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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA M I N I S T R Y O F MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES

2012-13

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MSME--DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE MSME M I N I S T R Y O F MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES SHAHEED CAPTAIN GAUR MARG, OPP. OKHLA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, OKHLA, NEW DELHI – 110020 PH: 011 - 26838118, 26838269, 26838068 FAX: 011- 26838016

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FOREWORD The Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development Institute, Okhla, New Delhi has prepared an Industrial Profile of Delhi. The objective to prepare the Industrial Profile of Delhi is to make the information readily available in respect of location, Administrative Set Up, Industrial Area available, growth of MSMEs, trend of MSMEs, clusters etc. to the existing as well as prospective Entrepreneurs. The available Data has been compiled and the profile is prepared. It is expected that this Industrial Profile will be useful for Government & Non-Government promotional & Developmental Agencies engaged in promotion & Development of SMEs in Delhi. I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the officers of O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi and Heads of other Departments for extending their co-operation in preparing this Industrial Profile. I also place on records my appreciation to Smt. Shivani, Asstt. Director(E.I.), Shri Mohd. Shahid, Asstt. Director(Mech.), Ms. Vanshi Uniyal, Investigator(Chem.), Sh. Rakesh Bhardwaj, UDC, Sh. Y. Venkateshwar, UDC & Smt. Uma Dhingra, Stenographer of this Institute for their hard work in bringing out report in this form.

(R.P. VAISHYA) DIRECTOR DATE: 14.08.2012 PLACE: NEW DELHI

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CONTENTS S. No. 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5

TOPIC General Characteristics of Delhi Location & Geographical Area Topography Availability of Minerals. Forest Administrative set up

2. 2.1 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3

District at a glance Existing Status of Industrial Area in Delhi Industrial Scenario Of Delhi Industry at a Glance Year Wise Trend Of Units Registered Details Of Existing Micro & Small Enterprises & Artisan Units In The

3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.7.1 3.8 4. 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 Dal & Besa 4.2.3 4.2.4 5.

Large Scale Industries / Public Sector undertakings Vendorisation / Ancillarisation of the Industry Medium Scale Enterprises Service Enterprises Potentials areas for service industry Potential for new MSMEs for new manufacturing sector Existing Clusters of Micro & Small Enterprise 3 Detail Of Major Clusters Manufacturing Sector Service Sector Details of Identified cluster Cosmetic & Packaging Dall & Besasn Printing & Packaging Pottery Cluster General issues raised by industry association during the course of meeting

.

Step to set up MSMEs Annexure-A

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BRIEF INDUSTRIAL PROFILE OF DELHI 1.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DELHI The National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) is known to have been inhabited since 6th

century BC. Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many empires which have left behind a plethora of monuments that the grandeur and glory of bygone ages. A city which traces its history to Mahabharata, the great epic tale of wars fought between estranged cousins, the Kauravas and the Pandavas for the city of Indraprastha.

Remnants of the glorious past survive as important

monuments in different parts of the city. Historically, the city has long since been the foremost in political importance with successive dynasties choosing it as their seat of power, between the 13th and 17th century. Mughals ruled Delhi starting from Tuglaqs to Bahadur Shah Zafar. Thereafter, city of Delhi passed to British in 1803 AD. The Britishers shifted the capital from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911. Delhi was converted in to Union Territory in 1956 and Chief Commissioner was gradually replaced by Lieutenant Governor. In 1991, the National Capital Territory Act was passed by the Parliament and enforcement of legislation came in 1993. Over the years, Delhi has also evolved as an educational and Industrial Hub. There are several educational institutes of International Repute in the Field of Engineering, Medicine and Humanities etc.

1.1

Location & Geographical Area: Delhi is located in northern India between the latitudes of 28°-24’-17”and 28°-53’-00”

North and longitudes of 76°-50’-24” and 77°-20’-37” East. Delhi shares borders with the States of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Delhi has an area of 1,483 sq. kms. Its maximum length is 51.90 kms and greatest width is 48.48 kms.

