GUJARAT HANDLOOMʹS SCHEMES 1. PUBLICITY & PROPAGANDA SCHEME FOR HANDLOOM APEX INSTITUTIONS: This scheme is for the Handloom Apex Institutions to boost up its selling by publicity & propaganda through participating in various fairs & exhibitions in state and in other state. Eligibility: • Handloom Apex Institutions • Cooperative Societies registered with Apex institutions • Individual Handloom Weaver registered with Handloom Corporation Financial Assistance: A. For participating in Handloom Exhibition/Fairs a. Within the state Rs.50000/Exhibition b. Other State Rs.70000/Exhibition B. Publicity & Propaganda Rs.50000/Annum C. For arranging Workshop or Seminar Rs.25000/Annum 2. HANDLOOM TRAINING CUM PRODUCTION CENTRE FOR TRIBAL WEAVERS: To provides Handloom Weaving training to scheduled tribe youth to create its interest in handloom weaving for generation of employment. After giving them training a cooperative society is to be form. Eligibility: • Scheduled Tribe youth lived in Tribal Area.(Minimum 25 trainees) • Registered Industrial Cooperative society/Trust/NGO • The site of the Centre must be in Traibal Area Financial Assistance: Sr.No. Perticulars Assistance( in Rupees) 1 Looms 25 × Rs.1800 45000 2 Gipsy Shed 30000
3 Stipend 25×6 month×Rs.125 18750 4 Salary for Skill Artisan for 6 month 3000 Total: 96750 CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT SCHEME The steering group formed by the State Government for preparing the Tenth Five Year Plan for the Cottage & Rural Industries sector recommended the scheme of Cluster Development in the year 2003‐2004. 65 clusters have been identified by the department. Reputed institutions such as National Institute of Design (NID) and National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) have been appointed as cluster development agents. The diagnostic survey work is completed in 20 Cluster. The inputs such as skill development, design and product development, improved tools and equipments, marketing assistance, publicity, export assistance, common facility center, artisans’ welfare schemes and margin money for working capital will be implemented in the clusters. Sr. Component Amount No. (a) Cluster Survey Rs.5.00 (b) Skill Upgradation Up to Rs.1.to 2.50 (c) Design & Product Development Up to Rs.5.00 lakh (d) M<modern Tools & Equipments As per Bankable scheme (e) Marketing Up to Rs.20.00lakh/cluster (f) Publicity Up to Rs. 5.00lakh/cluster (g) Export Up to Rs.10.00 lakh/cluster (h) Common Facility Centre Up to Rs.10.00lakh/cluster Welfare Health Package Rs200/‐ artisan for 5 year in which Rs.150/‐artisan (i) Group Insurance Rs.100/‐ artisan for 5 year in which Rs.60/‐ artisan . (j) Margin for working capital Rs.10000/‐ artisan maximum up to Rs.5.00 lakh (k) Manager Salary Rs.5000/‐ month for one year. for project of Rs.50.00 lakh 5% or Rs.50000/‐(l) Service Charges for project above Rs.50.00 lakh 5% or Rs.1.00 lakh to nodal agency
Other assistance are as per Govt. Resolution Interest Subsidy to SMEs Interest subsidy to SMEs for setting up new units for undertaking expansion , diversification and modernization existing units. Assistance in the form of interest subsidy @ 5% , limited to the maximum of 5 lac p.a. Interest subsidy for 5 years on term loan granted by financial institution / banks from the date of disbursement. Unit to pay minimum 5% interest , p.a. to financial institutions. Eligible Expenditure covers: New units being set up Expansion or diversification with investment of more than 50% of existing gross fixed capital investment. Modernization expenditure of more than 25% of investment in gross fixed asses and for following purpose – 1. new production process to achieve saving in power, pollution and improving productivity 2. Installing new equipment for adopting new technology 3. changing layout plan for improving production quality District Industry Centre (DIC) as nodal agencies for the scheme Assistance for Technology Upgradation a) Interest Subsidy Interest subsidy @ 3% p.a on loan taken for technology upgradation for SMEs in existing projects ; Maximum assistance of Rs 3 lakhs p.a. for 5 years Interest subsidy paid directly to bank / FI b) Technology Upgradation Fund Revolving fund not to exceed Rs 10 crore Technology acquired fund to be transferred to SMEs at reasonable prices c)Patent Registration Capital subsidy of 50% expenses incurred for patent registration , upto a maximum of Rs 5 lacs Patent received after Nov. 14, 2000 only to be considered
a) patent tracking constant vigilance mechanism to track patent being granted at the international level assistance to SMEs in filing patents b) Nodal Authority SSI application for technology upgradation to be filed with District Industry Centre Other application for technology upgradation and for patent registration to be filed with Industry Commisionerate Marketing Promotion and Development a) Common Branding and Marketing Fund All products manufactured by clusters to be promoted and marketed a common marketed brand Financial assistance upto Rs 10000 per unit to industry associations b) Participation in international trade fairs and exhibitions Financial assistance to Industries Association @ 50% 0f total rent of space booked at fair subject to maximum of Rs 5 lacs Space to be offered to industrial units at concessional rates Financial assistance to industrial units participation in international trade fairs upto Rs 2 lacs c) Sending product samles board Financial assistance upto Rs 50000to unit for sending product sample abroad d) Training programme outside India Participation in training programmes held for technology upgradation or quality improvement outside India Assistance covers 50%of participation fees , upto a maximum of Rs 50000 e) Setting up of Exhibition and Trade Centre 50% of the cost of land reimbursed for permanent exhibition cum – Convention Centre reimbursed , upto a maximum od Rs 1 lacs 25% of the cost of setting up a trade centre by Industry Associations reimbursed upto Rs 10 lacs (Build up area must be above 1000 sq. mtr )
