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  1. 1. Secured GovernanceTechno- Economic Corridors For INDIA © Aneesh Suresh
  2. 2. Overview of India and Land Use Pattern  Capital – New Delhi;  Population – 1,210 million (17.31% of world population); GDP (in %)  Density – 382 per sq. km; 18.5 Agriculture  Area – 3,287,263 sq. km (1,269,219 sq.miles);  Coastal length – 7,516 km; 26.3 Industry  Literacy Rate – 74%;  GDP – 6,231,171 crore (US$1,315.66 billion); 55.2 Service  Per Capita Income - `56,300. Land Use Pattern In India Only 0.4% of land area is used for Living space. Total Area (in – 32,87,263; Living Space in India (in sq.m.) –  Rural Area – 9.4; Total Land Area (in – 29,73,190.  Urban Area – 10.7;  Median – 9.7. 1 Sq.mts. = 10.764 Sq.feet 1 Sq.feet = 0.093 Sq. mts.
  3. 3. Secured Governance Definition (1/2) “Secured Governance is the process to develop a techno Economic corridor which will Act as growth centre forindividual sector with all other sectors playing supporting role for development and nation building process.”
  4. 4. Secured Governance Definition (2/2) Secured Governance is a strategy of securely knittingvarious sectors so that end-user can have best of all the sectors. Entails collective Embeds stability so Ensures Cohesion, strategies, collective that development can Coalition and institutions and a take hold over a long correlation. collective period time. responsibility.
  5. 5. Well Designed Communities and core areas Economic Development Accountability Transparency Interdependency Secured Governance Secured Governance Framework SecuritySectorial Development in nation Building Process Community Participation
  6. 6. Secured Governance For Sectoral Growth and Economic Development Secured Governance is a part Secured Governance is a of our effort to study and strategy that relates to the outline how a tighterrelationship between Sectors, integration of Economic institutions and Government Development, risk assessment, that foster coordination and technical security measures, create an environment that and incident response improves the cluster as a mechanisms can lead to more whole through regional effective operation and strategies , technology Incident handling for various and interdependency. sectors of the economy.
  7. 7. Defining the Techno- Economic Corridor and SG HUB’s (1/2)Secured Governance Hubs :- Development of a Primary economic sector fora defined region with development of a Township which includesinfrastructures such as Residential complexes, Official and Industrial Facilities,Power and Water, Banking ,Educational Institutes, Highways and Transportfacilities and infrastructures , Healthcare, Hospitality Sectors, Retail Market, andother subsidiary Sector.Techno Economic Corridor :- An economic linkage between major cities ordeveloping region connecting various Secured Governance Hubs contributing toprimary sector and supported by subsidiary sectors which includes manyinitiatives and development plans in and around the two nodal connectingregions.
  8. 8. Defining the Techno- Economic Corridor and SG HUB’s (2/2)
  9. 9. Secured Governance Hubs and InvestmentIndia will get an investment ofINR 2 lakhs Crores in 2-3 years Each Hub We propose 200 from the commencement of Hubs with a seeking an project through Private techno average Participation, especially in Economic investment of Infrastructure development Corridor to meet INR 1000 Projects and Urbanisation the demand. Crores. under Secured Governance Projects
  10. 10. Development of Techno – economic corridorUrbanisation/Infrastructure Development• Conceived with Economic Focus• State of art Infrastructure• Technological Development and Security• Environmental StabilityPrivate Participation• Investment coming majorly form private sector wherein Govt only acts as facilitator.• Resources of Government can be used for effective commencement and selection process of developers.Futuristic• Interdependency among Sectors• Economic prosperity and Growth.• Self sustained funding capabilities.
  11. 11. We propose 200 Hubs with a technoEconomic Corridor to meet the demand.
  13. 13. Union Budget Highlights for Tourism and Industries. • Product/ Infrastructure Development for Destinations and Circuits Under Major Heads 3452,3601,3602,5452. • Plan Budget allocated for 562.99 Crores (Includes 93.00 for NE Region)Tourism • The objective is to provide world class tourist infrastructure facilities at the identified circuits, destinations and rural sites. • MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY DEMAND NO. 12 Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion • Industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme under Major head 2852 has been allocated INR 115.00 Crores formulated for accelerated and sustained industrial development by building upon its inherent strength.Industrial • Grants to Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project Implementation Trust under major head 2875 allocated INR 411.40 crores.
