Secured Governance
For Techno-Economic National Growth
Unleashing the Hidden Potential for National Growth.
Infrastructure...
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUMMARY 01
1. INDIA'S URBAN AWAKENING: BUILDING INCLUSIVE CITIES, SUSTAINING ECONOMIC GROWTH 03
2. DESIG...
Summary
Secured Governance offers a strategy for the government to get all the basic infrastructure development with a
neg...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Quick facts:
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1. Introduction - India's urban awakening: Buildin...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
India has the potential to unlock many new growth ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
based government funding—its largest cities could ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Essence of partnership in Secured Governance Hubs ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
4. Defining the Multi-Sectorial SG HUBs
5. Secured...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
6. Estimated Land Allocation and Valuation of the ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
8. Social Impact of Developing Techno-Economic HUB...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
9. Sectorial Implication of Secured Governance
i. ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
limit, and warn of upcoming changes or hazards. Gi...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
ii. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR RAILWAYS
Introduction t...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Nano Hubs for Railways
The purpose of this NANO HU...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
iii. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR TOURISM
Introduction t...
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And this will yield a returns sof approx 1,20,000 ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Points of Concern
There is a popular view point th...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Indian Education Hubs will influence maximum of 17...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
equipment, the supply is less than the demand with...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
develops the cluster as a whole through regional s...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
vi. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR TELECOM.
Telecom Market...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Telecom Hub will be the first public/private secto...
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10. Functioning Framework for Secured Governance
S...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
A. Section 1 : - Societal & Economic Infrastructur...
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Set of protocols are needed within the governance ...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Work Management:
Traditionally public governance w...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Progress of infrastructural development projects w...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
If any member is not able to attend the meeting he...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
administration. It is also necessary for involveme...
Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development
Section 4 :- Network Management
Networking with so...
OVERVIEW OF INDIAN STATES AND DEFINING
TECHNO ECONOMIC HUBS
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11. Overview of Indian States
India has establishe...
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12. Suggested HUBs for India
We propose 200 Hubs w...
State-wise Allocation of HUBs for India
States/
Sectors
Industrial Tourism Transport Agriculture Power Education Healthcar...
Tamil Nadu Gujarat
Hubs for Maharashtra - 16
Industrial Hub - 3
Tourism Hub - 2
Transport Hub - 2
Agriculture Hub - 1
Powe...
Madhya Pradesh
Bihar
Haryana
Orissa
Uttar Pradesh
Karnataka
Hubs for Madhya Pradesh - 12
Industrial Hub - 3
Tourism Hub - ...
Kerala
Himachal Pradesh
Punjab
Jammu Kashmir
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Hubs for Kerala - 8
Industrial Hub - 1
Tourism Hub - 2...
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13. Project Scope designed under the existing guid...
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• Training and Manpower
The developer shall be res...
Articles on Secured Governance
for
Multi-Sectorial Requirements
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Secured Governance is a mechanism which acts as a growth centre for individual sector ...
brought indispensable glory to the region. Kashmiri saffron is considered the world's
best saffron for its extraordinary a...
It holds the second
position in producing
cashew, cabbage,
cotton seed, fresh
vegetables, garlic,
cardamom, onions,
wheat,...
The central idea of the
proposed concept is
helping farm earnings
grow by shortening of
the supply chain,
establishing cos...
Agriculture hubs would offer
several benefits to the different
stakeholders in the value
chain. Farmers would get
multiple...
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“Secured Governance for Education”
Development of Education Infrastructures paving path for Multi- Sectoral Growth.
 
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Highways
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subsidiary
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stage  of  its  operations  and  in  developing  a  robust  education  system  in  the  country.  With  improved 
reso...
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Pilot Projects and Other Ongoing Initiatives
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Secured Governance for Bhilwara’s Techno Economic Growth 
– A Pilot Project 
• This is 1st
 set of Pilot proposal report b...
Secured Governance for Bhilwara 
Secured Governance for Bhilwara will facilitate and provide equal opportunities for Priva...
Bhilwara Master Plan Map
Bhilwara Secured Governance Hub Declaration in the Bhilwara Master Plan by UIT.
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MICRO TECH GLOBAL FOUNDATION
Micro Tech Global Foundation is a, self sustaining organization which aims to come up with en...
Mr. Jimmy Delshad
Goodwill Ambassador and Former Mayor of Beverly Hills, California (USA)
Mr. N. Gopalaswami, IAS (Retd)
F...
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“Secured Governance”:-India’s Pathway for Techno Economic National Growth

  1. 1. Secured Governance For Techno-Economic National Growth Unleashing the Hidden Potential for National Growth. Infrastructure Development with Minimal Govt. Investment. Achieving Growth through Convergence of Multiple Sectors. Setting up Hubs, Mini Hubs and Nano Hubs Nationally. Concept by : Dr. P. Sekhar Chairman, Micro Tech Global Foundation
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS SUMMARY 01 1. INDIA'S URBAN AWAKENING: BUILDING INCLUSIVE CITIES, SUSTAINING ECONOMIC GROWTH 03 2. DESIGNED IN THE EXISTING CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF THE GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE PARTICIPATION 05 3. FRAMEWORKS FOR URBANIZATION IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD 06 4. DEFINING THE MULTI-SECTORIAL SG HUBS 07 5. SECURED GOVERNANCE – TOWNSHIP PLAN 07 6. ESTIMATED LAND ALLOCATION AND VALUATION OF THE HUBS 08 7. LAND ALLOCATION & PROJECT COST IN1st PHASE. 08 8. SOCIAL IMPACT OF DEVELOPING TECHNO-ECONOMIC HUBS 09 9. SECTORIAL IMPLICATION OF SG 10 a. ROADWAYS b. RAILWAYS c. TOURISM d. EDUCATION e. SPORTS f. TELECOM 10. FUNCTIONING FRAMEWORK FOR SG 22 11. OVERVIEW OF INDIAN STATES 31 12. SUGGESTED HUBs FOR INDIA 32 13. PROJECT SCOPE DESIGNED UNDER THE EXISITING GUIDELINES – OVERVIEW WITH SEZ & NMIZ. 37 14. PUBLISHED ARTICLES ON SG 39 15. PILOT PROJECTS & OTHER ONGOING INITIATIVES 56 16. MICRO TECH GLOBAL FOUNDATION 61
  3. 3. Summary Secured Governance offers a strategy for the government to get all the basic infrastructure development with a negligible investment by the Government. It is a concept of developing Techno Economic Corridors connecting hubs which will act as growth centre for individual sectors. The very concept of “Secured’’ here implies a secured convergence or knitting with various sectors defining a growth for an economy. Secured Governance Compliments the present PPP developmental model by ensuring balanced participation of the private and public sector taking advantage of value and valuation of infrastructure thereby yielding higher returns. This valuation of infrastructure, which grows many folds need to be shared by the society and by the Government to support infrastructure development, ensuring balanced growth. Today we find the valuation due to infrastructure growth is not channelized towards infrastructure development and results in inequalities. Secured Governance aims at addressing this issue also. It facilitates an equal opportunity for Private sector and Government to work together with a single window clearance system to achieve greater results to bring National progress with profitability to the participating organisations. “Techno Economic Corridor” defines an economic linkage between major cities or developing region, connecting various Secured Governance Hubs contributing to primary sector and supported by subsidiary sectors which includes many initiatives and development plans in and around the two nodal connecting regions. We need a system to integrate economic interdependence in today’s modern societies which not only decreases uncertainty regarding where risks begin and end, but also help in judicious planning and development of new empowered, transparent and interdependent Governance systems with higher degree of society participation in nation building Process. Secured Governance is an ideal choice which equips to create adequate and coordinated measures to ensure the provision of financial, human, technical, information and other capacity building resources. Secured Governance is an effort towards tighter integration between growth oriented sectors such as Highways, Railways, Industries, Tourism, Sports, Agriculture, Education, Power, Healthcare and other related sectors of an economy. Much of the investments for development will come from Private sector wherein government and its agencies will act as facilitators. This will have a spiraling effect on Global Economy with a defined regions being developed as “Hubs” and multiple hubs connecting each other creating a Techno- Economic Corridor. The Hubs will be spread over Rural and Semi Urban regions promoting Industrial development and adoption of modern amenities and technologies to generate additional employment in urban areas and pay rich dividend to elite and rich investors. Secured Governance addresses the problems of the Urban Development need of Rural India to ensure social justice & better quality of life. This will have a highest level of decentralised Growth and Rural development and employment generation in the country. Secured Governance will implement legitimacy, enhance civic engagement, increase community approach in decision making and bring transparency in auditing pertinent to developmental work for the global village. Secured Governance will ensure good policy making mechanism towards National Infrastructure Development, thereby stopping fuelling a vicious cycle that destroys the lives and livelihoods of millions around the world every year. 1 of 61
  4. 4. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Quick facts: 2 of 61
  5. 5. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 1. Introduction - India's urban awakening: Building inclusive cities, sustaining economic growth India has a young and rapidly growing population—a potential demographic dividend. But India needs thriving cities if that dividend is to pay out. Research estimates that cities could generate 70% of net new jobs created to 2030 produce around 70% of Indian GDP, and drive a near fourfold increase in per capita incomes across the nation. Handled well, India can reap significant benefits from urbanization. The vast majority of which India could implement within 5- 10 years. Surging growth and employment in cities will be a powerful magnet. Projections show India’s urban population soaring from 340 million in 2008 to 590 million in 2030. And this urban expansion will happen at a speed quite unlike anything India has seen before. It took India nearly 40 years (between 1971 and 2008) for the urban population to rise by nearly 230 million. It will take only half the time to add the next 250 million. 3 of 61
