Published on November 28, 2016
1. June 2014 11NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET NOVEMBER 2016
2. June 2014 22NOVEMBER 2016 Executive Summary……………………. 3 Advantage State………………………... 5 Chhattisgarh Vision…………………….. 6 Chhattisgarh – An Introduction……...… 7 Annual State Budget 2016-17 ……..… 19 Infrastructure Status………………..…. 20 Business Opportunities……………….. 41 Doing Business in Chhattisgarh……... 64 State Acts & Policies………………..… 65 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET NOVEMBER 2016
3. June 2014 33NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org EXECUTIVE SUMMARY … (1/2) Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, Ministry of Mines, Annual Report 2014-15, TechSci Research CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Strong mineral production base • Chhattisgarh ranked fifth in terms of value of major mineral production in India. Coal production in the state reached 78.82 million tonnes in 2015-16 (up to November 2015). Sole producer of tin concentrate in India • Chhattisgarh is the only state in India that produces tin concentrates. The state accounts for 35.4% of tin ore reserves of India. In 2015-16 (up to November 2015), tin concentrate production in the state stood at 8.81 million tonnes. Largest producer of coal, iron ore, and dolomite • Chhattisgarh is a leading producer of minerals such as coal, iron ore and dolomite. Coal production and iron ore production in the state accounted for about 20.45% and 15.44% of the overall coal and iron ore production in India, respectively, during 2015-16 (up to November 2015). Iron ore from Bailadila mines in the state is considered to be among the best in the world, in terms of quality. Korba – Power capital of India • Korba district in Chhattisgarh is known as the power capital of India. In the 12th Five-Year Plan, the Government plans to increase power generation capacity of the state by 30,000 MW. As of 2015-16, about 18,892 villages were electrified in the state. Naya Raipur – India’s fourth planned city • Naya Raipur is considered to be India’s fourth planned city, spread over 8,000 hectares with world-class amenities. The city has been selected as a demonstration city under the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and World Bank-assisted Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP).
4. June 2014 44NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org EXECUTIVE SUMMARY … (2/2) Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, Department of Commerce and Industries, TechSci Research CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Strong base for herbal and medicinal sector • The Government of Chhattisgarh has proposed to develop India's largest herbal and medicinal park in Dhamtari on around 250 acres of land. For conservation, development and sustainable management of medicinal plants, central government invested around US$ 1 million in 2014-15. The approximate cost of the project is US$ 3.8 to 5.3 million. The park is being developed under the PPP mode by Ramky Infrastructure Ltd. Leading producer of other minerals • The state accounts for 22.6% of coal production and 19.8% of steel/sponge iron production in India. Moreover, considerable reserves of bauxite, limestone and quartzite are available in the state. Leading investment destination in India • Chhattisgarh has emerged as one of the most preferred investment destinations in India. The state has been acclaimed as “one of the best fiscally managed states” by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and plans to organise its second global investors meet this year. Strong growth in agriculture and allied industries sector • Between 2004-05 and 2015-16, the absolute contribution of agriculture in the state’s GSDP grew at a CAGR of 7.71%.
5. June 2014 55NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh 2015-16, GSDP - Gross State Domestic Product on current prices CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Growing demandMineral resources • Mineral resources are Chhattisgarh’s biggest strength • It has deposits of limestone, iron ore, copper, bauxite, dolomite and coal. • Chhattisgarh accounts for about 17.0% of India’s coal reserves. Policy and fiscal incentives • A wide range of fiscal and policy incentives for businesses have been announced under the state’s Industrial Policy 2014-19. • Additionally, the state has well- drafted policies for the IT/ITeS, minerals and energy sectors. Rich labour pool • Chhattisgarh has a high worker- participation rate (both male and female). • The state has one of the lowest reported losses of man-days attributed to labour problems in the country. • Recently, the Government introduced online registration for its workers. Energy rich • Chhattisgarh is presently one of the few states with surplus power. • It is among the few profitable states in terms of utility based electricity. • Presence of coal makes Chhattisgarh an ideal location for pit-head-based thermal power plants for both merchant sales and state consumption. 2015-16 GSDP was US$ 36.6 billion 2017-18 GSDP projected to reach US$ 47.75 billion Advantage Chhattisgarh ADVANTAGE CHHATTISGARH
6. June 2014 66NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Agriculture Skill development Infrastructure Transport EnvironmentInvestment promotion Tourism • Encourage contract farming with the benefit of assured prices to farmers. • Ensure efficient use of irrigation, rainwater harvesting for agro processing industries. • Connect all villages with better roads. • Increase reliance on renewable energy. • Implemented the Skill Development Act 2013 to develop employment skills among youth. • Impart training to 0.2 million people in 2014-15. • Develop a world class rail and road network for better connectivity with metros. • Implement the Bastar- Raoghat rail project for transporting minerals. • Be a pollution free industrialised state. • Put in place proper pollution control and environment management systems. • Simplify procedures, and ensure speedy clearances and balanced regional development. • Promote downstream industries to spread industrialisation. • Make the state a world class tourist destination. • Promote religious, adventure and heritage tourism, and attract private investment in the sector. Education • Build a primary school within every five kilometres. • Improve distance learning programmes with the help of information and communication technology. Vision 2022 CHHATTISGARH VISION 2022 Source: Confederation of Indian Industry
7. June 2014 77NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH FACT FILE Chhattisgarh is located in central India. The state shares its border with Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra in the west, Uttar Pradesh in the north, Odisha and Jharkhand in the east and Andhra Pradesh in the south. The languages spoken are Chhattisgarhi and its local dialects, along with Hindi and English. Raipur, Bhilai, Durg, Bilaspur, Korba and Rajnandgaon are some of the major cities of the state. Chhattisgarh has a tropical climate with three major seasons: summer (April-June), monsoon (July-September) and winter (October-March). Source: Government of Chhattisgarh Economic Survey 2015-16, Census 2011 Parameters Chhattisgarh Capital Raipur Geographical area (sq km) 137,898 Administrative districts (No) 27 Population density (persons per sq km) 189 Total population (million) 25.5 Male population (million) 12.8 Female population (million) 12.7 Sex ratio (females per 1,000 males) 991 Literacy rate (%) 70.28 CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Maps of India
