INDUSTRIAL PROFILE:

District Profile on Industrial Activities: DIC Karimnagar

Background:

Karimnagar District is well connected with other parts by Roads and Railways. The major River passing through the District are Godavari & Manair. The area of the cultivated land in the district is around 1.7 lakh hectares. The majority of the irrigated land is covered under Sri Ram Sagar Project, Irrigation tanks and Bore wells. The major crops grown are Paddy, Maize and Cotton. Horticulture crops of Mango, Tomato and Onion are being grown in many parts of the district.


District Map:

Hyderabad Map

2. Availability of Resources/Minerals :

(i) Agro Resources

Paddy, Maize, Cotton are the major crops. Paddy occupies an important place in District occupying 38% of the area. Production of major crops — Paddy Maize, Cotton

(ii) Horticulture

Mango, Lemon, Pomegranate, Guava are the major crops fruits and Tomato, Onion,cauliflower, chilies are the Chief vegetables and turmeric, Ginger are chief spices grown. Production of major crops Mango (1,70,000 MT), Lemon (23,000 MT) Pomegranate (2,80,000 MT), Chilleis (34,700 MT), Turmeric (83,900 MT) and Ginger (400 MT) .

(iii) Mineral Resources

Major constituents of Mineral Resources are Granite of various colours and sand occurring in major parts of the district.

Minor Minerals – The extensive granite deposits of various colours are available in the form of small to huge hillock ridges and mounds.

3. INFRASTRUCTURE :

Existing Status of industrial Areas in the District

Sl.No Industrial Park Name Land Extent in Ac. Total No.of plots Total No. of Structures Total No. of plots Allotted Allotted structures
1 Industrial Park

Karimnagar

34.65 37 43 37 43
2 Auto nagar

Karimnagar

17.50 151 —- 151 —-

4. Existing Micro and Small Industries in the District :

Sl. No Type of Industry Number of Units Investment In Lakhs Employment
1. Agro based 300 4504 5500
2 Paper & Paper Products /

Forest based

5 250 52
3 Mineral Based like Granites 150 27500 2250
4 General Engineering 526 415 2630
T O T A L 981 32669 10432

5. Large Scale Industries and Public Sector Undertaking :

Sl.no Type of Industry Product Production Capacity Investment in Lakhs Employment
1 Haritha Bio Products Pvt Ltd

Thimmapur

Ethyenol 162000 K.Ltrs 4550 124
2 Karimnagar Milk Producer Company Limited, Karimnagar Milk Processing and Milk Products 50000 LPD 656.87 110
3 SG Exports. Asifnagar Karimnagar District Granite Cutting & Polishing 150000 SFT 2800 80
4 Sneha Farms Pvt Ltd,Chenjerla, Manakondur(M) 1Poultry feed 880MT/day 24541.91 100
2.Solvent Extraction 330MT/day
3.Refined oil 100MT/day
5 PENNAR Renewable (P) Ltd

Annaram(v), Manakondur(M)

Solar Power Generation 5 MW 2377.00 16
Total 34925.78 430

6.Major Potential Items :

Karimnagar district, is the district with good irrigation facilities covering 15% of the total geographical area. Major exportable items in district are Rice, Rice flakes, Rice bran oil, Particle Boards from paddy husk, Corn flakes, Cattle feed and Cotton based products has good market potentiality.

Karimnagar district is endowed with rich mineral wealth. The Singareni collieries is crown in producing coal. The major exportable items are fly ash bricks, and blocks cement concrete dense, cement mosaic tiles, hydrated lime, granite tiles, coal fuel Briquettes and cement product .

7. Growth trend:

In the district some areas are covered under turmeric and mini spices. Good demand for turmeric processing, spices grinding and having growth trend and pulses grinding also the same trend. The district is one of the leaders in ground nut cultivation. Similarly sesame, sunflower, cotton seeds, castor are also produced in commendable areas. This gives wider scope for establishment of oil mills in every mandal in the district based on the availability of the above oil seeds. Growth trend is there for cold storage plants.

8. Vendorisation / Ancillarisation of the Industry :

Ancillary industries for a agro based is stressed and wide scope for agro based ancillary industries. Animal feed. The district is having good cattle wealth in the animal feed unit. Good scope for ancillary industry. i.e poultry forms.

