National Association of Manufacturers
meeting on June 7, 2006 at Washington DC


                       Presentation by


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Credible India!

           Incredible Punjab!
Indian Economy
The Fastest Growing Market democracy

 Economic Growth
    Sustained economic performance
       Average si...
India – Emerging Global Power
          When Will India overtake others by                   Japan
          US $ GDP?

  ...
GDP Growth in NEXT 50 -70 Years
Economic Eclipse
Projections based on current per capita growth rates of
  1.7% for the US...
India Becomes Economic
                    Superpower
         India Crosses US in 2055 - is at number 2
            India...
Real GDP Growth in US, Japan, &
the BRICs  Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers- The World in 2050
Projected real growth in GDP and income per capita:
2005-50 (%pa)
Country      GDP in      GDP in domestic currency   Popu...
Country (indices with US = 100) GDP at market
exchange rates in US $ terms GDP in PPP terms 2005
 Country                 ...
Qualitative Indicators of Country Suitability
    Source:                Poor             Fair             Good        Ver...
Punjab: The Gateway to central Asia
               Opportunities for trade with Central Asia

Location                    ...
Punjab: The Basic Profile
   Gross Domestic Product $17.30 Billion (2004-05), $86.50 Billion at
   Purchasing Power Parity...
Punjab: The Past
  Has been no. 1 state in India
    Per Capita income
    Agricultural Production
    Overall Economic Gr...
Punjab : An Economic Overview
Highest CMIE infrastructure Index   1.86 times national average
of 186
Highest per capita el...
India Today report “India’s Best
States” *(2003, 2004 and 2005)                Source: India Today


                     ...
Punjab offers Enviable Business
         Environment
                               Excellent
                            ...
Punjab leads India in
                Infrastructure
                                                               Relati...
Chandigarh is the best City to Work
& live in
  Among the top 10 cities in India for:
                                    ...
Educated & Skilled Human Resources
 Chandigarh – Mohali - Punjab

    Highest Human Development Index
                 Low...
Want Highest Workforce
Productivity?
                                                                             Only 1....
Excellent Transportation, Logistics
Infrastructure& Connectivity
  Two International Airports at Amritsar & Delhi …… only ...
Institutional Framework &
Friendly Regulatory Environment
 Government has appointed ‘Nodal Officer’ as ‘Relationship
 Mana...
Government Facilitation and support
                                   Completely hassle
        Clean & Proactive        ...
Investments in Mega Projects within
last 24 months
Category            No of     Investment      Employment
              ...
Punjab – Business Cities

                  Industry Cluster
 Bicycles, Auto Components Steel,
                           ...
US $ Million
Exports from Punjab
                          Year    Year    Year       Growth
 Industry                 200...
Internationally Renowned Indian
Companies Working In Punjab
               Ranbaxy                 Medicines
             ...
Multinational Corporations in Punjab




Nishikasha
    Schering
 Gist Brocodes
Punjab: Investment Regions-1
Mohali-Chandigarh Capital Region
  Knowledge sector, auto parts, service industry
  World cla...
Punjab: Investment Regions-2
 Amritsar – Ferozepur – Gurdaspur Border Corridor
    International trade and Business
    In...
Punjab: Investment Regions-3
Ludhiana - Jalandhar Investment Corridor
  Textile, light engineering, hand tools, auto parts...
Punjab: Investment Regions-4
 Bathinda Growth Region
   Petro-chemicals, food processing
   Thermal power stations 2000 MW...
Punjab Government is Committed to
provide the following facilities in these
four investment Regions
  World Class Infrastr...
Punjab Government is Committed to
provide the following facilities in these
four investment Regions
  300 world class scho...
Developed Industrial Estates
 1. Amritsar
 2. Batala
 3. Bhatinda
 4. Ludhiana I to VII
 5. Goindwal Sahib, Tarn Taran (ne...
SEZs in Punjab
     Company        Location              Area     Industry           Investment
                          ...
QuarkCity an Integrated township
Spread over 51 acres of land in Mohali, 5000 Acres in phase II
Built up area of four mill...
Industrial/IT Parks in Punjab
                     Park             Location    Investment     Employment
                ...
Immediate Sector Growth opportunities
                                 Manufacturing & Light Engineering
                 ...
Punjab: Agri Processing
 Punjab farmers produce
    20 million tons of grain every year
    3 million tons of fresh produc...
Largest integrated network at
ground level
  52 Rural Business Hubs
     Collection / purchase of produce
     Distributio...
Business and Investment
Opportunities in Agri sector
    Processing, grading and Packaging
    Handling system
    Cold ch...
Challenges and Opportunities in
Punjab
    Power situation-2.5 time the national average
    but still short on demand
   ...
THANK YOU
 Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi, IAS,
 MD,Punjab Infotech, Chandigarh




                                              ...
Advantage Punjab – Automotive and
Engineering Industry
  Light Engineering Industries identified as a priority
  Many indu...
Auto Component Industry in Punjab

  There are number of auto-components in small scale sector
  located in the area/ regi...
Opportunities for Auto Component
Industry in Punjab
  A fast growing domestic market
  India is fast becoming a hub for gl...
Key Players in Punjab

   Avon Cycles Ltd
   DCM Engineering
   GNA Axles
   Goetze (India)
   Hero Cycles
   Highway Indu...
Textile Industry in Punjab

   Occupies an important place in the economy of Punjab
   Textile accounts for 29% of fixed i...
Textile advantage Punjab

   Ample availability of cotton          Installed Capacity
   Thriving textile clusters at
    ...
Transforming Punjab:
           Our Strengths in a
Nutshell
   Strong and          Dynamic and
vibrant economy     product...
TO BE UPDATED

                           Contacts
                           PSIDC                                       ...
Punjab
 The Most
 Happening
Place Today
Labour Law – Innovative Policy
Initiatives
  Self Certification in respect of labour & employment laws
      Factories Act...
Some Findings from World
Bank’s November 2004
Report on India’s
manufacturing
competitiveness
Respondents identifying power supply as
      a “major-to-severe” bottleneck to growth

 70

                             ...
Respondents identifying Transport as a
     “major-to-severe” bottleneck to growth


60

                                 ...
10
                                                             20
                                                       ...
Ha
                                rya
                                      na




                                      ...
Percent of Respondents Identifying
  Infrastructure as major or severe obstacle
     Karnataka                            ...
The HUB of Information Technology
& Knowledge Industry
    O 200 Prominent IT &BPOCompanies Registered
     ver
          ...
The HUB of Information Technology
 & Knowledge Industry
  O 200 Prominent IT &BPOCompanies Registered
   ver
             ...
The HUB of Information Technology
 & Knowledge Industry

