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AUGUST 2009
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1. Economic/Business Environment
2. Infrastructure Sector Overview
3. Project Tendering
4. Overview of SDPL
5. Awards & Accreditations
6. Key Projects
7. Financial indicators
8. About SIPL
9. Contact Details
Economic/Business Environment
                                                     Indian Economy-Unprecedented Growth in GDP


                                      GDP Annual Growth                                                          Contribution of the
                           12.0%                                                                               Construction Sector
                                              9.5%      9.7%                                                   increased by 17.22 %
                           10.0%                                  9.0%
     GDP Annual Growth %




                                                                                                             from 2006-07 to 2008-09
                            8.0%    7.5%                                    6.7%

                            6.0%

                            4.0%                                                                               Construction sector’s contribution to GDP
                                                                                                   250000

                            2.0%                                                                   240000

                                                                                     Rs in Crore   230000
                            0.0%
                                                                                                   220000
                                   2004-05   2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09
                                                                                                   210000                                       240,940
                                                                                                                               226,325
                                                                                                   200000
                                                                                                             205,543
                                                                                                   190000

                                                                                                   180000
                                                                                                             2006-07           2007-08          2008-09


                                                                                         Source : Projects Today, March 2009
Source : TOI dated 30th May 2009
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                                                         India: To Emerge as a Major Economy in the World
India ranks second
on the 2008 AT                               2008 Global Retail Development Index (GRDI)                                     2007 Global Services Location Index
Kearney’s Global
Retail Development                     100                 99       90     99
Index.                                                                                83
                                                80                                                                           India               3.2                      2.3                 1.4
                                                                                               67              66
                                                                                                      60                    China               2.9                     2.3                 1.4
                             GRDI Score




                                                60
The services sector                                                                                                     Malaysia               2.8                1.3                 2
continues to attract                            40
                                                                                                                         Thailand                3.2                1.2           1.6
interest from major
global players; large                           20                                                                          Brazil             2.6                1.8             1.5
investments are being
                                                                                                                        Indonesia                3.3                    1.5           1.1
pumped into it.                                      0
                                                          India   Russia Vietnam Ukraine China       Chile    Egypt      Financial structure     People and skill availablity         Business environment



AT Kearney lists India
                                                     8                                     Projected GDP Growth Rates for Select Upcoming Economies
                                                                  7.2
as the most preferable
                               GDP Growth Rate (%)




destination for the                                  6            6.1           5.9                                         5.9           6.1               6
                                                                                               5.7           5.7                                                                5.6
services sector                                                                                5                                                                                                    5.2
(2007).                                                           4.8                                        4.6
                                                     4            4.2           4.1                                         4.1
                                                                                3.8            3.8           3.7            3.8           3.9               3.9
                                                                                                                                                            3.8
                                                                                               3.4           3.4            3.5                                                 3.6
                                                                                                                                                                                3.5                 3.4
                                                                                                                                          3.1                                                       2.9
                                                                                                                                                            2.6
                                                     2                                                                                                                          2.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    1.9
India is expected to
outperform other
BRIC countries in                                    0
terms of GDP growth                                        2005–10       2010–15           2015–20       2020–25      2025–30        2030–35           2035–40          2040–45             2045–50
rate from 2015.                                                                                 Brazil              China             India                Russia

Source: 1. AT Kearney 2. BRIC Report
                                                                                                                                                                                                             5
                               The increased flow of FDI in India-Major boost to economy

                      Foreign Direct Investment Inflows
                30
                                                                    27.40
                                                                                                   Aggregate inflow of FDI has increased more than seven
                                                      24.58
                25                                                                                 times during the past five years, from 3.76 US$ billion in
                                                                                                   2004-05 to 27.40 US$ billion in 2008-09.
  US$ Billion




                20
                                           15.73
                15


                10

                      3.76
                                 5.55                                                                                     Sectorwise FDI
                5                                                                    1000.00                                                                          Railway
                                                                                                                                                              0.19
                                                                                                                                                                      Air Transport & Air
                0                                                                                                                                             0.41    Fright
                                                                                                                                0.22           0.06
                     2004-05    2005-06   2006-07    2007-08      2008-09                                                                                     0.63    Sea Transports
                                                                                          100.00                                0.44           1.12           10.74
                                                                                                                                0.62           0.83           11.11   Power
                                                                                     US$ Billion


