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                                        PART-A

                                     CHAPTER-1

                                 INTRODUCTION
1.1 PREAMBLE

           Periyapatna Taluk is one of the seven taluks in the district. The taluk
is very much in proximate to the state capital Bangalore. The district is
basically an agrarian economy. The Industry stands second in providing a
sustainable employment to the educated unemployed persons the Industry also
provides employment to semi- skilled and also unskilled persons. The
Industrial Development Plan of Mysore taluk / district has been undertaken at
the behest of the Commissioner for Industrial Development and Director of
Industries, who are launching their Perspective Plan for Development of Small
Scale Industries for the next 5 years.

1.2 The Objectives of the study

    i.         To assess the availability of men and material resources for
               Industrial development. And also to study the present utilization of
               men and material resources, to harness them for the overall
               industrial development .
    ii.        To study the existing available & utilization of logistics provided
               by the state & to outline a road map for removing the present
               bottlenecks and to provide additional facilities if necessary
    iii.       To study the existing industrial scenario and to provide workable
               guidelines for sustainable development of MSMEs in the taluk /
               district.
    iv.        Since, the taluk is not industrially advanced the present study has
               provided more of micro type of Industries.

1.3 Scope of the Study

           The scope of the study covers the present utilization of resources
           available in the taluk / district, present status of the existing Industries in
           the taluk. To provide necessary insight into removing the bottlenecks in
           harnessing the resources availability.




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1.4 Discalimer

       The data available from the relevant Government Publications have
        been adopted for the study
       Data obtained from various Government Departments /
        Organizations are analyzed to form the basis for the Taluk Industrial
        Perspective Plan.
       Wherever a particular data was not available, appropriate trends
        projections / estimates were made based on the growth /
        development and adopted in the Report.
       The report is for general guidance of entrepreneurs, the Department
        of Industries and Commerce and other developmental agencies.
       Investment opportunities have been suggested taking into
        consideration the viability/availability of men & material resources
        besides other exogenous & endogenous factors. However, any
        entrepreneur desirous of setting up an enterprise is advised to study
        the pros & cons before venturing into investment.

1.5 The Structure of the Report

      The report is structured as suggested by the Commissioner of Industries
      and Commerce during the meeting held with the agencies concerning
      the preparation of the draft report.

      The report is divided into two parts. Part - A provides information on
      Structured industrial development of the taluk/ district and action plan
      for implementing the development plans of the industries.

      The Part – B provides statistical information demography, geographical
      structure of the districts to taluk, resource endowment infrastructural
      facilities, existing industrial base, SWOT analysis, Central and State
      Government schemes etc.




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                                   CHAPTER-2

                INVESTMENT OPPURTUNITIES
2. IDENTIFIED INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES – DEVELOPMENT OF
MICRO & SMALL ENTERPRISES YEAR WISE 2006-2011

Exploitation of local resources including human skill etc., is considered as
sine-qua-non of economic development. In this process, development of micro
enterprises at the village level economy is considered paramount as these could
be blossomed and graduated into small scale and large scale units further.
Establishment of these industries at the village level act as a touching factor
providing the necessary “Demonstration Effect” to the local people and adding
value to the agriculture and horticulture produce to a large extent. Further,
development of these micro enterprises, since it is designed to meet the local
demand and also providing a means of livelihood to the rural people it acts as a
deterrent factor to rural exodus. Against this background, the list of products
for development with low investment, is identified (resource based industries
covered under respective topics) and the rural artisans and other can avail these
information for setting up the enterprises in their respective location.

      These ventures could also be set up under any one of the very many
schemes introduced at the district level such as Swarnajyanthi gram
Swarozgar, Vikasini, Udyogini, Chaithanya & Swallambana, PMRY etc.




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     INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN PERIYAPATNA
                 TALUK 2006 - 2007
SL.                                    No.   of Total      Total      Power
NO.                                    Units    Invest     Employ     Require
                              Per Unit          ment       ment       ment
       Activity               Area              Per        Per unit   per unit
                              Required          unit in    Nos        hp
                              Sq.ft.            Rs
                                                lakhs

1      2                     3         4         5         6          7
       Food & Beverages
1.     Mechanized Bakery       2000        2         4.0       6          10
2.     Vermicelli              1000        2         4.0       4           5
3.     Ice creams              1000        1         3.0       6           8
4.     Coffee Roasting &       600         1         1.8       3           4
       Grinding
5.     Modern Rice Mill        5000        1      25.0          6         20
6      Flour Mills             4000        3      16.0          8         12
7      Huller mills            3000        1       1.0          4         10
8      Bran stabilizing unit   3000        1       3.0          6         20
9      Aerated water           1000        2       2.0          3          3
10     Chips                   1200        3       2.0          3          2
11     Chilly Powder           800         2       2.0          2          1
12     Pappads                 1200        2       1.0          8          1
13     Tamarind Powder         800         1       2.0          2          1
14     Milk Products           1200        3       3.0          3          3
15     Arecanut Plates         3600        1      10.0          8          5
16     Beaten Rice             1200        2       4.0          2          3
17     Puffed Rice             1200        2      0.75          6          2
18     Tobacco curing          4000        5       1.5         15          1
       Textile & Garments
1      Readymade               2000        3      2.00         8          5
       Garments
2      Tailoring houses        100         2      0.25          5          1
3      Silk reeling            5000        1     10.00          8          5
4      Silk Twisting           5000        3     15.00         15         15
5      Wool weaving            500         5      0.50          4          -
       Wood            Based
       Industry
1      Wooden Furniture        2000        2      2.00         5          5



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2      Building Material         3000   3   2.00   5    5
3      Carpentry shop            500    4   1.00   5    5
4      Bamboo works              1000   5   0.50   5    -
       Printing           &
       Stationery
1.     Screen Printing           1000   1   4.00   10    2
2.     Paper Bags                1000   1    1.0    4    1
3.     Printing Press            1200   1    4.0    3    3
4.     Mini Offset Printing      1500   1   10.0    5    5
5.     Book Binding              600    1    1.0    2    2
6.     Card Board Boxes          2400   1   20.0   10   10

       Leather & Rexin
       Products
1.     Rexin Travel/School       200    1   2.00   3    1
       Bags
2.     Leather Footwear          100    1   1.00   3    1
       Rubber & Plastics
1.     Tyre Retreading           800    1   2.0    3    2
2.     Polythene Bags            1200   1   4.0    2    4
3.     Welded         Plastic    800    1   3.0    2    1
       Articles
4.     Blow         Moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       Plastic Containers
5      Injection    moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       items
6      Plastic Chairs            2000   1   10.0   4    5
       Chemical & Allied
       Products
1.     Camphor Tablets           800    1   2.0    2    2
2.     Cleaning Powder           1000   1   2.0    4    2
3.     Wax Candle                600    1   2.0    2    1
4.     Distilled Water For       1500   1   2.0    2    1
       Automobiles
5.     French Polish             1200   1   2.0    3    2
6.     Reprocessing        of    1200   1   4.0    3    6
       Plastics
7.     Redoxide Primer           1600   1    4.0    4    8
8.     Activated      Carbon     8000   1   40.0   10   20
       from Coconut shell
9.     Naphthalene Balls         1000   1   2.0    2    2



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10.    Phenyl                    1200    2    2.0    4     3
11.    Bleaching Powder          3000    2   60.0    8    20
12     Agarbathy                 1000    2    1.0    9    --
       Coir           Based
       Industries
1      Coir Products (Door       2000    1   5.00    10   -
       Mats Cushions etc)
       Glass & Ceramics
1.     Flooring Tiles           10,000   1   25.00   25   20
                                 sqm
2.     Country Bricks           10,000   1   10.00   20   5
                                 sqm
3.     Pavement tiles           12,000   1   12.00   20   5
                                 sqm
       General
       Engineering
1.     Steel Furniture           5000    1   10.00   12   20
2.     Fabrication               5000    3    5.00    8   15
       Workshop
3.     Agricultural              1000    1   1.00    3    2
       Implements
4.     Sprayers                  2000    1   15.00   10   20
5.     Rolling Shutters          3000    1   10.00   12   20
6.     General Engineering       2000    1    5.00    5   10
       Black smithy              1000    2    0.75    4    -
7.     G.I Milk Cans             1000    1    1.00    5    2
8.     Sheet           Metal     5000    1    5.00    5    5
       Fabrication
9.     Iron Hinges               1000    1    2.00    3    2
10.    Tractor Trailors         10,000   1   30.00   10   50
       Job Works Repairs
       & Servicing
1.     Auto Service Station      1000    1   5.00    5    10
2.     Repair of Electrical      500     1   2.00    2     2
       Goods
3.     Repair & Servicing        500     1   2.00    3    2
       of Cell phones
4.     Repair of Leather         500     1   0.50    3    1
       Goods
5.     Repair & Servicing        500     1   1.00    4    1
       of Watch



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6.     Computer Servicing        1000   1   5.00    5    5
       & Maintenance
7      Cobblers                  500    2    0.40   2    --
8      Vulcanizing               1000   2    0.50   2     1
9      Pathological              1000   1   10.00   5    10
       Laboratory
10     x-ray Clinic              1000   1   20.00   2    5
11     DTP Centres               1000   1    5.0    5    5
       Tourism
1      Boarding & lodging        5000   1   10.0    10   8
2      Fast Food Centers         800    1    2.0     6   3
3      Internet     Surfing      1800   1    5.0     4   3
       Centers
4      Taxi Rentals              200    1    4.0    3    -
5      Beauty Parlors            300    2    2.0    3    2




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      INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN PERIYAPATNA
                  TALUK 2007 - 2008

SL.                                   No.   of Total      Total      Power
NO.                                   Units    Invest     Employ     Require
                             Per Unit          ment       ment       ment
       Activity              Area              per        Per unit   per unit
                             Required          unit in    Nos        hp
                             Sq.ft.            Rs
                                               lakhs

1      2                     3         4        5         6          7
       Food & Beverages
1.     Mechanized Bakery       2000        2        4.0       6          10
2.     Vermicelli              1000        2        4.0       4           5
3.     Ice creams              1000        2        3.0       6           8
4.     Coffee Roasting &       600         2        1.8       3           4
       Grinding
5.     Modern Rice Mill        5000        1     25.0          6         20
6.     Flour Mills             4000        3     16.0          8         12
7      Huller mills            3000        1      1.0          4         10
8      Bran stabilizing unit   3000        1      3.0          6         20
9      Aerated water           1000        2      2.0          3          3
10     Chips                   1200        3      2.0          3          2
11     Chilli Powder           800         2      2.0          2          1
12     Pappads                 1200        2      1.0          8          1
13     Tamarind Powder         800         1      2.0          2          1
14     Milk Products           1200        3      3.0          3          3
15     Arecanut Plates         3600        1     10.0          8          5
16     Beaten Rice             1200        4      4.0          2          3
17     Puffed Rice             1200        2     0.75          6          2
18     Tobacco curing          4000        5      1.5         15          1
       Textile           &
       Garments
1      Readymade               2000        3     2.00         8          5
       Garments

2      Tailoring houses         100        4      0.25         5          1
3      Silk reeling             5000       1     10.00         8          5
4      Silk Twisting            5000       3     15.00        15         15



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5      Wool weaving              500   5   0.50   4    -
       Wood           Based
       Industry
1.     Wooden Furniture         2000   2   2.00   5    5
2.     Building Material        3000   3   2.00   5    5
3.     Carpentry shop           500    4   1.00   5    5
4      Bamboo works             1000   5   0.50   5    -
       Printing           &
       Stationery
1.     Screen Printing          1000   2   4.00   10    2
2.     Paper Bags               1000   1    1.0    4    1
3.     Printing Press           1200   1    4.0    3    3
4.     Mini Offset Printing     1500   1   10.0    5    5
5.     Book Binding             600    1    1.0    2    2
6.     Card Board Boxes         2400   1   20.0   10   10
       Leather & Rexin
       Products
1.     Rexin                     200   1   2.00   3    1
       Travel/School Bags
2.     Leather Footwear          100   1   1.00   3    1
       Rubber & Plastics
1.     Tyre Retreading          800    1   2.0    3    2
2.     Polythene Bags           1200   1   4.0    2    4
3.     Welded        Plastic    800    1   3.0    2    1
       Articles
4.     Blow       Moulded       1000   1   6.0    6    8
       Plastic Containers
5.     Injection moulded        1000   1   6.0    6    8
       items
6.     Plastic Chairs           2000   1   10.0   4    5

       Chemical & Allied
       Products
1.     Camphor Tablets          800    2   2.0    2    2
2.     Cleaning Powder          1000   2   2.0    4    2
3.     Wax Candle               600    3   2.0    2    1
4.     Distilled Water For      1500   2   2.0    2    1
       Automobiles
5.     French Polish            1200   1   2.0    3    2
6.     Reprocessing     of      1200   1   4.0    3    6
       Plastics



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7.     Redoxide Primer          1600    1    4.0     4    8
8.     Activated Carbon         8000    1   40.0    10   20
       from Coconut shell
9.     Naphthalene Balls        1000    1    2.0    2     2
10.    Phenyl                   1200    2    2.0    4     3
11.    Bleaching Powder         3000    2   60.0    8    20
12     Agarbathy                1000    2    1.0    9    --
       Coir          Based
       Industries
1      Coir Products (Door      2000    1   5.00    10   -
       Mats Cushions etc)
       Glass & Ceramics
1.     Flooring Tiles          10,000   1   25.00   25   20
                                sqm
2.     Country Bricks          10,000   2   10.00   20   5
                                sqm
3.     Pavement tiles          10,000   1   25.00   20   20
                                sqm
       General
       Engineering
1.     Steel Furniture          5000    1   10.00   12   20
2.     Fabrication              5000    2    5.00    8   15
       Workshop
3.     Agricultural             1000    2   1.00    3    2
       Implements
4.     Sprayers                 2000    1   15.00   10   20
5.     Rolling Shutters         3000    1   10.00   12   20
6.     General                  2000    3    5.00    5   10
       Engineering
7      Black smithy             1000    2   0.75    4    -
8      G.I Milk Cans            1000    1   1.00    5    2
9      Sheet          Metal     5000    2   5.00    5    5
       Fabrication
10     Iron Hinges              1000    1    2.00    3    2
11.    Tractor Trailors        10,000   1   30.00   10   50
       Job          Works
       Repairs           &
       Servicing
1.     Auto         Service     1000    2   5.00    5    10
       Station




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2.     Repair of Electrical      500   2   2.00    2    2
       Goods
3.     Repair & Servicing        500   2   2.00    3    2
       of Cell phones
4.     Repair of Leather         500   2   0.50    3    1
       Goods
5.     Repair & Servicing        500   1   1.00    4    1
       of Watch
6.     Computer Servicing       1000   1   5.00    5    5
       & Maintenance
7      Cobblers                 500    2    0.40   2    --
8      Vulcanizing              1000   2    0.50   2     1
9      Pathological             1000   1   10.00   5    10
       Laboratory
10     X-ray Clinic             1000   1   20.00   2    5
11     DTP Centres              1000   1    5.0    5    5
       Tourism
1      Boarding & lodging       5000   1   10.0    10   8
2      Fast Food Centers        800    4    2.0     6   3
3      Internet     Surfing     1800   2    5.0     4   3
       Centers
4      Taxi Rentals              200   2    4.0    3    -
5      Beauty Parlors            300   2    2.0    3    2




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      INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN PERIYAPATNA
                  TALUK2008 - 2009

SL.                                    No.   of Total      Total    Power
NO.                                    Units    Invest     Employ Require
                              Per Unit          ment       ment     ment
       Activity               Area              per        per unit
                              Required          unit       hp
                              Sq.ft.            inRs
                                                lakhs

