Envis Centre, Ministry of Environment & Forest, Govt. of India

Printed Date: Monday, June 24, 2024

Industrial Development

 

 

Source: Planning Department, U.P. as per Annual Plan 2014-15

To keep pace with the global and national growth of industries, Government of Uttar Pradesh in its Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy-2012 set a target of 11.2 per cent industrial growth in Uttar Pradesh. Salient features of new policy are as under:

Fiscal support to Infrastructure

  1. Infrastructure interest subsidy scheme: Industrial units can borrow for developing infrastructure facilities for self-use, viz., road, sewer, water drainage, power line etc. Such borrowers get reimbursement at the rate of  5% on interest rate of loan taken for this purpose, maximum upto Rs. 1 crore for a period of 5 years
  2. Reimbursement of 25% of stamp duty: If a private developer completes development of industrial estate or area within 3 years after purchase of land and a minimum of 50% land is sold
  3. Exemption from land transfer fee, sub-divisional charges, and levy charges: to such manufacturing units that make available their additional land for industrial purpose after 5 years to any other company or agency in which they have at least 51% equity
  4. Reimbursement of stamp duty on land transfer: to such subsidiary company which starts production within 3 years of the said land transfer from its parent company having 51% share in it.

Fiscal Incentives

  1. 100 % exemption on Stamp Duty on purchase, lease or acquisition of land by industrial units proposed to be set up  in Eastern U.P., Central U.P. and Bundelkhand region
  2. 100% exemption on stamp duty to new IT, Bio-tech, BPO, Food processing, Food park, Alternative energy resources
  3. 100% exemption on stamp duty to private sector infrastructure development excluding PPP projects
  4.  75% exemption on stamp duty to other new units on government land & 50% exemption on stamp duty on private land.
  5.  In case of attachment of assets of a closed unit by UPFC, PICUP or bank, stamp duty shall be payable on sale price fixed by competent authority instead of circle rate
  6.  Facility of input tax refund or set-off will be allowed to manufacturers who export outside India by sale to export houses in the course of export under sub-sec.(3) of Sec. 5 of Central Sales Tax Act 1956
  7.  Exemption from Electricity Duty for 10 years to new industrial units and 15 years to Pioneer units and to captive power generation for self-consumption by unit.

Investment Promotion Scheme

  1. Eligibility criteria to avail incentives has been brought down from Rs10 crore to Rs 5 crore for new industrial units set up in  Poorvanchal, Madhyanchal, Bundelkhand and all food processing units, livestock based units & IT units while, it has been reduced to Rs12.5 crore from Rs25 crore for the rest of State
  2. Interest-free loan equivalent to VAT and Central Sales Tax paid by industrial units or 10 percent of the annual turnover whichever is less will be provided for a period of 10 years repayable after 7 years from the date of first disbursement

New Capital interest subsidy scheme

  1. New industrial units to be set up in Poorvanchal, Madhyanchal and Bundelkhand shall get reimbursement at the rate of 5 per cent on interest rate of loan taken for plant and machinery, maximum upto Rs 50 lakhs per annum for a period of 5 years.
  2. New Textile units to be set up in Poorvanchal, Madhyanchal and Bundelkhand, shall get reimbursement at the rate of 5 per cent on interest rate of loan taken for plant and machinery, maximum upto Rs 100 lakhs per annum for a period of 5 years while this facility is available in the tune of maximum upto Rs 50 lakhs per annum in the other region of the state.

Industrial quality development subsidy scheme

  1. Reimbursement will be provided to the industrial association, group of industrial units at the rate of 5 per cent on interest rate of loan taken for establishing testing labs, quality certification lab, tool-rooms, etc. maximum upto Rs 1 crore for a period of 5 years

EPF reimbursement scheme

To generate new employment opportunities, this scheme includes provision of reimbursement of 50 per cent of EPF contribution for their workers for a period of 3 years by new units after 3 years from the date of establishment of the units, if the new units give employment to 100 or more unskilled workers

Special facilities for Mega Projects

Mega projects with the investment more than Rs 200 crores will be provided with special incentives on case-to-case basis and priority shall be given for development of infrastructure facility.

 

Heavy Industries 
Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum [IEMs]/ Letter Of Intent [LOIs]

The progress of IEMs/LOIs filed in the State is tabled below:-

Year

No. of total IEM+LOI

Proposed

Employment Potential

Investment

(in Nos.)

(Rs. in Crs.)

 

11th Plan

888

84140.33

391508

2012–13

139

15088.55

48066

2013–14

153

12564.76

36416

2014–15 (Up to April)

11

743

1235

Total 12th Plan

303

28396.31

85717

 

           Source: DIPP, GOI

Capital Investment

Details of capital investment and employment generation in the State during the 11th plan and 12th plan (Up to April 14.)  in Heavy Industries Sector are as under:-

 

Year

No. of total Industries set-up

Capital Investment

Employment Generation

(Rs. in Crs.)

11th Plan

325

35000.72

83670

2012–13

72

3133.55

15851

2013–14

23

1217.35

8188

Total 12th Plan

95

4350.9

24039

 

It is evident that there is encouraging increase in number of heavy industries along with a surge in the number of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) being setup in the state. MSME pockets are mainly in the districts viz., Varanasi, Allahabad, Moradabad, Saharanpur, Lucknow, Kanpur, Agra, Ferozabad, Meerut, Bhadohi, Ghaziabad, Noida, Bareilly, Gorakhpur, Khurja, Aligarh and Mathura. Industrial development in the state is uneven in Uttar Pradesh with about 50% of the industries are located in Western Zone specially Ghaziabad and Noida are developing as centre of the industries.  Strategically the regional imbalance is addressed by providing incentives for Purvanchal, Central & Bundelkhand areas. Special focus has been given to boost up these areas under New Infrastructure & Industrial Investment Policy 2012.

