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GOVERMENT OF MAHARASHTRA,
DIRECTORATE OF INDUSTRIES
Vision -2020 Document

DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRE,


AURANGABAD-431005

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MISSION
THRUST ON
INDUSTRIES
MANUFACTURING & TOURISM

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INDEX
Chapter No.

Topics

Chapter 01

Introduction/Exclusive Summary

Chapter 02

SWOT Analysis

Chapter 03

Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives

Chapter 04

Indicators

Chapter 05

Program of Action

Chapter 06

Financial Implications & Action plan

Page No.
4

(work in progress)

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CHAPTER 01
PREAMBLE
Synonymous with the world famous heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora Caves,
Aurangabad is a city still uniquely steeped in tradition, yet taking its tentative steps to
words the new economy. Part of the original Nizam state of Hyderabad, Aurangabad
along with the six other districts of Marathwada were merged with Maharashtra after the
1960 reorganization of states, by virtue of having a major Marathi speaking population
ECONOMY
There is evidence to believe that Aurangabad was developed as a trading hub
four centuries ago. It lies on a major trade route that used to connect north-west Indias
sea and land ports to the Deccan region.
INDUSTRY
The city was a major silk and cotton textile production centre. A fine blend of
silk with locally grown cotton was developed as Himroo textile. Much of the silk
Industry has vanished over time, but some manufacturers have managed to keep the
tradition alive. Paithani silk saris are also made in Aurangabad. The name of this cloth is
derived from Paithan town.
In 1889 a cotton-spinning and weaving mill was erected in Aurangabad city,
which employed 700 people. With the opening of the Hyderabad-Godavari Valley
Railways in the year 1900 several ginning factories were started. In the Jalna alone there
were 9 cotton-ginning factories and 5 cotton-presses, besides two ginning factories at
Aurangabad and Kannad, and one oil-press at Aurangabad. The total number of people
employed in the cotton-presses and ginning factories in the year 1901 was 1,016.
Until 1960, Aurangabad languished as a city, remaining as industrially backward.
In 1960, the region of Marathwada was merged with Maharashtra. This was the time
when the industrial development of the Marathwada region began, propelled through
designated backward area benefits. And it was only when the Maharashtra Industrial
Development Corporation (MIDC) began acquiring land and setting up industrial estates

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that it began to grow. Aurangabad is now classic example of efforts of state government
towards balanced industrialization of state.
Some of the well known names are: Videocon, Garware, Ajanta Pharma, AMRI,
Glenmark, Lupin, wipro, orchid pharma, Endurance systems, Rucha Eng, Indo German
Tool Room, Ceekay daikin Ltd, Csmos Films, NRB bearings, Hindalco-Almex
Aerospace, Can-pack India, Varroc, Dagerforst , FriogoriFico Allana, Nath Seeds.
Many firms have their manufacturing bases in Aurangabad in the sectors of
automotive and auto components pharmaceuticals and breweries, consumer durables,
plastic processing, aluminum processing, agriculture and biotech Among Pharmaceutical
there is Recombinant Insulin Manufacturing plant of Wockhards ( Wockhardt Biotech
Park ) in Aurangabad, which is Largest Biopharmaceutical plant in India. Aurangabad
also has 5 star hotels like ITC Welcomgroups The Rama International, The Ajanta
Ambassador, The Taj Residence, The Lemontree (formerly the president Park) and the
Aurangabad Gymkhana, Vits etc.
The Shendra, Chikalthana and Waluj MIDC Industrial Areas are prominent
industrial zones on the outskirts of the city, with various major multinational groups
having set up manufacturing or processing plant in and around the city.
LOCAL ARTS
Paithani Textiles: The Paithani saris from Paithan are considered to be priced
possession by one and all. One can get an opportunity to witness this age old art of
weaving Paithani saris. The yarn used is of pure silk and the zari or gold threads drown
from pure gold.
Mashru and Himroo:
Aurangabad is famous for Mashru and Himroo fabrics made of cotton and silk
with the luster of satin. Himru is an age-old weaving craft, and was originally known as
kum khuab.

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CHAPTER 02

SWOT ANALYSIS
S- STRENGTH :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Historical background of the District useful for Foreign Investor.


