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 Madhya Pradesh
The Road Ahead…
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                                             GDP $785 billion (2005-2006)
                                    Infrastructure GDP (2005-2006) 5% of total GDP
Source: Tata Statistical Outline 2006-07
                Eleventh Plan Objectives



   • Infrastructure expenses to increase from 5%
     of GDP in 2006-2007 to 9% of GDP by the
     end of 11th five year plan (2007-2012), if 9%
     cumulative annual GDP growth rate is to be
     achieved consistently for next five years.




Source: www.Indiabudget.nic.in
               Eleventh Plan Objectives..


  • To achieve 9% cumulative annual GDP growth,
    infrastructure expenses on electricity, railways, roads,
    ports, airports, irrigation, urban & rural water supply is
    estimated at $500 billion in XI five year plan.

  • Estimated expense percentages are as under.
    GOI          State Govts         Private sector
   37.16%          32.76%               30.07%




Source: www.Indiabudget.nic.in
      MP’s compounded annual GDP growth rate
               (2002-03 to 2005-06)



    MP’s GDP 2002-03                             Rs. 76661 cr.
    MP’s GDP 2005-06                             Rs. 1,03,132 cr.

       Overall cumulative annual GDP growth rate of
       Madhya Pradesh is above 10% during last 3
       years.



Source: SL No. 1-32 Directorate of Economics & Statistics of respective State
Governments (as on 25/11/2007).
Source: Tata Statistical Outline 2005-06, Page141
                   Industrial Infrastructure
                             Road ahead…

Current status on SEZ in Madhya Pradesh

•   Formal approvals granted by Board of approvals including -       13
    Green Field SEZ at Pithampur (Indore) already in operation

•   In principle approvals                                       -   05
                                                        Total    -   18

    World class digital auto track & auto cluster at Pithampur


              DMIC infrastructure on the anvil
      (Approximate infrastructure cost $12 - $15 billion)
       Snap shot of Power Sector Reforms

   • Power Sector Reforms commenced in FY 2000

   • Incorporation of six companies on functional basis - operating
      autonomously w.e.f 1st June 2005

   • State Regulatory Commission functioning (with full capacity)
      since 1999 - 6 Tariff orders issued by the Commission

   • 100% metering completed up to 11 kV feeders – Regular Energy
      Audit introduced

   • Cross Subsidy progressively being reduced year on year




Courtesy Energy Dept.
                    Major Achievements
• Installed capacity available for MP: 7782   Installed Capacity of Power in M.P. (M.P.’s share)

  MW (as on September 2007)                    8000


• State Generating Capacity enhanced from      7000
                                               6000

  5188 MW in FY2004 to 7782 MW                 5000
                                               4000
                                               3000

• Ideal Thermal – Hydel mix i.e. 60:40         2000
                                               1000


• Energy input in the State has increased
                                                  0
                                                      2002-03     2003-04   2004-05   2005-06   2006-07   2007-08*


  from 26,438 MUs to 33,432 MUs (26%)                           MP Genco - Thermal
                                                                State Joint Venture
                                                                                      MP Genco - Hydel
                                                                                      Central Sector

  during 2001-02 to 2006-07
• The Peak Demand and Energy Deficit has          Energy Shortages & Peak Deficit in M.P.
  reduced from 22.10% and 13.20% in FY04
  to 9.22% and 8.16% as on date                25.00%      22.10%

• 24X7 power supply made available to the      20.00%
                                                                                       14.50%
  industries                                   15.00%
                                                     13.20%
                                                                                  13.07%
                                                                                                                9.22%
• Transmission Capacity increased by about     10.00%                                                      8.16%


  44% during last 4 years from 4500 MW to      5.00%

  6493 MW                                      0.00%
                                                         FY 04           FY 05        FY 06       FY 07       FY08*
• No. of Consumers – 6.65 million                        Energy Shortage                 Peak Deficit

• AT&C losses reduced by about 15% since
  commencement of reforms
                                                                        Courtesy Energy Dept.
          Policy Initiatives in Power Sector