  6. 6. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development India has the potential to unlock many new growth markets in its cities, many of them not traditionally associated with India, including infrastructure, transportation, healthcare, education, and recreation. Mckinsey Global Institute projects that, to meet urban demand, the economy will have to :- Build between 700 million and 900 million square meters of residential and commercial space a year. In transportation, India needs to build 350 to 400 kilometers of metros and subways every year, more than 20 times the capacity-building of this type that India has achieved in the past decade. In addition, between 19,000 and 25,000 kilometers of road lanes would need to be built every year (including lanes for bus-based rapid transit systems), nearly equal to the road lanes constructed over the past decade. Cities can also deliver a higher quality of life. Urban scale benefits mean the cost of delivering basic services is 30 to 40 % cheaper in concentrated population centers than in sparsely populated areas. Although urban India has attracted investment on the back of strong growth, its cities are still failing to deliver even a basic standard of living for their residents after years of chronic underinvestment. Unless it steps up investment in its cities, India could well lose the productivity dividend of urban living. If India used Public-Private partnerships, and formula- 4 of 61
  7. 7. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development based government funding—its largest cities could generate as much as 80 % of the funding they require from internal sources. Development of Infrastructure for Rural Prosperity Despite significant advancement in industrial development, Indian economy is dependent on agro based activities. Over 70% of the population living in rural areas is dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. A majority of these families spend over 90% of their earnings on basic needs such as food, fuel and health care. Over 50% of the rural families who are not able to meet even these essential needs fall under the category of the poor. Industrial development and adoption of modern technologies are likely to generate additional employment in urban areas and pay rich dividend to elite and rich investors. Secured Governance addresses the problems of the Urban Development need of Rural India to ensure social justice and better quality of life. Fortunately, the Government of India has been giving top priority to rural development. However, in the absence of well planned development programmes and efficient delivery systems, most of these resources do not benefit the target groups. 2. Designed in the Existing Constitutional Framework of the Government and Private Participation. The very concept of “Secured’’ here implies a secured convergence or knitting with various sectors defining a growth for an economy Facilitating investments opportunity through providing ready-to-use infrastructure with active participation of prestigious private sectors players like yours. Secured Governance facilitates and equal opportunity for Private sector and government to work together with a single window clearance system to achieve greater results to bring National progress with profitability to the participating organizations. This draws up business plans based on growth potential of infrastructure segments wherein private institutions will act as partners to Government to foster coordination and create defined clusters of Township. 5 of 61
  8. 8. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Essence of partnership in Secured Governance Hubs relative to Current Guidelines. 3. Frameworks for Urbanization in the Developing World Land use and ownership are also key factors to consider when attempting understanding the developing city. In India Only 0.4% of land area is used for Living space. In which Total Area (in Sq.km.) – 32,87,263;Total Land Area (in Sq.km.) – 29,73,190 Cities in the developing world are undeniably part of a larger social and economic order, both situated within a national urban system and an international economic and political structure. In order to understand their particular characters, it is essential to situate them within this larger framework. Particularly in the developing world, the concepts of site and situation have influenced the pattern of urban development. Post-colonial nations contain some of the greatest areas of urbanization in which the patterns of urbanization are informed by a colonial past. Traditional growth theories, such as Burgess’ zonal hypothesis, must be subject to certain background considerations when applied to the developing world. In particular, most urban areas in the developing world grew with a much less rigid regulatory system. 6 of 61
  9. 9. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 4. Defining the Multi-Sectorial SG HUBs 5. Secured Governance – Township Plan 7 of 61
  10. 10. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 6. Estimated Land Allocation and Valuation of the HUBS • Total Cost for Developing a Sectorial Hub is estimated around INR 1,300 crore per cluster. ( excluding Land Value) • The city/Township is planned to cover 500 Acres of land per hub and will be home to 10,000 in phase 1 and increasing up to 1,00,000 in next 5year. • Valuation is estimated to approx INR 4,000 Crores of one in next 2 years). (excluding appreciation of Land Value). for the 1st phase 7. Land Allocation and Project Cost in 1st Phase. 8 of 61
  11. 11. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 8. Social Impact of Developing Techno-Economic HUBs We need Secured Governance to integrate economic interdependence in today’s modern societies which not only decreases uncertainty regarding where risks begin and end, but also help in judicious planning and development of new empowered, transparent and interdependent system in the overall interest of the economic growth of the country with large employment potential and development of Rural areas and avoid masses migration to urban areas. Secured Governance system is equipped with higher degree of society participation in nation building Process. This will have a highest level of decentralized Growth in the country. 9 of 61
  12. 12. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 9. Sectorial Implication of Secured Governance i. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR ROADWAYS- Creating Nano-Hubs for Indian Roads and Highways for National Growth ROAD NETWORK IN INDIA India, having one of the largest road networks of 41.09 lakh km, consists of National Highways, Expressways, State Highways, Major District Roads, Other District Roads and Village Roads with following length distribution: National Highways/Expressway - 71,772 km, State Highways - 1, 54,522 km, Major District Roads - 2, 66,058 km, Other District Roads & Rural Roads - 36, 17, 240 km The National Highways have been classified on the basis of carriageway width of the Highway. Generally, a lane has a width of 3.75 m in case of single lane and 3.5 m per lane in case of multi-lane National Highways. The percentage of National Highways in terms of width is as under: Single Lane/ Intermediate lane - 15,536 km (21%), Double lane - 38,536 km (54%), Four Lane/Six lane/Eight Lane - 17,700 km (25%) Nano Hubs for Roadways/Highways Roadways are the most important transport infrastructure across the world. They facilitate mobility and are synonymous and essential to development. The development of a society depends on exchanges and communication and the roads provide them. A broad network of road transport has significant impact on nation building as it provides better physical access to employment, education and health services. There is a need to find ways by which we can improve our transportation sector performance without resorting to heavy investments. The purpose of a NANO HUB along the roads/highways is to provide for development and also to serve as entrance routes to the nearest Techno Economic Hub or Secured Governance Township. Nano hubs will be a part of an existing or new development project. These hubs will not only facilitate public utility space for the travelers but also promote small scale commercial units generating employment and revenue for the defined region. A typical Nano-Hub will be spread over an area of 1000 to 2000 sq. m, comprising of facilities like Roadside Stations, Motorway Service Areas, Retail & Minor Ancillary Uses, Toilets/Washrooms, Parking Facilities, Health Clinics, Internet Cafes, ATMs, Handicraft shops, Small Hotels, Restrooms, etc. Building 30,000 Nano-hubs at a regular interval of 100 km along the Indian roadways/highways will generate employment opportunities for 3 to 4 lakh personnel. Estimated revenue through Lease/Rentals from these hubs will be 54,000 crores annually. Signage and billboard advertising along roadways in addition to imparting important information to drivers/passengers can help generate additional revenue for the government. Signage can provide directional guidance, reassure drivers/passengers about their location, indicate sites of local services, state the speed 10 of 61
  13. 13. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development limit, and warn of upcoming changes or hazards. Given the value of such information, it is important that signs be designed and placed so that road users can locate, read and comprehend them within a timeframe appropriate for changing their plans and behavior. Highways and Expressways in India can accommodate and can give returns through billboards and Navigation Signage’s at an interval of 250- 500 meters. At the same time National roads and main roads this interval can vary from 25–100 meters across the road network in India. Wherein each signage generating a revenue between Rs. 10,000 – 30,000 per month. Internationally the billboard industry potentially has annual revenues exceeding US$150 billion (Rs. 7.5 lakh crores). Revenue from the uses of billboards in the US exceeds US$40 billion (Rs. 2 lakh crores) each year and revenue from the uses of billboards in the UK exceeds US$25 billion (Rs. 1.2 lakh crores) each year. Taking the vast network of roadways into consideration, if tapped properly, billboards in India can fetch revenue of around Rs 2.6 lakh crore each year through effective placement of billboards and Navigation Signage’s at regular intervals. A Nano Hub will also facilitate additional supportive Road amenities and revenue verticals such as: Motorway Service Areas (MSAs) and other roadside facilities perform an important road safety function by providing road users with the opportunity to stop and take a break in the course of their journey. Motorists should take a break of at least 20 minutes every two hours. Drivers of Large Goods Vehicles are subject to a regime of statutory breaks. A Roadside Station is a designated rest area found along roads and highways. In addition to providing places for travelers to rest, they are also intended to promote local tourism and trade. Shops may sell local produce, snacks, souvenirs, and other goods. Parking facilities along highways is again a great public utility. An additional charge can be levied for parking vehicles in a designated area. A pay Public requires money payment of any individual to use. It serves as a great public utility for the motorists/passengers. An emergency telephone is a phone specifically provided for making calls to emergency services. Due to emergency telephone services the response time from authorities during exigencies has quickened and become swifter. Small Health clinics are essential to provide medical help and assistance to the travelers if any accidents or mishaps occur near highways. Retail space for small food stores, drug stores, and variety stores selling confectionery, groceries, beverages, pharmaceutical and personal care items, hardware or printed matter. 11 of 61