   New Companies in the Chandigarh Capital Region

• Tata Consult...
India – China – Russia
A New Triad
                                              • China

                                ...
India has maintained a leading share of the
global offshore IT and BPO industries


                       IT             ...
Human Resources
 India’s competitive edge - its highly-skilled manpower
     Over 380 universities (11,200 colleges)
     ...
Global Business Leaders - On India
                                                           “We are expanding
          ...
What Global Business Leaders say
about us
“Infosys took a decision to establish a centre in North India and
finalised on M...
What Global Business Leaders say
about us
“The Company goes where it finds talent and not just where it can
save money. We...
NAM – suggested presentation
outline
 SLIDE 1
    Why should investors set up a manufacturing facility in the state of __...
SEZs – Details

 Number of SEZs approved by state
 Location
 Size
 Master plan/ layout
 Infrastructure available/ planned ...
Washington Meetings
summary and next steps
 Summary of meeting on June 7th:

    Washington DC – Lunch from 12 Noon to 2-...
   5,000 year old ancient civilization

India   
        
        
            325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects
 ...
Quality Power in Abundance

         Rajasthan           51
                                              All-India: 91
  ...
Investments Till Date

   Investment of Rs.3472.38 crore already
   made in approved projects.
   Includes:-
     USD 449....
Punjab has one of the lowest crime
rates in India
                             250
                                    226...
Mohali Initiatives
    Industry -                                   Investor -
    strategic,                             ...
Mohali – The key Initiatives
                       Governance
Master planning        ± Greater Mohali          Industry f...
Ludhiana /Jalandhar Initiatives
  Urban                                              Revival of existing
  revitalisation ...
Business Cities – Infrastructure

 Mohali,      Panjab University, Medical Research Institute, Engineering
              U...
Setting Of Special Economic Zone

 Well established Policy Notified By The Punjab Government.
 Minimum area of 1000 Hectar...
Setting up of Industrial Park

   Well established Policy Notified By The Punjab
   Government.
   Development of Land for...
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  • Slow and steady consistent growthIFS statistics of IMF for 2003 show;India’s share in world exports is around 0.8% as against 5.9% of China 1.3 % of Malaysia, 2% of SingaporeInflation based on WPI, 7.5% for week ending July 24
  • Client Issue: Which countries are the leading offshore providers and who are the challengers?Organizations selecting offshore vendors should first choose which country they wish to do business with. When evaluating nearshore or offshore countries, organizations need to look at a number of qualitative factors: the country's government support, infrastructure, educational system, software and hardware resources, political stability, marketing skills, availability of skilled resources and cultural issues. With approximately 80 percent to 90 percent of total revenue, India dominates, and will continue to dominate, the offshore market. In terms of size and number of IT professionals, only China comes close in potential. China has only a nascent market. Yet, other governments and foreign entrepreneurs are growing local offshore capabilities, recognizing the worldwide need for software professionals. The above chart shows the capabilities of a number of other leading, or potentially leading countries. Action Item: Although a long-term sourcing strategy may include several countries, India should be carefully considered, because it is the leading offshore contender with a successful track record.
  • As already discussed, Punjab leads the country in providing high quality infrastructure. A comparison of various states is given in this slide.
  • Chandigarh-Mohali is Ranked “the best city to live in”.
  • Skilled human resource is the major component for success of an IT industry.Punjab with 50+ engineering and equal number of Polytechnics, good number of Management and MCA institutions provides surplus skill base to the Industry in this region. Punjab has recorded the lowest attrition rate in India
  • Our labour productivity is among the highest in the country Just 1.2% of all the mandays lost despite having 5% of total workforceIn IT industry it is never heard of here
  • The state is well connected with other parts of the country through Air, Rail and Road.We already have an International Airport at Amritsar with 85 flights per week.International Airports are planned at Ludhiana and Chandigarh.All major cities of Punjab are connected with national capital through shatabdi Express trains. One between Amritsar-Delhi, another Pathankot-Delhi and also Chandigarh-Delhi.
  • We have total transparency in our functioning.Public-Private Partnership, Single Window Act and authorising Chartered Engineers to exercise powers to inspect & certify under the relevant law are a few examples.
  • We have put together a Perfect Business Environment in place Dealing with Government has been made to be a pleasurable experience for any investorWe have not just put in a WINDOW between us and the investor but enacted a Law ‘Industrial facilitation Act’ to eradicate any time delays….whatsoeverPlaced favourable industrial policies in placeFast tract clearance mechanism and time bound statutory & non statutory clearancesEasy to change the land useExemption of zoning regulationsSpecial incentives and facilitations for knowledge sectorSEZs status for IT park Clean and proactive political & business environment
  • QuarkCity is spread over about 51 acres in Phase-I and planned for 5000 acres in Phase-II.In First Phase, QuarkCity is constructing high quality 4.0 million sq.ft. area for IT and ITES companies.
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  • Self Certification in respect of labour & employment laws is in force to totally removing Inspector Raj in Industry.Some points to be read
  • Mohali has become HUB of IT companies. Today, over 215 IT companies are operating from STPI Mohali.Major groups like Quark, Dell, Infosys, Reliance, Tata Group and Spice have shown confidence in Punjab by establishing their operations in the state.
  • Mohali has become HUB of IT companies. Today, over 215 IT companies are operating from STPI Mohali.Major groups like Quark, Dell, Infosys, Reliance, Tata Group and Spice have shown confidence in Punjab by establishing their operations in the state.
  • There are other major companies who are seriously looking at MohaliWe are at a very advance stage of discussions with these companies They may soon be a part of this growing business destination
  • this is a testament to the statement we are trying to make……
  • this is a testament to the statement we are trying to make……
  • Power is the backbone of the IT Industry. Therefore, we are committed to provide quality power to Industry.Today, per capita installed capacity of electric power in Punjab is 172 as against all India average of 91.Power tariff in the state is also among the lowest at Rs. 3.84 per unit.We are buying more power from other sources which will improve the power situation in the state to make Punjab self sufficient to provide quality power to industry.
  • Punjab Nam Washington

