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Part A
                                 CHAPTER - I

1.1 PREAMBLE

   Mandya district has seven taluks viz, K.Rpet,Maddur,Malavalli, Mandya
,Nagamangala, Srirangapatna and Pandavapura. Maddur taluk is one
amongst seven taluks.

   The Department of Industries & Commerce has entrusted Small
Industries Service Institute (SISI) the Preparation of District Industrial
Prespective Plan (DIPP) of Mandya District for the period 2006-2011.
Accordingly, taluk-wise Industrial Perspective Plan for all the seven taluks
of the District have been prepared to facilitate consolidation as District
Industrial Perspective Plan Report. This report gives the Industrial
Perspective plan of Maddur Taluk. The earlier survey of the district was
carried out in 2000-2001. Taluk wise report were not prepared at that time
The need for a fresh survey of the district was meant to make a reappraisal of
the resource basket to identify suitable product lines having scope for
development in the area.


1.2 OBJECTIVES

    Primary Objectives

         Identification of potential investment opportunites in secondary
          and service sectors
         Suggesting Action Plan for materializing the potential.

   Secondary Objectives
   To make SWOT analysis based on

         Resources base-trend and growth rate
         Existing industrial and other infrastructure facilities and recent
          developments
         Existing industrial base
         Recent trends in industrialization
         Other important factors




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1.3 SCOPE

As regards the scope of the survey, the study includes all the manufacturing
activities presently existing in the entire taluk and falling into the fold of
small scale, cottage, village industries, and service sector etc., which indeed
interdependent/complementary and essential for speedier development of
industries in the taluk .


1.4 METHODOLOGY

    The report is prepared based both on primary data and secondary data.
    The secondary data was collected from published sources. The primary
    data was collected by contacting from publishing sources. The primary
    data was collected by contacting and interacting with resource persons,
    Stakeholders in government departments /organizations, industry
    associations, industrialists, NGOs etc., at both taluk & district levels.
    The collected data was analysed and utilized for the preparation of Taluk
    Industrial Perspective plan.

1.5 DISCLAIMER

         The data available from the relevant Government Publications
          have been adopted for the study.
         Data obtained from various Government Departments/
          organizations are analysed to form the basis for the Taluk
          Industrial Perspective plan.
         Where ever a particular data was not available, appropriate trend
          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 raw material, labour
          besides other factors. However, any Entrepreneur desirous of
          setting up of an enterprise is advised to carry out due diligence
          before committing the investment.

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                                CHAPTER – II

   PROPOSED POTENTIAL INDUSTRIES PLANNED
                FOR 2006-2011
  Core sector Industries in the taluk

The resources as well as the existing industrial infrastructure of the taluk
will be analysed in the coming chapters. Based on the resources in the taluk
there is scope as follows: -

In view of paddy, being a major food crop grown in the taluk, too many
Rice Mills have come up and are over saturated due to which more than
50% have closed and many of others have been modernized. A few Huller
Flour Mills and Vermicelli units can come up.

Since Sugar cane, being a major commercial crop grown in the taluk, few
sugar factories have come up. There are hundreds of Jaggery units, which
are seasonal. Most of the Jaggery is going to North India, mainly Gujarat &
Rajasthan. These units have to be modernized. A few sugar cane juice
canning units can come up.

Since molasses available as a by-product from sugar factories, the taluk is
having good number of animal feed units, to say they too are over saturated.
These units can be modernized.

The taluk is already having many Rice mills, large scale sugar factories and
tiny jaggery units. Using the waste in rice mills, sugar factories and
Jaggery units, Bio-mass briquetted fuel manufacturing units can come up in
the taluk. Also power generation units using Bio-mass can come up in the
taluk.

Ragi is one of the main crops grown and there are already a few ragi
processing units which supply cleaned and packed ragi and also cleaned
and powdered ragi. A few more such units can come up. Ragi malt is a
very healthy food. Now-a-days, it is getting popularity among people since
it is a non-diabetic and non-cholesterol. A few such units can come up.

Since vegetables and fruits are grown plenty in the taluk, fruit processing, &
vegetable processing and export industries can come up. There is scope for
banana chip manufacturing, jackfruit processing, mango juice processing in
the fruit field and tomato ketch-up, sauce in the vegetable field. Cold

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storage can be constructed and fruits & vegetables can be processed and
exported.

The taluk is having good coconut plantation crop. The taluk is already
having some coir defibering units and a few coir mat making units can
come up. A few more coir defibering, coir rope, coir mat making units can
come up. Tender coconut packing units, desiccated coconut powder units,
bakery units, button manufacturing units can also come up.

As good quantity of building stone available in the taluk, a few more jelly
quarrying & crushing units, table moulded bricks can come up.

Since Mulberry is grown in plenty and since silk cocoons are produced in
bulk quantities in the taluk, a few more silk reeling and silk twisting units
can come up. Silk cloth manufacturing units can also come up as good
numbers of Artisans are available.

The taluk is having good animal population and hence there is scope for
anima Slaughtering chrome tanning meat processing and exports, wool
processing units can also come up. A few units of milk processing, milk
products, bone mills can come up.

The taluk is having good irrigation facilities with the result it has good
number of tractors. Due to this, already tractor servicing units and trailers
for tractor manufacturing units exist. There is scope for few more such
units.

Since good number of Educational Institutions are there and good number
of educated persons available, there is scope for IT enabled services, DTP,
Mobile servicing, Internet Cafes, Computer servicing, Engineering units,
etc.,

Since good number of vehicles are there in the taluk, a few more
Automobile workshops can come up.

Since more number of Rice mills, Sugar mills are there, machinery parts of
rice mill/sugar mill can come up.

Since more fallow land, non-agriculture and barren land available and since
good number of Artisans and non-workers and educated persons are
available in the taluk, there is scope for few more industrial areas in the
taluk, which can accommodate various types of industries.




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           LIST OF THRUST INDUSTRIES OF THE TALUK

1 Resource based industries:-
 a) Agro-based Industries
      1. Jaggery/khandasari sugar
      2. Vermicelli
      3. puffed rice
      4. Idly rava
      5. Ragi malt
      6. Desiccated coconut powder
      7. Canning of tender coconut
      8. Rice mill
      9. Dehydrated vegetables
      10. pappad
      11. canning of sugar cane juice
      12. Corn flakes
      13. Fruit juice/pulp/tomato ketchup
      14. Flour mill and destoner
      15. silk reeling & twisting
      16. Ground nut dicortilating
      17. Ragi based weaning food
      18. Silk reeling & twisting

b) Wood based:-
      1. Wooden furniture
      2. Bamboo and cane furniture
 c) Live stock based:-
       1. Poultry dressing
       2. Mutton Slaughtering, Processing & export
       3. wool
d) Minerals:-
    1. Mosaic tiles
    2. Cement hollow bricks
    3. Stone crushing

e) Demand based:-
    1. Vulcanizing
    2. Agriculture implements
    3. Trailer for tractor
    4. Steel furniture
    5. Rolling shutters
    6. Submersible pumps
    7. DTP
    8. Photocopy
    9. Fabrication

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    10. Repairs & service of
         a) Electrical motors
         b) Two wheelers
         c) House hold appliances
         d) Electrical and electronic consumer durables
         e) Tractors / trailers
    11. Photo studio
    12. Photo frame work
    13. Tailoring
    14. Corton boxes
    15. Coir fiber and curlings
    16. Ready made garments
    17. Rice bran oil
    18. Biomass briquetting
    19. Non edible oil
    20. Off set printing
    21. Screen printing
    22. Note books and exercises
    23. Ready made garments




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          PERSPECTIVE PLAN FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF TINY/SSI UNITS
                      IN THE TALUK DURING 2006-2007
                                              PER UNIT                             No.
                                               Proje Work Plan                      of
                                                 ct      ing     t&      Em Powe unit
Sl.   Details of
                       Land     Bldg.    Capa   cost capital m/c          p.   r    s
No    products
                       Sq.ft.   Sq.ft.   city                            (No HP/   pro
                                                    Rs. In Lakhs          s.) KW pose
                                                                                    d
      2            3               4       5       6       7      8          9  10  11
A     FOOD & BEVERAGES

1     Jaggery/khand     4000     2400    100MTs   7.50    2.25   5.25     10   10HP   4
      asari
      sugar
2     Vermi             3300      750    25MTs    3.00    0.90   2.40     5    3HP    1
      celli
3     Mutton            2400     2000    30MTs    15.00   4.50   10.50    4    2HP    1
      processing &
      export
4     Puffed rice       1650      365    35MTs    0.75    0.23   0.52     3      0    1
5     Idly rava         2400      1.50   30MTs    1.50    0.45   1.05     4    15HP   1

6     Ragi              2400     1500    30MTS    1.50    0.45   1.05     4    15HP   1
       malt
7     Poultry           2400     2000    12000    0.90    027    1.63     2    1Hp    1
      dressing                           No
8     Desiccated        1650      860    30MTs    2.00    0.60   1.40     4    15Hp   1
      coconut
      powder
9     Canning of        2400     1500    30MTs    2.00    0.60   1.40     4    15HP   1
      tender coconut
10    Canning of        2400     1500    30MTs    5.00    1.50   3.50     4    15HP   1
      sugar cane
      juice
11    Dehydrated       2400      1500    30MTs    2.00    0.60   1.40     4    3HP    1
      vegetables

12    Fruit             2400     1500    30MTs    5.00    1.50   3.50     4    5HP    1
      juices/pulp
      tomato
      ketchup/banan
      a chips.etc




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13   wool               2400       1500       2000        2.00   0.60   1.40    3    10HP    1
                                             Meters
14   Modern Rice   8000  4000                 1200       23.00   6.90   16.10   10   60HP    1
     mills                                    MTs
15   Flour mills   2400  1500                30MTs        1.50   0.45   1.05    2    15HP    1
     and destoners
16   Ragi           2400 1500                30MTs        1.50   0.45   1.05    4    15HP    1
     Based
      weaning
     Food
17   Bakery &       3300 2178                 8MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15    6    5HP     2
     Bakery
     products
B    TEXTILES & GARMENTS

1    Silk               2400       1500        1200       4.50   1.35   3.15    10   2Hp     4
     reeling and                               KGs
     twisting

2    Ready made         2400       1500       15000       3.00   0.90   2.10    10   1Hp     3
     garments                                  Pics
3    Hand loom          1200       1200        3000       1.00   0.40   0.60    2        0   1
                                               Mts
C    WOOD AND WOOD BASED

1    Wooden       4000 2000                  300Nos       1.05   0.32   0.73    4    5HP     1
     furniture
2    Bamboo&      4000 2000                  300Nos       0.50   0.15   0.35    4        0   1
      cane works
D    PRINTING & STATIONERY

1    Off set            2400       1500      12Lakh 15.00        4.50   10.50   3    3HP     1
     printing                                s pages
     & book
     binding
2    Screen             1200        800      1Lakhs       0.75   0.23   0.52    2        0   1
     printing                                 pies
3    Exercise &         2400       1500      20000        3.00   0.90   2.10    4    3HP     1
     Note Books                               Nos.