  14. 14. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development ii. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR RAILWAYS Introduction to Indian Railways •Indian Railways is an Indian state- owned enterprise, owned and operated by the government of India through the Ministry of Railways. It is one of the world's largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km (71,000 mi) of track over a route of 65,000 km (40,000 mi) and 7,500 stations and Electrification21,500 Km. •7,500 million passengers annually or more than 20 million passengers daily (more than a half of which are suburban passengers) and 2.8 million tons of freight daily. •Railway land has been defined under the Railway (Amendment) Act 2005 as “any land in which a Government Railway has any right, title or interest”. Indian Railways (IR) owned 4320 sq Km (10.7 lakh Acres) of land as on 01 April 2006. •Indian Railways has approximately 448 Sq. Km. (approx 1,10,700 Acres) of vacant land. Railway Facilities and Need for Enhancing Facilities Indian Railways are one of the best managed facilities in the world and yet has large amount of land and Station spaces remaining unutilized. We need a system which can yield monitory returns from existing resources and increases the quality of stations and Passenger experience. There is a wide scope for augmenting infrastructure on this vacant land and even on existing facilities. The internal revenue surplus is too small to fund investments and private investments only constitute 4% of the total investment in the sector. This is primarily because the role of the private sector in almost all railway PPP projects is limited to creation of Railway Facility infrastructure. We need to create a system which attracts private entities to be a part for longer term mutually profitable relationships. Capacity addition in the railways sector will remains the key challenge in coming years. The sector has a huge opportunity to grow and the rail share in cargo and passenger services can increase significantly with a structural planning approach mechanism. There is a need to reform the railways in terms of policy actions and organizational ones and also make concerted efforts to attract meaningful private investments. With meeting these conditions, the railways will be able to meet the ambitious targets laid down in Vision 2020 Plans. 12 of 61
  15. 15. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Nano Hubs for Railways The purpose of this NANO HUB’s along the Railways is to provide for high quality commercial development along those railway networks, which serve as entrance routes to the nearest Techno Economic Hub or Secured Governance Township. These Nano hubs will be part of existing or new development project. These hubs will not only facilitate public utility space for the travelers but also promotes small scale commercial units generating employment and revenue from the defined region. Nano Hub can create small proportion of revenue to be generated through other activities on the rail franchise network such as car parking, station retailing, advertising etc. Place advertisements inside the passenger coaches. The external parts of the coaches are already being used for advertisements; retailing the Train operations with branded and unbranded retailing’s to be promoted inside the passenger trains. SG offers a strategy for developing a “Railways Hub or Nano Hub” along with all the basic infrastructure development along the various Metro Rail Project and Mono Rail Project with a negligible investment yield higher returns. It is an inspiring trend in creating vibrant urban spaces integrated with a high quality transit. NANO HUB for Rail Projects is based on a revenue model to generate revenue from valuation of property development along the limits of railway infrastructure or above the railway infrastructures. It will create fully integrated commercial and residential communities along the railway alignment. NANO HUB for Railways will also facilitate multiple commercial spaces with 7,500 Nano hubs along various stations which will get returns over 7,50,000 Crores through valuation over period of 2-3 years not including the advertisement cost. This includes each station with multiple structures with a salable area of 100,000 sq feet and rental facilities. Indian railways will influence maximum of 100 multi Sectoral Hubs spread over the influence areas. India will get an investment of Approx 1, 20,000 Crores in 2-3 years from the commencement year of project through private participation. Estimating an investment for one Hub accounts to 1200 Crores.And this will yield a retruns of almost 4, 00,000 Crores through Valuation of the salable infrastructures and give it back to the system. Secured Governance will facilitate Returns on Investment of more than 11,50,000 crores from selected Infrastructure Development projects. Additionally the Nano Hubs for railways will also generate additional continuous revenue through rental facilities from the infrastructure to a tune of 1,35,000 crores with an average rental of 150 per square feet from each infrastructure with a rentable space of 100,000 sq ft per Nano Hub for 7,500 Nano Hubs. 13 of 61
  16. 16. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development iii. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR TOURISM Introduction to Indian Tourism Tourism in India is the largest service industry, with a contribution of 6.23% to the national GDP and 8.78% of the total employment in India .India’s Tourism Sector Continues to be one of the world’s most demanding and unique set of characteristics about its governance. 3,650 ancient monuments and archaeological sites in India;(Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)) 44 site museums are under the control of ASI;98 Major National Parks in India; Number of Domestic Tourist Visits to all States / UTs – 740.21 million. India is having a total of 17 million Tourist arrivals. Share of India in International Tourist Arrival is 0.68% and Ranks 38th in the world. Secured Governance and Tourism Hubs Secured Governance for Tourism will to provide for high quality commercial development along Key Tourism destinations, which serve as Techno Economic Hub or Secured Governance Township. These hubs will be part of existing or new development project. These hubs will not only facilitate public utility space for the travelers but also promotes commercial units generating employment and revenue from the defined region. Selecting Existing Tourism destination like heritage sites, Religious or natural Tourist Location etc and developing it as Tourism Hub OR Developing a New Strategically selected location to a Tourism HUB with state of art infrastructures and Amenities. These hubs are well equipped with the modern infrastructure, facilities and services in the areas of commerce, communication, connectivity, hospitality, transportation, medical facilities etc. Buoyed by the national recognition for tourism infrastructure development in india these Hubs will play a part of taking the momentum forward is planning major destination development projects across the state. For this, the Departments have to indentify projects on Public Private Participation which would develop hubs comprise theme parks, health city, science city, aqua-marine park, international convention centre, etc. Indian Tourism Hubs will influence maximum of 30 multi Sectoral Hubs spread over the influence areas. India will get an investment of Approx 36,000 Crores in 2-3 years from the commencement year of project through private participation estimating an investment for one Hub accounts to 1200 Crores. 14 of 61
  17. 17. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development And this will yield a returns sof approx 1,20,000 Crores through Valuation of the salable infrastructures and give it back to the system. Development of selected tourist circuits and centers which are popular with the tourists, instead of spreading limited resources over a large number of circuits centers. Diversification of tourism in India from the traditional sight-seeing tour centered (primarily places of cultural tourism interest) towards the more rapidly growing tourism market within the framework of country's milieu with a conscious attention to the aesthetic, environmental and socio-cultural implications of tourism projects. Restoration and balanced development of national heritage projects of both cultural, historical and tourist importance to exploit advantages of India's unique place as a cultural tourism destination and to utilize tourism as a major force in support of conservation of national heritage. It will not only facilitate National growth and provide additional revenue from Tourism facilities but also will facilitate an employment opportunity for approximately 10 lakhs Population. iv. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR EDUCATION Introduction to Indian Education System Education system in India has grown in the post-independence period to become one of the largest systems of its kind in the world. During the last decade it has been experiencing a galloping growth phase with major campuses mushrooming throughout the country and offering varied courses. Enrollments in Kindergarten-12th grade (K-12) growing to 351 million, requiring an additional 34 million seats by 2018. Higher education industry boasting of student enrollment of 11 million in 343 universities and 17000 colleges, offers a wide spectrum of courses that are recognized globally. Market size of Higher education in India has gone up from 30000 crores in 2008 to 50,000 crores in 2012. Apart from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses, there are many training and diploma level institutes and polytechnics that cater to the growing demand for skill- based and vocational education. 15 of 61
  18. 18. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Points of Concern There is a popular view point that the recent growth of higher education system has been sporadic and unplanned and cannot be relied on to provide a robust source of development. India is short of 1.2 million teachers; 42 million children aged between 6 and 14 do not go to school; roughly 16% of all villages do not have primary schooling facilities and 17% schools have just one teacher. There is also a concern that apart from financing and management there also problems associated with access and quality of higher education doled out. Even the National Knowledge Commission has called for reforming governance of educational institutions. Governance issues in higher education have thus emerged in to the forefront higher education. We are in need of a system which provides a blue print for extending the present concept of practical governance to ensure a system of administration that is proactive, secured, transparent accountable and responsive. A system which has to be centered on dynamic self response mechanism derived from well defined linkages of the system and individuals who can take necessary action independently. Secured Governance for Education – A Mantra for Prosperity through Knowledge Growth 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 defined “Educational Hub” along various existing educational 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. 16 of 61