Financial Assistence to Industrial parks Project Assistance Industrial park 20% of fixed capital investment in land , building and infrastructure facilities upto 100 lacs Mini industrial park 25% of the fixed capital investment, upto a maximum of Rs. 50 lacs Hi‐Tech Park @ 50% fixed capital investment upto 250 lacs Export Park @25% of fixed capital investment upto Rs 250 lacs Gujrat Industrial policy 2003 prioritizes infrastructural development of the state Eligible parties covers private Eligible investment covers industrial parks, mini industrial parks , high‐tech parks and export parks Exemption of stamp duty on purchase of land for developer of industrial parks 50% stamp duty on purchase of land for industrial unit in the park Committee for sanction of assistance chaired by Industries Commissioner Some Export Promotion Schemes related to Micro Small & Medium Industries Interest Subsidy Scheme Name of the Scheme Gujarat Industrial Policy 2003 Scheme of Interest subsidy to Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Government Resolution No : APN/ 102004/1161(2)/I Dated 10.06.2004 Operative Period ‐ 10.06.2004 to 09.06.2009
The Scheme Under Gujarat Industrial Policy, 2003, the State Government has placed emphasis towards development of small & Medium Enterprises and makes them globally competitive. The small & Medium Enterprises are the major contributor to the economy especially they have provided large employment opportunities. The state Government intents to give financial assistance to such industries on interest paid by them financial institute. Who will eligible to get the benefit ? Units which are registered as SSI or SSSBE with respective DIC or the unit registered under IDR Act 1951 amended from time to time with the Government of India and having investment in gross fixed asset (Land, Building, Plant and Machinery) not exceeding Rs.10 Crore are eligible to get benefit under this scheme for following 1. For establishing new Industries Unit which commence commercial production during operative period of the scheme. 2. Carry out expansion or diversification by existing SMEs with investment more then 50% in its existing gross fixed capital investment after expansion/diversification the unit should continues to satisfy definition of SME. 3. For Modernization of existing SME by investing more then 25% in its existing gross fixed capital investment for any of the purposes bellow. o For adopting new production process to achieve savings in Power, Pollution and improve productivity. o Installing new equipments, machineries etc., for adopting new technology or to make relevant change in the existing Plant and Machinery for the same purpose. o To change existing layout plan for improving quality of products. Note: Mere replacement of existing machineries will not be qualified as modernization. Assistance Available • Interest subsidy at the rate of 5% will be available on interest levied by the financial institution. However, unit will be required to pay minimum 5% interest per annum to the Financial Institutions. Accordingly, if the rate of interest is less than 10%, the interest subsidy shall be reduced to that extent. If the unit is availing benefit under Government of India, Scheme, total interest subsidy by Government of India & the State Government shall be granted in such a way that the unit shall have to bear minimum 5% interest on the loan. • Maximum financial assistance Rs. 5 Lakhs in a year and Rs. 25 Lakhs In 5 Years.
• Interest subsidy is given only on interest paid by the unit to the financial institutions. Penal interest or other charges will not be reimbursed. Check List For Sanction of interest subsidy unit will submitted following document along with prescribed application form. • Provisional/permanent registration certificate as SSI from DIC or IEM acknowledgment letter from SIA. • Loan sanction letter from financial institute (Approved by RBI) • Document of constitution. • Affidavit for local employment as prescribes in application format. For disbursement claim unit will have to submit following document • Prescribed certificate from financial institute. • GPCB Consent. • Detail of employment in manager/supervisor cadre and workers cadre. (Total employment and local employment ‐ them) • Copy of 1st sales bill. • Undertaking from unit that no Govt./Board/Corporation dues are pending for payment and that they have not filed any court case against Govt. of Gujarat. Procedure for sanction 1. The applicant unit has to apply with required documents as mentioned in check list to district industries centre of respective district. 2. On receipt of application DIC will scrutinize the application and quarry letter will be issued within 7 working days for in complete application. 3. On receipt of application along with all required documents, it will be scrutinized by DIC and General Manager will issue sanction/rejection letter within 10 working days.
