Global Industrial & Knowledge City in RajpuraPresentation to: Government of PunjabDecember 2010                           ...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Global Industrial & Knowledge City at Rajpura    Scope of Work1                    • Detailed Work plan (staffing deployme...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Ov erall GSD P(2009)Regional Context                                                                                      ...
Regional ContextPunjab within the northern region           Industrial Growth & Development                               ...
Regional Context           Punjab within the northern region                                                              ...
Regional Context   Other successful developments in India            Industrial       Mahindra World             Ranjangao...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Regional Context     Rajpura within the catchment region     Key Developments within the catchment region        Existing ...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Key Sectors                         Manufacturing Sectors in Punjab             3000%                                   Pe...
Key SectorsManufacturing Sectors in Punjab (1st stage assessment)                                Relative Concentration in...
Key SectorsManufacturing Sectors in Punjab (Final Assessment)                                                             ...
Key SectorsGrowth in Punjab vis-à-vis other Key States (Output Growth 2000-2008)                           Food Processing...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Textile & Apparel    Why India?                      Cost Competiveness                                                   ...
Textile & Apparel  Why Punjab?        Factor                      AP                  Gujarat         Tamil Nadu    Mahara...
Textile & ApparelPunjab – Industry Value Chain                                                                            ...
Textile & ApparelKey Existing Players in the State          Existing Players (Punjab)                      Potential Key P...
Textile & ApparelPunjab – Enablers & Critical Success Factors Key requirements for GIKC to be able to attract investments ...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Food Processing Why India?                                   Supply of Raw Materials & Processed Food     Level of Process...
Food Processing Why Punjab?           Punjabs contribution to national food production                                    ...
Food ProcessingIndustry Value Chain and Punjab’s Strengths                         •   Rice, Wheat                        ...
Food ProcessingKey Existing Players in the State          Existing Players (Punjab)                    Potential Key Playe...
Food ProcessingCritical Success Factors Key requirements for GIKC to be able to attract investments in Food Processing Sec...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Light Engineering Industry       Why India?                        Growth of India Engineering Sector                60.00...
Light Engineering IndustryWhy Punjab?                                                                  ►Light   Engineerin...
Light Engineering IndustryPunjab – Industry Value Chain and Critical Success FactorsPunjab Strength– Industry Value Chain ...
Light Engineering IndustryPunjab – Key existing and proposed players          Existing Players (Punjab)                 Po...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
IT/ITeS Industry      Why India?                        Indian IT Industry (INR Billion)         4000                     ...
IT/ITeS Industry                             Why Punjab? – Green shoots of growth                                   2,000 ...
IT/ITeS IndustryPunjab – Industry Value Chain and Critical Success FactorsPunjab Strength– Industry Value Chain           ...
IT/ITeS IndustryPunjab – Key existing and proposed players              Existing Players (Punjab)                         ...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Other Critical Components of the DevelopmentKey Growth Drivers                                                            ...
Education SectorPunjab – Current State                              Growth in no. of Universities and Degree              ...
Education SectorPunjab – Key existing and proposed players          Existing Players (Punjab)           Potential Key Play...
Agenda  1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far  2. Punjab: Regional Context  3. Rajpura: Regional Context  4. Key Potentia...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewSite Location                                        Located in Patiala ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment                                  Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location            ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area                Consists of land from 6 villa...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area                Consists of land from 6 villa...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area                Consists of land from 6 villa...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area                Consists of land from 6 villa...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Sehra – 503(1242.94) Sehra site area - 207.9...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Sehra – 503(1242.94) Sehra site area - 207.9...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site Overview                                         Total Site Area: ~1359 acresVil...
Agenda 1. Site Overview          •   Physical and Environmental Attributes          •   Catchments Zones          •   Regi...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment2. Physical and Environmental Attributesa) Climate and Rainfall   Hot dry climate with ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment2. Physical and Environmental Attributesb) Geomorphology and Soil Types • The district ...
Conceptual Framework and Assessment2. Physical and Environmental Attributesd) Bio diversityEcological features  Forests – ...
Agenda 1. Site Overview          •   Physical and Environmental Attributes          •   Catchments Zones          •   Regi...
Catchments & ConnectivityPage 64                         I
Site located near Rajpura benefits from thevicinity of major towns and industrial hubs likeChandigarh, Patiala, Ambala, Lu...
Key Distances:• Chandigarh Airport: 45 kms• New Delhi: 230 kms• NH -1: 5 kms• NH – 64: 5 kms                              ...
Agenda 1. Site Overview          •   Physical and Environmental Attributes          •   Catchments Zones          •   Regi...
NH-1 (Delhi-Attari Road) -establishing direct linkage toAmritsar, Ludhiana, Ambala &New Delhi,NH-64 (Chandigarh toDabwali)...
Proposed Road Connectivity   Catchments & ConnectivityPage 69                                                      I
GIKC site is well connected with Northern Railway NetworkExisting Rail Connectivity                                  Catch...
Proposed international Airport atChandigarh approx. 42 km from site Airport Connectivity                Catchments & Conne...
Catchments & ConnectivityPage 72                         I
4. Regional ConnectivityLocation of GIKC in relation to GoldenQuadrilateral Super HighwaysThe project site in Rajpura is l...
4. Regional ConnectivityDedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)Proposed Eastern dedicated FreightCorridor which connects Ludhiana...
4. Regional ConnectivityDedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)                                               The proposed GIKC s...
Proposed SiteLogistics Infrastructure                                              Proposed Logistics hub Projects   Logis...