Tremendous scope for ancillarisation of industries Especially in Engineering
Units.
Middle in India.
Well communication system available.
Well Transportation Connectivity available i.e. Road, Rail & air, with all over
the Nation.
A strong young first Generation Entrepreneurs in Aurangabad.
Skilled & unskilled man power Available at very Low cost.
Good dealer network & logistic facility is Available.
Educational Intuition like ITI/Engg. College/IGTR/ CIPET/ MCED to facilitate
& good support To industries.
Due to major financial institute running in Aurangabad, finance is made easily
available to the Industries.

W-WEAKNESS

Poor Entrepreneurship Development.


Poor Water Supply System.
Improper maintenance of available Infrastructure
Lack of coordination with different Govt. Depts.
Inadequate Working Capital from F.I. & higher rate of interest.
R & D / Technology up gradation Facilities are not available.
Low level of Business exports
Lack of Vision
Awareness Camps/seminars are not organized so frequently.
High level of skilled man power is not available.

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O-OPPORTUNITIES :
MIDC has plan to develop Additional MIDCs in the region which creates good
opportunities for industries.
Cluster development programme of Central Govt. boost for creation of jobs /
skilled & unskilled man power.
Expansion project of CIPET is playing vital roll for plastics mfg in the region.
DMIC Project develops the Region.
Scope for tourism due to Historical background.
Major Investment & Job creation due to State Govt. Mega Project policy.
Wide Scope for retail sector.
T-THREATS:

Shortage of Power.
Labour policy to be reviewed.
Pollution (17th rank district)
Non availability of Agriculture Labour
Dependency on large scale Industries for ancillary Industries.
High costing of Industrial land.
Labour union problems.

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CHAPTER 03
VISION MISSION, GOALS ANDOBJECTIVES
Fundamental basic assumptions in the Visioning Exercise.
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT IN INDUSTRIES SECTOR AND
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES.
QUANTITATIVE ACTION SUCH AS INCREASE IN THE
INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES TO PROVIDE TO THE INDUSTRILIAST.
QUALITATIVE ACTIONS SUCH AS FILLING, EDUCATION &
QULIFICATION OF FACULTY.
QUALITATIVE ACTION SUCH AS ENHANCING INFRASTRUCTURE &
OTHER NEED BASED FACILITIES.
Benchmark
AURANGABAD AS A PREFERRED DESTINATION
NORM AND STANDARDS
ESSENTIAL FACILITIES TO BE PROVIDED
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENARIO
WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES TO THE
INDUSTRIAL UNITS.

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VISION
TO DEVELOP A DISTRICT AS A WORLD CLASS INDUSTRIAL HUB BY
DEVELOPING GLOBALLY COMPETATOVE AND QUALITY PRODUCT
THROUGH MSME AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES MAY BE
PROVIDED THROUTH

ENHANCING THE QUALITY INDUSTRIEAL

PRODUCT AT PAR WITH WORLD STANDARDS & THERBY CONTRIBUTE


TO THE
OVERALL

SOCIAL, ECONOMICAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH &


INDUSTRIAL

DEVELOPMENT

OF

THE

DISTRICT

AURANGABAD.
Developmental Objectives
INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
i.

The widest possible dissemination of Industrial development to


the young Entrepreneurs of the district

ii.

To match the quality products and standard to the National and


international norms

iii.

To design courses in consonance with newer developments in


various disciplines as also the needs of business and industry

iv.

To equip institutions of higher education with latest tools,


apparatus and infrastructural facilities

v.

To encourage quality research at par with international standards

vi.

To provide overall facilities to development of industrialists so as


to enable them to meet a variety of challenges in all walks of life
and competitive word.

vii.

To provide common facilities through various schemes of Govt.


of India like ICDP,

viii.

As a whole total economical growth of the industrialist, new


young entrepreneurs.

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CHAPTER 4 INDICATORS
1.

NO. OF MSME UNITS REGISTERED DURING LAST TEN YEARS.

Year

No. of units
Registered.

2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10

1615
1793
1938
2109
2284
2504
2785
3059
3233
3405

2.

NO. Of Employment
Generated.

Investment made Rs.