Procedure for disbursement 1 After starting commercial production unit will apply to DIC for claim of interest subsidy. 2 On receipt of interest subsidy claim with all document mentioned in check list. The physical inspection will be carried out by DIC for the following purpose. • Whether unit has started commercial production or not? • Conditions of local employment are fulfilled or not? • Conditions of expansion/diversification/modernization are fulfilled or not? The above inspection will be completed within 15 working days and report will be submitted within working 10 days. • On receipt of Inspection Report, General Manager will issue disbursement/rejection letter within 10 working days. • After issuance of the disbursement letter. The interest subsidy will be disbursed within 10 working days subject to the availability of grant. Other Conditions 1. If the unit has availed term loan from more than one financial institution the unit will get benefit only for one Financial Institution/Bank which it selects. 2. The interest subsidy will be considered from the date of payment of first installment of term loan. 3. Disbursement will be made only after unit go into commercial production. 4. Interest subsidy will be given to the units which are paying regular installments and interest to the financial institutions. If the unit becomes defaulter, it will not get interest subsidy for the default period and such defaulting period will be deducted from 5 years period. 5. Unit will have to remain in production at least for 5 years from the commencement of commercial production. 6. Unit getting subsidy from other scheme of State Government or any other State Agency under any other scheme will not get interest subsidy under this scheme.
However, the unit receiving benefits under Government of India Scheme would be eligible to avail benefit under this scheme. 7. Unit will have to furnish information regarding production, employment etc., whenever asked by the Government. 8. Unit getting benefit under GBIFR scheme will not get incentive under this scheme. 9. If unit has any pending Government dues, it will not get assistance under this scheme unless it pays all such pending dues. For further information please contact Shri N.M.Trivedi Deputy Commissioner of Industries (Incentive) Phone No. 91‐079‐23252686, 23256672 Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Quality Certification Assistance Scheme Name of the Scheme Financial Assistance to SMEʹs for Quality Certification. Government Resolution No : APN/102003/1161(1)/I, Dated 10.06.2004 Operative Period : 10.06.2004 to 09.06.2009 The Scheme Gujarat Industrial Policy 2003 emphasis on quality upgradation in manufacturing industries. The Govt. of Gujarat recognizes the importance of this important factor and has therefore, decided to extend its scheme of quality upgradation to reimburse the expenses incurred for acquisition of quality certification by industrial units. Who will be eligible to get the benefit ? The Scheme is applicable to all SSI units which are registered as SSI/SSSBES with respective DICs or a medium or a large unit which has obtained approval under Industries (Development & Regulation) Act, 1951 as amended from time to time with respect to Industrial licensing policy.
Eligible Expenditure and quantum of assistance An eligible unit incurring expenditure for acquiring quality mark such as BSI, ISO 9000 series, ISO 14000 series and ISO 18000 series and other products specific quality mark such as WHO GMP, CE, HACCP and others as recognized by the Government will be entitled to avail financial assistance towards expenditure incurred. Check List The eligible unit will have to apply to concern DICʹs in prescribed format along with following document within one year the date of received of certificate. 1. Copy of SSI registration/IEM acknowledgment. 2. Copy of Quality certificate 3. C. A Certificate for expenditure 4. expenditure statement 5. Letter from certificate agency for recommendation of in instrument purchased. 6. Undertaking from unit that no Govt./Board/Corporation dues are pending for payment and that they have not filed any court case against Govt. of Gujarat. Procedure 1. The unit will have to apply to concern DICʹs in prescribed format for assistance along with document as mentioned in check list with one year from the date of receipt of quality certificate. 2. On receipt of application with all details DIC will carryout inspection for verification of document and eligible expenditure as prescribed in G. R. The inspection will be completed within 15 working days. 3. DIC GM will scrutiny the inspection report and will sanction /reject the application within 10 days After issuance of sanction letter payment will be made within 10 days subject to availability of grant. For further information please contact Shri N.M.Trivedi Deputy Commissioner of Industries (Incentive) Phone No. 91‐079‐23252686, 23256672 Email Address: email@example.com
Assistance For Technology Upgradation Name of the Scheme Scheme for Assistance to Technology up gradation 3 % Interest subsidy on Term Loan Government Resolution No : APN/102003/1161 (4) /I Dated 10/6/2004 Operative Period : 10.06.2004 to 09.06.2009 The Scheme In the present environment of globalization, Industrial units are required to face competition both internal as well external. They have to continuously upgrade technology and modernize their plants. To make SMEʹs globalize Competition State Govt. has introduce this scheme to assist such units for technology up gradation. Who will be eligible Any SSI unit having Permanent SSI registration with DIC or any medium and large industrial unit having approval under IDR Act having investment in gross fixed assets covering land, building and plant and machinery not exceeding Rs. 10 crore. Assistance Available Financial assistance in the form of interest subsidy @ 3 % per annum will be provided on term loan received from financial Institutions/banks towards purchase of equipments necessary for technology upgradation . The period of assistance will be for five years subject to maximum of Rs. 3 lacs per year. .Check List Unit along with prescribed application will submit following documents. 1. Loan Sanction letter 2. SSI registration copy / IEM acknowledge copy 3. Documents of Constitution of unit 4. Affidavit as prescribed in application form 5. Detailed Project report for technology upgradation. 6. Undertaking from unit that no Govt./Board/Corporation dues are pending for payment and that they have not filed any court case against Govt. of Gujarat.