8. June 2014 88NOVEMBER 2016 1Including Madhya Pradesh For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET CHHATTISGARH IN FIGURES … (1/2) Parameter Chhattisgarh All states Source Economy2015-16 2015-16 2015-16 GSDP as a percentage of all states’ GSDP 1.8 100.0 Central Statistics Office, TechSci Research GSDP growth rate (%) 14.04 8.64 Central Statistics Office, TechSci Research Per capita GSDP (US$) 1,436 1,546 Central Statistics Office, TechSci Research Physical Infrastructure Installed power capacity (MW) 15,569.74 304,505.75 Central Electricity Authority, as of June 2016 Wireless subscribers (No) 63,099,375 1,033,157,014 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of May 2016 Internet subscribers (No) 19,760,000 334,340,000 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, as of January 2016 National highway length (km) 3,078.4 100,087.08 NHAI & Roads and Building Department Airports (No) 2 125 Airports Authority of India-April 2015
9. June 2014 99NOVEMBER 2016 SRS: Sample Registration System, SEZ: Special Economic Zone, PPP: Public-Private Partnership, 1Including Madhya Pradesh For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH IN FIGURES … (2/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Parameter Chhattisgarh All states Source Social Indicators Literacy rate (%) 70.28 73.0 Census, 2011 Birth rate (per 1,000 population) 24.4 21.6 SRS Bulletin Investments FDI equity inflows (US$ billion) 1.291 288.51 Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, From April 2000 to March 2016 Industrial Infrastructure PPP projects Completed & Operational (No) 9 1,246 DEA, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, July 2016 Operational SEZs (No) 1 186 Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, July 2016
10. June 2014 1010NOVEMBER 2016 10.7 12.1 14.8 19.9 21 21 26.2 30.8 30.1 30.7 34.7 36.6 At current prices, gross state domestic product (GSDP*) of Chhattisgarh stood at US$ 36.6 billion in 2015-16. GSDP of the state grew at a CAGR of 11.83% between 2004-05 and 2015-16. Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Chhattisgarh, Central Statistics Office GSDP* - Geometric mean of YoY calculation from 2004-05 to 2014-15 GSDP of Chhattisgarh at current prices (in US$ billion) For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – GSDP CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET CAGR 11.83%
11. June 2014 1111NOVEMBER 2016 9.2 10.3 12.7 17.2 17.9 17.8 22.6 26.3 25.4 25.6 28.7 26.9 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 In 2015-16, the net state domestic product (NSDP#) of Chhattisgarh was recorded at about US$ 26.9 billion. The state witnessed growth in NSDP at a CAGR of 10.21%, between 2004-05 and 2015-16. NSDP of Chhattisgarh at current prices (in US$ billion) CAGR 10.21% For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – NSDP CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Chhattisgarh, Central Statistics Office NSDP# - calculated using per capita NSDP x Population in million
12. June 2014 1212NOVEMBER 2016 479 533 639 844 872 855 1,047 1,208 1,158 1,158 1,285 1,436 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 In 2015-16, the state’s per capita GSDP^ stood at around US$ 1,436. Per capita GSDP of Chhattisgarh increased at a CAGR of 10.5%, between 2004-05 and 2015-16. GSDP per capita of Chhattisgarh at current prices (in US$) CAGR 10.50% For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PER CAPITA GSDP CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Chhattisgarh, Central Statistics Office Per Capita GSDP^ - calculated using GSDP million US$/ Population in million
13. June 2014 1313NOVEMBER 2016 414 456 549 730 745 725 902 1,032 976 967 1,063 1,055 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 The state’s per capita NSDP& in 2015-16 was recorded at around US$ 1,055 in comparison with US$ 414.1 in 2004- 05. The per capita NSDP increased at a CAGR of 8.87% between 2004-05 and 2015-16. NSDP per capita of Chhattisgarh at current prices (in US$) CAGR 8.87% For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PER CAPITA NSDP CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Chhattisgarh, Central Statistics Office per capita NSDP& - Geometric mean of YoY calculation from 2004-05 to 2014-15
14. June 2014 1414NOVEMBER 2016 32.4% 21.4% 33.1% 37.6% 34.5% 41.1% 2004-05 2015-16 Primary Sector Secondary Sector Tertiary Sector In 2015-16, the tertiary sectorµ contributed the highest to Chhattisgarh’s GSDP (at current prices) with a share of 41.1%, followed by secondary sectorµ contributing 37.6% and primary sectorµ contributing 21.40% to the overall GSDP of Chhattisgarh. Witnessing growth at a CAGR of 13.6%, the tertiary sector witnessed the fastest-growing among the three sectors, during 2004-05 to 2015-16. The growth was driven by trade, hotels, real estate, banking, insurance, transport, communications and other services. The secondary sector grew at a CAGR of 13.1%, between 2004-05 and 2015-16, driven by manufacturing, construction, and electricity sector. The primary sector grew at a CAGR of 7.7% between 2004- 05 and 2015-16. Source: Economic Survey 2014-15, Central Statistics Office, TechSci Research, Government of Chhattisgarh Sector-wise %share of GSDPµ -Geometric mean of YoY calculation from 2004-05 to 2014-15 GSDP composition by sector CAGR For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF GSDP CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET 7.7% 13.6% 13.1%
15. June 2014 1515NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh 2015-16, Directorate of Economics & Statistics Agriculture production (‘000 metric tonnes) Crops 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Paddy 7,476.3 8,170.8 8,040 Rice 6,716.4 6,021.2 6,294.7 Maize 528.5 573 589.6 Linseed 31.45 28.9 33.95 Total pulses 482.1 536.7 548.7 Tuar 90.1 95.2 97.98 Moong 9.9 10.3 13.53 Gram 422.15 411.72 412.2 Urad 71.3 73.6 76.26 Groundnut 57.6 77 77.55 Soyabeen 180.1 203.2 199.08 RamTil 19.7 22.3 26.1 Wheat 134.0 136.1 236 Rice is the major crop grown in the state along with maize, wheat, pulses and oilseeds. Under state budget 2016-17, the state government allocated US$ 34.06 million for supporting drought- hit farmers in the state, with facilities like short term credit, easy loan repayment, etc. The Government of Chhattisgarh has decided to provide drought-affected farmers with the partial waiver as well as a quintal of free improved seeds during the upcoming kharif season in 2016-17, in order to confront the agricultural distress being faced due to droughts. Moreover, under new e-Dharti Yojana, the state government has decided to make land records comprehensively available. During 2016-17, an amount of US$ 30.55 million has been allocated by the state government for Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, which was recorded to be US$ 7.63 million during 2015-16. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION…(1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET
16. June 2014 1616NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION…(2/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Horticulture crops production (‘000 MT) Type 2015-16 Fruits 1,619.85 Vegetables 5,252.63 Plantation 28.52 Source: Department of Agriculture & Cooperation Key statistics regarding plantations in 2014-15 Road type Area (hectares) Production (metric tonnes) Orchids area 216,272 1,957,519 Vegetable area 400,024 5,438,567 Spices area 90,174 617,591 Medicine and aromatic crop area 8,444 50,246 Flower area 10,115 45,707 Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh 2014-15 Horticulture crops production (‘000 MT) Type 2015-16 Aromatics & Medicinal 72.06 Spices 8.30 Honey 0.60
