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Infrastructure initiatives: 

Infrastructure initiatives by Government of Karnataka

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Bangalore INDIA Bangalore – The Capital of Karnataka Knowledge Capital Technology Hub A Brand Basic Facts Area : 192,000 Sq. Kms Population : 52.73 Million (2001 census) State GSDP 2004-05 : US $ 34.41 Billion GSDP Growth Rate % - 2005-06 8.7 % Karnataka – Your Partner in Progress

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Airports Infrastructure

Bangalore International Airport: 

Bangalore International Airport Pioneering PPP initiative Project Cost – USD 430m Brisk progress To be operational by April 08 www.bialairport.com

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New International Airport Existing Airport – Operational Minor Airports – Development Proposals Existing Airport – Non–Operational Minor Airports Upgraded to International Airport Details

Bangalore Metro: 

Bangalore Metro Bangalore Mass Rapid Transit Ltd. (BMRTL), is the implementing agency. Project envisages a 33km elevated and underground rail network with 32 stations for Phase 1. Budgeted at more than 54.5 billion rupees ( about US$1.2 billion ). Soil testing started. Project to be completed by 2011. www.bmrc.co.in Proposed Route Map

Railways: 

Railways Setting up a separate project development company (K–RIDE) for rail projects in Karnataka. Hassan – Mangalore Gauge Conversion project through a Special Purpose Vehicle with equity participation by strategic investors, NMPT and MEL. Hassan – Mangalore rail line is operational and handling freight traffic. To be opened for passenger traffic shortly.

Development of Biotech Park in Bangalore: 

Proposed to be located on 104 acres in Electronic City Phase III, Hosur Road, Bangalore. Private developer responsible for providing core, commercial and support infrastructure, marketing and realty management services. Project development activities under progress. Process for selection of private developer to commence shortly. Development of Biotech Park in Bangalore

Other Infrastructure Projects: 

Other Infrastructure Projects 1. Elevated Corridor for IT City – Bangalore. 2. Truck Terminals. 3. Sandur Project Overview. 4. BOT Road Projects. 5. Urban Infrastructure. 6. Tourism Projects.

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Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA) Projects Development of Trunk Road Network & Five Townships : Satellite Town Ring Roads : Connecting Towns located around Bangalore City. Intermediate Ring Roads : Connecting Industrial & Residential Developments. Radial Roads : Radiating from Bangalore City Connecting BMR – Satellite Town Ring Roads & BMR – Intermediate Ring Roads. Townships : Five Townships proposed around Bangalore. www.bmrda.org

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Approach First project at Bidadi through bid route & other projects through SPV [Public Private Partnership] mode. Last date for bidding 30th Nov 2006. Aim : Development of integrated work & live infrastructure and not merely creating plots. Master Plan to be prepared by Private Partner / SPV.

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Mangalore is a major sea port with a Refinery of ONGC (US$ 20 billion Oil & Gas major) & a Fertilizer Plant. Mangalore is poised to be the major hub of Petroleum, Chemical & Petrochemical Industries of Southern India. A new Coastal Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is planned as a part of the PCPIR. SPV incorporated for SEZ (with ONGC, GoK, IL&FS & others). 13000 acres identified & under acquisition. Government committed to acquire additional land required for the PCPIR. Plans for Petroleum, Chemicals, Petrochemical Investment Region ( PCPICR ) at Mangalore Location Map ONGC – Anchor Tenant. ONGC’s Plan at Mangalore. Mangalore – Ideal Destination. Connectivity & Linkages to Mangalore.

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Facilities at New Mangalore Port Trust Deepest Inner harbor with 15.4 m depth at the entrance channel. Deep draft Berths for handling POL and other liquid cargo ( VLCCs & LNG Carriers ). State-of-the-art vessel traffic management system. Special facilities to handle hazardous cargo. Back-up area available for future expansion.

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Power Total Installed Capacity : 7,858.5 MW. Capacity Addition : Taken-up generation of an additional 1,500 MW at a cost of Rs. 5,000 Crores in the next 2 years. 8th Unit of RTPS : 230 MWs (commissioned) 7 Major projects to generate another 4,000 MW at a cost of Rs. 17,000 Crores over the next 5 years at Bijapur, Mysore, Hassan & Gulbarga. Unrestricted Demand : 7,353 MW. Actual Availability : 6,495 MW. % of Shortage : 12 %. Peak Demand projected for 2006 – 2007 : www.kptcl.com

Special Economic Zone ( SEZ ): 

Special Economic Zone ( SEZ ) What is a Special Economic Zone? A specifically delineated duty free enclave and shall be deemed to be foreign territory for the purposes of trade operations and duties and tariffs. Any private / public / joint sector or State Government or its agencies can set up an SEZ. Can Foreign Companies set up SEZs? Yes.