Priorities

  1. During the 12th Five Year Plan, the state Government has envisaged to develop world class infrastructural facilities in the State. Several expressways and state highways in road sector, thermal power projects in energy sector and airport in aviation sector are the major areas where the investment is proposed through PPP mode. Some of the projects in this area continued from 11th Five Year Plan, while new projects are being executed for 12th Five Year Plan.
  2. The six new policies, viz. Infrastructure & Industrial Investment Promotion  Policy, Information Technology, Food Processing, Solar energy, sugar industry, co-generation and distillery promotion, and encouraging policy for developing large poultry farms were unveiled by the Hon’ble Chief Minister as a policy package. It showed the commitment of the government and adequate indication to be ready to build partnerships of progress.
  3. In order to promote investment and to project the State as an attractive destination for investment, Government of Uttar Pradesh has strengthened Udyog Bandhu. An  Investment Promotions Cell has been constituted with  an aim to facilitate investors and to play vital role in attracting more Industrial Capital Investment into the State. Government has charted out and proposed a long term plan for conducting Domestic Road Shows, International Road Shows and Global Investor Summit.
  4. Schemes operated by UPFC to encourage capital investment & Industrialization in the state

Industrial Investment Promotion Scheme (Audhyogik Nivesh Protsahan Yojna-2003)

In order to bridge the gap in working capital in initial years of the large & medium scale units State Govt. has formulated a scheme known as Audyogik Nivesh Protsahan Yojna in the year 2003. UPFC has been nominated along with PICUP as Operating Agency for implementation of the said scheme.  The salient features of the scheme are as under :-

Eligibility

  1. Under this scheme Interest free loan is granted to eligible Mega units which have invested Rs. 5.00 Crores or more in fixed assets for setting up new unit in Food Processing or live stock sector or Rs. 10.00 Crores or more in any sector in Bundelkhand/Purvanchal districts of the State or Rs. 25.00 Crores or more in any sector in any other districts & the date of first sale from above new capital investment is on or after 11.3.2003.
  2. Further the interest free loan under the scheme shall be sanctioned to those eligible units, which are not defaulter in payment of dues of State Govt./Central Govt. and Financial Institutions.

Quantum of Loan :

The amount of Interest free loan granted under this scheme shall be minimum of 5% & maximum of 10% of the Annual sales of the unit but same shall not be more than the CST & UPVAT deposited by the unit in any financial year.  However, this restriction shall not be applicable to the units whose date of first sale is between 11.3.2003 to 5.11.2003.

Time Duration for Interest Free Loan: 

The eligible mega unit shall be granted each year Interest free loan for the total period of 10 years and in the case of Pioneer unit Interest free loan shall be granted for 15 years.

Repayment period of Interest Free loan :

Repayment period of Interest free loan shall be 07 years from the date of the disbursement and in case of Pioneer units it shall be 10 year.

Security :

If unit provides 1st charge on the prime security then security debt ratio shall not be less than 1.25:1 and in case 2nd charge on prime security is provided then security debt ration shall not be less than 1.5:1. In case of short fall in security coverage unit shall have to provide additional security in the form of Collateral Security to make up the short fall in the security coverage OR unit shall have to furnish Bank Guarantee from public sector bank to the extent of the loan amount for entire repayment period.

Administrative Charges :

The unit shall have to deposit Administrative charges @ 2% of sanctioned amount each year before disbursement of loan.

Industrial Investment Promotion Scheme (Audhyogik Nivesh Protsahan Yojna-2012)

In order to bridge the gap in working capital in initial years of the large & medium scale units State Govt. has formulated a scheme known as Audyogik Nivesh Protsahan Yojna in the year 2012. UPFC has been nominated alongwith PICUP as Operating Agency for implementation of the said scheme.  The salient features of the scheme are as under :-

Eligibility:

  1. UPFC has been nominated as an operating agency for sanction of interest free loan under the scheme to the units (i) who have made capital investment of Rs.5.00 crore to 10.00 crore in food processing, live stock and information technology sectors in any districts of the state, and (ii) who have made capital investment of Rs.5.00 crore to 10.00 crore in any sector other than food processing, live stock and information technology in districts of Eastern U.P., Bundelkhand and Madhyanchal and Rs.12.50 crore to 25.00 crore in districts other than districts of Eastern U.P., Bundelkhand and Madhyanchal. Under the scheme units making investment as mentioned above are also eligible for interest free loan for expansion. For units other than above categories (i) & (ii), PICUP will be the Operating Agency. Under the scheme only those units would be eligible for interest free loan who have made 1st sale on or after 04/09/2012.
  2. Further the interest free loan under the scheme shall be sanctioned to those eligible units, which are not defaulter in payment of dues of State Govt./Central Govt. and Financial Institutions.

 Quantum of Loan:
(a)        For New Units

The amount of interest free loan granted shall be 10% of the Annual Turnover of manufactured goods from the investment made as mentioned above or to the extent of the amount of CST & UP VAT paid on turnover as mentioned above during the financial year whichever is lower.

(b)       For Units Making Expansion

For unit making expansion, the date of 1st sale of incremental turnover of eligible unit should be on or after 04/09/2012 and additional investment in fixed assets should be at least 25% of the original fixed investment (without depreciation) and increase in installed capacity should be at least 25% or more. The interest free loan to be sanctioned under expansion shall be restricted to 10% of the incremental turnover or to the extent of total amount of CST & UP VAT paid on incremental turnover, whichever is lower, during the financial year. The incremental turnover means additional turnover from maximum of the turnover achieved in any of the last 03 financial years just before expansion.

Availability of Loan: 

The eligible mega unit shall be granted each year Interest free loan for the total period of 10 years.

Repayment period of Interest Free loan :

Repayment period of Interest free loan shall be 07 years from the date of the disbursement of each loan.

Security:

If unit provides 1st charge on the prime security then security debt ratio shall not be less than 1.25:1 and in case 2nd charge on prime security is provided then security debt ration shall not be less than 1.5:1. In case of short fall in security coverage unit shall have to provide additional security in the form of Collateral Security to make up the short fall in the security coverage OR unit shall have to furnish Bank Guarantee from public sector bank to the extent of the loan amount for entire repayment period.

Administrative Charges:

The unit shall have to deposit Administrative charges @ 2% of sanctioned amount each year before disbursement of loan.

Interest Subsidy Scheme 2012:

UPFC shall be executing interest subsidy under this scheme to new units which have made investment of up to Rs.10.00 crore in plant and machinery and the unit is being set up in Districts of Bundelkhand, Poorvanchal and Madhyanchal Commissionerate of the State.  The units of Textile Sector viz., Spinning, Weaving, Knitting and garments manufacturing, being set up in all District are eligible under the Scheme.  Under the scheme maximum Interest subsidy of Rs.50.00 Lakhs per annum per unit and maximum of Rs.1.00 crore for a period of 5 years.  For Textile Sector, Interest subsidy payable shall be Rs.50.00 Lakhs p.a. per unit for a period of 5 years in all other districts of the State.

Eligibility

  1. New industrial units which purchased new plant & machinery and started commercial production after 30/11/2012 are eligible under this scheme with the condition that unit should have started commercial production within 3 years from the date of 1st disbursement of the term loan. The interest subsidy shall be paid to the unit who have availed term loan on plant & machinery from a scheduled bank/financial institution controlled by Central Govt/State Govt after 30/11/2012 and should have paid the interest due in financial year to the concerned bank / financial institution.
  2. Further if unit become defaulter in any payment of principal & interest, no subsidy shall be payable on interest paid on that instalment however this period shall be included in total eligibility period of 5 years.