In lakhs.

14393
16144
17594
19175
19355
21349
23814
25784
35221
36871

16093
18315
19441
21475
23958
25936
28604
30619
36311
40486

TOTAL NO. OF IEM.(LARGE ENTERPRISES ), IN AURANGABAD


DISTRICT.

Year
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10

No. of units

NO. Of Employment

Registered.

Generated.

123
131
143
150
164
170
172
179
191
195

50645
58460
59085
62055
67526
69871
70652
73779
78624
80500

Investment made Rs. In


cr.
4645.46
4975.23
5419.71
5692.13
6193.95
6409.02
6480.71
6767.47
7211.94
7384.00

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3. MAJOR PRODUCTWISE SMALL ENTERPRISES DIST. AURANGABAD


Year
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10

Engineering Rubber &


Plastic
938
270
965
276
1003
285
1022
303
1041
338
1053
347
1071
352
1132
367
1240
384
1275
397

Printing
Offset
131
138
147
153
163
168
171
176
182
188

Paper
Products
119
126
131
136
142
148
150
154
160
179

Food Products
34
41
51
57
66
74
77
86
103
108

4. MAJOR PRODUCTWISE LARGE ENTERPRISES (IEM) DIST.


AURANGABAD

Year
M-01

Engineer Food
ing
Products &
Beverages
28
6

Mfg. of
Machinery &
Equipments
28

Mfg. of
Rubber &
Plastic
8

Mfg. of
Pharma /
Chemical
23

M-02

29

30

25

M-03

32

33

10

25

M-04

34

35

11

27

M-05

37

36

11

27

M-06

39

38

13

29

M-07

42

41

13

31

M-08

44

10

43

15

33

M-09

45

10

43

16

35

M-10

48

11

46

17

36

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5. DETAILS OF MSME AND LARGE ENTERPRISES AT A GLANCE


Type
MSME

Large
Enterprises

Indicator

Aurangabad

Maharashtra

No.
Employment

3405
36871

151495
1188181

Investment(lac)

40486

No.

525(195)

6627

Employment

80500

836265

Investment (cr)

7384

147443

6. SOCIO ECONOMIC INDICATORS


FACTORY
STATISTICS
No of
working
factories
per Lac
population

Aurangabad

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ECONOMIC CENSUS

Average
No. Of establishment
daily
per Lac population
factory
employmen
t per Lac
population
Rural
Urban Total
1568

257
5

Maharashtra

29

1229

554
5

362
9

Rural

Urban

55

128

37
39

95

459
7

Employment in
establishment per lac
population

40

72

55

844
8

76
07

Total

149
64

108
53

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7. REVISED SEED MONEY SCHEME:


Eligibility: Min 7th Pass, Age 18-50 years, Domiciled of Maharashtra
Conditions: I/S/B activities covered, project cost upto Rs 25 Lac (75% by Bank, 15%
by DIC, 10% by borrower) Rate of Interest 6% ( Moratorium period for industrial
activity 3 to 7 years )
Existing
Revised Seed Money Scheme
1800
1600
Number of Units Established

1400
1200
1000

Seed Money Involved (Rs. in Lacs)

800
600
Employment Generated

400
200
0
M-01 M-02 M-03 M-04 M-05 M-06 M-07 M-08 M-09 M-10

8. PRIME MINISTER EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME:


Eligibility: Age above 18 years, No income limit, 8th pass (for above 10 Lac project
cost for industrial activity)
Conditions: Industrial activity to be promoted, Project cost up to 25 lac, Margin money
will be 15% for urban, 25% for rural and for SC/ST/OBC/Minority/Women/ ExServiceman/ Physically Challenged margin money will be 25% for Urban & 35% for
rural

Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme

400
350
Number of Unit Established

300
250
Margin Money Involved (Rs. In Lacs)

200
150
100

Employment Generated

50
0
M-01 M-02 M-03 M-04 M-05 M-06 M-07 M-08 M-09 M-10

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9. DIC LOAN SCHEME


Eligibility: Applicable for rural artisans, No age and Education limit
Conditions: Project Cost upto 2 lacs, Bank loan 75%, DIC margin money 20% (if SC/ST
margin money will be 30%)
DIC Loan Scheme
200
180
160