                                                                                                                                1.76
                                                                                                                                               2.01           20.37
                                                                                                                  0.15          0.00           0.00                   Ports
                                                                                                                  0.11                                        22.30
                                                                                                                  0.48          7.20           10.21
                                                                                               10.00              0.30          4.16
                                                                                                                                               11.92          66.73   Construction
                                                                                                                  0.00                         28.26
                                                                                                                  1.01          34.41                                 Housing & Real
                                                                                                                  0.17
                                                                                                                  5.69                                                estate
                                                                                                                                                                      Service
                                                                                                   1.00
                                                                                                           2005          2006           2007           2008
                                                                                                                                Year


Source: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion Ministry of Commerce &Industry

                                                                                                                                                                                            6
                                                                  Sector wise % Change in FDI

                                                           STATEMENT ON SECTOR - WISE FOR FDI INFLOWS
                                          60
                                                                   From APR 2000 to FEB 2009                                                    70%

                                                                                                                                       58.95%
                                                                                                                                                60%
                                          50
                                                                                                                                   48.818
                                                                                                                                                50%
                                          40
                         Rs in Billions




                                                                                                                                                40%
                                          30
                                                                                                                                                30%

                                          20   22.22%
                                                                                                                                                20%
                                               18.327

                                          10
                                                        5.257      5.092                                                                        10%
                                                             6.26%      6.06% 3.167
                                                                                   3.87% 1.558      0.403      0.240           0.075
                                                                                              1.77%
                                          0                                                              0.49%                                  0%
                                                                                                                       0.29%       0.09%




                                                                     Amt FDI Inflows                            %age to total inflows


Source: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry
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           VISION AND Confidence of Investors in Indian Companies
                 Increased
            MISSION

Adequately
increasing forex
reserves provide                                            In 2007–08, forex reserves grew
security against any                                        by approximately 56 per cent over
possible currency                                           2006–07. They were recorded at
crisis or monetary                                          more than US$ 252.326 billion in
instability.                                                2008–09.




                                                                            India’s forex
                                                                           reserves are in
                                                                              excess of
                                                                            external debt



Increased
confidence of
investors in Indian                                          The increase in the external debt-
companies has led                                            to-GDP ratio is attributed to the
to an increase in                                            rise in private external debt
cross-border                                                 during 2007–08 as compared to
borrowings by                                                2006–07.
corporate houses.




Source: 1. RBI 2.Ministry of Finance
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           VISION AND Confidence of Investors in Indian Companies
                 Increased
            MISSION

                                                                                        Young population (under 25 years) accounts for about
                                                                                         50 per cent of India’s total population.

                                                                                        The country’s urban population accounted for 29 per
                                                                                         cent of the total population in 2007 and is the second-
                                                                                         largest in the world. It is projected to reach 37.8 per
                                                                                         cent by 2025.


                                                                                           Growth in Working Age Population (15–64 years) by 2010 (in million)
                                                                                         Stock
                                                                                        Position
                                                                                         2005                Additions to Working Age Population by 2010

                                                                         World           4,168
       India is expected to register the largest addition
                                                                         India            691
        to the working age population in the world by
                                                                         Africa           500
        2010.
                                                                         China            934
       The country is expected to be powered by the                    Latin America      362
        largest working age population worldwide by                     South East Asia 359
        2050.
                                                                        Southern Asia     132
       Its labour costs, as a percentage of value added,                 US               200
        are one of the lowest among Asian countries.                     Europe            497
                                                                        Japan              85

Source: 1. CIA 2. International Herald Tribune
        3. United Nations Statistics 4. India Brand Equity Foundation

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                                                             The worst is now over…
   As India’s domestic consumption driving 60% of GDP, it seem that Indian market is less dependent on global business
   cycle & thus likely to post better growth & profits.
    Real GDP forecasts in KEY ECONOMIES                                  POLICY RATES (All figures are in % as on May 5,2009)