    1. 1. National Association of Manufacturers meeting on June 7, 2006 at Washington DC Presentation by Government of Punjab Delegation Mr. K. R. Lakhanpal, IAS, Chief Secretary, Punjab Mr. Deepak Nanda, MD SME Business Services. & Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi IAS, Director-cum-Secretary, Department of Information Technology Managing Director, Punjab ICT. Corp. Ltd. Commissioner NRI Affairs, Government of Punjab
    2. 2. Credible India! Incredible Punjab!
    3. 3. Indian Economy The Fastest Growing Market democracy Economic Growth Sustained economic performance Average since 1991 6.2% 2004-05, 2005-06 7 %, 8% Last quarter 2005-2006 9.6% Services account for over 50% of GDP, manufacturing 24%, Agri 26% Manufacturing sector grew at 9% in 2004-05 GDP: US $780 Billions, US $3.9 Trillion at PPP International Trade (2004-05) - $ 200 Billion With US as the biggest trade partner
    4. 4. India – Emerging Global Power When Will India overtake others by Japan US $ GDP? At 2030 India will be 3rd largest Germany Economy after China & US France Italy : BRICs Source Report 2005 2015 2020 2024 2032 Goldman Sachs
    5. 5. GDP Growth in NEXT 50 -70 Years Economic Eclipse Projections based on current per capita growth rates of 1.7% for the US, 6.3% for China and 5.6% for India Source: Fortune
    6. 6. India Becomes Economic Superpower India Crosses US in 2055 - is at number 2 India crosses China in 2067 approx. 120000 GDP in USD Bn. 100000 US 80000 India China Source: UN and IMF study Japan 60000 France Germany 40000 UK Russia 20000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 00 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
    7. 7. Real GDP Growth in US, Japan, & the BRICs Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers- The World in 2050
    8. 8. Projected real growth in GDP and income per capita: 2005-50 (%pa) Country GDP in GDP in domestic currency Population GDP per capita at US $ terms or at PPPs PPPs India 7.6 5.2 0.8 4.3 Indonesia 7.3 4.8 0.6 4.2 China 6.3 3.9 0.1 3.8 Turkey 5.6 4.2 0.7 3.4 Brazil 5.4 3.9 0.7 3.2 Mexico 4.8 3.9 0.6 3.3 Russia 4.6 2.7 -0.5 3.3 S. Korea 3.3 2.4 -0.1 2.6 Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada 2.6 2.6 0.6 1.9 Australia 2.6 2.7 0.7 2.0 US 2.4 2.4 0.6 1.8 Spain 2.3 2.2 0.0 2.2 UK 1.9 2.2 0.3 2.0 France 1.9 2.2 0.1 2.1 Italy 1.5 1.6 -0.3 1.9 Germany 1.5 1.8 -0.1 1.9 Japan 1.2 1.6 -0.3 1.9
    9. 9. Country (indices with US = 100) GDP at market exchange rates in US $ terms GDP in PPP terms 2005 Country GDP at market exchange rates in US $ terms GDP in PPP terms (indices with US = 100) 2005 2050 2005 2050 US 100 100 100 100 Japan 39 23 32 23 Germany 23 15 20 15 China 18 94 76 143 UK 18 15 16 15 France 17 13 15 13 Italy 14 10 14 10 Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers Spain 9 8 9 8 Canada 8 9 9 9 India 6 58 30 100 Korea 6 8 9 8 Mexico 6 17 9 17 Australia 5 6 5 6 Brazil 5 20 13 25 Russia 5 13 12 14 Turkey 3 10 5 10 Indonesia 2 19 7 19
    10. 10. Qualitative Indicators of Country Suitability Source: Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent Gartner Study’05 South Northern Czech India China Israel Africa Ireland Ireland Republic Poland Hungary Russia Language Government support Labour pool Infrastructure Educational system Cost Political stability Cultural compatibility Data/IP security Overall climate
    11. 11. Punjab: The Gateway to central Asia Opportunities for trade with Central Asia Location 50,362 sq. km  Geographical area latitude and 29’30’’ N to 32’32’’ N 1.5% of India's total area. 73’55 E to 76’50 E longitude  State Capital Chandigarh  Distance from Delhi 265 kms.  Population 24.35 Millions 2001 census  Average Rainfall 392 mm  Temp. (Min./Max.) -0.8 C / 44.0 C  Per Capita Income Rs. 25,652  Urban-Rural ratio 34:66  Literacy rate > 70%  Weather Sub tropical  Districts/ villages 17 Dists./ 12,429 villages/ 134 Towns
    12. 12. Punjab: The Basic Profile Gross Domestic Product $17.30 Billion (2004-05), $86.50 Billion at Purchasing Power Parity Expected growth rate of 6.4% in 2006-07 Primarily an Agricultural Economy in the Past New investment of over $14 Billions already approved Agriculture - With 1.56% area contributing >68% to Country’s food pool Strong SME Base - 200,000 SMEs, 650 large and medium industries Investment in industry till 2003-04 - Rs. 350 Billion (USD 7.76 Billion) Source: CMIE, December’05 Around 1.3 million workers are employed in Industries, out of which more than 1 million people are employed in Small Industries GSDP (Rs. Billion) Share in Growth Rate Projected Sector (2004-05) economy so far Growth rate Primary 322 36.47% 4.77% 5 to 6% Secondary 210 23.77% 4.57% 6 to 8% Services 351 39.76% 6.48% 9 to 12%
    13. 13. Punjab: The Past Has been no. 1 state in India Per Capita income Agricultural Production Overall Economic Growth rate Faced a period of turmoil for a decade Per capita Income dropped to 3rd -4th place Agricultural Growth rate dropped to -2% Source: CMIE, December’05 Overall economic Growth rate hovered around 2 to 3% Bounced back in last 5 years Agricultural growth touched new high of >5-7% Exports tripled Overall economic Growth rate rose to about 6% Fiscal Situation and Deficit improved tremendously
    14. 14. Punjab : An Economic Overview Highest CMIE infrastructure Index 1.86 times national average of 186 Highest per capita electricity 2.3 times national average consumption Highest Per capita bank deposits Two times the National average (Rs) Highest Telephone density 25% i.e. 2.5 times the National average of about 10.5%. Highest motor vehicles density 12.7 as against 5.7 of India. (per 100) Two times the National average Highest TV / Fridge density 12 & 7 as against the National (per 100) average of 6 & 2 of India Two to three and a half times the National average Source: CMIE, December’05
    15. 15. India Today report “India’s Best States” *(2003, 2004 and 2005) Source: India Today Best State in India to Live & Work No.1 for Infrastructure Index No.1 for Budget and Prosperity No.1 for Attractive Consumer Market No.1 in Agriculture Production Punjab is leading as Investment destination in India Today