17. June 2014 1717NOVEMBER 2016 According to the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), cumulative FDI inflows1 during April 2000 to March 2016, totalled to US$ 1.29 billion. FDI inflows in Chhattisgarh during April 2015 to March 2016 totaled to US$ 80 million. The state accounted for a share of around 0.45% to the cumulative FDI inflows of India, during April 2000 and March 2016. Source: Department Of Industrial Policy & Promotion 1Including Madhya Pradesh Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Chhattisgarh, Central Statistics Office FDI equity inflows1, 2008-09 to 2015-16 (US$ million) For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – INVESTMENTS AND FDI INFLOWS CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET 44 54 451 123 220 119 100 80 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Investment intentions in terms of IEMs filed, LOIs/DILs issued 256 114 78 58 37 118 23 47.38 16.97 13.20 5.66 26.97 6.06 1.27 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016⁽²⁾ Number of Investment Intentions Proposed Investments (US$ billion)
18. June 2014 1818NOVEMBER 2016 Chhattisgarh’s total exports grew at a CAGR of 16.4 from 2006-07 to 2014-15 to reach US$ 1,199.41 million. Nearly 74% of the exports come from Bhilai and the remaining from Urla, Bhanpuri, Sirgitti, etc. Major exports products include iron and steel; articles of iron and steel; cereals; ores, slag and ash; wool, food and agri-products; minerals and engineering products. Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (CSIDC) is the nodal agency of the Government of Chhattisgarh for export promotion in the state. Source: Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation, TechSci Research Exports from Chhattisgarh (in US$ million) For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT – EXPORTS TRENDS CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET 352.2 552.9 641.6 353.3 768.1 544.6 988.7 1,277.5 1,199 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
19. June 2014 1919NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org ANNUAL BUDGET 2016-17 For the year 2016-17, Chhattisgarh’s government has planned total expenditure of US$ 10.70 billion, which is 12% higher than the revised estimates of 2015-16. CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Annual Budget 2015-16, Government of Chhattisgarh Sector Budget- 2016-17 (US$ million) General Education 1,973.88 Food and Storage 698.14 Roads and Bridges 859.30 Pension 791.78 Medicine and Public Health 509.47 Other Departments 5,870.00
20. June 2014 2020NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org The 17 national highways in the state of Chhattisgarh together constitute 3,078.40 km of roads in the state. The state highways, major district roads and rural roads account for another 29,159 km. Chhattisgarh has an excellent road network. All district headquarters, tehsils and development blocks are connected with good all-weather roads. As per budget 2016-17, the state government allocated US$ 859.30 million for the development of roads and bridges in the state. By May 2018, the state plans to lay a road network of 808 km, in the state, at an estimated cost of US$ 332.88 million. Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, Budget 2016-17,Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Road type Road length (km) National highways 3,078.40 State highways 4,374 Major district roads 11,111 Rural roads 13,674 CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – ROADS…(1/2) Source: Maps of India
21. June 2014 2121NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – ROADS…(2/2) Expenditure on road works under PMGSY in Chhattisgarh (US$ million) 109.01 141.34 53.91 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16¹ Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) was launched in 2000 with the objective of connecting eligible rural habitants. During 2015-16 (up to October 2015), the state completed 859.74 km of road length out of the total 9,755.22 km road length completed across the country. Yojana (PMGSY) Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak (2015-16- up to October 2015) Habitants connected 264 Length completed 859.74 Total expenditure (US$ million) 53.91 Source: PMGSY 1up to October 2015 Source: PMGSY
22. June 2014 2222NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – RAILWAYS Chhattisgarh’s railways sector falls under the jurisdiction of the South East Central Railways. The state is well connected to the rest of the country via rail. Raipur and Bilaspur are the two major railway stations. Significant mining and industrial activity in the state was a major reason behind the setting up of the South East Central Railways in 1998. It is headquartered in Bilaspur. The state has the highest freight loading capacity in the country and one-sixth of Indian Railway's revenues come from Chhattisgarh. As of March 2015, the state had a rail network of 1,195.89 km. Direct trains to many cities such as Ahmadabad, Allahabad, Varanasi, Bengaluru, Cochin, Pune and Hyderabad are also available. As per state budget 2016-17, the state government allocated US$ 7.63 million for laying railway lines in the state including Ambikapur-Barwadih, Raipur-Baloda Bazaar- Jharsuguda, etc., in partnership with the Government of India. Source: Maps of India With the laying of these railway lines in the state, the rail network is expected to increase by 780 km during 2016-17. Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, State Budget 2016-17
23. June 2014 2323NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – AIRPORTS The state has two domestic airports, one at Raipur and the other at Bilaspur. Chhattisgarh has eight air strips located at Bhilai, Bilaspur, Korba, Raigarh, Jagdalpur, Ambikapur, Jashpur Nagar and Sarangarh. Raipur is linked by regular flights with New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Nagpur, Bhopal, Indore, Ahmedabad & Hyderabad. The state government has decided to develop Raigarh and Jagdalpur airstrips into airports for facilitating movement of regular flights, as per state budget 2016-17. Domestic airport ODIS HA Source: Airports Authority of India Airport Infrastructure Airport Passengers (lakh) Aircraft movement (nos.) Cargo (tonnes) 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Raipur 839,534 925,504 1,206,844 9,279 8,425 10,185 3,355 3,951 4,353
24. June 2014 2424NOVEMBER 2016 As of June 2016, Chhattisgarh had a total installed power generation capacity of 15,569.74 MW, comprising 11,036.63 MW under private utilities, 2,911.05 MW under state utilities and 1,622.06 MW under central utilities. Chhattisgarh is one of the few power surplus states in the country. The thermal power plants contributed 14,952.54 MW of capacity to the state’s overall installed power generation capacity, followed by 449.68 MW from renewable resources, 120 MW from hydro power and the remaining 47.52 MW from nuclear power plants. Korba in Chhattisgarh is termed as the one of the “power capitals” of India, with National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)’s super thermal power plant working at around 79% Plant Load Factor (PLF). The state's huge coal reserves present a large opportunity for electricity generation in the state. In the hydropower sector, the Hasdeo Bango reservoir offers a relatively cheaper source of power generation. Source: Central Electricity Authority 1As of November 2015, News articles Installed power capacity (MW) For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – POWER … (1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET 3,607.1 4,769.5 4,882.4 5,347.3 6,531.9 9,824.9 13,085.5 15,575.5 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 The state has planned to achieve installed power generation capacity of 30,000 MW by 2017-18. For developing and strengthening power infrastructure a five- year Capital Investment Plan (CIP) has been chalked out. Under this scheme US$ 1.14 billion has been sanctioned for development, during 2016-17 to 2020-21.