Quantum of Subsidy

  1. The amount of interest subsidy shall be @ 5% on the interest paid during the financial year or Rs. 50.00 lakh per annum whichever is lower, per unit for a maximum period of 5 years. If the interest rate being paid by the unit is less than 5%, actual interest paid as interest shall be considered for subsidy. For the units of Textile sector be set up in Bundelkhand, Purvanchal & Madhyanchal the maximum limit shall be Rs. 1.00 crore per unit per year and Rs. 50.00 lakh for other districts.

Availability of Subsidy : 

  1. The maximum period of subsidy payable shall be 5 years.

Administrative Charges :

  1. The unit shall have to deposit Administrative charges @ 2% of subsidy amount each year before disbursement of interest subsidy.

 

Infrastructure Interest Subsidy Scheme -2012:

  1. This scheme is being executed by the UPFC. Under this scheme interest subsidy may be availed for new industrial units or company/ society / special purpose vehicle promoted by group of industries or association. This scheme may be used for installation of infrastructure facilities for own use like road, sewer, effluent treatment plant, drainage system, power line, transformer and installation of power feeder.  Under the scheme Interest subsidy @ 5% for a maximum period of five years. A total amount not exceeding to Rs.100.00 lakhs is payable in all districts of the State.

Eligibility

  1. Under this scheme only those new industrial units or company/ society / special purpose vehicle promoted by group of industries or association would be eligible for interest subsidy who have availed term loan from financial institutions/scheduled banks for installation of infrastructure facilities as mentioned above, with in 5 years from the date of G.O. i.e. 30/11/2012. Further the unit should have started its commercial production within 3 years from the 1st disbursement of the loan to the unit.   
  2. Further if unit become defaulter in any payment of principal & interest, no subsidy shall be available on interest paid on that instalment. However, this period shall be included in total eligibility period of 5 years.

Quantum of Subsidy

  1. The amount of interest subsidy @ 5% on the interest paid during the financial year by a unit against the loan taken to establish infrastructure facilities as mentioned above. This interest subsidy will be available for a maximum period of 5 years with the condition that during the entire period of this scheme maximum Rs. 100.00 lakh will be reimbursed and counting of 5 years shall be done from the 1st disbursement of the loan. If the interest rate being paid by the unit is less than 5%, actual interest paid as interest shall be considered for subsidy.

Availability of Subsidy & Area 

  1. The maximum period of subsidy payable shall be 5 years and the scheme is extended to the entire State.

Administrative Charges:

  1. The unit shall have to deposit Administrative charges @ 2% of subsidy amount each year before disbursement of interest subsidy.

Audyogik Gunvatta Vikas Upadan Yojana-2012:

  1. UPFC has been nominated as operating agency for sanction of interest subsidy @ 5% for a maximum period of 5 years, total amount not exceeding to Rs.100.00 lakhs in respect of loan availed by company/ organisation/ special purpose vehicle promoted by group of industries/association for purchase of plant & machinery and equipments to establish testing lab, quality certification lab and establishment of tool room.

Eligibility:

  1. Under this scheme company/ organisation / special purpose vehicle promoted by group of industries/association would be eligible for interest subsidy who have availed term loan from financial institutions/scheduled banks for improving the quality of the product by purchasing of plant & machinery and equipments to establish testing lab, quality certification lab and establishment of tool room with in 5 years from the date of G.O. i.e. 30/11/2012. Further the unit should have started its commercial production within 3 years from the 1st disbursement of the loan to the unit.   
  2. Further if unit become defaulter in any payment of principal & interest, no subsidy shall be payable on interest paid on that instalment however this period shall be included in total eligibility period of 5 years.

Quantum of Subsidy

  1. The amount of interest subsidy @ 5% on the interest paid during the financial year by a unit against the loan taken to establish testing lab, quality certification lab and establishment of tool room. This interest subsidy will be available for a maximum period of 5 years with the condition that during the entire period of this scheme maximum of Rs. 100.00 lakh will be reimbursed and counting of 5 years shall be done from the 1st disbursement of the loan. If the interest rate being paid by the unit is less than 5%, actual interest paid as interest shall be considered for subsidy.

Availability of Subsidy 

  1. The maximum period of subsidy payable shall be 5 years.

Administrative Charges:

  1. The unit shall have to deposit Administrative charges @ 2% of subsidy amount each year before disbursement of interest subsidy.

Uttar  Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA)

  1. Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA), an authority set up by Govt. of Uttar Pradesh (GoUP) under the UP Industrial Area Development Act, 1976 is engaged in development of Expressways on PPP model in the state.
  2. In order to extend the connectivity of the State Capital with National capital by way of High Speed Corridor, GoUP decided to develop “Agra-Lucknow Access Controlled Expressway (Green Field) Project.” in Engineering Procurement & Construction (EPC) Mode. UPEIDA has been nominated by GoUP as Nodal Agency for implementing the project.

Priority, target, Policy and strategy to be adopted during the above period in the present scenario

  1. Priority    - Construction of Access Controlled Expressway in Engineering Procurement & Construction (EPC) mode with State Government funding. This shall provide excellent transport facilities to the people of the State through access controlled fast track transport. This shall lead to more business opportunities and upliftment of social status.
  2. Strategy – The main aim is to provide benefit to the people of the State by construction and development of Expressways in accordance with guidelines issued by Govt. of Uttar Pradesh with respect to implementation of projects under EPC mode from funds provided by GoUP.
  3. Target -  Rs.13,944.00 crores funding from GoUP for construction of about 301 kms long “Agra to Lucknow Access Controlled (Greenfield) Expressway.’

Reforms needed to eliminate bottlenecks in Developments – technical, institutional financial, procedural, administrative etc.

  1. Following are the main bottlenecks in implementing the Development of Expressway Projects under Public Private Partnership mode:-
  2. Delay in Environmental and Wild Life Clearances from Govt. of India
  3. Delay in decisions by various Committee right from selection of Consultants and developer of the Project. Hurdles in Land Acquisition.
  4. Lack of interest of Private Developers due to landowners insisting for unreasonable high compensation of the land, which in certain cases exceeds the prevalent market price; and thereafter resorting to Community resistance

Estimation of created capacity and its utilization – gap, optimum utilization of created potential.

  1. UPEIDA has been entrusted with the responsibility of execution and ownership of Expressway on the basis of Public Private Partnership. The financial viability has to be worked out by the Developer based on the capacity and its utilization.

Inter regional disparity and its reduction

  1. Construction of long route Expressways with the help of Private Partnership by UPEIDA shall decrease the Inter regional disparities by way of transportation of freight from one corner to other corner. Industries and business shall also grow along with Expressway consequently unemployment and Inter regional disparity shall decrease.