10. Other Potential areas :

Karimnagar district is famous for artistic silver filigree items, gift items and stone carving. The silver filigree items are export quality. One silver filigree cooperative society with 65 artisan members and 150 families are in this activity. The art is recognized by UNESCO. Ramadugu is famous for stone carving. Handloom weaving and textile units in Karimnagar are concentrated in Kothapally, Manakoduru, Veenavanka, Jammikunta, , and Gangadhara mandals.

11. Potential for new MSMEs :

Milk chilling plants, cold storage plants, spices grinding, Tamarind processing, mango processing, corn flakes, oil mills, rice mills, Seed processing, chilly pounding, mineral water plants. Forest based products like wooden furniture, beedies, Agarbathi sticks, office gum and honey processing units. Live stock and Leather based like Leather chappals, leather Tannery, leather travel goods, rexine bags, wool weaving, art ware from animal horns etc, in Textile sector Power looms, fabric screen, cotton blankets, lace, umbrella cloth; Mineral Based like Fly ash bricks and blocks, crushed stone, granite tiles. In Chemical & Allied sector Industries like Ferric Alum, Reclamation of oil, wire enamel, washing powder, paints, PVC rigid pipes tyre retreading, pesticide formulations etc.; in Paper and paper products sector units like Handmade paper, paper cups and plates, exercise note books; in Engineering units like Agricultural implements, seed dulls, welding rods, electric and electronic products like voltage stabilizers, air coolers and service industries like electro plating, motor rewinding and rewinding, photo lamination, fast food restaurants etc have good potential in the district.

Departmental Activities:

I. New Industrial Policy-2014

The Government of Telangana announced its maiden industrial Policy -2014 on 12th June 2015 with a unique feature- Right to Clerance, on the lines of Rght to Information, for Industrial projects.At the Heart of the Policy is a thrust on growth of the core manufacturing sectors, towards creating jobs for urban and rural youth, even while making existing industries more competitive.The Corner Stone of the Policy is a hassle free atmosphere for industrial growth. This includes a thrust on self certification and automatic renewals and no random inspections without valid reasons. Some of the salient feature of the Policy are as Follows.

INDUSTRY FRIENDLY:

  • The New policy allows minimum inspection,maximum facilitaton.
  • Thurst on self certification, automatic renewals.
  • Focus on core manufacturing sectors.
  • Making existing Industries more competitive
  • Job creation for Urbal and Rural Youth
  • Adding value to existing skills another key component.

CORNER STONE

  • Zero Tolerance to corruption
  • Right to Single window clearance.on the lines of RTI . -T-iPASS
  • Special Provison for Micro, small, medium Enterprises.
  • Intellectual Property registrations fund foe MSMEs.
  • Anti-pirating assistance
  • Women entrepreneurs to be encouraged
  • Support for SC/ST entrepreneurs.

INCENTIVES Under T-IDEA and T-PRIDE

  • Investment Subsidy
  • 1. 15% investment subsidy on Fixed Capital Investemnt for Micro and Small enterprises subject to a Maximum of Rs 20.00 Laks for General Category and addl 10% ( Max. 10 Lakhs) for Women owned enterprises under T-IDEA policy

    2. 35% investment subsidy subject to a Maximum of Rs 70.00 Lakhs for SC/ST Men

    3. 35% investment subsidy + addl 10% ( Max. 10 Lakhs) subject to a Maximum of Rs 70.00 Lakhs for SC/ST Women Entrepreneurs under T-PRIDE

  • Stamp Duty Reimbursement

  • 1. 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty and Transfer duty paid by the industry on Purchase of land meant for industrial Use.

    2. 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty for lease of land/Shed/Buildings and also mortgages and hypothecations.

    3. 25% rebate in land cost limited to Rs.10.00 Lakhs in Industrial Estates/Industrial Parks.331/3 % in respect of SC/ST entrepreneurs

    4. 25% Land conversion charges for Industsrial use limited to Rs.10.00 lakhs

Pavala Vaddi Scheme:

The Reimbursable interest :-The Reimbursable interest on term loan is that portion which is in excess of 3% per annum subject to a maximum Reimbursable of 9% Annum for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.

  • Power cost Reimbursement :

Fixed power cost reimbursement @ Rs. 1.00 per unit for 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production. @ Rs. 1.5. per unit in respect of SC/ST entrepreneurs.