    In Y-o-Y%                         2008     2009          2010        Country       Benchmark                    Aug-08   Jan-09   Current
    Global Economy                     3.2        -1.3            1.9    US            Fed Funds Rate                 2.0    0-0.25    0-0.25
    US                                 1.1        -2.8             0     Europe        Main refinance rate            4.25     2.0      1.25
    Japan                             -0.6        -6.2            0.5
                                                                         UK            Official bank rate             5.0      2.0      0.5
    Euro-area                          0.9        -4.2            -0.4
    Germany                            1.3        -5.6            -1.0   Japan         Uncollateralized overnight     0.5      0.1      0.1
                                                                                       call rate
    France                             0.7        -3.0            -0.4
    Italy                             -1.0        -4.4            -0.4   South Korea   Bank of Korea base rate        5.25     2.5      2.0

    UK                                 0.7        -4.1            -0.4
    Developing Asia                    7.7        4.8             6.1    Australia     Cash Rate                      7.25    4.25      3.0

    China                                  9      6.5             7.5    India         Repo rate                      9.0      5.5      4.75
    India                                  9      6.5             5.8
                                                                         India         Reverse Repo Rate              6.0      4.0      3.25
    Russia                             5.6        -6.0            0.5
Source: IMF & HDFC Bank Note: 2009 &2010 are forecasts figures.
         Forecast for India apply for FY
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                                                Why to invest in India?

            One of the world’s fastest growing economies- and growth expected to continue at 6-7% despite the
           global downturn.
            Few restrictions on foreign direct investment (FDI) for infrastructure projects.
            Tax holidays for developers of most types of infrastructure projects, some of which are of limited
           duration.
            Opening up of the infrastructure sector through PPPs.
               Projected spending from FY07- FY12 in selected segment
                                                                           Youngest population in the world.
                                                                           Largest- middle class & consuming
                                                                          population.
                                                                           Domestic focused economy.
                                                                           Banking system proved to be
                                                                          amongst the healthiest.
                                                                           Global leader in services.
                                                                           Huge saving & investment rates.
Source : PWC
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       VISION AND                         Why India?—Quote Unquote
        MISSION
                                                            “Constraints in India can be a
                                                              source of dramatic global
                                                           innovation, such as Tata Nano                   “Highway projects will
                                                             and a host of other low-cost                now be measured in kms
     “India is now truly a land
                                                                     products.”                            on the grounds rather
          of opportunity.”
                                                                                                          then being measured in
                                           “By 2032, India will be                                          kms on the planning
                                                                                 Dr.C.K.Prahlad,                  boards”.
                                          among the three largest                 Management
                                          economies in the world.”                    Guru
     John Redwood
                                                                                                                      Kamal Nath
       Economic
  Competitiveness Policy                                                                                          Highways & Surface
       Group, UK                                                         There are no circumstances                transport Minister
                                  BRIC Report, Goldman Sachs
                                                                         that I can imagine in which I
                                                                          will give up on India as an
      India is much less affected (by                                      investment story,“ "The
        the global slowdown) than                                              opportunity is too
         other global markets and          “We have proven to the                 extraordinary.                       Edward Pulling,
      represents a huge opportunity       world that global cars can                                                    MD, JF Asset
      to not only grow sales in India,                                                                                     Mgmt
                                             be manufactured in                “The growth potential in India
       but even develop products..."
                                                    India.”                    will remain strong in the long
                                                                               run compared to many of our
                                                                                  other businesses in the
Gotfried Dutine, EVP Philips                                                              world.”
            Ltd.                                HS Lheem, MD, Hyundai
                                                     Motor India
                                                                                                   Andrew Moss, CEO,Aviva Global

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Infrastructure Sector Overview
                                            Total Construction Opportunity for Companies
                                        20,000                                                                                                 20,000
                                                                                  18,517
                                                                                       18,517
                                                                                                                                               18,000

                                        16,000                                                                                                 16,000

                                                                                                                                               14,000

                                        12,000                                                                                                 12,000
                          INR Billion




                                                                                                                                               10,000
                                                                                                                                       8,700

                                         8,000                                                                                                 8,000
                                                                                                   . 6,165
                                                                                                                                               6,000