Procedure 1. The unit will have to apply in prescribed format along with required documents as mentioned in Check list to Industries Commissioner office. 2. On receipt of complete application along with all required documents. I. C. office will scrutinize the application and will put up before State Level Committee within 15 days or will write to unit for missing details if any within 10 days. 3. State Level Committee will reject/approve the proposal on merit. The unit as well as DIC will be informed the SLC decision within 10 days. 4. The unit will submit following documents to DIC for disbursement. o Loan Sanctioned letter. o Loan disbursement letter o Prescribed Certificate from financial institute for interest payment (Click here) o Affidavit as prescribed in application form. o 1st Sale bill after completion of technology upgradation o GPCB Consent 5. The receipt of above document DIC within 15 days will verify above documents and will also carry out inspection to see that machineries for TUF are installed and run satisfactory. DIC will also verify local employment criteria. 6. After receipt of satisfactory report, DIC will issue Disbursement letter to the unit within 10 days. After issuance of Disbursement letter unit will be paid claim within 10 days subject to availability of grant. 7. Unit will submit claim of interest subsidy even six months after completion of TUF. Please contact officer for further information, if required Shri N.M.Trivedi Deputy Commissioner of Industries (Incentive) Phone No. 91‐079‐23252686, 23256672 Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Market Promotion & Development Scheme Name of the Scheme Assistance for Market Promotion & Development
G. R. No Government of Gujarat, Industries & Mine Department, Resolution No.APN/102003/1161(3)/I, dtd. 10th June 2004. Operating Period : From dtd: 10/06/2004 to till further orders. Objectives of the Scheme : To encourage market development and provide assistance to industrial unit to tap global market. Who is eligible to get this benefit ? • Any Industrial unit of the State for 1. Participation in Exhibition Abroad 2. Assistance for sending product sample abroad 3. Participation in Seminar Abroad • Industries association for o Participation in International Trade Fairs in Gujarat Pavilion. o Common Branding and Marketing Fund. o Setting up of Permanent Exhibition‐cum‐Conventional Center. o Setting up Trade Center. Assistance available: Participation in Exhibition Abroad Maximum Rs. 2 lakhs for covering cost of Stall/Space rent and expenditure towards printing of product catalogue, display materials etc. Assistance for sending product sample abroad Financial assistance to Industrial units up to a maximum of Rs. 50,000 for sending product samples abroad for approval by the prospective buyers for unit entering first time in the export market. Participation in Seminar Abroad 50% of the cost of participation fees subject to Rs. 50,000. Participation in International Trade Fairs in Gujarat Pavilion
50% of the total rent of the space booked, maximum Rs. 5 lakhs. Common Branding and Marketing Fund Rs. 10,000 per unit as one time grant to promote the brand name. Permanent Exhibition‐cum‐Conventional Center Reimbursement of the cost of land at the rate of 50% of the total cost subject to a limit of Rs. 1 crore per center. Trade Center Assistance at the rate of 25% of project cost subject to maximum Rs. 10 lakh. The built up area must be 1000 Sq .mt. and above. Procedure for sanction 1. Unit has to apply within the six months from the date of participation in trade fair. 2. Scrutiny of the application according to the check list, within 10 working days of receipt of the application. 3. Agenda to be prepared within 10 working days after the scrutiny of the application. 4. Issue of sanction order within 7 working days after approval of the minutes of the meeting of the State Level Approval Committee. Procedure for disbursement Disbursement of the amount as per the decision of the committee, within 15 days after receipt of approval of the Industries & Mine Department and subject to the availability of the fund. Contact officer for further details /query Name : Shri G. I. Desai Designation: Deputy Industries Commissioner (CSPO) Phone No. : + 91 079 23252592 E‐mail : email@example.com Credit Linked Name of the Scheme Credit Linked 10% Capital Subsidy for plant and machinery of Technical / Industrial Textile. Government Resolution