Special Economic Zone: 

Special Economic Zone 1. Are there any terms & conditions for setting up of SEZ ? 2. What is role of State Governments ? 3. What are the Incentives / Facilities for an SEZ Developer ? 4. What are the Incentives / Facilities available for SEZ units ? 5. Foreign Direct Investment ?

Special Economic Zone: 

SEZs by Government of Karnataka : SEZ for Auto at Shimoga. SEZ for Textile at Hassan. SEZ for IT at Mangalore. Mangalore SEZ - JV. SEZ for Pharma & Biotechnology at Hassan. SEZ for Food Processing and Agrobased industries at Hassan. Other SEZs : By Infosys, Wipro, Biocon, Suzlon, etc… in sectors such as IT, BT, Apparel, Petrochemical, Wind energy harnessing equipments and parts, Hardware, Contract R&D and multi-products. Special Economic Zone

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Projects in Pipeline

International Convention Center Near Bangalore Airport: 

International Convention Center Near Bangalore Airport

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Bangalore has been identified as one of the locations in the country, for setting up a world-class mega convention center. Proposed to be located near the new international airport at Devanahalli. Estimated cost of over Rs. 500 crores. Project being developed under a PPP structure. Project is eligible for financial assistance under VGF. Project related studies are underway. Qualification process commenced. www.karnatakatourism.org International Convention Center Near Bangalore Airport

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Express Rail Link to Bangalore Airport Estimated Project Cost : Rs. 800 crores 25-30 year concession

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Estimated Project Cost – Rs. 800 crores ( including cost of land and rolling stock ). Preliminary studies by IDeCK indicate that project could be implemented as a PPP ( MoR + GoK + private investor / developer ). Route length – approx. 30 kms : Byappanahalli – New International Airport. Estimated travel time of 30 minutes. Estimated fare for one-way trip – Rs. 350 (2008-09). Check-in facility at city-end terminal. Detailed Project Studies to be undertaken after approval by Cabinet. Express Rail Link to Bangalore Airport

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JLR proposes to develop about 10 new eco–tourism destinations with themes like water sports, trekking, fishing, hang – gliding etc. The proposal envisages development of these projects either as a management arrangements or on long-term BOT concessions. JLR has identified about 4 locations ( Almatti, Bonal tank, Jog Falls, Desur ) for development. Estimated redevelopment costs of Rs. 12-14 crores ( for 4 locations ). Few of the projects would be on offer to interested parties by October – November 2006. Eco – Tourism Projects in Karnataka Jungle Lodges & Resorts, a GoK undertaking, is currently managing 12 eco-tourism based theme resorts in places like Kabini, Dandeli, Karwar etc

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Bangalore Hospet Hassan Goa Estimated Project Cost : Rs 32 crore Train to be developed/operated by KSTDC and IRCTC/MoR Fabrication of coaches for the programmed at ICF, Chennai To be tendered in September 2006 Management Agreement with private operator for Coach interiors & Maintenance, Marketing, Hospitality Services. Luxury Tourist Train Hubli

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Government Flying Training School, Jakkur, Bangalore Offers courses and training facilities for obtaining Commercial Pilot and Private Pilot Licenses. GoK proposes to hand over the school to competent private operator on a short-term concession Intention to redevelop, manage and operate the school at international standards Project development process underway Tenders likely to be called in October 2006 Private Operator for GFTS

Inter – modal Transit Center at Bangalore: 

Objectives “Welcome gate” which will become the new focus for the city. State of the art / modern terminal infrastructure facilities, amenities, services and conveniences. integration of the terminals with the proposed mass transit system and City Railway Station. Commercial development. Tenders likely in October 2006 Inter – modal Transit Center at Bangalore Site Area- 31 Acres ; Estimated project cost- Rs 700 Crores KSRTC and BMTC propose to jointly develop the existing Kempegowda Bus Terminal at Subhashnagar into an Intermodal Transit Center through Private Sector Participation on BOT basis.

