § Poultry, dairy, cattle feed, leather, wool, bone fertilizers
  40. 40. 40 Annexure I Map 5: Major Industry Players in Vadodara Map 10 : DMIC Influenced Area Map 14 : Gas Distribution Network in Vadodara Map 13 : Power Distribution Network in Vadodara Map 11 : Road & Rail Network in Vadodara Map 9 : Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Map 8 : Industrial Estates in Vadodara Map 7 : Proposed Industrial Parks in Vadodara Map 6: SEZs in Vadodara Map 4: Mineral based Industries Map 3: Distribution of Major Crops Map 2: Distribution of Industries Map 1: Vadodara District Map with Talukas Maps Figure 4 : Production of Major Minerals Figure 12 : Professional Colleges in Vadodara Figure 11 : Sectorwise Investments during VGGIS Figure 10 : MoUs & Investments during VGGIS Figure 9 : Major Investments (1998 – 2007) Figure 8 : Major Investments (1988 – 1997) Figure 7 : Decadal Investment Comparison Figure 5 & 6 : SSI Units Figure 3 : Area & Production of Food & Non Food Crops (2005-06) Figure 2 : Production of Major Fruit Crops (2006-07) Figure 1 : Area & Production of Crops Figures Table 7 : Academic Institutions in Vadodara Table 6 : Water Distribution in Vadodara Table 5 : Proposed Vadodara-Ankleshwar Industrial Area Table 4 : Industrial Estates in Vadodara Table 3 : Proposed Industrial Parks in Vadodara Table 2 : SEZs in Vadodara Table 1 : Major Players in Vadodara Tables
  41. 41. 41 Annexure II : Abbreviations IEM : Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum MoU : Memorandum of Understanding SSI : Small Scale Industries VGGIS : Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit SEZ : Special Economic Zone DMIC : Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor DFC : Delhi Freight Corridor GWSSB : Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board CETP : Common Effluent Treatment Plant BRTS : Bus Rapid Transit System PSU : Public Sector Unit NH : National Highway GACL : Gujarat Alkalis and Chemicals Ltd. GSFC : Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. JNNURM : Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission

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