Policy Initiatives Post Electricity Act, 2003:
• Generation other than for large hydro projects, is de-licensed
• National Electricity Policy, National Tariff Policy & Rural
  Electrification Policy notified
• For rural power development, generation and distribution is de-
  licensed in rural areas
• Sale of power to Third Party allowed
• Power trading and market development are recognized
• Initiation of Ultra Mega Projects in Generation & Transmission
• Competitive bidding for awarding projects
• Open access on transmission and distribution networks
• Strong provisions against theft and malpractice
                                                      Courtesy Energy Dept.
        Policy Initiatives in Power Sector

Policy Initiatives Post Electricity Act, 2003 (contd…):
• Functional unbundling of the integrated state electricity
  boards and setting up of State Electricity Regulatory
  Commission made mandatory by states.
• Progressive Tariff Rationalisation
• Incentives for mega power projects
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic approval route in
  all segments of the industry
• Extension of tax holiday i.e. deduction of 100% of profit for
  10 consecutive years out of 15 years from
  commencement.

                                             Courtesy Energy Dept.
            Key Highlights of GoMP Policies
Non Conventional Energy Policy & Small Hydro Policy:
• Government (non forest) Land use permission @ Rs. 1/- (token) premium
  per year
• The projects will be entitled to get benefits under Industrial Promotion Policy
  2004
• Exemption from Open Access charges; 4% subsidy on wheeling charges
  provided by GoMP
• Captive consumers of such power will be allowed to reduce the contract
  Demand with MP Discoms
• If the site found suitable for wind farm development by a party, the first right
  to develop wind farm will be given to the same party surrounding 5 kM of
  mast.
• Carbon credit related financial benefits would be directly given to the
  investor
• No other Biomass project will be allowed within the radius of 25 kM
• Policy allows banking of generated power in each financial year at minimal
  charges (2%)
                                                             Courtesy Energy Dept.
      Key Progress in MP Power Sector

• Efforts being made by the state to make the State power surplus
  through projects like NHDC, Maheshwar, Sasan Ultra Mega,
  Essar, Jaypee etc in addition to the MPSEB executed projects of
  Birsinghpur Extn, Amarkantak Extn and Marikheda
• Reliance Energy has been awarded the Sasan UMPP project
  through tariff based competitive bidding to ensure cheaper power
  at Rs. 1.19/ kWh. Project would require an investment of about
  USD 3.3 billion.
• Bids have been invited from developers for setting up of 2000 MW
  capacity in the state under Case – I and for 1500 MW Shahpura
  TPS under Case – II of Tariff Based bidding process
• GoMP has signed 11 MoUs (more than 10,000 MW) with the
  developers for setting up thermal generation plants in the state
• 15 Biomass Projects are at various stages of development
  aggregating to a installed capacity of 172 MW by 2010
                                                      Courtesy Energy Dept.
Key Progress in MP Power Sector (contd…)

 • The State has generated 120 MUs of power from 70.39 MW of
   Wind Energy. Installation of Wind Energy Projects in next three
   years is expected to be 380 – 520 MW.


 • The State has signed 4 MoUs with WEG Manufacturer & Power
   Developers for developing 1650 MW of wind energy projects.


 • Efforts are on to convert LT system into HVDS to improve
   efficiencies. During the 11th Plan period capital investment in
   Transmission and Distribution segments planned to be around
   Rs.16000 crs