                                         4,000   3,118                                                                                         4,000
                                                                                           2,850               2,580
                                                                                                2,850      2,774       2,231   1,991
                                                     2,495
                                                                                                                                               2,000
                                                                                                                                           1,740
                                                          739                                                              1,339   1,195
                                                                      347                                          1,032
                                                                518
                                            -                               104                                                                -




                                                     Investment Planned             Construction Opportunity
Source: Lehman Brothers
                                                                                                                                                        14
                             Overview of opportunities in PPP




     Roads & Bridges                     Water supply and sanitation                Urban Transit Systems
                                     - Urban Water Supply
-National & State Highways           -Urban sewerage and sewage treatment   -Mass Rapid Transit System
-Expressways                         -Urban drainage                        -Bus-based Transit Systems
-Multimodal Corridor                 -Solid waste management                -Light Rail Systems




                                                                                                            15
                         Overview of opportunities in PPP




                                 - Multi product SEZs
                                 - Product specific SEZs
                                 - SEZ in port & Airport
                                 -SEZ for Free Trade zone & warehousing   -Deepening of channels/ berths, etc.
         Housing
-Affordable Housing                  SEZs/IT&ITES/Bio-Tech Parks                      Coastal Shipping
                                 -Gems & Jewellery, Biotechnology, non-   -Construction/reconstruction of berths /
-Special Townships               conventional energy.                     jetties, etc.
- Industrial townships           -Electronic hardware & software,         -Procurement of Equipments, etc.
                                 information technology                   - Rail and Road connectivity works.
                                                                          -Other works like terminal building,
                                                                          warehouses ,shopping malls etc




                                                                                                                     16
           Overview of opportunities in PPP




Airports                   Railways           Ports




                                                      17
   Overview of tax holiday terms for various infrastructure segments
Sectors    Applicability                                  Time-frame                          Eligibility

           • ‘Undertaking’ which generates power          • 10 consecutive years     • All the above should
           • ‘Undertaking’ which transmits or             out of 15 years            commence before March 31,
 Power     distributes power                                                         2010.
           • ‘Undertaking’ which carries out
           substantial renovation & modernization
           • Indian companies developing and/or           10 consecutive years out   • New infrastructure facility
 Ports
           operating & maintaining ports & airports       of 15 years                • Agreement with
   &       • Applicable also to Inland waterway, Inland                              government / statutory body
Airports   port, navigational channel in the sea
           • Indian companies developing and/or           10 consecutive years out   •New infrastructure facility
           operating & maintaining rail systems           of 20 years                • Agreement with
Railways                                                                             government / statutory body


           • Indian companies developing and/or           10 consecutive years out   • New infrastructure facility
 Roads     operating & maintaining roads & highways.      of 20 years                • Agreement with
   &       • ‘Roads’ – includes toll roads, bridges                                  government / statutory body
Highways   • ‘Highways’- includes housing or other
           integral activities.
           • Includes water supply project, water         10 consecutive years out   • New infrastructure facility
 Water     treatment system, irrigation projects,         of 20 years                • Agreement with
           sanitation & sewerage system or solid                                     government / statutory body
           waste management system
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                                         FDI & the regulatory environment




                        Approval Route                                Automatic Route
                      -Permission required                       -Freely permissible(100%)



               • Existing airports beyond 74%                • Green field Airports
               • Atomic mineral                              • Construction and maintenance of infrastructure
               • In case of JV or technology collaboration   like ports, harbors, roads & highways.
               agreement in the same field.                  • Power generations, transmissions & distributions
                                                             & power trading(Atomic energy not permitted)
                                                             • Mass Rapid Transport systems.
                                                             • Townships, housing, built-up infrastructure &
                                                             construction- development projects.




Source : PWC
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Project Tendering
              Project Tendering

                                                                 2007                                                     2008

          Sectors                               Rs.Crore         Tenders        Share%          Rs. Crore              Tenders            Share%
          Manufacturing                           906              658             2.5              2,593               878                2.5
          Mining                                  216              129             0.5              379                 234                0.7
          Electricity                            8,157            1,147            4.3              3,728               1,263              3.6
          Services & Utilities                  161,787           21,847          82.3          250,541                29,604              83.9
          Irrigation                            12,265            2,662           10.0            17,450                3,297              9.3
          All India                             183,698           26,530         100.0          274,691                35,278             100.0

