Trivandrum Capital Region Knowledge Industries

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Published on March 9, 2009

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The presentation discusses the future developments of the Knowledge Sector in the Trivandrum Capital Region and the resulting demand for social amenities in the region till 2020.

Trivandrum Capital Region Impact of Knowledge and High- Technology Industries January 29, 2009 Ajay Prasad Trivandrum Development Front

Trivandrum Capital Region - Snapshot Trivandrum • Capital of Kerala State Political Status • Tier II City Status • Largest city in Kerala • >1 million (Core City Area) Population • >1.5 million (Agglomeration) • 300 Sq.Km. (Agglomeration) Area • 2200 Sq. Km. (District) IT/ITES, Tourism, Services, Textiles, Major Industries Aerospace, Electronics, Small and Medium-scale manufacturing • Per Capita Income – Rs 102,000 Economic Demographics • 30% of population in SEC A &B • Air (International and Domestic) Connectivity • Rail and Road • 4% CAGR Urban Growth Rate • >90% Literacy Rate

IT & High-technology Industries @ Tvm - Snapshot Total Number of Employees Approx. 25,000 Indirect Employment > 50,000 Total Number of Companies 150 Total IT Exports Rs 2500 Crores Share of Kerala's Total > 70% Share of India's Total Approx. 1% Built-up Space in Technopark 4 million Sq.ft Space in Development 3 Million Sq,ft Proposed Space > 15 Million Sq.ft. Infosys, TCS, UST Global, IBS, NEST, Toonz, Tata Elxsi, E&Y, Major Companies RR Donnelly, Allianz, RMESI, RWDI, InApp, Mckinsey

Why is Trivandrum best suited to be the IT hub of Kerala? World Class Facilities Strategic Location Technopark, Technocity, KINFRA industrial parks Excellent Air, Rail and Road World Class R&D Hubs Connectivity International Deepwater VSSC, CDAC, RRL, IIST, IISER Port Trivandrum Digital Capital Abundant International Excellent Human Resources Data Connectivity Top-class Educational Institutions FALCON landing station Low Cost and High Quality Natural Beauty and of Living; World-class Social Tourist Attractions and Urban Infrastructure

Upcoming Projects – Technopark Phase II & III Technopark Phase II – Total area of 86 acres; notified as SEZ – 50 acres handed over to Infosys and 36 acres to UST Global – Infosys has commenced work on its campus • Phase I to be operational in May 2009 • Eventual capacity of 12,000 IT professionals by 2012 – UST Global is set to commence work in a few weeks with a final plan for 2.5 million sq.ft. Technopark Phase III – Total area of 88 acres; notified as SEZ – Technopark to develop 2.1 million sq.ft. By 2013 – Private developer to build campus on a 42-acre parcel • Selection process in progress – Total of over 35,000 direct employment opportunities by 2015

Upcoming Projects – Technocity • Technocity is to be developed on a total extent of 450 acres • It will be an Integrated Development encompassing not just IT/business space but also residential, commercial, retail, hospitality, medical and educational facilities – In short, it will be a brand new “Techno” City! • Dedicated power supply, water supply and sewerage facilities have to be developed • The project is being jointly developed by Technopark and Kerala State IT Infrastructure Limited (KSITIL) • Technocity will have over 15 million sq.ft. of IT space when complete in 2018 – It will generate 100,000 to 150,000 direct jobs by 2018 • Leading international developer Forest City Enterprises has expressed interest in developing a Knowledge City within the project

Upcoming Projects – Imagery UST Global Phase I Infosys Phase I Phase III Campus Technocity Campus (Artist's Impression)

Upcoming Projects – Others Biotechnology Park • KSIDC is developing a Biotechnology Park/Medicity on a 250 acre plot about 1 Km North of Technocity • It will provide space for biotechnology, medical research, medical manufacturing, pharmaceutical and medical care firms Telecom City • SIDCO and ITI, Bangalore together are developing a dedicated 4 million Sq.ft. facility for manufacturing telecommunications equipment at Kazhakkoottam KINFRA Film and Video Park • It is already India's first SEZ for Animation and Gaming • Massive expansion planned to meet strong demand from industry

Railway Line Courtesy: The Hindu

IT Corridor Infrastructure • Trivandrum is endowed with a natural alignment of seaport, airport, rail hubs, IT & knowledge industry clusters and social infrastructure between Chackai and Thonnakkal on the NH-47 • Immediate steps need to be taken to develop it into a formalised IT Corridor • Areas along the IT Corridor needed to be zoned for mixed- development, to permit commercial, residential and institutional development along its length • An increased FAR needs to be provided to encourage growth • The road needs to be widened to 6 lanes with 2 service lanes immediately – By 2014, the road may need to be widened to 8 lanes • Electricity, water and sewerage facilities need to be developed in anticipation of growth • Mass Transit arrangements need to be put in place along the Corridor – Initially BRTS can be implemented followed by a higher-capacity system like a mono-rail.