Number of Unit Established

140
120
DIC Loan Amount (Rs. in Lacs)

100
80
60

Employment Generated

40
20
0
M-01 M-02 M-03 M-04 M-05 M-06 M-07 M-08 M-09 M-10

10. ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME


Eligibility: Minimum 7th pass, age limit 18 to 35 years, Should not be bank defaulter

Entrepreneurship Development Training Programme

4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0

4066
3032
2204

60

M-01

120

M-02

231

494

M-03

M-04

922

1071

M-05

M-06

1131

M-07

M-08

M-09

M-10

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11. MEGA PROJECTS IN THE DISTRICT


As per the Package scheme of Incentives 2007 policy Mega Projects defines as Industrial
projects with investment more than Rs.500 Crores or generating employment for more
than 1000 persons in A & B area or investment more than Rs.250 Crores or generating
employment for more than 500 persons in the rest of Maharashtra. As per the policy
there are four Mega Projects is in existence in Aurangabad District which are as follows.
1. M/s. Can-Pack India Pvt. Ltd., Plot No.

L-18/19/25/28,MIDC, Waluj

Aurangabad, having Investment of Rs.550 Crores for Mfg. of Beverages Cans &
generated 150 employment.
2. M/s. Verroc Engineering Pvt.Ltd., Plot No.
Investment of Rs.153 Crores for Mfg. of

E-4, MIDC Waluj Aurangabad having

Automotive electrical & Engineering items

& generated 673 employment.


3. M/s. Good Year South Asia Tyres Ltd. Plot No.

H-18, MIDC Waluj , Aurangabad

having Investment of Rs.226.35 Crores for Mfg. of Tyres & generated 250
employment.
4. M/s. Siemens Rolling Stock Pvt.Ltd. Plot No.A-1 &

A-2, MIDC Shendra

Aurangabad having Investment of Rs.150 Crores for Mfg. of Railway Transpotation


Equipment & generated 100 employment.

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12. EXISITING INFRASTRUCTURE DIST. AURANGABAD


Location

Area in

No. of Plots Indus. +

No. of Units

Hectors

Comm. + Shed

Functioning

MIDC Rly. Station

34.95

81+6+46=133

128

MIDC Chikalthana

633.18

755+92+108=955

794

MIDC Waluj

1521.99

1614+541+1119=3274

3032

MIDC Paithan

285.51

246+60+30=336

76

MIDC Shendra

902.88

456+51+294=801

35

436.18

81

----

MIDC Vaijapur (Growth


Center)
MIDC Khultabad (Growth
Center)

4.22

----

13. STATUS OF EDUCATED UNEMPLOYED DIST. AURANGABAD

45000
40000
35000
30000
25000
20000
15000
10000
5000
0

42434
38802

8285
5845

SSC

HSC

ITI

1283
DIP. ENG.

3027
DIP.
OTHERS

2048
G. ARTS G. COMM.

2121
G. SCI

1100
G. ENGG.

2215
G.
OTHERS

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14. REVENUE UNDER SALES TAX / VAT / P. TAX FROM SMALL AND
MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
Year

Sales Tax & Vat from

Professional Tax

Mfg. SSI/Medium

Rs. In Cr.

Expected Growth

Interprises Rs. In Cr.


2001-02

143.862

220.980

15%

2002-03

148.968

226.549

15%

2003-04

183.951

223.744

15%

2004-05

227.423

239.691

15%

2005-06

296.125

253.531

15%

2006-07

444.888

276.321

15%

2007-08

534.794

300.536

15%

2008-09

571.792

306.551

15%

2009-10

687.465

332.409

15%

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CHAPTER 5: PROGRAM OF ACTION


FOCUS ON INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT
Establishing, Improving Technical Training Institutes, ITIs,

Entrepreneurship

Development Centers. Transparent Policies. Supporting Infrastructure Development


like Road, Electricity, Disposal of Solid Waste, Sanitation etc. Beautification in and
around Industrial Belt