    16. 16. Punjab offers Enviable Business Environment Excellent Physical and Social Availability If you have a project Special Infrastructure of bright incentives & Professional facilitation Talent & best for Mega skilled HR projects Pool Unparalleled Robust Perfect India’s Emerging Investment Destination Government Support & facilitation Business & Investment Telecom and Power Infrastructure Critical Mass Cost arbitrage We have a reason of manufacturing with excellent Industries quality & already Friendly productivity present Business & Regulatory Environment
    17. 17. Punjab leads India in Infrastructure Relative Infrastructure 186 Development Index All India Average : 100 139 137 122 111 94 93 84 Maharashtra Tamil Nadu Karnataka Rajasthan Haryana Gujarat Andhra Punjab Source: CMIE Punjab offers best quality Infrastructure in the country
    18. 18. Chandigarh is the best City to Work & live in Among the top 10 cities in India for: 100 Education The top 10 cities to live in 83.4 79.4 Health 71 67 66.5 Index Value 62.3 61.2 Housing 53.8 48.7 Transport Finance network Entertainment Jobs Chandigarh Hyderabad Ahmedabad Chennai Bangalore Pondicherry Mumbai Bhopal Goa Kolkata Income Life-style Source : Outlook Money survey Consumption Chandigarh- Mohali ranked Sports “the best city to live in”
    19. 19. Educated & Skilled Human Resources Chandigarh – Mohali - Punjab Highest Human Development Index Lowest attrition rate in India Two IITs within 150 Miles- IIT Delhi, IIT Roorkee, 3 Institutes amongst the top 20 6 excellent Universities and 4 deemed Universities Exclusive Technical University with 100 + Colleges 15,000 Engg Graduates & 4000 MBAs Yearly 10,000 Technicians yearly from 50+ Polytechnics Institutes 20,000 skilled craftsmen yearly from 100+ Industrial Training Institutes 60,000 + Excellent English speaking manpower for BPO & KPO
    20. 20. Want Highest Workforce Productivity?  Only 1.2% of all 5 Lowest Mandays Lost mandays lost, 4.136 despite having 5% 4 in the country of the total 3 industrial workforce 2 1.719 1.015 0.819  Labour productivity 1 0.42 0.392 among the highest 0 in the country Maharashtra Tamil Nadu Gujarat Karnataka Pradesh Andhra Punjab Come to Punjab
    21. 21. Excellent Transportation, Logistics Infrastructure& Connectivity Two International Airports at Amritsar & Delhi …… only at 125 and 150 miles from Chandigarh. About 100 International flights per week from Amritsar, ……875 from Delhi. New Intl’ Airport at Halwara in 2007-08 near Ludhiana Chandigarh airport being upgraded by 2007-08. ……Daily flights to Delhi, Mumbai & Bangalore. Inland Container Ports at Ludhiana, Bhatinda, Amritsar, Jalandhar & Chandigarh (Dappar) with customs clearance facility Well linked to the rest of the country by road, rail & air Telecom: Multiple service providers: All towns & Villages covered Unlimited Bandwidth Available on demand Highest Optic Fibre Density (OFC) density - Extensive OFC Network of 25,000 route Km. in Punjab
    22. 22. Institutional Framework & Friendly Regulatory Environment Government has appointed ‘Nodal Officer’ as ‘Relationship Manager’ Punjab Industrial Facilitation Act, 2005 is in place to provide single window service Single point project clearance within a stipulated time frame Special provisions for facilitating mega projects Self-certification provided under various labour laws Declaration of key industries as ‘public utility service’ Full flexibility under labour laws to the extent of the State Government’s power
    23. 23. Government Facilitation and support Completely hassle Clean & Proactive Industrial free dealing with Govt political & Business facilitation environment Act in place SEZs in Amritsar, Highly Mohali & 7 other places favourable Industrial Policies & Labour It takes minimum time to start a new business in Perfect Laws/ Rules Punjab amongst all states in India- Business Environment Special incentives Source: The survey report of World Bank 2004-05 Track Fast & facilitation for clearance mechanism Mega Projects in place Exemption Time bound from zoning Easy statutory & non-statutory regulations Conversion clearances of land use
    24. 24. Investments in Mega Projects within last 24 months Category No of Investment Employment Projects (Rs. Billion) Manufacturing 43 100 313490 Industrial Parks 17 110 277100 Multiplex/ Malls 36 63 83925 Hotels 20 16 10775 Residential 42 267 276850 More than 175158 Total 55,458 962100 projects totaling an outlay of (US$ 12 Billion) $17 Billion Stands Approved as of Today Upto Jan 2006
    25. 25. Punjab – Business Cities Industry Cluster Bicycles, Auto Components Steel, , Metallurgy, Hand & Machine Tools, Ludhiana Textiles, Garments & Hosiery Garments, Woolens, Machining, Foods Amritsar Sports Goods and Leather Jalandhar Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Electronics, Telecom and Information Mohali Technology Petro-chemicals, Fertilizer, Dairy Bathinda
    26. 26. US $ Million Exports from Punjab Year Year Year Growth Industry 2003 2004 2005 % Yarns & Textiles 373 410 548 38% Garments & Hosiery 300 310 382 23% Bicycles & Cycle Parts 180 203 301 48% Food Products 155 125 39 -68% Hand Tools 93 107 132 23% Sports Goods 67 93 163 74% Leather Goods 31 16 44 179% Carpets 16 25 47 89% Handicrafts 3 47 75 60% Drugs 20 10 191 1874% Others 424 767 617 23% Grand Total 1,658 2,113 2,537 26%
    27. 27. Internationally Renowned Indian Companies Working In Punjab Ranbaxy Medicines Hero Cycles,Avon Cycles Cycles Punjab Tractor Ltd. Swaraj Tractors and Combine Harvester Oswal Woolen Mills Monte Carlo , Casablanca Oswal Knit India Ltd. Pringle JCT Textiles, DCM Ctv Picture Tube , Steel rope , Castings Birla VXL(OCM) Woolen fabric JIL Maltova , Viva , range of wines & liquor Gujrat Ambuja Cement Godrej Washing Machine ACC Cement SIEL Chemicals, Vanaspati Abhishek (supplier to Denim Fabric, Tarry Towels Wal-Mart)
    28. 28. Multinational Corporations in Punjab Nishikasha Schering Gist Brocodes
    29. 29. Punjab: Investment Regions-1 Mohali-Chandigarh Capital Region Knowledge sector, auto parts, service industry World class urban amenities & social infrastructure University, Medical research (PGIMER), Pharmaceutical research (NIPER), Microbial technology (IMT), Nanotechnology (CSIO), Science Research (IISc), Engineering colleges, Indian Institute of Science, Mohali Diverse manufacturing base in tri-state region Pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, construction Technology Parks, SEZ’s Airport expansion, 4 New Highways by 2008