Public Private Partnership, People’s Participation, NGOs contribution, role of local bodies, investment etc.

  1. Since UPEIDA executes projects with Private Partnership, as such Developer has a major role to play. However, local bodies and govt. authorities should ensure that the project is executed in accordance with their development plans.

Environmental Issues

  1. Protection of environment is one of the top most priority of the government; and due care of this aspect is being taken while developing Expressways. Obtaining environmental clearance from Competent Authority prior to the actual construction of Expressway is obligatory so as to ensure that necessary steps are taken to mitigate any adverse impact on environment in accordance with the terms of reference from the Competent Authority.

Proposals for Annual Plan 2014-15

  1. The main aim of Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA) is to provide benefit to the people of the State by construction and development of Expressways in accordance with the guidelines issued by Govt. of Uttar Pradesh with respect to implementation of projects under Public Private Partnership pattern. However, all previous Expressways allotted for implementation by UPEIDA are put on hold for one reason or the other.
  2. Currently, UPEIDA is implementing the “Agra to Lucknow Access Controlled Expressway (Greenfield) Project. To be constructed in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) mode. The entire funds for the aforesaid Expressway Project are to be provided through GoUP Budget.
  3. Brief particulars of the Project :

1

Total Length of Expressway

301 Kms

2

Construction Cost

Rs.8944 crores (excluding cost of land)

3

Width of Expressway (ROW)

110metres

4

Design Speed

120 kmph.

5

Carriageway

6 Lane (expandable to 8)

6

Start Point/End Point

Starting at proposed Agra Ring Road and ending at proposed Lucknow Ring Road

7

Districts Covered:

Agra, Firozabad, Shikohabad, Mainpuri, Etawah, Auraiya, Kannauj, Hardoi, Unnao, Lucknow

8

Mode of Implementation

Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) Mode

 

Important benefits of Expressway Project :

  • The Expressway will provide linkage between Western U.P. & Lucknow.
  • This Expressway is significant for socio-economic development as well as promotion of agriculture, trade, tourism & industries. 
  • This Green Field Expressway will utilize barren and unfertile or less fertile land in its route. 
  • This Expressway will facilitate faster trade links between important cities like Agra, Firozabad (famous for its traditional glassworks),  Kannauj (famous for its Itre and Scent industry), Malihabad (for its world famous Dussehri Mangoes).
  • The Expressway will also act as an Industrial Corridor for setting of various manufacturing industries and Growth Centres/ for Agriculture produce      centres like Mainpuri, Etawah .
  • This Expressway will boost the prospects of setting up of Handloom industry, Food Processing units, Cold storages, Warehouses, Mandis, Dairy Products.
  • The prospects of setting up of Industrial Training Institutes, Educational Institutes, Medical Institutes along the Expressway will also increase.
  • Saving in travel time, operational costs and fuel consumption.
  • Reduction in pollution, emission & accidents and improved environment.
  • Economic and social development, increase in employment opportunities.
  • Development of industry, agriculture and handicrafts etc.
  • Development of tourism and pilgrimage
  • Easy and fast transportation to facilitate processing and marketing of agricultural products specially perishable goods like fruits, vegetables and dairy products.
  • Additional Revenue from amenities, tourist resorts, water games, motels etc.
  • Development of Green Belt along the Expressway.

 

List of the 54 Red Categories (2012-2013) Source: U.P. Pollution COntrol Board

 

Sl.No.

Categories

Total  no. of Industries

1

Anodizing

3

2

Asbestos and asbestos based industries

13

3

Automobiles Manufacturing/assembling

12

4

Ceramic/refractories

33

5

Chemical, petrochemical and electro chemicals including manufacture of acids such as sulphuric acid, nitric acid, phosphric acid and so on

36

6

Cholrates, perchlorates, and peroxides

0

7

Chlorine, fluorine, bromine, iodine, and their compounds

2

8

Coke making, coal liquidification, coal-tar distillation or fuel gas making

0

9

Common effluent treatment plant

7

10

Dry coal processing/mineral processing industries like ore sintering, palletisation, and so on

0

11

Explosives including detroatros, fuese, and so on

3

12

Fermentation industry including manufacture of yeast, beer, and so on

73

13

Fire crackers

1

14

Foundries

79

15

Glass and fibre glass production and processing (excluding moulding)

215

16

Glue and gelatin

0

17

Heavy engineering

5

18

Hospitals

1014

19

Hot mix plants

20

20

Hydrocarbons acid and its derivatives

0

21

Incineration plants

21

22

Industrial carbon including electrodes and graphite blocks, activated carbon, carbon black, land so on

7

23

Industrial or inorganic gases namely

(a) chemical gases: acetylene, hydrogen, chlorine, fluorine, ammonia, sulphur dioxide, ethylene, hydrogen sulphide, phosphine,

(b) hydrocarbon gaes: methane, butane, ethane, propane

9

24

Industry or process involving electroplating operations

281

25

Industry or process involving foundry operations.

4

26

Industry or process involving metal treatment or process such as

pickling, paint stripping, heat treatment, phosphating or finishing and so on

34

27

Lead re-processing  and manufacturing including lead smeling

165

28

Lime manufacturing

5

29

Lubricating oils, greases or petroleum-based products.

10

30

Milk processing and dairy products (integrated project)

69

31

Mining and or-beneficiation

12

32

Organic chemical manufacturing

67

33

Parboiled rice mills

149

34

Paints and varnishes (excluding blending/mixing)

16

35

Petroleum products manufacturing  and oil/crude oil/residues reprocessing

6

36

Phosphate rock processing plants

2

37

Phosphorous and its compounds

0

38

Photographic films and chemicals

0

39

Pigments and intermediates

21

40

Potable alcohol (IMFL) by blending or distillation of alcohol

0

41

Power generating plants (excluding DG sets)

24

42

Process involving chlorinated  hydrocarbons

36

43

Ship breaking

0

44

Slaughter Houses and meat processing industries

88

45

Steel and steel products including coke plants involving use of any of the equipment such as blast furnaces open furnace, induction furnace are furnace and so on, or any of the operations or process such as the treatment, acid pickling, roiling or galvanizing and so on

299

46

Stone crushers

845

47

Surgical and medical products involving prophylactics and latex

7

48

Synthetic detergent and soap

6

49

Synthetic fibre including rayon, tyre---cord, polyester  filament yarn

3

50

Synthetic resins

2

51

Synthetic rubber excluding moulding

6

52

Tobacco products including cigarettes and tobacco processing

4

53

Vegetable oils inlcuding solvent extracting oils, hydrogenated oils

40

54

Yarn and textile processing  involving scouring, bleaching, dyeing, printing, any effluent/ emission-generating process

379

 

Total

4133

 