1      2                     3         4         5         6        7
       Food & Beverages
1.     Mechanized Bakery       2000        3         4.0       6        10
2.     Vermicelli              1000        2         4.0       4         5
3.     Ice creams              1000        3         3.0       6         8
4.     Coffee Roasting &       600         2         1.8       3         4
       Grinding
5.     Modern Rice Mill        5000        1     25.0           6       20
6.     Flour Mills             4000        2     16.0           8       12
7      Huller mills            3000        1      1.0           4       10
8      Bran stabilizing unit   3000        1      3.0           6       20
9      Aerated water           1000        2      2.0           3        3
10     Chips                   1200        2      2.0           3        2
11     Chilly Powder           800         2      2.0           2        1
12     Pappads                 1200        2      1.0           8        1
13     Tamarind Powder         800         1      2.0           2        1
14.    Milk Products           1200        2      3.0           3        3
15.    Arecanut Plates         3600        1     10.0           8        5
16.    Beaten Rice             1200        4      4.0           2        3
17     Puffed Rice             1200        2     0.75           6        2
18     Tobacco curing          4000        5      1.5          15        1
       Textile & Garments
1      Readymade               2000        3     2.00          8        5
       Garments
2.     Tailoring houses        100         5      0.25          5        1
3      Silk reeling            5000        1     10.00          8        5
4      Silk Twisting           5000        3     15.00         15       15
5      Wool weaving            500         5      0.50          4        -
       Wood            Based
       Industry



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1.     Wooden Furniture          2000   2   2.00   5    5
2.     Building Material         3000   3   2.00   5    5
3.     Carpentry shop            500    4   1.00   5    5
4      Bamboo works              1000   5   0.50   5    -
       Printing            &
       Stationery
1.     Screen Printing           1000   2   4.00   10    2
2.     Paper Bags                1000   1    1.0    4    1
3.     Printing Press            1200   1    4.0    3    3
4.     Mini Offset Printing      1500   1   10.0    5    5
5.     Book Binding              600    1    1.0    2    2
6.     Card Board Boxes          2400   1   20.0   10   10
       Leather & Rexin
       Products
1.     Rexin Travel/School       200    1   2.00   3    1
       Bags
2.     Leather Footwear          100    1   1.00   3    1
       Rubber & Plastics
1.     Tyre Retreading           800    1   2.0    3    2
2.     Polythene Bags            1200   1   4.0    2    4
3.     Welded         Plastic    800    1   3.0    2    1
       Articles
4.     Blow         Moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       Plastic Containers
5.     Injection    moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       items
6.     Plastic Chairs            2000   1   10.0   4    5
       Chemical & Allied
       Products
1.     Camphor Tablets           800    2   2.0    2    2
2.     Cleaning Powder           1000   2   2.0    4    2
3.     Wax Candle                600    3   2.0    2    1
4.     Distilled Water For       1500   2   2.0    2    1
       Automobiles
5.     French Polish             1200   1   2.0    3    2
6.     Reprocessing        of    1200   1   4.0    3    6
       Plastics
7.     Redoxide Primer           1600   1    4.0    4    8
8.     Activated      Carbon     8000   1   40.0   10   20
       from Coconut shell
9.     Naphthalene Balls         1000   1   2.0    2    2



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10.    Phenyl                    1200    2    2.0    4     3
11.    Bleaching Powder          3000    2   60.0    8    20
12     Agarbathy                 1000    2    1.0    9    --
       Coir           Based
       Industries
1      Coir Products (Door       2000    1   5.00    10   -
       Mats Cushions etc)
       Glass & Ceramics
1.     Flooring Tiles           10,000   1   25.00   25   20
                                 sqm
2.     Country Bricks           10,000   2   10.00   20   5
                                 sqm
3.     Pavement Tiles           12,000   2   12.00   25   5
                                 sqm
       General
       Engineering
1.     Steel Furniture           5000    1   10.00   12   20
2.     Fabrication               5000    2    5.00    8   15
       Workshop
3.     Agricultural              1000    3   1.00    3    2
       Implements
4.     Sprayers                  2000    1   15.00   10   20
5.     Rolling Shutters          3000    1   10.00   12   20
6.     General Engineering       2000    3    5.00    5   10
       Black smithy              1000    2    0.75    4    -
7.     G.I Milk Cans             1000    1    1.00    5    2
8.     Sheet            Metal    5000    3    5.00    5    5
       Fabrication
9.     Iron Hinges               1000    1    2.00    3    2
10.    Tractor Trailers         10,000   1   30.00   10   50
       Job Works Repairs
       & Servicing
1.     Auto Service Station      1000    2   5.00    5    10
2.     Repair of Electrical      500     2   2.00    2     2
       Goods
3.     Repair & Servicing        500     2   2.00    3    2
       of Cell phones
4.     Repair of Leather         500     1   0.50    3    1
       Goods
5.     Repair & Servicing        500     1   1.00    4    1
       of Watch



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6.     Computer Servicing        1000   1   5.00    5    5
       & Maintenance
7      Cobblers                  500    2    0.40   2    --
8      Vulcanizing               1000   2    0.50   2     1
9      Pathological              1000   1   10.00   5    10
       Laboratory
10     X-ray Clinic              1000   1   20.00   2    5
11     DTP Centres               1000   1    5.0    5    5
       Tourism
1      Boarding & lodging        5000   1   10.0    10   8
2      Fast Food Centers         800    3    2.0     6   3
3      Internet     Surfing      1800   2    5.0     4   3
       Centers
4      Taxi Rentals              200    2    4.0    3    -
5      Beauty Parlors            300    2    2.0    3    2




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     INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN PERIYAPATNA
                 TALUK 2009 - 2010

SL.                                    No.   of Total      Total      Power
NO.                                    Units    Invest     Employ     Require
                              Per Unit          ment       ment       men per
       Activity               Area              per        per unit   unit hp
                              Required          unit in    Nos
                              Sq.ft.            Rs
                                                lakhs

1      2                     3         4         5         6          7
       Food & Beverages
1.     Mechanized Bakery       2000        3         4.0       6          10
2.     Vermicelli              1000        1         4.0       4           5
3.     Ice creams              1000        3         3.0       6           8
4.     Coffee Roasting &       600         2         1.8       3           4
       Grinding
5.     Modern Rice Mill        5000        1      25.0          6         20
6.     Flour Mills             4000        3      16.0          8         12
7      Huller mills            3000        1       1.0          4         10
8      Bran stabilizing unit   3000        1       3.0          6         20
9      Aerated water           1000        2       2.0          3          3
10     Chips                   1200        3       2.0          3          2
11     Chilly Powder           800         1       2.0          2          1
12     Pappads                 1200        2       1.0          8          1
13     Tamarind Powder         800         1       2.0          2          1
14.    Milk Products           1200        3       3.0          3          3
15.    Arecanut Plates         3600        1      10.0          8          5
16.    Beaten Rice             1200        5       4.0          2          3
17     Puffed Rice             1200        2      0.75          6          2
18     Tobacco curing          4000        5       1.5         15          1
       Textile & Garments
1      Readymade               2000        2      2.00         8          5
       Garments
2      Tailoring houses        100         5      0.25          5          1
3      Silk reeling            5000        1     10.00          8          5
4      Silk Twisting           5000        3     15.00         15         15
5      Wool weaving            500         5      0.50          4          -




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       Wood           Based
       Industry
1      Wooden Furniture          2000   2   2.00   5    5
2      Building Material         3000   3   2.00   5    5
3      Carpentry shop            500    4   1.00   5    5
4      Bamboo works              1000   5   0.50   5    -
       Printing            &
       Stationery
1.     Screen Printing           1000   2   4.00   15    2
2.     Paper Bags                1000   1    1.0    4    1
3.     Printing Press            1200   1    4.0    3    3
4.     Mini Offset Printing      1500   1   10.0    5    5
5.     Book Binding              600    1    1.0    2    2
6.     Card Board Boxes          2400   1   20.0   10   10
       Leather & Rexin
       Products
1.     Rexin Travel/School       200    1   2.00   3    1
       Bags
2.     Leather Footwear          100    1   1.00   3    1
       Rubber & Plastics
1.     Tyre Retreading           800    1   2.0    3    2
2.     Polythene Bags            1200   1   4.0    2    4
3.     Welded         Plastic    800    1   3.0    2    1
       Articles
4.     Blow         Moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       Plastic Containers
5.     Injection    moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       items
6.     Plastic Chairs            2000   1   10.0   4    5
       Chemical & Allied
       Products
1.     Camphor Tablets           800    1   2.0    2    2
2.     Cleaning Powder           1000   2   2.0    4    2
3.     Wax Candle                600    2   2.0    2    1
4.     Distilled Water For       1500   2   2.0    2    1
       Automobiles
5.     French Polish             1200   1   2.0    3    2
6.     Reprocessing        of    1200   1   4.0    3    6
       Plastics
7.     Redoxide Primer           1600   1   4.0    4    8




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8.     Activated      Carbon     8000    1   40.0    10   20
       from Coconut shell
9.     Naphthalene Balls         1000    1    2.0     2    2
10.    Phenyl                    1200    2    2.0     4    3
11.    Bleaching Powder          3000    1   60.0     8   20
12     Agarbathy                 1000    2    1.0    15   --
       Coir            Based
       Industries
1      Coir Products (Door       2000    1   5.00    10   -
       Mats Cushions etc)
       Glass & Ceramics
1.     Flooring Tiles           10,000   1   25.00   25   20
                                 sqm
2.     Country Bricks           10,000   1   10.00   20   5
                                 sqm
3.     Pavement Tiles           12,000   2   12.00   20   5
                                 sqm
       General
       Engineering
1.     Steel Furniture           5000    1   10.00   12   20
2.     Fabrication               5000    2    5.00    8   15
       Workshop
3.     Agricultural              1000    3   1.00    3    2
       Implements
4.     Sprayers                  2000    1   15.00   10   20
5.     Rolling Shutters          3000    1   10.00   12   20
6.     General Engineering       2000    2    5.00    5   10
7      Black smithy              1000    2    0.75    4    -
8      G.I Milk Cans             1000    1    1.00    5    2
9      Sheet           Metal     5000    3    5.00    5    5
       Fabrication
10     Iron Hinges               1000    1    2.00    3    2
11     Tractor Tailors          10,000   1   30.00   10   50
       Job Works Repairs
       & Servicing
1.     Auto Service Station      1000    2   5.00    5    10
2.     Repair of Electrical      500     1   2.00    2     2
       Goods
3.     Repair & Servicing        500     2   2.00    3    2
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4.     Repair of Leather         500    2   0.50    3    1
       Goods
5.     Repair & Servicing        500    1   1.00    4    1
       of Watch
6.     Computer Servicing        1000   1   5.00    5    5
       & Maintenance
7      Cobblers                  500    2    0.40   2    --
8      Vulcanizing               1000   2    0.50   2     1
9      Pathological              1000   1   10.00   5    10
       Laboratory
10     X-ray Clinic              1000   1   20.00   2    5
11     DTP Centres               1000   1    5.00   5    5
       Tourism
1      Boarding & lodging        5000   1   10.0    10   8
2      Fast Food Centers         800    2    2.0     6   3
3      Internet     Surfing      1800   2    5.0     4   3
       Centers
4.     Taxi Rentals              200    2    4.0    3    -
5      Beauty Parlors            300    2    2.0    3    2




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      INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN PERIYAPATNA
                  TALUK 2010 - 2011

SL.                                    No.   of Total      Total      Power
NO.                                    Units    Invest     Employ     Require
                              Per Unit          ment       ment       ment
       Activity               Area              per        per unit   per unit
                              Required          unit in    Nos        hp
                              Sq.ft.            Rs
                                                lakhs

1      2                     3         4         5         6          7
       Food & Beverages
1.     Mechanized Bakery       2000        3         4.0       6          10
2.     Vermicelli              1000        2         4.0       4           5
3.     Ice creams              1000        3         3.0       6           8
4.     Coffee Roasting &       600         2         1.8       3           4
       Grinding
5.     Modern Rice Mill        5000        1      25.0          6         20
6.     Flour Mills             4000        3      16.0          8         12
7      Huller mills            3000        1       1.0          4         10
8      Bran stabilizing unit   3000        1       3.0          6         20
9      Aerated water           1000        2       2.0          3          3
10     Chips                   1200        3       2.0          3          2
11     Chilly Powder           800         2       2.0          2          1
12     Pappads                 1200        2       1.0          8          1
13     Tamarind Powder         800         1       2.0          2          1
14     Milk Products           1200        3       3.0          3          3
15     Arecanut Plates         3600        1      10.0          8          5
16     Beaten Rice             1200        3       4.0          2          3
17     Puffed Rice             1200        2      0.75          6          2
18     Tobacco curing          4000        5       1.5         15          1
       Textile & Garments
1      Readymade               2000        3      2.00         8          5
       Garments
2      Tailoring houses        100         5      0.25          5          1
3      Silk reeling            5000        1     10.00          8          5
4      Silk Twisting           5000        3     15.00         15         15
5      Wool weaving            500         5      0.50          4          -




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       Wood           Based
       Industry
1      Wooden Furniture          2000   2   2.00   5    5
2      Building Material         3000   3   2.00   5    5
3      Carpentry shop            500    4   1.00   5    5
4      Bamboo works              1000   5   0.50   5    -
       Printing            &
       Stationery
1.     Screen Printing           1000   1   4.00   15    2
2.     Paper Bags                1000   1    1.0    4    1
3.     Printing Press            1200   1    4.0    3    3
4.     Mini Offset Printing      1500   1   10.0    5    5
5.     Book Binding              600    1    1.0    2    2
6.     Card Board Boxes          2400   1   20.0   10   10
       Leather & Rexin
       Products
1.     Rexin Travel/School       200    1   2.00   3    1
       Bags
2.     Leather Footwear          100    1   1.00   3    1
       Rubber & Plastics
1.     Tyre Retreading           800    1   2.0    3    2
2.     Polythene Bags            1200   1   4.0    2    4
3.     Welded         Plastic    800    1   3.0    2    1
       Articles
4.     Blow         Moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       Plastic Containers
5.     Injection    moulded      1000   1   6.0    6    8
       items
6.     Plastic Chairs            2000   1   10.0   4    5
       Chemical & Allied
       Products
1.     Camphor Tablets           800    2   2.0    2    2
2.     Cleaning Powder           1000   2   2.0    4    2
3.     Wax Candle                600    1   2.0    2    1
4.     Distilled Water For       1500   2   2.0    2    1
       Automobiles
5.     French Polish             1200   1   2.0    3    2
6.     Reprocessing        of    1200   1   4.0    3    6
       Plastics
7.     Redoxide Primer           1600   1   4.0    4    8




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8.     Activated      Carbon     8000    1   40.0    10   20
       from Coconut shell
9.     Naphthalene Balls         1000    1    2.0    2     2
10.    Phenyl                    1200    2    2.0    4     3
11.    Bleaching Powder          3000    2   60.0    8    20
12     Agarbathy                 1000    2    1.0    9    --
       Coir            Based
       Industries
1      Coir Products (Door       2000    1   5.00    10   -
       Mats Cushions etc)
       Glass & Ceramics
1.     Flooring Tiles           10,000   1   25.00   25   20
                                 sqm

2.     Country Bricks           10,000   2   10.00   20   5
                                 sqm
3.     Pavement Tiles           12,000   2   12.00   20   5
                                 sqm
       General
       Engineering
1.     Steel Furniture           5000    1   10.00   12   20
2.     Fabrication               5000    2    5.00    8   15
       Workshop
3.     Agricultural              1000    3   1.00    3    2
       Implements
4.     Sprayers                  2000    1   15.00   10   20
5.     Rolling Shutters          3000    1   10.00   12   20
6.     General Engineering       2000    3    5.00    5   10
       Black smithy              1000    2    0.75    4    -
7.     G.I Milk Cans             1000    1    1.00    5    2
8.     Sheet           Metal     5000    3    5.00    5    5
       Fabrication
9.     Iron Hinges               1000    1    2.00    3    2
10.    Tractor Trailors         10,000   1   30.00   10   50
       Job Works Repairs
       & Servicing
1.     Auto Service Station      1000    1   5.00    5    10
2.     Repair of Electrical      500     2   2.00    2     2
       Goods
3.     Repair & Servicing        500     2   2.00    3    2
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4.     Repair of Leather         500    2   0.50    3    1
       Goods
5.     Repair & Servicing        500    1   1.00    4    1
       of Watch

6.     Computer Servicing        1000   1   5.00    5    5
       & Maintenance
7      Cobblers                  500    2    0.40   2    --
8      Vulcanizing               1000   2    0.50   2     1
9      Pathological              1000   1   10.00   5    10
       Laboratory
10     X-ray Cilinic             1000   1   20.00   2    5
11     DTP Centres               1000   1    5.0    5    5
       Tourism
1      Boarding & lodging        5000   1   10.0    10   8
2      Fast Food Centers         800    2    2.0     6   3
3      Internet      Surfing     1800   1    5.0     4   3
       Centers
4      Taxi Rentals              200    2    4.0    3    -
5      Beauty Parlors            300    2    2.0    3    2




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                                CHAPTER-3

     ROLE OF MEDIUM & LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIES

3. ROLE OF MEDIUM AND LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIES IN
TALUK/DISTRICT

It is analysed that there is scope for development of LMEs in the taluk. The
industrial activity would be accelerated only if more number of large and
medium industries are established taluk wise resulting in rapid industrialisation
in the near future. At present there are only few Medium & Large scale units
are there in the district.. If some more Medium/ Large Scale units are set up in
each taluk, there will be good boost to several down stream industries in the
entire district. With the associations, knowledgeable persons in the line have
revealed that, thrust should be given to setting up a few large industries in area,
which can provide large-scale employment to the educated youths in the
taluk/district.