25. June 2014 2525NOVEMBER 2016 Segment Company name Power generation Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company Ltd (CSPGCL) Power transmission Chhattisgarh State Power Transmission Company Ltd (CSPTCL) Power supply Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company Ltd (CSPDCL) Power is generated in the state by the Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company Ltd (CSPGCL) and independent power producers (IPPs) such as Lanco and Jindal Power. Chhattisgarh is an emerging power hub. It plans to add another 30,000 MW of capacity during the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17). GMR Group is setting up a 1,370 MW coal- based supercritical thermal power project at Raikheda in Chhattisgarh. The first phase of the project with 685 MW was installed in October 2014 and commissioned in March 2015. In March 2016, the second phase of the plant was also commissioned. In August 2016, BHEL commissioned its second 500 MW thermal unit at Marwa TPP. Similarly, in July 2015, ACB (India) Limited commissioned its 300 MW power plant at Bandakhar TPP. The state has declared renewable energy power generation as a priority under the State Industrial Policy, and estimates solar PV grid potential based on identified sites at approximately 1,000 MW. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – POWER … (2/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Central Electricity Authority, News Article, Chhattisgarh Economic Survey 2014-15
26. June 2014 2626NOVEMBER 2016 Telecom infrastructure (as of May 2016) Wireless subscribers 1 63,099,375 Wireline subscribers 1 1,033,528 Internet subscribers 1 19,760,000 2 Teledensity (in%) 61.61 Post offices 3,147 3 Source: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, 1Including Madhya Pradesh, 2As of January 2016, 3As of December 2015 According to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the state had nearly 63.09 million wireless subscribers and 1.03 million wireline subscribers, as of May 2016. Post the implementation of Chhattisgarh IT and Electronics Policy (2014-2019), which aims at developing an ecosystem for a knowledge economy in the state and generating employment, the first business process outsourcing (BPO) centre was set up in Raipur in November 2015. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE – TELECOM CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Some of the major telecom operators in Chhattisgarh Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) Bharti Airtel Vodafone Essar Idea Cellular Reliance Communications Tata Teleservices Postal Facilities (2015-16- up to December 2015) Head post offices 10 Sub post offices 337 Branch post offices 2,800 Total Post Offices 3,147 Performance Status of NOFN (Bharat Net) project (As of April 2016) No. of GPs in Phase-I 2,110 Pipe laid (kms) 4,933 Cabe laid (kms) 4,560 GPs for which cable laid 1,550
27. June 2014 2727NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE … (1/3) Chhattisgarh aims to become a logistics hub with world-class rail, road and aviation networks. The state has 10 municipal corporations and 44 municipal councils. Under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), the Urban Development Ministry approved an investment of US$ 331.4 million for infrastructure development of 9 cities in Chhattisgarh. Of the overall investment, US$ 144.3 million would be provided by the central government over next 3 years and the rest of the amount would be provided by the state government and its civic bodies. Source: JNNURM, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India Naya Raipur land use plan Urban infrastructure (as of May 2015) 2003 2012 2013 2015 Municipal corporations 10 10 10 10 Municipal councils 28 32 33 44 Nagar panchayats 72 126 126 115
28. June 2014 2828NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE … (2/3) Maharashtra’s City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) has been appointed as the advisor to upgrade the capital city of Raipur and create a new planned city, called ‘Naya Raipur’. The project includes the following: A water supply project for meeting the requirements of an estimated population of 2.5 million, by 2031. A transport hub. Naya Raipur Development Authority (NRDA) has been set up as the nodal agency for comprehensive development of the greenfield city. Government has made provision to put in place public transport facilities to Naya Raipur. The region has received sizeable allocations for basic civic infrastructure like sewerage and a bus rapid transit system (BRTS). Under the Global Environment Facility and the World Bank- assisted SUTP, Naya Raipur has been selected as a demonstration city. New townships, such as Merlin Projects’ integrated township at Raipur, ‘Singapore City’, and ‘Vananchal City’ by Amrapali Group at Bhilai, are in the planning stage. Source: Naya Raipur Development Authority, Government of Chhattisgarh Naya Raipur city development models
29. June 2014 2929NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org Source: Naya Raipur Development Authority, Government of Chhattisgarh CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET 4th planned city in India • Naya Raipur has been pegged as the fourth planned city in the country after Chandigarh, Gandhinagar and Bhubaneswar. The city has a planned area of over 8,000 hectares. Social infrastructure • Designated areas have been allocated for setting up hospitals, educational institutes and recreation facilities. The city would include large city parks, water bodies, jungle safari and botanical garden. The capital complex in it is to serve as the administrative capital of the state. World-class amenities • Under the plans, the city will include an 18-hole golf course, theme township, luxury hotels, convention centre, IT SEZ, shopping malls, multiplexes and a cricket stadium. DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE … (3/3)
30. June 2014 3030NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Chhattisgarh Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET PPP projects – Chhattisgarh (July 2016) Project name PPP Type Sector Status Total cost (US$ million) Road Upgradation (Bilaspur- Katghora-Korba-Champa) Project Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Transport Operation and maintenance stage 3.83 Recreation Park & Swimming Pool (Raipur) Project Not Available Social and Commercial Infrastructure Operation and maintenance stage 3.82 Road Upgradation (Orissa/Chhattisgarh Boarder - Aurang NH-6) Project Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Transport Under construction 188.21 Raipur-Aurang NH-6 Road Project Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Toll Transport Operation and maintenance stage 29.03 Raipur Durg Expressway Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Transport Operation and maintenance stage 17.42 Gullu Small Hydro Power Project Build-Own-Operate (BOO) Energy Under construction 30.55 Road Upgradation (Aurang- Saraipalli) Project Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Transport Under construction 192.48 End of Durg Bypass - Chhattisgarh/Maharashtra Border Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Transport Operation and maintenance stage 70.88 Durg Bypass Project - Phase II Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Transport Operation and maintenance stage 10.69
31. June 2014 3131NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org As of July 2016, the state had two formally-approved SEZs. The state has important industrial areas in Bhilai (home to iron and steel ancillary units) and Korba (home to well known companies in the power and aluminium sectors). Source: Special Economic Zones in India CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: SEZS AND INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS Chhattisgarh - Operational SEZ (July, 2016) SEZ Name Location Type Lanco Solar Pvt. Ltd Village- Mehrumkhurd & Chawardhal, Chhattisgarh Semiconductors Formal approvals granted SEZ Naya Raipur Development Authority (NRDA) Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh IT/ITeS Lanco Solar Private Limited Mahroomkala, Mahroomkurd and Chaveli villages, Rajnandgaon District, Chhattisgarh Solar Valid in-principle approvals Chhattisgarh Infrastructure Ltd. Raipur, Chhattisgarh Gems & jewellery Notified SEZs Lanco Solar Private Limited Chaveli villages, Rajnandgaon District, Solar
32. June 2014 3232NOVEMBER 2016 Few of the reputed educational institutions in the state are the National Institute of Technology in Raipur, and the Bhilai Institute of Technology in Durg. Indian Institute of Management (IIM) at Raipur was established by the Government of India in 2010. In August 2015, the state government constructed a new medical college, GMC Raigarh, in Raigarh at a cost of US$ 17.6 million. The college is spread over an area of 40 acres. The total number of seats in the college is 100 with 21 different departments. In 2013-14, eight primary schools, 30 middle schools, 217 higher middle schools were introduced in the state whereas in 2014-15, 45 primary schools, 35 middle schools, 70 high schools and 150 higher middle schools were opened. As of 2014-15, seven government universities, one central university and six private universities are operational in the state. Under 2016-17 budget, the state government has allocated US$ 1.97 billion for the development of general education in the state. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – EDUCATION … (1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission Component Achievements (2014-15) Free text book distribution 2,780,837 Free uniform distribution 2,626,798 Teacher training program 28,783 School grants (primary & upper primary) 47,589 Repair Grants (primary & upper primary) 45,172 Kasturba Gandhi Girls School 93 Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, State Budget 2015-16