Single Point Clearance. Setting of Transportation infrastructure

like Depot for Trucks Road side amenities for Truck Drivers like improved
Lodges, Toilets, Food Plazas etc.
Cluster Development
Leads to Capacity Buildings
Skills Development
Technology Up gradation
Marketing Support
Setting up of Common Facilities
Research & Development
1. PROJECTED UP TO 2020 YEAR WISE GROWTH OF MSME
REGISTRATION
Year
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20

No. of
units
Registered.
3650
4000
4400
4900
5500
6000
6600
7300
8100
9000

NO. Of
Employment to be
Generated.
39000
43000
47000
52000
58000
65000
72000
79000
87000
95000

Investment to be made
Rs. In lakhs.
44000
49000
55000
61000
68000
77000
85000
92000
98000
105000

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2. UP TO 2020 YEAR WISE GROWTH OF LARGE ENTERPRISES


Year

NO. Of
Employment to be
Generated.
80500

Investment to be made
Rs. In lakhs.

2010-11

No. of
units
Registered.
195

2011-12

208

92000

8975

2012-13

220

104000

9693

2013-14

236

116000

10440

2014-15

252

130000

11488

2015-16

270

145000

12565

2016-17

290

157000

13642

2017-18

310

172000

15437

2018-19

330

182000

16514

2019-20

343

195000

17950

8185

3. MAJOR PRODUCTWISE SMALL ENTERPRISES DIST. AURANGABAD


Year

Engineering Rubber &


Plastic

Printing
Offset

Paper
Products

Food
Products

2010-11

1285

409

200

191

123

2011-12

1299

424

215

205

143

2012-13

1313

442

235

223

168

2013-14

1329

464

259

245

196

2014-15

1347

489

287

271

228

2015-16

1367

517

319

301

264

2016-17

1392

547

354

335

304

2017-18

1422

579

392

373

348

2018-19

1454

614

434

415

396

2019-20

1489

652

482

463

448

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4. MAJOR PRODUCTWISE LARGE ENTERPRISES (IEM) DIST.


AURANGABAD
Year

Engineering

Food

Mfg. of

Mfg. of

Mfg. of

Products &

Machinery &

Rubber &

Pharma /

Beverages

Equipments

Plastic

Chemical

M-11

48

11

46

17

36

M-12

51

11

48

18

37

M-13

53

13

51

18

39

M-14

55

13

54

20

41

M-15

59

16

59

23

45

M-16

63

16

65

25

49

M-17

67

19

71

27

52

M-18

73

19

75

30

55

M-19

78

20

78

31

58

M-20

83

21

81

32

61

5. REVISED SEED MONEY SCHEME:

4500
4000
3500
Number of Units will be Established

3000
2500

Seed Money Involved (Rs. in Lacs)

2000
1500

Employment Generation

1000
500
0
M-11 M-12 M-13 M-14 M-15 M-16 M-17 M-18 M-19 M-20

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6. PRIME MINISTER EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME:

4000
3500
3000

Number of Unit will be Established

2500
Margin Money Involved (Rs. In Lacs)

2000
1500

Employment Generated

1000
500
0
M-11 M-12 M-13 M-14 M-15 M-16 M-17 M-18 M-19 M-20

7. DIC LOAN SCHEME

1000
900
800

Number of Unit will be Established

700
600
DIC Loan Amount (Rs. in Lacs)

500
400
300

Employment Generated

200
100
0
M-11 M-12 M-13 M-14 M-15 M-16 M-17 M-18 M-19 M-20

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8. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME

16000
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0

13000

14000

12000
10000

11000

9000
8000
6000

7000

5000

M-11

M-12

M-13

M-14

M-15

M-16

M-17

M-18

M-19

M-20

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9. INDUSTRIAL CLUSTER SCENARIO DISTRICT AURANGABAD


Location

Name of

Activity

Scheme

Waluj

IIUS

MIDC

Auto

Name

No. of

Project

Special

Units will

of

Purpose

be

Cluster

vechile

Benefited

CMIA

1000

Component

Status

Rs. 80

First installment of

Cr.

GOI grant in aid is


released

Waluj

MSECDP

MIDC

Auto

MASSIA

200 unit

Component

Rs. 15

SPV Formed

Cr.

awaited MIDC
land

Chikalthana

MSECDP

MIDC

Offset /

Aurangabad

Flexo

mudrank

Printing

sungh

80 units

Rs. 18

Soft Intervention

Cr.