3.1 FOLLOWING ARE THE FEW MEDIUM AND LARGE-SCALE
INDUSTRIES   SUGGESTED   FOR   RAPID  INDUSTRIAL
DEVELOPMENT.

1.   Ready Made Garments.
2.   Textile Complex..
3.   Hand tool Centre
4.   Auto complex
5.   Printing Complex
6.   Agarbathy and perfumery complex

3.2 DETAILED ANALYSIS OF FEW SUGGESTED INDUSTRIES ARE
GIVEN BELOW:-

     1. Readymade Garment Industry.
     The occupation pattern of Periyapatna taluk reveals that more than 60% of
     the people are depending upon agriculture activity. A Survey has revealed
     that the agriculture can provide sustainable employment to the workers for
     a period of 100 – 150 days only in a year. The remaining period these farm
     workers has to fend for themselves and go from place to place for getting
     sustainable employment. The Readymade Garment Complex in Periyapatna
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  The garment industry does not require high technical skill. Due to fast
  changing in the dress code i.e. from the conventional tailor made dresses to
  the readymade dresses, most of the people irrespective of income are
  preferring to go in for readymade made garments. This is the most
  appropriate industries which could be set up in the Periyapatna taluk.

  Bangalore has seen a rapid growth in the readymade garment industry
  sector. Till 1980s Bangalore had only handful of readymade garment
  industry existed. There is a sea change in the recent years in readymade
  garment industry. There are more than 150 – 200 big industries have been
  established and providing gainful employment to the housewives of the
  lower income. There is a scope for industries manufacturing readymade
  garments in Periyapatna taluk. The district authority should invite few good
  entrepreneurs from Bangalore to establish their ventures for readymade
  garments and to provide gainful employment to the unemployed and under-
  employed persons.

  2. Auto complex

  The liberalization policy has helped the automobile industry to a great
  extent in establishing industries for the manufacture of four-wheelers. At
  present in Karnatkaa there are no four-wheeler passenger vehicle
  manufacturing units . Entrepreneurs like Mahendra , Tatas may be invited
  to establish a Four-wheeler complex in Periyapatna taluk.. The complex
  should be a full-fledged one which every parts and accessories are
  manufactured like a chain shop. There is good infrastructure available in
  Periyapatna and other taluks for establishing such Complex.

  3. Hand tool Centre

  Hand tools are sold in a big way in Bangalore. It is found that from the
  survey that even a smallest hand tool like hammer is coming from north
  India. It is very surprising to note that there is no hand tool manufacturing
  industry in South India. It is appropriate to have one Hand tool unit in
  Karnataka specially in Mysore District where all the infrastructure facilities
  are available. In few years back Govt. of Karnataka established a Hand tool
  Complex in Tumkur. The hand tool industry could not last long because of
  several internal factors. Entrepreneurs desirous of starting hand tool
  industry can approach the District authorities who will provide necessary
  facilities.
  .




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                                 CHAPTER-4
                            CREDIT LINKAGES

4. CREDIT PLAN FOR SMALL SCALE & TINY INDUSTRIES

State Bank of Mysore is the lead Bank for Mysore District. As per the
guidelines issued by Reserve Bank of India the Bank prepares its credit plan
for every year. The bank wise financial plan outlay for the year 2005-06 is
given below:
BANK WISE FINANCIAL PLAN TARGET/ACHIEVEMENT FOR SSI
SECTOR DURING 2005-06 FOR MYSORE DISTRICT RS IN LAKHS

Sl.No.    Name of the Financial           TARGET             ACHIEVEMENT
                Institution
  1      State Bank of India                  445                    1033
  2      State Bank of Mysore                 789                    1480
  3      State Bank of                         3                       1
         Travancore
  4      Allahabad Bank                         2                       5
  5      Bank of Maharastra                    35                       2
  6      Canara Bank                         3731                     522
  7      Indian Bank                           22                       0
  8      Indian Overseas Bank                  75                     680
  10     Punjab National Bank                  31                       3
  11     UCO Bank                               0                      44
  12     Syndicate Bank                       203                     187
  13     Corporation Bank                      54                     151
  14     Karur Vysya Bank                      45                       0
  15     Karnataka Bank Ltd                    67                     103
  16     Vijaya Bank                           65                      18
  17     Vysya Bank Ltd                        47                      24
  20     KSFC                                  40                       0
  22     Total                               5654                    4253

                  (Source: State Bank of Mysore, Mysore)
Since, State Bank of Mysore is a lead Bank of the District and has wide area
coverage it has projected lion share in providing helping hand to the
entrepreneurs. Discussion with the lead bank and other financial institutions it
has given to understand that the projections of assistance is likely to increase at
the rate of 10% p.a. during the up coming years.



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                               CHAPTER-5

                             ACTION PLAN

  5.ACTION PLAN RECOMMENDATIONS
  To create awareness on self – employments ventures & to start industries,
  following actions are suggested.
  5 .1 Organizing Industrial Motivation Campaigns, Entrepreneurship

  Development Programmes in the interior villages

  5.2 Organizing Industrial Seminars, Open House Discussions on the
  importance of establishing self-employment ventures and industries by
  experienced entrepreneurs.
  5.3 Organizing Trade Fairs & Industrial Exhibitions for exploring sub-
  contracting and ancillarisation.
  5.4 Construction of more number of Industrial Sheds in each & every taluk
  of and around Mysore district.
  5.5 Acquiring additional land by KIADB for establishing large & medium
  scale industries.
  5.6 Bringing Mysore under special economic zone with 100% E.O.Units
  so as to have accelerate faster industrial development.
  5.7 Setting up a mega thermal power station for future power requirements
  in and around Mysore district..
  5.8 Association may be prevailed upon to invite multi-national companies
  to establish their industries in Mysore district.
  5.9 Both District Industries Centre and Local Associations may identify
  NRIs and pursue them to start new ventures in this area by providing better
  infrastructure and incentives.




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                                  PART-B

                               CHAPTER-6

                       STATISTICAL PROFILE
6. STATISTICAL PROFILE OF PERIYAPATNA TALUK


6.1GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS:-


                                           Taluk         District

1. Area (Sq.Kms)                          815            6269

2. Population(Census 2001)               224254                2641027


3. Gender                              115849        1344670(M)

                                       108405         1296357(F)

4. Region wise population              14924         982128(U)

                                       209330        165899®

5. Growth rate (Percentage)              ---               15

2. No. of taluks                               ---         07


3. No. of towns                                ---             04


4. No. of inhabited villages              197             1216


5. Average/Actual Rainfall               837.6 mm        5666.7 mm




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6.2 RESOURCES:


(A) Human Resources:-


1. Population                          224254           2641027
2. Density of population                  275               421
3. Literate population                 115458           1471155
4. Male literate                         70357          836195


5. Female literacy                       45101          634960


6. % of literacy to total population     59.19 %        63.48 %


6.3 Material Resources:

(i)    Agriculture Resources:

1. Important Food crops                :Paddy, Ragi     Paddy, Ragi
                                        Maize, Pulses   Maize, Pulses
                                        Oil seeds        Oil seeds


2. Important Commercial Crops           Sugarcane           Sugarcane
                                          Cotton               Cotton
                                           Tobacco           Tobacco

(ii)   Horticultural Resources:


1. Vegetables                          : 190 Ha              3185Ha

2. Plantation                          : 234 Ha              5743 Ha



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(iii)     Livestock Resources:


1. Total Livestock                       : 137246               1053451
2. Poultry                               : 103402                1787995
3. Veterinary Institutions               :     24                    174


(iv)      Forest Resources:


1. Area under forest                     : 14810 Ha             62851 Ha

2. Important forest produce            : Firewood                Firewood,
                                         Bamboo                  Bamboo

(v)       Mineral Resources:

1. Minerals found             :   Quartz Dolomite              Blackdolomite
                                                               Magnasite
                                                               Soap stone,
                                                      Quartzblack   dolomite



6.4 INFRASTRUCTURE :


                                              Taluk              District


1. Railway line                                 ---               102

2.      Roads                          607.87 Kms         5,006.96 Kms

3. No. of Motor Vehicles                    7047                 334167

4. Industrial Estates                          1                  4




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5. Industrial areas                            -                6

6. Lead Bank                             State Bank of Mysore



6.5 Technical Institutions:

(i)     Engineering Colleges                   ---              5

(ii) Polytechnics                              -                -

(iii) Indl. Training Institutes                -                -



6.6 Post and Telegraph facilities:

(i)      No. of post offices                         41         398

(ii)     No. of Telegraph Offices                     4             35

(iii)    Telephone Exchanges                         12             98

(iv)     Telephones in use                         6916         112569



6.7Existing Industrial Structure:

(i)      No. of Medium & Large Industries            2              88

(ii)     No. of Small Scale Industries         1181             20700




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                                CHAPTER-7

           SALIENT FEATURES OF THE DISTRICT
7. SALIENT FEATURES OF MYSORE DISTRICT

7. 1 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

        Mysore district is one of the 27 districts in the State of Karnataka. It is
situated in the southern part of the State. The district is an important historical
and tourist centre of the country. It is famous for historical monuments and
traditional arts and crafts. The district history goes back to the ancient time of
gods, goddesses and the demons and the name is derived from Mahisasura. He
was killed by Goddess Chamundeswari also known as Mahisasura Mardini.
Along line of the south Indian dynasties ruled different parts of Mysore region
from the 3rd century BC. Some of the notable dynasties were the Sathavahanas,
the Kadambas, the Badami Chalukyas, the Rashtrakutas, the Bahamini
Sulthans, the Adil Shahs of Bijapur, the Wodeyaars. The Wodeyars family
ruled from 1399 until India becomes independence.


7.2 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISTRICT
1. Location
   Mysore district is situated in the southern part of Karnataka State. It lies on
   the slope of plateau at an atitude of 770 metres at 12 degree 18 minutes
   north latitude and 76 degree 12 minutes East longitude. It is bounded on
   the North by Hassan, Mandya and Bangalore districts of the State, on the
   South by Nilgiri district of Tamilnadu, on the East by Salem and
   Coimbatore districts of Tamilnadu and on the West by Coorg (Kodagu)
   district of the State and Wyanadu district of Kerala State.

2. Administrative set up
   Mysore erstwhile capital of princely state. Mysore is cultural capital of
   Karnataka. Mysore is about 140 Km away from State capital – Bangalore.
   For the administrative purpose, the district has been divided into seven
   taluks namely Mysore, Nanjangud, T Narasipura, K.R.Nagar, Periyapatna,
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3. Physical features

   Mysore district forms a part of deccan plateau and the general elevation is
   little more than 2000 ft. above sea level. It has been described as an
   undulating table land with granite rocks protruding at odd intervals. While
   the extreme south forms a terrain of dense forests, the western taluks are
   bounded by lofty mountain ranges of the western ghats. The main forest
   areas are in the southern and south western taluks while the southern
   eastern taluks are having only small patches of forests.

4. Area
   Mysore district has an area of 6269 sq.kms which constitutes about 16 %
   of the total area of the State. The district occupies 12th place in area among
   the districts of the State.

5. Climate and rainfall

   The climate of the district is moderate through the year with temperature
   during summer ranging from 30° to 40°C and during winter from 20°C to
   25°C. The rainy season starts from May to October with maximum rainfall
   in the month of May, September and October. The average annual
   precipitation is around 76 cm the rainfall ranging from 62 cm to 88 cm with
   maximum rainfall in Hunsur, Periyapatna and Heggadevanakote taluks and
   parts of Chamarajnagar and Kolelgal taluks. Gundlupet taluk is
   occasionally prone to drought conditions.
6. Rivers
   The important rivers flowing in Mysore district are Cauvery, Kabini,
   Lakshmanatirtha, Honnahole, Nugu and Gundluhole. Among these, the
   most important river is Cauvery which enters the district through
   Krishnarajanagar taluk and flows in T Narsipur and Kollegal taluks before
   reaching Tamilnadu. Kabini river originating from Wynadu in Kerala State
   enters the district at HD Kote taluk and after flowing in Nanjungud and T
   Narsipur taluks joins Cauvery at T Narsipur. Lakshmanathirtha taking its
   origin in Coorg district of the State, flows in Hunsur taluk before joining
   Krishnarajasagar, Honnahole, originating from Tamilnadu, enters the
   district in Chamarajnagar taluk and flows through Yelandur taluk before
   joining Cauvery in Kollegal taluk. Gunduhole takes its birth at
   Gopalaswamy Betta in Gundlupet taluk and enters Nanjangud taluk and
   reaches Kabini river. River Nugu originates from HD Kote taluk and flows
   in Nanjangud taluk and reaches Kabini river. The rivers are not navigable
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      The major irrigation project in the district is the Kabini reservoir project
   which provides irrigation facilities to both Mysore and Mandya districts.

       Another project from which Mysore district will derive benefits is
   Krishnarajsagar. Right bank canal project also known as Varuna canal
   project, the construction of which was taken up in the year 1978. It will
   irrigate land in Mysore, T Narsipur, Nanjangud and HD Kote taluks of the
   district.

7. Soil
   The soils of Mysore district are predominantly red sandy loams derived
   from granite and vary greatly from pure sandy soils to typical black cotton
   soils. The western taluks of periyapatna, HD Kote and Hunsur are covered
   with hilly terrain and contain red shallow gravelly soils. The taluks of T
   Narsipura and Nanjungud contain deep red loams occasionally interspersed
   with black soils. The red soils are shallow to deep and red to pale brown in
   colour, well drained may not contain lime modules at depth. The black soils
   are shallow from 4’ to 5’ in depth, contain lime modules rich with good
   water holding capacity.
8. Income
   Income is a good indicator of the economic development achieved by the
   various sectors of the economy of a district. As per the latest income
   statistics the gross domestic product of Mysore district was Rs.584100
   lakhs at current prices in 2002-03.