33. June 2014 3333NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – EDUCATION … (2/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, State Budget 2015-16, N.A.: Not Available MCA: Master of Computer Applications Literacy rates (%) Literacy rate 70.28 Male literacy 80.27 Female literacy 59.58 Educational infrastructure (as of 2014–15) Institute Nos Enrollment Universities 14 N.A. State universities 7 N.A. Central university 1 N.A. Private universities 6 N.A. Government colleges 204 N.A. Private colleges 256 N.A. MBA colleges 36 2,640 Polytechnics 43 7,120 Engineering colleges 49 18,870 MCA colleges 12 900 Chhattisgarh primary education statistics Primary 38,767 Middle 16,607 High & higher secondary schools 6,080
34. June 2014 3434NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Central Bureau of Health Intelligence, Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare As of March 2015, the state had 3,134 sanctioned doctors, out of which 1,225 were working doctors. On the other hand, the state had sanctioned 7,495 nurses, of which 6,133 were working. During 2015-16, the state government is set to initiate a special nutrition supplement scheme for TB patients and initiate distribution of free insulin for diabetic children. Under state budget 2016-17, the state government allocated US$ 509.47 million for the development of medicine and public health sector in the state. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – HEALTH CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Health infrastructure (as of Nov 2015) Medical colleges 3 District hospitals 16 Ayurvedic hospitals 8 Ayurvedic dispensaries 634 Homeopathic dispensaries 52 Health infrastructure (as of March 2015) Sub-District Hospitals 24 District hospitals 29 Community health centres 174 Primary health centres 794 Sub-centres 5,180 Health indicators (2014-15) Population served per government hospital 110,348 Population served per government hospital bed 3,145 Birth rate 1 24.4 Death rate 1 7.9 Infant mortality rate 2 46 Source: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare 1Per thousand persons, 2Per thousand live births
35. June 2014 3535NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET CULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE & FORESTRY There are several sports complexes in Chhattisgarh. Football, cricket, hockey, basketball and kabaddi are the major sports played in the state. Awarded. The main sports arenas are the Ravishankar Shukla Stadium in Durg, the Priyadarshini Indira Stadium in Korba, and the Digvijaya Stadium in Rajnandgaon. Hockey is a popular sport in the state and the Digvijaya Stadium is known as the ‘nursery of hockey’. The key hotels in the state are the Royal Palace in Kanker, Kawardha Palace in Kawardha, Hotel Piccadilly in Raipur and Rainbow Hotel in Jagdalpur. Chhattisgarh is renowned for its heritage tourism; Bhoramdeo, Dantewada, Deepadih, Dongargarh, Jogibhatta, Rajim, Sirpur, Malhar, Sita Bhengra and Sheorinarayan are some of the popular heritage sites. Chhattisgarh plans to develop Sirpur as a place of cultural heritage and architecture by promoting it as a tourist destination. As per state budget 2016-17, an allocation of US$ 1.52 million has been made by the state government for construction of 22 mini stadiums in the state during 2016-17. Details of plantation in rainy season Name of the forest division 2013-14 2014-15 Teak Bamboo Teak Bamboo Barnawapara 2,200 230 2,068,236 208,236 Panabaras 1,200 110 1,728,425 168,425 Antagarh 750 150 745,000 145,000 Details of plantation in rainy season Name of the forest division 2013-14 2014-15 Teak Bamboo Teak Bamboo Kawardha 2,208 - 1,900,000 - Kota 3,200 - 1,767,000 - Surguja 3,273 - 3,120,000 - Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15 State Budget 2016-17
36. June 2014 3636NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, CSIDC website, 1PPP (Public-Private Partnership) mode Industrial infrastructure Type and location District Size Investment requirement (US$ million) Industrial parks (ongoing projects) Metal park Raipur 101.7 hectares 19.1 Apparel park Bhanpuri, Raipur 1.35 hectares 5.8 Herbal & medicinal park Dhamtari 250 acres 5.4 to 7.6 1 Food processing park Rajnandgaon 303 acres 17.4 1 Engineering park Bhilai 120 hectares 2.0 Integrated Infrastructure Development Centres (IIDCs) Harinchhapara (Kabirdham), Birkoni (Masamund), Girwarganj (Surguja) All between 20-90 hectares N.A. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE … (1/4) The Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (CSIDC) is a part of the industrial development department of the state government.
37. June 2014 3737NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org Source: CSIDC website, Korba district website CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Raipur region • Rich reserves of minerals, limestone and coal. • 58 large- and middle-scale industries, with prominent players such as Monnet Ispat, Century Cement, Lafarge and Ambuja Cement. Durg-Bhilai region • Rich in mineral deposits, especially iron ore, limestone and quartzite. • Major players include Bhilai Steel, the Steel Authority of India (SAIL) and Associated Cement Company (ACC). Bilaspur region • Railway zone and the headquarters of South Eastern Coalfields Ltd. • NTPC’s second largest power plant in India (operational capacity of 1,660 MW ) of located at Sipat. • Host to many ancillary units, mainly in agro-based, garments, wood-based furniture and mineral-based industries. Korba region • Known as the industrial hub of Chhattisgarh and the power capital of India. • Four thermal power plants (KSTPS, BCPP, CSEB East, and CSEB West) together generate 3,650 MW of electricity; a hydro electric power station located at Bango. • Abundant reserves of coal and bauxite. INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE – KEY INDUSTRIAL GROWTH CENTRES ... (2/4)
38. June 2014 3838NOVEMBER 2016 Industrial infrastructure Type and location District Size (hectares) Investments by companies (US$ million) Growth centres (established) Siltara Raipur 1,185 118.8 Borai Durg 451 22.6 Urla Raipur 375 70.5 Sirgitti Bilaspur 338 74.2 Bhanpuri-Rawabhata Raipur 200 NA Tifra Bilaspur 65 N.A. Anjani (Pendra Road) District Bilaspur 48 N.A Large industrial areas (new projects) Not available Bilaspur 795 9.8 Not available Raipur 1,730 29.4 Not available Raigarh 1,466 15.2 Not available Silpahari N.A N.A Aluminium Park Korba N.A N.A Poly Park Raipur 37 N.A Source: CSIDC website For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE … (3/4) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET
39. June 2014 3939NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org Note – Numbers refer to position on the map CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE … (4/4) Key industrial areas 9 Urla (Raipur) 8 Siltara (Raipur) 3 Sirgitti (Bilaspur) 11 Borai (Durg) 21 Bhanpuri-Rawabhata (Raipur) 29 Tifra (Bilaspur) 2 Rani Durgawati (Pendraroad) 14 Heavy & Light I/A, Bhilai Large industrial areas 5 Dagori (Bilaspur) 7 Tilda (Raipur) 19 Lara (Raigarh) 31 Silpahari (Bilaspur) Key industrial parks 13 Food Processing Park (Indawani) 26 Herbal & Medicinal Park (Raipur) 25 Gems & Jewellery SEZ (Raipur) 23 Metal Park (Rawabhata) 24 Apparel Park (Raipur) 10 Engineering Park (Bhilai) 28 Aluminium Park (Korba)Source: CSIDC website
40. June 2014 4040NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org The state government proposed Raipur, Bilaspur, Durg and Bhilai for being developed as smart cities. The Union Government has approved two cities of Chhattisgarh, namely, Naya Raipur and Bilaspur to be developed as smart cities in the state. The state government has allocated US$ 33.3 million for each city in 2015 and US$ 83.33 million each in the coming three years in the form of installments. Along with the smart city project, Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) was launched for development of tier 2 and tier 3 cities in Chhattisgarh. Wherein, 10 cities of Chhattisgarh were selected for the development of infrastructure in 2015. In July 2015, the state government released US$ 1.48 million for preparation of Service Level Improvement Plan or capacity building under AMRUT. In addition, the central government approved US$ 8.3 billion for Phase I of the AMRUT project. As of June 2016, the Ministry of Urban Development released an amount of US$ 9.42 million (20 per cent of the approved project fund of US$ 47.14 million) to the Government of Chhattisgarh under AMRUT. SMART & AMRUT CITIES CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: TechSci Research, News articles A total of US$ 156.7 million will be invested by the state and the centre together for the development of city of Raipur.