  19. 19. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Indian Education Hubs will influence maximum of 17-18 multi Sectoral Hubs spread over the influence areas. India will get an investment of Approx 21,000 Crores in 2-3 years from the commencement year of project through private participation estimating an investment for one Hub accounts to 1200 Crores. And this will yield returns of approx 70,000 Crores through Valuation of the salable infrastructures and give it back to the system. It will not only facilitate National growth and provide additional revenue from Education facilities but also will facilitate an opportunity for approximately 1million jobs. Combination of education and infrastructure will be absolutely critical to turn what is a potential opportunity from a strongly growing labour force to something which delivers a sustainable growth. As a developing nation, India was focused on expanding its physical infrastructure, enhancing agriculture and industrial productivity v. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR SPORTS. The history of sports in India is very ancient and dates back to the Vedic era. It is more likely that many of today's Olympic disciplines are advanced versions of games of strength and speed that flourished in ancient India. Chess, wrestling, polo, archery and hockey (possibly a fall-out from polo) are some of the games believed to have originated in India. India has a population for more than 1.2 billion and ranked 2nd after china in terms of population but yet India could only produce handful sports personnel and credits. A small country like Holland has over 200 astro turfs, “but in India we have just 15. Think 'infrastructure' and it conjures up images of economic endeavors like bridges, roads and ports. However, in all serious discussions on infrastructure there is one glaring omission: sports infrastructure. It is a component that contributes to the economy as much as some of the other infrastructure projects, with the entire attendant attributes - employment, supply-chain impacts, long-term sustainability, indirect benefits and so on. There is no doubt that there is abundance of talent and potential yet there are various reasons why Indians are unable to succeed in any sport other than cricket. From stadiums to sports Highlights on Sporting facilities in India More than 128,000 stadiums in India. There are only 54 recognised National Sports Federations including Olympic federation. 17 of 61
  20. 20. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development equipment, the supply is less than the demand with very few centres having the modern and the latest paraphernalia. However the situation may seem, there are still remedies that can be employed to change the scenario for the better. Better facilities, better equipment, better funds will come about with a better attitude. We need to have a holistic approach towards sports development taking into account the health, recreational, social and economic benefits. Secured Governance is an ideal choice which equips to create adequate and coordinated measures to ensure the provision of financial, human, technical, information and other capacity building resources. The London Olympics too have demonstrated how sports infrastructure benefits the economy. Forward Approach: - An IPL for Every Sport! The Indian Premier League has been a smashing success ever since its inception. It has given livelihood to all those cricketers who are either retired and or not lucky in playing for their countries long time. Not only Indian cricketers but also players from overseas are hugely benefited from the IPL. Corporate India which has pumped in big investment in IPL should come forward to the rescue of other sports in India. With proper support from Indian companies, our players and athletes can concentrate on their particular sport and excel in it. The need of the hour is to create an IPL for hockey, football, tennis, badminton, and other games. India will then become a multi- sport nation producing winners in many games who bring laurels to the country. It again generates job opportunities for thousands directly and indirectly. Secured Governance Hubs for Sports Secured Governance for Sports as a Sector is a strategy that relates to the develop a relationship between development of sports facilities and infrastructures to various other sectors developing together along with various institutions as partners and Government as governing body to foster, coordinate and create an defined “ Sports Hub” along various strategic locations in the country. Sports Hubs will be developed as cluster/s on strategically defined locations that improves and India's cricket board claims it's on track to becoming the richest sporting body in the world with income of income by eight times to about $1.5 billion (approx INR 8,300 crores) The Indian Premier League, directly and indirectly generated employment for more than 15000 people. Business Standard reports that IPL has got another Rs 2,000 crore ($450 million) from the sale of rights, including hotel, travel and ground sponsorship. 18 of 61
  21. 21. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development develops the cluster as a whole through regional strategies, technology and interdependency among various sectors of growth. Sports hub will be incorporate various components required to create an world class facility at the same time promotes not only sportsmen in various forms but also direct agents coaches, Trainers, sports equipment manufacturers etc and indirect agents such as component manufacturers used in making sports equipments and field staffs etc. The sports hub will regenerate a region and will incorporate a new stadiums, new multi-purpose indoor arena, new aquatic centre and supporting leisure / commercial developments including visitor attraction, health and fitness facility, specialist retail, serviced apartments etc. The sports hub will form the major element of a new sports city, which will be the focus for sporting and lifestyle activities in India in the future. This development not only promotes the facilities but also makes these projects self-sustaining and as we discussed earlier creates a holistic approach towards sports development taking into account the health, recreational, social and economic benefits. With secured governance for sports, better funds, better infrastructure, better facilities, better equipment, better coaches will come about . They will all help ushering in a better attitude making India a truly sporting nation. Corporate India and NGOs will come forward in getting more funds. Despite the government’s efforts of creating various schemes to promote sport facilities, doubts over the long-term financial viability of such assets in the absence of grants or from not-for-profit bodies still persist. While the government’s role in nurturing sportspersons and attract investment cannot be understated, it is equally important to underscore the role of the private sector in bridging the gap. If India has to promote private investment to create world-class sports infrastructure, due importance must be given to return on investment. Sports Hubs will influence maximum of 5 multi Sectoral Hubs spread over the influence areas. India will get an investment of Approx 6,000 Crores in 2-3 years from the commencement year of project through private participation estimating an investment for one Hub accounts to 1200 Crores. And this will yield returns of approx 20,000 Crores through Valuation of the salable infrastructures and give it back to the system. 19 of 61
  22. 22. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development vi. SECURED GOVERNANCE FOR TELECOM. Telecom Market In India and Concern for Investment Need Fifth largest telecom network in the world; second largest among the emerging economies after China. On an average, about 6–7 million new users added per month, making India the world’s fastest growing wireless services market. Liberal Foreign Investment Regime–FDI limit increased from 49 percent to 74 percent; the rural telecom equipment market is also open to large investments. Among the countries offering the highest rates of return on investment The large untapped potential in India’s rural markets–1.9 % teledensity in rural markets as compared to the national level of 18%. The government promoting telecom manufacturing by providing tax sops and establishing telecom specific Special Economic Zones. Fully repatriable dividend income and capital invested in telecom equipment manufacturing. The telecom sector needs about INR 2.30 lakh crore (US$ 42.44 billion) investment for meeting the target of 100% connectivity in remote rural areas. Secured Governance for Telecom The concept of Telecom Hub is derived in tune from Secured Governance through a revolution that requires upturning all the procedures evolved through years of efforts and experience. It realizes the tools for bringing about effective and sustainable changes in the system. The methodology has been evolved through hands on experience in dealing with the industry and governmental system. When identifying and determining development potential within an economy a set of criteria is required against which to evaluate whether or not the effort being undertaken possesses development potential or not. The set of criteria serves as an evaluation tool to identify areas with potential for development and opportunities within each of the local economic sectors. The Telecom Hub will definitely provide innumerable benefits in the following way: Telecom Hub supports production networks through its world-class infrastructure, where business facilities are supported by comfortable lifestyle amenities in the trade zone, and where the 'green concept' weaves through the perfect blend of business and social infrastructure throughout the Telecom Industrial Park; 20 of 61
  23. 23. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Telecom Hub will be the first public/private sector multi-product Telecom Hub in India, and this exclusive trade zones in India will be designed to benchmark with the best export zones and Telecom Industrial Parks across the globe; Telecom Hub will offer a common platform on which the communication enterprises and the telecom industries will be clubbed as one of India’s biggest embedded software/hardware development base. Telecom Hub will introduce new enterprises, Mobile application Development companies, Data Centres, Telecom research and Innovation Centre, Mobile VAS providers, Customer Premise equipment Manufacturers, Telecom Engineering and Training Instittes and centres, Network Equipment & Fibre Optics Manufactures, Mobile Tower Maufactures and Service Provides etc all in one place. Seeking attractive foreign investment and fixed asset investment. Government can look to Telecom Hub to power its investment and growth and help boost employment, manufacturing and services in the security domain; The competitive high- tech Telecom Hub supported by leading projects and enterprise groups will attract huge foreign direct investment (FDIs) for the security industries to help government earn substantial revenue; Telecom Hubs will influence maximum of 6 multi Sectoral Hubs spread over the influence areas. India will get an investment of Approx 7,200 Crores in 2-3 years from the commencement year of project through private participation estimating an investment for one Hub accounts to 1200 Crores. And this will yield returns of approx 24,000 Crores through Valuation of the salable infrastructures and give it back to the system. 21 of 61
  24. 24. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 10. Functioning Framework for Secured Governance Secured Governance consists of either a separate process or part of decision- making or leadership processes. In modern nation-states, these processes and systems are typically administered by a government. When discussing governance in particular organisations, the quality of governance within the organisation is often compared to a standard of good governance. In the case of a business or of a non-profit organization, governance relates to consistent management, cohesive policies, guidance, processes and decision-rights for a given area of responsibility. Secured Governance is the concept to develop a Techno Economic corridor which will Act as growth centre for individual sector with all other sectors playing supporting role for development and nation building process.” In spatial terms it integrates rural and Urban Growth. In economic Terms it brings about the threshold level for main sectors and supporting sectors. In technological terms it provides cost effective symbiotic relationships between main and subsectors. Secured Governance tries to provide a conducive environment for social growth of the near and far communities. Functioning of the Secured Governance can be defined in 6 Broad Sections as Given Below:- 22 of 61