E    RUBBER & PLASTICS

1    vulcanizing        2400       1500        7500       0.10   0.03   0.07    2    1Hp     1




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F   GLASS & CERAMICS

1   Hollow     3000                  1650      1Lakhs      18.00   5.40   12.60   10   15Hp     1
    concrete                                    Nos
    Bricks
2   Mosaic     3000                  1650      10Lakh       7.50   2.25   5.25    8    10Hp     1
     tiles                                      s Sft
H   AUTOMOBILE

1   Auto Spares          1000         660       1.20La      9.20   6.20   3.000   8    7.5H     1
                                                  khs                                    p
                                                 Nos
I   FERROUS & NON FERROUS

1   General               2400       1200        450        6.00   1.80   4.20    8    15HP     1
    fabrication                                  MTs

1   2                        3         4           5         6      7      8      9        10   11
2   Pressed               1350        900      48MTs        5.21   2.98   2.23    7    7Hp      1
    components

J   JOB WORS & REPAIRS

1   Electrical             600        600      300Nos       0.75   0.23   0.52    2    1HP      1
    pumps &
    motors

2    Two                  2400       1200        3000       1.50   0.45   1.05    4        0    1
    wheelers                                     Nos

3   Battery               1200       1000      240Nos       0.75   0.23   0.52    2    1HP      1
    charging
     and
    servicing
4   Electrical &          2400       1200        1500       2.00   0.60   1.40    4    1Hp      1
    electronic                                   Nos
    house hold
    durables

5   Tractors for          2400       1200      700Nos       3.00   0.90   2.10    3        0    1
    trailers




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1   2                     3          4          5           6      7      8     9      10     11
6   Mobile phone         300        300        200        1.00   0.35   0.65    2     1HP      1
                                               Nos
7   Computer             300        300        200        1.00   0.35   0.65    2     1HP     1
    hardware                                   Nos
8   Voltage              300        300        200        1.00   0.35   0.65    2     1HP     1
    stabilizer                                 Nos
9   UPS                  300        300        200        1.00   0.35   0.65    2     1HP     1
                                               Nos
K   OTHER SERVICES

1   Photo studios        450        450        5000       1.20   0.70   0.50    2         0   1
                                              Photos
2   Tailoring            200        200        2400       0.45   0.14   0.31    3         0   4
                                               Pies
3   DTP                  150        150       25000       1.50   0.45   1.05    3     1HP     1
                                              Pages
4   Photocopy            150        150       1Lakh       1.00   0.30   0.70    2     1HP     1
                                              Sheets
L   MISCELLANEOUS

1   Non edible /        6000       2000       6MTs        6.00   1.80   4.20    4     4HP     1
    essential oils
2   Coir fiber &        6000       3000      20MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15    10    5HP     3
    curlings

3   Bio-mass            5000       2000      25MTS 18.00         5.40   12.60   4     10HP    1
    Briquettings
       TOTAL                                                                                  61




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            PERSPECTIVE PLAN FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF TINY/SSI UNITS
                        IN THE TALUK DURING 2007-2008

                                               PER UNIT
                                                                                   No. of
                                                Proje Work Plan          Em Powe
Sl.   Details of                                                                   units
                       Land     Bldg.    Capa     ct      ing     t&      p.   r
No    products                                                                     propo
                       Sq.ft.   Sq.ft.    city   cost capital m/c        (No HP/
                                                                                    sed
                                                     Rs. In Lakhs         s.) KW
1     2            3               4         5      6       7       8        9  10   11
A     FOOD & BEVERAGES
1     Jaggery/khand     4000     2400     100     7.50    2.25    5.25    10   10HP     4
      asari                               MTs
      sugar
2     Canning of        2400     1500    30MTs    2.00    0.60    1.40     4   15HP     1
      tender coconut

3     Bakery &    3300 2178               8MTs    4.50    1.35    3.15     6    5HP     2
      Bakery
      products
B     TEXTILES & GARMENTS

1     Silk              2400     1500     1200    4.50    1.35    3.15    10    2Hp     4
      reeling and                         KGs
      twisting


2     Ready made        2400     1500    15000    3.00    0.90    2.10    10    1Hp     3
      garments                            Pics

C     WOOD AND WOOD BASED

1     Wooden            4000     2000    300Nos   1.05    0.32    0.73     4    5HP     1
      furniture

D     OTHER SERVICES

1     Tailoring         200       200     2400    0.45    0.14    0.31     3        0   4
                                           Pies
2     Cyber cafes       150       150     10GB    1.00    0.30    0.70     2    1HP     1

3     DTP               150       150    25000    1.50    0.45    1.05     3    1HP     1
                                         Pages
4     Photocopy         150       150    1Lakh    1.00    0.30    0.70     2    1HP     1
                                         Sheets


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E   MISCELLANEOUS

1   Coir fiber &        6000      3000      20MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15   10    5HP   3
    curlings
       TOTAL                                                                              25




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           PERSPECTIVE PLAN FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF TINY/SSI UNITS
                       IN THE TALUK DURING 2008-2009

                                                    PER UNIT
                                                                                           No. of
                                                     Proje Work Plan             Em Powe
Sl.   Details of                                                                           units
                        Land      Bldg.       Capa     ct      ing     t&         p.   r
No    products                                                                             propo
                        Sq.ft.    Sq.ft.       city   cost capital m/c           (No HP/
                                                                                            sed
                                                          Rs. In Lakhs            s.) KW
1     2            3                   4          5      6       7       8           9  10   11
A     FOOD & BEVERAGES
1     Jaggery/            4000      2400        100        7.50   2.25   5.25     10   10HP     4
      khandasari                                MTs
      sugar
 2    Mutton              2400      2000      30MTs       15.00   4.50   10.50     4    2HP     1
      processing &
      export
3     Puffed              1650       365      35MTs        0.75   0.23   0.52      3        0   1
      rice
4     Poultry             2400      2000      12000        0.90   027    1.63      2    1Hp     1
      dressing                                No
5     Canning             2400      1500                   2.00   0.60   1.40      4   15HP     1
      of
                                              30MTs
       tender
      coconut
6     Canning             2400      1500      30MTs        5.00   1.50   3.50      4   15HP     1
       of
      sugar cane
      juice
7     Dehydrated        2400        1500      30MTs        2.00   0.60   1.40      4    3HP     1
      vegetables
8     Fruit               2400      1500      30MTs        5.00   1.50   3.50      4    5HP     1
      juices/pulp
      tomato
      ketchup/banan
      a chips.etc
9     Wool                2400      1500       2000        2.00   0.60   1.40      3   10HP     1
                                               Meters
10    Modern Rice       8000        4000       1200       23.00   6.90   16.10    10   60HP     1
      mills                                     MTs

11    Flour mills       2400        1500      30MTs        1.50   0.45   1.05      2   15HP     1
      and destoners




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12   Ragi                2400      1500      30MTs        1.50   0.45   1.05    4    15HP     1
     Based
      weaning
     Food
13   Bakery &            3300      2178       8MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15    6     5HP     2
     Bakery
     products




B    TEXTILES & GARMENTS

1    Silk                2400      1500        1200       4.50   1.35   3.15    10    2Hp     4
     reeling and                               KGs
     twisting


2    Ready made 2400 1500                     15000       3.00   0.90   2.10    10    1Hp     3
     garments                                  Pics
C    WOOD AND WOOD BASED

1    Wooden       4000 2000                  300Nos       1.05   0.32   0.73    4     5HP     1
     furniture
2    Bamboo&      4000 2000                  300Nos       0.50   0.15   0.35    4         0   1
      cane works
D    PRINTING & STATIONERY

1    Off set             2400      1500      12Lakh 15.00        4.50   10.50   3     3HP     1
     printing                                s pages
     & book
     binding
2    Screen              1200       800      1Lakhs       0.75   0.23   0.52    2         0   1
     printing                                 pies

3    Exercise &  2400  1500                   20000       3.00   0.90   2.10    4     3HP     1
     Note Books                                Nos.
E    RUBBER & PLASTICS

1    Vulcanizing         2400      1500        7500       0.10   0.03   0.07    2     1Hp     1




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F   GLASS & CERAMICS

1   Hollow     3000   1650 1Lakhs 18.00                         5.40   12.60   10   15Hp     1
    concrete                Nos
    Bricks
2   Mosaic     3000   1650 10Lakh 7.50                          2.25   5.25    8    10Hp     1
     tiles                  s Sft
3   Stone      1 acre  495  8000  30.00                         9.00   21.00   15   60HP     1
    crushing               CMTR
4   Table      3000    200 10Lahs 12.00                         3.60   8.40    10    1HP     1
    Moulded                 Nos
    bricks
G   GENERAL ENGG. & ALLIED

1   Agriculture         4000      2800      80MTs        2.25   0.68   1.57    4     5HP     1
    implements

2   Trailers   4000   2800                  120Nos 15.00        8.25   6.75    4     5Hp     1
     For
     tractors
3   Steel       4000  2500                   1320  11.13        6.23   4.90    17   30Hp     1
    furniture                                 Nos
4   Rolling     4000  2500                  750Nos 15.00        8.25   6.75    4     5Hp     1
    shutters
H   FERROUS & NON FERROUS

1   General     2400   1200                   450        6.00   1.80   4.20    8    15HP     1
    fabrication                               MTs
I   JOB WORS & REPAIRS

1   Electrical          600        600      300Nos       0.75   0.23   0.52    2     1HP     1
    pumps &
    motors
2    Two                2400      1200        3000       1.50   0.45   1.05    4         0   1
    wheelers                                  Nos
3   Electrical &     2400          1200       1500       2.00   0.60   1.40    4     1Hp     1
    electronic house                          Nos
    hold durables
J    OTHER SERVICES

1   Photo studios       450        450        5000       1.20   0.70   0.50    2         0   1
                                             Photos
2   Tailoring           200        200        2400       0.45   0.14   0.31    3         0   4
                                              Pies




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3   Video               300        300         100       5.00   1.50    3.50    4     2HP   1
    conferencing                               Nos

4   DTP                 150        150       25000       1.50   0.45    1.05    3     1HP   1
                                             Pages
5   Photocopy           150        150       1Lakh       1.00   0.30    0.70    2     1HP   1
                                             Sheets
K   MISCELLANEOUS

1   Coir fiber &        6000       3000      20MTs       4.50   1.35    3.15    10    5HP   3
    curlings
2   Mineral water       6000       4500      50MTs       2.00    0.60    1.40   4    10HP   1
3   Cold storage        6000       3000       100       80.00   24.00   56.00   4    40HP   1
                                              MTs
       TOTAL                                                                                55




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            PERSPECTIVE PLAN FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF TINY/SSI UNITS
                        IN THE TALUK DURING 2009-2010

                                                    PER UNIT
                                                                                          No. of
                                                     Proje Work Plan            Em Powe
Sl.   Details of                   Bldg.                                                  units
                         Land                 Capa     ct      ing     t&        p.   r
No    products                     Sq.ft                                                  propo
                         Sq.ft.                city   cost capital m/c          (No HP/
                                     .                                                     sed
                                                          Rs. In Lakhs           s.) KW
1     2            3                   4          5      6       7       8          9  10   11
A     FOOD & BEVERAGES
1     Jaggery/khand  4000 2400                  100        7.50   2.25   5.25    10   10HP     4
      asari                                     MTs
      Sugar
2     Canning of     2400 1500                30MTs        2.00   0.60   1.40     4   15HP     1
      tender coconut
3     Bakery &       3300 2178                 8MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15     6    5HP     2
      Bakery
      products
B     TEXTILES & GARMENTS

1     Silk        2400 1500                     1200       4.50   1.35   3.15    10    2Hp     4
      reeling and                               KGs
      twisting
2     Ready made  2400 1500                    15000       3.00   0.90   2.10    10    1Hp     3
      garments                                  Pics
C     WOOD AND WOOD BASED

1     Wooden      4000              2000      300Nos       1.05   0.32   0.73     4    5HP     1
      furniture
D      OTHER SERVICES

1     Tailoring           200        200       2400        0.45   0.14   0.31     3        0   4
                                                Pies
2     Cyber cafes         150        150       10GB        1.00   0.30   0.70     2    1HP     1

3     DTP                 150        150       25000       1.50   0.45   1.05     3    1HP     1
                                               Pages
4     Photocopy           150        150       1Lakh       1.00   0.30   0.70     2    1HP     1
                                               Sheets
E     MISCELLANEOUS

1     Coir fiber &        6000      3000      20MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15    10    5HP     3
      curlings
         TOTAL                                                                                 25



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             PERSPECTIVE PLAN FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF TINY/SSI UNITS
                         IN THE TALUK DURING 2010-2011

                                                      PER UNIT
                                                                                          No. of
                                                       Proje Work Plan            Em Powe
Sl.   Details of                                                                          units
                          Land      Bldg.       Capa     ct      ing     t&        p.   r
No    products                                                                            propo
                          Sq.ft.    Sq.ft.       city   cost capital m/c          (No HP/
                                                                                           sed
                                                            Rs. In Lakhs           s.) KW

1     2                       3          4          5         6      7      8      9         10   11

A     FOOD & BEVERAGES
1     Jaggery/khand   4000 2400                   100        7.50   2.25   5.25    10   10HP      4
      asari                                       MTs
      sugar
2     Canning of      2400 1500                 30MTs        2.00   0.60   1.40    4    15HP      1
      tender coconut
3     Dehydrated     2400  1500                 30MTs        2.00   0.60   1.40    4     3HP      1
      vegetables
4     Fruit           2400 1500                 30MTs        5.00   1.50   3.50    4     5HP      1
      juices/pulp
      tomato
      ketchup/banan
      a chips.etc
5     Bakery &        3300 2178                  8MTs        4.50   1.35   3.15    6     5HP      2
      Bakery
      products
B     TEXTILES & GARMENTS

1     Silk                  2400      1500        1200       4.50   1.35   3.15    10    2Hp      4
      reeling and                                 KGs
      twisting


2     Ready made 2400 1500                       15000       3.00   0.90   2.10    10    1Hp      3
      garments                                    Pics
C     WOOD AND WOOD BASED

1     Wooden       4000 2000                    300Nos       1.05   0.32   0.73    4     5HP      1
      furniture
D     PRINTING & STATIONERY




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1   Screen              1200       800      1Lakhs       0.75   0.23    0.52    2         0    1
    printing                                 pies
2   Exercise &          2400      1500      20000        3.00   0.90    2.10    4     3HP      1
    Note Books                               Nos.

