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Patan - District Profile

  1. 1. Patan
  2. 2. INDEX 1 Patan: A Snapshot 2 Economy and Industry Profile 3 Industrial Locations / Infrastructure 4 Support Infrastructure 5 Social Infrastructure 6 Tourism 7 Investment Opportunities8 Annexure 2
  3. 3. 1Patan: A Snapshot 3
  4. 4. Introduction : Patan Map 1: District Map of Patan with talukas§ Patan district is located in northern Gujarat§ The district headquarter - Patan was formerly known as Anahilvada – Patan and was a thriving capital city of Gujarat for more than 600 years. ARA§ The district is spread across seven talukas, viz. Santalpur, Patan, Chanasma, Harij, Sami, Radhanpur and Sidhpur§ Focus Industrial Sectors : food processing, paper and pulp and cotton-based industry§ The region is famous for Patola sarees. The Patan Patola Santalpur Radhanpur Patan Sidhpur is one of the finest hand woven textile materials produced Harij the world over Sami Chanasma§ Key raw materials such as cotton, fennel, isabgul, cowpea are abundantly available in the district Taluka District Headquarter 4
  5. 5. Fact File 71.31º to 72.20º East (Longitude)Geographical Location 23.55º to 24.41º North (Latitude) 45º Centigrade (Maximum)Temperature 7º Centigrade (Minimum)Average Rainfall 600 mmRivers SaraswatiArea 5,667.55 sq. kmDistrict Headquarter PatanTalukas 7Population 11,82,709 persons (As per 2001 Census)Population Density 209 persons per sq. kmSex Ratio 932 Females per 1000 MalesLiteracy Rate 60.40%Languages Gujarati, Hindi and EnglishSeismic Zone Zone IVSource: Patan District Profile & Socio-economic Review 2006-07 5
  6. 6. 2Economy and Industry Profile 6
  7. 7. Economy and Industry Profile§ Economy of Patan is mainly agrarian§ Food processing, agriculture, and textiles are the major vocational and industrial activities in Patan§ Food processing has been the main sector for investment and employment in Patan district since the late 1980s§ The Food Processing Industry of Patan is well developed because of the proximity to agricultural districts such as Mehsana, Banaskantha etc§ With the recent surge in investments in the oil and gas sector, Patan is progressively shaping up into an attractive destination for investors§ Textile sector also contributes largely to the district economy. Patan Patola is one of the finest hand woven textile materials produced. Besides this, Mashru, a mixed fabric, woven with a combination of cotton and silk is also traditionally produced in Patan 7
  8. 8. Agriculture§ Major food crops, oil seeds and fruits Fig. 1 Food and Non Food Crop Production ( MT) 2006-07 produced in the district include wheat, bajri, pulses, cereals, cotton, castor, rape, mustard, Pulses 42,100 citrus fruits, ber, guava, pomegranate, papaya, 60,100 Wheat etc 1,02,500 Cotton§ Vegetable crops such as potato, brinjal, cabbage, cowpea, tomato, cauliflower and 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 cluster bean are cultivated in the district Fig. 2 Fruits, Spices & Vegetable Crops Production 2006-07§ 1,338,800 metric tonnes (MT) of cotton was produced in the district during 2005-06 Vege table s 45240§ Citrus fruits have the largest share (47%) Fruits 12253 in production among all the fruits produced in Oilseed 118800 the district 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 Production (M T) Source: Department of Agriculture, Government of Gujarat, 2007 8
  9. 9. Small Scale Industries Fig. 3 Sector-wise Investments (INR Lakhs) in SSI§ There are 4,641 small scale industries in Patan district Units 221§ Vegetable & Vanaspati, paper & pulp industry and 700 food & processing industries are some of the major 1269 industries operating in the small scale sector in the Paper and Pulp Industry Vegetable and Vanaspati district Food Processing Industries§ Vegetables & Vanaspati sector has attracted Fig.4 Taluka-wise SSI Units investments to the tune of INR 1269 lakhs (USD 3 295 314 mn) – highest among all the sectors (2006 -07) 268 1617 292§ Patan taluka hosts maximum number of industrial units 531 (1617) among all the talukas in the district 1324 Patan Sidhpur Chanasma Harij Sami Radhanpur SantalpurSource: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 9
  10. 10. Small Scale Industry Clusters Map 2: Small Scale Industry Clusters Textiles Agricultural Equipments Santalpur Patan Sidhpur Salt Based Industries Polyvinyl Chloride Pipe Harij ( PVC pipes) Chanasma Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 10