  25. 25. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development A. Section 1 : - Societal & Economic Infrastructure Development Axioms Supporting the approach to Secure Governance Secure Governance has to be backed by dynamically responsive instruments for operating 1. finance, 2. administration, 3. co-ordination and conflict resolution, 4. societal outreach and deliberation and 5. Network co-ordination with private sector, NGO and societal groups. While these will be taken up in subsequent sections, a basic set of axioms forming the basis of the Secured Governance approach is listed below: A review of idle capacity in the public sector infrastructure should facilitate fresh revenue generation through collective economic activity The role of Public Governance is to deliver service where it is required most and the starting point of governance is to establish the societal needs in order to establish the goals Development plan should encourage different sectors to come together. Public Governance necessarily involves co-operation between actors from various sections including politicians, bureaucrats, technocrats, think tanks, network of business communities, societal and NGO groups. It is necessary to establish network links with each of the groups and deliberate with them without prejudice. Through deliberations the role of each group should be evolved unmindful of their self-interest. Since the problems at the local, regional and national/international scales are different, devolution of powers should be encouraged to support effective implementation at the local level where most of the societal problems are encountered. It is necessary to think in terms of skill development and increasing employment opportunities. Bringing in different sectors together in a hub brings about a positive synergy which can be further activated by connection the hubs through a Techno-economic corridor. 23 of 61
  26. 26. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Set of protocols are needed within the governance process for building industrial sectors in order to ensure housing, education, water , sanitation etc. Estimates of valuation increase that can arise in the land and housing in a given area due to industrial growth has to be worked out. This can be used to stimulate private investment in the infrastructure up front. The most important component is put in to place a response system to react instantaneously to avoid delays or collapse of defined procedures. Public servants should be involved in deliberating with societal groups as providers of service and measure requirements as well as satisfaction level of service already delivered. It should be emphasized that Secured Governance essentially lays emphasis on how to work best while working within the available laws and procedures. The system envisaged is dynamic and designed to adapt to changing scenarios. B. Section 2 :- Internal Structures The principle aim of public governance is to operate efficiently a system that can provide robust and sustainable service to every segment of the society. The scale of operation and the complexity of issues to be resolved are truly imposing. A system is required to network with a wide spectrum of stake holders, work out the devolution of powers to the last mile, monitor the progress and manage the entire internal work flow supporting all these activities. An ethically driven workforce trained to deal with networks and supported by tactically framed structures of monitoring committees and power devolution strategies can form the basis of such an effort. An outline of the projected system under secure governance is provided here. Work management, Structuring of monitoring committees Structuring the devolution of powers Co-ordination of networks. 24 of 61
  27. 27. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Work Management: Traditionally public governance was managed through a hierarchical system of employees belonging to different cadres with corresponding powers of review and execution. Such a system worked in a less complex environment of a class driven society. Globalization and democratization have dramatically increased the number of centers of power and thereby called for a more responsive system of power sharing. The basic laws of operation based on systems of duty and natural justice have to remain the same but the modes of operation needs to modified to support efficiency and sustainability. The principles of Secure Governance related to work management are as follows: Information Technology has to be used effectively to support administrative and management decisions. All data as well as rules, protocols, precedents should be available with contextual representation at the press of a of a computer key. Enhance ownership of responsibility at every level. Complex decisions require more integrated response and insight and hence a certain hierarchical classification of personnel. Each member of workforce at a given level can be expected to take responsibility of the decision based on the powers provided at that level and only pass on the necessary information to the superiors. All decisions and information has to be digital form and fully accessible for action and scrutiny. Assessment of staff could be based on action taken reports with due importance for promptness in addition to the quality of decision. As a matter of principle no judgment of actions and decision taken should be based on hindsight as the staff will then be wary of acting on their own. Structuring of Monitoring Committees Monitoring is arguably the most important component of the public management process. Issues to be monitored on a regular basis include: 25 of 61
  28. 28. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Progress of infrastructural development projects with special adherence to deadlines and quality Maintenance of systems already in operation. Security and Law and Order Health and Hygiene Education and Employment Progress in science and technology Industrial output Investment growth Functioning of hubs and techno-economic corridors Agriculture and Rural economy Environment and sustainability Functioning of democratic processes and societal satisfaction National Security aspects to be kept etc, Monitoring has to be exhaustive in order to provide an overview at local, regional and national levels. This is essential from the secured governance point of view. Each of the areas to be monitored is supported by a number of sectors and departments and hence monitoring needs a committee represented by various sectors and institutions involved. Secured Governance guidance for the Structuring of Committee meetings is as follows: Each committee has to have a specific goal and should be represented by main sectors involved The terms of a monitoring committee has to be specific and well defined and its views should taken as binding through appropriate devolution of powers It is necessary for the meetings to have a specific agenda and each of the members should be in a position to take a final official stand A training process for the members and more particularly the chairman on how to conduct a committee meeting will be very helpful. It is the responsibility of the members to ensure that all information required by the meeting agenda is available with them 26 of 61
  29. 29. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development If any member is not able to attend the meeting he/she should be available through teleconferencing All members should be connected to the IT system for having instant access to data as well as rules , protocols, precedents etc required for decision making Decisions should not be shifted to a future date except in rarest of rare cases. The minutes of a meeting has be completed and signed before the end of the meeting and the decisions taken should be immediately binding and enforceable at the end of the meeting. The process of sending the minutes for approval is time consuming and should be avoided. Structuring of Devolution of Powers Devolution of powers is a part of constitutional requirement. Public Governance extends across Center to State to District to Taluka up to the Panchayat level.Urban entities like cities and towns have statutory bodies like municipalities and corporations working with their own power structures. There are elaborate protocols defining financial and administrative transactions between these entities. A number of conflicts arise because of perception in adequate devolution of powers leading to loss of initiative and corresponding stalling of progress. In modern systems of public governance, some financial and operational powers can be out sourced or delegated to quasi-governmental organizations and even to private entities or Non-Governmental Organizations. Devolution of powers is essential not only for efficient functioning at all levels of operation but also to ensure that there is no alienation of societal elements removed far from the center of power. Very often the requirements at a local or regional level can vary considerably and it is dangerous to adopt the same rule for all. It is necessary to provide democratic involvement at all levels and that is not possible without devolution of powers. Even within the management system it is essential to have clearly defined devolution of powers to monitoring and action taking committees Devolution of powers is an integral part of secure governance as it prevents bottle necks that can otherwise be generated by channeling all action through centrally managed 27 of 61
  30. 30. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development administration. It is also necessary for involvement of all the stake holders in planning and decision making. It is only then that governance will not only be fair and evenhanded but also appear to be so. From the secured governance point of view devolution of powers should be based on the following basis: The notion that risk free management can be provided by micro control has to be discarded Freedom and efficiency of action at all levels can be provided only by transferring adequate powers. Transfer of powers should be decided through joint deliberations aimed at generating consensus. Change of Guard should happen only after 3 years of functioning and be having at least 5 days of mutual working for complete handover and understanding.. Authorities working before change of guard should be available for advisory positions at any given point of time. Devolution of powers should be accompanied by system of information exchange that can support cohesive networking suitable for constructive regulation. Difficulties resulting from devolution of powerhas to be sorted out dynamically through deliberations at suitable levels. Section 3 Self Sustaining Financial Viablity Effective methods of balancing revenue and expenses Organize economic surveys Preparing valuation forecasts , Risk analysis Financial instruments for disbursing grants Support of receiving the projects. 28 of 61
  31. 31. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Section 4 :- Network Management Networking with societal groups at the local level Networking with Think Tanks and Pressure Groups Networking with Business and Private entrepreneurs Organizing Clusters, Hubs and Technological Corridors based on market forces and local culture and expertise Working with NGOs at all levels of confidence building Use process of deliberations and conflict management at all levels to set goals that are transparent and workable. Section 5 :- Sustainability and Environmental Issues and will emphasize on special methods required for Preserving limited resources like water and energy over a period of time Generating methods for monitoring resources and provide best practices advice Generating a transparent data base and criteria to hasten the process of evaluating and providing environmental clearances. Working on rapid completion of clearances and system for monitoring sustainability adherence. Section 6 :- will examine the role of Information technology in ensuring sustainable governance system by formulating proper benchmarks for E-Governance. Prioritizing the role of data assimilation Storage, access and networking Data security and back up Protocols to ensure data is up to date Application programs required to provide meaningful visualization System for providing instant messages to ensure deadlines 29 of 61