  14. 14. Secured Governance Under Union Budget for Transport• In the Union Budget 2012-13, the allocation of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways for the road development has been increased by 14% to INR.25,360 crore.• As per note for demand for Grants 2012-13, DEMAND NO. 81 under the development head of 13054 - Ministry of Road Transport and Highways under Investment in Public Enterprises allocated • Budget Support of INR 11,471.98 Crores • IEBR -Internal and Extra Budgetary Resources of INR 10,000 Crores• Under NHDP, the target of awarding road projects for the next fiscal has been increased to 8,800 km.• In order to strengthen the rural road network, the allocation towards the PMGSY has been increased by 20% to INR.24,000 crore for FY 13.
  15. 15. Indian Road Statistics At a Glance Year - 93.87% .4 lakh kms 1951 Total length of Year - Road Network – 2011 4.32 lakh kms. 4.32 lakh kms Rural & Urban Roads State Highways National HighwaysRoad Length per Square Kilometer of Land Express Highways  4 kms. of Roads per 1,000 people; 0.66 0.65 km km  0.07 kms of Highways per 1,000 people; 0.20  Per day Road Construction is 11 kms. km 0.16 km India US Brazil China solutions
  16. 16. Indian Rail Transport At a GlanceRailway Track Length  The first railway on Indian sub-continent ran over a stretch of 33.8 kms from Bombay to Thane, during 1843;Year - 2011 -1.09 lakh kms  The first passenger train steamed out of Howrah station destined for Hooghly, a distance of 38.6 kms, on 15th August, 1854. Indian Railway Infrastructures Number of Number of Coaches Number of Freight Locomotives – 7,566 – 37,840 Wagons– 2.22 lakhs Number of Railway Number of Railway Number of Goods Shed Stations – 7,000 Yards – 300; – 2,300Year -1880, -14,484 kms. Number of Repair Shops – 700.,1
  18. 18. Road Development and Secured Governance This project will retain a position as a city of the future through its cosmopolitan characteristics and global Presence, and to enable and empower growth opportunities to promote• Innovation and economic prosperity• A clean and Green Environment• High quality Infrastructure• State of art Transport Facility• Security with state of art Technology.• Better and quality Communication System• Social upliftment and increase employability of local population.• Conservation of Heritage and Diverse culture of local population• And Responsive and efficient governance.
  19. 19. Secured Governance for National Highways Development
  20. 20. Development of Transport in Secured Governance Frame work
  21. 21. Secured Governance Transport Framework
  22. 22. Secured Governance – TransportAn Unique Techno – economic corridor for Transport Greenfield Private, Public Secured Development Participation Governance• Conceived with • Effective Planning • Interdependency Economic Focus and among Sectors• State of art Implementation • Economic Infrastructure • Institutional prosperity and• Technological Efficiency Growth Development and • Operations and • Civic Voice and Security Maintenance Choice.• Environmental over long period. • Self sustained Stability funding capabilities. 26
  23. 23. Secured Governance Industries Framework
  24. 24. Sector Interdependencies with Industry Sector
  25. 25. Secured Governance – Township Plan
  26. 26. India Tourism At a Glance (1/4) Asia & Pacific Region IndiaForeign Tourist Arrivals 940 203.8 17.9 (in million) Foreign Exchange Asia & pacific India – Earning from World - US$ 919 Region – US$14.19 Tourism (in billion) US$248.7
  27. 27. Comparison of Population & Foreign Tourist Arrived in Some Asia Pacific Countries (2/4) ‒Population ‒ International Tourist Arrived (in million) (in million) 17.9 India 1,210.2 China 1,339.7 55.7 Thailand 65.5 15.84Hong Kong 7.1 20.9 Malaysia 28.3 24.6Singapore 5.2 9.16 Singapore Malaysia Hong Kong Thailand China India Population 5.2 28.3 7.1 65.5 1,339.7 1,210.2 International Tourist Arrived 9.16 24.6 20.9 15.84 55.7 17.9
  28. 28. Secured Governance In TourismTourism in India is the largest service industry, with a contribution of 6.23% tothe national GDP and 8.78% of the total employment in India .India’s TourismSector Continues to be one of the world’s most demanding and unique set ofcharacteristics about its governance.Secured Governance for Tourism is a part of an effort to study and outline howa tighter integration of Developing various forms of tourism in India like Heritagetourism, eco tourism, Sports Tourism, medical etc any many other forms oftourism can be shouldered with Infrastructure development for an given areacan result in dynamic change and boost in Economic Development.