  • Infrastructure :

Infrastructure like Roads, power and water will be provided door steps of the industry for stand alone units set up by SC/ST entrepreneurs by contributing 50% of the cost of infrastructure from IIDF with a ceiling of Rs.1.00 crores.

  • Reimbursement of VAT/CST:

Reimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST or State Goods and Services Tax (SGST) for a period of 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.

  • OTHER INCENTIVES

Seed capital assistance to First Generation Enterpreneurs to set-up Micro Enterprises @ 10% of the Machinery cost, which will be deducted from the eligible investement subsidy.

  • 50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training the local manpower limited to Rs.2000 per person.

  • 50% subsidy on the expenses incurred for quality certification/patent registration limited to Rs.2.00 Lakhs.

  • 25% subsidy on specific cleaner production measures limited to Rs.5.00 Lakhs.

T-PRIDE:

Special Incentives Package for Scheduled Caste(SC)/Scheduled Tribe( S.T) & Physical Handicapped (PHC) Owned Enterprises under T-PRIDE (Telangana State Program for Rapid Incubation of Dalit Entrepreneurs) of 2014, issued vide G.O. Ms. No. 29, Industries & Commerce(IP&INF) Dept. dated.29-11-2014.

  • Investment subsidy @ 35% on Fixed Capital Investment(FCI) subject to a maximum of Rs.75.00 lakhs for Micro & Small Enterprises. (Including Service sector i.e. Motor Cab Travels, Transportation of Goods, Earth Movers, Commercial Buildings etc & Mfg Sector i.e. Granite Cutting and Polishing, Bricks, Seeds, etc.) (Additional Extra 10% for Women entrepreneurs)

  • 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase of land meant for industrial use/ for Lease of Land/Shed/ Buildings and also mortgages and hypothecations.

  • 33 1/3% rebate in land cost limited to Rs.10.00 Lakhs in Industrial Estates/ Industrial Parks, if not availed rebate from TSIIC as per G.O Ms.No. 102 of Industries & Commerce (INF), Department, A.P, dt. 19.6.2012.

  • 25% Land conversion charges for industrial use limited to Rs.10.0 lakhs.

  • 50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training the local manpower limited to Rs.2000 per person.

  • 100% subsidy on the expenses incurred for quality certification/ patent registration limited to Rs. 3.00 Lakhs for Micro and Small Enterprises.

  • 25% subsidy on specific cleaner production measures limited to Rs.5.00 Lakhs.

  • Power cost reimbursement @ Rs.1.50 per Energy unit for 5 years from date of commencement of production(DCP).

  • Reimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST/SGST for a period of 5 years from DCP, for Micro & Small Enterprises.

  • Seed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs to set-up Micro Enterprises @20% of the Machinery cost.

  • Interest subsidy under Pavala Vaddi Scheme for Micro & Small Enterprises on Term Loan in excess of 3% per annum (p.a.) subject to a maximum reimbursement of 9% p.a. for a period of 5 years from DCP.

    Additional benefits for women under T-PRIDE:

  • Additional 10% investment subsidy on fixed capital Investment, limited to Rs. 10.00 lakhs to MSE’s, solely owned by Women

    Allotment of Plots by TSIIC to SC/ST/PHC entrepreneurs:

  • TSIIC will allocate 15.44% of number of plots to S.C Entrepreneurs and 9.34% of number of plots to S.T Entrepreneurs in new Industrial Estate and preferential allotment to SC/ST/PHC entrepreneurs in Existing Industrial Estates.

  • The land will be allotted on lease basis for a period of 10 years with lease rent @ Rs. 100/- per annum per acre or part thereof

  • The land cost will be levied at the rates prevailing as on the date of allotment duly allowing 33 1/3% rebate on the land cost (subject to Rs.10 lakhs);

  • Initial 25% of land cost at the time of allotment within a period of 90 days and the allottee shall execute lease agreement / lease dated within the stipulated period and take possession of the allotted plot / land

  • moratorium period of 2 years from the date of execution & registration of lease agreement, after that, the balance 75% of land cost will be collected in 8 (eight) annual installments comprising principle and interest.

  • Government will create a fund of Rs. 200 crores from the SCP funds for direct lending to SC entrepreneurs and Rs. 100 crores from TSP funds for direct lending to ST entrepreneurs.