  32. 32. OVERVIEW OF INDIAN STATES AND DEFINING TECHNO ECONOMIC HUBS 30 of 61
  33. 33. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 11. Overview of Indian States India has established itself in the global arena and registered a phenomenal growth, but at the same time a specter of security threats is always haunting the nation. There is an imminent need to understand these multi-facet, pernicious threats before we formulate an effective security mechanism to address these challenges. Security of the nation and its overall growth and development are inextricably linked. So, it becomes imperative to know the vital socio-economic indicators which will enable us to implement strong appropriate security measures to make our nation safe and secured. To this end, some of the important indicators of all Indian states are summarized below: 31 of 61
  34. 34. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 12. Suggested HUBs for India We propose 200 Hubs with a Techno-Economic Corridor to meet the demand. India will get an investment from the commencement of project through Private Participation, especially in Infrastructure development Projects and Urbanization under Secured Governance Projects. 32 of 61
  35. 35. State-wise Allocation of HUBs for India States/ Sectors Industrial Tourism Transport Agriculture Power Education Healthcare Sports Others Hubs Total Hubs Maharashtra 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 16 Tamil Nadu 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 16 Gujarat 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 3 15 West Bengal 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 14 Andhra Pradesh 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 13 Rajasthan 3 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 3 13 Madhya Pradesh 3 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 12 Uttar Pradesh 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 12 Haryana 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 11 Karnataka 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 11 Bihar 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 3 10 Orissa 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 8 Kerala 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 8 Jharkhand 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 Punjab 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 6 Chhattisgarh 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 Jammu and Kashmir 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 Uttarakhand 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 Goa 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Himachal Pradesh 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 5 7 sisters North East 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 9 Union Territory 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 Total 40 30 20 15 15 15 10 5 50 200 33 of 61
  36. 36. Tamil Nadu Gujarat Hubs for Maharashtra - 16 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 2 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 2 Health Hub - 1 Sports Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Gujarat - 15 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 2 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 2 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for West Bengal - 14 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 1 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 2 Health Hub - 1 Sports Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Andhra Pradesh - 13 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 1 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Rajasthan - 13 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 2 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Tamil Nadu - 16 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 2 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 2 Health Hub - 1 Sports Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 West Bengal Rajasthan Maharshtra Andhra Pradesh State-wise Suggested Hubs for India 34 of 61
  37. 37. Madhya Pradesh Bihar Haryana Orissa Uttar Pradesh Karnataka Hubs for Madhya Pradesh - 12 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 2 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Karnataka - 11 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 1 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 1 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Uttar Pradesh - 12 Industrial Hub - 2 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 1 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Bihar - 10 Industrial Hub - 1 Tourism Hub - 1 Transport Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Education Hub - 2 Health Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Haryana - 11 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 1 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Sports Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Orissa - 8 Industrial Hub - 2 Tourism Hub - 1 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 2 State-wise Suggested Hubs for India 35 of 61
  38. 38. Kerala Himachal Pradesh Punjab Jammu Kashmir Jharkhand Chhattisgarh Hubs for Kerala - 8 Industrial Hub - 1 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Power Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 2 Hubs for Chhattisgarh - 5 Industrial Hub - 1 Tourism Hub - 1 Transport Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 2 Hubs for Jharkhand - 8 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Power Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Himachal Pradesh - 5 Industrial Hub - 1 Tourism Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 2 Hubs for Punjab - 6 Industrial Hub - 3 Tourism Hub - 2 Transport Hub - 2 Agriculture Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 3 Hubs for Jammu Kashmir - 4 Industrial Hub - 1 Tourism Hub - 1 Agriculture Hub - 1 Other Hubs - 1 State-wise Suggested Hubs for India 36 of 61
  39. 39. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development 13. Project Scope designed under the existing guidelines – Overview with SEZ and NMIZ. Linking Concept of Secured Governance within Scope and Existing Guidelines of Government of India and Government Bodies Secured Governance concept is being developed within the scope of the existing guidelines and norms of the government. These few selected document attached within are the extracts and compilation from few select documentation which we understood to be directly or with slight modification are linking to the scope of work for concept of Secured Governance and Infrastructure Development. This document is to support in taking advantage of what is already known about best practices for each step of the process. The Design and Usability Guidelines, compiled through an extensive process of research and review, bring you those best practices which can help in best capitalization of resources for promoting and boosting the SG concept for economic development and Nation building process. These Documents linked to private bodies and higher degree of society participation helping in success of the project. These documents highlights few coordinated measures and guidelines already set forth by Government of India to ensure the provision of financial, human, technical, information and other capacity building resources and its effective linkages to developments through Secured Governance. Development of Secured Governance with and insight to SEZ guidelines PHYSICAL INFRASTRCTURE: • External Connectivity: - External connectivity for SEZs being critical to the success of the SEZ, State Governments should evolve a development plan and create adequate external infrastructure for the SEZs on a time bound basis. • Regional Development SEZs being centres for economic activity, will have the influence of developing township around it. State Government therefore should look at the development of the area around the Zone in a planned manner in particular for SEZs around which there is no commercial or industrial activity. Developers will work with the State Government to achieve the same objective. • Power Supply It would be appropriate that the SEZ is self-dependent on power supply and the SEZs should be able to provide 7 x24 hours uninterrupted quality power supply. It would be desirable for Developer to undertake distribution of power either on its own or through a Co-Developer and source power from power plants located in other SEZs or set up a captive power plant. 37 of 61
  40. 40. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development • Training and Manpower The developer shall be responsible for setting up technical education facilities on need basis in non processing area which will include Polytechnics, courses for higher education as well as facilities for evening classes for the nearby areas of each Zone to provide qualified manpower in the units coming up in the Zone. • Water Supply There should be planning for adequate provision for water supply to meet both residential and non-residential demand of water. • Medical & Food Facilities Developers shall provide appropriate medical facilities in the zone for use by the residents & employees. • Priority to Small Scale Units Setting up of “Small Scale Units” as defined under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006, in the SEZs, should be encouraged. Accordingly the SEZ developers should make a conscious attempt to bring small scale units in the SEZs. • Other Facilities :- Solid Waste management, Sewerage, etc.General: The developer and State Government should take a long term view for developing infrastructure facilities within the Zone, particularly in case of multi-sector SEZs. Source – Guidelines for development of Special Economic Zones,F.No.D-1/19/2009-SEZ, Page No .4-6, Reference to the National Manufacturing and Investment Zones(NMIZ) – Highlighting linkages with SG Industrial Hubs • The NMIZs would be a combination of production units, public utilities, logistics, environmental protection mechanisms, residential areas and administrative services. It would have a processing area, where the manufacturing facilities, along with associated logistics and other services and required infrastructure will be located, and a non- processing area, to include residential, commercial and other social and institutional infrastructure. • The internal infrastructure of the NMIZ will be built and managed by a Developer, or a group of Co- developers. • The NMIZ would have a governing body, which would be in the form of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) formed with the constituents of that specific NMIZ. The SPV would have delegated authority from the State Government, Ministries in the Central Government and other Government Agencies for issuing necessary clearances, as may be necessary for the inception and continuation of business ventures inside the NMIZ. • Government of India (GOI) will consider under this Policy all applications for establishment of NMIZs and approve expeditiously such proposals as are found feasible. It will constitute a High Powered Committee to ensure necessary coordination among central ministries and state government, and also monitor the progress of environmental and other clearances, as well as development of the NMIZs, at required intervals 38 of 61
  41. 41. Articles on Secured Governance for Multi-Sectorial Requirements 39 of 61
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  43. 43.                                     Secured Governance is a mechanism which acts as a growth centre for individual sector with all other sectors playing supporting role for sustainable growth and development. The very concept of “Secured’’ here implies a secured convergence or meeting with various sectors defining a growth for an economy.    Secured Governance or SG lays emphasis on utilizing the inherent potentialities of a region in a comprehensive way. A particular region may be best suited for developing and establishing an industrial hub, due to its advantageous location, well developed infrastructure and logistical support systems, while another region may be more conducive to creating an educational hub due to its demography, cultural inclination and various other supporting factors. Likewise, a geographical setting or a location may be particularly well-suited for production of agricultural commodities due to a combination of natural advantages and unmatched agricultural potential. The cultivation of world famous Nagpur orange in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra has 44 of 61