  11. 11. Industry Investment Trends§ Industrial sectors such as Chemicals, Vegetable Oils, Fig. 6 Major Industry Sectors (1988 – 1997): (Investments INR Crore) and infrastructure projects saw investments worth INR 13 1,345 crore (USD 328 mn) during the period 1998 -2007 26§ The infrastructure projects, an important sector in the district witnessed investments to the tune of INR 1320 61 Vegetable Oil Food Processing Industries crore (USD 314 mn) during 1998-2007 Paper and Pulp Fig.7 Major Industry Sectors (1998 – 2007):§ Other sectors such as petrochemicals, cement and (Investments INR Crore) 9 Gypsum have also been growing at a steady pace 15§ During last over one decade - 1998–2007, the district has witnessed investments growing as high as 900% as compared to the previous decade (USD 30.9 mn during 1320 Chemicals and Fertilizers Infrastructure Projects 1988-1997 and USD 328 mn during 1998-2007) Vegetable Oils Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 11
  12. 12. Investments in Pipeline§ The Government of Gujarat has been playing a very active role in promoting the state as a potential investment destination through a series of Global Investors’ Summits Fig. 8 VGGIS 2007 – Investments (INR Crore) (VGGIS), organised every two years§ A total of 18 MoUs aggregating INR 22,451 crore (USD 5.3 5,000 bn) of investments were signed for locations in Patan during 6,395 VGGIS 2007§ Out of 18 MoUs, 12 MoUs worth INR 9,861 crore (USD 2 5,000 bn) were signed for investments in oil & gas and agro & food 3,466 processing sectors during the VGGIS 2007 OIL AND GAS AGRO AND FOOD PROCESSING§ The investment is proposed to create new employment TOURISM CIVIL AVIATION opportunities for 36,631 persons§ Sectors such as oil and gas, agro and food processing, tourism and civil aviation have attracted major investments in the district Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 12
  13. 13. Economy Drivers§ The economy is mainly driven by agriculture and agro-based products§ Close proximity to the agro-food and biotech clusters of Ahmedabad has opened up new avenues for the food processing industries, research centres and educational institutes§ Small scale industry sectors such as cotton based textiles, food processing, paper & pulp industry and vegetable oils mills are the supporting pillars of the district economy§ Growth of infrastructure projects in the district has added more jobs and increased opportunities for the masses§ Patan is known for Patola sarees and offers scope for investments in textile sector 13
  14. 14. 3Industrial Locations / Infrastructures 14
  15. 15. Airport, Power & Gas Supply Network Air§ The nearest airport Ahmedabad is located at a distance of 125 km from Patan Power§ Patan district enjoys uninterrupted 24 hr power supply due to the presence of many Power Sub Stations§ The 220 KV power stations at Radhanpur, Janghral and Sankhari supply power throughout the district§ Patan and Sidhpur talukas have 132 KV substations Map 5: Patan Power Network Map Gas• Route identification for laying gas pipeline has been completed• The gas grid will pass through Sidhpur taluka Source: Gujarat State Electricity Board, Government of Gujarat, 2007 15
  16. 16. Industrial Estates Map 3: GIDC Industrial Estates Table 1: GIDC Estates in Patan district Industrial Estates Area (hectares) Patan 6 Balisana Balisana 6 Patan Lanva Lanva 22.81 Chanasama Siddhpur 47.72 Chanasama 19.06Source: Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation, 2007 16
  17. 17. 4Support Infrastructure 17
  18. 18. Road & Rail Connectivity Map 4: Patan Road & Rail Network Road§ Road: National Highway 14, 15 and State Highway 7, 8 and 10 run through the district connecting it with major cities of the state and the rest of India.§ It is well connected with Ahmedabad (125 km), Banaskantha (58 km) and Kutch (318 km) Table 2: Distance from major Districts in Gujarat Distance (km) from Major Locations Patan Valsad 456 Rajkot 255 Mehsana 119 Surat 148 Table 3: Distance from major Indian Cities Vadodara 238 Jamnagar 245 Major Indian Cities Distance (km)* Ankleshwar 325 Kolkata 1939 Chennai 1725 Hyderabad 1178 Rail Delhi 860 Mumbai 661§ Western railways connect Patan with major cities in India such as Delhi and Mumbai via Ahmedabad *All distances measured from Patan (taluka) Source: Patan District Profile booklet, 2007 18
  19. 19. Water Supply Water Water supply for industrial purposes in the district can be obtained from three main sources, viz Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board (GWSSB), an Irrigation Canal and Sardar Sarovar Project. Sardar Sarovar Project § The project envisages supply of water for drinking purposes, irrigation and industrial use § Sardar Sarovar Project water for industrial supply is made available through branch canals § 5 branch canals that supply water to Patan district are listed in Table 4 Table 4: Sardar Sarovar Branch Canal network Branch canal Length (Km) District Starting point End point Bolera 25 Mehsana,Patan Khorsam Mujpur Rajpura 42 Patan,Banaskantha Malsud Nani Chandur Amrapura 55 Patan Vansa Wahedpura Kutch 360 Banaskantha, Patan, Kutch Salimgarh Modukuwa Radhanpur 24 Patan, Banaskantha Changa Memdavad § Narmada Main Canal is proposed to be operational in Sami, Harij and Chanasma talukas Source: Sardar Saqrovar Narmada Nigam Ltd, 2007 19