1.2 Topography Delhi, the capital of India is bounded by the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plains in the North and East, by Thar desert in the West and by Aravalli hill ranges in the South. The terrain of Delhi 1

is flat in general except for a low NNE-SSW trending ridge which is considered and extention of the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. The ridge may be said to enter Delhi from the South West. The eastern part of the ridge extends up to Okhla in the South and disappears below Yamuna alluvium in the NE on the right bank of the river.

Delhi ridge forms a dominating feature in this region. It originates from the Aravalli range in the south and encircle the west, north east and north west parts of the city. Yamuna is the only major river flowing through Delhi. Another river called the Hindan River separates Ghaziabad from the Eastern Part of Delhi. Delhi falls under sei seismic smic zone IVth, making it vulnerable to major earth quakes. Delhi has the third largest tree cover among cities in India.

1.3 Production Of Mineral 2010 - 11: Not available. S.NO.

PRODUCTION in tones 2010-11

NAME OF MINERAL

MAJOR MINERAL 1 MINOR 1

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1.4

Forest As per the India State of Forest Report (SFR)-2009, the total Forest and Tree Cover of

NCT of Delhi is 299.58 sq. km. (20.20%) as against 283sq. km. (19.09%) reported in SFR-2005. This is made up of 123 sq. kms. of tree cover and 176.58 sq. kms. of forest cover making a total of 299.58 sq. kms. Thus, despite several infrastructural projects and large scale construction taking place in Delhi there is an increase of Green Cover of Delhi from 19.09% to 20.20% which works out to 1.11% of the geographic area.

SFR -2003 Category

India SFR – 2009

(area in sq. km./% of (area in sq. km./% of (area in sq. km./% of

geographic area) Tree

SFR-2005

Cover

geographic area)

geographic area)

98 (6.61%)

107 ( 7.22%)

123 (8.29%)

170 (11.46%)

176 (11.87%)

176.58 (11.91%)

268 ( 18.07%)

283 (19.09%)

299.58 (20.20%)

Forest Cover Source: Forest Survey of India, Ministry of Environment and Forests, G.O.I. (internet)

1.5 Administrative set up. Delhi has been divided into nine Districts. Each District is headed by a Dy. Commissioner. There are 27 Sub-Divisions in entire Delhi. Every district has three SubDivisions. Each Sub-Division is headed by Sub Divisional Magistrate. All the Dy. Commissioners report to the Divisional Commissioner.

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2. DISTRICT AT A GLANCE: S.No. 1 (A)

Particular Geographical features Geographical Data

Year

Unit

Statistics

i)

Latitude

North Latitude 28°-24′-17” to 28°-53’-00”

ii)

Longitude

iii)

Geographical Area

East Longitude 76°-50′-24” to 77°-20’-37” Hectares 148300 Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011

(B)

Administrative Units i)

Sub Division

Nos.

27

ii)

Tehsils

Nos.

27

iii)

Sub-Tehsil

Nos.

-

iv)

Patwar Circle

Nos.

-

v)

Panchayat Samitis

Nos.

-

vi)

Nagar Nigam

Nos.

3

vii)

Nagar Palika

Nos.

1

viii) Cantonment Board

Nos.

1

ix)

Nos.

-

Nos.

357

Nos.

70

Gram Panchayats

x) Revenue villages xi)

Assembly Area

Source: Divisional Commissioner, Delhi Administration Delhi

2. (A)

Population

2011

Nos.

16753235

Sex wise i) Male

2011

Nos.

8976410

2011

Nos.

7776825

2011

Nos.

419319

ii) (B)

Female

Rural Population

Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011& Census 2011 ( internet)

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3.

Agriculture

A.

Land utilization i)

Total Area

2010-11

Hectare

148300

ii)

Forest cover

2010-11



9453

iii)

Non Agriculture Land

2010-11



74855

iv)

Cultivable Barren land

2010-11



16064

Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011

4.

Forest i)

Forest

2010-11

Hectare

9453

Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011

5.

Livestock & Poultry

A

Cattle

B

i)

Total Cows

2007

Nos.

91945

ii)

Total Buffalos

2007

Nos.

278304

Other Livestock i)

Goats

2007

Nos.

20836

ii)

Pigs

2007

Nos.

19989

iii)

Dogs & Bitches

2007

Nos.

-

Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011

6.

Railways i)

2010-11

Length of rail line

5

Route Kms.