  44. 44. brought indispensable glory to the region. Kashmiri saffron is considered the world's best saffron for its extraordinary aroma, powerful coloring and flavoring capabilities. Doon Valley is famous for its Dehradooni Basmati. These are just a few examples, there are many such regions in India which have an immense agricultural potential. But have we been able tap the inherent potential of these regions to the fullest? Taking Nagpur as an example, Nagpur orange’s survival hinges precariously on its return to sustainable cultivation. Excessive chemical use, water logging and extensive monoculture have badly affected the production of the oranges. Till date, orange has survived by tearing down everything else in its environment, but the limit has been reached. Remedies may involve steps like reduction of acreage of orange and introduction of mixed orchards to restore environmental balance. Progressive utilization of the available resources is at the core of implementing Secured Governance. The Indian economy is an agrarian economy in nature with agriculture contributing to approximately 20% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and providing livelihood to almost 65% of the population in India. Farming households account for approximately 60% in rural areas and direct income from farming activities accounts for over 50% of farm household incomes. This emphasizes the importance of agriculture in India. Among world nations, India is the largest producer of fresh fruits. It mainly produces Sesame seeds, fennel, badian, jute, cashew nuts, pulses, ginger turmeric, mangoes, chilies and peppers. India holds the second largest population of cattle. It has around 281million cattle. 45 of 61
  45. 45. It holds the second position in producing cashew, cabbage, cotton seed, fresh vegetables, garlic, cardamom, onions, wheat, rice sugarcane, tomatoes, coconut, ground nut, tea, green peas, cauliflower, potato and inland fish. India is a country which produces tobacco, rapeseed, coconut and tomatoes in large amount. So, it is called the third largest producer of these produce. Production of horticultural crops has increased considerably as compared to the situation a couple of decades ago. The area under horticulture crops has increased from 16.6 million ha in 2001-02 to 22.25 million ha in 2011-12 with a corresponding increase in production from 146 million tonnes to 248 million tonnes, with a productivity level of 8.8 to 11.13 tonnes per ha. Thus, there has been a phenomenal increase in area, production and productivity during this period amounting to 34%, 70% and 26%, respectively. With the growth trend, horticulture is expected to play a dominant role in the overall development of agriculture in the country in the coming years. Fruits and vegetables, together, constitute about 92% of the total horticultural production in the country. Following are the statistics: The concept of developing an Agriculture Hub under Secured Governance is essentially a strategically located multi-modal platform. It will have state-of-the-art facilities, at par with the best in contemporary international scenario, duly adapted for local conditions. The project will address complete backward and forward linkages from farmers to the consumers. SG stresses upon utilizing the unique potentialities of place in a way that invigorates the growth of other interlinked sectors in a perfect equilibrium. The hub will be equipped with facilities for warehousing, food processing, cold storages, central auctioning, ripening chambers, quality control laboratories, one stop shopping centers, Agri-clinic and extension services, information kiosk etc. Integration of such facilities will help in shortening the supply chain for the producers who have to traverse a long marketing channel to reach the market due to unavailability of the necessary infrastructure. By combination of transportation, storage services, training facilities and support from other related sectors, Agri-Hubs would emerge as strategic locations that involve end-to-end solutions and improve efficiencies while enabling apportionment of associated capital costs across a larger e of users leading to significant cost reductions.bas 46 of 61
  46. 46. The central idea of the proposed concept is helping farm earnings grow by shortening of the supply chain, establishing cost effective and standardized linkages. The concept intends to revive market extension activity with re-oriented and appropriate physical infrastructure and technological support. Development of Agriculture Hub will make way for development of a secured township along the Hubs in strategically defined intervals divided in various clusters which will include infrastructures such as Residential complexes, Official and Industrial Facilities, Power and Water, Banking, Educational Institutes, Transport facilities and infrastructures, Healthcare, Hospitality Sectors, Retail Market, and much more. With improved resource allocation, enhanced governance, Interdependency among sectors and transparency in the system going hand in hand, development and effective use of Information Technology and Innovation can deliver a safer, cleaner and a self sustaining Agriculture Sector. Agriculture Hub will facilitate a professionally managed competitive alternate marketing structure that provides multiple choices to farmers for sale of produce along with a comprehensive solution to meet key needs of all the stakeholders. A well integrated approach will help establish efficient linkages between the farmers, village cluster, producer, and the market centre. This would also include reduction in the involvement of intermediaries in the supply chain, which will further expand the markets for primary agricultural products and add value by vertically integrating such services. Such facilities endeavor to integrate farm production with buyers by (a) offering multiple choices to farmers for sale of produce such as electronic auctioning (b) facility for direct sale to exporter, processor and retail chain network under a single roof. In addition, it would provide storage infrastructure thus offering the choice to trade at a future date to the participants. It is envisaged to offer a one-stop-solution that provides logistics support including transport services & cool chain support and facility for storage (including warehouse, cold storage, ripening chamber, storage shed, etc), facility for cleaning, grading, sorting, packaging and palletization of produce and extension support & advisory to farmers. An integrated facility in terms of a modern market centre with suitable logistics support would address all the issues in the sector and suit the need of the hour. 47 of 61
  47. 47. Agriculture hubs would offer several benefits to the different stakeholders in the value chain. Farmers would get multiple choices for marketing their produce apart from the traditional markets. They will realize the right value for their produce. This would be enabled through the assurance of the right price for right quality and correct weight. It would facilitate greater convenience for selling the farmers produce and the cash settlement would be faster as compared to the traditional markets. It would facilitate availability of better infrastructural facilities and reduce the wastage of the produce. There would be minimization of pre and post harvest losses, transit losses and storage losses. The buyers would also get benefitted in various ways. Graded and sorted produce would be available to the buyers. Produce in the requisite lot sizes would be available as a result of which transaction costs would be minimized by way avoiding collection/ purchase from a large number of sellers. Quality and hygienic produce would be available to them. Efficient logistics would minimize the wastages of the perishable produce. Thus to conclude, Secured Governance in Agriculture through establishing Agriculture Hubs will diversify and stabilize the economy in big way. It will help generate significant revenues in the region. It will generate local employment and business opportunities, while boosting development of infrastructure and increase property valuation. Secured governance in agriculture will create an environment which will motivate farmers, provide an interactive coupling between technology, economy and environment and provide a society for speedy development of food processing industries to build up a substantial base for production of value added agro food products for domestic and export markets. Implementation of Secured Governance in Agriculture will not only boost the overall growth and development of the sector but will sustain it over a considerable period of time. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   48 of 61
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  52. 52.   “Secured Governance for Education” Development of Education Infrastructures paving path for Multi- Sectoral Growth.   Education  system  in  India  has  grown  in  the  post‐independence  period  to  become  one  of  the  largest  systems  of  its  kind  in  the  world. During the last decade it has been experiencing a galloping  growth phase with major campuses mushrooming throughout the  country and offering varied courses. The higher education industry  boasting  of  student  enrollment  of  11  million  in  343  universities  and  17000  colleges,  offers  a  wide  spectrum  of  courses  that  are  recognized globally. Market size of Higher education in India has  gone up from 30000 crores in 2008 to 50,000 crores in 2012. Apart  from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses, there are  many training and diploma level institutes and polytechnics that cater to the growing demand  for skill‐ based and vocational education.    There is however a popular view point that the recent growth  of higher education system has been  sporadic and unplanned and cannot be relied on to provide a robust source of development. There is  also a concern1 that apart from financing and management there also problems associated with access  and  quality  of  higher  education  doled  out.  Even  the  National  Knowledge  Commission  has  called  for  reforming  governance  of  educational  institutions.  Governance  issues  in  higher  education  have  thus  emerged in to the forefront higher education.    We are in need of a system which provides a blue print  for extending the present concept of practical  governance to ensure a system of administration that is proactive, secured, transperent accountable  and responsive. A system which has to be centred on dynamic self response mechanism derived from  well defined linkages of the system and individuals who can take necessary action independently.    Secured Governance for Education – A Mantra for Prosperity through Knowledge Growth 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 defined “Educational Hub” along various  existing  educational  infrastructure  or  to  create  a  new  cluster/s  on  strategically defined locations that improves and develops the cluster   53 of 61