E   GLASS & CERAMICS

1   Hollow    3000   1650                   1Lakhs      18.00   5.40    12.60   10   15Hp      1
    concrete                                 Nos
    Bricks
F   GENERAL ENGG.& ALLIED

1   Agriculture         4000      2800      80MTs        2.25   0.68    1.57    4     5HP      1
    implements

2   Tailors    4000    2800                 120Nos 15.00        8.25    6.75    4     5Hp      1
     For
     tractors
3   Steel       4000   2500                  1320  11.13        6.23    4.90    17   30Hp      1
    furniture                                 Nos
4   Rolling     4000   2500                 750Nos 15.00        8.25    6.75    4     5Hp      1
    shutters
H   JOB WORS & REPAIRS

1    Two         2400             1200        3000       1.50   0.45    1.05    4         0    1
    wheelers                                  Nos
2   Electrical & 2400             1200        1500       2.00   0.60    1.40    4     1Hp      1
    electronic                                Nos
    house hold
    durables
I    OTHER SERVICES

1   Tailoring           200        200        2400       0.45   0.14    0.31    3         0    4
                                              Pies
2   DTP                 150        150       25000       1.50   0.45    1.05    3     1HP      2
                                             Pages
3   Photocopy         150          150       1Lakh       1.00   0.30    0.70    2     1HP      2
                                             Sheets
J   MISCELLANEOUS

1   Coir fiber &        6000      3000      20MTs        4.50   1.35    3.15    10    5HP      3
    curlings
2   Cold storage        6000      3000      100MTs 80.00        24.00   56.00   4    40HP      1
       TOTAL                                                                                  38



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                           CHAPTER – III

   ACTION PLAN FOR PROMOTING INDUSTRIAL
               DEVELOPMENT


The quantity and quality of the resources available in the taluk will be
analysed. in the coming chapters. Based on the infrastructures available in
the taluk probable potential industries, which may come up in the taluk, has
been identified and mentioned in chapter II. It is not only sufficient to
identify industries which are having scope for development, but it is equally
necessary to draw a detailed action plan to promote industries in the taluk.
Therefore, the following action plan is drawn to encourage setting up of
industries by the entrepreneurs.

It is proposed to conduct industrial seminars, entrepreneurship awareness
Programmes and EDPs in the taluks every year so as to create awareness
among the pubic in setting up of industries.

Schemes such as Prime Minister Rozgar Yojana, Yashaswini Yojana, KVIC
Margin Money Scheme, New Industrial Policy of Incentives & Concessions
etc., are to be utilized for promotion of industries.

The provision made in the taluk credit plan of every year for Tiny & SSI
units can be best made use of by the entrepreneurs in setting up of the
industries.

The District Level Single Window Agency helps in solving the delays,
bottlenecks to be faced by the entrepreneurs while setting up of their
industries. Taluk Level Single Window Agency can be set up to solve the
bottleneck to be traced by the entrepreneurs in the taluk.

In respect of units which have become sick and which can be re-habilitated
with a small amount of assistance by financial agencies and other
departments, re-habilitation of such units can be extended the sick unit re-
habilitation facility.

Infrastructure facility of industrially developed land and Industrial
Estates/Areas wherever possible can be extended in setting up of industries.

Industrial exhibition may be organized in the taluk to exhibit and sell the
products of small scale, Khadi and village industries.




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An exclusive showroom may be opened by DIC/KSSIMC in the taluk to
sell the products of small scale, Khadi and village industries

Study tours of industrialists and prospective entrepreneurs to important
industrial areas /towns in and outside the state may be organized to provide
them an opportunity to study the functions of the industries.

Assistance of SISI may be obtained to provide training in Consumer
chemical products, glass and ceramic products leather products, etc., to
prospective entrepreneurs.

Most of the existing rice mills and animal feed units are having obsolete
technology. Hence it is suggested that these mills may be encouraged to
modernize their plants so as to increase their productivity.


In order to improve the quantity of the products of the small scale Industries
they may be encouraged to adopt the quality norms, viz, ISO 9000, etc, to
enable them to sustain the competition arising out of globalization and the
advent of the products manufacture by the MNC’s


                                    ****




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                             CHAPTER- IV

                         Credit Plan 2006-2007
 Under the lead bank scheme the Credit planning exercise every year
 assumes lot of importance for ensuring balanced credit flow to all potential
 sectors. The relaxation of Service Area Approach by the Reserve Bank of
 India has given further fillip to the rural lending by providing level playing
 field for the bankers and easy access for the rural borrowers to any bank of
 their choice. The District Credit Plan (DCP) for 2006-07 has been drawn
 taking into account the above relaxation based on the Potential Linked Plan
 prepared by the NABARD and the credit requirement under various
 Government sponsored schemes

 The following are the achievement of credit targets from banks under
 District Credit Plan 2005-2006 in the district

                                 Under District Credit Plan 2005-06
                         Allocated Annual           Achieved        % of
Sector      No. of        Amount     Target           up to        achieve
           Accounts       (Rs. In    (Rs In        December         ment
                          Lakhs)    Corers)           2005
                                                 (Rs In Corers)
SSI       873            1500.98    11.67      6.92               59

 The following is the achievement of credit targets from individual banks
 under Annual Credit Plan for the quarter ended December 2005 and Annual
 Credit Plan for 2006-2007

 Bank wise performance-Target/Achievement under annual credit plan
  for the quarter ended December 2005 and Credit plan for 2006-2007

 Sl.No    Name of the                    SSI                        SSI
            bank                Credit plan 2005-2006         Credit plan 2006-2007
                           Target Achievement         %       Account Amount
                              Rs          Rs                            Rs in 000’s
                            Lakhs       Lakhs
   1.    Allahabad         0.50     0.00           0          0           0
         Bank
   2.    Andhra Bank       3.00      0.00            0        4           600
   3.    Bank of India     6.00      0.00            0        6           800
   4.    Canara Bank       58.55     55.66           95       89          11430



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  5.    Corporation      6.00      0.00            0        20         2800
        Bank
  6.    CBI              2.10      0.65            31       5          200
  7.    Indian Bank      0.00      0.00            0        2          1000
  8.    IOB              6.10      0.00            0        16         1468
  9.    Karnataka        7.40      0.50            7        24         840
        Bank
  10.   Lakshmi Vilas    38.00     34.29           90       6          5000
        Bank
  11.   PNB              8.50      0.00            0        4          1060
  12.   SBI              12.35     10.80           87       30         4810
  13.   SBM              214.10    126.25          59       143        20260
  14.   Syndicate        46.15     222.53          482      79         5660
        Bank
  15.   South Indian     7.50      0.00            0        10         1000
        Bank
  16.   Vijaya Bank      108.30    24.24           22       190        14070
  17.   ING Vysya        5.00      7.97            159      10         900
        Bank
        Total            529.55    482.89          91       638        71898
  18    VGB              31.55     25.71           81       104        5840
  19    KSCARD           25.13     13.32           53       74         5860
        Bank
  20    KSIC Bank        0.00      0.00            0        16         23000
  21    MDCC Bank        15.00     0.00            0        10         5000
        Total Co-of      40.13     13.32           33       100        33860
        Bank
 22     KSFC             235.00    170.25          72       31         38500
        GRAND            836.23    692.17          83       873        150098
        TOTAL



The following is the Block wise and Sector wise credit plan for 2006-2007
           Block Wise and Sector Wise Credit Plan 2006-2007
                                                                (Rs in 000s)
                                              Maddur
        Sector
                                   No.                           Amt
         SSI                       122                          12445


                                    ***



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Part –B

                            CHAPTER-V

            TALUK /DISTRICT AT A GLANCE
                  (Facts and Figures)


                                 Taluk               District
  1    Geographical       area         617.24                  4961
       (Sq.Kms)
  2    Number of Hoblis                     4                    31
  3    No. of inhabited                   153                  1369
       villages
  4    No. of Towns                         1                     8
  5    No.      of      Grama              42                   232
       Panchayats
  6    Average rain fall                706.1                623.19
       (mm)
  7    Main       rivers    & Veera Vyshanavi, Cauvery,Hemavathi,
       tributaries             Shimsha         Lokapavani,
                                               Simsha,Veeravyshnavi
  8    Number of villages                 160                  1395
       Electrified


9. Land Utilization
                                                  (Area in Hectares)
  a     Geographical area                61846               498244
  b     Net sown area                    47172               301994
  c     Fallow land                       1392                56749
  d     Non-agriculture &                19285                82411
        barren land
  e     Other       cultivated              336               83322
        land
   f    Forest area                          20               24765




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10 (a). Crops Grown –
                                                       (Crop wise)
i        Food Crops           Paddy,           Ragi, Paddy,       Ragi,
                              Maize,Jower            Maize, Jowar
ii       Pulses               Tur                    Tur, Gram
iii      Commercial Crops     Sugarcane,     Ground Sugarcane, Ground
                              nut, Sunflower         nut, Sunflower

(b). Crops Grown – Area wise
                                                        (Area in Hectares)
i        Food Crops                   27432               14044
ii       Pulses                       4247                38899
iii      Commercial Crops             8090                49897

11. Horticulture
(a).Crops Grown –
                                                           (Crop Wise)
i       Fruit Crops        Mango, Jack fruit, Papaya,   Mango,      Banana,
                           Banana, Guava,               Sapota, Jack fruit,
                           Sapota,                      Citrus, Papaya
ii      Vegetable Crops    Gourds,                      Tomato,      Beans,
                           Tomato,Brinjal,Beans,        Gourds,       Ladies
                           Khol Varieties, Ladies       finger,      Brinjal,
                           Finger, Raddish, Green       Khol        Varities,
                           Chilles,Leafy vegetables.    Raddish, Onion.
                           onion
iii     Spice Crops        Pepper, Tamarind, Garlic,Pepper, Tamarind,
                           Dry Chillies, Vanilla,   Ginger, Turmeric,
                           Ginger,                  Garlic,         Dry
                           Termaric                 Chillies, Coriander,
                                                    vanilla
iv      Garden          / Coconut,        Arecanut, Coconut, Arecanut,
        Plantation Crops Betelvine,    Cocoa, Oil Betelvine,         Oil
                          palm                      palm,        Cocoa,
                                                    Cashew

(b). Crops Grown – Area Wise
                                                        (Area in Hectares)
  i   Fruit crops                                        1186              11734
 ii   Vegetable crops                                     671              12878
iii   Spice crops                                          91               2061
iv    Garden/Plantation                                  5840              41420
      crops
v     Commercial flowers                                   47                   1157



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vi Medicinal plants                                               1                  9
vii Aromatic plants                                               1                  4

12. Mineral resources

(a). Type of Minerals available

                           Building Stone                 Building Stone, Quartz,
                                                          Ornamental Stone,
                                                          Felsite

(b). Quantity of Minerals Mined


                           53670MT                       420500MT,1070MT,1673C
                                                         BM,
                                                         522MT
.
13. Sericulture

 (a)Mulberry growing area 2004-05     3376.33                      10000.44
(In Hectares):
                                      2950.475                     8566.973
 (b) Cocoon production 2004-05
(In tones):

  14 (a). Forest - (In Hectares)                  20                   24765

  (b). Important Forest Produces:

                                     Negligible                 Eucalyptus, Tamarind,
                                                                Gallnut

15. Livestock resources
                                                                 (In Numbers)
   (a)   Poultry                                       103103                   735288
   (b)   Cattle                                         48259                   314334
   (c)   Buffalo                                        28313                   169660
   (d)   Sheep                                          62127                   350730
   (e)   Goat                                           32915                   209925
   (f)   Pig                                             2343                     9642
   (g)   Others                                         12143                    69082
   (h)   Total livestock                               289203                  1858661




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16. Water resources & Irrigation
                                                            (Area in Hectares)
  (a)     Sources of irrigation

    i)    By Canals                           18453                              91228
   ii)    By Tanks                             2805                              14234
  iii)    By Wells                             2135                              14507
  iv)     By Bore wells                         461                               8487
   v)     By Others                             533                               1889
  (b)     Net irrigated area                  24387                             130345

17. Fisheries

             a) Fish catch tanks                   ---                              846
             (Nos)
             b)Fish production                   1110                          6720.96
             ( Intones)

18. Human resources

(a) Population
                                                                (In Numbers)
                   Male                      146707                             888034
                   Female                    144076                             875671
                   Total                     290783                            1763705


(b) Density of population (per Sq.Km):       471                356

(c) Sex ratio females per 1000 males     : 982                  986


(d) Literates (In Numbers)
                               :     Male             89189           551271
                                    Female            64487           400189
                                     Total           153676           951460

(e) Literacy rate (In %)             Male                68.8          70.5
                                   Female                50.1           51.5
                                    Total                59.5           61.0




(f) Occupation structure


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                                                    (In Numbers)
     i   Cultivators                          65138            411246
    ii   Agricultural labours                 42576            206011
   iii   Artisans                              1193              10908
   iv    Workers
         Main                                107372                  682440
         Marginal                             33310                  157979
         Total                               140682                  840419
   v     Other services                       29195                  205475
   vi    Non workers                         150101                  923286