41. June 2014 4141NOVEMBER 2016 The natural resources, policy incentives and infrastructure in the state support investments in the iron and steel, cement and power sectors. Chhattisgarh is among the richest Indian states in terms of mineral wealth, with 28 varieties of major minerals, including diamonds. Almost 80.0% of the population is dependent on agriculture or agriculture-related occupations. Chhattisgarh is making significant investments in industrial infrastructure. The CSIDC has set up industrial growth centres, five industrial parks and three integrated Infrastructure Development Centres (IIDC). The state has a notified special economic zone (SEZ) in Rajnandgaon District. The Chief Minister of the state has asked for building a defence equipment industry and has guaranteed the centre with full co- operation regarding the availability of resources. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES … (1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Key industries in Chhattisgarh • Mining • Iron and steel • Cement • Power • IT and ITeS • Biotechnology • Food processing • Gems and jewellery • Apparel GSDP share at current prices Year Primary 1 Industry Services 2004-05 32.4% 33.1% 34.5% 2015-16 30.2% 37.6% 41.1% Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics of Chhattisgarh, Central Statistics Office, 1Include agriculture & allied and mining & quarrying
42. June 2014 4242NOVEMBER 2016 Chhattisgarh is rich in mineral resources and one of the leading mineral producing states in the country. CSIDC has proposed to set up six new industrial parks, including aluminium at Kirba, engineering at Durg, plastic, gramodyog (village industry), pharmaceutical, etc. Chhattisgarh is a major producer of tin in India and during April-November 2015, the production of tin in the state reached 8.81 million tonnes. During 2015-16 (up to November 2015), the state’s coal production contributed 20% to total mineral production of the country. The state government proposed the setting up of Naya Raipur as an IT hub and developing the city as I.T.I.R (Information Technology Investment Region) under the electronics, IT/ITeS Investment Policy of Chhattisgarh, 2014- 19. In addition, the state government proposed construction of IT incubation centres and start-up villages in the city, thereby establishing IT and electronic manufacturing clusters. Source: Commerce and Industries Department, Government of Chhattisgarh, Export Chhattisgarh, Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation Limited (CSIDC) 1up to November 2015 Chhattisgarh’s share in India’s mineral production, 2015-161 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES … (2/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET 100.0% 20.5% 15.4% 4.44% 6.58% Tin Coal Iron Ore Lime Stone Bauxite
43. June 2014 4343NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Chhattisgarh’s Directorate of Geology and Mining Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, 1In kilograms, Chhattisgarh is among the richest Indian states in terms of mineral wealth, with 28 varieties of major minerals including diamonds. The total mineral production in the state during April-November 2015 was recorded at 120.38 million tonnes. Rich deposits of bauxite, limestone, dolomite and corundum are found in the state, making it the ideal location for low-cost production of end products such as cement and aluminium. It is the only state in India to produce tin concentrates and accounts for 36% of the country’s tin ore reserves. Dante Wada is the sole district producing tin from 6 mines. The state accounts for 4% and 36.5% of the country’s diamond and dolomite reserves, respectively. It ranks among the top coal, tin and dolomite production states in the country. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES – MINING … (1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Chhattisgarh’s mineral production (in million tonnes) Mineral Production (2014-15) Production (2015-16) Coal 115.19 78.82 Iron ore 29.41 14.29 Limestone 24.38 17.10 Bauxite 1.55 1.36 Tin (concentrate) 1 24,689 8.81
44. June 2014 4444NOVEMBER 2016 NMDC Ltd Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org • NMDC is the country’s single-largest iron ore producer and exporter. It produces about 30 million tonnes of iron ore from its fully-mechanised mines. The company operates two mines at Bailadila in Chhattisgarh. In 2014-15, the company produced 304.41 lakh tonnes of iron ore, 28,994 tonnes of sponge iron and 35,085 carats of diamonds. The company’s net income from operations was US$ 986.22 million in 2015-16 • NMDC plans to increase its total iron ore production capacity to around 35 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) by 2015-16. It is gearing up to enhance the production capabilities of existing mines and open up new mine deposit – 11B in Bailadila sector and Kumaraswamy in Donimalai sector. The company is in the process of developing a 3 MTPA steel plant at Jagdalpur and two pellet plants at Donimalai (1.2 MTPA) and Bacheli (2 MTPA). The company plans to commission its 3 MTPA Nagarnar steel plant in Chhattisgarh involving a total project cost of US$ 1.9 billion by October 2016. • Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd, started in 1976, is a flagship company of Neco Group of Industries. It has three divisions: steel plant, foundry and mining. The company owns a coal mine with reserves of about 38.84 MT in Raigarh district and produces 0.48 MTPA of coal mineral. The company’s net income was recorded to be US$ 221.78 million during April- September 2015. • . CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET KEY INDUSTRIES – MINING … (2/2) Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) • JSPL is one of the major steel producers in India, with presence in diversified sectors such as mining, power generation and infrastructure. The company operates the world’s largest coal- based sponge iron plant and is the largest producer of coal-based sponge iron in India. • The company’s net income from operations was recorded at US$ 2.81 billion in 2015-16. Jindal Steel and Power Ltd has received environmental clearance to set up four MTPA coal mining projects and four MTPA coal washeries in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh.