  • Government will create a fund of Rs. 100 crores from SCP funds and Rs. 50 crores from TSP funds for a State level CGTSME type of scheme for the benefit of SC/ST entrepreneurs.

  • The same incentives will be extended to eligible physically handicapped persons.

  • The Govt. of Telangana vide G.O.MS. No. 31 of Inds.& Com.(IP&INF)Dept., Dated:29.11.2014 proposed to create a process for developing a number of SC/ST/PHC contractors for executing Government works at various levels by way of affirmative action.

  • The goal is to create at least 200 SC/ST/PHC contractors in Telangana State over a 5 years period.

  • To create a contractor pool adequate to execute Class V works for the PWD, I&CAD, RWS, PH and Panchayat Raj Department.

    T-IDEA:

    Incentives offered under T-IDEA of 2014 (Telangana State Industrial Development and Entrepreneur Advancement) Incentive Scheme 2014 , issued vide G.O. Ms. No. 28, Industries & Commerce(IP&INF) Dept. dated.29-11-2014.(Operational period from 01-01-2015 to 31-03-2019)

  • 100% reimbursement of Stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase of land meant for industrial use/ for Lease of Land/Shed/ Buildings and also mortgages and hypothecations.

  • 25% rebate in land cost limited to Rs.10.00 Lakhs in Indl. Estates/ Inds. Parks.

  • 25% Land conversion charges for industrial use limited to Rs.10.0 lakhs.

  • Fixed Power cost reimbursement @ Rs.1.00 per Energy unit for 5 years from date of commencement of production(DCP)

  • Investment subsidy @ 15% on Fixed Capital Investment subject to a maximum of Rs.20.00 lakhs for Micro & Small Enterprises.

  • Reimbursement of 100% net VAT/CST/SGST for a period of 5 years from DCP, for Micro & Small Enterprises.

  • Reimbursement of net VAT/CST/SGST @ of 75% for a period of 7 years from DCP, for Medium Scale Enterprises or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier

  • Reimbursement of net VAT/CST/SGST @ 50% for a period of 7 years for Large Scale Industries or up to realization of 100% fixed capital investment, whichever is earlier

  • Seed capital assistance to First Generation Entrepreneurs to set-up Micro Enterprises @10% of the Machinery cost.

  • 50% Reimbursement of cost involved in skill upgradation and training the local manpower limited to Rs.2000 per person.

  • 25% subsidy on specific cleaner production measures limited to Rs.5.00 Lakhs

  • Interest subsidy under Pavala Vaddi Scheme for Micro & Small Enterprises on Term Loan in excess of 3% per annum (p.a.) subject to a maximum reimbursement of 9% p.a. for a period of 5 years from DCP.

  • Additional benefits for Infrastructure assistance by contributing 50% of the cost of infrastructure from IIDF with a ceiling of Rs.1.00 Crore to Medium and Large Industries.

  • Additional 10% investment subsidy (max.of Rs. 10.00 lakhs) to Women owned MSE’s.

  • 27% of incentive amount shall be earmarked for B.Cs and 12% for minorities.

  • Tailor-made benefits to Mega Projects (Capital investment of Rs.200 Crores & above ) on case to case basis.

  • Rs.100.00 crores of budget every year for promotion of quality under Industrial Infrastructure Development Fund (IIDF) Scheme.

  • Reservation of 30-40% of the land for MSMEs in the upcoming I.Es of TSIIC

  • Allocation of 10% of number of plots to Women Entrepreneurs in the new Industrial Estates.

Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme(PMEGP):

A self Employment Scheme Sponsored by Khadhi Village Industries Commission,Govt. of India.

Web Address: ( http://kviconline.gov.in/ )

Salient features of PMEGP:

Main objectives are

1. To generate employment opportunities in rural as well as urban areas of the country through setting up of new self-employment ventures / projects / micro enterprises

2. This Scheme intends to cover urban and rural Areas

  • This is a centrally sponsored scheme of Government of India

  • The maximum cost of the Project / Unit admissible under manufacturing sector is Rs.25.00 Lakhs, under Business / Service Sector is Rs. 10.00 Lakhs.

  • At the District level General Manager, DIC is the convenor for implementing the scheme

ELIGIBLE CONDITIONS OF BENEFICIARIES:

  • Any Individual, above 18 years of age.

  • There will be no income ceiling for assistance.