  19. Existing Industrial Estates/Areas/Industries etc.,
                                                            (In Numbers)
a)        Industrial Estates(KSSIDC)
 i                                                               1        6
ii)       Industrial Sheds(KSSIDC)                               8      134
b)
i)        Industries Areas (KIADB)                               1         2
ii)        Industrial Plots                                     74       189
c)        Factories                                              4        53
d)        Registered SSI units                                1610      7881
e)        Medium & large scale Units                             4        13
 20. Other Infrastructures
                                                         (In Numbers)
  (a)    Railways ( In Kms.)
   (i)   Stations                                   2                    12
  (ii)   Broad Gauge                               14                    69
  (b)    Roads ( In Kms.)
    i)   National Highways                       ----                  18
   ii)   State Highways                        55.00               459.12
  iii)   Major District Roads                 187.00              1390.87
  iv)    Village Roads                       2242.00            11331..03
   v)    Total Road Length                   3749.04             17016.09
  (c)    Motor vehicles                        8336                 84695
  (d)    Commercial banks                         15                  103
  (e)    DCCB’s                                     6                  46
   (f)   PCARDB’s                                   1                   7
  (g)    Grameena Banks                             6                  25
  (h)    Engineering Colleges                    ----                   1
   (i)   Polytechnics                            ----                   3
   (j)   ITI ’s
         (i)Govt.                               ------                    5
         (ii) Private                          -------                   10




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 (k)    Primary schools               252           1880
  (l)   High schools                   43            216
 (m)    Pre-university                 17             85
        Colleges
 (n)    General colleges                 4            14
 (o)    Libraries                       44           170
 (p)    Post Offices                    60           365
 (q)    Telegraph offices               14           135
 (r)    Telephone
        Exchanges/Towers
  i)    BSNL                              9              65
 ii)    Private (Spice)                  --               2
 (s)    Telephone Lines

   i)   Land lines (BSNL)            8106          53431
  ii)   Mobiles                      ------        12592
 iii)   Public Call Offices          ------         6246
 iv)    Internet                     ------          365
  v)    Private
        (Spice) –                    ------         4500
         Mobile
 (t)    Self-help groups              932           4780
 (u)    a) Hospitals
  i)    Allopathy                        1                8
 ii)    Indian System of                 1               13
        Medicine
        Total                             2           21
        b) Medical Shops                44           381
        c) Blood Banks                   --            3
 (v)    Police stations
   i)   General                          5               27
  ii)   Railways                         -                1
 iii)   Outpost                          -               12
        Total                            5               40
 (w)    Fire stations                    1                3
 (x)    Cinema Theatres
   i)   Permanent                        4               23
  ii)   Temporary                        6               32
        Total                           10               55
 (y)    Regulated Markets                5               16

 (z)    Net Savings%                     4               37
                              ***




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                         CHAPTER – VI (a)

     SALIENT FEATURES OF MANDYA DISTRICT
1.     Location:- Mandya comes under the group of districts known as the
maidan (plain) districts and is situated in the southern part of the Karnataka
State and to the North of Mysore district of which it once formed a part.
The district lies between 76 to 19 and 77 20 East longitude and 1213
and 1314 North latitude.

2. Area:- Mandya district occupies the 18th place in the State in respect of
   area with 4961 Sq.Kms., constituting 2.59% of the total area of the
   State.

3. Boundaries:- It is bounded on the North by Hassan and Tumkur
   districts, on the East by Tumkur and Bangalore districts, on the South by
   Mysore district and on the West by Hassan and Mysore districts.

4. Administrative set up:- Mandya district comprises of 7 taluks viz., K.R
   Pet, Maddur, Malavalli, Mandya, Nagamangala, S.R Patna and
   Pandavapura. This district was created on 1.7.1939 by bi-furcating
   Mysore district and Mandya town as Headquarters. There are two sub-
   divisions. Mandya Sub-division consists of Mandya, Maddur and
   Malavalli taluks while Pandavapura sub-division consists of K.R Pet,
   Nagamangala, Pandavapura and Srirangapatna taluks. Incidentally,
   these two sub-divisions have been adopted without any change by the
   District Industries Centre (DIC) for the purpose of administering
   industrial promotion/development work. From 1.4.1987 the general
   administration of the district including industrial development at the
   apex is being looked after by the Zilla parishad, which is an elected
   body. The President of the Parishad has been accorded the status of a
   Cabinet Minister of the State. The Zilla Parishad has a Secretariat
   headed by Senior Govt. Official belonging to IAS designated as Chief
   Secretary of the Zilla Parishad. Down below, there are various district
   level officers of the State Government to perform/execute the various
   regulatory/development functions assigned to them. The DIC is one
   such district level office headed by an official of the State Government
   designated as Joint Director with whom a number of functional
   Managers and Asstt. Directors work for the promotion and development
   of industrial and commercial enterprises in the district.

5. Physical features:- Except for a small but distinct ridge like jail range
   on the south eastern edge of the district, the whole of Mandya district is
   a plateau of heights ranging between 2500 to 3000 feet above sea level.


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6. Climate and rainfall:-The district experiences 4 seasons in a year viz.,
   (a) Dry winter season from December to February when there will be
   bright but mild sunny weather (b) Hot summer season from March to
   May (c) south west monsoon season from June to September and (d)
   post monsoon season during October and November months of the year.
   The normal average rainfall of the district has been found to be 63.0
   mm per year. Though the district receives rain intermittently from April
   to November the downpour is most intensive during October.

7. Soil :- The soil in the district is not known for its original fertile quality.
   Its water holding quality is low because of its highly bleached red sandy
   loam interspersed with some red clay loams. This poor quality of the
   soil is however made good to some extent by a well planned irrigation
   system which ensures perennial water supply to agronomic activities.

8. Rivers and streams network:- There is a good network of rivers and
   streams in Mandya district which ensures perennial water supply for the
   perpetual sustenance of living beings in the district. There are 5 rivers
   flowing through the district viz., Cauavery, Hemavathi, Lokapavani,
   Shimsha and Veervasihavani and six streams viz. Nidasaletore, Hebbala,
   bhima, Handihalla, Amruthur and Bingenahalli. A notable feature of this
   water spread is its contribution to the generation of electric power at
   Shivanasumudra, besides enabling a long irrigation canal system
   through the district.

9. Cropping pattern:- The main food crops grown in the district are ragi,
   paddy and Maize. The important commercial crops cultivated are
   sugarcane, coconut and arecanut. Groundnut, Sunflower, castor,
   seasamum and neizer are the important oil seeds grown in the district.
   Horse gram, black gram, green gram, tur, avare and Bengal gram are the
   chief varieties of pulses grown in the district.

   Paddy is grown in all the taluks of the district. However, the principal
   paddy growing taluks are Mandya, K.R.Pet, Malavali, SR Patna and
   Maddur. Ragi is grown in Nagamengala, K.R.Pet, Maddur and Malavalli
   taluks, while jowar is grown in Pandavapura, SR patna taluks. Minor
   millets are grown in Nagamangala, Mandya and Malavalli taluks. Pulses
   are grown in K.R.Pet Nangamangala and Pandavapura while sugarcane
   is grown in abundance in Mandya, Maddur and K.R Pet taluks, while a
   large chunk of coconuts are grown in these taluks. Area and production
   of various crops grown in the district during 2004-05are furnished
   below:-




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          Production of various crops grown in the district during
                                  2004-05
    S.No. Name of the Crop Area                in Prodn. in tonnes
                                Hectares
       (a) Paddy                           91885              305847
       (b) Ragi                            66654              116519
       (c) Jowar                            1278                1917
       (d) Maize                            4116               14406
       (e) Tur                              1245                 614
       (f) Gram                                49                 20
       (g) Sugarcane                       28233            3670290
       (h) Oil Seeds                       21659               15757
                (Source:- District at a glance 2004-2005)

The production of crops like sugar cane, pulses, oilseeds, cereals and
coconut have increased substantially during the last decade. This has paved
way for comfortable food stock position in the district. This is mainly due to
availability of Cauvery water from the Krishanarajasagar dam. With more
and more of area under cultivation being on the increase ever year the food
stock position will also improve.

10. Income of the district:- According to a provisional computation made
    by the Bureau of Economics and Statistics, Govt. of Karnataka the net
    domestic product i.e. the net income at constant prices (1993-94) of
    Mandya district during 2002-03, the income data was Rs.155857 lakhs.
    The contribution of agriculture was Rs. 51859 lakhs (33.27%). As
    against this the contribution of manufacturing sector was 14902 lakhs
    (9.56%). The involvement of other sectors are furnished in the table
    below

 NET INCOME OF MANDYA DISTRICT AT CONTANT LPROCES
                                (1993-94)
 Sl.No.              Sector               Rs. In Lakhs % of the
                                                        Total
    (a) Agriculture                              51859       33.27
    (b) Forestry and logging                      3571        2.29
    (c) Fishing                                    541        0.35
    (d) Mining and Quarrying                        12        0.01
(e)     Manufacture (a) Registered                6859        4.40
                      (b) Un-registered           8043        5.16
(f)     Construction                             15735       10.10
(g)     Electricity, Gas and Water                1321        0.85
        supply



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(h)       Railways                                  965            0.62
(I)       Transport by other means                 1867            1.20
(j)       Storage                                    63            0.04
(k)       Communication                            7660            4.91
(l)       Trade, Hotels and Restaurants           18582           11.92
(m)       Banking & Insurance                      6009            3.86
(n)       Real Estate etc.                        12678            8.13
(o)       Public Admn.                             4036            2.59
(p)       Other services                          16056           10.30
          Total                                  155857          100.00

      (Source: Bureau of Economics & Statistics, Govt. of Karnataka)




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(b) SALIENT FEATURES OF THE TALUK
The name of Maddur goes with Sugar. Presently there are two sugar
factories in the taluk. Maddur taluk is predominantly agriculture based
taluk. It is the 4th largest taluk in Mandya District.

1. LOCATION Maddur taluk is surrounded by Nagamangala, Mandya,
Malavalli, Bangalore rural district.

2. ADMINISTRATIVE SET UP OF INDUSTRIES DEPARTMENT
Maddur taluk is coming in Mandya Sub division. In taluks Industrial
Extension Officers /Industrial Promotion Officers are there to look after the
development of Industries. They are working in Taluk Panchayat Office. In
addition to this, Deputy Director, Khadi and Village Industries under Rural
Industries Department will be there in the district, who will also look after
the development of Industries

3. PHYSICAL FEATURES
Major portion of the taluk is a plateau of height ranging between 750 and
900 meters above the mean sea level.

4.ClLIMATE AND RAINFALL
The taluk experiences 4 seasons in a year viz.,

    Dry winter season from December to February when there will be
     bright but mild sunny weather.
    Hot/Summer season from March to May
    South west monsoon season from June to September, and
    Post monsoon season during October and November

The normal average rainfall of the taluk is 706.1 mm. Though the taluk
receives rain intermittently from April to November, the downpour is most
intensive during October.

5.SOIL

The soil in the taluk is bleached red sandy loam variety interspersed with
some red clay loam. The soil is not known for its original fertile quality and
its water holding quality is poor. This poor quality of the soil is however
made good to some extent by irrigation system, which ensures perennial
water supply to agricultural activities
7.RIVERS

Rivers viz.Veeravyshnavi and Shimsha are flowing in the taluk. Canals of
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8.CROPS

Taluk is mostly irrigated. Both Kharif & Rabi crops are grown in the taluk.
The main crops grown in the taluk are paddy,ragi, sugarcane, vegetables,
fruits and coconut.

9. COMMERICAL ACTIVITIES
The taluk has highest sales of tender coconut and tender coconut auction
takes place regularly in APMC Yard, Maddur.

10.TOURIST/ATTRACTION

Transport facilities are available to visit the tourist places. Boarding and
lodging facilities are also available

The following are the tourist places of the taluk.
Ugra Narasimha      This temple is in Maddur town. It is a Hoysala temple
Temple
Varadharaja         This temple was constructed by Cholas
Temple
Bird Sanctuary      This is located in Kokkare Bellur village,which is
                    13Kms away from Maddur Birds are coming from
                    Australia,Africa,& Europe. Sanctuary has got
                    international reputation
Satyagraha          It is there in Shivapura village which is 3 Kms away
Soudha              from Maddur town This was constructed in April 1938
                    to commemorate the inauguration of Mysore congress
                    which was fighting for Indian Independence. It is there
                    in Bangalore -Mysore Express highway
Kalabhyraveswara This temple is there in chikkarasinakere village which
temple              is about 3Kms from Maddur. This belongs to Hoysalas
                    time.
Vydyanatheswara It is there in Vydyanathapura village which is 3 Kms
Devalaya            away from Maddur town. This temple belongs to
                    Hoysala regime. During Karthika masa a special jatra
                    will be conducted
Athma               It is there in Hunamantha nagar which is about 10 Kms
Lingeshwara         away from Maddur town.
temple
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                           CHAPTER – VII

             RESOURCE BASE OF THE TALUK
An analysis of resources available in the taluk is essential in the preparation
of Industrial Development Perspective Plan. Proper utilization of this
potential wealth can promote industrial development, better utilization of
agricultural produce and provides employment to the local people.