    30. 30. Punjab: Investment Regions-2 Amritsar – Ferozepur – Gurdaspur Border Corridor International trade and Business International airport, Highway nodes Gateway to Central Asia Universities (GNDU, PTU), National Institute of Technology (NIT), Engineering Colleges Tourism, Hotels Food processing, Textile, Woolens, Sugar & Paper; Light engineering & Metallurgy; Sports goods, Leather goods & Carpets SEZ by DLF Gas based power plant
    31. 31. Punjab: Investment Regions-3 Ludhiana - Jalandhar Investment Corridor Textile, light engineering, hand tools, auto parts Largest Manufacturing base north of New Delhi, SEZ Yarn, Textiles & Apparel; Bicycles, Steel & Engineering; Electricals & Plastics; Food processing & Dairy Gas based power plant New International Airport 2008, Ring Road, Rail Freight Corridor to Kolkata and Mumbai Skilled Labor pool, most productive Agriculture University, Biotechnology Institute
    32. 32. Punjab: Investment Regions-4 Bathinda Growth Region Petro-chemicals, food processing Thermal power stations 2000 MW New Petroleum refinery 9 million tons Fertilizer, petrochemicals Yarns & Textiles; Citrus Fruits, Sugar & Paper Engineering Colleges, Health Sciences University
    33. 33. Punjab Government is Committed to provide the following facilities in these four investment Regions World Class Infrastructure Developed land with roads, sewers etc. World class urban amenities-water supply Quality Power Supply Connectivity and communication Airports, Rail-Road connectivity Internet, telecommunication World class security and policing system Every regions to have 4-5 anchor units to spur the growth In every investment regions there are industrial parks and SEZs in the pipeline
    34. 34. Punjab Government is Committed to provide the following facilities in these four investment Regions 300 world class schools 10 excellent colleges 10 world class professional Institutes like Indian Institute of Science- in 2008 Indian Institute of Bio-Technology in 2008 Indian Institute of Nano Technology Institute of Information Technology Indian Institute of Management Indian Law School- in 2006
    35. 35. Developed Industrial Estates 1. Amritsar 2. Batala 3. Bhatinda 4. Ludhiana I to VII 5. Goindwal Sahib, Tarn Taran (near Amritsar) 6. Hoshiarpur 7. Jalandhar 8. Khanna (near Ludhiana) 9. Kotkapura ( Near Bhatinda) 10. Moga 11. Nabha 12. Nawanshahar 13. Rajpura, Mohali, Derabassi, & Chalanon (Near Chandigarh)
    36. 36. SEZs in Punjab Company Location Area Industry Investment (Acre) (Rs. In Crore) 1 QuarkCity Mohali 25.50 IT/ITES 1165 2 Ranbaxy Mohali 80.00 Pharma 265 Laboratories 3 DLF Universal Amritsar 2500 Multiproduct 453 4. DLF Universal Ludhiana-Jalandhar 2500 Multiproduct 1800 5. QuarkCity Patiala-Sangrur- 2500 Multiproduct 1335 Fategarh 6. QuarkCity Jalandhar-Ludhiana- 1000 Product Specific 885 Hoshiarpur 7. QuarkCity Amritsar-Gurdaspur- 1000 Product Specific 885 Kapurthala 8. QuarkCity Patiala 250 Product Specific 210 9. QuarkCity In the State 50 Free Trade, 107.50 Logistics & Warehousing Zone
    37. 37. QuarkCity an Integrated township Spread over 51 acres of land in Mohali, 5000 Acres in phase II Built up area of four million square feet Will have an office, commercial, and residential complex Will be self-sufficient and equipped with almost every essential amenity:  Hospital  Quark Institute of Advanced Learning  Schools  Recreation and community centers  Sports facilities  Parks for children and elders  Crèche  Transport facilities  Daily needs market  Library  Auditorium
    38. 38. Industrial/IT Parks in Punjab Park Location Investment Employment (Rs. million) Potential 1. QuarkCity IT Park Mohali 10,000 22,000 2. Advance India – IT Park 1,150 1,000 3. JDU Builders & Promoters –IT Mohali 1,110 1,000 Park 4. Globus Projects IT Park Mohali 1,460 100 5. DLF Universal SEZ Amritsar 18,000 40,000 6. Nahar Industries Ludhiana 5,000 500 7. Krishna Industrial Park 4,000 20,000 8. Silicon Construction Mohali 14,000 30,000 9. Fashion Technology Park Mohali 2,600 55,000 10. Punjab Apparel Park Ludhiana 3,550 22,500 11. Integrated Textile Park Ludhiana 15,000 85,000 12 Amartex India Mohali 10,000 40,000 13 Janta Land Promoters Mohali 4,210 5,000 14 Global Strategic 4,100 500 15 Vipul Infrastructure Ludhiana 6,330 10,000
    39. 39. Immediate Sector Growth opportunities Manufacturing & Light Engineering 1 Automobile Industry Sector Opportunity Ranking Hand Tools Leather & Sports Goods Textile & Garments, Hosiery & Knitwear 2 Agro & Food Processing, fruits, vegetables Dairy Milk & Meat Processing Knowledge Sector 3 Information & Communication Technology Bio-Technology & Bio-informatics Pharmaceutical Infrastructure 4 Power Construction and Real Estate Services Sector 5 Retail, Entertainment & Infotainment
    40. 40. Punjab: Agri Processing Punjab farmers produce 20 million tons of grain every year 3 million tons of fresh produce every year 30 million liters of milk every day US $ 2 billion investment by 3 Major Companies Reliance Industries Bharti-Rothschild ITC Ltd Focus on Export & marketing Farm fresh produce, processed foods, Dairy, Meats Promoting Safe, Hygienic, Sustainable, Organic farm practices International standards for Hygiene, Health
    41. 41. Largest integrated network at ground level 52 Rural Business Hubs Collection / purchase of produce Distribution of Agricultural inputs Domestic marketing needs of farmer’s family Entertainment and intainment for farmer Education and healthcare hub 250 RBH extensions No. of villages to be covered: 12000 Huge employment opportunity at farmgate World class Infrastructure Strong farmer relationships Disintermediation & ‘demand led production’
    42. 42. Business and Investment Opportunities in Agri sector Processing, grading and Packaging Handling system Cold chain and logistics Largest Food Retailing network Massive export drive Productivity focus in F&V, Dairy, coarse grains Micro Irrigation Energy (Bio Diesel) Bio-Technology Farm Inputs & Mechanization Credit & Insurance Risk management Facilitate creation of ‘Common Indian Market’
    43. 43. Challenges and Opportunities in Punjab Power situation-2.5 time the national average but still short on demand Relatively higher land costs- land being very fertile Stagnant Agriculture – Needs second break through Water Management – Lowering of water table because of Extensive agricultural activity Sex-ratio and female feticide