  • Project cost above Rs.10.00 Lakhs in manufacturing sector and above Rs.5.00 Lakhs in Business / Service Sector the beneficiary should possess at least 8th class.

  • This assistance is only for new projects sanctioned.

  • Self Help Groups are also eligible for assistance if they have not availed any subsidy earlier.

  • Institutions registered under Societies Registrations Act.1860, Production Cooperative Societies.

  • Charitable Trusts.

  • Existing units and units already availed any Govt. subsidy are not eligible.

  • QUANTUM OF LOAN

  • Banks will sanction 90% of the project cost in case of general category borrower and 95% of the project cost in case of Weaker Section beneficiary / Institution.

  • EDP TRAINING

  • The beneficiary has to undergo 10 days / 2 weeks of EDP Training once the project is sanctioned before release of Ist installment of loan.

MARGIN MONEY ( Middle ended subsidy)

Categories of beneficiaries under PMEGP Beneficiary’s contribution ( of project cost) Rate of subsidy ( of project cost)
Area ( Location of the project / unit) Urban Rural
General Category 10% 15% 25%
Special ( including SC/ST/ OBC /Minorities/ Women, Ex-servicemen/ PHC 5% 25% 35%

Possible projects (indicative list of units) under PMEGP

INDUSTRY SECTOR

Engg. Work shop

Cement / Fly ash Bricks

Steel Furniture

Cooler Body Mfg.

Detergent Soaps mfg.

Flexo Printing/Off set Printing

Photo Lab

Power press/lathe

Garments

Wire Drawing

Phenyle Mfg

Cassette recording

Beds and Pillows

Ginger & Garlic Paste

Power looms

Cement products Mfg

Paper Cups/Plates/Bags

Lens grinding

Book binding

Leather Belt Mfg

Cotton Bags

Wooden Furniture

Bakery products

Fabrication Works

Agriculture implements

Oil Expellers

Rolling shutters

Flour and Chilly Mill

Electronic Ballasts( Tube light)

SERVICE SECTOR

Beauty Parlour

Welding works

TV/electronics Repairing

Desk top printing

Motor winding

Cooler repairing

Two/Four Wheeler

Watch& cell repairing

House hold articles

Centering Material

Hair Dressers(Saloon)

Auto Xerox /Lamination

Air Compressor Works

Electro Plating

Tent house

Cine Board painting

Dry Cleaning

Video Camera

Battery Charging

NEGATIVE LIST :

  • Any industry/business connected with Meat (slaughtered) i.e., processing, canning and / or serving items made of it as food, Dhaba etc.,

  • Any industry / business connected with cultivation of crops.

  • Manufacturing of Polythene carry bags of less than 20 microns, recycled plastic etc.,

  • Hand Spinning and Hand Weaving taking advantage of Khadi Programme.

  • Rural transport.

Progress under PMEGP 2016-17 Programme (YEAR 2016-17)

Target for DIC : 18 (for combined district)

Rural:09, Urban:09

DIC CONTACT DETAILS

OFFICE ADDRESS:
District Industries Centre , Opp: Karimnagar Milk Dairy, Beside Satya Laudge, Sircilla Road, Padmanagar, Industrial Estate , Karimnagar – 505001

Office Phone Number: 0878-2254372

DETAILS OF EMPLOYEES WORKING IN DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRE
Sl.No. Name of the Employee Designation Mobile Number Email id
1 Sri P.Prathap General Manager 9966733317 gmdic.krmr.inds@telangana.gov.in
2 Sri T.Ramadasu Assistant Director 9440091010 tramadasudic@gmail.com

ramadasu.thatikonda@gmail.com

3 Sri.Madhulatha.V Industrial Promotion Officer 9440479833 madhulatha.inds@gmail.com

Website Address:

http://industries.telangana.gov.in/

https://ipass.telangana.gov.in/

General Profile:

  • Location like latitude and longitude:
  • East : Rajanna Sircilla district

    West : Jayashankar Bhupalpally

    North : Jagtial and Peddapalli district

    South : Warangal Urban district and Siddipet district

  • The district is situated in tropical region between 18.43694°N, northern latitude and 79.124167°E Eastern longitude.
  • District administration – key names and addresses of district heads:
  • District Collector – Sri Sarfaraz Ahmed, I.A.S.

    Email: collector_krmn@telangana.gov.in

    Joint Collector, – Sri Badri Srinivas,