7 (a) HUMAN RESOURCES

As per 2001 census the total population of the taluk was 290783. Male
population was 146707, which accounts to 50.45% while the female
population was144076, which accounts to 49.55% of the total population of
the taluk. Out of the above 26521 persons i.e. 9.12% live in urban areas,
while 264262 persons i.e. 90.88% live in rural area. Among the taluks of
Mandya district, Maddur taluk has the second highest population. The
density of population in the taluk is 471 persons per Sq.kms, which is more
than the district average of 356 persons per Sq.kms.

 Details Regarding Human Resources can be seen from the following table
as of 2004-05

 Sl.No.    Particulars                                            (In numbers)
   i.      Population                                                   290783
           Male                                                         146707
           Fe-male                                                      144076
   ii.     Workers                                                      107372
  iii.     Part-time Workers                                             33310
  iv.      Density per Sq.Kms.                                             471

                    (Source: Mandya District at a Glance 2004-05)

Educational Background

Literacy is one of the parameters to measure the level of entrepreneurship.
As per the 2001 census the total number of literates in the taluk was
153676, which roughly works out to 59.5%% of the taluk population.
There are 89189 i.e. 68.8 % male literates and 64487 i.e. 50.1% female
literates

Details regarding Education Institutions can be seen from the following
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                                                                 (In Numbers)
       i.      Primary              Schools                                           252
                                    Students                                        34857

      ii.      High                  Schools                                           43
                                     Students                                       14437
     iii.      Pre-University          Colleges                                        17
                                       Students                                      4504
      iv.      Degree                  Colleges                                         4
                                       Students                                      2088
                   (Source: Mandya District At a Glance 2004-20005)

    Since good number of educated and qualified persons are available in the
    taluk, there is scope for Desktop publishing, General engineering industries,
    food processing industries, agro-based industries and various types of
    repairs & services etc.

    7. (b) MATERIAL RESOURCES

    7.1 Land Holdings: There are 82198 land holdings in the taluk. Following
    table indicates the category of land holdings of the farmers in Maddur taluk
    during 2004-2005

            Category wise land holdings of farmers in Mandya taluk
S.No         Category                    Number Area in % to total
                                         of          Hectares
                                         holdings
1            Less than 1 Hectare             68644       22954     83.51
             (medium)
2            1-2 Hectares (small)             9610       12892     11.69
3            2-4 Hectares(Semi medium)        3352        8766      4.08

4            4-10 Hectares(medium)             555        3031               0.68
5            10       hectares     and          37         554               0.04
             above(Large)
6            Total                          82198       42797              100.00
                    (Source: Mandya district at a Glance)

    It can be seen from the above table that the majority of the farmers are
    owing less tan 1 hector of and which is followed by farmers owning 1-2
    hectares. Small land holdings may come in the way of mechanization in the
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7.2.1 Water resources & Irrigation facilities

The irrigation facilities in the taluk are dominated by canals, tanks, wells &
bore wells. Maddur taluk is irrigated to the extent of 51.7 % of the total
sown area. Out of which 75.67% is irrigated by canals.

The existing irrigation facilities of the taluk can be seen from the following
table as of 2004-05



     Sl.No.    Particulars            (Area in        % of irrigation
                                     Hectares)          from source
       i.      Canals                        18453                75..67
      ii.      Tanks                          2805                11.50
     iii.      Wells                          2135                  8.75
     iv.       Bore wells                      461                  1.89
      v.       Other sources                   533                  2.19
               Total                         24387               100.00
                (Source: Mandya District at a Glance 2004-05)

7.2.2 Pump Sets
     769 pump sets are energized in the taluk

7.3 Agriculture Resources

Agriculture is one of the main and important activity in the taluk and it is
the back bone of the taluk. It is dependent on canal irrigation, rainfall, well
and tank irrigation.

7.3.1 Food crops

The major food crops grown are Paddy, Ragi, and Maize. Food crops are
being grown in 27299 hectares of land of which main crop is paddy.

The following Table shows the food crops grown area wise and quantity
wise as of 2004-05.

      Sl.No.       Names of Crops                (Area in        (Quantity in
                                                Hectares)             MTs.)

i                Paddy                              16678                5514
ii               Ragi                               10539               18423


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   iii           Maize                               82                287
                 Total                            27299              24224
                (Source: Mandya District At a Glance 2004-05)

Based on these resources there is scope for promoting industries like Huller
& Flour mills, Vermicelli, Biogas briquetting, Starch etc.

7.3.2. Pulses

Pulses are being grown in 4247 hectares of land. The following Table
shows the pulses grown in the taluk area wise as of 2004-05.

  Sl.No.                 Names of Crops                (Area in Hectares)
    i.           Tur                                                 142
   ii.           Others                                             4105
                 Total                                              4247
                (Source: Mandya District At a Glance 2004-05)

As the production of other pulses are more, Bakery items can be prepared.
As such, Bakery Industries can come up

7.3.3 Commercial crops

The major commercial crops are sugarcane, sericulture, groundnut and to a
lesser extent sun flower.     Commercial crops are being grown in
8090Hectares of land of which main crop is Sugarcane with total
production capacity of 804919 MTs.

The following Table shows the commercial crops grown area wise &
quantity wise as of 2004-05.

 Sl.No.           Names of Crops          (Area in Hectares)
                                                          (Quantity in
                                                               MTs.)
     i      Sugar cane                           6181         803530
    ii      Oil seeds                            1909            1389
            Total                                8090         804919
             (Source: Mandya District At a Glance 2004-05)


Based on these resources there is scope for promoting industries like
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7. (b)4 HORTICULTURAL RESOURCES

7 (b)4.1 Fruits
The major fruits grown are Mango, Banana, Papaya, Sapota and others. Fruits are
being grown in 1186 Hectares of land. The following Table shows the fruits
grown area wise as of 2003-04.

   Sl.No.                  Names of Crops              (Area in Hectares)
      1        Mango                                                 726
      2        Banana                                                194
      3        Guava                                                    4
      4        Sapota                                                107
      5        Jack                                                   20
      6        Papaya                                                130
      7        Pomegranate                                              1
      8        Citrus fruits                                            3
      9        Musk melon                                             10
                      (Source: Horticulture Department, Mandya)

Based on these resources there is scope for industries like Banana chips,
Mango juice and other fruit processing etc.

7. (b) 4.2 Vegetables

The major vegetables grown are Tomato, Gourd varieties, Cucumber,
Brinjal, Ladies finger, Leafy vegetables and others. Vegetables are being
grown in 671 hectares of land. Details can be seen in the following table as
of 2003-04.
   Sl.No.                 Names of Crops                      (Area in Hectares)

      1        Tomato                                                              54
      2        Pumpkin                                                             20
      3        Brinjal                                                             47
      4        Gourd varieties                                                    228
      5        Cucumber                                                            65
      6        Khol crops                                                          10
      7        Ladies finger                                                       37
      8        Beans                                                               16
      9        Radish                                                              19
     10        Leafy vegetables                                                    98
     11        Capsicum                                                             6
     12        Watermelon                                                          30
     13        Onion                                                               21
                (Source: Horticulture Department, Mandya)



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Based on these resources there is scope for industries like Tomato
ketchup/sauce, Vegetable processing, and exports.

7. (b)4.3 Plantation

The major plantation crops grown are coconut and to some extent arecanut.
Plantation crops are being grown in 5840 hectares of land.

The following Table shows the plantation crops grown in the taluk, area
wise as of 2003-04.

  Sl.No.                 Names of crops            (Area in Hectares)
     1        Coconut                                           5750
     2        Arecanut                                            66
     3        Betelvine                                           10
     4        Coco                                                10
     5        Oil palm                                              4
              (Source: Horticulture Department, Mandya)

Based on these resources there is scope for industries like Coir defibering,
Coir curling, Coir products, Tender coconut packing, Desiccated coconut
powder etc.

7(b).5 Sericulture resources

Sericulture is also an important occupation of the agriculturists in the taluk.
Total area of 3376.33 hectares is covered under mulberry cultivation.

The details about Mulberry cultivation, Chawki rearing centers and Cocoon
production can be seen in the following table as of 2004-05.

 Sl.    Particulars                                               In numbers
 No.
  1     Mulberry cultivation (Hectares)                                           3377
  2     Cocoon production in (MTs )                                               2950
  3     Charaka units                                                               47
              (Source: Sericulture Department, Mandya)

There is scope for silk reeling and silk twisting.

7.(b)6 Forest Resources

The taluk has forest area of 20 hectares, which is associated with the rocky
hills. The taluk is yielding minor forest produce. The forest department has
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the degraded forest and also preserve the ecology and environment of the
taluk.
Based on the available resources a few wooden furniture and cane units can
come up

7. (b)7 Animal Husbandry Resources

The major live stock resources are Sheeps, Cows, Buffaloes, Goats, Poultry
and others. Total 289203 live stocks are available in the taluk.

The following table shows the availability of live stock resources in the
taluk as of 2003 Animal Census.

 Sl.No.    Animals                                   (In Numbers)
   i.      Local Cows                                       29587
           H.B Cows                                         18672
   ii.     Buffaloes                                        28313
 iii.      Sheeps                                           62127
  iv.      Goats                                            32951
   v.      Pigs                                              2343
  vi.      Dogs                                             12018
 vii.      Poultry                                         103103
viii.      Others                                              89
  ix.      Total                                           289203
            (Source: Deptt. Of Animal Husbandry, Mandya)

Based on these resources there is scope for demand based industries like
Milk processing, Milk products, Mutton slaughtering, Bone mills, Meat
products, Skin products, Wool processing,.

7. ( b)8 Fisheries

1110 tonnes of fishes are grown in the taluk per year. Cirrhinamrugal,
Labeo, Rohu, Catla, Silver carp, Grass crap varieties of fishes are available.

Cold storage can be built up and fish processing industries can be set up


7 (b) 9 Mineral Resources

The taluk has small pockets of Building stone, which are useful for
buildings. Other mineral resources are not of significant quantity.




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The details can be seen in the following table as of 2004-05.

                                                        (In Tonnes)
 .No.        Type of Mineral                         Quantity mined
   1     Building stone                                        53670
      (Source: Mines & Geological Deptt., Mineral Wing, Mandya)

There is scope for jelly quarrying and crushing units, table moulded bricks.



                                  ***




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                          CHAPTER – VIII

      EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES

  A- PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

   8.1 POWER

The electric power is the life-line of domestic, agriculture and industry in
modern times. The power infrastructure available in the taluk is as below: -

All the 160 villages in the taluk are provided with power connection.
Shortage of power is felt during summer seasons.

   Categorywise no. of electric connections provided in taluk as on
                               31.3.2005

 S.NO.        Category                              No. of Connections
     a)       Domestic connections                  53587
     b)       Industrial                            4359
     c)       Others                                856
     d)       Pumpsets                              7697
            (Source: Executive Engineer, C.E.S.C Mandya)

    There are 5 Power Receiving Stations in taluk. They are Maddur 2 x
      8 MVA capacity, Koppa – 2 x 8 MVA capacity, Dundanahalli 2 x
      6.3 MVA capacity, K.M doddi 1 x 6.3 MVA capacity and
      K.honnalagere 2 x 8 MVA capacity.
   .
   The taluk has several power sub-stations to maintain the voltage and to
   reduce the power problems.

Future plans

Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation. Ltd. (CESCL) has
proposed to have the following future plans in the next five years to
improve the power position of the taluk.

New receiving station is proposed at Besagarahalli




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8.2 Water for Industrial Use:

Plenty of water is available in the taluk as the canals of Cauvery river
projects are there in the taluk.

8.3 Transport -Roads

The taluk is having good road infrastructure. All the towns of the taluk are
well connected to the taluk headquarter and also the towns are well
connected to the neighbouring taluks.

Major roads in the taluk are: -

      Bangalore-Maddur-Malavalli Road
      Bangalore-Ooty road (via Maddur, Mandya, S.R Patna)
      Maddur -Nagamangala road
      And other major roads

   The following table indicates the types and number of vehicles existing
   in the Taluk.