 

 

Large medium Industry
 

Uttar Pradesh forming part of the great indo-Genetic plain in India, has been a bedrock of India civilization in past millennia. Endowed with rich resource, temperate climate and fertile agro climate agro climate conditions and subsidies, U.P.is the ultimate culmination of human endeavors in cultural, socio economic and religious fields.
The largest populated Indian state encompassing 9 present of the total area of the nation and with 16% of its total population; it presents a unique and comfortable blending of tradition with modernity. After creating a niche for itself in agricultural production (Green revolution) through successful adoption of latest farm techniques the State is fast racing towards becoming an industrial juggernaut. U.P. is the largest producer of sugarcane & potatoes in the country. U.P. is fuelling the industrialization drive, with sound policies on industries, export, mineral, electronic, forest, road, energy Biotechnology etc. sectors, it has an ever expending market of more then 140 million people, excellent training and 
R&D facilities and a large reservoir of skilled & semi-skilled and inexpensive workforce, a responsive and prompt public delivery system and above all an attractive package of incentives for promoting industrial growth. A part from the above, peaceful industrial relations climate empowered and experienced legal system is additionally a valuable attraction for the industry promoters. Indeed, U.P. is incomparable paradise for the enterprising.
 

U.P. Industrial and service sector policy 2004,has been introduced for promoting the small, medium and large industries and khdi and agro based industries under which all out efforts are being initiated for overall improvement of industrialization of the state. As per the proposed strategy envisaged in the new policy, following points deserve special mention :
 

  • to encourage private participation in industrial development.
  • to give attention for development of small village and cottage industries.
  • to promote exports.
  • to provide better law and order situation and secured industrial climate.
  • Creation of sensitive and responsive administrative machinery in the industries department for industrial growth.
  • To promote service sector.
  • Special incentive packages for industries.
  • Creation of conducive climate for industrial development.
  • IX stapes to be taken to attract new investment in the industrial sector Vis-à-vis converting sick and unproductive industrial unites in to profit generating ones.

 


Under the liberalization policy initiated since Aug 1991 by the govt. of India, U.P. registered highest number of IEMs (industrial entrepreneurial Memorandums) in the beginning. As. In SSI Sector, Noida and Gaziabad attracted more and more investment in heavy industries sector also and by March 2005, a total number 5584 proposals, with an investment of Rs. 109859.00 cr were recevide  which were capable of providing employment to 13.42 lakh people. These proposal include 5221 IEMs and 358 LOIs having proposed investment of Rs. 100084.00 crs. and   Rs. 9775.00crs. respectively.


In the agro sector, the State Government has established 4 agri report zones out which 2 for Mango, ONE for potato, and one for basmati rice has been approved by the Government of India. Some development. Zones for shahad, banana, awla and menthe hae also been notified. State Govt. is of the view that emphasis should be laid on diversification of agri based products and value added industries should be encouraged several scheme have been formulated for providing assistance to entrepreneurs for marketing these products.


Constant efforts are being made to encourage entrepreneurs who have received IEMs/LOIs. Fields officials have been sensitized to motivate young entrepreneurs to promote industrial climate in the state.
 

SCHEMES /PROGRAMME FOR 2006-07

In the light of new industrial policy and strategy adopted by the industrial development department the following schemes / programmes have been proposed for the year 2006-07.

Uttar Pradesh Development Council

 

In pursuance of the state cabinet decision date 7/10/2003 the state of Government of Uttar Pradesh has constituted the Uttar Pradesh Development council under the Chairmanship of Sri Amar Sing, the honorable M.P. to Suggest and find out ways for overall and integrated development of the state in general and for industrial development  in particular. Ever since, the inception the council held many meetings. As few of the major achievements made by U.P.D. Care given as under :


industrial Investment promotion scheme for attractive mega projects in the state has been launched by state Govt. on the recommendation of UPDC Energy policy, (Hi Tech) Housing policy. Industrial and service sector investment policy and Mineral policies have been declared by state Govt. on recommendation of U.P.D.C.


A power projects of reliance group with an investment of Rs.10000.00crs. having L500M.W. Capacity at Dadary in Ghaziabad District has also been taken up on the recommendation UPDC. It is hoped that the suggestions of the council will open a new vesta before the industrial scenario of the state. An outlay of Rs. 100.00lac is proposed for year 2005-06.
 

Agro Park Projects


Uttar Pradesh is an ideal place to reap rich harvests from the sunrise industry-Agro & Processed food industry. Uttar Pradesh, the largest producer of grains, mild an important producer of vegetable and other agri-produced in India, is endowed with fertile land of the gangetic plains,. the state is one of the leading vegetable and fruit producing states in India. UPSIDC has developed following  two agro Parks :
 

Agro Park-Barabanki :

  • Estimated Project Cost                             Rs. 1543.00Lakhs
  • Total Area                                                     Approx 180.00acres
     

Agro Park Varanasi :
 

  • Estimated Project Cost                             Rs. 2250.00Lakhs
  • Total Area                                                     Approx 261.2 acres



BARABANKI


The projects is located on Lucknow-Kursi Road, about 12Kms. From the state capital Lucknow in district Barabanki. the area of Agro Park is about 180 acres and estimated cost is 1543.00lacs. the proposed common facilities of the Agro Park includes Multi Chamber Controlled atmosphere Cold Storage. Quality Testing and Certification Laboratory, common facility building. Training center, Power distribution network and water supply etc. Ministry of Food processing industries, GOI has approved in principal, a grant of Rs. 4.00 crores for setting up common facilities Such as modern cold storage, Quality control lab power distribution net work and water supply etc. in these  Agro Park. An expenditure of Rs.1623.86Lakh has been incurred till Sept.,05. But due to paucity of fund, the development works are being suffered, Now Corpn. Need the budgetary support from state Govt. for the year 2006-07 which would be Rs. 1.00Cr.
 

VARANASI


The projects  is located on Varanasi-Jaunpur Road at about 30 KM from Vranasi. The area of Agro Park is about 261 acres and the estimated cost of project is Rs2250.00 lacs. The proposed common Facilities of the agro of park includes Multi Chamber controlled atmosphere cold storage, Quality testing & certification laboratory, Common Facility building, Training Centers, Power distribution net work and water supply etc. in these  Agro Park. An expenditure of Rs.1623.86Lakh has been incurred till Sept.,05. But due to paucity of fund, the development works are being suffered, Now Corpn. Need the budgetary support from state Govt. for the year 2006-07 which would be Rs. 1.00Cr.
 