Industries and Mines Department, Government of Gujarat Resolution No. : TEX‐10‐2006‐1161‐T, dated 20‐01‐2007 Operative Period of the Scheme : From 20‐01‐2007 to 19‐01‐2012 Abstract of the Scheme : Technical Textile are defined as textile materials and products used primarily for their technical performance and functional properties rather than their aesthetic or decorative characteristics. Other terms used for defining technical textile include industrial textile, functional textile, performance textile, engineering textile and high‐tech textile. Depending on the product characteristics, functional requirements and end‐use applications, the highly diversified range of technical textiles have been grouped into 13 sectors application wise. Who is eligible to get the benefit : A Micro, Small, Medium or Large enterprise is eligible. This scheme is applicable both for existing units for expansion / up‐gradation or for a new unit in this field. The following enterprises, whether proprietorship, Hindu undivided family, association of persons, co‐operative society, partnership or undertaking of any other legal entity, by whatever name called engaged in the manufacture or production of goods are defined as, 1. A Micro enterprise, where the investment in plant and machinery does not exceed Rupees Twenty Five Lakh. 2. A Small enterprise, where the investment in plant and machinery is more than Rupees Twenty Five Lakh but does not exceed Rupees Five Crore. 3. A Medium enterprise, where the investment in plant and machinery is more than Rupees Five Crore but does not exceed Rupees Ten Crore 4. A Large enterprise, where the investment in plant and machinery is more than Rupees Ten Crore. 5. An entrepreneur who intents to set up a new Micro, Small or Medium enterprise has to file Entrepreneurs Memorandum Part‐I with the respective District Industries Centre. And, after going in to production, the entrepreneur has to file Entrepreneurs Memorandum Part‐II with the respective District Industries Centre.
6. Large enterprise must have Industrial Entrepreneurs Memorandum Acknowledgement / Letter of Intent / 100% Export Oriented Unit registration from Secretariat for Industrial Assistance, Department of Industrial Policy and Resolution, Ministry of Industry, Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi. Under the scheme, activities pertaining to all 13 areas and listed machinery of Technical Textiles under Textile Up‐gradation Fund Scheme of Ministry of Textiles, Government of India will be eligible to get benefit. However, addition of new technology over and above the specified list may be considered by the Committee from time to time and case to case after taking expert opinion from Ahmedabad Textile Industryʹs Research Association, Ahmedabad / Synthetic & Art Silk Mills Research Association, Surat / Man Made Textile Research Association, Surat or any other technical institution to be decided by State Level Committee from time to time. Assistance Available : 10% subsidy on purchase of plant and machinery of Technical Textiles The maximum subsidy amount will be Rs.100 lakhs paid only once for existing units for expansion / up‐gradation or for a new unit. Procedure for Sanction and Disbursement : 1. The Industrial Unit shall apply in prescribed application form along with the required documents as per checklist to the respective District Industries Centre. District Industries Centre will scrutinize the application form and documents. Completed application form along with documents shall be forwarded by District Industries Centre to Textile branch of Industries Commissionerate, Gandhinagar and for incomplete application form / documents, District Industries Centre shall write to concerned unit to complete the application form/ documents. (Time limit : 7 working days) 2. On receipt of completed application form, Textile branch of Industries Commissionerate, Gandhinagar shall prepare the agenda and put before State Level Committee for approval. (Time limit : 15 working days) 3. Textile branch of Industries Commissionerate, Gandhinagar shall issue sanction letter to the unit and respective District Industries Centre. (Time limit : 7 working days) 4. For getting disbursement of subsidy, the unit shall apply on their letter‐head and submit the following documents to respective District Industries Centre. o Consent order from Gujarat Pollution Control Board. o Copy of first Sale Bill.