    Sl.No.        Types of vehicles              No. of vehicles
       a)         Motor cycles                                             6408
       b)         Motor cars                                                246
       c)         Jeeps                                                      18
       d)         Auto rickshaws                                            246
       e)         Goods vehicles                                            352
       f)         Buses                                                      28
       g)         Maxi cabs                                                  42
       h)         Tractor/trailer                                           836
       i)         Miscellaneous                                             148
       j)         Total                                                    8354
                  (RTO office, Mandya)

   8.4 Railways

The taluk is having only 14 Kms., of Broad-gauge railway line connecting
Bangalore & Mysore and also to various parts of the country. It has only 2
stations. The railway line is to be made two track and electrification is to be
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8.5 Ports/Airports

There are no Ports and Airports. Mysore City is about 55 Kms., away from
Maddur Town, where an Airport is coming up which acts as a catalyst to
Industrial Development of the Taluk. Bangalore Airport is about105 k.m
from Maddur Town. Mangalore is about 495 km from Maddur town, where
a sea port is there

8.6 Tele-Communications

   a) BSNL - 9 Telephone Exchanges and 8106 Land lines are there in the
   taluk. 12592 Mobile lines and 6246 Public call offices are there in the
   entire Mandya district.

   b) Private

   Two spice towers and 4500 mobile lines are there for the entire district.

8.7 INDUSTRIAL AREAS AND SHEDS

8.7.1 KSSIDC SHEDS

The taluk has Industrial Estate at Somanahalli and with adequate
infrastructure facilities. The details can be seen from the following Table:-

                 Kssidc industrial estate at somanahalli
  Sl.No.     Particulars                                       Total
                                                           (In Numbers)
     I       Extent of Industrial Estates(acres)                3.46
    Ii       No. of sheds constructed                             8
   Iii       No. of sheds distributed                             4
    Iv       No. of sheds vacant                                  4
    V        No. of sheds functioning                             2
   Vi        No. of sheds not functioning                         2
   Vii       No. of plots developed:                             13
   Viii      No. of plots allotted        :                       6
    Ix       No. of plots vacant                                  7
    X        No. of Plots in which activities is carried          4
             on
    Xi       No of Plots in which activities is not               2
             carried on




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    Infrastructure facilities available

   i.      Power supply                : KPTCL industrial feeder
   ii.     Water supply                : Municipal
   iii.    Roads                       : All mettled, some asphalted roads
   iv.     Drainage                    : Drainage exists
   v.      Streetlights                : Tube lights
   vi.     Canteen facility            : Available

   8.7.2KIADB Industrial Area

   There is 1 (one) Industrial Area in the taluk and it is Somanahalli industrial
   area, near Maddur The industrial area has adequate basic infrastructure
   facilities. Details regarding the industrial area is as follows:-

           Existing KIADB Industrial Area in Somanahalli Industrial Area

    i.    Area acquired (acres)              : 154
   ii.    Area developed (acres)             :154
 iii.     No. of plots formed                : 74
  iv.     No. of plots allotted              : 70
   v.     Vacant plots                       :4
  vi.     No. of units working               : 30
 vii.     No. of units under construction    :14
viii.     No. of units not implemented        :26
          the scheme

   Infrastructure facilities available

   i.      Power supply                      : 1 x 12.5 MVA station
   ii.     Water supply                      : Bore well
   iii.    Roads                             : All mettled, asphalted roads
   iv.     Drainage                          : Drainage facility is provided
   v.      Streetlights                      : Sodium vapour lamps & tube
                                              lights

   8.7Financial Institutions and Credit Facilities
   The taluk is having good financial institution network. There are nearly
   281 lending institutions available in the taluk. The number of branches of
   credit institutions functioning in the taluk is Commercial banks 15
   branches, RRB 6 branches. DCCB 7 branches, PCARDB 1 branch, 52
   agricultural lending societies, 65 other co-operative societies.




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                   Details of all the lending institutions
  Sl.No.     Financial Institution                                   Mandya
     1.      Commercial Banks                                            15
     2.      Rural banks                                                  6
     3.      Co-operative banks                                           7
     4.      PCARDB banks                                                 1
     5.      Agri. Lending Societies                                     52
     6.      Milk Co-operative Societies                                135
     7.      Other Co-operative Societies                                65
             Total                                                      281
                (Source: Mandya District At a Glance 2004-05)

Vijaya Bank is the Lead Bank of the District. The details of the banks and
other financial institutions can be seen from the following table.

                      (b) List of banks in the taluk
 Sl.No.    Name of the Bank                          No. of Branches
    1.     KSCARD Bank                                       1
    2.     MDCC Bank                                         6
    3.     State Bank of India                               1
    4.     State Bank of Mysore                              2
    5.     Syndicate Bank                                    2
    6.     Vysya Bank                                       10
    7.     VGB                                               6
           Total                                            28
               (Source: Vijaya Bank, Mandya (Lead Bank)

8.8.1 Karnataka State Financial Corporation:

  It is a regional industrial Bank set up by the Govt. of Karnataka to provide
financial assistance to small scale and medium industries. KSFC has one
branch in the district and it is located at Mandya Town.

       Total loan sanctioned by KSFC to SSI Sector in the Taluk

S.No           Year            Number         Amount (Rs. In lakhs)
1              2004-05         11             108.48

8.8.2 Agriculture finance:
 The agriculturists in the Maddur taluk are getting their financial
requirement through Primary Land Development Bank and Agriculture
Cooperative Bank. At present there is 1 urban cooperative bank with a
deposit of 208.13 lakhs. They have lent Rs. 303.79 lakhs as on 31.3.2005.
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tune of Rs. 160. 82lakhs. There is 1 Primary Land Development Bank and it
has given a loan of Rs 15.74 lakhs, In addition, there are 52 Agriculture
Credit cooperatives Societies functioning in the taluk. All these banks and
Societies are providing agriculture finance to farmers in the taluk to meet
their credit requirements used for irrigating agriculture land as well as
drinking water.

8.9 Handloom and Textiles Department:

There are about 10 Handlooms are there with a capital investment of
Rs.1.00 lakhs and giving employment to 20 persons in the Taluk

8.10.1 KHADI & VILLAGE INDUSTRIES BOARD (KVIB)

The Board is advancing loans to small scale cottage industries. It is also
giving subsidies to start small scale cottage industries. It has financed
finances to Jaggery making units, silk industry, handmade paper, carpentry
and black smithy, village pottery, Agarbathi , non-edible oils, cereals
processing, wool burnt lime, aluminum etc. Under this scheme, the Board
has advanced Rs.11630470 loan and Rs.375450 subsidy to 204 industries.

   The following able gives the details: -

                                             Amount in Rupees
   Sl.No.       Name of Industry             Units        Loan     Grants
                                             (Nos)          (In       (In
                                                       Rupees)    Rupees)
      1     Carpentry & Blacksmith            19       1576920      65380
      2     Service enterprises                6         61150         ---
      3     Pottery                           31        613850      32750
      4     Textiles                          11        115480      16020
      5     Cereal processor                  23        513285       6300
      6     Agarbathis                         8       3654760      12840
      7     Skin                              14         60550      44650
      8     Cane & Bamboo                      8        169525      24275
      9     Jaggery                           22        460285       1310
     10     Neera & Panebella                  8         10520       9480
     11     Oil                               10        255435       5585
     12     Non-edible oil, Soaps              2        143000      16000
     13     Copper & Brass                     1          9000         ---
     14     Trading enterprises                1         55000         ---
     15     Silk                              15       4765630     107500
     16     PCBI                               1        100000         ---
     17     Fruit processing                   2         42000        100



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     18    Hand made paper                     7         728000           ---
     19    Lime                               9           362500        1500
     20    Aluminum                           1            24400          ---
     21    Coir                               1             9880       11560
     22    Wool                               2           951900       19900
     23    Electronics                        1            15000           --
     24    Gobar Gas                          1             1800         300
           Total                             204        11630470      375450
                             (Source: KVIB, Mandya)

   8.10.2 Group Bank loan scheme

   This scheme is there from 1.4.1995. Under this scheme, the Board has
   distributed Rs.13063100 loan and margin money of Rs.4679925 to 44
   industries.

   The details are as follows: -
                                                               (In Rupees)
   Name of the industry           No. of             Loan           Margin
                                Industries     (In Rupees)           money
                               (In number)                     (In Rupees)
   Agarbathi                               4        3,95,550      1,49, 950
   Jaggery mfg.                           16       35,84,200     12,99,725
   Pottery                                 4       18,30,790       7,13,150
   Handmade paper                          2        4,35,500       1,67,500
   Cane & Bamboo                           2        2,09,350         80,550
   PCPI                                 99    53,95,210            17,44,350
   Service Industries                    4      1,24,900              47,000
   Rural oils                            1      3,18,500            1,22,500
   Stone powder                          1      6,43,000            2,97,000
   Skin                                  1      1,26,100              58,200
   Total                                44 1,30,63,100             46,79,925
                         (Source: KVIB, Mandya)

8.10.3 Rural Employment Generation Programme (REGP)

   Under this scheme Rs. 785090/- loan has been sanctioned from various
   banks to 7industries and Rs.239727/- has been released as margin
   money from 2000-01 to 2004-05.

8.11 Agriculture Marketing

The agriculture produces grown in the area are generally brought to the
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taluk, five regulated markets are there. The important commodities brought
to these markets are paddy, ragi, ground nut, sun flower, coconut etc.

8.12 Educational facilities

Various Educational Institutions are located in the Taluk. The details can
be seen from the following Table.
                                                             In numbers
 Sl.No. Particulars                                                      Maddur
   a)      Primary            Schools                                        252
                              Students                                     34857
   b)      High               Schools                                         43
                              Students                                     14437
   c)      Pre-University Colleges                                            17
                              Students                                      4504
   d)      Degree            Colleges                                          4
                              Students                                      2088
             (Source: Mandya District at a Glance 2004-05)

8.13 Container Freight Stations/Inland Container Depots.

There are no container freight stations/Inland Container Depots., in the
taluk.

8.14 Housing

Land, Labour, Building stones and Water are available for construction
activity in the taluk.

8.15 Internet – BSNL:

There are 365 Internet connections in Mandya district.

8.16 Health & Family Welfare

The taluk is having 1 Allopathic & 1 Indian System of Medicine Hospitals,
2 Private Nursing Homes & Hospitals and 12 Primary Health Centers with
5 PHCs. 2 Family Planning Centers and 1 Community Health Centre and 66
Sub-centers located all over the taluk providing good health care facilities.
There are 44 Medical shops in the taluk.

8.17 Security

The taluk is having 5 General Police stations. The security in the taluk is
well maintained.


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The taluk is having 1 Fire Station with 2 water tankers.

8.18 Recreation

The taluk is having 10 theatres of which 4 are permanent. The taluk is
having good recreation facilities to all class and to all age of people. The
taluk is having good Indoor as well as Out door sports facilities. The taluk
is having very good spots, which can be utilized to the fullest extent in the
weekends.

B. Social Infrastructure

 Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurship is an important factor which
promotes industrial development in a particular area. Though Maddur is
located contiguous 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 identifications of suitable products lines
and organization of land, labour and capital required for establishing
industrial enterprises. There is, therefore, 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. For this purpose it is necessary to conduct Motivation Campaigns,
MDPS, SDPS, Entrepreneurship Development Programmes, Seminars,
Exhibition, Workshops, Clinics etc., in the taluk. These programmes may
be organized by District Industries Centre, Mandya in association with
CEDOK, SISI, KSFC, Banks, NSIC ,NABARD, etc.


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                           CHAPTER –IX

                EXISTING INDUSTSRIAL BASE
Assessment of the Industrial Base of the Taluk

An analysis of the present industrial base of the taluk will enable us to
understand the extent to which the taluk has developed industrially and the
type of industries that have come up. Maddur taluk is developing
industrially. The economy of the taluk is mainly agrarian. The main
reasons for slow growth has been attributed to lack of entrepreneurship
among the people. The people are reluctant to venture in the industrial
sphere. Another reason for slow progress of the industrial growth in the
taluk is the absence of adequate number of large scale units, which are
capable of creating a sizeable number of ancillary industries.

9.1 (a) Status of Tiny/SSI units in the Taluk

The taluk has made some progress in the small scale sector. 1610 registered
Small Scale are there with a capital investment of 2512.24 lakhs providing
employment to 4736 persons

Table below indicates the year wise growth of small scale industries in
Maddur taluk.

    Year wise growth of SSI Units in the Maddur Taluk

Sl.No    Year                       Number        Of Investment in Emplo
                                    Units            Plant     and yment
                                                     Machinery      Nos.
                                                     (Rs.in lakhs)
  i.     Cumulative Total up to                 1176        1232.03  3100
         2000
  ii.    2000-01                              105       477.55           400
iii.     2001-02                               99       264.14           355
 iv.     2002-03                               75       216.00           301
  v.     2003-04                               76       135.15           246
 vi.     2004-05                               33        62.57           133
vii.     2005-06                               46       124.80           201
         Total                              1610       2512.24          4736
                     (Source: Joint Director, DIC,Mandya)




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                        Growth of SSI units

     4000                                              Number Of Units
     3000
     2000
     1000                                              Investment in
        0
                                                       Plant and

                        2000-01


                                  2002-03


                                            2004-05
                                                       Machinery
                                                       Employment
                                                       Nos.