Electronics Hardware Sector • Trivandrum has a strong presence in the sector since the early days of KELTRON • Trivandrum posses unique advantages to emerge as a hub of electronics hardware and semiconductor manufacturing – Strong R&D presence with institutions like CDAC and NIIST – Firms like NEST & Tata Elxsi are already active in the field – Skilled talent pool – engineers and technicians – Low labour cost – Strong logistics – Port & Airport • Key industries may be: – Hardware assembly – Semiconductor fabrication, assembly and testing – Non-conventional energy – Telecommunications – Aerospace and Defence electronics • KINFRA is planning a Electronics Hub on 1000 Acres near Pothencode

Biotechnology and Medical Sector • Trivandrum has several distinct advantages in developing into a center of the biotechnology industry – Extensive biological diversity in the vicinity – Existing instiutions like RGCB, TGBRI, SCIMST and so on – Large pool of skilled and experienced talent – Well developed medical sector – Association with related sectors like material sciences, computing and electronics • The proposed Biotechnology Park by KSIDC could be the spring board for development in this sector • With its unbeatable combination of world-class hospitals and tourist attractions, Trivandrum could also be a global hub for medical-value travel and medical outsourcing.

Material Sciences Sector • Trivandrum is home to leading institutions in the physical sciences like the NIIST and IISER – It is poised to be the home of a world-class Molecular Sciences Center for which the State Government will soon allote land • Material sciences like molecular biology and nanotechnology will be the biggest growth sectors in a few years from now • Nanotechnology could be the next big thing after IT and could be a trillion dollar industry in 10 years • Trivandrum can provide a R&D base for the new industries and later become a manufacturing hub • Material sciences could be made part of the proposed Electronics Hub by KINFRA

Employment Generated till 2018* (* Projections beyond 10 years may not be accurate) 250000 Technopark Phases Employee Strength I, II and III Technocity & Others 200000 Total Number of Employees 150000 100000 50000 0 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 Year Sources: NASSCOM, Mckinsey, AT Kearney, PwC and Technopark studies

Additional Population Growth due to Knowledge Sector till 2018 500000 Population Growth due to Knowledge Sector Technopark Phases I, II and III Technocity & Others 400000 Total Additional Population 300000 200000 100000 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 Year Sources: NASSCOM, Mckinsey, AT Kearney, PwC and Technopark studies

Housing Demand Generated till 2020 120000 Technopark Phases Demand for Residential Units I, II and III Technocity & Others Total 90000 No. of Units 60000 30000 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 Years Sources: NASSCOM, Mckinsey, AT Kearney, PwC and Technopark studies

Power Demand Generated till 2018 1800 1600 Total Power Additional Power Demand Demand (MVA) 1400 (Includes only Office and Residential Demand) 1200 1000 MVA 800 600 400 200 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 Years Sources: NASSCOM, Mckinsey, AT Kearney, PwC and Technopark studies

Water Demand & Sewage Generation till 2018 80 Total Water Additional Water and Sewage Demand Demand (MLD) 70 Total Sewage Created (MLD) (Includes only Office and Residential Demand) 60 50 MLD 40 30 20 10 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 Years Sources: NASSCOM, Mckinsey, AT Kearney, PwC and Technopark studies

Zones of Development Residential Zone Commercial/Industrial Zone

Conclusion • The Trivandrum Capital Region to be formally created to cater to the expansion needs of the Trivandrum Metropolitan Area • A centralised authority to plan and co-ordinate development of the TCR – TRIDA could be expanded for this role • The development zones discussed here to be brought within the purview of the Master Plan – The IT/Industrial areas will witness the most development going forward • The IT Corridor to be formalised immediately – Infrastructure and planning incentives like extra FAR to be provided – A special development agency to be created for this • All future infrastructure expansion to keep at least 2020 demand levels in mind

Thank You For further information, Contact: Trivandrum Development Front W :- www.tribiz.in E:- contact@tribiz.in Please contact us for an editable version of this presentation

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