    44. 44. THANK YOU Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi, IAS, MD,Punjab Infotech, Chandigarh ? Tel. 0172-2604892( Telefax ), 2704717 Residence: # 906, Ministerial Complex, Sector 39-A, Chandigarh Tel.:0172- 2688609 Director-cum-Secretary, Department of Information Technology, Commissioner, NRI Affairs Government of Punjab, E-Mail :- www.doit.gov.in nskalsi@gmail.com Punjabsewa.gov.in nskalsi@punjabmail.gov.in www.punjabinfotech.org doit@punjabmail,gov.in Punjab.gov.in md@punjabinfotech.org
    45. 45. Advantage Punjab – Automotive and Engineering Industry Light Engineering Industries identified as a priority Many industrial clusters Provides more than 75% of the country’s requirement for bicycles, sewing machines, hosiery and sports goods; 7% of the total tractors production in the country Focused institutional support structure being created with UNDP and UNIDO help  Institute of Auto Parks, Focal Point Ludhiana  Institute of Machine Tool Technology, Focal Point, Batala One of the fastest growing automobile markets in the country
    46. 46. Auto Component Industry in Punjab There are number of auto-components in small scale sector located in the area/ region like Ludhiana, Jalandhar in Punjab Large and medium scale units in Punjab’s auto part industry accounts for around 10% of the total auto component production in India Including 6000 small scale units, Punjab’s share in total auto component production in India will be much higher The State also exports auto components to UK, Germany, US, Africa and Gulf countries Exports of auto components including diesel engine and parts at Rs.397 crores is around 6% of total export of auto components from India (2004-05)
    47. 47. Opportunities for Auto Component Industry in Punjab A fast growing domestic market India is fast becoming a hub for global sourcing Investments of auto and auto component majors in India are on the rise Exemption from homologation for R&D purposes Lesser number of platforms but more variants per platforms for all auto majors, making production in small lots viable
    48. 48. Key Players in Punjab Avon Cycles Ltd DCM Engineering GNA Axles Goetze (India) Hero Cycles Highway Industries International Tractors Majestic Auto Punjab Tractors Rockman Industries
    49. 49. Textile Industry in Punjab Occupies an important place in the economy of Punjab Textile accounts for 29% of fixed investment, 17% of manufacturing output, 21% of industrial employment and 40% of the total exports from the State. State has 10% share of total yarn production and 7% of total mill made fabric production in the country Textile exports basket includes exports of yarns, fabrics, knitwear and readymade garments. State has about 116 large and medium scale industrial units and over 14000 small scale units producing textiles over 1.5 Bn US Dollars per annum
    50. 50. Textile advantage Punjab Ample availability of cotton Installed Capacity Thriving textile clusters at Spinning mills 112 Ludhiana, Amritsar and around Chandigarh Composite mills 77 Availability of technical and Power Looms Units 3661 managerial manpwoer Spindles installed 1.7 million Skilled labour Availability of women workers Looms (composite & 1171 exclusive weaving Established textile houses like units) Vardhman, Nahar, Malwa, Trident, Arti Powerlooms 23620 Sizable market for high quality Production of yarn 332 mn kg textile products
    51. 51. Transforming Punjab: Our Strengths in a Nutshell Strong and Dynamic and vibrant economy productive people Peaceful law & Low cost & high Stable with overwhelming Order environment quality power Governments zest Visionary & Excellent Human Quality responsive Telecom with resources & Infrastructure - Administration built-in Availability of Industry parks, committed to free redundancy Manpower Built-up space enterprise High Quality of life Institutional Exemplary and Social Mechanism for fast Harmonious entrepreneurship Infrastructure & Track Clearances industrial & excellent work An attractive & relations culture domestic market A Satisfied Investor Base
    52. 52. TO BE UPDATED Contacts PSIDC PAIC Ms. Ravneet Kaur IAS, Managing Director Sh. Himmat Singh IAS, Managing Director Punjab State Industrial Development Corpn.Ltd (PSIDC) Punjab Agro Industries Corpn.Ltd (PAIC) Udyog Bhawan, 18 Himalaya Marg, 2A Sector 28A, Sector 17, Chandigarh Madhya Marg Phone Nos. 91-172- 2702881,2 721660,2 704040 Chandigarh FAX:91-172-2704145 Phone Nos. 91-172- 2657472,2657037 E-mail: psidc@glide.net.in, psidc@chd.nic.in & Fax: 91-172- 2657398, 2651561 psidc@sancharnet.in E-mail: projects_paic@glide.net.in PIDB Punjab Infotech Sh. Avinash Singh Chhatwal IAS, Managing Director Sh. Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi IAS, Managing Director Punjab Infrastructure Development Board (PIDB) Punjab Information & Communication Technology SCO 89-90, Sector 34 A, Corporation Ltd. Chandigarh Udyog Bhawan, 18 Himalaya Marg, Phone: 91-172-2665410 , 2665395, Sector 17, Chandigarh 2665417 Phone: 91-172-2704717, Fax: 91-172-2701595 Fax: 91-172-2665596 Email: md@punjabinfotech.org Email: mdpidb@glide.net.in Website: www.punjabinfotech.org
    53. 53. Punjab The Most Happening Place Today
    54. 54. Labour Law – Innovative Policy Initiatives Self Certification in respect of labour & employment laws Factories Act Employment Exchange – Notification of vacancies Act Payment of Wages Act Workmen Compensation Act Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act Minimum Wages Act Employees State Insurance Act Industrial Employment Standing orders Act Industrial Establishment (National Holidays) Act Punjab Labour Welfare Fund Act Payment of Bonus Act Payment of Gratuity Act Maturity Benefits Act Child Labour Prohibition Act Punjab Shop & Establishment Act Permission to operate in three shifts
    55. 55. Some Findings from World Bank’s November 2004 Report on India’s manufacturing competitiveness
    56. 56. Respondents identifying power supply as a “major-to-severe” bottleneck to growth 70 59.30 60 54.00 50 46.30 38.10 41.10 40 30 27.10 22.30 20 10 5.20 5.70 5.90 3.90 1.20 0 a al ra h sh a a t ab i h du lh ra k es al an es g ht ta e De nj en Na ja r ad ad ry ad Ke as na Pu Gu tB Ha Pr Pr ar Pr il r m Ka es ah a r a Ta ta hy r W M dh Ut ad An M Source: World Bank
