Gujarat Industrial Policy 2009,     Incentive Schemes                  Presentation                       by              ...
Gujarat-Industry ProfileGross State Domestic Product (2007-08) at constant   Rs. 2,13,674 Crore1999-00 pricesManufacturing...
Gujarat : Industry Sectors Sector                       Production      % Share in                                        ...
Gujarat Industrial Policy 2009  Vision  — Gujarat aspire to become a beacon of comprehensive social and economic developme...
Assistance to Micro Small and MediumEnterprises§   Interest Subsidy     ü All MSMEs are eligible for setting of new unit a...
Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises §   Technology Acquisition Fund      ü   Assistance for technology acquis...
Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises §   Market Development Support      ü Assistance to MSME for packaging de...
Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises §   Support for Ancillary/ Vendor Development      ü Assistance   @ 20% o...
Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises §   Cluster Development      ü   Comprehensive support to strengthen clus...
Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises §   Rehabilitation of Sick Units      ü    Registered Experts in the fiel...
Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises §   Awards to best MSMEs      ü    Award in the form of Rs. 1 lakh cash a...
Assistance to Textiles and apparels §   Interest Subsidy      ü Credit linked Interest Subsidy to units in Spinning, Weavi...
Assistance to Textiles and apparels §   Apparel Training Institutions and Trainees        ü Assistance for setting up new ...
Assistance to Textiles and apparels §   Textile & Apparel Park      ü Support to private developer for setting up Apparel ...
Assistance to Gems & Jewellery Sector §   Interest Subsidy     ü Interest subsidy @ 3% per annum, maximum Rs.15 lakhs per ...
Assistance to Gems & Jewellery Sector §   Jewellery Park      ü Support to provide development for setting jewellery park ...
Improving Industrial Infrastructure §   Assistance to Critical infrastructure Projects      ü Assistance to be considered ...
Enhancement of Technical Competence and Man Power§   State Level Anchor Institute     ü Assistance to State Level Anchor I...
Assistance for Technical Competence and Man Power §   Extension Training Centres     ü Financial assistance for setting up...
Assistance for Environment Protection Measures –MSMEUnits § Scheme 1 Assistance Environment Management to MSMEs     üAssis...
Assistance for Environment Protection Measures –MSMEUnits §   Scheme 2 Assistance for encouraging green practices and Envi...
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Gujarat industrial policy 2009

  1. 1. Gujarat Industrial Policy 2009, Incentive Schemes Presentation by H. D. Shrimali Additional Industries Commissioner Extn.) Industries Commissionerate Government of Gujarat Udyog Bhavan Gandhinagar 28th August 2010 1
  2. 2. Gujarat-Industry ProfileGross State Domestic Product (2007-08) at constant Rs. 2,13,674 Crore1999-00 pricesManufacturing Sector Rs. 64,052 Cr.Share in GSDP 30 %Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Over 3,33,000Large Industries Over 800ASI 2006-07 Results•Factories 14,327 (10% share in India)•Employment 9.83 lakhs(9.5% share in India)•Fixed Capital Investment Rs. 1,31,624 cr. (18.4% share in India )•Industrial Production Rs. 3,71,685 cr. (15.4% share in India )•Value Addition Rs. 47,085 cr. (11.9% share in India)Exports(2006-07) 19.2% share in IndiaAverage Annual Growth Rate (2002-2007) 12.6%
  3. 3. Gujarat : Industry Sectors Sector Production % Share in Gujarat % Share in India (In Rs. Cr.) Refined Petroleum Products 109132 29.4 29.1 Chemicals & Pharma 75658 20.4 27.6 Engineering Industries 48327 13.0 8.2 Food & Beverages 30732 8.3 10.6 Metallurgical Industries 41720 11.2 11.9 Textiles & Apparel 22662 6.1 11.4 Mineral Based Industries 9050 2.4 12.2 Rubber & Plastic Prod. 5354 1.4 8.1 Paper & Paper Products 3619 1.0 13.1 All Industry 3,71,684 100 15.4 As per ASI-2006-07 data
  4. 4. Gujarat Industrial Policy 2009 Vision — Gujarat aspire to become a beacon of comprehensive social and economic development Objectives — Investments : SIRs, PPP approach for Infrastructure, Mega Projects, Innovative projects, Port led development, Logistics — Employment Opportunity : MSME, Focus sectors, Human resources, Youth, Women and first gen. entrepreneurs. — Quality : Research and Development, Innovation, Quality of products, Environment — Investors Facilitation : Investor Portal, Monitoring of Projects Schemes — Assistance to MSMEs — Assistance to Textiles & Apparels — Assistance to Gems & Jewellery Sector — Improving Industrial Infrastructure — Enhancement of Technical competence and Manpower — Assistance for Environment Protection Measures and Infrastructure — Assistance for Environment Protection Measures-MSME units — Assistance to Mega /Innovative Projects — Scheme for relief to the Sick Industrial Units 4