o Production and Sales (From date of production to date of claim of subsidy). o Letter of approval from Industries Commissionerate. o Expenditure statement for plant & machinery. o Chartered Accountant Certificate. 5. On receipt of application for disbursement of subsidy from unit, District Industries Centre shall verify whether the documents as enumerated above are submitted or not. If not, District Industries Centre shall write to unit to fulfill the documents / query. (Time limit : 7 working days) 6. On receipt of completed application form for disbursement of subsidy, District Industries Centre shall visit the unit and verify whether, o Local employment criteria is fulfilled or not ? o Plant and machineries have been installed and production has started ? o Production and sales details. 7. On receipt of verification report from District Industries Centre, Textile branch of Industries Commissionerate shall prepare the agenda and put up before State Level Committee for approval. (Time limit : 15 working days) Procedure for Disbursement : 1. Textile branch of Industries Commissionerate shall issue disbursement order for the proposal approved by the State Level Committee to Account branch of Industries Commissionerate. (Time limit : 10 working days) 2. Account branch of Industries Commissionerate shall prepare the bill and present it before Treasury and issue cheque subject to availability of grant. (Time limit : 10 working days) Contact Officer for further Details / Query : Name : Shri R. V. Bhatia Designation : Deputy Commissioner Phone No.(Office) : +91 79 23252594 E‐mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Subsidy Scheme for Medium & Large Industries Name of the Scheme Subsidy Scheme for Medium & Large Industries. GR No & Date: APN‐102000‐17 (6)‐I dated: 14/11/2000 Operative Period of scheme: 14‐11‐2000 till further order. Objective : To compensate in the infrastructure cost incurred in setting up Medium & Large project in the rural area. Eligible Institutions: New Medium & Large Industries having acknowledgement of IEM or registration of LOI / LOP issued by GoI. Quantum of Assistance: • 25 % of eligible investment towards infrastructure cost covering Land Cost, Power Transmission Line and cost of Approach Road connecting to the Project, maximum to Rs. 100 lacs. • However, if the project is a part of rural linkage, the maximum ceiling is Rs. 250 lacs. For Registration: • Application in prescribed format. • Constitution of applicant Unit. • Acknowledgement of IEM or registration of LOI / LOP issued by GoI. • GPCB NOC. For sanction of subsidy: • Project Report. • Loan sanction letter. • Land sale deed and Index. • N. A. Permission • Lay out plan approved by competent authority showing the built up area. • Detailed expenditure statements.
• C. A. Certificate. • Chartered Civil Engineer certificate (applicable to claim for Approach Road). • GPCB consent. • Details of local employment. • Undertaking from unit that no Govt./Board/ Corporation dues are pending for payment and that they have not filed any court case against Govt. of Gujarat. Procedure for sanction of assistance. 1. For Registration: o Scrutiny of application received in prescribed format as per checklist. o Registration letter under the scheme is to be issued within 15 days from the date of application. 2. For Sanction and Disbursement of subsidy: o Application on letterhead for claiming subsidy along with requisite information as per checklist to be submitted to Industries Commissionerate endorsing copy to concerned DIC. o The team headed by GM DIC will inspect the site and submit report for eligible investment incurred under the scheme within 21 days from receipt of the application. o Agenda to be prepared for approval of State Level Approval Committee within 21 days from receipt of Asset Verification Report. o Sanction letter will be issued within 10 days from the date of approval. o Agreement will be executed between Unit & GM DIC within 21 days from the date of sanction letter. o Pay order will be issued within 10 days from receipt of copy of registered agreement deed. o Simultaneously, Grant Allocation Order will also be issued subject to availability of Grant. o On receipt of grant and pay order, bill will be lodged with treasury office by the concerned DIC within 7 days. Other conditions • The project should remain in production continuously for 5 year after commencement of the production. • The criteria for local employment should be maintained. Please contact officer for further information, if required Shri N.M.Trivedi Deputy Commissioner of Industries (Incentive)
Phone No. 91‐079‐23252686, 23256672 Email Address: email@example.com Gujarat State Export Award Scheme Name of the Scheme Export Awards to outstanding exporters of the State G. R. No Government of Gujarat, Industries & Mine Department, 1. Resolution No.GEC/1177/5936‐P, dtd. 5th July 2006. 2. Resolution No.GEC/1177/5936‐P, dtd. 24th Jan 2008. Operating Period : Every year Objectives of the Scheme : To encourage manufacturing units of the State towards boosting exports. Who is eligible to get the Export Award? • Exporters from Medium and Large Scale Industries) • Exporter from Small Scale/Cottage/Rural Industries) • Merchant Exporters 1. Up to Rs. 10 crs. 2. Above Rs. 10 crs. To Rs. 50 crs. 3. Above Rs. 50 crs. • However, if the project is a part of rural linkage, the maximum ceiling is Rs. 250 lacs. • Recognized Export House • 100% Export Oriented Unit • Woman Entrepreneur Exporter • S. C. Entrepreneur Exporter
• S. T. Entrepreneur Exporter No. of Shields and Trophies: • 2 Shields, one each in case of Export House and 100 % EOUʹs. • 23 Trophies one each in rest groups. Procedure for sanction 1. Exporters from any of the above category need to apply to District Industries Center within the stipulated date as mentioned in the advertisement to be published in the news papers every year. 2. Scrutiny of the application according to the check list, within 30 working days. 3. Agenda to be prepared within 20 working days after scrutiny of the applications for approval by the State Level Approval Committee. 4. The State Level Approval Committee is to decide for Export Award function to give Awards. Other Conditions • The Industrial unit who has been awarded under the scheme, will not be eligible for next two years. • The Award for group commodities will be distributed every alternate year. Contact officer for further details /query Name : Shri G. I. Desai Designation: Deputy Industries Commissioner (CSPO) Phone No. : + 91 079 23252592 E‐mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Creating Technology Acquisition Fund Name of the Scheme Scheme Creating Technology Acquisition Fund Government Resolution No. APN/102003/1161 (4) /I Dated 10/6/2004 Operative Period 10/6/2004 to 9/6/2009