    57. 57. Respondents identifying Transport as a “major-to-severe” bottleneck to growth 60 50.30 50 43.50 40 29.00 30 20 6.10 7.80 10 2.40 3.10 3.50 0.40 0.60 1.00 1.40 0 a al ra h sh a a t ab i h du lh ra k es an al es g ht ta e De nj en Na ja r ad ad ry ad Ke as na Pu Gu tB Ha Pr Pr ar Pr il r m Ka es ah a r a Ta ta hy r W M dh Ut ad An M Source: World Bank
    58. 58. 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 De lh i 19 Pu nj ab Ut 20 ta r Pr ad es h 23 Ha ry an a W 25 es tB en g al M 30 ah ar as An ht dh ra 32 r a Pr ad M e sh ad 43 hy a Pr ad es h Source: World Bank 44 Ta m il Na du 45 Gu ja ra t 47 Ka r na ta k a 49 Ke r al a 53 Days of inventory of major inputs
    59. 59. Ha rya na 1 Pu nj a b 1.1 De lh i 1.2 Ut tar Pr ad es h 1.3 Ma dh ya Pr ad es h 1.6 Gu jar a t 2.8 Ka rn ata ka 3.4 Source: World Bank Ta mi lN ad u 3.5 vacancy An dh ra Pr ad es h 4.5 We st Be ng al 4.6 Ke ral a 5.2 Days needed to fill a skilled Ma ha ras tr a 5.7
    60. 60. Percent of Respondents Identifying Infrastructure as major or severe obstacle Karnataka 61.21 Uttar Pradesh 51.72 Madhya Pradesh 49.29 Tamil Nadu 40.91 West Bengal 31.68 Maharastra 31.6 Haryana 30.69 Gujarat 24.36 Kerala 19.8 Andhra Pradesh 17.26 Punjab 11.67 Delhi 4.76 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Source: World Bank
    61. 61. The HUB of Information Technology & Knowledge Industry O 200 Prominent IT &BPOCompanies Registered ver with ST Mohali PI Existing Companies • Quark Media House • Smart Data • Infosys Technologies Enterprises • Dell International • SE Biz Infotech • E2E Serwiz Solutions • American Software (Tata) Global Technologies • IDS Infotech • Semi-Conductor • SE Biz Infotech Complex Ltd. • SME Business Services • Punjab Comm Ltd. Ltd. • Center for Development of Advance Computing
    62. 62. The HUB of Information Technology & Knowledge Industry O 200 Prominent IT &BPOCompanies Registered ver with ST Mohali PI Existing Companies • Orient Craft Ltd. • BSNL • Lambodra Infotech • HFCL – Connect • Hutch Mobile Service • Spice Telecom • VSNL • Bharti-Airtel • OC Fashion • Reliance Technologies Infocomm • Tata Infotel
    63. 63. The HUB of Information Technology & Knowledge Industry New Companies in the Chandigarh Capital Region • Tata Consultancy • Wipro • Satyam Services Computers • Infosys • IBM Daksh • Verseon of Adityo & Sabeer Bhatia • HCL (Hotmail fame)
    64. 64. India – China – Russia A New Triad • China New • India Triad • Russia • Europe • US Asian Countries • Japan Existing Triad 3 + AN • China ASE • Japan Source: Fortune • Korea
    65. 65. India has maintained a leading share of the global offshore IT and BPO industries IT BPO Share of global offshore industry Share of global offshore industry Percent 100% Percent 100% US$8.5 bn -18.4 bn US$2.3 bn 11.4 bn 38 35 38 35 18.4 Others 18.4 Others 62 62 65 62 62 2 6 65 India India 2001 2005 2001 2005 Source: NASSCOM
    66. 66. Human Resources India’s competitive edge - its highly-skilled manpower Over 380 universities (11,200 colleges) 1500 research institutions Over 200,000 engineering graduates Over 300,000 post graduates from non-engineering colleges 2,100,000 other graduates Around 9,000 PhDs Knowledge workers in software industry increased from 56,000 in 1990-91 to 650,000 in 2003; to reach 2 million by 2008 Due to its young demographic profile, India would continue to be surplus in working population for a long-time
    67. 67. Global Business Leaders - On India “We are expanding “India is a developed our presence in country as far as India to take intellectual capital is advantage of the concerned” ample R&D talent available” JACK WELCH, GE JOHN CHAMBERS, CISCO “India can be a major “India is handling part of Dell’s the most operations and we sophisticated are looking to projects in the capitalize on India’s world. I am human capital” capital impressed with the quality of work” MICHAEL DELL, DELL BILL GATES, MICROSOFT
    68. 68. What Global Business Leaders say about us “Infosys took a decision to establish a centre in North India and finalised on Mohali after considering the issues involved and the advantages of the city in terms of a better quality of life, lower living costs, pollution free environment and a less stressful life for our employees. Further, the positive and professional approach of the Government and STP helped us immensely in setting up the centre” Nandan M. Nilekani CEO, President & MD “I am impressed with Infosys Technologies Limited the development made by Punjab in the area of IT” “Since the market is opening, Prof. Mohanbir Singh Sawhney Mohali by virtue of its Kellog Graduate School of Management strategic location provides a good market for Software business and IT Service Providers. Infrastructure in Chandigarh and Mohali is better than that in Fred Ebrahimi Bangalore.” Chairman, Quark (USA)
    69. 69. What Global Business Leaders say about us “The Company goes where it finds talent and not just where it can save money. We are very pleased with the talented workforce in Mohali. Punjab Government’s support and commitment to Information Technology are positive signals for growth for there is tremendous potential for business in this region.” “With metropolitan cities like Delhi, Bangalore becoming crowded and expensive, the MICHAEL DELL, DELL attention is shifting to cities like Mohali and Chandigarh. The difference between a perfectly successful, world-class enterprise and on ehtat is not so lies in a key difference bwetween them: QUALITY.” Azim H. Premji “Considering that Punjab is Chairman & MD, Wipro Ltd. fast emerging as the IT Capital of North, has decided to invest Rs.1000 crores in bio- technology project to be promoted jointly with Trident Sabeer Bhatia Group. Founder, Hotmail
    70. 70. NAM – suggested presentation outline SLIDE 1  Why should investors set up a manufacturing facility in the state of ____________ ??  Industrial clusters that exist in these states SLIDE 2  Articulate a masterplan/ roadmap for promoting manufacturing locations by each state  Manufacturing sites identified & commitment for land acquisition  Current status of these projects SLIDE 3  Planned infrastructure in these manufacturing locations (above the ground and below the ground)  Social infrastructure  Proximity to ports/ airports  External/internal linkages and connectivity  Availability of skilled labor  Proximity to colleges/ vocational schools SLIDE 4  Single window clearance for all Central/ State formalities and other investor facilitation  Assigning a senior state official as a “relationship manager” SLIDE 5  Contact details of relevant officials