Proposed SiteMaster Plan Developments around GIKCGIKC site within Rajpura Local Panning AreaThe new proposed Patiala maste...
Site Level Connectivity                       Proposed Site               Road ConnectivityPage 78                        I
Site Level Connectivity                       Proposed Site                Rail ConnectivityPage 79                        I
Existing Site Infrastructure                          Proposed Site               Power InfrastructurePage 80             ...
Existing Site Infrastructure                          Proposed Site                Water InfrastructurePage 81            ...
Agenda 1. Site Overview 2. Physical and Environmental Attributes 3. Catchments Zones 4. Regional Connectivity 5. Infrastru...
Proposed SiteInfrastructure Assessment - WaterPotential Water supply sources nearby to the proposed site:•   Narawana Bran...
Proposed SiteInfrastructure Assessment - PowerExisting scenario and upcoming power project:•     A 220kV HT line is passin...
Proposed SiteInfrastructure Assessment - Power   Existing and Proposed Power Projects in PunjabPage 85                    ...
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  1. 1. Global Industrial & Knowledge City in RajpuraPresentation to: Government of PunjabDecember 2010 I e Q I
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward
  3. 3. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward
  4. 4. Global Industrial & Knowledge City at Rajpura Scope of Work1 • Detailed Work plan (staffing deployment • Approach & Methodology Inception & schedule and project schedule.) / Data • Project Team Report Availability • Broad Vision2 • Location Assessment Conceptual • Concept Plan – Zoning, Product Mix, Framework • Demand Assessment Broad Phasing & Assessment • Best Practices Study (Benchmarking) • Project Structuring Options3 • Preparatory & Reconnaissance Survey • Infrastructure Demand Supply Gap Assessment Draft Master • Detailed Study & Mapping • Development Plan Plan4 • Land Use Plan • Urban Design Guidelines Final Master • Development Control Regulations • Preliminary Environment & Social Impact Plan • Implementation Strategy Assessment5 • Sr. No. 1 to 4 Draft Final • Marketing Plan Report • Economic & Financial ViabilityPage 4 Progress so far New section added I
  5. 5. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 5 I
  6. 6. Ov erall GSD P(2009)Regional Context PUNJAB HIMACHAL PRADESH Sh imlaPunjab within the northern region Ch andigarh UTTARANCHAL Dehradun HARIYANA Macroeconomic & Demographic Assessment Punjab H.P Haryana UttarakhandMacro-economicGSDP Growth (2001-08) 6.4% 8.4% 10.2% 8.3%DemographyUrbanization 34% 10% 29% 26%InvestmentsInvestments (INR cr) 6,810 1,799 17,121 2,628Investment Grounding 7.4% 6.3% 22.4% 5.1%Regulatory environmentOverall attractiveness Medium to low High Medium to low High • Compared to other states in the region, Punjab has witnessed relatively slower economic growth over the last decade • Haryana has been a key competing state and has received the highest investments owing to proximity to NCR • Uttarakhand & H.P have witnessed a boom in industrial sector owing to large incentives provided under Centrally Sponsored Schemes • Punjab’s key strength is its human capital base, with about 34% urban population I Source: Data compiled from Annual Survey of Industries forPage 6 respective States; Department of Statistics
  7. 7. Regional ContextPunjab within the northern region Industrial Growth & Development Industrial Growth in Key States (2001-08) 12000000 10000000 23%Net Value Added (NVA) in INR lakhs 8000000 21% 6000000 CAGR 2001-08 13% 20% 4000000 36% 16% 39% 2000000 15% Contribution 3.8% 2.9% 2.3% to Indias NVA 0 1.7% Punjab Maharashtra Gujarat HP Haryana Uttarakhand 2001 2008 • Punjab’s industrial development has been relatively slow as compared to the newly industrializing states (H.P & Uttarakhand) as well as highly industrialized states (Maharashtra & Gujarat) • Punjab only contributes about 3% of the total national industrial value-added (2008)Page 7 Source: Data compiled from Annual Survey of Industries for respective States; Department of Statistics I
  8. 8. Regional Context Punjab within the northern region • Industrial development in Haryana has primarily spiraled Industrial Growth & Development off in & around NCR region • Gurgaon & Faridabad alone contribute about 60% of industrial output value in the state • Industrial clusters within H.P have developed primarily along the periphery of Chandigarh H.P • Within Punjab, industrial development has been rather Amritsar (Woolen) uniformly dispersed with well-established clusters in Jalandhar (Sp orts & Leather Baddi & Parwanoo Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana & Mohali Goods) PUNJAB Ph arma, Textile, Auto AncillaryLudhiana Amb industrial area • Key industrial clusters in Punjab, unlike other states,(Textile, Bichycle) (Engineering, Automotive) Fatehgarh Dehradun are primarily focussed on one or two sectors which (Food Pro cessing) Mohali (IT/ITeS) (IT, Electronics) have been the traditional strengths of that location Ambala Haridwar Electronics, Engineering) ((Plastic, Apparel, Food Processing, Pharma, Electronics) Sonipat – Kundli Cluster UTTARAKHAND (Engineering, Food, Auto, Pantnagar HARYANA Chemical) (Plastic, Apparel, Food Processing, Pharma, Electronics) Cluster Avg. land value Delhi (INR cr/acre) Gurgaon (IT/ITeS, Electronics, Faridabad Mohali 2.0 - 3.8 Light engineering) Pharma, Auto, RMG) Patiala 1.0 - 1.4 Manesar (Auto, RMG, ITeS) Gurgaon - Manesar 4.5 - 6.0 Baddi 1.0 - 1.4 Pantnagar 1.8 - 2.0 Page 8 I