                                                      Courtesy Energy Dept.
                     The Way Forward

• The natural resources available in M.P such as coal, water, wind power,
  biomass and coal bed methane has the potential to generate 15000 MW
  of power in next 5-10 years.
• Generation Capacity addition during 11th Plan is 8184 MW
• Energy requirement is projected to increase from 39183 Mus. in 2006-07
  to 55142 Mus. in 2011-12* and the energy sales are estimated to grow at
  12%. State has made all arrangements to meet the growing Demand
• Transmission capacity is projected to increase by 57% from present
  capacity of 6500 MW to 8170 MW by 2011-12
• 15987 Ckt Kms of HT lines to be added in next 5 years with 18593 MVA
  capacity
• During the 11th Plan period capital investment in Transmission and
  Distribution segments planned to be around Rs.16000 crs. Massive
  Investment program envisaged for conversion of LT to HT in distribution
  network to reduce losses
• Huge investments are being made through funds from domestic agencies
  like PFC, REC, HUDCO as well as from international agencies like ADB,
  JBIC, etc to enhance network capacities and reduce losses.
                                                      Courtesy Energy Dept.
                  MP: An Investment Destination
Major private players such as Reliance, Essar and Jaypee Group have acknowledged the potential of M.P.
                            and have proposed investment plans in the State.

        Up-Coming Projects In M.P. (Indicative)                   Ultra Mega Project in M.P.
Thermal Power Projects
                                                              The central government is setting up Ultra
Sarni TPS Extn           Betul Dist.              2X250 MW     Mega Power Projects at 10 locations in the
                                                               country.
Malwa TPS,               Purni, Dist. Khandwa     2X500 MW
                                                              Sasan in M.P., a pithead location based on
Essar Group Project,     Mahan coal field at                   domestic coal availability (while other proposed
                                                  1000MW
                         Sidhi-Singrauli fields                plants would be imported fuel based) is
Sasan UMPP               Sidhi                    4000 MW      identified for setting up this project.

Reliance Group           Sidhi                    4000 MW     It is a large project of 4000 MW at a single
                                                               location thereby ensuring economies of scale.
Jaypee Group             Sidhi                    1000 MW
                                                              Project would require an investment of about
Hydel Power Projects                                           USD 3.3 billion.
Omkareshwar HEP          Kargone Dist.            8X65 MW     The project would utilize super critical
                                                               technology to ensure higher efficiency and
Tawa      HEP   (M/s
                                                               lower CO2 emissions
Hindustan     Electro    Hoshangabad              13.5 MW
Graphite)                                                     Reliance Energy has been awarded the project
                                                               through tariff based competitive bidding to
Coal Bed Methane                                               ensure cheaper power at Rs. 1.19/ kWh
Reliance Energy          Shahdol                     -

                                                                                Courtesy Energy Dept.
Non Conventional Energy Projects
Biomass based Power Project 170 MW currently under process




                                               Courtesy Energy Dept.
       Opportunities in MP Power Sector
Small Hydro Projects identified by Water Resource Department for Development




   No.   Details                       District        Capacity
     1   Datia Carrier Canal           Datia           2X2.25 MW
     2   Datia Irrigation Canal        Datia           2X3 MW
     3   Assan Fall Irrigation Canal   Morrena         1X2.7 MW
     4   Kolar SHP                     Sehore          2 MW
     5   Rajghat                       Guna            1X0.6 MW
     6   Mohni Pickup weir             Shivpuri        0.6 MW
     7   Bahadurpur khrar              Khargone        0.25 MW
     8   Nonia                         Seoni           0.25 MW
     9   Ruthai                        Guna            0.15 MW
         Total                                         17.05 MW




                                                         Courtesy Energy Dept.
Opportunities in MP Power Sector (contd…)

      Small Hydro Projects identified by NVDA for Development



      No.   Details                  District       Capacity
        1   Omkareshwar Canal Head   Khadwa         2X2.5 MW
        2   Handia                   Sehore         55 MW
        3   Boras                    Raisen         60 MW
        4   Hoshangabad              Sehore         45 MW
        5   Gopalpur                 Jabalpur       2X12.5 MW
        6   Raghavpur                Dindori        20 MW
        7   Rosra                    Mandla         35 MW
        8   Basania                  Mandla         20 MW
        9   Chinki                   Narasinghpur   45 MW
       10   Sita Rewa                Chhindwara     15 MW
            Total                                   325 MW


                                                       Courtesy Energy Dept.
Opportunities in MP Power Sector (contd…)