  5. 5. Assistance to Micro Small and MediumEnterprises§ Interest Subsidy ü All MSMEs are eligible for setting of new unit and existing unit for expansion, diversification or modernisation. ü Graded interest subsidy, @7% for micro enterprises and @ 5% for Small & Medium enterprises. ü 1% additional interest subsidy to youth having less than 35 years of age in case of first project. Woman entrepreneurs accorded priority. ü Maximum amount Rs. 25 lakhs per annum, for five years period.§ Venture capital ü Venture capital assistance through Banks/FIs for projects adopting innovative technology such as Technical textile, Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Bio-Technology etc.. ü Funds to be provided to Banks/FIs up to Max Rs. 10 cr. during the operative period of the scheme.§ Quality Certification ü Assistance for maximum 3 quality certifications @ 50% of expenditure subject to overall ceiling of Rs. 6 lakhs in five years ü Expenditure includes fees charged by certification agencies, cost of testing equipments, calibration charges, consulting fees and training charges.§ Skill Enhancement ü Reimbursement @50% of fees, subject to maximum of Rs. 5000/ per person for a min. one week training for skill upgradation conducted by institutions suggested by Anchor Institute or specialised institutions in a specific sector for a minimum batch size of 25 trainees.. 5
  6. 6. Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises § Technology Acquisition Fund ü Assistance for technology acquisition in any form for group of at least 10 MSMEs, by way of 50% grant, subject to max. Rs. 1 Cr/ technology including royalty payments for first 2 yrs § Support to R&D Institutions ü Assistance to R&D institutions for testing facilities, incubation centre as well as setting up of new R&D Centre, upto 60% of the project cost excluding land and building cost. ü Assistance for Contract/ Sponsored research work from Industrial units/Industry Association through recognised R&D institutions / AICTE approved technical colleges, @50% of project cost with a ceiling of Rs. 50 lakh. § Patent Assistance ü Assistance @ 50%. subject to max. Rs. 10 lakhs towards necessary expenditure for obtaining domestic patents and Rs. 25 lakhs for obtaining international patents subject to maximum 5 patents per unit over a period of 5 years § Energy and water conservation ü Reimbursement @ 50% of cost of energy/ water audit with a max. of Rs. 25,000/- unit ü In addition, assistance of 20% of cost of equipments subject to max. Rs. 10 lakh in a project . 6
  7. 7. Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises § Market Development Support ü Assistance to MSME for packaging design from recognised institutions, @ 50%; of the cost, subject to maximum Rs. 2 lakh once in a period of five years. ü Assistance to MSME for participation in International Trade Fair outside India @ 50% of cost of rent, literature & display material subject to maximum Rs. 2 lakhs. ü Assistance to Industries Associations (min. 5 units) for participation in international trade fairs as Gujarat Pavilion outside India @ 50% of total rent subject to max Rs.10 lakh ü Viability Gap Support to industry associations for organizing national seminars/ exhibition in Gujarat (max. Rs. 4 Lacs) and int. seminars/ exhibitions in Gujarat (max. Rs 8 Lacs) ü Assistance to industry associations for setting up Convention/ Trade centre @ 50% of project cost excluding land, max Rs. 5 Cr. once in a period of five years. § Support for Ancillary/ Vendor Development ü Support to Vendor development on PPP model wherein Parent unit to contribute min. 5% for prototype/ new product development besides technical support and commitment for procurement guarantee for 3 yrs. ü Vendor unit will be eligible for interest subsidy as per scheme. 7