                                                               Top Five States in Project Tendering
                                                        2007                                                                      2008

          States                     Rs.Crore      Tenders          Share%        States                    Rs.Crore            Tenders     Share%
          Maharashtra                29,188        4,116            15.5          Maharashtra               51,384              6,524       18.5
          Tamil Nadu                 9,439         2,934            15.5          Tamil Nadu                18,320              3,431       9.7
          Andhra Pradesh             13,742        2,682            10.1          Andhra Pradesh            33,181              3,096       8.8
          Chattisgarh                9,933         1,966            7.4           Uttar Pradesh             21,567              2,475       7.0
          Karnataka                  13,522        1,848            7.0           Bihar                     21,540              2,153       6.1
          Top Five States            75,824        13,546           51.1          Top Five States           145,992             17,679      50.1
          All India                  183,698       26,530           100           All India                 274,691             35,278      100.0
Source- Projects Today, March 2009
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          VISION AND                Project Tendering by Ownership
           MISSION




Source: Projects Today March 2009


                                                                     22
Overview of SDPL
   VISION AND
    MISSION                              OVERVIEW

•Established as a leading real estate development company since 1986.

•SDPL is the flagship company of Sheth Group,. SIPL is a 100% subsidiary of SDPL

• Constructed 12 millions square feet that includes more than 50 projects (completed & ongoing) &
13000 homes built.

• Certificate of Registration for compliance of ISO 9001:2008 (QMS) & ISO14001:2004 (EMS).

•International presence in Dubai, through the brand “IRIS”, of Sheth Estate International Ltd.

• Delivered real estate landmarks that have become icons of quality & perfection.

•Diversifying into urban infrastructure, retail, entertainment & commercial projects.




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                                            SDPL & its Subsidiaries

                                                                                         Sheth
                                                                                   Infrastructure Pvt.
        Middle East Exports Pvt. Ltd.                                                      Ltd.


      Sheth Building Material Pvt. Ltd
                                                                                      Sheth Estate
                                                                                   (International) Ltd.
         Lohitka Properties Pvt. Ltd.                                                     Dubai

                                              Associate               Subsidiary
                                                            SDPL      Companies
                                                firms
      Sheth Realcon Ventures Pvt. Ltd.
                                                                                   Henkel Switchgear
                                                                                          Ltd.

          Sheth Shelters Pvt. Ltd.


                                                                                   Precious Trading
Laxmiprabha Impex & Investments Pvt. Ltd.                                          & Investment Ltd.




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VISION AND
 MISSION               MANAGEMENT




 Jitendra N. Sheth       Ashwin N. Sheth     Vallabh N. Sheth
       Director            Chairman &            Director
 Finance & Marketing     Managing Director      Operations




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                                               CORPORATE TEAM
Name                Designation                   Qualification                 Relevant Experience           Years of Exp.

                                                                                Multistoried Complexes &
Samir Dhar          VP - Construction             BE (Civil)                                                        40
                                                                                Industrial Structures

                                                                                Corporate Finance,
                                                                                Funds Management,
Madan Jain          VP - Finance                  B.Com, CA, ICWAI, CS                                              30
                                                                                Joint Ventures and
                                                                                Acquisition bids

                                                  BE (Civil), DBM, NVA, DIEM,   Roads, Bridges & Housing
M S Patnaik         GM - Quality Control                                                                            39
                                                  DIT                           projects


                                                                                Roads, Water supply,
Ganesh Kabnurkar    GM - Construction             BE (Civil)                                                        36
                                                                                Drainage & Housing projects

                                                                                Human Resources,
                                                  B.Sc, MBA ( HR), LLB, PGD     Administration, industrial
Basant Singh        GM - HRD & Administration                                                                       21
                                                  (HRM)                         Relations, Outsourcing &
                                                                                Process Management

                                                                                Public Relations, Corporate
B.R. Gaikwad        Head - Corporate Affairs      BA (Economics), DCJ                                                20
                                                                                Communication & Affairs.