                           Year wise


 It can be observed from the above table and chart that the industrial growth
was steady during the year 2001.. The liberalization policy has made some
impact on the industrial development after 2002-06

The following are the different types of Small Scale Industries that have
come up during 2001-06 in the taluk

Sl.No       Type of Industry                               No of SSI units
                                                           came up during
                                                           2001-2006
                                                           (In Numbers)
    i.      Food and Beverages                                           30
   ii.      Textiles                                                    124
 iii.       Wood and wood products                                       17
  iv.       Printing and stationary                                      11
   v.       Rubber and plastics                                           1
  vi.       Chemicals                                                     6
 vii.       Glass and Ceramics                                           11
viii.       General Engineering                                          18
  ix.       Electrical and electronics                                   12
   x.       Job work and repairs                                          9
  xi.       Other services                                              169
 xii.       Miscellaneous                                                25
            Total                                                       434




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                      No of SSI units came up during 2001-2006 (In
                                        Numbers)

  180
  160
  140
  120
  100
   80
   60
   40
   20
    0




                                                                                                         Miscellaneous
                           Textiles




                                      Rubber and




                                                                       Engineering
                                      Printing and




                                                                      Electrical and
                                                          Chemicals
                                                                         Glass and




                                                                      Job work and
               Beverages




                                                                           services
                                       Wood and




                                                                         Ceramics
               Food and




                                       stationary




                                                                       electronics


                                                                             Other
                                                                         General
                                        plastics
                                          wood




                                                                         repairs
                                                                       viii.                      xii.
          i.         ii.         iii.   iv.   v.    vi.        vii.            ix.     x.   xi.
                                                   type of Industry


9.1(a) Khadi and Village Industries

There are about 441 khadi and village industries in the taluk with a capital
investment of Rs. 38.98 lakhs providing employment to 1764 persons

9.1(b) Details of Rural Artisans

In the taluk there are 493 Household artisans, mainly concentrating in the
following activities. The following Table gives the details of Artisans.

                Details of rural artisans distributed in various crafts

 Sl.No.            Artisan Craft                                                     Artisan Households
                                                                                           (In Numbers)

     1.            Carpentry                                                                        120
     2.            Goldsmiths and Silversmiths                                                        15
     3.            Pottery                                                                            26
     4.            Tailoring                                                                        220
     5.            Blacksmiths                                                                        95
     6.            Mat weaving                                                                        15
     7.            Stone carving                                                                       2
     8.            Agarbathi                                                                          50
     9.            Laundry                                                                          120


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          10.     Cobbler                                                        75
          11.     Basket makers                                                  25
          12.     Barbers                                                       160
          13.     Masons                                                        120
          14.     Total                                                        1193

     9.2&3 Large, Medium, Multinational and Anchor Industries in the
     Taluk
     There are only 4 major industries in the taluk. Two sugar, one Dry cell and
     one Milk and milk products are there. The details of which are as follows:

                       LARGE AND MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRIES

    Name & Address of the Products               Status        Emplo          Investment
Sl. unit                          manufactures                 yment         (Rs in lakhs)
N                                                              (Nos)
o.
  i BPL(PTI)       Somanahalli Dry Cells         Working        335               8000
    Industrial area, Maddur
    Taluk
 ii Chamundeshwari Sugars Sugar                  Working        450               4043
    Ltd      Barathi      Nagar,
    Maddur Taluk
iii Mandya      District     Co- Milk and milk working          607               359
    operative milk producers products
    union     limited,Gejjagere
    village, Maddur Taluk
iv SCM       Sugars      limited, Sugar      and working        164               9800
    Koppa village, Maddur Electricity
    taluk
                             (Source: DIC progress report 2005-06)

     9.4 Un-Registered Units:

             So far no systematic data is collected on the pattern of unregistered
     units in the taluk/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
     the year 2001-02 there were 13887 (estimated) unregistered units were
     found existing in the district. There is no information on investment and
     employment about these units. Taluk information is not available.
     Discussions with Joint Director, DIC, Mandya revealed that no factual data
     is available on unregistered unit in the Maddur taluk. No attempts have
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informed to the survey team that every efforts have been made to register all
types of industries in the district. The District Industries Center may be
directed to enumerate the unregistered units in the taluk/district for
assessing the total number of industries/ industry related activities.

9.4.1 Major economic activity in the Un-Organised sector

Apart from industry and agriculture, Tailoring, agarabathi rolling Carpenter,
cobbler, Balcksmithy, Laundry, Masons, Coir products, barber, retailing are
considered as economic activities in the 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. Major economic
activities in the unorganized Sector in the taluk are tailoring, barbers,
carpentry, laundry and masons.

Other 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. Maddur taluk is having
good number of professionals like lawyers and doctors who are self-
employed. There are good number of hotels where considerable number of
people are employed, which is also providing gainful employment. It is
needless to say that Maddur taluk is also in no way less in providing large
scale employment to the farm workers since agriculture is the main
livelihood of the population.

9.6 Projects cleared by State SWA

None of the projects are cleared by State Single Window Agency during
2005.

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                           CHAPTER – X

                        SWOT ANALYSIS

10.1   Strengths of the taluk

    Maddur taluk is one of the Agriculturally prosperous taluks in
     Mandya District.
    Maddur is having Broad-gauge Railway line connecting Bangalore
     and Mysore for easy transportation of raw materials and finished
     goods.
    An Airport is coming up in Mysore City which is about 61 Kms.
     away from Maddur Town, acts as a catalyst to boost the industrial
     growth.
    Airports are being constructed in all District Headquarters in a
     phased manner. And since it is only 20 Kms away from Mandya
     town, this will boost the industrial growth of Maddur taluk.
    Fast track Express Highway passing through this taluk will also acts
     as a catalyst to boost the industrial growth of the taluk.
    Construction of Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC)
     project with the creation of 5 Townships also acts as a catalyst to
     boost the industrial growth of the taluk.
    Formation of two track railway line supported by electrification, a
     proposed plan, if materializes acts as a catalyst to boost the taluk
     industrial growth.
    It is proposed to construct Mono rail track in BMIC project. If it
     materializes, it reduces the travel time and will boost the growth of
     industries in the taluk.
    With the existing and upcoming Sugar mills, Chemical,
     Manufacturing units can have raw material from these mills.
    With lot of Bagasse available from sugar factories possibility of Mini
     paper mills may also be explored. With plenty of molasses from
     sugar industries, the taluk has scope for Poultry & Animal feed units.
    Availability of water is good.

10.2   Weakness of the taluk

    Lack of Initiatives and entrepreneurship since Mysore city is about
     60 kms and Bangalore city is about 80 kms away from Maddur town
     and since good number of MNCS & BPO companies came up there,
     educated persons of this taluk are seeking employment either in
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    Unhealthy competition among the same category of industries in the
     taluk has resulted in large number of closed/sick industries such as
     Rice mills & Animal feed units.

10.3   Opportunities in the taluk

    Having good communication network and good education system, IT
     enabled services like Global positioning systems and Video
     conferencing will have good scope.

    Agricultural implements, tractor trailers and supporting General
     engineering industries can be promoted.

    Non-conventional energy sources like Briquetted fuel industries can
     be started with the waste from Rice mills.

    This taluk has agriculturally potential area wherein agricultural
     produces like Paddy, Sugarcane are abundantly available to promote
     agro and food based industries in the taluk. Food and Agro based
     industries like Idly Rava from rice, ragi malt from ragi, canning of
     sugar cane juice from sugar cane and starch from maize etc., have
     scope.

10.4   Threats in the taluk

    Lack of committed labour force & costly labour.

    Recession prevailing in general industries has resulted in poor
     interest for the investment in industrial sector.

    Lack of expertise and technical manpower in Nationalized banks and
     other banks towards financing of the industries is a constraint for the
     promotion of industries. KSFC also requires tune up for better
     approach & professional attitude.

    Unhealthy competition among the industries led to the sickness and
     closure of the industries such as Rice mills, Animal feeds etc.


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                            CHAPTER – XI

     SALIENT FEATURES OF SCHEMES BEING
          IMPLEMENTED BY VARIOUS
   DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES OF STATE/CENTRAL
                   GOVT.
   11.1 CEDOK
As in all the districts one CEDOK official by designation Dy.
Resource Person is working in Mandya. CEDOK conducts EDPs,
EAPs, Women EDPs, EAPs, PMRY EDPs etc.in the district.

  11.2 VIBSETI

  Vijaya Bank and Vijaya Rural Development Foundation have set up
  VIBSETI (Vijaya Bank Self-employment Training Institute) in Mandya
  on the lines of RUDSETI. The Institute organizes residential training
  programmes, Skill development programmes etc., and also assist them
  in securing financial help from banks to set up their own self-employed
  enterprise in the district.

  11.3 KVIC

   KVIC is working in the Ministry of agriculture and Rural Industries ,
  Govt. of India which will look after the development of Khadi and
  village Industries in the Country. It will monitor the work of KVIBs of
  various states. A unit of KVIB is existing in the Mandya town, which is
  headed by Deputy Director, who will look after the development of
  Khadi and village industries in the district.


  11.4 Karnataka state Handloom Development Corporation(KHDC)

  Karnataka State Handloom Development Corporation office is looking
  after the development of Industries in Handloom Sector of the district. It
  established Khadi Bhavans, Khadi Bandars to procure and sell its
  products.




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  11.5 Karnataka Handicrafts Development Corporation(KHDC)

   KHDC will look after the development of Handicrafts Industries in the
  state. Its head office is located in Bangalore. It also established so many
  handicrafts emporiums in the state for the procurement and sale of handi
  crafts products.

  11.6 LIDKAR

  It is an orginasation exclusively looking after the development of
  Leather and Leather related industries in the state

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             MAJOR ANNUAL/SPECIAL EVENTS
Bird Sanctuary
This is located in Kokkare Bellur village,which is about13Kms away from
Maddur Birds are coming from Australia,Africa,& Europe.Sanctuary has
got international reputation

Satyagraha Soudha
It is there in Shivapura village which is 3 Kms away from Maddur town
This was constructed in april 1938 to commemorate the innuraguation of
Mysore congress which was fighting for Indian Independence. It is there in
Bangalore Mysore Express highway

Vydyanatheswara temple is there in Vydyanathapura village, Which is
about 3Kms from Maddur . This temple belongs to Hoysala regime. A
special Jatra will be conducted during Karthika masa of every year
.
Shivaragudda This place is about 12Kms away from Maddur. It is an
educational and working center. This place is very much suitable for active
sports activities.

Arathi pura betta and Koli Raynana betta This place is near Kokkere
Bellur which is 13Kms from Maddur. This place is very much suitable for
active sports activities.

Kalabhyraveswara temple
 This temple is there in chikkarasinakere village which is about
3Kms from Maddur. This belongs to Hoysalas time.




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                                                             ANNEXURE-I




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                        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
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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
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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 equity base of KIADB would be strengthened
     through greater support.

     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].




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     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 competency i.e., Aerospace, Engineering, Automobile,
     Machine-tools, 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.




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     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
     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 the regard .

     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


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     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 within these townships by creating industrial
     infrastructure.

     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.


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     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 policy would be extended in this policy for next five years.

     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.


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     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 & vegerables,
     spices, flower etc. These agro resources would be harnessed to the
     fullest extent to create value chain for farmers, processors &
     Consumers.

     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
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     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.

     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/


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     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 restrospective 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 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




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     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
     additional employment opportunities and provide a minimum 80% of
     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.




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     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      tqs
No


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

1     Mandya       7        -          -              Maddur          -




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                                                               ANNEXURE -B


                Incentives & Concessions for Mega, Large & Medium And Small
                                       Scale Industries

Sl.   Type of Incentives    Mega    Large Small Scale Industries
No                          Indus   &
                            tries   Medi
                                    um
                                    Indus
                                    tries

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

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




3     Exemption of          Zone-1:Full Exemption
      Stamp Duty &          Zone-2:75% exemption
      Reduction of          Zone-3:Nill



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

                             Zone -2:       Zone-3 Nill                          Zone-2:
                             75%                                                 75%
                             exemption                                           exemption
                             subject to a                                        subject to a
                             maximum of                                          maximum
                             25 acres per                                        of 10 acres
                             unit                                                per unit.

                                                                                 Zone-3:
                                                                                 Nill

                             Zone-3:Nill

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


7   Entry Tax & Special      Zone 1&2:
    Entry Tax                (i) ET& Special ET Exemption on “Plants &Machinery and
    Concessions              Capital Goods” for an initial period of 3 years from the date 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


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                        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: Nil
8    Human Resources    (i) Grant of up to 5 acres of Government land will be considered
     Development        along with capital contribution 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 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 industrial/ service
                        establishment.
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 would
     Infrastructure     be created for upgradation of infrastructure facilities in existing


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     Development/             industrial areas/estates and also for maintenance. This fund may
     Common                   also utilized for new industrial areas. Separate guideline would be
     Infrastructure/          issued for utilizing this fund.
     facilities in Notified
     Industrial Clusters
11   Agriculture produce      APMC Cess in respect of direct procurement of agriculture
     Processing               produce for processing from farmers by processing industries is
     Industries-              exempted.
     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



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 18.   Clock and watch Repair shops

 19.   Cassette Recording [Audio & video]

 20.   Cyanide




                            ***




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                                                            ANNEXURE-II (a )

        IMPORTANT ADDRESSES CONTACTED FOR THE
               PREPARATION OF REPORT

Sl. Name of the              Address                        Phone        Fax/Telefax
No Department                                               958232-      958232
.