        Technical Wind Power Proven Sites: 1200 MW




                                                Courtesy Energy Dept.
     Railway initiatives in Madhya Pradesh

• WORLD CLASS STATION AT BHOPAL WITH ALL STATE OF THE ART
  FACILITIES THROUGH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTENERSHIP FUNDING

• BINA TO BHOPAL THIRD LINE WITH RAILWAY

• BHOPAL TO ITARSI THIRD LINE WITH RAILWAY OR OTHER FUNDING

• JHANSI TO BINA THIRD LINE

• RAIL WAY FLY OVER AT ITARSI AND KATNI

• GAUGE CONVERSION OF GWALIOR-SHEOPUR KALAN

• BHOPAL WORK SHOP MODERNISATION PLAN FOR DEVELOPMENT
  OF WORLD CLASS DESIGN AND REHABILITATION OF PASSENGER
  COACHES TO WORLD STANDARDS

                                               Courtesy Railways
    IMPORTANT ON GOING PROJECTS IN M.P.


• NEW BROAD GAUGE LINES

   RAMGANJ MANDI (RAJ.) TO BHOPAL

   LALITPUR(U.P.) TO   SINGRAULI

   CHHOTA UDAIPUR TO DHAR

   MAHOBA    TO    KHAJURAHO

   ITAWA - BHIND

   DAHOD    TO    INDORE VIA JHABUA & DHAR


                                          Courtesy Railways
    IMPORTANT ON GOING PROJECTS IN M.P.


• GONDIA TO JABALPUR GAUGE CONVERSION

• ELECTRIFICATION OF

        KOTA – BINA
       MAKSI-DEVAS
        UJJAIN-DEVAS-INDORE

• DOUBLING OF (BHOPAL-MAKSI SECTION)

       KALAPIPAL-PHANDA &
       AKODIA-MOHAMMED KHEDA-SUJALPUR


                                       Courtesy Railways
 RAMGANJMANDI – BHOPAL NEW RAIL LINE



SALIENT FEATURES:
• Broad Gauge
• Total length in MP – 170 km (Total length - 270 km)
• Total Cost - 1225.90 Crores
• Districts Covered of MP
      - Rajgarh
      - Sehore
      - Bhopal
• Total no of Stations in MP = 17 ( Total=27)




                                                Courtesy Railways
  CHHOTA UDAIPUR-DHAR NEW RAIL LINE

TYPE               :   BROAD GAUGE

TOTAL LENGTH       :   157 Km

LENGTH IN MP       :   130 Km

TOTAL COST         :   Rs.507 Cr.

YEAR OF SANCTION   :   2007-08

PRESENT STATUS     :   PART ESTIMATE FOR
                       FINAL LOCATION
                       SURVEY SANCTIONED
                                     Courtesy Railways
        DAHOD-INDORE NEW RAIL LINE

GAUGE                :   BROAD-GAUGE

TOTAL LENGTH         :   201 Km

LENGTH IN MP         :   179 Km

TOTAL COST           :   Rs.850 Cr.

YEAR OF SANCTION     :   2007-08

PRESENT STATUS       :   DETAILED ESTIMATE
                         PREPARED & UNDER
                         SANCTION

                                   Courtesy Railways
ELECTRIFICATION OF KOTA – BINA, MAKSI-DEWAS
          & UJJAIN-DEWAS-INDORE

 KOTA - BINA SECTION
   TOTAL LENGTH        =    303KM
   LENGTH IN MP        =    162KM
   TOTAL COST          =    168 Cr
   TARGET              =    2008-09

  UJJAIN-DEWAS-INDORE & DEWAS-MAKSI SECTION
   TOTAL LENGTH         =   115 KM
   LENGTH IN MP         =   115 KM
   TOTAL COST           =   68 Cr.
   TARGET               =   2008-09


                                       Courtesy Railways
SURVEYS : COMPLETED / IN PROGRESS



Preliminary Engineering cum Traffic Surveys:

•   Guna – Ruthiyai Doubling
•   Ramganjmandi – Ujjain New BG Line
•   Bhopal – Itarsi Third Line
•   3rd Line Ratlam to Vadodra




                                        Courtesy Railways
     SURVEYS : COMPLETED / IN PROGRESS

Reconnaissance Surveys:

1.  Jhansi to Sawai Madhopur vir Shivpuri & Sheopur Kalan New
    BG line
2. Bioara(Rajgarh)- Sironj-Bina New BG Line
3. Jabalpur – Panna New BG Line
4. Damoh to Kundalpur New BG Line
5. Rewa-Mirzapur New BG Line
6. Ratlam to Akola incl. Fatehabad – Chandravati ganj – Ujjain
    Gauge Conversion
7. Ratlam to Banswara New B.G. Line
8. Chindwara to Nainpur Gauge Conversion
9. Jhansi to Bina 3rd Line
10. Gwalior to Sheopur Kalan Gauge Conversion and extension up
    to Kota


                                                 Courtesy Railways
           Road Network of MP


    Category               Length in kms.
•   National Highways       4282
•   State Highways          8729
•   Major Distt. Roads     11572
•   Village Roads          48730
                   Total   73311




                                      Courtesy PWD
Budget from 1998-2003 (5 years) Rs. 1973 cr.
     Fund spent on road infrastructure
         FY 2004-FY2008 (5 years)

S.No            Year             Total Outlay (Rs in crores)
                             Budget          BOT            Total
    1          2003-04         879        188.19       1085.19

    2          2004-05         1040       164.22       1204.22
    3          2005-06         1021       376.86       1397.86

    4          2006-07         1367          -         1367.00

    5          2007-08         1837          -         1837.00

Budget 2003 FY-2008FY                                Rs. 6811 cr.

•       Pvt. Participation encouraged (MP Pioneer for BOT Projects)
                                                           Courtesy PWD
                      Projects in hand


S.No     Category          Length under Implementation   Cost Cr.
                                      KMS
 1     BOT                            947                 1778
 2     ADB Loan                       3231                2413
 3     Budgetary                      2361                1152
       Support
 4     National                       1073                 272
       Highways
 6     NABARD                         2550                 900
 7     Other                          2041                 846
                   Total             12203                7361



                                                         Courtesy PWD
     FACILITIES TO CONCESSIONAIRE


• Conducive environment
• Professional approach towards work and Change is
  attitude
• All public utilities to be shifted by the Government coming
  in the right of way and possession to be handed over to
  Concessionaire free from all incumbencies.
• All environmental and statutory clearances to be obtained
  by Government
• Concessionaries to be treated as Business Associates
  and Partners rather than as Contractor.


                                                    Courtesy PWD
     Forthcoming Projects (BOT)


                                           Rs in crores
S.No.      Name of the Project   Length in Km.            Cost

 1      Gwalior-Shivpuri             104                  492

 2      Shivpuri-Guna                 92                  409
 3      Guna-Biaora                   95                  418
 4      Biaora-Dewas                 148                  761
 5      Bhopal Bypass                 52                  242
 6      Indore-Ujjain                 50                  248
        Total                        541                  2570


                                                     Courtesy PWD
             Roads leading to Indore


• Bhopal Indore             Being developed to four lane under
                            BOT Scheme Cost Rs 450 cr.
• Indore Khalghat           Being developed to four lane under
                            BOT Scheme Cost Rs 650 cr.
• Indore Ahmedabad          Feasibility Study by NHAI underway
• Indore Ujjain             Being undertaken to four
                            lane under BOT scheme Cost Rs 250 cr.
• Indore Edelabad           Developed under BOT Scheme
• Indore Ratlam Neemuch     Being developed to four lane under
                            BOT Scheme Cost Rs 1100 cr.
• Ujjain-Jhalawad            Developed under BOT Scheme
• Ujjain-Badnagar Thandla    Developed under BOT/ADB Scheme