                                                                                Airports, Water supply &
Suresh Srinivasan   GM - PPP                      B.Com, PGDCS, DFM             sanitations, Roads & SEZ            18
                                                                                projects
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   VISION AND
    MISSION                       HUMAN RESOURCES
                                                                                  Employee Growth
• Management team with deep industry experience                            500                           454            427
• Human Resource development by :-




                                                         No of Employees
                                                                           400    348        350
           - Quality intake/ recruitment
                                                                           300
           -Training and skill upgrading
                                                                           200
           - Health, Safety & Quality management
                                                                           100
                                                                             0
                                                                                 2005-06    2006-07     2007-08     2008-09


     Employee Mix 2008-09                                                         Employee Mix Trend
                                                                           400
                                                                                                            346
                                                                           350   310         311                              322
                                                                           300
                                                       No of Employees
       24.6%
                               75.4%                                       250
                                       Technical                           200
                                                                           150                                    108               105
                                       Non Technical
                                                                           100
                                                                                       38          39
                                                                            50
                                                                             0
                                                                                 2005-06     2006-07       2007-08      2008-09
                                                                                       Technical          Non-Technical

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Key Projects
NATIONAL PROJECTS




                    30
                                                                             Residential


                                              BEAUMONDE was designed to create a new level of residential
                                              luxury in the prime location of South Mumbai in Prabhadevi. The
                                              first floor has been conceived at a height of 70 feet above ground
                                              level giving a panoramic view of Arabian Sea at the lowest
                                              inhabited level.
                                                 Key Features
                                                  2 Level Club House & 2 lac sq.ft. of Lush greenery &
                                                    various lifestyle amenities
                                                  5500 sq.ft. per floor per flat giving all four side views
                                                    from each flat.
                                                  Awarded the “Best development & Best High Rise
                                                    Development” by CNBC at Asia Pacific Property Awards
Location          -   Prabhadevi, Mumbai            2008 & 2009.
Architect         -   P & T Cons, Singapore       Awarded the “Best Architecture”, “Best Interior Design
Start Date        -   June 2005                     (Sample Flat)” by CNBC Asia Pacific Awards 2009
Completion Date   -   June 2008                   Height of tower A - 137.00 m (33 floors)
Total sq. ft.     -   5.27 lacs                                 tower B - 144.42 m (33 floors)
                                                                tower C - 135.65 m (31 floors)


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                                                                            Residential


                                               An exclusive location with meticulous planning ensures
                                               maximum open space within the buildings, with no apartment
                                               facing each other. The project offers a choice of 2, 3 and 4 BHK
                                               apartments. With a view to offer completeness in all aspects
                                               and international living standards, a host of lifestyle amenities
                                               have been planned.



                                                Key Features
                                                 Height of towers 90 m (20 & 24 floors)
                                                 Awarded the “Best development (over 5 units) & Best High
                                                    Rise Development” by CNBC at Asia Pacific Property
Location          -   Thane, Maharashtra            Awards 2008.
Architect         -   P & T Cons, Singapore.     Awarded the “Best High-Rise development” by CNBC Asia
Start Date        -   2006                          Pacific Awards 2009
Completion Date   -   2009                       Awarded the “Best Residential Development- Future” by
Total sq. ft.     -   6.80 lacs                     CITYSCAPE Awards Real Estate ASIA, 2009.



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                                                                              Commercial


                                                 Exclusive 8-storey Commercial and IT Park coming up at Prabhadevi
                                                 in Mumbai, is set to be a corporate cult; with its highly premium
                                                 location, impressive architecture, wide frontage sprawling space,
                                                 new generation features & cutting-edge facilities.


                                                    Key Features
                                                     Basement + Ground + 8 floors Commercial & IT park.
                                                     Imposing double height 10 meters entrance lobby of
                                                        granite, glass & steel
                                                     Specialty cafeteria & landscaped garden
                                                     6 elevators with capacity of 15 persons each
Location          -   Prabhadevi, Mumbai             Multi-level car parking for 450 cars
Architect         -   DP Architects, Singapore       Energy efficient tower & Sound safety features
Start Date        -   2008                           Applied for LEED certification of IGBC (Silver
Completion Date   -   2009                              Certification)
Units             -   24                             Floor to floor height of 6 meters on the ground floor
Total sq. ft.     -   4.25 lacs




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                                               Retail          Entertainment          Commercial




                                         Viva City a complete shopping mall, is located strategically on
                                         the Eastern Express Highway at a pivotal junction in Thane .