  8. 8. Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises § Support for Ancillary/ Vendor Development ü Assistance @ 20% of infrastructure cost excluding land cost, max Rs. 1 Cr. to parent unit for development of industrial park ü New or existing Medium/large unit as Parent unit to support min. 10 vendor units for a new product/prototype development. § Support to Auxiliary industries for value addition ü Large units producing raw materials and promoting auxiliary MSME units to be encouraged to develop industrial park for accommodating min. 20 units. ü Assistance @ 20% of infrastructure cost excluding land cost subject to max. Rs. 1 Cr. § Cluster Development ü Anchor units, nodal institutions and/ or industry associations to take up the cluster program in PPP mode. 8
  9. 9. Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises § Cluster Development ü Comprehensive support to strengthen cluster units in a programme covering product design, technology upgradation, quality improvement, energy and water conservation, common branding and marketing facilities, hiring of an expert/ cluster development agent, setting up of demonstration plants, common facilities, Incubation centre, ITI extension centre and other need based facilities ü Assistance @ 80% (including assistance from Government of India) of proposed cost of programme with a ceiling of Rs. 10 Cr/ cluster in a period of 3 - 5 years ü Assistance to nodal institutions/ hiring of experts will not exceed 3% of project cost ü A Cluster Advisory Institution (CAI) to be constituted ü Cluster to be eligible for partial financial assistance, available under critical infrastructure scheme. ü Nodal institution to prepare a five year comprehensive development plan of the cluster. § Rehabilitation of Sick Units ü 50% subsidy on cost of diagnostic study by Technical institution initiated through FI/ Bank/ Government- maximum Rs. 1 lakh. 9
  10. 10. Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises § Rehabilitation of Sick Units ü Registered Experts in the field of technology, marketing and finance to advise sick units.50% fees (max. Rs. 1 Lakh/unit) to be reimbursed on implementing suggestions. ü Interest subsidy @5% p.a. limited to Rs. 10 Lakh per year for 3 yrs on additional finance for rehabilitation disbursed by bank/FI. ü OTS for clearing dues of GoG Dept./ Corp./ Boards on a graded scale, for which a separate GR to be introduced ü Other unit taking over a sick unit for rehabilitation to be eligible for assistance as above § Awards to best MSMEs ü Separate awards to Micro, Small and Medium category ü Three awards in each category ü Growth in production and profit ü Quality and Environment improvement measures ü Innovation in technology for new product or process development 10
  11. 11. Assistance to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises § Awards to best MSMEs ü Award in the form of Rs. 1 lakh cash and appreciation letter ü Awardees are to be given priority in participation in International Seminars and incentives under the scheme ü Independent Credit Rating agency to be appointed to select the best performing MSMEs in the above categories ü Nominations to be encouraged from Industries Associations § Promotion of Specific Sector ü Specific sector identified in a district shall be supported with integrated programme of interest subsidy, technology upgradation and quality certification § Eligibility for Quantum of Assistance ü All eligible MSME can avail incentives under different categories separately or in combination. Assistance will be given only once under each category in five years period unless otherwise specified in specific category of incentive. 11
  12. 12. Assistance to Textiles and apparels § Interest Subsidy ü Credit linked Interest Subsidy to units in Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Apparel and Machine Carpeting, satisfying certain conditions, both for new project as well as expansion, and diversification in existing units for investment in new and modern plant and machinery. ü Interest subsidy @5% per annum, limited Rs. 30 lakhs per annum for 5 years period on term loan from FI/Bank (for Spinning, maximum amount of Rs.40 lakhs). ü Assistance is in addition to Incentive available under GOI Scheme. § Technical Textiles ü Credit linked interest subsidy @6% per annum limited to Rs.125 lakhs during operative period of the scheme, to new or existing units on equipment/ machineries identified under TUF scheme for production of identified range of technical textiles. § Technology Acquisition ü Assistance for technology acquisition / technical collaboration, @ 50% max. Rs 25 lakhs per process/ product once during operative period of the scheme. 12