The Scheme The State Government intends to create a cell in Industries Commissionerate to acquire appropriate technologies in different sector for identified products. Technology in turn can be transferred to small/medium industrial unit. For Whom For the group of SMEs in the same type of manufacturing activity appropriate technology will be acquired by the above cell and will be transferred to the members of that group. Total fund spent for technology Acquisition will be recovered from participating units. Procedure • Group of Industries will identify appropriate technology. • The group will send proposal to Industries Commissionrate for acquiring that technology. • State Level Committee will decide on suitability of that technology & decide whether to acquire or not the technology. • Technology acquired will be transferred to member units. • Proportionate amount will be recovered from member units. Contact officer for further details/quarry: Shri N.M.Trivedi Deputy Commissioner of Industries (Incentive) Phone No. 91‐079‐23252686, 23256672 Email Address: email@example.com Financial Assistance to Industrial Parks Name of the Scheme Financial Assistance to Industrial Parks GR No & Date : No: APN/102003/1161(7)/I dated: 10/06/2004 Validity of scheme:10.06.2004 to 09.06.2009
Objective To encourage participation of private sector for setting up Small Estates and Specialized Industrial Parks. Eligible Institutions Any Industry association / industrial house or institution registered under Societies Act, Partnership Act or the Companies Act. Quantum of Assistance • Industrial Park : 20 % of fixed capital investment up to maximum of Rs.100 laces. • Mini Industrial Park : 25 % of fixed capital investment up to maximum of Rs.50 laces. • Hi‐tech Park : 50% of fixed capital investment up to maximum of Rs.250 laces. • Export Park : 25 % of fixed capital investment up to maximum of Rs.250 laces. • The Developer of the Industrial Park will be eligible for exemption on payment of stamp duty on purchase of land. • The industrial Units in the Park will be required to pay stamp duty @ 50% of duty. For Sanction of Subsidy 1. In‐principle approval : o Application in prescribed format. o Constitution of Applicant Company / Institution. o Project Report. o Annual Report of the promoter Company / Institution. o Acknowledgement under Industrial Park Scheme of GoI o Layout plan of Industrial Park. 2. Formal approval : o Detailed Expenditure statements.
o C. A. Certificate on investment in the Park. o Chartered Engineer Certificate. o GPCB / MoEF Clearance, if required. Procedure for sanction of assistance. In‐principle approval to Industrial Park: • Scrutiny of application submitted in prescribed format as per checklist with in 5 days. • Developer is to be called for presentation within 15 days from receipt of compliances. • To be prepared agenda for approval of State Level Approval Committee within 15 days after presentation. • In‐principle approval letter to be issued within 10 days from the date of approval. Formal approval to Industrial Park: • Developer to submit application on letterhead alongwith all information as per checklist on completion of development of Park endorsing copy to concerned DIC. • The team headed by GM DIC will inspect the site and submit report for eligible investment incurred under the scheme within 30 days from receipt of the application. • Agenda to be prepared for approval of State Level Approval Committee within 20 days on receipt of verification report. • A formal approval letter will be issued within 10 days from approval. • Agreement will be executed between Developer & GM DIC within 20 days from the date of formal approval letter. • Pay order will be issued within 10 days from receipt of copy of registered agreement deed. • Simultaneously, Grant Allocation Order will also be issued subject to availability of Grant. • On receipt of grant and pay order, bill will be lodged with treasury office by the concerned DIC within 7 days.
Other Conditions 1. The Industrial Park is required to get registration under Industrial Park scheme of GoI. 2. Industrial Park must have provision for the location of minimum 30 industrial / service units, while Mini Industrial Park have to locate minimum 11 industrial / service units. 3. Industrial Park is required to have minimum infrastructure facilities required for the park, namely internal roads, water distribution network, drainage treatment, effluent treatment, power distribution network, communication network and other facilities. 4. The Industrial Park must have minimum 50 % investment in infrastructure facilities excluding construction of sheds. 5. Infrastructure facilities in Industrial Park will be developed Minimum area to be allocated for industrial Units shall not be less than 50% of the total allocable area. 6. The Developer who availed the incentives under this scheme is not entitled to avail the incentive under any other schemes of the State. However, the units in Industrial Park can avail the incentive under any other schemes of the State. 7. The promoters of Industrial Park have to manage operation of the Park for minimum 5 years after completion. Please contact officer for further information, if required Mr. M. Y. Daxini Jt. Commissioner of Industries (Infra) Phone: +91 79 23252600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Industrial promotion Development Scheme Name of the Scheme For Organizing Exhibitions, Seminars by Chambers and Industries associations. G. R. No Government of Gujarat, Industries & Mine Department, Resolution No.EHB/1182/4600/Ch, dtd: 24th October 1986.