183

ii)

Roads (a) National Highway

2009-10

Kms.(lane Km.)

424(P)

(b) Local Bodies i) MCD 27139(lane Km.) ii) NDMC 1550(lane Km.) iii) Delhi Cantonment Board 144 (lane Km.) (c) Main District Highway

2009-10

Kms.(lane Km.)

28573(P)

2009-10

Kms.(lane Km.)

-

(d) Other District & Rural Roads

2009-10

Kms.(lane Km.)

2435(P)

(e) Rural road / Agriculture Marketing Board Roads

2009-10

Kms.(lane Km.)

-

(f) Kachacha Road

2009-10

Kms.(lane Km.)

-

Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011

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Communication (a) Telephone connection(landline) (b) Post Offices

2010-11

Nos.

1546432

2010-11

Nos.

573

(c) Telephone center (Sanchar Haat)

2010-11

Nos.

56

(d) Density of Telephone

2010-11

111.60%

(e)Density of Telephone

2010-11

(f) PCO Rural

2010-11

Nos./1000 person Nos. per KM. Nos.

(g) PCO STD

2010-11

Nos.

12018

(h) Mobile

2010-11

Nos.

1649

2505841 Source: MTNL, Delhi

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Public Health (a) Allopathic Hospital

2010-11

Nos.

789

(b) Beds in Allopathic Hospital

2010-11

Nos.

40677

(c) Beds in Ayurvedic Hospital / Unani Hospitals

2010-11

Nos.

8

(d) Beds in Ayurvedic Hospital / Unani Hospitals (e) Homeopathic Hospitals

2010-11

Nos.

800

2010-11

Nos.

2

(f) Beds in Homeopathic Hospitals

2010-11

Nos.

150

(g) Community health Centers

2010-11

Nos.

-

(h) Primary Health Centers

2010-11

Nos.

8

(i)Dispensaries i) Allopathic : 604 ii) Ayurvedic/Unani : 194 iii)Homeopathic : 144 (j) Sub Health Centers

2010-11

Nos.

942

2010-11

Nos.

-

(k)Private Hospitals (Private Registered Nursing Homes/Volunteer Organization)

2010-11

Nos.

676

Source: Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2011

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Banking Commercial (a) Commercial Bank

2010-11

Nos.

2491

(b) Rural Bank Products

2010-11

Nos.

0

(c) Co-Operative Bank Products

2010-11

Nos.

81

(d) PLDB Branches

2010-11

Nos.

0 Source : RBI, New Delhi

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Education (a) Pre Primary

2010-11(as on 30-092010)

Nos.

50

(b) Primary School

2010-11(as on 30-092010)

Nos.

2563

(c) Middle Schools

2010-11(as on 30-092010)

Nos.

588

(d) Secondary Schools

2010-11(as on 30-092010)

Nos.

480

(e) Senior Secondary Schools

2010-11(as on 30-092010)

Nos.

1392

(f) Colleges

2010-11

Nos.

180

(g)Technical University

2010-11

Nos.

02

Source: Directorate of Education & Directorate of Higher Education, Delhi

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2.1 Existing Status of Industrial Areas in Delhi. S.N. Name of Ind. Area

Land acquired (in hectare)

Land developed (in Hectare

Prevailing Rate Per Sqm. (in Rs.)

No. of Plots

No. of allotted Plots

No. of vacant plots

No. units

of in

production

1

Bawana

778

778

-

16312

16312

-

16312

2

Narela

247

247

-

1813

1813

-

1813

3

Okhla Indl Area Ph-III

60 acre

60 acre

-

163

163

-

163

4

Patparganj

130 acre

5261

-

500

500

-

500

5

Badli Ph-I and II

76 acre

76 acre

-

369

369

-

369

6

Okhla Ph-I and II

50 acre

50 acre

-

126

126

-

126

7

Functional Indl. Estate for Electronics S block, O.I.A. Ph –II Functional Indl. Estate for Electronics A block, O.I.A. Ph –II Rani Jhansi Road

12.5 acre

12.5 acre

-

104

104

-

104

9 acre

9 acre

-

76

76

-

76

-

-

-

395

395

-

395

-

-

-

571

571

-

571

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Rani Jhansi road flatted factories Okhla flatted factories

-

-

-

294

294

-

294

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G. T. Karnal Road

-

-

-

-

352

-

-

13

Wazirpur Indl. Area

-

-

-

-

858

-

-

14

Wazirpur Ph-IV

-

-

-

-

767

-

-

15

-

-

-

16

-

-

-

-

-

332

-

-

17

Wazirpur Printing complex Lawarance Road Indl. Area Rajasthani Udyog Nagar -

-

-

-

81

-

-

18

S.M.A. Society

-

-

-

-

116

-

-

19

S.S.C.I.