1   Zilla Panchayat          Chief Executive Officer,       220836       225067
                             Zilla Panchayat, Mandya        224456
                                                            224004
2   Town Planning            Asstt. Director of Town        220340
                             Planning,
                             Dy. Commissioner’s Office
                             Chamber, Mandya
3   Public Works             Executive Engineer             228605       228605
    Department               PWD, M.C Road
                             Mandya
4   Housing                  Asstt. Executive Engineer,     220478
                             Karnataka State Housing
                             Board, 100 Ft. Road,
                             Mandya
5   Corporation/ Municipal   Municipal Commissioner,
    Office                   Town Municipal Council,
                             Maddur                         226748
                                                            224555
6   Agriculture              Joint Director                 223033       223033
                             Agricultural Deptt., DC        221605
                             Office, Mandya                 225073
7   Horticulture             Dy. Director                   225734
                             Horticulture, Mandya           220115
8   Sericulture              Dy. Director of Sericulture,   220796       220796
                             Hebbal, Mandya                              (TF)

9   Fisheries                Senior Asstt. Director of      220745
                             Fisheries, Near DC Office,
                             Mandya
                             Chief Executive Officer,       220327
                             Fish Farmers Development
                             Agency, Near DC Office,
                             Mandya



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10   Mines & Geology         Senior Geologist Ground       220704
                             Water Survey Unit, Ashok
                             Nagar, Mandya.
                             Senior Geologist              221369
                             Mineral Wing, Ganapathi
                             Temple Road, Mandya.
11   Forest                  Dy. Conservator of Forest,    220630        224921
                             KR Road, Mandya.              224035(Res)
12   APMC                    Secretary, APMC, Main         220110
                             road ,Channegowdana
                             doddi, Maddur
13   Irrigation Department   The Asstt. Executive          958232-
                             Engineer, Minor Irrigation,   224931
                             Mandya Sub-division,
                             Mandya.
                             The Executive Engineer,       958232-
                             Cauvery Neeravari Nigam,      225046
                             Visveshwaraiah Canal
                             Division, Mandya.
14   Animal Husbandry        Dy. Director of Animal        220466
                             Husbandry, Taluk Office       220461
                             Compound, Mandya.
15   Dairy Development       Managing Director             274591        274593
                             Manmool, Gejaalagere,         274592
                             Maddur Tq.                    274571
16   Chamundeshwari          Executive Engineer            231104
     Electricity Supply      CESC Ltd., Mandya             224685
     Corpn. Ltd. (CESC)      Division, Main Road,
                             Mandya.
17   KSSIDC                  Branch Manager                221552
                             KSSIDC, Indl. Estate, Main
                             Road, Mandya.
18   KIADB                   Development Officer           95821-        95821-
                             KIADB, Metagalli, KRS         2582014       2582450
                             Road, Mysore-16.
19   Railways                Station Master                224050
                             Mandya.
20   RTO                     Regional Transport Officer,   220031
                             RTO Office, Near DC
                             Office, Mandya.
21   Post & Telegraph        Superintendent Post Master,
                             Head Post Office, V.V
                             Nagar, Mandya.                220534
                                                           224333



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22 Tele-communications     District Telecom Engineer,     223000         224577
(a)                        BSNL Main Road,                228100
                           Mahaveera Circle, Mandya.
                           M/s Tata Tele-services, A-     56781000       56781000
                           Block, Silicon Terraces, No.
(b) PRIVATE                30/1, Hosur Main Road,
                           Koramangala, B’lore-95
                           M/s Hutchicn Essar South       51193000       51193100
                           Ltd., Prestige Blue Chip,
                           Ground Floor, Block-1, No.
                           9, Hosur Road, B’lore-29
                           M/s Bharati Tele-ventures      51218060-61-   51218070
                           Ltd., UASL CMTS, No.55,        62
                           Divyashree Towers,
                           Bannerghatta Road, B’lore-
                           76
                           M/s Spice Telecom, Brigade     9844015718/    2098033
                           Plaza Complex, No.71/1, SC     2098718
                           Road, B’lore-9
                           M/s Videsh Sanchar Nigam,      56629016       56705563
                           C/o TTSL, No.1127, I
                           Cross, Ashoknagar, Mandya
                           M/s Reliance Infocom Ltd.,     30332777       30332898
                           The Estate No.121,
                           Dickenson Road,
                           B’lore-42
23   District Employment   Employment Officer,            220126
     Exchange              District Employment
                           Exchange, Mandya
24   Lead Bank             Lead District Manager, Lead    220513
                           Bank, Vijaya Bank, 100 Ft.
                           Road, Mandya


25   KSFC                  Asstt. General Manager,        225496         225496
                           KSFC, Opp. Carmel              226744
                           Convent, KR Road, Mandya
26   Education             Dy. Director of Pre-           227291
                           University, Municipal PUC,
                           Main Road, Mandya.
                           Dy. Director of Public         224085
                           Instructions, KR Road,
                           Mandya.
27   District Industries   Joint Director, DIC, Opp.      224098         226964
     Centre                Carmel Convent, Mandya.        221358


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28   Handlooms & Textiles    Asstt. Director Handloom &     222366
                             Textiles, Taluk Office
                             Compound, Mandya.
29   KVIB                    District Officer               220717
                             KVIB, Bandigowda Layout,
                             Mandya.
30   Artisans                Dy. Director, Khadi &          221566
                             Village, DIC Bldg.,
                             Mandya.
31   Tourism                 Tourist Officer, Tourism       238377
                             Deptt., PES Engg. College      2421833
                             Road, Mandya.
32   Statistics              Statistical Officer, Dist.     220465
                             Statistical Office, Vidya
                             Nagar, Mandya.
33   Co-operation            Dy. Registrar of Co-           22059
                             operative Societies, Subhash
                             Nagar, Mandya.
34   Chamber of Commerce     Shri I.N Rao, President,       224759
                             Mandya Studio, Jain Street,
                             Mandya.
35   Industry Association    Shri Narayanaswamy/Kumar,
                             Sommanahali Industries
                             Association, Somonahalli
                             Maddur Taluk
36   Karnataka Udyog Mitra   Managing Director,             22266063
     Web:www.kumbangalor     Industries & Commerce
     e.com                   Dept., III Floor, South
     http://www.kumbangalo   Block, Khanija Bhavan,
     re.com                  Race Course Road,
                             Bangalore-1




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                                                    ANNEXURE-II ( b )

             INDUSTRIAL PROMOTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

1.    Small Industries Service Institute Govt. of    Helps and assist entrepreneurs
      India Min. of Small Scale Industries,           in setting up new units,
      Rajajinagar Indl. Estate,                       selection of products, preparing
      Bangalore -560044                               project reports for the selected
      Ph: 23351581-2-3 Fax:23144506                   products.
      web www.sisikarnataka.org                      Information on selection of
                                                      machinery, raw materials and
                                                      personnel.
                                                     Helping      entrepreneurs    in
                                                      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, Near Carmel        A single Window interacting
      Convent, Subash Nagar, Mandya                   agency with the entrepreneurs at
      Ph:224098/221358                                the District level. They are
                                                      implementing agency of Central
                                                      and State Governments various
                                                      schemes and programmes.
                                                     Registration of small scale
                                                      industry is also done at this
                                                      centre.
                                                     PMRY        for     employment
                                                      generation is implemented by
                                                      DIC.
3.    Karnataka State Small Industries               Construction, maintenance and
      Development Corpn. Ltd., (KSSIDC)Indl           management of indl. Estates.
      Estate, Main Road Mandya                       Acquisition of suitable land and
      Ph: 221552                                      allotment to SSIunits in the
                                                      form of developed plots.
                                                     Procurement and supply of
                                                      certain raw material to SSIs.


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4.     Karnataka Industrial Area Development    Acquires land, plots and allots
       Board, (KIADB) Metagalli, K.R.S Road,     to SSI units.
       Mysore-16
       Ph:2582014
5.     Karnataka State Financial Corpn., K R    Provides financial assistance for
       Road, Mandya                              setting up industries.
       Ph:225496/226744
6.     Vijay Bank, Lead Bank                    Lead Bank. Extends financial
       100 ft. Road, Mandya                      assistance for starting industries
       ph:220513                                 and co-ordinates the activities
                                                 of all financial institutions.
7.     National Bank for Agriculture & Rural    Extends financial assistance for
       Development (NABARD), Jeevan Prakash      development        of     Non-farm
       Annexe, 13/1 J.C.Road Bangalore -02       sectors in rural areas.
       Ph.2222,5241,2,3
       Fax: 22222 148
       Web: www.nabard.org.in
8.     Small Industries Development Bank of     Provides financial assistance for
       India, (SIDBI) Khanija Bhavan, East       promotion and development of
       wing, Race course road Bangalore-01       small scale industries through
       Ph.22207179,7225,7,8                      primary lending institutions like
                                                 State Financial Corporations,
                                                 State Industrial Development
                                                 Corporations and banks which
                                                 have a wide net work of
                                                 Branches.
9.     Karnataka State Khadi & village          Provides financial assistance to
       Industries Board, (KVIB) B.M. Road        Khadi, Village and Cottage
       Bandigowda layout Mandya                  industries in the district. Also
       PhNo.220717                               arranges training programmes,
                                                 demonstration      to      needy
                                                 entrepreneurs.



10.    Technical Consultancy Service Orgn.Of    Provides assistance in product
       Karnataka (TECSOK) 4th floor, Basava      selection.
       Bhavan, Basaveshwara Circle,             Preparation of project reports
       Bangalore.560001                          etc.
       Ph 22266134,142,152,186
       Fax 22266138
       web tecsok.com




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11.
       National Small Indutries Corp.Ltd.(NSIC)
       West of Chord Rd. Indl.Town,                Supplies machinery on Hire
       Rajajinagar,                                 purchase basis.
       Bangalore.560044                            Provides marketing assistance
       Ph 23306814                                 Registers SSI units under Stores
       Fax 23307790                                 purchase programme etc.



12.                                                Provides assistance in setting up
       Karnataka State Electronics Development      of Electronic industry
       Corporation, (KEONICS) 29/1 Race            Training      programmes       in
       Course Rd.                                   Electronics Trades.
       Bangalore.560001
       Ph 22262203
       fax 22200165
       web www.keonics.com


13.    Central Food Technological Reaearch         Provides       assistance    in
       Instt.(CFTRI)437/a Hebbal Industrial         establishing     food     based
       Estate Mysore.16                             industries.
       ph 0821-2510349,618/2511903/2514534
       Fax 0821-2510990
       Liaison off: CFTRI,
       NAL Campus, 145, 10th A cross, Airport
       Road, Kodihalli
       Bangalore.560017

14.    Coir Board,                                 Provides assistance in setting up
       No.8,Annexe Building.                        Coir baed industries.
       Cunningham Road,
       Bangalore.560052
       Ph 22268538
       fax 22356724
15.    Central Institute of Plastic Engg.          Renders assistance in setting up
       &Techonology,0437/A, Hebbal Indl. Area       of plastic based industries.
       Mysore 570016.                              Conducts Training Programmes
                                                    in plastic technology.




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16.    CSIR Polytechnology Transfer                Provides technical known-how
       Center, RP Bhavan, 14/3 Nrupatunga           for new products/process.
       Road, Bangalore.58


17.    Bureau of Indian Standards                  Provides assistance in obtaining
       Peenya Indl.Estate, 1st stage, Tumkur        BIS certification mark.
       Road, Bangalore.58
       ph 28395604
       fax 28398841
18.
       Registrar ofTrade Marks,                    Provides      assistance   in
       No.9 Judge Jambulinga Maudaliar Rd.          obtaininig     Trade     Mark
       Mylapore, Chennai. 600004                    Registration.
19.
       Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,      Provides licence under food
       Min. of Agriculture, M.G Complex             products For manufacturing
       APMC Yard Yeshwanthpur Bangalore -22         food products
       Ph 23472924

20.    Central Instt. of Medicinal &Aromatic       Provides    information       on
       plants, Regl.Centre, UAS,GKVK Campus,        manufacturing Essential Oils.
       Hebbal, Bangalore.

21.    Drug Controller,                            Issues license for manufacturing
       Palace Road, Bnagalore.560001                Drugs and Cosmetics.
       Ph 22264760,2846
       Fax 22286492




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