                                            Key Features
                                             1 million square feet retail space.
                                             9 screen multiplex, specialty restaurants, food courts &
                                                family entertainment center.
                                             Family entertainment center spread across 40,000 square
                                                feet
Location          - Thane, Maharashtra       Car parking for about 2,500 cars
Architect         - DDG,USA                  1,25,000 square feet Hypercity
Start Date        - 2008                     Applied for LEED certification of IGBC (Gold Certification)
Completion Date   - 2011                     Awarded the “The Real Estate Awards Winner of the best
Units             - 250                         Retail project (Future)” by Cityscape India.
Total sq. ft.     - 17 lacs


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INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS




                         35
                                                                      Residential



                                         Iris Blue is a luxury tower and is perhaps situated at one of the
                                         best locations in Dubai Marina. This Dubai property is closely
                                         located to the knowledge village, Media and Internet cities. This
                                         residential community is located right next to Grosvenor House
                                         a 5 star hotel.




                                            Key Features
                                             An impressive 33-storey residential tower coming up at
                                                the most prime location in Dubai Marina.
                                             Modern, luxurious amenities within each of its exclusive
Location            -     Dubai Marina          2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments.
Architect           -     Atkins, UK         Planned as column-free, rectangular shaped apartments.
Start Date          -     2005               Awarded as Best Architecture (Middle East) & Best
Completion Date     -     2008                  International Architecture (Multiple Units) in the year
Total sq. ft.       -     2.37 lacs             2007
No of Units     -       164


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                                                                              Commercial


                                                Iris Bay is set to be a destination of pride, status and exclusivity
                                                that the world will vie to be in. Iris Bay is a 35 storey commercial
                                                tower positioned in the gateway of Business Bay, representing
                                                striking, but elegant architecture with a magnitude of iconic
                                                potency and distinction.




                                                   Key Features
                                                    A 32-storey distinctive tower taking shape in the prime of
                                                       corporate Dubai at Business Bay.
Location            -     Business Bay, Dubai       Never-seen-before half-moon shape.
Architect           -     Atkins, UK                3 level podium for parking.
Start Date          -     2007                      Awarded “Best Architecture” & “Best High Rise
Completion Date     -     2010                         Architecture” by CNBC Arabia in 2008
Total sq. ft.       -     3.86 lacs
No of Units     -       199



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                                                                    Commercial


                                        'Iris Crystal' is Reposing at the intersection of two busy
                                        thoroughfares, the freehold tower is a perfect fusion of form
                                        and function. 'Iris Crystal' never compromises on space and
                                        design, making optimum use of space in a visually striking and
                                        inspirational structure. The project rests on a sound ecological
                                        concept, while providing its tenants with state-of-the-art,
                                        luxurious, first class commercial facilities.


                                           Key Features
                                            21-storey commercial tower + 4 level podium
                                            Providing for its most probable blue chip tenants, state of
Location            - Dubai Marina             the art & luxurious commercial facilities.
Architect           - Aedas, UK
Start Date          - 2009
Completion Date     - 2011 (Expected)
Total sq. ft.       - 3.12 lacs
No of Units     -    116




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                                                                         Residential



                                             Iris Mist is resplendent with the glory of sea views from both
                                             sides of your home. Coming up in the prestigious Dubai
                                             Maritime City - The World's first purpose-built maritime centre,
                                             Iris Mist is envisioned to be a unique piece of architecture on
                                             Dubai shores, a dynamic glass and aluminum landmark of pride,
                                             status and distinction, that also offers retail spaces along with
                                             residential apartments


                                                Key Features
                                                 55 residential storey with 1,2 and 3 BHK apartments
                                                 6 podium levels for car parking, apartments.
                                                 Ground floor for retail
Location            - Maritime City, Dubai       Basement for car parking
Architect           - Atkins, UK
Start Date          - 2009
Completion Date     - 2012 (Expected)
Total sq. ft.       - 8.45 lacs
No of Units     -    425



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                                                                              Residential


                                                Iris Ora is an exclusive creek front residential tower in Business
                                                Bay of Dubai - the region's business capital centrally located
                                                between Sheikh Zayed Road and Al Khail Road. A prestigious
                                                project by Iris that brings in opportunity to live a life with luxury,
                                                comfort and peace of mind in a home that is close to work.