                                CHAPTER-8

      GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TALUK



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8. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PERIYAPATNA TALUK
      Periyapatna taluk is one of the seven taluks of Mysore district. It is
bounded in the north by Hassan district, in the south by Hunsur taluk, in the
east by K.R.Nagar taluk and in the west by Kodagu district. The total
geographical area of the taluk is 815 Sq.Kms. It occupies 4th place in terms of
geographical area. Periyapatna is located at a distance of 185 Kms from
Bangalore and 55 kms from the district Head Quarters.
      Red soil & gravelly soil are found in Periyapatna taluk. It is shallow to
deep & red to pale brown in colour, well drained may not contain lime
modules at depth.The major crops grown are Paddy, Ragi, Maize, Pulses, Oil
seeds & Tobacco.

8.1 Climate and rainfall:-

       Periyapatna taluk receives rainfall from South-west monsoon. This
taluk enjoys more or less salubrious climate of Bangalore. The climatic
condition is congenial for industrial development.. Actual rainfall of
Periyapatna taluk was 837.6 m.m during 2004. The agricultural operation is
dependent mostly on the Canal irrigation. There are perennial rivers like
Cauvery flows in the taluk

8.2 Administrative Division:
       Periyapatna taluk is one of the seven taluks of Mysore district. The other
taluks in the districts are H.D.Kote, Hunsur, K.R.Nagar, Mysore, Nanjangud,
Periyapatna & T.Narasipura.. This taluk has a total area of 815 Sq.Kms. It has
one town, 4 hoblies, 26 Gram Panchayaths and 203 villages.

8.3 Population and Occupational Structure:

      As per 2001 census Periyapatna taluk had a population of 224254
persons. The male population was 115849 and that of female population was
108405. The rural population was 209330 and the urban population was 14924.
The main occupation of the people in the taluk is agriculture.

       The density of the population of the taluk is 275 persons per sq.km.

8.4 Area and Land Utilisation Pattern:-




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        The total geographical area of the taluk is 83121 Hectares. Out of this,
during 2003-04 only 39591 Ha of land was cultivated. The category wise land
utilisation pattern during 2003-04 is given below:-


                           TABLE No.1
    LAND UTILISATION PATTERN OF PERIYAPATNA TALUK
                        DURING 2004-05:
   S.No.                                              Area in Ha.
                     Category                          (2004-05)
     1    Forest                                         14810
     2    Land put to Non-agriculture use                 3555
     3    Barren & Uncultivable land                      4330
     4    Cultivable waste                                1106
     5    Permanent pastures                              7088
     6    Trees and Groves                                1504
     7    Fallow land                                    11137
     8    Net Area sown                                  39591
     9    Total Geographical area                        83121
              (Source : District at a Glance: 2004-05)
       It is observed from the above table that sufficient land is available for
construction of sheds and plots for industrial purposes.

8.5 Income: -

        The income is a good indicator of the economic development achieved
by the various sectors of the economy of an area/district. However, the sectoral
composition of the income taluk wise in respect of Mysore district is not
available. Hence, the sectoral composition of the district as a whole is analysed
in the following paragraphs.

        The net domestic product of the district was Rs.254376 lakhs in 1993-94 at
current prices accounting for 7.24 % of the total income of the State. At current
prices the net domestic income of the district was Rs 515466 lakhs in 2002-03
accounting for 5.07 % of the total income of the State. Per capita income of the
district was Rs.19229/- at current prices and Rs 12114/- at constant prices (1993-
94 as base year) during 2002-03.

       The Sectoral composition of the income of the district in 1994-95 (as
base year) at constant prices is presented in the following table.




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                               TABLE No.2
     THE SECTORAL COMPOSITION OF THE INCOME OF THE
            DISTRICT IN 2002-03 AT CONSTANT PRICES
S.No. Sectors                          Rs. In lakhs        % to total
1      Agriculture including Animal           62952               16.99
       Husbandry
2      Forestry and Logging                    4475                1.20
3      Fishing                                  456                0.12
4      Mining and Quarrying                     352                0.09
5      Manufacturing                          93491               25.24
6      Construction                           31427                8.48
7      Electricity, Gas and Water              6975                1.88
       supply
8      Railways                                 996                0.26
9      Transport by other means                9758                2.63
10     Storage                                  113                0.03
11     Communication                          17382                4.69
12     Trade, Hotels and Restaurants          59103               15.95
13     Banking and Insurance                  15573                4.20
14     Real Estates, Ownership of             25316                6.83
       Dwellings,     Business     and
       Services
15     Public Administration                  11959                3.22
16     Other Services                         29994                8.09
       Total                                 370322              100.00
   (Source: Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Bangalore 2003-04)

        It can be seen from the above table that the manufacturing sector holds its
sway in the economy of the district as it contributes almost 25.24 % to the
district’s income. But the share of agriculture sector is only 16.99 %. This speaks
about the fact that the Mysore is industrially not that forward when compared to
the available men and material resources and only rapid industrial development
can increase the share of the industrial sector in the net domestic product, whereby
converting the rest of the agrarian character of its economy into an industrial one.




                                    CHAPTER-9




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                         RESOURCE ENDOWMENT

9. RESOURCES OF PERIYAPATNA TALUK
       It is of paramount importance to take stock of various resources
available in the taluk before embarking upon the identification of products,
having scope for development in that area. It is a well known fact industrial
development of area depends to a greater extent on its resource endowment and
its proper exploitation and utilisation. This Chapter is, therefore, devoted to a
threadbare analysis of resource basket of Periyapatna taluk. Resources of an
area can be distinctly classified into the following categories:-

i)     Human Resources
ii)    Material Resources

9.1 Human Resources:-
        Availability of natural resources in a particular area is not alone
sufficient for industrial development. There should be adequate availability of
skilled manpower amongst its human resource to exploit the natural resources.
It has been realised that industrial backwardness cannot be always attributed to
lack of resources but because of absence of skilled and motivated
entrepreneurs and workers in an area. Bangalore is a case in point, which has
developed industrially owing to the availability of highly skilled labour despite
inadequacy of natural resources.

9.1.1 Population:-

      According to 2001 census, the total population of Periyapatna was
224254 persons. Of this, 115849 were males and 108405 were females. The
urban population was 14924 persons. Rural population was 209330 persons.
The density of population in the taluk was 275 persons per sq.km. For every
thousand males there were 936 females.

9.1.2 Literacy:-

       The level of literacy determines the availability of entrepreneurship
among the local people of an area. The industrial development of the area
depends upon the availability of entrepreneurship among it local people. As per
2001 censuses there were 115458 literates in the taluk. & Mysore district as a
whole is 63.48 %, which is more than the Periyapatna taluk’s literacy rate of
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9.2 Material resources:-
9.2.1.Agriculture:
       As mentioned earlier, agriculture is the main occupation of people of the
taluk. Ragi is the important crop grown in the taluk. Table below depicts a
clear picture of the various crops grown in the taluk.

                                TABLE No.3
      AGRICULTURAL CROPS IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK (AREA IN
                        HECTARES )
S.No. Name of Crop                              Area in Hc
I       CEREALS                                 21452
II      PULSES                                  6177
III     COMMERCIAL (OIL SEEDS)                  1248
                   (Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Mysore)
9.2.2. Land holdings:-

       There are 38935 land holdings in the district. Following table indicates
the category wise land holdings of the farmers in the Periyapatna Taluk.

                                TABLE No.4
      CATEGORY WISE LAND HOLDING OF THE FARMERS IN THE
                     PERIYAPATNA TALUK
S.No. Category                    Number           Area in            % to total
                                                   hectares           (Nos.)
1       Less than 1 Hectares      20493            9981               52.63
2       1 – 2 Hectares            11429            16052              29.35
3       2 – 4 Hectares            5197             14042              13.34
4       4 – 10 Hectares           1582             8967               4.06
5       10 Hectares and above     234              5067               0.62
        Total                     38935            54109              100.00
                    (Source: District at a Glance 2004-05)
      It can be seen from the above table that the majority of the farmers are
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owning 1 – 2 hectares (29.35 %). Due to this small land holdings
mechanization in the agricultural operation is not possible which is resulting in
low yield per hectare.


9.2.3. Agriculture Marketing:-
        The agriculture production in the area is generally brought to the
regulated market for fetching better prices to the farmers. In Periyapatna taluk,
there is one main regulated market and 1 sub-regulated markets The important
commodities brought to these markets are paddy, ragi, Maize, Pulses, Oilseeds
& Tobacco. The agriculturists in the Periyapatna taluk are getting their
financial requirement through Commercial Banks, Primary Land Development
Bank and Agriculture Cooperative Bank.

9.2.4. Irrigation:-
        Since there are perennial rivers in the taluk, agriculture is mostly
depends on . Canal irrigation. Net area irrigated in the taluk during 2004-05
was 4060 hectares. Area wise different lands of irritgation during the year
2003-2004 given below :-
                                TABLE No.5
         SOURCES OF IRRIGATION IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK
                                                 Area in Hectares
  S.No.                  Type of irrigation      2003-04
                         Canal                   2600
  1                      Tanks                   645
  2                      Wells                   600
  3                      Tube wells              215
                         Total                   4060

                  (Source: District at a Glance 2004-2005)


9.2.5.Forests:-

        Forest resources are very good in Periyapatna taluk as it has only 14810
hectares under forest as against the total area of 62851 hectares under forest in
the district as a whole. Hence there is good scope for starting industries based
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9.2.6 . Horticulture:-

       Soil and climate of the taluk are ideally suited for growing horticultural
crops. Farmers are not coming forward to increase the area under horticultural
crops due to the absence of effective marketing. Establishment of marketing
outlet and setting up of a few fruit processing units are likely to give a big
boost to horticulture in the taluk. The table given below indicates the area of
various horticultural crops in Periyapatna taluk during 2004-05:-

                                 TABLE No.6

    AREA OF HORTICULTURAL CROPSIN PERIYAPATNA
               TALUK DURING 2004-05:-
S.No. Crop                                      Area in Ha
1       Fruits                                  234
2       Vegetables                              190

                  (Source: Dept. of Horticulture, Mysore)

      Hence it is imperative that industry based on this resource could be set
up provided horticulture crop are developed well in the taluk.


9.2.7. Livestock resources:-

       As per information provided by Animal Husbandry Department of
Periyapatna taluk during the 17th Livestock census (year 2002) it was indicated
that the bovine population was 79476 Nos. Bullocks do most of the
agricultural operations like ploughing, threshing of food grains etc,.. Carrying
of food grains from the field to the market and manure to the farms are also
done mostly by bullock carts. Category wise number of live stock population
in Periyapatna taluk as per 2004-05 livestock is given below:-

                             TABLE No.7
     CATEGORY WISE NO. OF LIVESTOCK POPULATION IN
                       PERIYAPATNA TALUK
Sl.No.  Category              2004-05(Nos)
1       Crossbreed cattle     11856
2       Local cattle          67620



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3         Buffaloes                12563
4         Sheep                    10545
5         Goats                    20347
6         Pigs                     293
7         Dogs                     14019
8         Rabbit                   0
9         Others                   3
10        Total                    137246
          Poultry                  103402

             (Source: Animal Husbandry Department, Mysore)

       There is one veterinary hospital and 7 dispensaries, 14 primary
veterinary centres, and one mobile veterinary Hospital to take care of the
medical needs of the cattle and animals in the taluk.

       Establishment of milk dairy by Karnataka Dairy Development
Corporation at Periyapatna taluk has given a big boost to the development of
livestock and dairy industry in the district and also in the surrounding areas.

9.2.8. Fisheries:-

      Since Periyapatna is a land locked district inland fishing is the only
source of fish in the entire district. Canals, Tanks and wells are the main
sources of fish rearing in the Periyapatna taluk. Total fish catch during 2004-
05 was 326.5235 tonnes. There is scope for fish based industry in the taluk,
provided earnest efforts are made by Dept of fisheries, Mysore.

    COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FISH CATCH IN PERIYAPATNA
                  TALUK DURING 2004-05 .


Sl.no Name      of Quantum of Quantum of fish                Percentage
      the taluk    fish catch in Catch in the entire
                   M.tonnes      district
1      Periyapatna 326.5235            3358.6807             9.73

It is observed from the above table that the total fish catch during 2004-05 was
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the dept of fisheries to increase the quantum of fish through adopting modern
fish rearing techniques. .

9.2.9. Sericulture:-
Sericulture is an important activity in the entire district, but not in this taluk.
The climatic condition in the taluk is also not that conducive for Mulberry
cultivation. This is grown very little in the entire taluk. The department of
Sericulture is motivating the sericulturists to take up this activity on a large
scale.

     SERICULTURE CROPS IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK (AREA IN
          HECTARES AND PRODUCSTION IN TONNES)


 S.No.    Name        of     the Area in Ha        Cocoon          Silk Prodn.
          Crop/Taluk/District                      Prodn.          in Lakhs
                                                   in Tonnes
 1        Mulbery(Periyapatna) 65.90               32.815          36.096
 2        Mulbery(Mysore           4385.58         1723.706        1896.084
          district)
 3        Total                    4385.58         1723.706        1896.084


It is observed from the above table that Mulberry is cultivated only in 65.90
hectares in the taluk with a meagre Cocoon production of 32.815 tonnes
resulting 36.096 Lakhs worth of silk production i.e 1.90 % of the entire district.
There is ample scope for expanding this activity in the taluk provided the dept
of Sericulture makes valiant effort in popularizing this activity through some
monetary benefits.


9.2.10. Minerals: -

       Periyapatna taluk is endowed with Quartz black dolomite mineral
deposits. There is scope for industry based on this mineral deposits.




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                                CHAPTER-10

                  INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES

10. INFRASTRUCTURE IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK

       Availability of infrastructure facilities in adequate measure is essential
for growth and development of industries. This Chapter is, therefore, devoted
to a detailed study of various infrastructure facilities available in Periyapatna
taluk.

      The infrastructure facilities are broadly classified into two categories i.e.
Physical infrastructure and Social infrastructure.

10.1 Physical Infrastructure:-
1. Land: - Land is considered to be an important factor for development of
industries. It is essential to know whether sufficient land is available for
starting industries in a particular area. The land, which is fallow and barren,
can be only used for industrial purpose because this is considered unfit for
agriculture purpose. As per the land records of Periyapatna taluk during the
year 2003-04 there were 11137 Ha fallow land and 4330 Ha of barren land
available for industrial use. This indicates that there is sufficient barren as well
as uncultivable land available in the taluk, which could be utilised for starting
industries without encroaching upon agricultural land.

2. Factory accommodation: - For setting up of any industry, a permanent
factory accommodation is very essential. But all entrepreneurs are not capable
of developing their own land and constructing their own sheds. Karnataka
Small Scale Industries Development Corporation – an agency at the State level
constructs sheds and allots to the needy entrepreneurs. In Periyapatna taluk
there is 1 industrial estate viz.Periyapatna Industrial Estate. The table below
indicates the area acquired, number of sheds constructed, allotted and vacant in
the industrial estate:-




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                        TABLE No.9
    DETAILS OF INDUSTRIAL ESTATES IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK
                         (1999-2000)
Sl.no Name of the Area acquired             No      of No of No of No      of
      Indl.Estate   (In Acres)             Sheds       Plots Vacant Vacant
                                                             Sheds  Plots
1      Periyapatna       15.95               10          ---   6       --
2      Total         in 147.51               534         86    42      7
       Mysore district
                         (Source: KSSIDC, Mysore)
       It is observed from the above table that sheds/plots are vacant due to
lack of proper logistic support, hence efforts should be made by the state to
improve the existing logistic facilities in Periyapatna taluk.