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Aviation Academy in Bangalore / Mysore. Private Bus Terminal at Channapatna. Biotech Park. Other Projects Development of Tornagallu – Kudligi State Highway. Transfer Stations at Bangalore – SWM. Solid Waste Treatment & Disposal facilities at 7 ULBs. Ultra Mega Power Project ( 4000 MW ) at Tadri on BOO basis – CEA initiative ( EOIs called in April this year ). Other Transport Terminal Projects.

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Contd… GOK is encouraging investments in Tier – II cities viz., Hubli – Dharwad, Mangalore, Mysore, Belgaum, Bellary. Suggested Projects for Investments in Karnataka

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* Areas already developed by KIADB, ready to occupy. Suggested Projects for Investments in Karnataka

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New Industrial Policy Statement of Intent Valid for 5 years

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Industrial Policy 2006 – 2011 : Objective GSDP Growth over 9% Industrial Sector Growth over 12% Exports:15-20% Employment Generation: Min. 1million

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Industrial Policy 2006 – 2011 : Strategy Infrastructure Dispersal of industries – special incentives Skill Development

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Infrastructure upgradation fund-INR 500 Crores (USD 110 Million) Development and Maintenance of Industrial Estates in Public Private Partnership (PPP) Infrastructure

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Three Zones (Zone-1, 2 & 3) Incentives Capital Investment Subsidy Stamp Duty Conversion Fine Subsidy for EFT (Effluent Treatment Plant) Entry Tax Concession Dispersal of Industries

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Training Centers (Apparel, Building Construction) Scheme for on the Job Training & Employment Skill Development

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Rural Digital Services – Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide Kaveri – Registration of Property Transactions CET – Centralized Seat allotment Khajane – Treasury Transaction Tracking Bhoomi – Computerised Land Records Therige – Tax Administration Sachivalaya Vahini – Secretariat LAN Saarige – Transport Administration Krishi Marata Vahini – Agriculture Commodity Market Information Bangalore One – Single window citizen services Initiatives in E-Governance

Fair Bidding Process: 

Fair Bidding Process Implementation through PPP Mode Selection of Partners by Transparent Procedures Advertisement, Pre-bid, Bidding, Evaluation & Selection Evaluation (Technical and Cost Bid)

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Your Investment Navigator Year of Establishment 1992 Karnataka Udyog Mitra

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Single Window System District Level Single Window Clearance Committee (DLSWCC) - For Investments upto Rs. 3 Crores. State Level Single Window Clearance Committee (SLSWCC) For Investments between Rs. 3 Crores to Rs. 50 Crores. State High Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC) chaired by the Chief Minister – For Investments above Rs. 50 Crores. 1. Year Wise Approvals of Projects by SLSWCC. 2. Year Wise Approvals of Projects by HLCC.

Karnataka Diaspora Cell: 

Karnataka Diaspora Cell This Cell will connect Karnataka Diaspora, residing in various parts of the world to Karnataka.

Karnataka Diaspora Cell: 

Free Memberships to all NRIs / People of Karnataka Origin (PKOs). Interactive website. Publication of Newsletter / circulars. Creation of data base. Event Management. Cell will be run by a private agency identified by GOK. Karnataka Diaspora Cell

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Mr. K. M. Shivakumar, IAS Principal Secretary to Government of Karnataka Commerce & Industries Department # 106, 1st Floor, Vikasa Soudha, Dr. Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore-560 001, India. e-mail : prs_ci@karnataka.gov.in For Further Details, Contact : Dr. Raj Kumar Khatri, IAS Director of Industries & Commerce and Commissioner for Industrial Development, Chairman KUM DIRECTORATE OF INDUSTRIES & COMMERCE Government of Karnataka 2nd Floor, South Block, Khanija Bhavan, Race Course Road, Bangalore-560 001, India. Website : www.karnatakaindustry.gov.in

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Mr. H.L Shivananda Managing Director, KARNATAKA UDYOG MITRA (A Govt. Of Karnataka Organisation) 3rd Floor, South Block, Khanija Bhavan, Race Course Road, Bangalore-560 001, India. Ph : 91 – 80 – 2228 2392, 2228 5659, 2238 1232, 2228 6632 Fax : 91 – 80 – 2226 6063 e-mail: mdkumblr@yahoo.com Visit us at : ww.kumbangalore.com For Further Details, Contact :

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