                                                  Key Features
                                                   19-storey residential tower
                                                   Studio, 1 BHK luxurious apartments
Location            -     Business Bay, Dubai      Modern interior amenities
Architect           -     Atkins, UK               Opulently designed entrance lobby and elevators
Start Date          -     2009                     Club house with gym & swimming pool
Completion Date     -     2011 (Expected)          Landscaped garden
Total sq. ft.       -     1.72 lacs
No of Units     -       163




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Other Projects
WINDMILL PROJECTS


• SDPL has invested more than 90 crores in windmill projects
at Sangli,(Maharashtra)& Jodhpur,(Rajasthan).

• There are 4 nos of WTG’s of 6.6 MW capacity at Sangli site
& 5 nos of WTG’s of 7.5 MW capacity at Jodhpur site.




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                    Operational Performance of SDPL




• SDPL has constructed more than 15 million sq ft of real estate space (Developed &
Underdevelopment) completing over 50 projects since 1986
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Awards & Accreditations




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VISION AND
 MISSION                                 AWARDS




  Mr. Ashwin Sheth was awarded the 'Girnar
                                                   “Vasant Nagari” was awarded “Township
    Award' for Youngest & Most Dynamic
                                                 project for the year 1997” by eminent faculty
  Entrepreneurs in the field of Real Estate in
                                                            “Accommodation Times”
               the year 2000




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VISION AND
 MISSION                         AWARDS




                                           The Real Estate
                                           Awards Winner
      Best Development (over 5 units)     of the best Retail
                     &                    project (Future)
        Best High Rise Development



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AWARDS
                          AWARDS




Best Development (over 5 units)        Best Architecture
               &                      (Middle East) & Best
  Best High Rise Development       International Architecture
                                        (Multiple Units)
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           Quality Management

Overriding commitment to providing quality
products

    •ISO 9001:2008
    •ISO 14001:2004

SDPL aim is to remain a market leader by
pursuing a program of continuous quality
improvements.




                    ISO 9001: 2008




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                                    CSR




Sheth Vidya Mandir English School                   Temple




         Medical Relief                   Vatsalya Dham – Old Age Home


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VISION AND
 MISSION     ASSOCIATES




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Financial Indicators
                          Financial Indicator of SDPL




                                                        Unaudited




Net Profit & Net Profit/Sales




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Sheth Estate (International) Ltd. Dubai




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Sheth Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd
  VISION AND
   MISSION
   VISION
“To be recognized as a world-class infrastructure development company and to generate
maximum value for the company and its clients through quality, profitability and human
resource development




  MISSION
Our Mission is to be a leader in the development of infrastructure, contributing actively to
social well being, sustainable development and the creation of value for our stakeholder
groups




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VISION AND ON EMERGING INFRASTRUCTURE OPPORTUNITIES
     SDPL’S FOCUS
 MISSION
                      •Green field Airports
      Airport         •Non metro Airports




                      •Port connectivity projects
                      •High speed passenger corridor
      Railway         •Dedicated freight corridor projects



                      •Mono Rail systems
   Transportation     •Metro Rail systems
      Systems         •LRT systems




     Township         •Large mixed use projects like integrated townships
                      •Affordable Housing



                      •Develop high speed corridors
  Roads & Bridges     •Two-lane roads,& ring roads,
                      •National &State Highways/Expressways
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SIPL LOOKS TO THE FUTURE




     Sheth Group’s rich experience in construction in the
     real estate & township development sector over the
     years is a strength with which SIPL is venturing into the
     Infrastructure Development sector through PPP - in
     Strategic Partnerships with National & International
     construction companies




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Contact Details
                 CONTACT

                 Corporate Office:

       Sheth Infrastructure Pvt Ltd
       Sheth House, Vasant Valley,
       Gen. A. K. Vaidya Marg,
       Malad (E),
       Mumbai – 400 097.
       Maharashtra, India

       Tel.        :    +91-22-2842 6227 to 31
       Fax         :    +91-22-28426234
       Website     :    www.shethinfra.com
       Email       :    info@shethinfra.com




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