  9. 9. Regional Context Other successful developments in India Industrial Mahindra World Ranjangaon Mahindra World City, IMT Manesar GIKCDevelopmentGovern City, Chennai Industrial area Jaipur Ranjangaon, PuneLocation Chennai, Tamil Nadu Jaipur , Rajasthan Gurgaon, Haryana Rajpura, Punjab MaharashtraTotal Area (in acres) 1500 2286 3000 1750 1400Distance from major city 45 km 55 km 21 km 45 km 45 kmcentreDistance from Airport 30 km 50 km 18 km 32 km 45 kmDistance from Railway 40 km 50 km 21 km 15 km 5 kmstationDistance from Port 35 km 165 km 1200 km 1400 km 1600 km Mahindra group and Mahindra Group andPromoters MIDC HSIIDC GoP TIDCO RIICO PPP ; PPP;Business Model & Means of TIDCO – 11% equity Government of RIICO – 26% equityfinance Mahindra group – Maharashtra funding Mahindra Gesco – 74% 89% IT, Apparel, Gems& Engineering, Textile, Textile/Apparel, Food IT, Automobile, White goods, jewellery, Light Food processing, IT,Target industry Processing, Textile Automobile engineering, Electronics, Engineering, IT/ITeS handicrafts, Logistics Automobile World –class One of the first state- Five star industrial Location with infrastucture with Govt.Strengths of-the-art completed area with subsidized Under-development proximity to Gurgaon Support and relatively industrial park in India plots by MIDC & Delhi affordable land costs Distance from city Lack of common Closest city is a tier II Closest city is a tier IIWeaknesses centre infrastructure urban center urban center Page 9 I
  10. 10. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 10 I
  11. 11. Regional Context Rajpura within the catchment region Key Developments within the catchment region Existing Developments Proposed Developments1 Quark City SEZ/ STPI Centre/► 4 Aerocity, Mohali: ► SEZs / IT Parks: 1,000 acre integrated development 51 acres in Mohali; 4 million sq.ft. of 3,950 plotted residential complex with built space commercial hospitality and convention logistics and warehousing2 Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh► facilities Technology Park (RaGCTP) : 7 267 acres with 60 companies like 5 Knowledge City : ► Infosys, Tech Mahindra, IBM Daksh 1,500 acres development – 40% IT employing over 30,000 industry, 35% residential and 25% for professionals 5 3 1 commercial activity. 4 23► Electronic Township of Punjab 6 International Airport ► 6 (ELTOP) Chandigarh –Mohali 200 acre Mohali with electronic and hardware players like Fujitsu India 7 Various IT Parks and SEZs across ► Telecom Ltd. Semi Conductor Punjab : Complex Ltd. 4. JCT Electronics Mohali, Roopnagar, Jalandhar, Sneta Ltd., Godrej G.E., Pvt. Ltd etc Page 11 I
  12. 12. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 12 I
  13. 13. Key Sectors Manufacturing Sectors in Punjab 3000% Petrochemicals Sectors with high or increasing concentration in Punjab vis-à-vis India (Output LQ>1 or LQ Growth>50%) 2500% • Textiles, Auto Ancillary, Machinery & Equipment and Food Processing have a relatively higher concentration in Punjab 2000% • Apparel, IT and Petrochemicals have a high growth wrt to their relative concentration in the state. 1500%LQ Growth (2000-08) 1000% Apparel 500% IT/ITeS & Hardware* Textiles Machinery & Equipment Auto Ancillary 0% Automobiles 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 Food Processing -500% LQ Page 13 Source: Estimated from Industrial Survey; State Statistical Handbook – Punjab * IT/ITeS includes exports I
  14. 14. Key SectorsManufacturing Sectors in Punjab (1st stage assessment) Relative Concentration in Overall Growth Sectors State Potential District Potential the State Potential for GIKCFood ProcessingTobaccoTextilesApparelLeather/ProductsWood/ProductsPaper/ProductsPrintingPetrochemicalsChemical/ProductsRubber & PlasticNon-metallic Mineral ProductsBasic MetalsMetal ProductsMachinery & EquipmentComputer HardwareElectrical ApparatusCommunication EquipmentMedical EquipmentAutomobilesAuto AncillaryFurnitureIT/ITeSBiotechnologyPage 14 Potential I
  15. 15. Key SectorsManufacturing Sectors in Punjab (Final Assessment) Employment Potential (INR lakhs in country) (employees per unit Final Assessment Growth Potential Policy Support Requirements Polluting/Non VA/unit input Critical Mass Raw Material Competition (Potential) Segments Logistics Industry output) Value-addedFood Processing N 0.14 0.25 Low High processing Y, ApparelTextiles & Apparel Processing 0.16 0.17 Medium High to Medium (Branded) LightEngineering 0.35 0.20 Medium High to Medium EngineeringAuto & AutoAncillary 0.06 0.11 High Medium to Low High toIT/ITeS Medium High to Medium ITeS. Hardware List of Target Industries • Food Processing • Light Engineering • Textile & Apparel • IT/ITeSPage 15 I
  16. 16. Key SectorsGrowth in Punjab vis-à-vis other Key States (Output Growth 2000-2008) Food Processing Engineering16% 15% 14% 25%14% 21% 20% 19%12%10% 15% 8% 12%8%6% 10% 6%4% 1% 5%2%0% 0% India Punjab Maharashtra Gujarat India Punjab Maharashtra Gujarat Textile & Apparel IT/ITeS (Exports 2004/08)16% 50% 14%14% 38% 40%12% 10% 32% 10%10% 30% 25%8% 19% 18%6% 20%4% 10%2% 0%0% 0% India Punjab Maharashtra Gujarat Karnataka Maharastra Gujarat Punjab* IndiaPage 16 Source: Data compiled from Annual Survey of Industries for respective States; Department of Statistics *includes Chandigarh. Excluding Chandigarh, Punjab’s growth is 16% I