Operative Period : Till further orders Objectives of the Scheme : To encourage Chambers, Industries associations of the State for organizing Exhibitions, Buyer‐seller meet, Seminars etc to promote industrial development in the state. Who is eligible to get the benefit ? Chambers, Industries associations of the State. Assistance available: • Depending on the programmeʹs proposal and with budgetary allocation as decided by the State Level Approval Committee. • Up to Rs. 3 lakhs only one time assistance in a year, to the regional and local industries association, if participated by State Govt. or Board‐Corporation of the State • If exhibition is organized by State or National level body of industries, the assistance may be granted up to Rs. 10 lakhs only one time assistance in a year Check List • Application in the prescribed format • Proposal in detail • Registration detail of the institution Procedure for sanction 1. Scrutiny of the application according to the check list, within 10 working days of receipt of the application. 2. Agenda to be prepared within 10 working days after the scrutiny of the application. 3. Issue of sanction order within 7 working days after approval of the minutes of the meeting of the State Level Approval Committee.
Procedure for disbursement Disbursement of the amount as per the decision of the committee, within 15 days after receipt of claim by the applicant and subject to the availability of the fund. Contact officer for further details /query Name : Shri H.D.Shrimali Designation: Joint Industries Commissioner (SSI) Phone No. : + 91 079 23252654 E‐mail : email@example.com Schemes initiated by APEDA in Gujrat To facilitate the exporters of Gujarat to take the benefit of APEDAʹs wide range of schemes, its virtual office has been started at GAIC Ahmedabad. The exporters can contact us to know about the schemes, how to apply and the status of their application. Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA)‐Under the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India. APEDA has a number of financial assistance schemes 1. For feasibility studies, surveys, 50% to 100% of the cost subject to ceiling of consultancy & data base up‐gradation Rs 2 lacs to RS 10 lacs 2. For infrastructure development, such as 25% to 50% of the cost subject to a ceiling of purchase of specialized transport units for RS 2.50 to 5 lacs per beneficiary meat, horticulture and floriculture sector, packaging material, sheds for intermediate storage & grading, fumigation etc. 3. Scheme for export promotion and 40% to 100% of the cost subject to specific market development, including supply of ceilings. samples, literature, buyer‐seller meet, exhibitions abroad etc. 4. Scheme for packaging development 50% or RS 5 lacs of cost of development including standards and design for domestic
and export markets. 5. Scheme for assistance to promote 50% of the cost subject to a ceiling of RS 2 quality and quality control lacs per beneficiary. Horticulture National Horticulture Board, Government of India(NHB) has its Gujarat office at APMC, Jamalpur, Ahmedabad. It provides a plethora of incentives for establishing of infrastructure and facilitate development of horticulture National Horticulture Board (NHB) Schemes 1. Development of commercial Back‐ended subsidy varies from 20 % of the horticulture through production and post project cost with a maximum of Rs 25 lacs.. harvest management The NHB schemes are varied and depend upon whether the project is production/ processing/ marketing related and range from bee‐keeping to Bio‐technology, horticulture covering a vast spectrum of components ( such as herbs, aromatic, medicinal plants, biotechnology tissue culture, bio pesticides, organic foods, pre‐cooling units cool stores, reefer vans, containers, retail outlets, auction, platform, Horticulture ancillary units etc) 2. Capital investment subsidy for In collaboration with NABARD& NCDC construction/ modernization/ expansion of projects up‐to 5000 MT capacity and not cold storage and other storages for exceeding RS 2 crore with 25% promoterʹs horticulture produce. contribution, 50% term loan & 25% capital investment subsidy. 3. Technology development and transfer. 100 %financial assistance up‐to RS 10 lacs/ This includes introduction of new project for production related and RS 25 lacs technologies, expert services from abroad, to R&D efforts and actual/ limited seminars, study tours etc. reimbursement of expenses.
4. Establishment of nutritional gardens in RS 250 fee per minikit per family rural areas. Distribution of fruit plant & vegetable seeds in minikits etc. 5. Market Information service for 100% financial assistance Horticulture crops. Information of wholesale prices, arrivals ,trends . 6. Horticulture promotion service. 100% financial assistance and studies Techno‐economic feasibility studies, develop through professional consultants. strategies etc.