Development of Growth Centers


Under the Growth centers Scheme of the G.O.I. the corporation is establishing the Growth centers in Jhansi, Shahjahanpur, Jainpur and Dibiapur. In Jhansi Growth Centers we have acquired 3085.04 acres and developed 230 Acres in Ist Phase. The expenditure incurred against Land, Power and development work Rs. 1087.49 lacs up to Sept. 05. in Shahjahanpur Growth center we have acquired and development 311.00Acres of land for Which Rs. 1059.36lacs has been incurred up to Sept. 05. in Jainpur Growth center  we have acquired and developed 331.00 Acres for which Rs. 2193.40 lacs has been incurred up to Sept. 05 and for Dibiapur Growth center we have acquired 246 Acres of land and development work has been started for which we have incurred Rs. 774.39lacs up to Sept. 05 an outlay of Rs. 400.00 lacs is proposed for the year 2006-07 as a state share.


Special Economic Zones (SEZ)


Since 1999, Govt. of  India has taken several steps to facilitate and boost exports and foreign direct investment in the country. Deptt. of commerce and industries of Govt. of India has announced a scheme to set up “Special Economic Zones (SEZ)” in the States under “Import and export policy” announced in year 2000-2001.

GOI has accorded in principal approval for establishing four SEZs in the state of U.P. at Kanpur, bhadohi, Gr. Noida and Moradabad. The acquisition of land for SEZ- Kanpur for 1217 acres and SEZ-Bhadophi for 546 acres are being done by UPSIDC. The acquisition of land for first phase is under process. M/s. firewood consultants Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi has submitted the techno economic feasibility report for Kanpur and bhadohi respectively. A sub committee has been formed for further necessary action based on instructions passed in the meeting under chief secretary on 20.07-05 and a time table has been framed for different works. An outlay of Rs.500.00 laces is proposed for the year 2006-07.
 

MORADABAD


GOI accorded formal approval for setting up SEZ Moradabad for handicrafts industries. UPSIDC has proposed to acquire around 470 acres of land in IST phase for growth centre/ SEZ out of which 419.338 acres of land has been acquired and possession has been taken. For IInd phase of SEZ the proposal for acquisition of 705 acres of land is in process. The provision of facilities like water, electricity, drainage, common facilities, container freight station, development commissioner/ custom/ banks/ post office, telephone exchange, police outpost, fire station, boundary wall, residential land, primary health center, restaurant, etc. are being made in the SEZ area. Custom deptt has notification after completion of development works in pocket-A of phase-I.

 

LUCKNOW INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (LIDA)


Government of U.P. has constituted Lucknow industrial development Authority (LIDA) vide its notification no. 1193/77-4-2005 -193 Bha/04 TC dated 28th July 2005 comprising of 49 village of Distt. Unnao. The Authority has been constituted under the U.P. industrial Area development Act, 1976. The managing director of UPSIDC has been appointed as the chief Executive Officer of LIDA. In addition to it, an additional Chief executive Officer has been appointed by the Government. The present status is as under :
 

  • The Office of LIDA has been functional at HIG, 64/65, Sector D, LDA Colony Kanpur road Lucknow.
  • It is proposed to acquire about 24,000 Hectare of land under LIDA. It is proposed to acquire about 2000 Acres of land in the first phase near Lucknow at village Natkur, Banthra-Sikandarpur, Kurauni and Miranpur-Pinwet along both of the sides of Lucknow-Kanpur road for which proposals of land acquisitions are being prepared.
  • It is proposed to get prepared the Sub Regional Plan & Master Plan of LIDA Through reputed consultants like School of Planning and Architecture and get down the Remote Sensing Survey through reputed consultants for which offers are being received.

 


U.P. Govt. has sanctioned loan of Rs.50.00Laces for the base capital of LIDA During the financial year 2005-06. an outlay of Rs. 200.00laces is proposed for the year 2006-07.
 

Main Agencies Involved in Industrial Development U.P. INVESTMENT CENTER of U.P.


U.P. State Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC) was setup in the state with the objective to act as a catalyst for promoting industrial Development in the State. To fulfill this Task, the Corporation has since evolved and implemented several promotional and development schemes for gearing up Industrial activities in the state. Presently, the following activities are being performed for furtherance of industrialization.
 

  • Development of industrial areas Equipped with all the necessary industrial environment.
  • Identification and Promotion for infrastructure related projects in Joint/Assisted Sector.
  • Execution of Civil Construction work for Public and Semi-Public or Organization on deposit basis.
  • Acquisition of land on Demand for Bigger projects.
  • Consultancy service in architecture and town planning of works.

 

In earlier years, corporation was developing the general industrial areas, Now integrated industrial townships, Special economic Zones and special projects are being developed in view of present State’s industrial policies.

Various scheme have been/are being administered in the manner which, along with giving a fillip to industrialization, is also conductive to attaining other important planks of the State industrial policy viz. orderly and balanced economic growth, broad basing of entrepreneurs and widening of industrial base, induction of high technology and repaid development of thrust/ priority industry segment etc. thus the corporation has been instrumental in advancing industrialization to a great deal is a readily evident from the spread of industrial area’s and phenomenally large no. of industries constituting a wide array of manufacturing sectors functioning in them. The major on going scheme are as follows : 
 

  • Special economic zones (SEZ)
  • Agro Park
  • Development of Growth Centers
  • Textile & Hosiery Park Rooma, Kanpur
  • Apparel Park for export, Tronics City, Gaziabad
  • Export promotion industrial Park, Greater Noida (GNEPIP)
  • Export promotion industrial Park, Agra
  • Tronics City, Gaziabad
  • Power generation and distribution projects Tronics City, Gaziabad
  • Leather technology Park (LTP) Banthar Unnao
  • Software technology Park, Kanpur (STPK)


Xth Plan Achievements


Major Sources of funds for UPSIDC have been the internal generation (Recovery from Industrial. Area’s and disinvestment of shares), however there were limited budgetary support from the state Govt. and central Govt. also. Total resource availability including budgetary assistance is projected at Rs. 1585 laces during the 10th plan. After accounting of opening balance of Rs.9170 laces, total fund availability is at Rs. 100755laces as against expenditure of 99898 laces.

All the above schemes will give a new friendly environment and offer pollution free industrialization and would also helpful to provide mass employment opportunities with optimum use of available resources in the state and would be helpful to achieve Industrial Growth rate. All the targets are being formulated in the annual action plan of the corporation. Corporation would be able to achieve the remaining targets of the Xth plan under the broad long terms objectives and vigorous efforts.
 

U.P. Financial Corporation (UPFC) Kanpur


U.P. financial Corporation was corporation was established in the year 1954 under the SFC’s Act 1951.the main aim of the corporation is to help the industrialization of the state by extending term lone and working capital term loans to green filed ventures. Corporation also extends loans to established industrial concerns for the modernization and expansion. Since inception, the corporation has given loans to around 41000 units aggregating to Rs. 3070.00 cores. (Out of this, around 25688 units have totally repaid their loans to the corporation). Thus total outstanding of the Corporation is approx Rs. 916.87cr.
 