  17. 17. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 17 I
  18. 18. Textile & Apparel Why India? Cost Competiveness Labor cost per hour (USD) 0.06 US 15.13Knitted Fabric Hong Kong 6.15 South Korea 5.73 0.61 Coastal China 0.69Woven Fabric India 0.57 Pakistan 0.34 2.17 0 5 10 15 20 Yarn • India has abundant availability of manpower with skill sets across all activities of the textiles value chain 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 • And, labor cost advantage over other competing countries India Brazil China South Korea • Disposable income Domestic Consumption (USD mil) Abundant & low cost availability of raw of consumers has 10000 materials been rising steadily 8000 8400 § India has availability of a variety of raw materials – 7640 in India 6520 6840 cotton, silk, jute and wool 6000 5620 5980 • Domestics § In terms of raw materials cost, India has a 4000 consumption of comparative advantage over other countries 2000 textiles has § This inherent strength in availability of raw materials 0 witnessed a growth prevents any supply-side shocks 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 of 7% since 2000 Page 18 Source: Textile & Apparel Industry in India, IBEF I
  19. 19. Textile & Apparel Why Punjab? Factor AP Gujarat Tamil Nadu Maharashtra Karnataka PunjabAvailability of Raw materialCotton Production 5,440 15,810 850 8,840 850 4012(lakh kgs/yr)Factors of ProductionPower-Cost 0.09 0.17 0.10 0.10 0.08 0.085(USD/unit) Punjab boasts of most primary factors of production requisite for the industry to growPower-Availability 10,695 17,403 13,276 73,129 9.944 4,626(MW) and move up the value chainExport PotentialPorts Vishakapatnam, Mundra, Chennai, Mumbai, JNPT Karwar, None, Improved Gangavaram, Kandla Ennore Mangalore connectivity to Vadarevu ports through DFCExisting ClustersPresence of Ahmedabad Tripur, Traditionally, Ludhianaindustry cluster Coimbatore but have witnessed major displacement Page 19 Source: Data compiled from Textile Industry Overview; IBEF I
  20. 20. Textile & ApparelPunjab – Industry Value Chain Stitching Raw Weaving (Garments/AppProcess Ginning Spinning Processing Material arel Knitting production) Ginning Spinning Weaving Knitting Processing Apparel Mills Mills Units Units Units Manufacturers Unit Composite Mills Cotton & ProcessedOutput Fibers Yarn Fabric Garment others Fabric Technical Industrial / Functional Textiles Punjab’s existing strengths Punjab has existing strengths in knitting with a well establishes knitwear cluster in Ludhiana. The State needs to move up the value chain to develop specialized clusters in RMGPage 20 I
  21. 21. Textile & ApparelKey Existing Players in the State Existing Players (Punjab) Potential Key Players (India)►Nahar Group: Punjab’s leading textile houses, ►Asian Star Company currently based in Ludhiana ►Alok Industries Ludhiana & Hoshiarpur Planning to set-up a 550 ac textile park in Lalru ►Arvind Ltd. (Patiala district) ►Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing►Malwa Group: Among top 10 textile mills in India. ►Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd. Producers of yarn, two milling units in Barnala. ►Century Enka Ltd.►Vardhaman Group: One of the largest textile players ►Raymond Ltd. in the State. Yarns, fabrics, threads & fibers. Units located in Ludhiana & Hoshiarpur►Abhishek Industries Ltd.: One of the largest exporters of towels in India. Based in LudhianaPage 21 I
  22. 22. Textile & ApparelPunjab – Enablers & Critical Success Factors Key requirements for GIKC to be able to attract investments in Textile & Apparel Sector Requirement Action Required1) Raw Material (cotton, etc.) Already present Develop centers of excellence & specialized institutions, for2) Skilled Labor e.g., design institutions like NIFT3) Logistics Enhance road & rail connectivity4) Infrastructure State-of-the-art industrial infrastructure Investment in advanced machinery & technology5) Advanced Technology R&D centers, industry-academia’ linkages6) Marketing Specific incentives to target key RMG playersPage 22 I
  23. 23. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 23 I
  24. 24. Food Processing Why India? Supply of Raw Materials & Processed Food Level of Processing for Fruits & Vegetables India’s share in Global Food Production 1400 21% India 1200 1.30% 1000 10% 800 4% 12% 22% 16% Thailand 30% 600 10% 7% 400 200 21% Malaysia 80% 0 France 70% Global India’s% contribution USA 80% • One of the highest producer of basic food products 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% • Relatively low levels of processing Increasing DemandDOMESTIC MARKET EXPORTS• Growing consumer class, expected to • About 11% growth in exports of food products constitute 80% of total population by 2020 in last five years Page 24 I