45. June 2014 4545NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation Chhattisgarh is the iron & steel hub of the country. The Bhilai steel plant of Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) produces more than 3.153 million tonnes of saleable steel per annum. In February 2015, the central government announced plans to establish a steel plant in Chhattisgarh with initial capacity of 2-3 million tonnes. The capacity of the plant can be increased to 6 million tonnes. As of 2014-15, Chhattisgarh accounted for 32% to India's steel/sponge iron production. Chhattisgarh is one of the leading iron ore producing states in India. In 2014-15, the state produced around 30.15 million tonnes of iron ore. Under Budget 2015-16, an outlay of US$ 2.17 billion was proposed by the Ministry of Steel for India’s iron and steel industries, of which US$ 595.22 million has been provided to National Mineral Development Corporation Ltd., for setting up of 3 MTPA steel plants in Chhattisgarh. The proposed amount for the state also includes AMR schemes, development of townships, etc. The integrated steel plant demands an overall investment of US$ 2.57 billion. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES – IRON AND STEEL … (1/4) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Some of the key players • Steel Authority of India Ltd • Tata Steel • Essar Steel • Godawari Power & Ispat Ltd Steel modernisation and expansion plan (in million tonnes) Material Capacity as of 2014-15 Capacity after expansion Hot metal 4.1 7.5 Crude steel 3.9 7.0 Finished steel 2.6 5.9 Semis 0.5 0.7 Saleable steel 3.2 6.6 Iron ore production (million tonnes) 2013-14 30.16 2014-15 29.41
46. June 2014 4646NOVEMBER 2016 Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) Tata Steel For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org • SAIL is the country’s largest steel producer and the Bhilai Steel Plant is one of its largest integrated steel plants. It is a large producer of rails and heavy steel plates and is the country’s sole supplier of 260 metre long railway tracks. With an annual production capacity of 3.15 MT of saleable steel, it also specialises in other products such as wire rods and merchant products. • It is accredited with ISO 9001:2000, Quality Management System Standard and ISO-14001 certification for its environment management systems. In 2015-16, SAIL recorded revenues of US$ 6.03 billion. • Established in 1907, Tata Steel is Asia's first and one of India's largest private sector steel companies. It is among the lowest-cost producers of steel in the world and features in the select list of global steel companies. Tata Steel’s net income from operations was US$ 1.60 billion during last quarter of 2015-16. It has an annual crude steel production capacity of 30 million tonnes. The company has signed an MoU with the state government for setting up of a 5 MTPA greenfield integrated steel plant in Bastar. CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET KEY INDUSTRIES – IRON AND STEEL … (2/4) Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd • Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd, started in 1976, is a flagship company of the Neco Group of Industries. The company has two business segments – Steel and Iron & Steel Castings – and reported an US$ 235.51 during April-September 2015. • Some of the steel projects planned by Jayaswal Neco Industry Limited in the state are: • A new steel project at Raipur. • An integrated steel plant in Bilaspur district. Source: Company Website & Annual Reports
47. June 2014 4747NOVEMBER 2016 Essar Steel Godawari Power & Ispat Ltd For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org • Essar Steel is a large steel producer with offices in India, Canada, the US, Middle East and Asia. The company is fully integrated, from iron ore mining to steel retail. It is also a leader in cold rolled, galvanised and pre-coated steel products. It is in the process of making significant investments in setting up steel plants across the world. The company has an iron ore- beneficiation plant at Bailadila, with an annual production capacity of 8 million tonnes. • A flagship company of the Hira Group of Industries, Godawari Power is an integrated steel producer of mild steel wires. It also produces sponge iron, billets, ferro-alloys, wire rods, steel wires, fly-ash bricks etc. The company recorded net income of US$ 235.09 million in 2015-16. GPIL has started its operations in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, as a iron manufacturer in the year 2001 and has also been granted two mining leases by the state at Ari Dongri and Boria Tibu. In December 2013, the company proposed a 1 million tonne steel plant in Rajnandgaon at a cost of US$ 770.0 million. CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET KEY INDUSTRIES – IRON AND STEEL … (3/4) MOIL • MOIL Ltd is the largest producer of manganese ore by volume in India. The company produces high, medium and low grade manganese ore. Also, they produce manganese dioxide and chemical grade manganese ore. • The company has entered into two separate joint venture pacts with SAIL and Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd to set up two ferro alloy plants with a total investment of US$ 101.4 million. The company’s income from operations was recorded at US$ 96.05 million in 2015-16. Source: Company Website & Annual Reports
48. June 2014 4848NOVEMBER 2016 Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) Visa Steel For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org • JSPL is one of the major steel producers in India, with presence in diversified sectors such as mining, power generation and infrastructure. The company operates the world’s largest coal- based sponge iron plant and is the largest producer of coal-based sponge iron in India. • JSPL has an installed capacity of 3 MTPA of steel at Raigarh in Chhattisgarh. Furthermore, the company is setting up a 7 MTPA steel plant, a 2 MTPA cement plant and 1,600 MW captive power plant with a total investment of around US$ 6 billion. The company’s net income from operations stood at US$ 2.81 billion in 2015-16. • Visa Steel Limited is engaged in the production of special steel and ferro chrome. • The company has signed an MoU with the Government of Chhattisgarh to set up a 2.5 MTPA integrated carbon steel plant at Kotarlia in Raigarh district. Presently, the land acquisition process for this plant is underway. • Visa Steel’s net income from operations in 2015-16 was recorded as US$ 199.07 million. CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET KEY INDUSTRIES – IRON AND STEEL … (4/4) Source: Company Website & Annual Reports
49. June 2014 4949NOVEMBER 2016 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES – CEMENT … (1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Source: Economic Survey of Chhattisgarh, 2014-15, Ministry of Mines Cement facilities in Chhattisgarh Company No. of plant Location/Unit name ACC Ltd. 1 Jamul Cement Works Ambuja Cement 2 Bhatapara and Bhatapara II Cement Corporation of India Ltd. 1 Akaltara Century Textiles & Industries Ltd. 1 Century Cement Raipur Jaypee Cement 1 Bhilai Lafarge India Ltd. 2 Arasmeta, Sonadih Ultratech Cement Ltd. 2 Hirmi Cement Works, Rawan Cement works Chhattisgarh has abundant limestone reserves that support a strong cement sector. Chhattisgarh accounts for around 5.4% of the total limestone reserves in India. Limestone production in the state increased from 20.17 million tonnes in 2012-13 to 21.06 million tonnes in 2013-14. In 2014- 15, the limestone production was 24.38 million tonnes. For the year 2015-16, limestone production in the state stood at 25.06 million tonnes. The state has ten major operational cement units; majority of the cement production units are concentrated in the Raipur area, Baloda Bazar, Durg and Champa. In May 2015, Shree Cement established a clinker manufacturing plant in Raipur, Chhattisgarh with 1.5 million tonnes per annum capacity. In August 2015, Birla Corporation Limited announced plans to acquire Lafarge's cement unit in Chhattisgarh along with the cement grinding unit near Jamshedpur for US$ 781.12 million. The Jamul based 2.79 MTPA clinker facility of ACC limited in Chhattisgarh announced commercial operations from July 2016. Two new cement grinding facilities, one each at Jamul in Chhattisgarh and Sindri in Jharkhand, which form an integrated part of the project, are expected to be commissioned in the third quarter of 2016.