3.Industrial Area:- Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB),
Bangalore is an agency involved in acquiring land and development of plots
for starting industries. KIADB has acquired lands throughout the Karnataka
wherever there is a need for bigger factory accommodation required for small
scale as well as medium and large scale industries. As regards Periyapatna
taluk there are no industrial area in the entire taluk, but in the entire district
there 6 ones namely 1) Hebbal 2) Hootagalli 3) Belvadi 4) Belagola 5)
Nanjangud and 6) Thandya . The first 4 are in Mysore taluk & the last 2 are in
Nanjangud taluk. Since Periyapatna taluk is bestowed with the required
ingredients for industrialisation , it is very much essential to develop some
more plots with latest & needed logistics in the taluk so as to activate the
over all industrial development in the taluk/district.
                                 TABLE No.10
   DETAILS OF INDUSTRIAL AREA IN MYSORE DISTRICT (1999-
                                      2000)
Sl.no Name of the Indl.Area       Measurements      No of Units         Vacant area
                                   (In acres)                         ( In acres)
1      Hebbal                    974           466                    154
2      Hootagalli                312.51        224                    43.14
3      Belvadi                   202.5         45                     4.75
4      Belagola                  437           111                    9
5      Nanjangud                 452.53        55                     11.19
6      Thandya                   60.5          10                     80.5
7      Total                     2439.04       911                    302.58
                          (Source: KIADB, Mysore)




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It is observed from the above table that the vacant area is maximum in Hebbal
industrial area purely due to topographical reasons, where as in other industrial
area the vacant area is not that much due to the establishment of medium &
large scale industries. Instead of developing such a big industrial area in
Hebbal, the concerned authorities should have developed more or less equal
industrial area in all the taluks of Mysore district, resulting in the avoidance of
existing regional imbalance in respect of industrial areas in the entire Mysore
district.

4. Water:-Availability of adequate water is inevitable for industrial
development. In the presence of perennial rivers, Canals, Tanks and Wells are
the main sources of water supply. Periyapatna taluk is getting water supply
from Cauvery river, the excess water may be diverted much for industrial
purpose.

5.Power:- Power is another important input required             for industrial
development. Tumkur district does not have any power generating stations. It
was ascertained from the authorities that the power requirement of Periyapatna
taluk is met by the supplies from Sharavathy and Mahatma Gandhi Hydro-
Electric Stations. The distribution of power is done through the receiving
stations set up in the taluk.


6.Railway:-Railways play an important role in the speedy development of
industries in a particular area. This facilitates quick transportation of raw
material and finished goods. Periyapatna taluk is not on the railway network.
This is one of the major reasons for lack of industrialization in the entire taluk

7.Roads:- Proper roads are very essential for moving raw material as well as
finished goods from one place to another. Periyapatna taluk is not connected
with very good road network. Table given below indicates the total road
network in the taluk during 2004-05.

                     TABLE No.11
TOTAL ROAD LENGTH IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK DURING 2004-05

                                                           2004-05
Sl.No.                                                     Road length (In Kms)
          Classification
1         National Highway                                 0.00
2         State Highway                                    71.60



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3        District Major Roads                           267.60
4                                                       47.00
         Other district roads
6        Forest roads                                   8.47
7        Village roads                                  407
8        Total                                          801.67

                    (Source: DAG, Mysore 2004-05)

8..Road transport:- There are various kinds of road transport available right
from bullock carts to high speed lorries. Bullock carts play an important role
in agricultural operations. They are also used for carrying manure to farms and
food grains to markets. Cycles and autorickshaws are the main means of
transport in Periyapatna taluk.. KSRTC runs regular buses from Periyapatna
to various taluk headquarters and other parts of the State. Different kinds of
vehicles operating in the taluk are given below:-

                        TABLE No.12
            CATEGORY WISE NO. OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN
                 PERIYAPATNA TALUK (2004-05)
S.No.   Category                                  Nos.(2004-05)
1       Motor cycles                              5398
2       Cars                                      37
3       Auto Rickshaws                            138
5       Others                                    0
6       Total                                     5573
                     (Source: DAG 2004-05 Mysore)

9. Air transport:- Mysore district is having air transport facility, but not a
modernized one.

10. Sea Transport:- Nearest seaports to Mysore district are at Mangalore and
Chennai.

11. Post and Telecommunication:- Postal and telecommunication facilities
are fairly well developed in Periyapatna taluk. Following table gives the
communication network available in the taluk.




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                               TABLE No.13

        POSTAL AND TELECOMMUNICATION NET WORK IN
                    PERIYAPATNA TALUK

S.No.    Category                         2004-05 (Nos.)
1        Post offices                     41
2        Telegraph offices                4
3        Telephone Exchanges              12
4        Telephone in use                 6916

              (Source: District at a Glance 2004-05, Mysore)

10.2 . SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE:-
1. Entrepreneurship:- Entrepreneurship is an important factor which
promotes industrial development in a particular area. Though Periyapatna
taluk is 158 Kms to Bangalore, there is lack of entrepreneurship among the
local people. They prefer to go for jobs rather than to take risk of starting
industries, which involve identification of suitable product lines and
organisation of land, labour and capital required for establishing industrial
enterprises. Therefore, there is, need for promoting entrepreneurship among the
local people of the taluk and motivating them to set up industries so that
unemployment problem can be solved to a great extent.

2. Market Potential:- Marketing has assumed great importance today. The
liberalisation of Indian economy has created acute competition in the
marketing of products. Not only there is competition but it is imperfect.
Emphasis has shifted from production to consumption. There is no longer
sellers market but buyers market. Manufacturers at present cannot take
consumers for granted. Manufacturers have to manufacture only those products
which consumers desire; sell them in the quantity required by them at the place
where it is convenient for them to purchase; at a time when they require and at
a price which they can afford to pay. Consumers today are more educated and
quality conscious. There exists good market potential within the district as
well as out district for the products manufactured in the taluk.

      Periyapatna taluk had a population of 2.24 lakh persons as per 2001
census. The population of the district provides adequate market for goods
manufactured in the taluk. Further the greatest advantage Periyapatna taluk is
having is its close proximity to Bangalore city which offers market outlet for
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taluk can find market in other cities provided it is well connected by road and
rail with atleast neighbouring states..

3. Lending Institutions:-Availability of finance is essential for industrial
development. Finance is required both for fixed capital and working capital of
industries. State Bank of Mysore is the lead Bank of the district. Other
important commercial banks functioning in the taluk and Canara Bank,
Syndicate Bank, State Bank of India. During the year 2005-06 there were 9
commercial banks and 5 Grameena bank in the taluk.

4. Karnataka State Financial Corporation:- It is a regional industrial Bank
set 4. up by the Govt. of Karnataka to provide financial assistance to small
scale and medium industries.

5. Education:- Education plays a vital role in the field of industrial
development. Every industry whether it is a big or small requires skilled,
semi-skilled or unskilled workers. At times industry may need traditional
skilled workers also. At grass root level traditional skilled workers include
carpenters, cobblers, blacksmiths, potters, weavers etc. These craftsmen are
mostly engaged in running small industries. For running modern type of
industries persons of high skills are required, which are supplied by the
technical institutions to the industries. Table below indicates number of
institutions imparting primary education to degree level in the taluk.


                                  TABLE No.15
        CATEGORY WISE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN
                  PERIYAPATNA TALUK

 S.No. Category                       No.                  of No. of students
                                      Institutions
 1      Primary education             290                      34960
 2      High Schools & Pre-University 41                       13277
 3      Degree Colleges               2                        563
 4      Engineering Colleges          ---                      ---
 5      Medical College               ---                      ---
 6      Polytechnic                   ---                      ---

                   (Source: District at a Glance, Mysore)




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6.Medical facility:- Medical facility plays an important role for the smooth
functioning of the industries. Workers employed in industries are required to
be provided with proper medical aid as and when it is required. Industries are
covered under ESI Act wherein the employees are given medical facilities
within their reach. At present there is 1 Government and private hospitals, 13
primary Health Centres & 3 Family Welfare Centre taking care of the health
problems of Periyapatna taluk.




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                               CHAPTER-11

              EXISTING INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE
11. PRESENT INDUSTRIAL                  STRUCTURE IN PERIYAPATNA
TALUK

       Before going into the details for finding out scope for new industries, it
is of paramount importance to study the present industrial structure in the
taluk. The study of the present industrial scenario will throw light on the extent
to which the taluk has developed industrially and the type of industries that are
already existing. It also helps to avoid suggesting those industries having more
concentration in the area with a view to create a healthy and competitive
atmosphere for industrial development. The study further focuses attention on
the problems being confronted by the existing entrepreneurs.

       The study of existing structure of industries relates to large and medium
industries, tiny and small-scale industries, and cottage and artisan type of
industries. The present position in respect of each of these industries is
presented in the following paragraphs.

11.1 Large and medium scale industries (LMEs): -

       There is 1 large & 1 Medium industries in Periyapatna taluk as on 31 st
March 2005. There is no proposal for setting up of any medium scale or large
scale units in and around Periyapatna taluk either by Public Sector Undertaking
or by Multi-nationals.

11.2 Small Scale Industries(SSIs):-

       A study on the existing small scale industries revealed that majority of
the industries is of traditional type. According to the information furnished by
the District Industrial Center, Mysore there are 1181 small scale units
registered upto the end of March,2005 in the taluk, providing employment to
5141 persons. Product wise number of industries in the taluk as on 31.3.2005
is given below:




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                                TABLE No.17


PRODUCT WISE NO. OF SSI UNITS IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK

S.No   Category                              No. of units   Employment
.                                                           (Nos.)
1      Food and Beverages                    218            532
2      Textile and Garments                  212            474
3      Wood and Wood products                256            600
4      Printing and Stationery               9              28
5      Leather and leather products          36             72
6      Rubber and Plastics                   9              28
7      Chemical and Chemical Products        77             365
8      General Engineering                   120            458
9      Glass and Ceramics                    17             68
10     Electrical & Electronics              14             38
11     Job work / Repair & Servicing         61             107
12     Others                                152            2371
13     Total                                 1181           5141

          (Source: Directorate of Industries & commerce , Bangalore)

11.3 Khadi and Village Industries:-

       Khadi and Village Industries Board is another agency which helps rural
artisans in pursuing their traditional avocation. The Board assists entrepreneurs
by providing training for upgradaing their skills and financial support for
their ventures. The Board also helps the units in marketing their products
through their net-work. The idea behind development of khadi and village
industries is to create employment opportunities among traditional rural
artisans.

11.4 Handloom:-

      Handlooms are another type of traditional industry existing since time
immemorial. This industry has provided good employment opportunity for the
people in the rural areas. Till recently, this industry was mostly in the
unorganised sector. Due to the efforts by Government, lot of encouragement
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11.5 Artisans:-

       Artisans constitute traditional skills at the grass root level and form an
important segment in the society. In the olden days these artisans were given
lot of importance. In every village you can find carpenters, blacksmiths,
weavers , cobblers etc

11.6 Unregistered units:

So far no systematic data is collected on the pattern of unregistered units in the
district/State. During the third All India Census, an attempt has been made to
collect data on unregistered units in the State. The data was collected on a
sample basis . However, it does not give the exact picture on number of
unregistered units in a particular taluk/district/State. During 2001-02 there
were 23857 (estimated) unregistered units were found existing in the District.
There is no information on investment and employment about these units.

Discussions with Joint Director, DIC, Mysore revealed that no factual data is
available on unregistered units in the Periyapatna taluk/district. No attempts
have been made to identify or to collect the data on unregistered units. It was
informed to the survey team that every efforts have been made to register all
types of industries in the district. The District Industries Centre may be
directed to enumerate the unregistered units in the taluk/district for assessing
the total number of industries/industry related activities.


11.7 Other major activities in the unorganized Sector

Apart from industry agriculture, construction activities, beedi rolling, agarbathi
rolling, retailing and whole-sale marketing of agricultural products are
considered as economic activities in an area. The activities mentioned are also
providing a gainful employment to the masses in the unorganized sector. The
workers need not have any educational background. However, this adds in
computing GDP/NDP of the district/State.

11.8 Construction activity
Construction activity is picking up in the area. Due to the communication
system and high cost maintenance in Mysore City many people are shifting to
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11.9 Beedi Rolling
Rolling of beedi is a home made activity. This activity provides mass
employment to the uneducated persons. Eventhough, it has been considered as
health hazard still few families are depending upon instead of going and
working in an open atmosphere.

11.10Agarbathi Rolling.

 It was observed during the field visit that a few uneducated men and women
were engaged in the Agarbathi rolling as their means of livelihood. These
workers were getting orders from manufacturers for rolling raw agarbathies.
This is providing a sustainable employment to the unorganized workers in the
taluk/district.
11.11Other Economic Activities

It is indicated in the net domestic product that professionals such as lawyers
and doctors, other workers like hotels, farm, retail shops, transport workers etc
are also contributing to the income of the State. Periyapatna taluk/district is
having good number of professionals like lawyers and doctors who are self-
employed. There are good number of hotels where consider number of people
are employed, which is also providing gainful employment. It is needless to
say that Periyapatna taluk/district is also in no way less in providing large-scale
employment to the farm workers since agriculture is the main livelihood of the
population.

11.12 DOMINATING MSMEs UNITS IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK

   1) Agricultural implements
   2) Agarbathy
   3) Auto services & repairs
   4) Bamboo works
   5) Bullock carts
   6) Bakery
   7) Coir products
   8) Flour& Huller mill
   9) Printing press
   10) Readymade garments
   11) Rice mill
   12) Wooden furniture
   13) Tobacco curing




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                              CHAPTER-12

                                    SWOT
12. SWOT ANALYSIS

Before commenting on the scope for industries of any particular Taluk or
District SWOT Analysis has to be conducted. This analysis would give a
deeper analysis of the resources infrastructure facilities other conditions, which
are conducive for industrial development. An entrepreneur would be mentally
prepared to set up his venture after analyzing the SWOT results.

After careful study of the resources and other infrastructural facilities the
following are SWOT analysis.


      Strength:

  1) Good number of uneducated youth are available with semi skills

   2) Very good water resources

  3) Abundant natural resources

   4) Polluted free environment

  5) Favorable weather

  6) Proximity to the industrial towns like Bangalore, Coimbathore, Tirupur
  .

  7) Cattle& Forest resources

   8) Varied agricultural produce

   9) Well organized social infrastructure

  10) Existence of R&D institutes like CFTRI, DFRL, CSRTI, CIPET &
      GT&TC

  11) Upcoming Horticulture sectors




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  12) Existence of industrial giants such as Infosys, TVS, Raid & Taylor,
      Automatic axle, Sai Laxmi Textiles & Nestle

  13) Internationally acclaimed Agarbathy industries

  14) World famous tourist& pilgrimage centres

   Weakness:

  1) Lack of entrepreneurship with the local people

  2) Lethargic attitude of local people .

  4) Non availability of Rapid Transit System

  6) Non practice of innovative farming

  7) Excess number of sick/closed units

  8) Non availability of easy & reasonable credit

  9) Non existence of Cargo airport

  10) Non availability of rail line in Periyapatna taluk.

     Opportunity:

  1) Large scale industries such as Infosys, TVS, Raid & Taylor, Automatic
     axle, Sai Laxmi Textiles, Nestle are present & opportunities are available
     for semi skilled professionals.

  2) Proximity to CSIR labs.

  3) Proximity to industrial towns like Tirupur, & Coimbathore .

  4) Availability of highly skilled/educated youth.

  5) Availability of diversified/abundant resources.

  6) Excellent scope for tourism sector.