-

-

-

-

78

-

-

20

Keshopur (Tennries)

-

-

-

-

104

-

-

21.

Mangolpuri Ph-I

-

-

-

-

252

-

-

8

9 10

16

Indl. area

9

22.

Mangolpuri Ph-II

Indl. area

-

-

-

-

971

-

-

23

Manufacturing Udyog Nagar Indl. Area Kirti Nagar Indl. Area

-

-

-

-

278

-

-

-

-

-

-

941

-

-

-

-

-

-

386

-

-

26

Rewari Line Indl. area Ph-I Mayapuri Ph-II

-

-

-

-

1853

-

-

27

Naraina Indl area Ph-I

-

-

-

-

397

-

-

28

Naraina Indl area Ph-II

-

-

-

-

154

-

-

29

Naraina W.H.S

-

-

-

-

766

-

-

30

Okhla Indl Area Ph-I

-

-

-

-

1163

-

-

31

Okhla Indl Area Ph-II

-

-

-

-

855

-

-

32

Mohan Coop. society

-

-

-

-

384

-

-

33

Patparganj Indl. Area

-

-

-

-

4

-

-

34

Jhilmil Indl. Area

-

-

-

-

234

-

-

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Note: At present, Delhi has 32 planned Industrial Estates and flatted Factory Complexes. 21 Industrial Estates are under DDA and the rest are under DSIIDC and Industry Department. (Annexure-A) Source: S.No. 1 to 11 Industrial areas O/o the Commissioner of Industries & DSIIDC and S.No. 12 to 34 Industrial areas under Delhi Development Authority.

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3. INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO OF DELHI 3.1 Industry at a Glance S.No.

Head

Unit

Particulars

1

Registered Industrial Unit

NO.

20986

2

Total Industrial Unit

NO.

129000

3

Registered Medium & Large Unit

NO.

N/A

4

Estimated Avg. No. of Daily Worker

NO.

975194

Employed in Small Scale Industries

5

Only Regd. Indl .unit

Employment In Large And Medium

NO.

NIL

NO.

32 ( Annexure.A)

Industries 6

No. of Industrial Area

7

Turnover of Small Scale Ind.

In Lacs

N.A.

8

Turnover of Medium & Large Scale

In Lacs

N.A.

Industries Source: O/o Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi.

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3.2

Year Wise Trend Of Units Registered in Delhi YEAR NOS. OF REGISTERED UNITS Up to

SSI Units upto MSME from October 2006

EMPLOYMENT

INVESTMENT

1983-84

9345

70955

8551.50

1984-85

936

6573

1778.54

1985-86

953

8056

1875.07

1986-87

1331

10192

2875.11

1987-88

1098

8305

2473.07

1988-89

1182

9063

2497.45

1989-90

972

6291

1474.21

1990-91

914

6259

1376.74

1991-92

548

4778

1215.34

1992-93

704

5375

1187.19

1993-94

666

261508

50720.72

1994-95

477

527539

102605.70

1995-96

345

3543

1074.81

1996-97

89

2251

681.79

1997-98

54

1049

350.13

1998-99

6

98

73.47

1999-2000

33

669

678.84

2000-01

84

1490

1321.85

2001-02

54

5033

4187.26

2002-03

32

419

439.68

2003-04

64

2271

1563.62

2004-05

89

2664

2518.64

2005-06

44

926

3947.59

2006-07 2006-07

6 57

154 815

216.92 3500.00

2007-08

131

3922

4300.00

2008-09

70

2517

3300.00

2009-10

165

5525

5400.00

2010-11

199

9930

7800.00

2011-12

338

7024

11800.00

20986

29733

36100.00

Total

Source: O/o Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi.