Although the general recession has also hit industrial sector of the country, the corporation has been making all-out efforts to enhance the pace of industrial growth by attracting good entrepreneurs and quality investors for setting up their units in the state. For expenditure sanction of term loans to these entrepreneurs, the corporation has delegate the power of registration of loan application to its Regional Managers placed in 19 R.Os. Spread all over U.P. & Uttranchal. Business promotion meetings, chaired by GM/MD and other senior officers of the corporation,, are being organized every month in each regional office to reach industry at its door step. Vigorous efforts are being made for conversion of registration in to quality sanctions by effective transparent appraisal system.

Similarly, the Corporation has ensured the effective monitoring of the disbursement of loans through its follow –up department. This not only helps in checking the delays in disbursement of loans but also in scheduled implementation of the projects, leading to some interest recovery during current financial year as well. For effective monitoring from the stage of registration to the disbursement of loan, weekly progress is being reviewed.

In present economic scenario where industrial sector is hit by recession and various industrial units in small scale sector are finding it difficult to survive for several reasons, leading to increase in NPAs, it was necessary for the corporation to review and streamline its existing procedure for recovery of dues to ensure effective and close monitoring of all the chronic accounts, particularly NPA accounts.
 

THE PRADESHIYA INDUSTRIAL AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION OF U.P. (PICUP)

The pradeshiya industrial & investment corporation of U.P. Ltd, which is known as “PICUP” was established in the year 1972 and registered under the company’s Act 1956. The objective of PICUP is to promote medium and large scale industries in Uttar Pradesh by way of extending wide ranging financial and technical assistance.

Corporation has been decided to postpone new loan sanction up to the strengthening of financial position of the corporation. No loan has been sanctioned during the financial year 2003-04 against of Rs.1000.00 laces while in the same period, loans of Rs. 362.00 laces have been disbursed against a target of Rs. 3000.00laces.

Rs. 5447.88laces have been recovered during the financial year 2003-04 against a target of Rs.8800.00laces in the same period Rs. 2207.09 laces have been recovered as interest against a target of Rs. 3305.00laces.
 

No loan has been sanction and disbursed during the financial year 2004-05 &2005-06 but Rs. 3698.91laces have been recovered as a principal amount and Rs. 1674.90 laces has been recovered as an interest amount up to 31st March 2005. and Total amount Rs.622.00laces have been recovered up to sept. 2002 in the running period.
 

SATHARIYA INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (SIDA)


Satharia Industrial Development Authority (SIDA) is located at the distance of 47 km. for Jaunpur-Allahabad road at Machchalishahan tehsil of distt Jaunpur. It is one of the approved growth centers of Govt. of India; now functioning under the control of industrial development deptt of Govt. of U.P. this area is spread over in 508 acres of land, out of which 465 industrial plots have been developed over out of which 341 plots are allotted and 124 plots are vacant. 86 industrial units are in production and 80 units under construction.
 

GORAKPUR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITR (GIDA)


GIDA has been established for the integrated and planned development of eastern region, 76 villages have been notified as a regulated area by the U.P. Govt. under the U.P. industrial area development Act 1976.

According to development plan, 10,000 Acres of land of growth center and GIDA covering 76 notified revenue villages have been proposed to be developed in four stages. Earlier to GIDA covering 15 villages have been included in 76 villages of GIDA. GIDA has been authorized to develop sahajanawan growth center. A project report of Rs. 3491 laces has been approved by the central Govt. for this scheme.
 

NOIDA (New Okhla Industrial Development Authority)


Noida, the industrial citadel of Uttar Pradesh was established under the U.P. industrial Area Development Act. In 1976. It has been carefully developed to render the ‘one stop shop’ concept in its true sense which makes it perhaps the only integrated industrial Township of its kind in the country. It is set-up with a strong industrial base with a comprehensive development of all infrastructure viz.\Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Recreational and public amenities.
 

GREATER NOIDA


GNIDA is developing an area of about 12000 hectares into a modern integrated township and has completed its first phase of development. For the first phase planning has been done for 5000 hectares of land and for a population of 3 lakes in which laying down of infrastructure like roads, drinking water, power, drainage sewerage has been successfully completed.


GNIDA has chartered a master plan till 2021, approved by GNIDA board, which is awaiting clearance from the national capital region planning board. In phase-II during 2002-11, the area will extended to 12,000 hectares for a population of 6.5lakhs. by the time, third phase begins in 2021, the planned area will increase to 2000 hectares to house around 12 lakhs people.

Under the master plan for the year 2021, out of an area of 40,000 hectares, the authority has earmarked 25% for residential usage, 25% for green/ recreational activities,19% for industrial use and 6% for commercial usage.


Major achievements of 2005-06 and proposed targets for year 2006-07

Industrial : 

  • For the year 2005-06 against the target of 280 acres of land, 267.50 acres of has been allotted with probable receiving of 438 cores.
  • For the year 2006-07 against the target of 83.97 ha. of land there will be receipt of Rs. 89.68 cores.



Commercial : 

  • For the year 2005-06 against the target of 43 acres of land, we have received Rs.4.41 cores till date.
  • For the year 2006-07 against the target of 37.68 ha. of land there will be receipt of Rs. 284.85 cores.

 

Institutional :

  • For the year 2005-06 against the target of 380 acres of land, we have received Rs.73.21 cores till date.
  • For the year 2006-07 against the target of 52.11 ha. of land there will be receipt of Rs. 78.48 cores.


Residential : 

  • For the year 2005-06 against the target of 885 acres of land, we have received Rs.173.26 cores till date.
  • For the year 2006-07 against the target of 189.92 ha. of land there will be receipt of Rs. 663.93 cores.

 


It is, thus, expected that with the help of the above efforts there would be qualitative increase in industrial growth which would ultimately contribute to the strengthening of the economic health of the state.
 

Externally Aided Projects


The process of development in Uttar Pradesh has not gained the expected momentum mainly due to lack of resources. In a situation like this, externally aided projects are of vital importance towards increasing the state resources for development. Finance from external agencies is an important means, not only to raise urgently need of resources for targeted areas, but also to introduce enhanced level of professionalism and rigour in programmes management.

External aid constitutes an important source for financing sect oral and regional development programmes. Uttar Pradesh receives foreign aid in the shape of additional central assistance, through Govt. of India under bilateral assistance and assistance from multilateral donor agencies such as world bank, ADB, JBIC, OPEC and EEC etc. technical assistance provided by certain countries and organizations like WB, WHO,JICA and USAID for training of personnel, import of equipments for research projects, for project preparation etc. provide important input in conception and implementation of development projects.
 