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    Threat:

  1) Continuous closures of SSI units at a rapid pace.

  2) Evil    impact     is     more        than   the    noble   impact   of
     Globalisation/Liberalisation.

  3) Automation of industrial activities

  4) Changing life styles




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                                CHAPTER-13

                  SCOPE FOR NEW INDUSTRIES

  13. SCOPE FOR NEW INDUSTRIES IN PERIYAPATNA TALUK

  After analyzing resources both men & material it is observed that the
  following sustainable MSMEs are suggested for rapid industrial
  development in Periyapatna taluk

13.1 FOLLOWING ARE THE SUSTAINABLE MSMEs UNITS IN
PERIYAPATNA TALUK

SL.          Activity
NO.
 1               2
       Food & Beverages
 1.    Mechanized Bakery
 2.    Vermicelli
 3.    Ice creams
 4.    Coffee Roasting &
       Grinding
 5.    Modern Rice Mill
 6.    Flour Mills
 7     Huller mills
 8      Bran stabilizing unit
 9.    Aerated water
10.    Chips
11.    Chilly Powder
12     Pappads
13.    Tamarind Powder
14.    Milk Products
15.    Arecanut Plates
16.    Beaten Rice
17.    Puffed Rice
18     Tobacco curing




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       Textile and Garments
 1.    Readymade
       Garments
 2     Tailoring houses
       3.Silk Reeling
       4.Silk Twisting
       5.Silk weaving


       Wood Based
       Industry

 1     Wooden Furniture
 2.    Building Material
 3.    Carpentry shop
       Bamboo works

       Printing &
       Stationery
 1.    Screen Printing
 2.    Paper Bags
 3.    Printing Press
 4.    Mini Offset Printing
 5.    Book Binding
 6.    Card Board Boxes

       Leather & Rexin
       Products
 1.    Rexin Travel/School
       Bags
 2.    Leather Footwear

       Rubber & Plastics
 1.    Tyre Retreading
 2.    Polythene Bags



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 3.    Welded Plastic
       Articles
 4.    Blow Moulded
       Plastic Containers
 5.    Injection moulded
       items
 6.    Plastic Chairs

       Chemical & Allied
       Products
 1.    Camphor Tablets
 2.    Cleaning Powder
 3.    Wax Candle
 4.    Distilled Water For
       Automobiles
 5.    French Polish
 6.    Reprocessing of
       Plastics
 7.    Redoxide Primer
 8.    Activated Carbon
       from Coconut shell
 9.    Naphthalene Balls
10.    Phenyl
11.    Bleaching Powder
12     Agarbathy




       Coir based
       industries

 1.    Coir Products (Door
       Mats Cushions etc)

       Glass & Ceramics
 1.    Flooring Tiles

 2.    Country Bricks

 3.    Pavement Tiles




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       General
       Engineering

 1.    Steel Furniture
 2.    Fabrication
       Workshop
 3.    Agricultural
       Implements
 4.    Sprayers
 5.    Rolling Shutters
 6.    General Engineering
 7     Black smithy
 8.    G.I Milk Cans
 9     Sheet Metal
       Fabrication
10.    Iron Hinges
11.    Tractor Trailors

       Job Works Repairs
       & Servicing
 1.    Auto Service Station
 2.    Repair of Electrical
       Goods
 3.    Repair & Servicing
       of Cell phones
 4.    Repair of Leather
       Goods
 5.    Repair & Servicing
       of Watch
 6.    Computer Servicing
       & Maintenance
       7. Cobbler
       8. Vulcanizing
 9     Pathological
       Laboratory
 10    X-ray Clinic
 11    DTP Centres




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       Tourism

 1.    Boarding & lodging
 2     Fast Food Centers
 3.    Internet Surfing
       Centers
 4.    Taxi Rentals
 5.    Beauty Parlors




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                               CHAPTER-14

          SALIENT FEATURES OF THE SCHEMES

14. SALIENT FEATURES OF SCHEMES BEING IMPLEMENTED BY
VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES OF THE STATE/CENTRAL
GOVERNMENT IN THE DISTRICT.

           The Industrial policy of the State Government for the year 2001-05
has declared all the taluks in the District as “B” Category, which implies the
District is not well developed. For providing incentives to the upcoming
entrepreneurs, the Govt. of Karnataka has announced 15% investment subsidy.

          The Govt. sponsored programmes such as Kissan Credit Cards,
SGSY, SGSRY, PMRY, Chitanya, Swavalambana, Self-employment scheme,
SLRS, Scheme for SC/ST Development Corporation, Udyogini, Scheme of
Women & Child Development Corporation are providing an incentives for
educated unemployed persons. The other Departments such as KVIC, DIC and
Lead District Banks are also helping the educated unemployed youths through
various programmes and policies of their Departments.

         A Credit Plan for Women was launched recently by Govt. of India
through RBI. The schemes envisages an amount of Rs.25,000/- for
undertaking a sustainable self-employment ventures. This amount is given to
the women entrepreneurs without any co-lateral security.

         The Artisan Credit Card Scheme aims at providing adequate and
timely assistance from the Banking Institutions to the Artisans to meet their
credit requirements for fixed capital as well as working capital in a flexible and
cost effective manner. The scheme is launched both in rural and urban areas.

        The Swarojgar Credit Card Scheme aims at providing adequate and
timely credit i.e, working capital/or block capital or both to small artisans,
handloom weavers service sector, fishermen, self-employed persons, rickshaw
owners, other micro entrepreneurs etc., from the banking system in a flexible,
hassle free and cost effective manner. The facility may also include a
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          Important poverty alleviation programmes implemented in the
  district are SGSY, PMRY, SJSRY, Special Component Plan, (SCP),
  Chaitanya and Swawalambana from the BCM corporation.           Brief
  particulars of the above programmes are indicated below:

14.1 SGSY

         The Swarnajayanthi Gram Swarozgar Yojana has been launched from
  the year 1999-2000 with a view to providing holistic approach to the
  proverty alleviation in rural areas. The emphasis in the programme is on
  identifying and developing sectors of economic activity in each
  district/block which can lift a large numbers of people above the poverty
  line with a focus on group approach. The programme replaces the earlier
  IRDP, DWCRA, TRYSEM, SITRA, MWS programmes and plans to cover
  30% of the BPL families in each block in 5 years. Identification of key-
  activities, preparation of project profiles, training and skill upgradation for
  the swarozgaris, emphasis on group approach rather than individual
  approach, provision of revolving fund assistance to SHGs are the salient
  features of the scheme. DRDAs may support sensitive support mechanisms
  ie., Facilitators who could be in the form of NGOs, rural branches of
  Commercial Banks / RRBs/ Co-operative banks who are engaged in the
  task of initiating and sustaining group development process. Revolving
  Fund Subsidy is available to the extent of group corpus with a minimum of
  Rs.5000/- and maximum of Rs.10000/- linked with bank credit. The
  subsidy amount could be further increased to Rs.20000/- inclusive of
  previous doses if the group is observed to have successfully utilised the
  revolving fund. Subsidy is provided @ 50% of the project cost subject to a
  ceiling of Rs.7500/- in respect of individuals and Rs.1.25 lakh in respect of
  groups (limitation @ Rs.10000/member). Procedure for providing back-
  end subsidy will continue. There is a provision to provide Basic
  Orientation and Skill Upgradation training programmes for both individuals
  as well as groups (10%) creation of infrastructure (20%) and provision of
  revolving fund (10%). Funding of the SGSY is in the ratio of 75 : 25
  between the Centre and the States.


14.2PMRY

         Launched in 1993-34, it is a programme for assisting unemployed
  youth to take up income generating activity under self employment. Prime
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      year 1994-95. A district level Task Force Committee comprising of DIC
      officers, respective branch managers and representative of Lead Bank has
      been constituted to identify and select beneficiaries under the scheme.
      Before disbursing the amount, the beneficiaries are required to be given
      minimum training/ orientation in Entrepreneurship / accountancy and basic
      managerial inputs. Age of the candidate has been relaxed up to 45 years in
      respect of SC/ST Ex-servicemen/ Physically handicapped and women.
      Scheme will now cover all unemployed youths with a minimum
      qualification of VIII standard (passed). A person trained in any trade in
      Govt. recognized/approved institutions (ITI s) at least for six months will
      be given preference. All income generating activities under ISB,
      Agricultural and allied activities (excluding raising crops, purchase of
      fertilizer) are now covered under PMRY. Prime Ministers’ Rozgar Yojana
      aims at providing Self employment to rural and urban youth of the age
      group of 18-35 years. Income limit for beneficiary and family is Rs.40,000
      pa., The maximum amount of investment is Rs.2.00 lakh per beneficiary
      with maximum subsidy of Rs.7500/- is envisaged under the scheme.

14.3 SJSRY

        Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana being implemented in all towns
falling under the Urban local bodies of any category irrespective of the
population, has two components:

i)       Assistance to individual urban poor for setting up Micro Enterprises :
         Under the scheme, persons living in urban areas and below the poverty
         line are supported with a subsidy of 15% (maximum Rs.7500/-) of the
         project cost of Rs.50,000/-. Minimum educational qualification upto 9th
         standard is required for any person to be eligible under the scheme.

ii)      Development of Women and Children in Urban Areas (DWCUA) :
         Based on group approach, is being implemented exclusively to assist
         poor women from urban areas to enable them to set up self employment
         ventures. The DWCUA group consists of 7 to 10 women members
         from the BPL families. All activities to be financed should be on group
         basis/project, for the group as a whole. The subsidy will be 50% of the
         project cost, with a maximum of Rs.1,25,000/- per group, and the
         balance will be from bank loan and margin money of 5% to be
         contributed by all members of the group.




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14.4 Schemes of State Govt Corporations

i)     Scheme of Karnataka Minorities Development Corporation
       (KMDC)

        Under the Swawalambana Scheme, eligible persons are financially
assisted for improving business, starting small scale industries, services,
agriculture, etc., through the Banks and KSFC. To become eligible for
assistance under the scheme, the applicant, age limit of 18-60 years, must be a
permanent resident of Karnataka by birth or domicile and belonging to the
religious minority group. The total annual income of the applicant’s family
should not exceed Rs.22000. The applicant needs to have necessary skills and
experience to start the business/take up the activity on his own. The
Corporation will identify the applicants and forward the applications to the
bank concerned for verification of viability and feasilibility of the project. The
District Committee will approve the sanctioned proposals and recommend to
the corporation for release of margin money loan and subsidy component. It
provides margin money loan at 7% pa. The Financial institutions will release
the total loan including margin money and subsidy to the beneficiaries.




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                                                           ANNEXURE -I

                         New Industrial Policy
      The New Industrial Policy and the incentives package shall be deemed
      to have come into effect from 1.4.2006 and will have a span of five
      years there from i.e. up to 31.03.2011.

      1. Introduction:

      1.1 Karnataka is one of the top 5 industrialized States in the country. It
      has a history of pioneering industrial development initiatives since the
      time of the Princely State of Mysore and subsequently in the post
      independence era. The state was the first in the country to have brought
      out a state industrial policy during 1983, followed by successive State
      Industrial Policies in 1988, 1990, 1996 and in 2001.

      1.2 During the just concluded 2001-06 Industrial Policy period,
      investment approvals of mega projects [with investments of over Rs.50
      cores each] by the State High Level Clearance Committee [SHLCC]
      and large & medium projects by the State Level Single Window Agency
      [SLSWA] have shown sustained increase/growth. The number of
      projects approved by the SHLCC is 148 with an investment of
      Rs.1,15.882 crores and employment potential of 4,90,869 persons.
      During the same policy period 65,231 SSI units registered with
      Rs.2,079.62 cores of investment and provide employment to 2,95,487
      persons.

      1.3 The State GDP growth rate during 2005-06 is 8.7% with industrial
      sector accounting for 18%. Having regard to this it is felt that the new
      policy should have a mission to achieve GSDP growth of over 9%.

      1.4 The industrial recession, which was prevalent up to 2002-03 has
      now given way to increased investment & growth, as is evident in the
      year – wise investment approvals by SHLCC & SLSWCC.

      1.5 However, this increased flow of investment need to be supported
      with (i) On demand infrastructure availability, (ii) Human resources for
      diverse sectors, (iii) Single Window support and facilitation mechanism,
      so that the projects are implemented expeditiously and go into a
      operation.




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      1.6 Today, there is intense competition between States for attracting
      investments. Investors naturally choose the state that offers best
      combination of (i) Industrial & Social infrastructure, (ii) Human
      Resources, (iii) Technology savvy work force and (iv)The Sate that
      offers “Ease of doing Business”.

      1.7 The fiscal / taxation regime and incentives & Concession offered by
      the states, Government of India also have important bearing on the
      locational decision of Project.

      1.8 His Excellency, the president of India Dr. A.P. J. Abdul Kalam, in
      his address to the members of the Karnataka Legislature on 20-11.2005
      on the occasion of “Suvarna Karnataka celebrations” had advocated 11
      Missions for Karnataka’s prosperity of these Mission on Textiles, Bio-
      fuel , Agro processing and Entrepreneurship and related to industries
      sector and addressed in this policy.

      1.9 Government accords highest priority to the objectives of dispersal of
      industrial investments in various backward regions/ districts of the State
      so that the fruits of economic development and employment
      opportunities are shared by all segments of society and in all parts of
      State in as equitable manner as possible.

      1.10 The new Industrial policy 2006-211 attempts to address the above
      aspects in a balanced manner.

      2. Vision:

      2.1 Policy to help facilitate the state achieve a GSDP growth of over
      9%, Which in turn call for an industrial sector growth of over 12%.

      2.2 To focus on strengthening of the manufacturing industry in the State
      and to increase it,s percentage share of the GSDP from the present
      average of 16.70% to over 20% by the end of the policy period.

      2.3 To achieve an increased share of Karnataka’s export in the National
      exports from the present 15% to 20% by the end of the policy period.

      2.4 To create additional employment generation to at least 10.00 lakh
      persons in the manufacturing and service sectors during the policy
      period.



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      2.5 Promote diversified industrial base with strength in both old
      economy & new economy fields.

      2.6 Facilitate reduction of regional imbalance in the matter of economic
      opportunities employment and growth.

      2.7 Endeavor to promote sustained industrial growth by facilitating
      accelerated flow of investments.

      2.8 In short, to promote sustained, growth oriented industrialization with
      employment & revenue generation, for overall socio-economic
      development of the State.

      3. STRATEGY:

      Keeping the above objectives in mind the Strategy for further
      industrialization of the State during the next 5 years would be:

      3.1 To classify various taluks of the State into 3 zones for the purpose of
      focused attention:-

      (i) Zone-1:- 79 Taluks - most / more backward Taluks as categorized
      by Dr.D.M. Najnjundappa Committee Report.

      (ii) Zone -2 :- 85 Taluks – [Taluks not covered in zone 1&3].

      (iii) Zone -3:- 12 Taluks – of Bangalore Urban & Rural District
      [extending Taluks of Kanakapura & Magadi] Mangalore and Mysore
      Taluks.

      Details of Taluks indicated in Annexure -A

      3.2 To develop industrial infrastructure facilities ahead of the
      requirements, in various key location of the State through the
      KIADB/KSSIDC. Annually a minimum of 5,000 acres of quality
      industrial infrastructure would be created during the policy period. Such
      Industrial Areas will be developed in an integrated manner reserving up
      to 25% of the area for housing and other social infrastructure. The
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      3.3 Keeping in view the fact that water is a crucial support requirement
      for industrialization, Government would facilitate implementation of
      mega industrial water supply schemes for potential locations through
      Special Purpose Vehicles [SPVs].

      3.4 A comprehensive Power Policy would be formulated by the
      Department of Energy. This policy would encourage power generation
      from IPPs and also through captive power generation.