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3.3 Details Of Existing Micro & Small Enterprises And Artisan Units In Delhi: NIC

TYPE OF INDUSTRY

CODE

NUMBER OF UNITS

INVESTMENT EMPLOYMENT (Lakh Rs.)

NO. 20

Agro based

19

475

608

22

Soda water

--

--

--

23

Cotton textile

2

45

45

24

Woolen, silk & artificial

2

36

40

7

210

280

60

1500

1920

17

595

595

Thread based clothes 25

Jute & jute based

26

Ready-made garments & emproidery

27

Wood/wooden

based

furniture 28

Paper & paper products

55

1925

1375

29

Leather based

22

748

660

31

Chemical/chemical based

9

315

135

30

142

5254

2556

32

Rubber, Plastic & petro based Mineral based

1

35

24

33

Metal based (steel fab.)

83

2905

2075

35

Engineering Units

73

2701

2044

36

151

5436

5285

97

Electrical machinery and transport equipment Repairing & servicing

85

3230

2550

01

Others

232

10690

9521

TOTAL

960

36100

29713

Source: O/o Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi.

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3.4 Large Scale Industries/Public Sector Undertakings: It has been reported by O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi that as per their information no large scale industries exists in Delhi in manufacturing Sector. However, there are some power plants such as Badarpur Thermal Power Station, Rajghat Power Station are managed by Public Sector. Some of the prominent public sector undertakings located in Delhi are as follows: 1

Delhi Transport Corporation, New Delhi

2

Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd ., HUDCO Bhawan, New Delhi

3

Indraprastha Gas Ltd., New Delhi

4

Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Limited ( A Government of India Enterprises), New Delhi

5

Intelligent Communications Systems India Ltd., New Delhi

6

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd,, New Delhi

3.5 Vendorisation/Ancillarisation of the Industry : There are some Micro Small & Medium Enterprises that are working for Maruti Suzuki Ltd ., Tata and Mahindra Companies.

3.6 Medium Scale Enterprises

:

It has been reported by O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi that there are no registered medium enterprises in Delhi.

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3.7. Service Enterprises: The Industrial Policy 2010 -2021 of Delhi envisages the development of non-polluting , Hi-tech industries in the IT, ITES, Knowledge based and service sector in Delhi. Hence, there is very good scope of development of service enterprises in the region.

3.7.1 Potentials areas for service Industry: Delhi has a large skill base. India Science Report-2005 points out that 30% of Delhi’s workforce has educational qualification(degree/ diploma) to pursue occupations in engineering, medicine, law, accounting, consultancy etc. In fact, among all the States, Delhi has the largest share of workforce so skilled, indicating that the State is ideal for knowledge-based economic activities like IT/ITeS services, financial and business services, designing, R & D etc. The following knowledge-based economic activities have very good potential to grow in Delhi:1. Software Industry 2. I.T. Service Industry a. Internet & Email Service Provider b. Electronic Data Interchane (EDI) Services c. Video conferencing 3. ITES Industry a. Customer interaction services, e. g., call/ contact centers and email Help desks b. Finance and accounting c. HR services & other Consulting d. Website Development and maintenance services e. Business process Outsourcing f. Electronics Design & Product Development g. Engineering Design& Product Development 4 Media 5. Biotechnology 15

6. R& D and Design a. Electronics R & D – Design & Product Development b. Engineering R & D – Design & Product Development c. Biotechnology R & D d. Design - Garments Industry, Gems & Jewellery, Web Design etc. 7. Business Services a. Accounting, auditing, book-keeping and Taxation Services b. Architectural & Engineering Services c. Advertising Services d. Market Research and public opinion services f. Management Consulting Services 8. Educational Services a. Technical Diploma Institutes b. Engineering Universities/ Institutes c. Management Institutes/universities d. Any Other professional or technical institute

Besides, the following enterprises also have good potential to grow in Delhi: 1. Repair & assembling of Computers 2. Repair & assembling of Electrical Gadgets 3. Repair & assembling of Electronics Gadgets 4. Cutting & Tailoring 5. Beauty Parlors & Saloons 6. Auto repairing 7. Mobile Repairing 16