    71. 71. SEZs – Details Number of SEZs approved by state Location Size Master plan/ layout Infrastructure available/ planned (both above the ground and below the ground) Social infrastructure – housing/ schools/ hospitals/ recreation/ hospitality Connectivity/ external linkages Proximity to Highway/ Port// Airport Focus on any industry cluster Availability of skilled labor (proximity to colleges/ vocational institutes) Current status and estimated time frame of availability for lease/ sale Names of possible anchor tenants Contact details of Promoters/ Developers
    72. 72. Washington Meetings summary and next steps Summary of meeting on June 7th:  Washington DC – Lunch from 12 Noon to 2-30 PM (Manufacturing) - confirmed Deliverables and next steps :  Draft presentation to be ready by May 26  Need names of delegation members (senior representation - maximum 3)  Delegates from respective states to be present in Washington by June 6th for a dinner meeting (dry run)
    73. 73.  5,000 year old ancient civilization India    325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects 18 official languages 29 states, 5 union territories  3.28 million sq. kilometers - Area  7,516 kilometers - Coastline  1.3 Billion population.  5600 dailies, 15000 weeklies and 20000 periodicals in 21 languages with a combined circulation of 142 million.  GDP $780 Billion. (GDP rate 8%)  Parliamentary form of Government  Worlds largest democracy.  Worlds 4th largest economy.  World-class recognition in IT, bio-technology and space.  Largest English speaking nation in the world.  3rd largest standing army force, over 1.5 Million strong.  2nd largest pool of scientists and engineers in the World.
    74. 74. Quality Power in Abundance Rajasthan 51 All-India: 91 Andhra Pradesh 97 Karnataka 95 Tamil Nadu 112 Gujarat 139 Haryana 90 Maharashtra 131 Punjab 179 0 50 100 150 200 Per capita installed capacity (Watts) Source: Statistical Abstract of Punjab. Lowest power rate in India, Rs.3.72 (Aus$ 0.110) per unit compared to an all India average of Rs.4.50 (Aus$ 0.130) per unit
    75. 75. Investments Till Date Investment of Rs.3472.38 crore already made in approved projects. Includes:- USD 449.49 million in manufacturing units USD 154.30 million in Industrial Parks USD 56.13 million in Multiplex Projects USD 111.71 million in Housing Projects
    76. 76. Punjab has one of the lowest crime rates in India 250 226 218 population/ Per Year Crime rate / 1,00,000 185 146 52 Kar. Mah. TN AP All India Punjab Punjab has Lowest Crime Rates in India
    77. 77. Mohali Initiatives Industry - Investor - strategic, cosmopolitan emerging, “soft” ± Punjab NRI ± Software ± Foreign direct ± Services - Mohali - The investor healthcare; Emerging ± External (non- business tourism Industries Punjab) medium / ± Floriculture Capital large ± Electronics - revitalisation ± Leisure & entertainment Mohali has the wherewithal to draw in substantial private investment Strategic interventions are required to make this happen
    78. 78. Mohali – The key Initiatives Governance Master planning ± Greater Mohali Industry facilitation ± Greater Mohali Authority & District ± Key institutional area ± Computerisation of HQ at Mohali ± Regulated administration ± Welcome counter development at railway station ± Long-term ± Representation in perspective marketing outposts Mohali Infrastructure Marketing ± SOFTOP ± The “Smart City” ± Land banking ± Replace ± Convention facilities Bangalore, Pune, ± Education & healthcare Lifestyle as the emerging ± Public transport ± Golf course city in India ± 5-star hotels ± Helipad ± Cricket stadium
    79. 79. Ludhiana /Jalandhar Initiatives Urban Revival of existing revitalisation industries through ± Development technology, master-planning support ± Industry relocation Ludhiana / ± Textiles ± Large-scale Jalandhar - The ± Leather & rubber infusion of funds traditional industries ± Sports goods hub ± Engineering Focus on urban / lifestyle industry for second generation resident ± Real estate ± Leisure & amusement
    80. 80. Business Cities – Infrastructure Mohali, Panjab University, Medical Research Institute, Engineering University, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research, Chandigarh Institute of Microbial Technology, Airport Amritsar International Airport, Guru Nanak Dev University, Medical Research College, International Trading Centre, Hotels & Tourism Punjab Technical University, National Institute of Jalandhar Renewable Energy, National Institute of Technology, Science City, Ludhiana State Agriculture University, International Airport, Rail Freight Corridor Punjabi University, Thapar Institute of Technology, Patiala Medical Research College, National Sports School, National Law School Bathinda Oil Refinery Project, Thermal Power Plant
    81. 81. Setting Of Special Economic Zone Well established Policy Notified By The Punjab Government. Minimum area of 1000 Hectare for General Purpose and 10 Hectare for product specific SEZ. Incentives under the Punjab SEZ Policy Single window clearance. Freedom to setup independent Power Plant. Exemption from Sales Tax/ VAT, octroi, Electricity duty, Stamp duty, Registration Fee & Property/ House Tax, Education/ infrastructure & other cess. Self certification in respect of labour laws. Tax benefits as per scheme of Govt of India.
    82. 82. Setting up of Industrial Park Well established Policy Notified By The Punjab Government. Development of Land for Industrial Parks/ Estates/ Agro Parks/ IT Parks/ Biotech parks. Minimum Land for development shall be 10 acres. Permission to develop 60% of area for industrial activity, 30% for residential & 10% for commercial. FAR & Ground coverage as per applicable bye laws & regulations Exemption from payment of land use conversion fee. Benefits applicable as per Industrial Policy 2003. Special benefits for Mega Projects with investments exceeding Rs 100 crores.

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