  25. 25. Food Processing Why Punjab? Punjabs contribution to national food production • Abundant raw material, traditionally Sugarcane 0.2% know as “food basket of India” Pulses 0.2% • Access to large domestic market ofEdible Oilseeds northern region including NCR 0.5% Vegetables • Established contract farming practices 4% in the state Fruits 3% • Research support to agriculture sector in Paddy 9% the form of numerous Agriculture Wheat Research Institutes in the State 23% 0.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 200.00 250.00 300.00 • Supportive policy by state government India Punjab A.P Punjab U.P M.P KarnatakaRaw Materials High Very High Very High High ModerateFiscal Incentives High High High High HighNon-fiscal Incentives High Moderate High High HighOverall Attractiveness High Very High Very High High High Page 25 I
  26. 26. Food ProcessingIndustry Value Chain and Punjab’s Strengths • Rice, Wheat • Fruits Vegetables Raw Materials • Sugarcane • Milk • Packaged Milk • Sugar Production • Cold Storages • Integrated Logistics Facilities Procurement for Storage • Dairy Products • Basmati Rice • Wheat Flour Processing • Processed fruits/vegetables: pickles, chips, beverages • Biscuits, confectionery Value added • Flavoured yoghurts, milk drinks Processing • Retailing within India • Exports End ConsumerPage 26 Punjab’s existing strengths Focus segments for GIKC I
  27. 27. Food ProcessingKey Existing Players in the State Existing Players (Punjab) Potential Key Players (India) ►Dabur India Ltd. Ludhiana & Hoshiarpur ►Godrej Industries Ltd.►Nestle India Ltd: Nestle’s first unit in India was ►Parle Agro Ltd. set-up at Moga in Punjab. Leading F&B company ►MTR Foods with brands like Maggi, Nescafe, Cerelac, Lactogen, ►Cadbury India Ltd. Kit Kat and Polo. ►Britannia Industries Ltd. ►Perfetti van Melle►Pepsi Foods Ltd: Has invested >USD 1.5 mil to develop comprehensive agro-technology programme with PAU. Set up 9,600 sq.ft. greenhouse in JalandharPage 27 I
  28. 28. Food ProcessingCritical Success Factors Key requirements for GIKC to be able to attract investments in Food Processing Sector Requirement Action Required Already present – majorly fruits & vegetables1) Raw Material (cotton, etc.) Agriculture research institutes and capacity building centers2) Skilled Labor in contract farming3) Logistics Development of cold storages and warehouses4) Access to Market Has access to a large domestic market of northern region.Page 28 I
  29. 29. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 29 I
  30. 30. Light Engineering Industry Why India? Growth of India Engineering Sector 60.00 120.00 ►Engineering is the largest segment of 50.00 100.00 Indian industry, accounting for aroundin INR Mn Lac in INR Mn Lac 40.00 80.00 12% of the country’s GDP and employs 30.00 60.00 4mn skilled and semi-skilled workers. 20.00 40.00 ►Engineering exports accounting for 10.00 20.00 - - more than 20% of the country’s total 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Invested Capital (L.H.S) Gross Output (R.H.S) exports. India Engineering Exports ►Exports grew at a CAGR of 26% between FY06-09 to reach US$41 billion in FY09. ►Capital goods segment is the major exports contributor followed by iron and steel Page 30 Source: Annual Survey of Industries 2008-09 Source: DGFT I
  31. 31. Light Engineering IndustryWhy Punjab? ►Light Engineering contributes about 21% of total exports from the State (of which 11% is bicycle/parts) ►The share of light engineering in state’s exports has grown significantly; CAGR of 22% in period 2000-09Currently key medium to small scale industries work in following sub-sectors:►Bicycles: State tops in bicycle industry. Main centers are Ludhiana, Patiala and Rajpura.►Sewing Machines: Ludhiana and Bassi, Pathana are principal centers for the production of sewing machines and machine parts.►Agricultural Implements and Machine Tool: Batala, Ludhiana,Jalandhar, Phagwara, and Amristar.►Tractors and Combines: Tractor plant at Mohali and a combine harvester plant at Bhadson.Page 31 Source:Punjab Statistical Abstract 2009 I
  32. 32. Light Engineering IndustryPunjab – Industry Value Chain and Critical Success FactorsPunjab Strength– Industry Value Chain Critical Success Factors Requirement Action Required Light 1) Raw Need to establish linkages with mineral rich Engineering Material states like Jharkhand, Gujarat, Maharashtra etc Availability and build logistics facilities for complete supply chainEngineering sector 2) Human Around 28,000 qualified technical students Resource Pool graduate every year from 82 AICTE approved technical colleges in the State. Heavy 3) R&D Attract key research institutes as well as engineering development of laboratories. 4) Logistics Create freight nodes. Logistics hub for finished goods transport and shipment. Upcoming DFC as well as International Airport connectivity could also uplift this sectorPage 32 I
  33. 33. Light Engineering IndustryPunjab – Key existing and proposed players Existing Players (Punjab) Potential Key Players (India) ►Mahindra & Mahindra ►TAFE ►ABB►Punjab Lighting Industries: Mohali based, deals ►ABC bearings with production of lighting equipment and parts ►SKF ►L&T►GNA Axle Limited: One of the leading metal parts ►Crompton greaves manufacturing unit based in Hoshiarpur ►Trumac Engg ►HMTPage 33 I
  34. 34. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 34 I