Major Advantages of EAPs

  • In the center- state relation, transfer of funds to state consists of four component viz :
  • transfer of funds as per finance commission’s recommendation, which are fixed for five years;
  • central assistance, which is fixed as per Gadgil formula;
  • small saving lone, which is fixed at 75% of the amount deposited by the state;
  • additional central assistance, which is fixed for EAPs.


It shows that flexibility exits only in the area of ACA in augmenting the state resources. It may be noted that prior to acceptance of the recommendations of the twelfth finance commission by govt. of India, one major advantage with additional central assistance was that of total amount received, only 70% was to be paid back, rest 30% was grant better performance in EAPs meant more disbursement by the donor, resulting in more ACA to the state . thus the state could take the advantage of having externally aided projects which would augment the State resource for financing its annul plan.

However, from the current financial year, it has been decided by Govt. of India that funds received under EAP would be transferred to the states by the central Govt. on the same terms and condition as that made available by the donor. Thus, while States stand to gain if they receive soft loans like IDA from the world Bank, they stand to lose if they go in for the costlier IBRD loans which carry a higher interest rate and a shorter repayment period.
 

Annual Plan 2006-2007


During recently held meeting with Yojna Ayog in New Delhi, an outlay of Rs. 1054.85 crore with a reimbursable portion of Rs. 854.00 crore has been earmarked for the state for the year 2006-07 for projects of Irrigation, Road, Agriculture and health etc. a strategy has been prepared by the concerned departments for timely achievement of targets.
 

Main Ongoing Projects


Uttar Pradesh Sodic Land Reclamation Project-II



Uttar Pradesh sodic Land reclamation Projects-II seeks to increase agriculture productivity by reclaiming sodic land. The main components of the projects are : 
 

  • The on-farm development and land reclamation component address the need for beneficiary-lead on farm reclamation in sodic soil areas of the state. Active community participation and well coordinated Government intervention are critical elements in the project.
  • The rehabilitation and maintenance of main drain components will improve the drain network, which will have positive environmental impact.
  • Technology dissemination will establish a community based demand driven system for technology Dissemination in the projects area.
  • Up gradation of to & from to market roads will take up the rural contribution in areas where sodic land is being reclaimed.
  • Human resource development and institutional capacity building of support services will have focus on staff training and institutional strengthening in the Panchyaats, NGO’s and existing Government agencies.
  • Adaptive research will verify and refine the available technologies to suit the specific needs of local farmers and boring about sustainable increase in productivity.



UP Bhumi Sudhar Nigam is Implementing the WB aided sodic-II project from the year 1999-2000. the total cost of the project is Rs.1469.46 crore in which Go UP share is Rs. 230.19 crore beneficiary share is Rs. 250.13 crore and IDA share is Rs. 989.14 crore. Against the target of 1.50 Laces ha of sodic land Reclamation, work has been completed in 1.56 laces ha area by the end of year 2004-05. the year wise work plan proposed for extension phase is given below :
 


 

Year

Physical Target

Financial Target

Reimbursement

2005-06

20000 ha

Rs. 165.18 Cr

Rs. 100.00 Cr

2006-07

10000 ha

Rs 36.12 Cr

Rs.61.15 Cr

2007-08

0

Rs.9.26 Cr

Rs. 7.64 Cr

Total

30000 ha

Rs. 28.56 Cr

Rs.205.05 Cr




During the year 2005-06 against a target of 20,000 ha sodic land reclamation, an area of 20027 ha has been reclaimed with an expenditure of Rs. 93.42 crore . the reimbursable amount is Rs 78.80 crore.

The proposed outlay is Rs.74.92 crore for the year 2006-07 in which the reimbursable amount is Rs. 61.15 crore .
 

Uttar Pradesh health systems development project


The aim of the project is to develop an appropriately managed health system, through the delivery of effective service stemming from policy reform, institutional and human resources development in addition to investment on health service, the main components of the project are :

Developing a strategic management capacity, through formulation an d review of health system performance, and the establishment of drug policy, public private partnership, main power activities as well as pursuing policy, reform analysis and research in health sector.
 

Improving the quality of clinical practice in public health service and access to health service. Programmes and services will focus on disease prevention an health need.

For the year 2006-07 an outlay of Rs. 62.00 crore is proposed, out of which Rs. 50.84 crore is reimbursable amount from World Bank.

An action plan has been prepared for the extension period of 02 years for Rs. 167.57 crore including the technical suggestions of World Bank year wise Break-up is as under :
 

               Year2006               Rs.91.56 crore
               Year2007               Rs.75.859 crore


Uttar Pradesh State Road Project-II

Government of Uttar Pradesh has taken up the up gradation of nearly 100Km. of important high ways and district roads and major maintenance rehabilitation of another 2500Km. length under this project. The project is being implemented in two phases. In addition to this four bye passes and 05 no. of missing major bridges will also be constructed.

The total project cost is Rs. 2952.00 crore (World Bank share-Rs.2342 crore and GoUP share –Rs.610 crore) and project period is 5½ years.

The financial progress of the project is as under :
 

  • Expenditure (2004-05)                                    Rs. 365.50 crore
  • Target of 2005-06                                             Rs. 404.76 crore
  • Expenditure up to Sept. 2005                        Rs. 93.00 crore
  • Cumulative Expenditure                                 Rs. 458.00 crore

 

Uttar Pradesh Water Sector Restructuring Project

  • The main objective of water sector of reform project are :
  • To increase productivity of water
  • To increase and sustain agricultural productivity
  • To increase the living standard of poors
  • Project to positively impact about 47,000 farms families in the to sub-basins.
  • Improvement in voice various groups including woman
  • Project will create about 22,000 farms jobs per year.
  • The project commenced on 27.03.2002 and its completion date is 31.10.2007. Total project cost is approximately Rs. 819.31 crore.
     

Uttar Pradesh Diversified Agriculture Support Project-II


The proposed project would cover all 70 district in the State (32phase I district from the first UPDASP, and 38 new phase II districts) with the project Pursuing intensive involvement of agriculture and horticulture activities in 38 district, dairy development, animal husbandry Mandy, fisheries and food processing interventions in all seventy district. The project activities would be grouped into two components :
 

  • 1.promoting intensification and Diversification of agricultural Production – by making extension and adaptive researching more relevant and accessible to formers, encouraging the development and introduction of more effective agricultural production system and reducing the risk associated with change  especially for small operators.
  • 2.Increasing farmer Access to expanding market Opportunities – by improving the relevance of market information and regulatory framework, improving supply chain management, increasing market infrastructure and making management more responsive to farmers needs, and promoting private sector investment in agribusiness.