  13. 13. Assistance to Textiles and apparels § Apparel Training Institutions and Trainees ü Assistance for setting up new Apparel Training Centre, @ 85%, of the project investment with a ceiling of Rs.3 crores . ü Assistance to ITIs to upgrade existing facilities for conducting training in apparel production. ü Assistance to Training Centres registered with Directorate of Employment & Training (DET), for setting up facilities in apparel training, @ 50% with a limit of Rs.20 lacs. ü Reimbursement of tuition fees @ 50% subject to a limit of Rs.5,000 per trainee per course. ü Reimbursement of training fees to trainers, @100% of fees for training in autonomous institutes and @50% of fees in other institutes, maximum Rs.5000/- per trainer per week for maximum four weeks. § Training in Powerloom Sector ü Stipend @ Rs.1500/- per month per trainee for a period of 3 months for weavers and jobbers for training conducted by Powerloom Training Centres. ü Stipend @Rs.200 per day for two days to weavers and Rs.300 per day for 6 days to jobbers for a training on upgradation of skills for weavers, jobbers and powerloom owners to work on auto looms, high speed auto looms and shuttleless looms. 13
  14. 14. Assistance to Textiles and apparels § Textile & Apparel Park ü Support to private developer for setting up Apparel / Sewing Park, Weaving Park, Technical Textile Park, Industrial Park for machine made carpets, industrial park for textile machineries and ancillaries and Ginning and Pressing park. ü The park must have minimum 20 manufacturing / service enterprises. ü Assistance will be under Viability Gap Funding scheme by Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board. ü State Government may also provide land to SPVs on lease. ü Assistance will be @50%, maximum Rs.10 crores in a total project cost for establishing common infrastructure facilities excluding land cost, for setting up textile industrial park developed by Industries Associations/ Group of Industries as SPV in PPP mode. 14
  15. 15. Assistance to Gems & Jewellery Sector § Interest Subsidy ü Interest subsidy @ 3% per annum, maximum Rs.15 lakhs per annum, for 5 years on term loan from Bank/FI for setting up new project or expansion, diversification and modernisation in existing project on fixed capital investment. ü The unit may avail assistance from other schemes of GOG and GOI § Hall Mark Certification and Gems Testing Centre. ü Assistance by way of interest subsidy @3% per annum limited to Rs.15 lakhs for 5 years period to set up new Hall Mark Certification Centre/ Gems Testing Centre as an independent legal entity. ü Plant and machinery must be as approved by Bureau of Indian Standards in case of Hall Mark Certification and as per approval of NABL, BIS, Gemological Institute of America in case of Gems Testing Centre. § Assistance for Health & Safety Measures ü Financial assistance to entrepreneurs @ 50% of cost of safety measures/ equipments, limited to maximum Rs.500/-per worker once during 5 years period. § Training Institutes ü Need based support for setting up National / International level Gems & Jewellery Institutions for taking up R&D activities, design support and training to workers. 15
  16. 16. Assistance to Gems & Jewellery Sector § Jewellery Park ü Support to provide development for setting jewellery park in PPP mode. ü The Park must have minimum 50 manufacturing / service enterprises. ü Support as Viability Gap Funding upto 20% of the project cost under GIDB Scheme. ü Government may provide land to such parks. ü Assistance to Industries Association / Group of Industries for developing Jewellery Park under SPV, @ 50% of the project cost in establishing Common Infrastructure Facilities including land cost, with a ceiling of Rs.10 crores. 16
  17. 17. Improving Industrial Infrastructure § Assistance to Critical infrastructure Projects ü Assistance to be considered for ü Upgrading infrastructure facilities as may be required in an industrial estate / clusters/industrial area. ü Additional infrastructure facilities. ü Upgradation of infrastructure facilities in GIDC estates and ü Undertaking specific studies. ü Industries Associations, Large Industry, Govt. Dept./agency, to be eligible. ü Assistance will be @60% of the project cost with a ceiling of Rs.10 crores in case of Industrial area / Park having less than 100 hect. and Rs.20 crores for area more than 100 hect. ü The promoter is to contribute 20% of equity in the project. ü Last mile connectivity project to the industrial park / area having more than 25 hect. to be considered. § Financial Assistance to Industrial Park ü Assistance to Industries Associations / Industrial houses or Institutions for setting up industrial park in PPP mode. ü Industrial park must have basic infrastructure facilities to be classified into C, B & A categories depending upon the minimum infrastructure facilities. ü Assistance will be in the form of Viability Gap Funding upto 20% of the cost through GIDB. ü Additional Assistance upto 20% may be provided by the Central Government. 17