                                                       Courtesy PWD
SALIENT FEATURES OF HOUSING POLICY 2007


• SPECIAL TOWNSHIPS

• MINIMUM AREA FOR COLONIES

• HOUSING FOR RENTAL PURPOSE

• PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP – INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
                              & GROUP HOUSING




                               Courtesy Housing & Environment Dept.
SALIENT FEATURES OF HOUSING POLICY 2007


 RESOURCE MOBILISATION TOOLS


• M.P.URBAN INFRA STRUCTURE FUND

• CITY DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL FUND

• DEVELOPMENT BONDS

• EXTERNAL DEVELOPMENT CHARGES


                         Courtesy Housing & Environment Dept.
   Major Cities: On a growth trajectory


                                                      1.6
                                                      Million
                     50
Decadal Population




                     45            1.43
                     40            Million
                                                                                    0.95
   Growth (%)




                     35                                                             Million
                     30                                              0.83
                     25                                              Million
                     20
                     15
                     10
                      5
                      0
                          Bhopal             Indore        Gwalior       Jabalpur



                                                                Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
                 State Response


Putting Cities on Mission Mode
              (JNNURM, UIDSSMT, IHSDP, ADB, DFID)


•   Indore                 -      1379 Cr.
•   Bhopal                 -        930 Cr.
•   Jabalpur               -        600 Cr.
•   Gwalior                -        309 Cr.
•   Ujjain                 -         17 Cr
•   Others                 -        650 Cr.
    Total                  -   Rs. 3885 Cr.




                                   Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
     Challenges and Reappraisal


• Urban Planning

  • Municipal Bodies to be more actively involved in
    planning their Cities.

  • Proposal for regular review of land use.

  • Building by-laws being simplified.

  • Comprehensive Urban Land Policy in offing.

  • Comprehensive Master Plans for Infrastructure
                                Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
           Infrastructure for Cities


•   Water Supply
•   Sanitation
•   Transport and Traffic Management
•   Roads
•   Information Backbone
•   Social Infrastructure
•   Commercial Infrastructure




                             Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
                      The Way Ahead
• Water Supply

   • A vision to provide 24X7 Safe Drinking Water.

   • Un-bundling of water sector planned.

   • State Level Bulk Water Supply Company planned.

   • City Level Water Distribution Company planned.

   • State Level Tariff Regulatory Commission proposed.

   • Water Demand Management Strategy under implementation
     (Metering etc.).

   • Water Tariffs being rationalized.
                                            Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
                     The Way Ahead

• Sanitation and Solid Waste Management

   • State Level Urban Sanitation Mission proposed.

   • Comprehensive City Sanitation Plans being prepared for Bhopal,
     Indore, Jabalpur & Gwalior in 1st phase.

   • Large scale provisions for Public Conveniences, Solid Waste
     Collection, treatment etc.

   • Involvement of Community, Resident Welfare Associations,
     Awareness Campaign.

                                        Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
              The Way Ahead

• Slum Relocation/ Redevelopment

  • 0.12 Million houses being proposed to be
    constructed for Urban Poor, 0.05 Million houses
    already sanctioned.

  • Provision made for allotment of land free of
    cost for slum housing.

  • Commercial Use of reclaimed land after
    relocation of slum, permitted


                                Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
Business Opportunities in Urban Sector



• Water
  • City Level Water Distribution Companies
    proposed.

   • Greenfield Bulk Water Supply Projects proposed.

   • Improved Efficient Water Distribution proposed




                                 Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
 Business Opportunities in Urban Sector

• Solid Waste Management & Sanitation

  • Be partners with Municipal Bodies in waste collection,
    transportation, processing and disposal.

  • More than 50 large waste processing units and landfill
    sites to be developed.

  • Invest in about 1500 Public Conveniences with
    exclusive rights over advertisement revenues.