      3.5 To meet the rising energy requirements of the State on account of
      rapid industrialization, Government would facilitate preparation of a
      “Gas Distribution Master Plan” to enable public/private sector players to
      bring in gas from diverse sources for distribution.

      3.6 Apart from standard infrastructure in the form of industrial areas and
      industrial estates specialized industrial infrastructure for specific sectors
      and Special Economic Zones [Multi-Product, Product specific, Sector
      Specific and Free Trade Zones] would be encouraged to be established
      through both KIADB as well as private sector promoters. The
      establishment of multi-product specific SEZs will be encouraged in all
      districts of the state except Bangalore Urban District. However,
      establishment of SEZs even in Bangalore Urban District will also be
      encourage if the proponent of SEZ comes forward to do so in his/her
      own land or through a joint development agreement with the land
      owners.

      3.7 The ONGC in association with Govt. of Karnataka is already
      implementing a large Multi- product SEZ that would predominantly
      house petroleum refining and petro-chemical projects. Govt. would take
      up with Govt. of India for enlargement of the size and scope of
      Mangalore SEZ Ltd. in the Petroleum, Chemicals & Petro-chemicals
      Investment Region (PCPIR).

      3.8 Industrial corridor /Cluster development would be encouraged in
      potential locations.

      3.9 State would encourage alternate partnership & financing options for
      infrastructure development.

      3.10 Focused attention on sub-sectors /areas whereas the State has core
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      Steel, Cement, Pharmaceuticals, Food Processing, Apparel & Textiles,
      Electronics, information Technology, Bio Technology etc..

      3.11 In view of the fact that the silk reeling sector in highly employment
      oriented, a separate package will be formulated in consultation with the
      sericulture Department.

      3.12 Impetus for development of renewable & non-conventional energy
      sources through Mission approach.

      3.13 Human Resources Development - Government would promote
      /help facilitate establishment of specialized skill development
      institutions at key locations suitable for the manufacturing industries
      and emerging vocations in the service sector. A scheme of State support
      through public, private partnership would be evolved & implemented.
      The Government assistance will be in the form of providing land and
      financial assistance for creation of basic infrastructure facilities as
      follows:

      (i) Grant of up to 5 acres of Government land will be considered along
      with capital contributing of 50% of the project cost subject to a ceiling
      of Rs.2 crores per Training establishment for sector specific training.

      (ii) Recurring cost for running the training institution an amount of Rs.
      750/- p.m/ per trainee will be provided subjected to a ceiling of Rs. 15
      lakhs per year for a period of 3 Years

      (iii) Government will launch a new scheme to provide Rs.750/- p.m.
      stipend for on-the-job training of unemployment educated youth for
      training in different vocations through industrial/ service establishments.

      The modalities of the scheme will be worked out by the Government
      separately.

      3.14 Promote Agro Food Processing industries in the potential location
      to help farmers realize better value / price for their produce, through
      increased localized processing of agriculture output. As an incentive for
      setting up of new agriculture produce processing industries, APMS cess
      in respect of such procurement by the processing industries directly
      from the farmers will be exempted. Necessary amendments to the
      existing law will be brought about by the Co-operation Department in
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      3.15 In the context of globalised economy, survival & growth of SSI
      Sector depend up on its ability to modernize, improve quality & cut
      costs. Karnataka Council for technology upgradation [KCTU] would be
      strengthened to take up promotional programmes in this regard.

      3.16 Programmes for promotion of local entrepreneurship would be
      strengthened through appropriate restructuring of institutional
      mechanism to impart entrepreneurship training to 3,00,000 persons
      during the policy period.

      3.17 Special incentives for entrepreneurs setting up units in backward
      areas. Additional incentives for units promoted by entrepreneurs from
      the category of SC/ST, Minority, Women, Physically challenged & EX-
      Servicemen.

      3.18 Government would work in close co-ordination with Industry
      Associations/ Chambers of Commerce/ Trade bodies to have continuous
      feed back on the state of industries and the support measures needed.

      3.19 Improvement of investment climate and business environment
      through decentralized governance measure and efficient facilitation.

      3.20 Government would take up comprehensive rationalization &
      simplification of provisions of various labour laws to enable flexibility
      & increased productivity in the industry.

      3.21 Government would come up with a separate revival package for
      sick SSI units and DIFR cases, after consultation with all the stake
      holders viz; Industry Associations, Financial Institutions/ Banks,
      Service Providers, labour representatives. A clear cut Exit policy would
      be attempted.

      3.22 Local Amendments to The SEZ Act 2005 & Rules 2006 [Central
      Act] Would be effected providing for state level facilitation &
      incentives, labour law rationalized etc..

      3.23 The BMRDA has taken up 5 New Townships around Bangalore.
      As per BMRDA Master Plan economic activities would be encouraged
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      3.24 The District Industries Center (DIC) Would be designated as Nodal
      Agency at the district level for implementation of Self Employment
      Programmers and Self- Helps Groups.

      3.25 Global information Centers would be set up at all DIC at district
      head quarters for the benefit of entrepreneurs.

      3.26 Industry relevant skills would be identified and training
      programme would be provided to one lakh educated unemployment
      youth for taking self employment ventures and wage-employment.

      3.27 The government shall encourage setting up of various institutions
      and centers of excellence in the field of automobile/machine tools/food
      processing/ building materials and other fields and also encourage
      setting up of Technology Business Incubators in these areas. The
      Government assistance will be in the form of providing financial
      assistance for creation of basic infrastructure facilities, subject to a
      ceiling of Rs.50.00 lakhs per incubator/ centre.

      3.28 Existing areas of concentration of industries would be converted in
      to “Industrial Township” for efficient maintenance of civic amenities
      and services etc.

      3.29 Implementation of Kaigarika Vikas Scheme will be speeded up for
      development of 79 most and more backward Taluks as identified by
      Dr.D.M.Nanjunddappa Committee Report on redressal of regional
      imbalances. G.O.No. CI 154 CSC 2000 dated 8-12-2005 already issued
      for implementation of the scheme will be integrated with this new
      policy. It envisages creation of new economic opportunity by utilisisng
      local resources, skill and demand, by providing ready to use
      infrastructure, human resource development etc.

      3.30 Khadi institutions assisted by KVIC/.KVIB would be provided
      improved charakas for increasing productivity, which in turn, will help
      increased wage earning by artisans.

      3.31 In order to encourage, sustain and safe guard the interest of SSI
      units of Karnataka Government is committed to extend he facility of
      price preference of 15% for the purchase and purchase preference made
      from SSIs units of the state. This incentive as provided in the 2000-06
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      3.32 In order to achieve envisaged export growth rate of 20% during
      the policy period Visvesvarayya Industrial Trade Center (VITC) will be
      strengthened in this regard.

      3.33 Incentives and concessions for various categories of industries and
      locations are indicated in Annexure-B. Negative list of units in-eligible
      for incentives & concessions is indicated in Annexure-C.

      4 ACTION PLAN :

      4.1 KIADB would focus on development of large industrial areas of 500
      or more acres each in potential locations.

      4.2 KIADB would endeavour to complete implementation of SEZ
      projects taken up at Hassan, Mangalore & Shimoga.

      4.3. One time Upgradation of Infrastructure in existing industrial
      areas/estates developed by KIADB/KSSIDC respectively would be
      carried out. Financial assistance would be provided to KIADB /KSSIDC
      to carry out the work subject to the condition that the Local Authorities
      & Industrial Associations come forward to take up future maintenance.
      An infrastructure Upgradation Fund of Rs.500 crores would be created
      for this purpose

      4.4 The Apparel Park taken up by KIADB at Doddaballapur and
      integrated Textile Park at Anekal, Bellary, Davanagere, Mysore,
      Kanakapura would be completed and commissioned early.

      4.5 6 Food parks taken up at Malur, Bagalkot, Maddur, Hiriyur, Jewargi
      and Belgaum would be completed by end of 2007.

      4.6 Governemt would adopt the “Mega Food Park” concept being
      formulated by Ministy of Food Processing, Govt. of India, for
      Implementation in select Districts by providing infrastructure, Forward
      and backward linkages.

      4.7 Accelerated development of food processing industries would be
      encouraged. Karnataka has 11 Agro Climatic Zones ideally suited for
      cultivation of a variety of cereal, oil seeds, fruits & vegetables, spices,
      flower etc. These agro resources would be harnessed to the fullest extent
      to create value chain for farmers, processors & Consumers.




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      4.8 Agriculture produce processing industries will be permitted to
      procure agriculture produce like cereals, oil seeds, fruits & vegetables
      directly from farmers without going though the APMC.

      APMC cess in respect of such procurement by processing industries
      would be exempted.

      4.9 25 Small Industrial areas for development of Cluster in potential
      Taluk through state would be taken up for the benefit to Tiny/SSI Units
      by KSSIDC and completed by 2007-08

      4.10 Private Sector entrepreneurs would be encouraged to set up a
      multi-product specific, sector specific and free trade zones in various
      potential locations based infrastructure support would be extended from
      KIADB.

      4.11 Industrial Corridor/ Cluster development would be taken up in
      potential viz: (i) Bangalore- Mysore (ii) Mysore- Nanjangud, (ii) Hubli-
      Belgaum, (iv) Hospet (v) Mangalore –Udupi, (vi) Bhadravathi-
      Shimoga (vii) Nelamangala (viii) Davanagere- Harihar (xi) Kolar-KGF
      etc.

      4.12 Human Resource Development – A High level committee
      chaired by principal Secretary to Govt., Commerce & Industries
      Department and with Representatives Education, IT & BT , Agriculture
      & Horticulture and vice-Chancellor of University VTU/ Agriculture
      Universities and others would be constituted to work out plant for
      Human Resource Development/ Skill sets required for various
      industries. An amount of Rs. 25 Crores would be earmarked for this
      purpose.

      4.13 Man Power Training Institutions for emerging vocations like
      retailing, Apparels,construction, repair and service of earth moving
      equipment etc. would be sets private sector participation in PPP mode.

      4.14 A state level Industrial Development Council with Hon’ble CM as
      Chairman, Minister for Large & Medium Industries as Vice-Chairman
      and consisting of Industries, Chiefs of Chamber of Commerce &
      Industries / Trade bodies constituted to aid and advise the Government
      on policy issues pertaining to development & Investment promotion in
      the state.




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      4.15 Besides physical infrastructure, Fiscal/ Financial incentives, The
      key aspect timely implementation & commissioning of projects is “de-
      regulation & easy business”. The Karnataka Industries (Facilitation) Act
      2002 and Rules 2002 implemented more effectively for efficient
      delivery of services to the entrepreneurship.

      4.16 Karnataka Udyog Mitra would be strengthened and assigned a
      dominant task of Investment Promotion and Investors support to
      facilitate speedy implement of projects.       The Single Window
      Mechanism would further be ration strengthened to this effect.

      4.17 Under Kigarika Vikasa scheme, GTTC would be set up additional
      sub-centers in tool and die making and implementation of Sector
      specific scheme of various Boards and Corporations, Conducting EDP”s
      Resource mapping of Taluks, upgradation/ Creation of Industrial
      Infrastructure will be taken up by integrating various scheme of other
      Departments. Financial assistance would be provided for sector specific
      scheme implemented by Boards/Corporations.

      4.18 Existing 6 spindle charakas will be replaced by 8 spindle improved
      charakas at subsidized rates through Khadi institutions assisted by
      KVIC/KVIB in phased manner to increase productivity and wage
      earnings of artisans.

      5. TERMS & CONDITIONS:

      5.1 The incentives and concessions under this policy will come into
      force with retrospective effect from 1st April 2006 will be covered by
      this policy will continue to enjoy the benefits already granted till the
      expiry of the earlier sanction orders. All new investments made after 1st
      April 2006 will be covered by this policy.

      5.2 Industrial units are eligible for Incentives & Concession on new
      investment made on fixed assets only. Investment in taken over
      industrial concerns or assets would not qualify for incentives. However
      for additional investment made by the new entrepreneur during this
      policy period in creation of new assets under new unit/ expansion
      programme would qualify for assistance.

      5.3 Incentives concession for investment in the information Technology/
      Bio Technology Sectors will however continue to be governed by the IT




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      policy js per Government Order “MAHIT” and the Bio Technology
      Policy.

      5.4 Incentives and Concession as per this policy will not be available for
      the industries specified in Annexure -C.

      5.5 Definitions:
      A] Tiny Industry: Tiny industry is one in which the investment in plant
      and machinery is less than Rs.25 lakhs irrespective of the location of the
      unit.

      B] Small Scale Industry: An industrial undertaking in which the
      investment in plant and machinery whether held on owner ship terms or
      on lease or by hire purchase does not exceed Rs.100 lakhs

      C] Medium & Large Scale Industries: An Industrial unit which is not
      classified as tiny/ small Scale ./Ancillary Industry shall be classified as
      Medium/Large Scale Industry.

      D] 100%Export Oriented Units [Export Oriented Units]: A 100%
      Export Oriented Units is one which undertakes to export its entire
      production of goods subject to relaxation as permitted by Govt. of India
      from time to time and as defined by it. Such units may be set up either
      under the Export Oriented Units or under EPIP [Electronic Hardware
      Technology Park] scheme or Software Technology park Scheme or
      Special Economic Zone.

      E] Mega Project: Shall mean projects with an investment of Rs.100 Cr
      and above in fixed assets.

      F] Fixed Assets: Fixed assets shall mean the total investment made on
      land, building and plants and machinery and such other productive
      assets like tools, jigs, and fixtures, dies, utilities like boilers,
      compressors, diesel generating sets, cranes, material handling
      equipment and such other equipment directly related to production
      purpose.

      5.6 SANCTION OF INCENTIVES AND CONCESSION IS
      SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

      A] All new industrial investment shall create maximum possible
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      employment to the local people on an overall basis [100% employment
      to local people in case of Group C & D categories will be insisted] and
      this will be monitored during disbursement of incentives and
      concessions.

      The above requirements regarding employment to local people will be
      monitored by the DIC for a period of 5 years. Failure of the industries to
      provide employment to local people as stipulated above will be reported
      to the concerned DLSWA/SLSWCC/SHLCC, which will recommend
      for recovery of investment subsidy as sanctioned to the unit, for which
      purpose a suitable under taking will have to be furnished by the unit
      concerned before disbursal of subsidy.

      B] The quantum of investment subsidy shall be computed on the value
      of fixed assets as specified in Sub Para-[f] of para 5.5 and as approve by
      the financial institutions, commercial banks.

      C] The definition of tiny, small or medium and large scale industries as
      indicated above shall automatically stand revised as and when
      Government of India makes any changes in such definition and benefit
      under this package shall be available to the Tiny, Small Medium &
      Large Scale units as per the new definition from the respective dates.

      D] The validity of incentives and concession as per this order shall be
      for a period of five years from 1st April 2006 [ i.e. up to 31st march
      2011].

      E] Wherever industrial units avail subsidy under any other schemes of
      Government of Karnataka/ Govt. of India only differential amount of
      Subsidy, if any, would be provided under this policy.

      F] Commerce & Industries Dept would administer the package of
      incentives & concession under this Industrial Policy. Separate
      guidelines for administration of these incentives and concession will be
      issued for the guidance of the concerned agencies and officers.
      Interpretation of this Government Order and the decision thereon of the
      Commerce & Industries Department, Government of Karnataka Shall be
      final.