  29. 29. Development of unique Tourism zones for a Techno – economic corridorSecured Governance for Tourism Sector is a strategy that relates to the relationshipbetween Tourism sector development to various other sectors along with various privateinstitutions as partners and Government as governing body can foster coordination andcreate an defined clusters of Township along various tourism structures that improvesand develops the cluster as a whole through regional strategies, technology andinterdependency. Greenfield Private, Public Secured Governance Development Participation • Conceived with • Effective Planning • Interdependency Economic Focus and Implementation among Sectors • State of art • Institutional • Economic prosperity Infrastructure Efficiency and Growth • Technological • Operations and • Civic Voice and Development and Maintenance over Choice. Security long period. • Self sustained • Environmental funding capabilities. Stability
  30. 30. Components of Secured Governance – Techno Economic Corridor. Secured Governance Township TOURISM HUB Development of a Defined HUB’s will beSelecting Existing Tourism destination like shouldered with development of “Securedheritage sites, Religious or natural Tourist Township” along the HUB’s in selected regionsLocation etc and developing it as Tourism across the country defined as “Clusters” Hub . which includes infrastructures such as OR Residential complexes, Official and Industrial Developing a New Strategically selected Facilities ,Power and Water, Banking location to a Tourism HUB with state of ,Educational Institutes, Transport facilities and art infrastructures and Amenities . infrastructures , Healthcare, Hospitality Sectors, Retail Market, and many more).
  31. 31. Valuation for Secured Governance Tourism  Around 50 million tourist will Arrive in next first five years form the time of commencement; Secured governance for has major characteristics like participation, rule of law, transparency, responsiveness, equity and inclusiveness, effectiveness, efficiency, accountability and strategic vision and consensus orientation. Challenge for us is to create a system of governance that promotes supports and sustains development. With improved resource allocation, enhanced governance, Interdependency among sectors and transparency in the system going hand in hand with Information Technology and Innovation can deliver a safer, cleaner and more accountable delivery of self sustaining transport infrastructure and services. A high degree of technical integration and economic interdependence in modern societies will also increase uncertainty regarding where risks begin and end, and help them judiciously plan and be prepared for even minor event and rings in society participation in nation building Process..
  32. 32. S-GOVERNANCE Will… Enhance the contribution of tourism to socio-economic development of in the region through facilitating opportunities for local communities to benefit from tourism; Facilitate travel through the coordinated development of tourism- related infrastructure and improved procedures; Minimize the adverse socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism while enhancing its role in the conservation of the natural environment and preservation of the cultural heritage; Enhance the capabilities to manage the crisis and risks that affect tourism; Increase the capabilities to develop the required human resources in the tourism sector.
  33. 33. Positive effects of Tourism• Tourism industry will provide an effective platform for various modes of transport to grow in order to facilitate travelers to reach destinations;• Tourism will boosts endogenous development of local communities by properly utilizing their resources;• S-Governance in tourism sector will protect the monuments, national icons and heritage sites from vandalism;• S-Governance for tourism will preserve the tourism patrimony during exhibition in order to foster the sustainable socio- economic development.• Secured Tourism ensures long-term development of tourism potentials which in turn creates conducive environment for the growth of other inherently connected sectors like, hospitality, retail, health care, etc.
  34. 34. Our proposalIf the rhetoric and policy of the EducationHub model could be converted intosustainability, through securedgovernance, it can result in important newglobal paradigm of leadership andlearning.
  35. 35. Why Education Hub?Education hub can be build with the aim ofproviding quality institutional facilities foreducation and research. The underlying idea isto develop educational and knowledge base forits basic-educational, technical, vocational, research andcultural needs.
  36. 36. Secured Governance Education – Frame work SECUREDEDUCATION GOVERNANCE HUB TOWNSHIP
  37. 37. Secured Education Hub –Frame work •Secured Governance for Education Sector is a strategy that relates to the develop a relationship between development of Education infrastructures to various other sectors along with various institutions as partners and Government as governing body to foster, coordinate and create an Secured defined “Educational Hub” along Education various existing educational Hub infrastructure or to create a new cluster/s on strategically defined locations that improves and develops the cluster as a whole through regional strategies, technology and interdependency among various sectors of growth.