                                   Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
    Business Opportunities in Urban Sector


• Transport
   • Bus Rapid Transport System, Dedicated Corridors in two
     biggest cities, Indore & Bhopal to be constructed. High
     quality luxurious Metro like buses to be inducted in BRTS
     in PPP mode
   • River Front Development Project envisaged in Indore as a
     part of BRTS Project
   • At least 50 Multi-level Parking Facilities proposed in major
     cities on PPP mode
   • Construction of Flyovers, Foot-over Bridges on PPP mode.
   • Street furniture on a Revenue-sharing model


                                       Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
        Business Opportunities in
              Urban Sector

• Heritage, Art & Culture

  •   Help restore heritage sites
  •   Development of Museums
  •   Amusement Parks
  •   Build Auditoria in large cities




                               Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
 Business Opportunities in Urban Sector


• Real Estate & Housing

  • Greenfield Exclusive Townships
  • Free Land Available for Housing for Urban Poor, 0.12
    Million Houses having carpet area of 25-30 sqm. of
    Multi storied nature using modern technology planned
  • Already investments worth Rs. 0.15 Billion being made
    in Cities for Housing for Poor
  • Slum Relocation and Commercial Use of Prime Land
    possible
  • World Class Schools – 10
  • World Class Hospitals - 10


                                 Courtesy Urban Development Dept.
           Educational Infrastructure
            Knowledge Pool 2008 FY
College/Institutes             No. of Institutions      No. of Seats
                                                        Per annum
-Engineering colleges                  100+                   35000
-Management colleges                     63                    2360
-Computer Application                    66                    2958
 Institutes
-Pharmacy colleges &                                           6000
 Diploma Pharmacy                        95
 Institutes                                                    9789
-Polytechnic colleges                    44                    1100
-Medical Colleges *                      9

* Sagar Medical college shall be functional from July 2009.
• In the year 1969, a total of 6 engineering colleges had an intake of
  approximately 950 students. MP literacy rate now almost equals
  the national average of 64%+.
             Cyber Infrastructure

• 23000 kms of fibre optic connectivity
• Broadband facilities available
• Splendid Y-O-Y growth
  Dec. 2006 - Dec. 2007 86%
  Total subscription base is 81.16 lakh, at December end
  2007



(Source: CMIE Jan. 2007, Page 257)
                  Aviation Sector
• 5 Functional airports Bhopal, Indore, Khajuraho, Jabalpur
  & Gwalior.

• Bhopal & Indore airports being upgraded as international
  airports.

• 21 airstrips are being given on lease.

• Indore airport is being developed as a cargo hub.
             Infrastructure – ICD’s


• One ICD each by Concor at Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal),
  Indore (Pithampur) & Gwalior (Malanpur) are functional.

• 2-3 More ICD’s are expected in next 2 years.

• Private warehouses allowed. ITC has already build
  E-Choupals with warehouses.
              Tourism


• Take advantage of tax holiday for
  building star hotels near heritage
  sites.
• Air strips available on lease.
• Build hotels on heritage properties.
    Growth in Irrigation



      Year      Hectare 000’
•     2002 FY       2031
•     2005 FY       2355
•     2007 FY       3000+
                  (Expected)
                      DMIC Project

Vision:

-   Double employment potential in five years (14.87% CAGR)
-   Triple industrial output in five years (24.57% CAGR)
-   Quadruple exports from the region in five years (31.95% CAGR)


DMIC Infrastructure:

• Proposed corridor will link Investment Regions identified by
  DMIC master plan and other Economic Centers of the State
• It will further link them to DMIC corridor through network of
  State Highways
• It is proposed to develop World Class Infrastructure facilities
  along this corridor to promote industrial development
Distribution of Investment as of December 2007 in
                  Madhya Pradesh

                Sector


                                       No.            Rs. Crore


       Manufacturing             98               51, 369

       Mining                    25               5, 209
       Electricity               62               77, 782
       Services                  263              12,291
       Irrigation                37               8,311
       Construction              54               24,947
       Total                     539              1,79,909




        Source: CMIE report January 2008, page 264, table 12.20
Infrastructure Development Mechanism

          -   BOT
          -   P-P-P
          -   SPV

				
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