8. Event Management 9. Educational Institutions & Coaching Centers 10. Hotel & Restaurants 11. Financial & legal consultancy services 12. SME consultancy 13. Servicing of R.O. & Water purifiers 14. Optician service shop 15. Gems Cutting and polishing

3.8 Potential for new MSMEs in Manufacturing Sector The following items/products have god potential to be manufactured in Delhi: 1. Gems & Jewellery 2. Handloom 3. Handicrafts & Decorative Items 4. Artificial Jewellery making 5. Khadi and Village industries 6. Bakery Products 7. Electrical Home Appliances 8. Packaged Food Products 9. Plastic Products 10. Water purifiers 11. Flavours, Perfumes, Fragrance & Deodorants 12. Garments 13. Steel Furniture & Office Furniture 17

14. CFL Lamps 15. Invertors & Batteries 16. Hosiery & allied Products 17. Detergent & cosmetic products 18. Leather goods 19. Leather Garments 20. Packaging Units 21. Printing 22. Optical lenses 23. Board & paper corrugation 24. Non PVC Footwear 25. Leather footwear 26. Corrugated Boxes 27. Leather Bags and accessories 28. Plastic Containers 29. Plastic films and bags 30. Steel Fabrication

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4 EXISTING CLUSTERS OF MICRO & SMALL ENTERPRISES

4.1 Details of Major Clusters in Delhi

4.1.1 Manufacturing Sector: At present, there are two clusters identified by MSME-DI Okhla, New Delhi viz. 1. Cosmetic & Packaging Cluster 2. Dall & Besan Mills Cluster

Besides, one cluster was identified earlier i. e. Printing & Packaging Cluster, Naraina, New Delhi. The soft interventions were carried out for a limited period in this Cluster. There is no activities in this cluster at present.

There is another Cluster identified by State Government i.e. Pottery Cluster.

4.1.2 Service Sector No Cluster exists.

4.2 Details for Identified Cluster The details of identified cluster in respect of Delhi are as under:

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4.2.1 Cosmetic & Packaging Cluster: 1.

Principal Products Manufactured in the cluster

Cosmetic Items

2.

Name of the SPV

3.

No. of functional units in the clusters

4.

Turnover of the Clusters

100 Crores

5.

Value of the Exports from the clusters.

20 Crores.

6.

Employment in Cluster

7.

Average investment in plant & machinery.

240

Direct 2200 Nos. Indirect 5000 Nos. Micro Enterprises 225 Nos. Investment Less than 25 Lac Small Enterprises 25 Nos. Investment Less than 1 crore and more than 25 Lac

8.

Major issues/requirement

Skill upgradation of personal Finance Infrastructure development

Present status of the cluster :- Spade work for the development of units in the cluster under MSEs CDP has been started with the help of Small Scale Cosmetic Manufacturers Association Delhi (Regd.).

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4.2.2 Dall & Besan Cluster: 1

Principal Products Manufactured in the cluster

Dall & Besan Mills

2.

Name of the SPV

3.

No. of functional units in the clusters

4.

Turnover of the Clusters

-

5.

Value of the Exports from the clusters.

-

6.

Employment in Cluster

-

7.

Average investment in plant & machinery.

-

8.

Testing needs

-

9.

Thrust area

-

10

Access to Export Market

-

50

Present status of the cluster :- Spade work for the development of units in the cluster under MSEs CDP has been started with the help of Lawrance Road Industrial Area Association Delhi.

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4.2.3 Printing & Packaging Cluster, Naraina, New Delhi 1 2.

Principal Products Manufactured Printing Materials , journals, magazines, Books etc. in the cluster Name of the Association Delhi Printers Association

3.

No. of functional units in the clusters

4.

Turnover of the Clusters

400 Crores,

5.

Value of the Exports from the clusters.

50 Crores.

6.

Employment in Cluster

7.

Average investment in plant & Units with Capital Investment(excluding Land & Buiding) more than 1 Crore - 50 Nos machinery

450

5000

Units with Capital Investment(excluding Land & Buiding) more than 25 lakhs < 1 Crore - 200 Nos Units with Capital Investment(excluding Land & Buiding) more than less than 25 Lakhs - 100 Nos SSI ancilliary units related to printing(Design, Prepress, Binding – 100 Nos.