  38. 38. Secured Governance Town ship and Majorsupportive sector development includes …
  39. 39. Estimated Township Development Cost and Valuation• Total Development Cost for the Secured Township Phase 1 Development is Estimated Around INR 1,200 crore per cluster.(excluding land and Infrastructure development cost)• The city/Township is planned to cover 250 – 350 Acres of land and will be home to 10,000 and increasing.• Valuation is estimated to approx INR 8,500 Crores of one cluster(various sectors put together).
  40. 40. Estimated Cost for Development of HubsParticulars Area/No of Units Estimated CostLand Cost Estimated HUB DevelopmentAcres and Relative crores (approx) 500 Cost 10 Valuation % of land procuredRoad ,sewage, water Supplyand other Amenities 10-20 100 croresHouseholds 2500 household (Phase 1) 700 crores • Total Cost for Developing a Sectoral Hub is Estimated Around INR 1,300 croreIndustries 90-100 360 crores per cluster. ( excluding Land Value)Government Facilities and Police Station and 8 30 croresJudiciary • The city/Township is planned to cover 500 Acres of land and will be home toHotels and Restaurants 10 10,000 in phase 1 and increasing up to 1,00,000 in next 5year. 10 croresShopping • Valuation is Market / Informal Bazaars 5,400 Crores Malls/ Service estimated to approx INR 7 23 crores of one in next 2-3Banks /Bank ATM’s 3/5 respectively 3.5 crores years). (excluding appreciation of Land Value).Education- Nursery schools /Primary /Colleges 4/3/2 12.5 crores • The Total Valuation in Next 5 year is expected to reach to more thanElectric Sub Station 11 KV 2 4 crores INR 8,500 CroresHospitals and clinics per zone for the 1st phase various sectors put crores 10 24 together)Theme Parks /Public Parks 3/2 7.5 croresReligious Buildings 2 50 lakhsOthers Essential Infrastructures 20 crores TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COST(approx) 49 1300 crores
  41. 41. Estimated Cost for Basic Amenities Internal Roads ,Sewage, water Supply and other Government Amenities Facilities and Approx 100 Police Station and Land cost crores Judiciary and other(approx)- 10 crores Public for 500 acres Infrastructures Other Public 30 crores Utilities and Infrastructures Approx 20 crores
  42. 42. Valuation of the HUBS for some of the major Infrastructures Households Industries• Valuation of Household Infrastructure = • Valuation of Industrial Infrastructure = INR 4,500 Crores INR 720 Crores.• For a Residential Facility for 2500 • Valuation cost of INR 8,000/sq feet. Household population • No of Industries = 90 to 100• Valuation Cost of INR 6000/ Sq feet. Banking Facilities• Valuation of banking Infrastructure Hotels and Restaurants (branches + ATM) = INR 8- 10 Crores. Valuation of Hotel and Restaurant• Valuation cost of banks INR 5,000/sq Infrastructure = INR 25- 30 Crores. feet. Valuation cost of INR 8,000/sq feet.• Valuation cost of bank ATMs INR No of Industries = 90 to 100 3,000/sq feet.• Number of Banks = 3 ;• Number of ATM’s = 5
  43. 43. Education Shopping and retail Spaces• Valuation of Educational Infrastructure = • Valuation of Infrastructure = INR 65 – INR 30- 40 Crores 70 Crores.• Valuation cost of INR 3,000/sq feet • Valuation cost of INR 5,000/sq feet.• No of education facilities including • No of Facilities inclusing Shopping mall primary schools, Secondary and service markets(organised) = 10-15 schools, colleges and training facilities = 12-15 Recreation Facilities and Others Facilities and Theme parks Infrastructures• Valuation of Infrastructure =approx INR 50 Crores. which includes Government facilities, Power, Judiciary, Religious• Valuation cost of infrastructure INR 10,000/sq feet. facilities etc• No of Facilities - 5 90 – 100 crores Major Sectoral Valuation in next 3 year excluding Land Value appreciation
  44. 44. Social Impact of Developing and Techno Economic HUB Direct Employment - 2 Lakhs TotalEmployment Indirect Employment - 3 Generation lakhs of 5 Lakhs innext 5 years Skill Set for Employment Base
  45. 45. © Aneesh Suresh