  18. 18. Enhancement of Technical Competence and Man Power§ State Level Anchor Institute ü Assistance to State Level Anchor Institutes in the selected focus sectors towards expenditure on equipment, internal refurnishing of premises and contingency. ü Additional financial support towards operating expenses to Anchor and Nodal Institutes. ü Anchor Institute to actively involve industries and provide technical support to the technical educational institutions for shop floor workers, supervisory and managerial level training. ü The total financial assistance under both capital and expenses will not exceed Rs.10 crores in each sector in the operative period of the scheme.§ Short Term Bridge Courses ü Industry Partner could run the courses from existing courses with addition of certain subjects. Alternatively new course can be started as per the specific requirements by industry in existing ITI/Polytechnic/ Engineering Colleges. ü Assistance@ 75% cost of machinery and equipment upto Rs.100 lakhs contributed jointly by DTE/DET/IC. ü Industry partner/industries Association / institutes to contribute rest of the amount and provide infrastructure facilities in the form of land and building. ü Institutional Management Committee (IMC) to monitor and run the course. 18
  19. 19. Assistance for Technical Competence and Man Power § Extension Training Centres ü Financial assistance for setting up extension centre of ITI/ Polytechnic/ Engineering colleges in GIDC estates / industrial clusters / SEZs/ Industrial Parks to run specific courses @, ü 100% in case of GIDC, ü 75% in industrial cluster and ü 50% in industrial Parks/ SEZs ü with a ceiling of Rs.1 crores for each Extension Centre towards cost of Machinery and equipments. ü GIDC/ Industrial Cluster / SEZs/ Industrial Park to provide land and building for the purpose. § Specialised Skill Development Centre ü Assistance to Institutes / Universities / Industries / Industries Associations for setting up specialised training Centre in the areas of marine engineering, mining, specialised pipe laying, logistic and services etc. and other advanced technology and management courses to the extent of 50% of the project cost covering building, equipment and machinery excluding land cost with a ceiling of Rs.2 crores. 19
  20. 20. Assistance for Environment Protection Measures –MSMEUnits § Scheme 1 Assistance Environment Management to MSMEs üAssistance is offered for innovative /State of the art technology for following activities: Sr. Activity Quantum of Assistance No. A Substitution & Optimization of up to 25% of cost of plant & machinery , raw material including catalysts ceiling of Rs. 10 lakh per project B Rainwater harvesting up to 50% of cost of fixed capital investment ceiling of Rs. 5 lakhs per project C Any Other pre-identified up to 25% of cost of plant & machinery , environment management proj. ceiling of Rs. 10 lakh per project D Implementation of cleaner up to 25% of cost of plant & machinery , production and clean technology ceiling of Rs. 10 lakh per project measures etc. 20
  21. 21. Assistance for Environment Protection Measures –MSMEUnits § Scheme 2 Assistance for encouraging green practices and Environmental Audit to MSMEs ü Assistance is offered for encouraging “Green “ practises and environmental audit to MSMEs Sr. Activity Quantum of Assistance No. A Use of Clean, efficient and Innovative up to 25% of cost of equipments , ceiling of Pollution Control Equipments in Rs. 2.5 lakh per units industries B Periodic Environmental Audits except up to 50% of fees of audit services or those covered under Rules and maximum Rs. 25, 000/unit Judgments C Encouraging Environment Management up to 25% of cost of equipments , or System-setting up of Environment maximum Rs. 5 lakh/plant once in a lifetime Management Cell D Purchase of new equipments/systems Assistance to industrial association or SPV of related to safety, occupational health for Industrial units up to 25% of cost of a cluster of industries (minimum 10 equipments or maximum Rs. 25 lakh per industries in a cluster) cluster. E Installation of Solar system leading to Up to 25 % of the cost of system, rs. 2.5 lakh per atleast 5% energy saving plant 21
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