8.

Major issues

Setting up of a common testing centre, R & D Centre and Skill development Centre Developing Buisiness Development Service provider in Technological upgradation Energy cvonservation, automation etc.

9.

Access to Export Market

Promoting Export by organizing Export awareness programme

10

Thrust Areas

Skill upgradation of workers and managerial capability of middle management can be enhanced. International exposure and marketing of the export growth is required. Improvement in existing infrastructure.

Present status of the cluster:- The cluster was identified by the MSME-DI New Delhi and soft interventions were carried out for a limited period for the members of Delhi Printers Associations. Hard interventions in the form of common facility centre is highly required. 22

The State Government also identified one cluster in Delhi i.e. Pottery Cluster. The detail of the Cluster is as given below:

4.2.4 Pottery Cluster * Platters Pot, water pitcher, decorative items and various utility items

1.

Principal Products Manufactured in the cluster

2.

Name of the SPV

3.

No. of functional units in the clusters

4.

Turnover of the Clusters

17 crore

5.

Value of the Exports from the clusters.

8 Lakh

6.

Employment in Cluster

7.

Average investment in plant & machinery.

8.

Major issues/requirement

9.

Presence of capable institutions

They are not organized. South Asia Foundation is doing its best efforts to organize them into self help group and to link them with Nationalized banking system

10.

Thrust area

There are good opportunities/potential for export to explore. Recently received an order of Rupees Ten Lakh from Nepal and also expected an order of Rs. 15 Lakhs from Bhutan.

11.

Problems and constraints

It is difficult task to channelize this cluster and coordinate with different ministries and departments.

South Asia Foundation 700

2500 7 crore

Yes

*Note: This cluster is not recognized as per MPD 2021. Present Status: Under process

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5.

General issues raised by Industry association during the course of meeting:

1. Majority of the MSME Units are facing difficulties

in obtaining EM- Part II due to

cumbersome procedure for issue of MCD Licenses and NOC from Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC). Because of that the MSMEs are unable to get the benefit under the various Govt. Schemes . 2. There is lack of availability of timely credit. Entrepreneurs are facing difficulties in getting Bank Loan. Banks avoid accepting the cases under Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme specially for the new entrepreneurs. 3. The availability of land for industrial use is a major bottleneck for entrepreneurs of Delhi. More Flatted Factory Complexes are needed to overcome this problem. 4. Delhi has excellent overall infrastructure, but the state of infrastructure and facilities available within the industrial estates is poor. The industrial estates suffer from bad quality roads, poor drainage, encroachments and lack of parking facilities. 5. Some of State Govt.Agencies /PSUs not recognize NSIC Certificates and insist for earnest money. 6. Deficiency of trained operators & service providers for manufacturing and service sector units.

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6. STEPS TO SET UP MSMEs Following are the brief description of different agencies for rendering assistance to the entrepreneurs. S.No.

Type of assistance

1.

Provisional Registration O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Certificate (EM-1) & Delhi, 419, FIE, Udyog Sadan, Patparganj, Delhi-92 Permanent Registration Certificate (EM-II)

2.

Identification of Project Profiles, techno-economic and managerial consultancy services, market survey and economic survey reports.

MSME-DI, Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi-110020

Land and industrial shed

DSIIDC, N-36, Bombay Life Building, Connaught Place, New Delhi

3.

Name & address of agencies.

NSIC Ltd., Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi-110020 Various Banks located in Delhi region.

O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, 419, FIE,Udyog Sadan, Patparganj, Delhi-92 Delhi Development Authority, Vikas Sadan, INA, New Delhi. 4.

Financial assistance

Various Banks located in Delhi Region, State Financial Corporation, Janak Puri, Delhi

5.

For raw materials under Govt O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of . supply. Delhi, 419, FIE,Udyog Sadan, Patparganj, Delhi NSIC Ltd., Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi20

6.

Plant and machinery under NSIC Ltd., Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhihire/purchase basis. 20

7.