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                                                             ANNEXURE –A
            Classification of Taluk as in to Zones for the purpose of
            administering graded scale of incentives & concession


                         Total
                         No. of              Zone-1         Zone -2         Zone-3
    Sl.   District       Taluks
    No


                                  Most          More        Backward      Industrially
                                  Backward      Backward    Taluks        Developed
                                  Taluks        Taluks                    Taluk as

1         Mysore     7            H.D Kote      Hunsur      Periyapatna   Mysore
                                                T.N.Pura    K.R.Nagar
                                                Nanjungud




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                                                                    ANNEXURE -B

             Incentives & Concessions for Mega, Large & Medium And Small
                                    Scale Industries
Sl.     Type          of Mega      Large Small Scale Industries
No      Incentives       Indust    &
                         ries      Medi
                                   um
                                   Indus
                                   tr-ies

1       Capital           Nil      Nil       Zone-1:25% of the value of fixed assets,
        Investment                           subject to a maximum of Rs.15 lakhs per
        Subsidy                              unit

                                             Zone-2:20% of the value of fixed assets,
                                             subject to a maximum of Rs.15 lakhs per
                                             unit.

                                             Zone 1&2: Addl. Subsidy of 5% of the
                                             value of fixed assets, subjected to a sealing
                                             of Rs.1 lakh for SC/ST/PH/Minority & X-
                                             Serviceman entrepreneurs.

                                             In case of women entrepreneurs, the ceiling
                                             for additional subsidy would be RS.5 lakhs.

                                             Note: This incentive is available only to
                                             units financed by KSFC/ KSIIDC/ Banks/
                                             Other financial institutions.

                                           Zone 3 Nil
2       Exemption of      Currently available under Energy Dept policy Continued upto
        Electricity       2011.
        Duty
        On Captive
        Power
        generation




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3     Exemption of       Zone-1:Full Exemption
      Stamp Duty &       Zone-2:75% exemption
      Reduction of       Zone-3:Nill
      Registration       Stamp duty: In respect of Loan & credit deeds executed for
      Charges            availing term loans from Fls/Banks and for execution of
                         Lease, Lease cum Sale & absolute Sale Deeds by
                         KIADB/KSSIDC in respect of Industrial land /plots allotted.

                         Reduction of Registration charges: Concessional registration
                         charges at Re.1 per Rs.1,000.

4     Waiver of          Zone-1: full      Zone-1: Full exemption         Zone-1: Full
       Conversion        exemption         subject to a maximum of 25     exemption
      fine:-             subject to a      acres per unit.                subject to a
      (on       lands    maximum of                                       maximum of
      converted          50 acres per                                     10 acres per
      for industrial     unit.                                            unit.
      use)
                                           Zone-2: 75% exemption          Zone-2: 75%
                         Zone -2: 75%      subject to a maximum of 25     exemption
                         exemption         acres per unit                 subject to a
                         subject to a                                     maximum of
                         maximum of                                       10 acres per
                         25 acres per                                     unit.
                         unit

                                                                          Zone-3: Nil
                         Zone-3:Nill       Zone-3 Nil


5     Acquisition        In respect of lands acquired for development of industrial
      & allotment of     areas/estates or single unit complex KIADB acquisition
      land     though    charges to be levied is 28% in respect if areas in Zone:3 For
      KIADB              the areas in Zones 1&2 acquisition charges would be 10%
6     Subsidy      for   One time capital subsidy up to 50% of the cost of ETP,
      setting up of      subject to a ceiling of RS.100 lakhs per unit for all categories
      Effluent           of industries for Zones
      treatments
      plants
      [ETPs]




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7     Entry Tax & Zone 1&2:
      Special     (i) ET& Special ET Exemption on “Plants &Machinery and
      Entry Tax   Capital Goods” for an initial period of 3 years from the date
      Concessions of commencement of project implementation. For this
                  purpose , the term “plant & Machinery and capital Goods”
                  also included plant & Machinery and capital goods i.e.
                  equipment etc which is put up in the power project units for
                  captive generation of Electricity.

                        (ii) On raw materials, inputs, component parts & consumables
                        (excluding petroleum products) [wherever applicable] for a
                        period of 5 years from the date of commencement of
                        commercial production.
                        Zone-3: Nill
8     Human             (i) Grant of up to 5 acres of Government land will be
      Resources         considered along with capital contribution of 50% of the
      Development       project cost subject to a ceiling of Rs.2 Crores per Training
                        Establishment for sector specific training.
                        (ii) Recurring cost for running the training institution and
                        amount of Rs.750/-p.m./ per trainee will be provided subject t
                        a ceiling of Rs.15 lakhs per year for period of 3 years.

                        (iii) Government will launch a new scheme to provide Rs.
                        750/- p.m. stipend with suitable matching contribution by
                        training institutions for on-the-job training of unemployed
                        educated youth for training in different vocations through
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9      Technology        Nil      Nil       Zone1&2:
       Upgradation                          (i) Existing scheme of 4% interest subsidy
                                            for TU loan availed from KSFC/KSIIDC
                                            shall be extended to cover TU loans availed
                                            from scheduled Commercial Banks, Which
                                            are not covered under CLCS scheme of
                                            Govt. of India.
                                            Zone 1,2 &3:
                                            (ii) Existing incentive scheme for SSI units
                                            going in for BIS products certification or
                                            ISO series certification is continued with
                                            enhanced financial allocation.
                                            (iii) Encouragement to patents Registration:
                                            Subsidy at 50% of the cost of patents
                                            registration, subject to a ceiling of Rs.2 lakhs
                                            per unit.


                         Funding will be provided for certain commercially viable
                         research projects in collaboration with IITs, universities and
                         other reputed institutions. An amount of Rs.25 crores is
                         earmarked for this purpose during the policy period


10     Industrial        A separate Infrastructure Upgradation Fund Rs.500 crores
       Infrastructure    would be created for upgradation of infrastructure facilities in
       Development/      existing industrial areas/estates and also for maintenance. This
       Common            fund may also utilized for new industrial areas. Separate
       Infrastructure/   guideline would be issued for utilizing this fund.
       facilities   in
       Notified
       Industrial
       Clusters
11     Agriculture       APMC Cess in respect of direct procurement of agriculture
       produce           produce for processing from farmers by processing industries
       Processing        is exempted.
       Industries-
       Exemption of
       APMC Cess




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                                                               ANNEXURE-C

             List of Industrial Activities/Units In-eligible for Incentives
                                     &Concession
Sl.         Activity
No
      1.    Breweries & Distilleries of all types.
      2.    Units utilizing molasses/rectified sprit /denatured sprit as main raw
            material for manufacture of potable alcohol.
      3.    Khandasari units
      4.    Photo Studios & Color processing units
      5.    Photo Copying & Xerox Machines
      6.    Fertilizer Mixing
      7.    Re-Packing of Drugs/Medicines/Chemicals, Without any processing
            or value addition
      8.    All types of Saw Mills
      9.    Beedies/ Cigarettes/Cigars/Gutka & Tobacco based products
      10.   Azoic/Reactive Dyes
      11.   Fire Crackers
      12.   Industries manufacturing and or utilizing Ozone depleting substance
      13.   Power Laundries
      14.   Brick making units Excluding cement Hallow Blocks, wire cut & fly
            ash Bricks
      15.   Poultry
      16.   Popcorn & ice candy making units
      17.   Coffee Roasting and Grinding
      18.   Clock and watch Repair shops
      19.   Cassette Recording [Audio & video]
      20.   Cyanide




                                          ****




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                                    Annexure – II (a)
              IMPORTANT CONTACT ADDRESSES

Name of the Department     Address                             Phone No.
District Information       Vartha Bhavan, Dhavantri Road,      0386-2420763
Officer                    Mysore
Horticulture               Deputy Director,                    0836-2421483
                           Department of Horticulture,Kanzar
                           Park, Mysore.
Sericulture                Deputy Director,                    0836-2333750
                           Sericulture Department,932 1st
                           Main, Lakshmipuram,
                           Mysore.4
Fisheries                  Deputy Director,                    0836-2541424
                           Fisheries Department, No.891,
                           Agni Hamsa, Link Road, EN&F
                           Block, Kuvumpunagar
                           Mysore -23
Forest                     Deputy Forest Conservator, Social   0836-2480875
                           Forest, Aranya Bhavan,
                           Ashokpuram,Mysore.
Irrigation Department      Asst. Executive Engineer, Minor     0836-2443900
                           Irrigation Dept.,Palace Office
                           Mysore-1
Animal Husbandry           Deputy Director, Animal             0836-2420606
                           Husbandry and Veterinary
                           Sciences, Dhwantari Road
                           Mysore.1
KSSIDC                     Branch Manager,Yadavagiri           0836-2515630
                           Indl.Estate,
                           Mysore
KIADB                      Development Officer, KIADB,         0836-2582014
                           Indl. Area, KRS Road, Metagalli,
                           Mysore -16
RTO                        Regional Transport Officer,, Near   0836-2330364
                           Balal Circle, Mysore
Post and Telegraph         Senior Superintendent of Post       0836-2514050
                           Offices, New Janatha Bazaar, Main
                           Post Office, Mysore




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Tele-communications          General Manager,                      0836-2511100
BSNL                          69 Temple Road, 1st Cross, 4th
                             Block, Jayalakshmipuram,
                             Mysore-12
District Employment          Employment Officer, District          0836-249972
Exchange                     Employment Exchange Office,
                             Mysore-Bangalore Road, Near ITI
                             Office, Mysore
Lead Bank(State Bank of      Lead District Manager, State Bank
Mysore)                      of Mysore, Mysore
KSFC                         KSFC, Harsha Road, Near Appara        0836-2426197
                             Theatre, Mysore
District Industries Centre   Joint Director, DIC, Sayyaji Rao      0836-2520886
                             Road, Mysore.
Handlooms and Textiles       Asst. Director, Dept. of Handlooms    0836-241353
                             and Textiles, Mysore.
KVIB                         KVIB.,Kuvumpunagar,                   0836-2541038
                              Mysore
Statistics                   District Statistical Officer, H-97    0836-2439349
                             VK Rao Road, Chandinipuram,
                             Mysore.
Pollution Control Board,     Pollution Control Office, Metagalli   0836-2519411
                             Rd, KRS, Mysore
MESCOM,                      Executive Engineer,                   0836-2434165
                             MESCOM.,Sri Harsha Road, Near
                             Appara Theatre,
                             Mysore.
Women and Child              Deputy Director,                      0836-2495432
Development Dept             O/o Women and Child
                             Development Dept.,Bannimantapa,
                             Balabhavan, Mysore-15
Dept. of Health              District Health Officer,              0836-2529205
                             Mysore.
Public Works Department      Executive Engineer,                   0386-2521454
                             PWD.,
                             Mysore                                         252 0411
Agriculture                                        2536240
                             Principal Agricultural Officer , ,    0836-2442239
                             Mysore
Mines and Geology            Senior Geologist (Mineral Wing),      0836-2343045
                             O/o Mines and Geology,
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                                                      Annexure -II (b)

      INDUSTRIAL PROMOTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
1      Small Industries Service Institute      Helps and assist entrepreneurs
       Govt. of India Min. of Small Scale       in setting up new units,
       Industries, Rajajinagar Indl.Estate,     selection of products, preparing
       Bangalore-560044                         projects reports for the selected
       Ph.080-23351581-82-83                    products.
       Fax: 080- 23144506                      Information on selection of
       Dir.: 080- 23351540                      machinery, raw materials and
       E-mail: sisibangalore@dataone.in         personnel.
       Web: sisikarnataka.org                  Helping      entrepreneurs     in
       Web. sisisubcontract.org                 preparing layout, erection of
                                                machinery etc.,

                                               Identify and solving technical
                                                and managerial problems.
                                               Registration of small scale units
                                                with NSIC to supply their
                                                products to Govt., under Govt.
                                                Stores Purchase Programme.
                                               Conducting training course in
                                                various technical trades, EDPs
                                                etc.
2      District Industries Centre,             A single Window interacting
       Sayyaji Rao Road,                        agency with the entrepreneur at
       Mysore                                   the District level. They are
                                                implementing      agency      of
                                                Central and State Governments
                                                various       schemes        and
                                                programmes.
                                               Registration of small scale
                                                industry is done at the
                                                respective TICs.
                                               PMRY        for    employment
                                                generation is implemented by
                                                DIC/TICs.




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3      Karnataka State Small Industries     Construction, maintenance and
       Development Corpn. Ltd.,              management of indl. Estates.
       (KSSIDC)Mysore                       Acquisition of suitable land and
                                             allotment to SSI units in the
                                             form of developed plots.
                                            Procurement and supply of
                                             certain raw material to SSIs.
4      Karnataka Industrial Area            Acquires land, plots and allots
       Development Board, Mysore.            to SSI units.
5      Karnataka State Financial            Provides financial assistance
       Corporation, Mysore                   for setting up industries.


6      Lead District Manager, State Bank    Lead Bank. Extends financial
       of Mysore, Mysore                     assistance for starting industries
                                             and co-ordinates the activities
                                             of all financial institutions.
9      Small Industries Development         Provides financial assistance
       Bank of India, Janardhan Tower        for promotion and development
       (2nd Floor)                           of small scale industries
       No.2, Residency Road, B’lore-25       through      primary        leading
                                             institutions like State Financial
                                             Corporations, State Industrial
                                             Development Corporations and
                                             banks which have a wide net
                                             work of Branches.
10     Karnataka State Khadi & Village      Provides financial assistance to
       Industries Board.,                    Khadi, Village and Cottage
        Mysore                               industries in the district. Also
                                             arranges training programmes,
                                             demonstration         to      needy
                                             entrepreneurs.

11     Technical Consultancy Service        Provides assistance in product
       Orgn.Of Karnataka (TECSOK)            selection.
       UNI Bldg. Thimmaiah Road,            Preparation of project reports
       Bangalore.560052                      etc.




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12     National Small Industries             Supplies machinery o Hire
       Corp.LTd. West of Chord Rd.            purchase basis.
       Indl.Town, Rajajinagar,               Provides marketing assistance
       Bangalore.560044                      Registers SSI units under
                                              Stores purchase programme etc.

       Karnataka State Electronics           Provides assistance in setting
13     Development Corporation,30 Race        up of Electronic industry
       Course Rd.                            Training     programmes     in
       Bangalore.560001                       Electronics Trades.


14     Central Food Technological            Provides       assistance    in
       Research Instt. Mysore.13              establishing     food     based
       Liaison off: CFTRI,                    industries.
       NAL Campus, 145, 10th A cross,
       Bangalore.560078
15     Coir Board,                           Provides assistance in setting
       No.8,Annexe Building.                  up Coir based industries.
       Cunningham Road,
       Bangalore.560052
16     Central Institute of Plastic Engg.    Renders assistance in setting up
       &Techonology,0437/A, Hebbal            of plastic based industries.
       Indl. Area                            Conducts Training Programmes
       Mysore 570016.                         in plastic technology.

17     CSIR Polytechnology Transfer          Provides technical known-how
       Center, RP Bhaban, 14/3                for new products/process.
       Nrupatunga
       Road, Bangalore.58
18     Bureau of Indian Standards            Provides assistance in obtaining
       Peenya Indl.Estate, 1st stage,         BIS certification mark.
       Tumkur Road, Bangalore.58
19     Registrar of Trade Marks,             Provides assistance in obtaining
       No.9 Judge Jambulinga                  Trade Mark Registration.
       MudaliarRd.
       Mylapore, Chennai. 600004




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20     Directorate of Marketing &        Provides license under food
       Inspection, Min. of Food &         products For manufacturing
       Agriculture,                       food products
       Shastri Bhavan, Haddows RD.
       Chennai.600006

21     Central Inst. of Medicinal        Provides    information      on
       &Aromatic plants, Regl.Center,     manufacturing Essential Oils.
       UAS, GKVK Campus, Bangalore.

22     Drug Controller,                  Issues       license            for
       Palace Road, Bangalore.560001      manufacturing     Drugs        and
                                          Cosmetics.




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