  35. 35. IT/ITeS Industry Why India? Indian IT Industry (INR Billion) 4000 3437 3077 ►INR 343,680 crore market size in FY 3000 2299 2009 consisting of 66% export andINR Bn 1795 2000 1354 1042 36%domestic market sales 1000 ►A healthy CAGR of around 27% during 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 the period of 2004 -09 Exports Domestic Output and % Growth in IT/ITeS Sector 35.0% 400,000 ►30% - 40% cost savings in India vis-à- 30.0% 350,000 300,000 vis its global counterparts 25.0% in INR Crore ►India has over 4mn technical workers, % Growth 250,000 20.0% 200,000 15.0% over 1,832 educational institutions 150,000 10.0% 100,000 which train more than 67,785 computer 5.0% 50,000 0.0% 0 software professionals every year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008--09 Output (RHS) % Growth (LHS) Page 35 Source: Crisil research, IT services annual review 2009 I
  36. 36. IT/ITeS Industry Why Punjab? – Green shoots of growth 2,000 Punjab Software Export Trend 250,000Software exports (in INR Crore ) Software exports (in INR Crore ) 200,000 ►Punjab has witnessed significant 1,500 growth in IT exports over past 5 years 150,000 1,000 ►The state continues to face competition 100,000 from NCR 500 50,000 0 0 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 7,000 computer engineering graduates every year Page 36 Source: Nasscom, STPI Mohali I
  37. 37. IT/ITeS IndustryPunjab – Industry Value Chain and Critical Success FactorsPunjab Strength– Industry Value Chain Critical Success Factors Requirement Action Required IT Services 1) Human Punjab has several higher education Resource Pool and technical institutions. Around ITES & BPO 7,000 computer engineers graduateIT & ITeS from the State’s technical institutes Industry every year. Hardware 2) Skilled Labor Develop centers of excellence & specialized institutions, for e.g., IIMs, Software ISB and IIT already present 3) R&D Attract key research institutes 4) Global Create world-class infrastructure – Infrastructure 100% power, roads, security for white collared IT resource poolPage 37 I
  38. 38. IT/ITeS IndustryPunjab – Key existing and proposed players Existing Players (Punjab) Potential Key Players (India)►Dell Inc:180,000 sqft office, 300 employees, into ►TATA Consultancy Services International Services ►IBM India Pvt Ltd.►Infosys Technologies Ltd. : Built to suit on 20 acre land to house 2,400 employees by 2012 ►Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd►Quark Inc.: 4 mn sq ft complex , Currently 1,100 software ►Microsoft Corporation professionals work out of campus ►Red Hat India Pvt Ltd►HCL Info systems:: Currently software development operational in incubation space to expand further in next 2-3 ►Spanco Ltd years ►CA►IDS Infotech: BPO, operational with more than 1,000 employees in Mohali. ►Infineon Technologies►Godrej GE Appliances Ltd.manufactures home appliances ►Accenture►Tyco Electronics System India Pvt. Ltd. electronic system ►Kayako Infotech Ltd. manufacturePage 38 I
  39. 39. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 39 I
  40. 40. Other Critical Components of the DevelopmentKey Growth Drivers Enablers Economic Drivers Skilled Human Resource • Textile & Apparel • Technical Colleges • Food Processing • Design Institutes • Light Engineering • Agriculture Research Institutes • IT/ITeS Residential & Support Services • Housing • Commercial • Education & HealthPage 40 I
  41. 41. Education SectorPunjab – Current State Growth in no. of Universities and Degree Higher and technical education in Colleges (2007-08) Punjab 250 243 15 13 ►Over the last 4 years, the State has 240 No. of Universities No of Degre Colleges 232 232 230 11 seen significant growth in number of 9 220 universities from 5 to 13 and of degree 212 7 210 colleges from 212 to 243 5 200 3 ►Punjab is home to 615 colleges 190 1 offering courses in engineering, 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 medical & allied, degree, Degree Colleges (LHS) Universities (RHS) management, law etc. Discipline wise number of students in ►Enrollment in technical education has institutions in Punjab (2007-08) increased at a CAGR of approximately 17,095, 33% 13% over the past two decades, with 22,818, 44% approximately 28,000 students being B.E./B.Sc. (Engg.)/ B. Arch./ B.Tech. enrolled in technical education Technical Industrial Art institutions in 2008-09. and Craft School 11,709, 23% Polytechnic InstitutionsSource: www.pbplanning.gov.inPage 41 I
  42. 42. Education SectorPunjab – Key existing and proposed players Existing Players (Punjab) Potential Key Players (India)►Thapar University- TU (Punjab) ►Pennsylvania University►Punjab University Chandigarh Has approached GoP for about 100 acres land to set-up campus in India►Guru Nanak Dev University ►Duke University►NIPER The university is known to be looking►Punjab Agriculture University for about 50 acres to set-up campus in►Punjab Technical University India; preferably Delhi, Chandigarh, Bangalore, Hyderabad►Punjabi University, Patiala ►University of Chicago►Chitkara University ►University of Illinois►Lovely Professional University ►University of Columbia►IIT Ropar (Proposed) ►Other regional players like Amity►ISB, Mohali (Proposed) University,Page 42 I
  43. 43. Agenda 1. Our Understanding & Progress So Far 2. Punjab: Regional Context 3. Rajpura: Regional Context 4. Key Potential Sectors in Punjab • Textile & Apparel • Food Processing • Engineering • IT/ITeS 5. Other Critical Components of the Development 6. Site Assessment 7. Product Mix 8. Concept Plan & Zoning 9. Project Structuring Options 10. Way Forward Page 43 I