  53. 53.       as  a  who technolog various se “Techno Highways between  region,  Governan highway d subsidiary initiatives around  t regions.   Education developed Projects  centralize developm Hub/s  w structures Schools,  A Training  c makes  wa divided in Industrial  ,Power  Banking  Institutes, facilities  infrastruc Healthcar Sectors,  and many Secured  g Education character participat law,  tran responsiv ole  through  r gy and interd ectors of grow Economic s” defines an major  citie connecting  nce  Hubs  development y  sectors  wh s and develop he  multiple  n  Hubs  in  th d  on  a  Pri will  be  aw ed  selectio ment  of  a  de hich  will  in s  from  Prima Art,  Science  centers,  Spec ay  for  develo n various clus Faciliti and  Wate ,Education ,  Transpo an ctures  re,  Hospitali Retail  Marke y more).  governance  f n  has  maj istics  li tion,  rule  nsparency,  an veness, at eac egional  strat ependency a wth.   c Corridor n economic li es  or  devel various  Se contributing t and support ich  includes  pment plans i nodal  conne he  country  w ivate  Partne arded  throu n  process  efined  Educa clude  educa ary  and  Seco and  Comme cialty  Busines opment  of  a  sters which w es  er,  nal  ort  nd  ,  ity  et,  for  or  ke  of  nd  ch   F tegies,  mong  for nkage  loping  ecured  g  to  ted by  many  in and  ecting  will  be  ership.  ugh  a  for  tional  ational  ondary  erce  Schools, ss  Institutes secured  tow will include inf Figure 2:‐ T   Professiona Etc,.  Develop wnship  along  frastructures  Figure 1 :‐ TECHNO E l  courses,  Vo pment  of  Ed the  Hubs  in such as Resi Compone ECONOMIC ocational  Ins ucation  Hub    strategically dential comp ents for Ed C HUB FOR titutes,  Corp will  also  de y  defined  inte plexes, Officia ducation H R EDUCATIO porate  evelop  ervals  al and  HUB ON 54 of 61
  54. 54.     stage  of  its  operations  and  in  developing  a  robust  education  system  in  the  country.  With  improved  resource  allocation,  enhanced  governance,  Interdependency  among  sectors  and  transparency  in  the  system  going  hand  in  hand  with  development  and  effective  use  of  Information  Technology  and  Innovation  can  deliver  a  safer,  cleaner  and  more  accountable  delivery  of  self  sustaining  Education  infrastructure and services.     Any system of Governance has to address the distribution of authority and functions among the units  within large entity, the modes of communication and control among them. The Secured governance is  built on the basis of realistic characterization of the stakeholders and their reactions to situations and its  greater emphasis on prompt and often proactive response for resolution of incidents ensures stability  and security.  Moreover Secured Governance for Education also emphasis on the ability to create a system to deal  with the code of conduct of relationships between the entity and surrounding environment. In particular  emphasis is on providing action corridors between the education system with those controlling specific  education sector roles may it be private players, government, banking, industry or other sectors. A high  degree of technical integration and economic interdependence in modern societies will also increase  uncertainty where risk begins and end, and help them judiciously plan and be prepared for even minor  event and rings in the society participation in nation building process    The  concept  of  secured  governance  does  not  believe  that  dramatic  changes  can  be  achieved  only  through a revolution that requires upturning all the procedures evolved through years of efforts and  experience.  It  realizes  the  tools  for  bringing  about  effective  and  sustainable  changes  are  already  available  in  the  system.  They  can  be  made  more  effective  by  defining  linkages,  effective  response  mechanism  and  dynamic  feedback  systems.    Emphasis  is  placed  on  defining  relationship  between  sectors of growth, institutions and government to foster coordination and create an environment that  improves the system as a whole through regional strategies, technology and by taking cognizance of the  myriad of interdependencies.       55 of 61
  55. 55. Secured Governance – A holistic approach to infrastructural development Pilot Projects and Other Ongoing Initiatives 56 of 61
  56. 56. Secured Governance for Bhilwara’s Techno Economic Growth  – A Pilot Project  • This is 1st  set of Pilot proposal report being prepared and submitted to Urban Improvement Trust  (UIT),  Bhilwara  on  8th   March  2013,  for  development  of  Secured  Governance  Hub  along  with  development of 26 km of Highway development in the city of Bhilwara, Rajasthan. In the scope the  development authority in this case urban Improvement trust Bhilwara will get the development of 26  km Highway along with a Techno Economic Hub with all basic infrastructure and yield its returns  from value and valuation of Infrastructure within the span of 2‐3 years which gives infrastructure  with limited investment from the Government or Developing authority.      • By  implementing  Secured  Governance  for  Bhilwara,  Rajasthan  Highway  Development  project,  Infrastructural  development  will  get  a  major  boost  with  minimum  spending  from  the  UIT/Government. Wherein Private/Public sector developers will play a major role in development  and investment in Bhilwara Development Project and at the same time generating desired revenue  from the process for both private players and government.       • “Techno Economic Hubs” :‐ Development of a Primary economic sector for a defined region with  development of a residential Township for a population of 10,000, a dedicated Logistics/ Transport  Hub, Business Hub  ‐ Textiles, Minerals and IT , Education Hub, Healthcare Hub and Last but not the  least Tourism Hub ;‐ World‐class hotels and leisure facilities Eco‐friendly tour spots.      • Hub    which  includes  infrastructures  such  as  and  Industrial  Facilities  ,  Tourism,  Power  and  Water,  Educational  Institutes,  Transport  facilities,  Residential  complexes,  Official  and  infrastructures  ,Healthcare,  Hospitality  Sectors,  Retail  Market,  and  other  subsidiary  Sector.  “Techno  Economic  Corridor”  :‐  An  economic  linkage  between  major  cities  or  developing  region  connecting  various  Techno  Economic  Hubs  contributing  to  primary  sector and  supported  by  subsidiary  sectors  which  includes many initiatives and development plans in and around the two nodal connecting regions.       • Secured  Governance  for  Bhilwara  with  26  km  of  Highway  and  multi  sectoral  hub  will  seek  an  investment of INR 1,500 crores and sub sectors which could get over Rs. 4000 Crores of valuation  and retruns over period of 2‐3 years. Much of the investments would come from Private sector and  would have a spiraling effect on National Economy.     • Bhilwara district lies on the southeastern part of Rajasthan with a population of 2,410,459 (2011).  The district is recognized as the textile city of Rajasthan. A Geographical area of the district is about  10,500 sq Km and covers approx. 3.05% area of the State.       57 of 61
  57. 57. Secured Governance for Bhilwara  Secured Governance for Bhilwara will facilitate and provide equal opportunities for Private/public sector developers and Development Authority /Government to work together with a single window clearance system to achieve greater results to bring National progress with profitability to the participating organisations. Because of its pro-active character, urban plans are usually so-called multi-sector plans. This means that the plans contain a package of different interventions. Our proposed development seeks to transform the land into an organised township that will supply modern housing; that will offer land for productive commercial and industrial use with Educational and Healthcare facilities which will contribute to development of 26 Km Highway project and internal roads and other infrastructure in defined region for Secured Governance in Bhilwara. To help it keep pace with rapid urbanization; to generate economic investment and provide jobs and business opportunities. Total Value for Development of multi sectoral hub and Bhilwara Highway with Secured Governance will fall in the range of Approx INR 1500 Crores. Forward and backward linkages within the economy should also be strengthened, and unique opportunities for utilizing the by-products of different economic sectorsn will be created for beneficiation and value-addition, which will deliver Total Valuation returns from multi sectoral hub and Bhilwara Highway with Secured Governance of approx INR 4000 Crores spread across 2-3 years. Government will act as a facilitator for creating a conducive environment to private sectors developers where profitability comes at a rate of further scope for development interest and world class social infrastructure comes as by product. Government can facilitate favorable returns by ensuring lucrative floor space Index like 1:2 FSI or higher. This will facilitate quality social, economic and commercial Infrastructure. The developer partners can be local or international and may include businesses or investors with technical or financial expertise relevant to the project. Will acquire land for the development at the market value with minimal support from the government in land acquisition. Use it for commercial as well as government interest with mutually favorable floor space index and mutually agreed valuation share.  58 of 61
  58. 58. Bhilwara Master Plan Map Bhilwara Secured Governance Hub Declaration in the Bhilwara Master Plan by UIT. 59 of 61
  59. 59. MICRO TECH GLOBAL FOUNDATION Micro Tech Global Foundation is a, self sustaining organization which aims to come up with encouraging steps that helps in promoting , overall developments in the field of Education and Research, Sports, Culture and Philanthropy. MTGF has been working in developing Micro Security Technology and ensuring that Infrastructural development and Technological advancement must be harnessed to their best innovative approach towards security related issues with an eye to socio-economic development in the country. MTGF is working to take Technology for development of a robust country with various initiatives like Disaster Management Awareness Programme, Micro Premier League, Micro Innovation League, Elite Brigade, Micro Institute of Security Management etc. Members of Planning and Advisory committee for Secured Governance:- • Mr. N. Gopalaswami IAS (retd.) • Mr. A. R. Kale • Mr. V. Ranganathan IAS (retd.) • Mrs. Jayanti S • Mr. N. Vittal IAS (retd.) • Mr. S.S Motial ( retd Air Commodore,Ex- CMD ITI) • Mr. G. S. Gill IAS (retd.) Operational Team • Mr. Aneesh Suresh • Mr. Parag Sapra • Dr. R. Rajaram • Mrs. Sheetal A • Mr. Johnson Nadar • Mr. Tapas Kaul • Dr. D. Banerjee Micro Tech Global Foundation, Plot No. EL-225, TTC Industrial Area. MIDC, Mahape- Navi Mumbai – 400 709, E-mail: info@ microfoundation.net, Website: www.microfoundation.net
  60. 60. Mr. Jimmy Delshad Goodwill Ambassador and Former Mayor of Beverly Hills, California (USA) Mr. N. Gopalaswami, IAS (Retd) Former Chief Election Commissioner of India & Former Union Home Secretary Mr. K. L. Dhingra CMD, ITI & Vice Chairman - Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) Lt. Gen. S. Ravi Shankar (Retd) Former Director General Border Roads and Colonel Commandant The Corps of Engineers (BRO) It's a novel concept, not only for India but for the entire world. It will catch the attention of other economies soon. ‘Secured Governance’ - a revolutionary concept of development of Techno-economic Corridors can be a major catalyst in the overall growth of the nation. It was most notable to experience and understand contributions of Dr. P. Sekhar towards creation of a unique development mechanism “Secured Governance”. Secured Governance with Techno- Economic Corridor will help in boosting the economic growth not only for developing nations but will also help extensively in developed countries. For achieving faster pace of economic growth, policy decisions need to be taken. It is in this context, the idea of “Secured Governance” which Dr. P Sekhar and his team has been suggesting to various fora assumes greater significance,apart from Private Public Partnership this concept is unique as it places tremendous emphasis on third party to the entire venture, the society. Concept by : Dr. P. Sekhar Chairman, Micro Tech Global Foundation Dr. P. Sekhar, is a doctorate in Solid State Electronics and Nuclear Physics. He is backed by a team of eminent experts belonging to various fields who’ve played a significant role in establishing the ‘Secured Governance’ concept. He has also played a key role in developing growth centers for the nation in the form of Software Technology Zones, STPIs, Electronic Zones etc. He has authored over 40 books on national & global security. Words of Appreciation... “

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