50. June 2014 5050NOVEMBER 2016 ACC Ltd Lafarge India For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org • With a production capacity of 30 MTPA, ACC is among the largest research and consultancy organisations in the Indian cement sector and a pioneer in the area of advanced materials. ACC plans to modernise its cement plant at Jamul in the Korba district with an investment outlay of US$ 499 million, and set up a 4 MTPA production capacity. The company had revenues of US$ 433.98 million during the second quarter of CY 2016. • Lafarge India is a unit of the Lafarge Group – the world's leading cement and construction material company. The total cement manufacturing capacity of Lafarge India is over 11 MTPA. It has two cement plants located at Sonadih and Arasmeta. CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET KEY INDUSTRIES – CEMENT … (2/2) JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd • JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd is a renowned and well established name in the Indian cement industry. Its cement comes in three variants: Cement 53 blended, 53 grade OPC and 43 grade OPC. As a part of its US$ 248.8 million expansion plan in Chhattisgarh, the company introduced a cement manufacturing facility at Durg (Chhattisgarh), which enhanced its installed production capacity to 9.3 MTPA. The plant started production in January 2015. The company recorded net revenues of US$ 402.57 million in 2015-16. UltraTech Cement Ltd • Ultra Tech Cement is a part of the Aditya Birla Group and has an annual capacity of 57 MTPA. It manufactures ordinary portland cement, Portland blast-furnace slag cement, Portland pozzolana cement, ready mix concrete, and building products and building solutions. The company has 11 integrated plants and 15 grinding units in India. Its plants in Chhattisgarh are located at Hirmi and Rawan. • It has started a US$ 297 million capacity expansion project at Chhattisgarh with a funding of US$ 100 million from International Finance Corporation. The company generated net income of US$ 3.71 billion in 2015-16.
51. June 2014 5151NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Directorate Horticulture and Farm Forestry, Chhattisgarh The state’s position as the ‘Rice Bowl of Central India’ and its reliance on agriculture have led to brisk growth in the food processing industry as a special-thrust industry. Under 2015-16, the state government allocated US$ 829.46 million for the state’s food security initiative, expected to cover 85% of the population in Chhattisgarh. During kharif season until September 2015, Apex Bank of Chhattisgarh disbursed US$ 378.23 million as crop loans. The food and storage department witnessed a 43 per cent decrease in allocation of funds in the state budget 2016-17. For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES – FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY…(1/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Horticulture production (metric tonnes) and area (hectare) Category Area Production 2015-16 Key crops Fruits 236,374 2,316,728 Banana, papaya, cashew nut, mango and guava Vegetables 436,887 6,046,485 Tomato, potato Spices 96,296 685,616 Turmeric, ginger, chilly Flowers 10,699 50,968 Rose, gerbera, gladiola, marigold Aromatic & medicinal plants 8,260 66,061 Aloe vera, lemon grass, citridora, khus Total horticulture crop production volume (in 000’MT) and area (in 000’ha.) Source: Directorate Horticulture and Farm Forestry, Chhattisgarh 624 662 699 789 6,827 7,525 8,016 9,166 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Area Production
52. June 2014 5252NOVEMBER 2016 Source: Directorate Horticulture and Farm Forestry, Chhattisgarh For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org KEY INDUSTRIES – FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY…(2/2) CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET Fruit production (in thousand metric tonnes) and area (hectare) Category Area (Ha.) Production 2014-15 (in MT) Category Area (Ha.) Production 2014-15 (in MT) Mango 67,119 3,86,667 Litchi 5,548 39,152 Banana 23,870 5,64,434 Water melon 2,695 27,689 Papaya 12,410 2,75,788 Musk melon 1,479 13,848 Guava 19,611 1,71,881 Ber 3,903 71,038 Leman 11,419 83,490 Aonla 3,354 36,205 Orange 64 1,236 Sapota 205 1,070 Jack Fruit 8,734 1,76,253 Pomegranate 274 2,036 S. Orange 346 2,008 Coconut 1,706 19,169 Cashew Nut 27,799 23,039 Pear 975 5,045
53. June 2014 5353NOVEMBER 2016 Biodiversity, a dedicated biotechnology policy, and abundance of medicinal plants of over 1,500 varieties are some of the factors that make the state a natural destination for the herbal-medicinal industry. Forests cover 43.85% of the total geographical area of Chhattisgarh, and the state supplies 17% of the total raw material consumed by AYUSH industries in India. The state accounts for 16.8% of India’s total exports of herbs and medicinal plants. During 2015-16, the production of aromatics as well as medicinal plants in the state was recorded to be 72.06 thousand MT. National Medicinal Plants Board is the body involved in funding of herbal medicine processing units for value added products, under National Mission on Medicinal Plants. Till November 2015, one processing unit was established in the state under the scheme. Under the 'Make in Chhattisgarh‘ initiative, the state government has proposed to develop India's largest herbal and medicinal park in Dhamtari, on an area of around 250 acres. For conservation, development and sustainable management of medicinal plants, the central government invested around US$ 1 million in 2014-15. The approximate cost of the project is US$ 3.8 to 5.3 million. The park is being developed under the PPP mode by Ramky Infrastructure Ltd. Source: Credible Chhattisgarh, 2015, News articles, PPP: Public-Private Partnership, Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation Limited CHHATTISGARH THE MINERAL BASKET KEY INDUSTRIES – HERBAL-MEDICINAL INDUSTRY Proposed clusters under PPP model Detailed progress of medicinal plantation target and achieved area (hectares) Name Species Target Achieved (2014-15) Barnawapara, Kota, Surguja Satavari (Asparagus racemosus) 150 51.0 Barnawapara, Kawardha Kalmegh 200 100.0 Panabaras, Antagarh, Kota, Surguja Giloy 100 35.0 Barnawapara, Kawardha Sarpagandha 50 3.9 Antagarh, Kota Baibiding 100 22.0 For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org
54. June 2014 5454NOVEMBER 2016 Chhattisgarh is one of the richest mineral sources in the country, including precious minerals such as gold and diamonds. The state is projected to emerge as one of the 22 economical diamond mines in the world, once production commences. Global mining companies such as ACC Rio Tinto and Geomysore Services Pvt Ltd are engaged in reconnaissance and prospecting operations for gold deposits in the state. The state has reserves of alexandrite, a rare gem mineral, as well as other gemstones such as garnet, beryl, rosy quartz and amethyst. Baghmara is the only gold mine in Chhattisgarh, which is set for auction by the state government for mining operations. The state h