  44. 44. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewSite Location Located in Patiala District of Punjab state 76°4816236 E 30°4706472 NPage 44 I
  45. 45. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils PatranPage 45 I
  46. 46. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils PatranPage 46 I
  47. 47. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils PatranPage 47 I
  48. 48. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils PatranPage 48 I
  49. 49. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils PatranPage 49 I
  50. 50. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils PatranPage 50 I
  51. 51. Conceptual Framework and Assessment Site Location1.Site OverviewSite Location Rajpura Patiala Nabha Samana Patiala District – 5 Tehsils Patran GIKC SitePage 51 I
  52. 52. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Consists of land from 6 villages around Rajpura namely Akkra, Akkri, Sehra, Sehri, Takhtumajra, and Pabra Villages. Akkra – 198 ha (489.27 acres) Akkra site area - 85.47 ha (211.21 acres) GIKC SitePage 52 I
  53. 53. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Consists of land from 6 villages around Rajpura namely Akkra, Akkri, Sehra, Sehri, Takhtumajra, and Pabra Villages. Akkri – 276 ha (682.01 acres) Akkri site area - 77.86 ha (192.39 acres) Akkra – 198 ha (489.27 acres) Akkra site area - 85.47 ha (211.21 acres) GIKC SitePage 53 I
  54. 54. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Consists of land from 6 villages around Rajpura namely Akkra, Akkri, Sehra, Sehri, Takhtumajra, and Pabra Villages. Sehri – 233 ha (575.76 acres) Sehri site area - 81.92 (202.45) Akkri – 276 ha (682.01 acres) Akkri site area - 77.86 ha (192.39 acres) Akkra – 198 ha (489.27 acres) Akkra site area - 85.47 ha (211.21 acres) GIKC SitePage 54 I
  55. 55. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Consists of land from 6 villages around Rajpura namely Akkra, Akkri, Sehra, Sehri, Takhtumajra, and Pabra Villages. Sehra – 503(1242.94) Sehra site area - 207.97(513.91) Sehri – 233 ha (575.76 acres) Sehri site area - 81.92 (202.45) Akkri – 276 ha (682.01 acres) Akkri site area - 77.86 ha (192.39 acres) Akkra – 198 ha (489.27 acres) Akkra site area - 85.47 ha (211.21 acres) GIKC SitePage 55 I
  56. 56. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Sehra – 503(1242.94) Sehra site area - 207.97(513.91) Pabra – 311(768.49) Pabra site area - 77.29 (191.01) Sehri – 233 ha (575.76 acres) Sehri site area - 81.92 (202.45) Akkri – 276 ha (682.01 acres) Akkri site area - 77.86 ha (192.39 acres) Akkra – 198 ha (489.27 acres) Akkra site area - 85.47 ha (211.21 acres) GIKC SitePage 56 I
  57. 57. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site OverviewVillage Population and Area Sehra – 503(1242.94) Sehra site area - 207.97(513.91) Pabra – 311(768.49) Pabra site area - 77.29 (191.01) Sehri – 233 ha (575.76 acres) Sehri site area - 81.92 (202.45) Takhtu Majra – 205(501.62) Takhtu Majra site area - 19.62 (48.49) Akkri – 276 ha (682.01 acres) Akkri site area - 77.86 ha (192.39 acres) Akkra – 198 ha (489.27 acres) Akkra site area - 85.47 ha (211.21 acres) GIKC SitePage 57 I
  58. 58. Conceptual Framework and Assessment1.Site Overview Total Site Area: ~1359 acresVillage Population and Area Prima facie, the site is a flat piece of agricultural land with relatively little undulating Pabra topography Sehra Seems to have good access to water from the nearby branch irrigation canal Sehri Takhtu Majra Since the site is longitudinal in Akkri its basic form, there are likely Akkra to be limited development patterns that can best help serve the site fully GIKC SitePage 58 I
  59. 59. Agenda 1. Site Overview • Physical and Environmental Attributes • Catchments Zones • Regional Connectivity • Infrastructure Assessment • SWOT Analysis 2. The Emerging Concept DevelopmentPage 59 I
  60. 60. Conceptual Framework and Assessment2. Physical and Environmental Attributesa) Climate and Rainfall Hot dry climate with very hot summers and cold winters excluding monsoons. Average summer temperature in May about about 40.4* C and winter temperature in January are 7.1 C Normal monsoon and annual rainfall are 547mm and 677mm respectivelyb) Flood Scenario • The district area falls under Ghaggar River floodplain. • Rajpura has experienced heavy flooding in year 1988 and 1993Page 60 I
  61. 61. Conceptual Framework and Assessment2. Physical and Environmental Attributesb) Geomorphology and Soil Types • The district area is occupied by Indo-Gangetic alluvial plain • Tropical arid brown soils exist in the major parts of the district GIKC sitec) Seismicity• Site falls under moderate to high sesmic activity zone.• The area has historically experienced sesmic activity of M4.0 – 5.0.Page 61 I
  62. 62. Conceptual Framework and Assessment2. Physical and Environmental Attributesd) Bio diversityEcological features Forests – Patiala District falls under Bir forests with tropical dry deciduous vegetation The area does not entail any reserved or protected forests Protected areas - site does not fall under any of the sanctuaries Wetlands – State has several fresh water GIKC site reservoirs supporting abundant biodiversityPage 62 I
  63. 63. Agenda 1. Site Overview • Physical and Environmental Attributes • Catchments Zones • Regional Connectivity • Infrastructure Assessment • SWOT Analysis 2. The Emerging Concept DevelopmentPage 63 I