Sanction Land is
not allotted

printing
cluster
Chikalthana

MSECDP Gen. Eng.

MIDC

Chikalthana

MSECDP

MIDC

Tiny

250 units

Rs. 25

Machine

Industries

Cr.

Spare Parts

Eng. &

for Micro

Allied

Unit

Cluster

Plastic

Yet not

To Be

To Be

Moulded &

Defined

Projected

Projected

Himroo

Yet not

To Be

To Be

Shawl

Defined

Projected

Projected

Proposed

Extrusion
Articles
Chikalthana
MIDC

MSECDP

Proposed

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10. PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE DIST. AURANGABAD

Sr.

Area

No.

HectorsR

Shendra

813.69

Gandheli
(SEZ)
Additional
Waluj
Devgon
(Rangari)
Bidkin

2763.21

3
4
5

Status

343.68
36.49
2363.829

Land acquisition of village Ladgaon & Karmad is under


progress
Regarding purchase of Land initiative to be taken by
M/s
Videcoon Company & it in progress
Meeting of Land owner & MIDC official regarding Land
acquisition is in Progress
Under Land acquisition, transfer of Govt. Land to MIDC is in
Progress
Regarding Land acquisition, Chapter 6 notification published

11. SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ)


As per the Central Government SEZ Policy there are 5 special economic Zones are
approved and work is in progress in Aurangabad district. Which are as follows :
Aluminum SEZ (MIDC SENDRA)
The MIDC has allotted 110.31 Hectors Land in MIDC Shendra Aurangabad to
M/s. Hindalco Almex Aurospace Ltd. for Aluminum SEZ & the work is in Progress.
Wockhardt Pharmaceutical SEZ (MIDC SENDRA)
The MIDC has allotted 107 Hectors Land in MIDC Shendra Aurangabad to
M/s. Wockhardt Ltd. for Pharmaceutical SEZ & the work is in Progress.
Ajantha Project India. SEZ (MIDC SENDRA)
The MIDC has allotted 100 Hectors Land in MIDC Shendra Aurangabad to M/s.
Ajantha Projects India Ltd. for Pharmaceuticals SEZ & the work is in Progress.
Glen mark Pharma Ltd. SEZ (MIDC SENDRA)
The MIDC has allotted 11.89 Hectors Land in MIDC Shendra Aurangabad to
M/s. Glen mark Pharma Ltd. for Pharmaceuticals SEZ & the work is in Progress.
Bajaj Auto Ltd. SEZ (MIDC SENDRA)
The MIDC has allotted 100 Hectors Land in MIDC Waluj Aurangabad to M/s.
Bajaj Ltd. for Automobile SEZ & the work is in Progress.

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12. UDYOG SETU


Objective:
To establish new industries, give information & guidance regarding:

Various rules & regulations of Govt.

Various incentive schemes.

Permission required from Govt./Semi Govt. Institutes

Clearance certificates.

Various services as per need of applicant.

All above services at one counter & within predetermined time limit.

Services will be provided by Udyog Setu


Services of Directorate of Industries / DIC
Services of MIDC
Services of MPCB
Services of MSEDCL
Services of Labour Dept.
Services of Sales Tax Dept.
Services of Other Depts.
Note: Services of DIC already started through Udyog Setu on Trial basis

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13. DELHI MUMBAI INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR DMIC


DMIC Project

Agenda:
Part 1: The Four Delineations
Dighi Port Industrial Area
Shendra (Aurangabad)Mega Industrial Park
Dhule Mega Industrial Park
Nashik Investment Region

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Part 2: Area Delineations and


Concept Plan

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References:
1. Database of District Industries Centre regarding MSME, Large enterprises
2. database of Directorate of Industries regarding Mega Projects, SEZs
3. MIDC office information regarding existing and proposed MIDC
infrastructure and DMIC
4. Employment Self Employment data from Assistant Director employment
and self employment
5. Maharashtra Economic survey 2009-10
6. Sales tax information from Assistant Commisioner Sales tax
7. Suggestions from committee members, industrialist, experts

THANK YOU..................

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