  20. 20. 5Social Infrastructure 20
  21. 21. Education§ Patan is the headquarter for a northern Gujarat University - Table 5: Educational Institutions in Patan Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University. The university offers Educational Institutes Total MBA and MCA courses Primary Schools 786§ The district houses some of the renowned technical and law colleges Secondary Schools 171§ The district also has the provision for distance learning programs and Higher sec schools correspondence courses offered by various Study Centers under Open ITIs 8 University Scheme of Indian universities. These programs courses Polytechnic 1 such as MA, MSc, MBA, MCA, etc. Pharmacy College 1§ Law Colleges in Patan such as Sheth M. N. Law College offer law MCA College 1 education including civil , criminal, business and forensic law etc. Engineering College 1§ The Government Engineering College and K.D. Polytechnic College Management College 1 at Patan offers courses in computer science, electronics & Others * 15 communications and mechanical engineering with intake capacity of 180 * Arts, Commerce, Science,B.Ed & Law Colleges people per annum. Source: Patan District Profile, 2007 21
  22. 22. Healthcare§ Patan has 32 primary health centres, 115 primary health sub centres and 4 child care centres§ Sonam Hospital and Urology Centre in Sidhpur, City Hospital & Gastroenterology Research Centre and Sewa International Hospital are some of the famous healthcare centres in the district§ There are 36 hospitals spread across the district specialising in pediatrics, cardiology, obstetrics, gynecology and nephrology Sewa International Government Hospital Source: Patan District Profile Booklet: 2006-07 22
  23. 23. 6Tourism 23
  24. 24. Tourism§ Patan has various tourist attractions. The Queens Step well or Rani Ki Vav is one of the most magnificent step wells of Gujarat built during 11-12th century. A stepped corridor compartmented at regular intervals with pillared multi-storeyed pavilions is a unique feature. Sculptures of deities and other images adorn the walls flanking the staircase. Nearly four hundred niches on the walls display images.§ The Sahastralinga Talav or tank of a thousand Shiva shrines is an Rani Ki Vav exotic piece of art§ The district has more than hundred Jain temples, among which the one dedicated to Panchasara Parasvanath is the largest and has intricate stone carvings and white marble floors that characterise Jain architecture§ Patan is famous for Patola sarees. A single Patola sari generally takes 4 – 6 months to complete and involves a laborious process of dyeing the threads according to a pre-planned design and then weaving it. Today only two Savli families in Patan taluka practise this dextrous craft Source: Gujarat India Guide 24
  25. 25. 7Investment Opportunities 25
  26. 26. Investment Opportunities Agriculture § Vegetable oil mills § Opportunities for setting up of agriculture implement (tractor, trolley, cultivator , thresher and plough) manufacturing units Cotton § Cotton oil (Kapas) § Cotton ginning § Spinning and surgical cotton Textile § Modern spinning § Manufacture of fabrics § Modern energy efficient textile processing § Technical textiles § Manufacture of patolas * Detailed Sector/ Project profiles for investment opportunities available at 26
  27. 27. Annexure I Maps Figures TablesMap 1: District Map of Patan with Talukas Figure 1 : Food and Non- Food Crop Table 1 : GIDC Estates in Patan District Production 2005-06Map 2:Small Scale Industry Clusters Figure 2 : Fruits, Spices, & Vegetable Crops Table 2 : Distance from Major Districts inMap 3: GIDC Industrial Estates production 2006 - 07 GujaratMap 4: Patan Road & Rail Network Figure 3 :Sector-wise investments (INR Lakhs) Table 3: Distance from Major Indian Cities in SSI UnitsMap 5: Patan Power Network Map Table 4 : Sardar Sarovar Branch Canal Figure 4 : Taluka-wise SSI units Network Figure 5 : Decadal Investments Table 5 : Education Institutions in Patan Figure 6 : Major Industry Sectors (1988 – 1997):(Investments INR Crore) Figure 7 : Major Industry Sectors (1998 – 2007):(Investments INR Crore) Figure 8 : VGGIS 2007 – Investments (INR Crore) 27
  28. 28. Annexure II : AbbreviationsIEM : Industrial Entrepreneur MemorandumMoU : Memorandum of UnderstandingSSI : Small Scale IndustriesMSI : Medium Scale IndustriesLSI : Large Scale IndustriesVGGIS : Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors SummitGSECL : Gujarat State Electricity Corporation LtdSEZ : Special Economic ZoneMT: Metric TonnesLNG : Liquefied Natural GasGIDC : Gujarat Industrial Development CorporationGWSSB : Gujarat Water Supply Sewerage Board 28