  64. 64. Catchments & ConnectivityPage 64 I
  65. 65. Site located near Rajpura benefits from thevicinity of major towns and industrial hubs likeChandigarh, Patiala, Ambala, Ludhiana. Catchments & Connectivity Page 65 I
  66. 66. Key Distances:• Chandigarh Airport: 45 kms• New Delhi: 230 kms• NH -1: 5 kms• NH – 64: 5 kms Catchments & Connectivity Page 66 I
  67. 67. Agenda 1. Site Overview • Physical and Environmental Attributes • Catchments Zones • Regional Connectivity • Infrastructure Assessment • SWOT Analysis 2. The Emerging Concept DevelopmentPage 67 I
  68. 68. NH-1 (Delhi-Attari Road) -establishing direct linkage toAmritsar, Ludhiana, Ambala &New Delhi,NH-64 (Chandigarh toDabwali) - establishing directlinkage to Patiala &Chandigarh,Major District Roads - MDR31– establishing directconnectivity to Ropar &Himachal state border. GIKC site is well connected with two major national highways; NH1 and NH64; Major District Roads MDR 31 Existing Road Connectivity Catchments & Connectivity Page 68 I
  69. 69. Proposed Road Connectivity Catchments & ConnectivityPage 69 I
  70. 70. GIKC site is well connected with Northern Railway NetworkExisting Rail Connectivity Catchments & ConnectivityPage 70 I
  71. 71. Proposed international Airport atChandigarh approx. 42 km from site Airport Connectivity Catchments & Connectivity Page 71 I
  72. 72. Catchments & ConnectivityPage 72 I
  73. 73. 4. Regional ConnectivityLocation of GIKC in relation to GoldenQuadrilateral Super HighwaysThe project site in Rajpura is located on NH 1(Jalandhar Delhi) highway that is part of the proposedNorth-South Corridor development passing throughPunjab and joining the Golden Quadrilateral at Delhi.The proposal involves the up-gradation of the existing4 lane highway to 6 lane highway providing impetusto smoother movement of products and people.Page 73 I
  74. 74. 4. Regional ConnectivityDedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)Proposed Eastern dedicated FreightCorridor which connects Ludhiana andKolkata through high capacity and highspeed freight railways passes throughRajpura.Page 74 I
  75. 75. 4. Regional ConnectivityDedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) The proposed GIKC site is in close proximity, approximately 10 km, to the Rajpura junction of the Eastern DFC GIKC sitePage 75 I
  76. 76. Proposed SiteLogistics Infrastructure Proposed Logistics hub Projects Logistics Hub • Dhandri Kalan at Ludhiana (approx. 80 km from Rajpura) and Barwala at Panchkula in Haryana (approx 40 km from Rajpura) are two logistic hubs are being developed. • Ludhiana & Panchkula has excellent connectivity with Delhi. Barwala • These Logistic hubs are being developed GIKC site with public and private partnership with state of the art infrastructurePage 76 I
  77. 77. Proposed SiteMaster Plan Developments around GIKCGIKC site within Rajpura Local Panning AreaThe new proposed Patiala master plan Rajpura2031 indicates the industry cluster towardsthe eastern outer peripheries of Patiala in GIKC Siteproximity to the new industry andknowledge city proposal in RajpuraSuch industrial development can have acomplementing infrastructure developmentleading to induced economic growth. Proposed Industrial Cluster in Patiala Patiala Master Plan 2031Page 77 I
  78. 78. Site Level Connectivity Proposed Site Road ConnectivityPage 78 I
  79. 79. Site Level Connectivity Proposed Site Rail ConnectivityPage 79 I
  80. 80. Existing Site Infrastructure Proposed Site Power InfrastructurePage 80 I
  81. 81. Existing Site Infrastructure Proposed Site Water InfrastructurePage 81 I
  82. 82. Agenda 1. Site Overview 2. Physical and Environmental Attributes 3. Catchments Zones 4. Regional Connectivity 5. Infrastructure Assessment 6. SWOT Analysis 7. The Emerging Concept DevelopmentPage 82 I
  83. 83. Proposed SiteInfrastructure Assessment - WaterPotential Water supply sources nearby to the proposed site:• Narawana Branch (capacity 4381 cusec) from Bhakra Mail Line Canal (An inter-state channel which supplies water for irrigation and drinking purposes, capacity 12455 cusec at head).• Two distributory canals from Narawana Branch - Kauli (23.8 cusec) and Akash (41.6 cusec). Akash passing through proposed GIKC site• Most preferable water source for the project is Akash distributory or Narawana canal Narwana Branch nearby the sitePage 83 I
  84. 84. Proposed SiteInfrastructure Assessment - PowerExisting scenario and upcoming power project:• A 220kV HT line is passing through the proposed site. A 220kV substation at Rajpura.• Upcoming Power Projects in Punjab - Power sourcing options Name of the Project Expected Date of Completion 1320 MW Rajpura Thermal Project, Nalash Village,Patiala District (L & T) 2013-14 1980 MW Talwandi Saboo Thermal Project, Banawala Village, Manasa district (Vedanta 2012-13 Group) 540 MW Goindwal Sahib Thermal Project, Tarn Taran in Amritsar district (GVK Group) 2012-13 2640 MW Gidderbaha Thermal Project Villages Theri, Ghagga, Muktsar District 12th Plan (2012-2017) 1000 MW Combined Cycle gas Based Thermal Project at Ropar 12th Plan (2012-2017) 18 MW Mukerian HEP 2011-12 85 MW UBDC Stage –III 2014-15Page 84 I
  85. 85. Proposed SiteInfrastructure Assessment - Power Existing and Proposed Power Projects in PunjabPage 85 I

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