Power/electricity

Bombay Suburban electric Supply(BSES), BSES Rajdhani Power Limited, BSES Bhawan, Nehru Place, New Delhi – 110019 28

Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited formerly known as North Delhi Power Limited(NDPL), Tatapower-ddl House, Hudson Lines,Kingsway Camp, Delhi-110 009 8.

Technical know-how

MSME-DI, Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi NSIC Ltd., Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, 419, FIE, Udyog Sadan, Patparganj, Delhi

9.

Quality & Standard

Bureau of Indian Standards(BIS), Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi.

10.

Marketing/Export assistance

Federation of Indian Export Organization (FIEO), Niryat Bhawan, Rao Tula Ram Marg, Opp. Army Hospital Research & Referral, New Delhi. Export Promotion Council, Janpath Hotel, Ist Floor, New Delhi. O/o DC(MSME), Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi MSME-DI, Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi NSIC Ltd., Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi

11.

Other Promotional Agencies.

NSIC Ltd., Okhla Industrial Estate, Okhla, New Delhi O/o the Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, 419, FIE, Udyog Sadan, Patparganj, Delhi O/o DC(MSME), Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi Delhi Development Authority, Vikas Sadan, INA, New Delhi. Municipal Corporation of Delhi, Town Hall, Delhi. Delhi Financial Corporation, D-Block, Janakpuri, Pankha Road, New Delhi. 29

Delhi State Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd., New Delhi. Tool Room & Training Centre, Wazirpur Industrial Area, Delhi – 52. KVIC, K Block Chaudhary Building, Connaught Circus, New Delhi - 110001 Delhi Khadi and Village Industries Board (DKVIB), 2nd floor, Udyog Sadan, Plot No. 419, FIE, Patparganj , Delhi 110092 Delhi Productivity Council, 1 E /10, Swami Ramtirath Nagar, New Delhi -110055. Factory Licensing, Nigam Bhwan, Kashmere Gate, Delhi -110006. Delhi Pollution Control Committee, 4th floor, ISBT Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi -110006. Small Industries Development Bank of India,11th Floors, Videocon Tower, E -1, Rani Jhansi Road, Jhandewalan Extension, New Delhi -110055 National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), NABARD TOWER 24, Rajendra Place, New Delhi -110008. Reserve Bank of India, Rural Planning and Credit Department, 6,Sansad Marg, New Delhi 110001 State Bank of India, 11, Sansad Marg , New Delhi 110001. Premier Industrial Associations like FISME, PHD, CII, Laghu Udhyog Bharti, AICOMA , Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) , Apex Chamber of Commerce & Industry etc..

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Annexure A

Existing Status of Industrial Areas in Delhi S.No.

Name of Ind. Area

1

G.T. Karnal Road Industrial Area

2

Rajasthani Udyog Nagar Industrial Area

3

S.M.A Industrial Area

4

S.S. Industrial Area

5

S.S.I. Industrial Area

6

Wazirpur Industrial Area

7

Udyog Nagar Industrial Area

8

Mangol Puri Industrial Area( Both DDA & DSIDC)

9

Mangol Puri Industrial Area

10

Narela Industrial Area

11

Bawana Industrial Area

12

Okhla Industrial Area, Phase –I & II

13

Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase-III

14

Functional Industrial Estate for Electronics S-Block, Okhla Industrial Area Phase-II

15

Functional Industrial Estate for Electronics A-Block, Okhla Industrial Area Phase-II

16

Mohan Cooperative Industrial Estate

17

Rani Jhansi Road

18

Shahzeda Bagh Industrial Area

19

Jhilmil Industrial Area

20

Friends Colony Industrial Area, Shahdara

21

Patpar Ganj Industrial Area

22

Shahdara Industrial Area

23

Naraina Industrial Area Phase –I & phase –II

24

Mayapuri Industrial Area Phase-I & Phase-II

25

Tilak Nagar Industrial Area

26

Kirti Nagar Industrial Area

27

D.L.F Industrial Area, Moti Nagar

28

Najafgarh Road Industrial Area

29

Flatted Factories Complex at Rani Jhansi Road

30

Flatted Factories Complex, Okhla

31

Flatted Factories for Leather Goods, Wazirpur Industrial Area

32

Flatted Factories Complex at Jhilmil Industrial Area

31

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