JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
ANNEXURE - I
date: “Effective date”
means the date on which the provisions of this Policy come into force i.e. 01.04.2011.
This Policy will remain in force for 5 years up to 31.03.2016.
Unit/Industrial concern: 'Industrial unit / concern' means any unit / concern engaged
or to be engaged in manufacturing / processing / servicing industry under
the following categories:
listed under the First Schedule of the Industries (Development and
Regulation) Act 1951 as amended from time to time.
falling within the purview of the following Boards / Agencies:
(i) Small Industries Board
(ii) Coir Board
(iii) Silk Board
(iv) All India Handloom and Handicrafts
(v) Khadi and Village Industries
(vi) Any other
agency constituted by the Government of India or Government of Jharkhand
for industrial development.
c) Other categories:
(i) Mining or
development of mines
maintenance, repair, inspection or servicing of machinery of any
description or vehicles or vessels or motorboats or trailers of tractors.
(iii) The setting
up or development of an Industrial Area, Industrial Estate, Integrated
Infrastructure Development Export Promotion Industrial Park, Export
Promotion Zone or Growth Centre.
special or technical knowledge or other services for the promotion of
(v) Providing Engineering,
Technical, Financial, Managerial,
Marketing or other services or facilities for industry.
services relating to Information Technology, Telecommunication or
electronics including satellite linkage and audio or visual cable communication.
3. Existing Industrial Unit
Industrial Unit" means an industrial unit which is in commercial
production on or before 31.03.2011.
4. New Industrial Unit
Industrial Unit" means an industrial unit in which commercial production
has commenced within five years from 01.04.2011.
5. Sick Unit
unit" means an industrial unit declared sick by the Board for
Industrial and Financial Reconstruction under the Sick Industries Companies
(Special Provision) Act, 1985 or by the State Apex Committee for SSI headed
by the Director of Industries or the High Level Empowered Committee headed
by the Chief Secretary for large and medium sector. Sick units also include
units closed for being in red for years or for financial reasons or for
reasons of obsolete technology.
6. Expansion / Modernisation
"Expansion / Modernization of an existing unit would mean
additional fixed capital investment to the extent of 50% or more of the
non-depreciated value of fixed
capital investment just before taking up this expansion / modernization in
this unit leading to at least 70% of additional production of the capacity
along with 70% of the total created capacity after expansion.
Diversification of an existing unit would mean additional fixed
capital investment in to the extent of 50% or more of the non-depreciated
value of fixed capital investment just before taking up this
diversification in this unit leading to increase in turnover by 50% over
the highest turnover achieved during past three years immediately before
taking up this diversification.
result in production of at least one additional product. If the unit discontinue with the existing production, the increase
in turnover will not be considered.
N.B : Before
expansion/modernization/diversification the project proposal must be
submitted for approval. The approval shall be communicated within 30 days
of submission, if approval is not accorded within the stipulated time, it
will be deemed approval.
8. Fixed Capital Investment
capital investment' means an investment made in land, building, plant and
machinery as well as productive assets of permanent nature such as tools, jigs, fixtures, dies, crane, electrification except
DG Set and pollution control equipment.
9. Ancillary Industrial Unit
"Ancillary Industrial Unit" is an industrial unit in which
capital investment has been made up to the limit specified by the
Government of India from time to time.
10. Date of Production
"date of production" of an industrial unit shall mean the date on
which the unit actually commences commercial production of the item for
which the unit has been registered, as envisaged in sl. 35.2.
regards the date of production of a Micro and Small Units, the certificate
issued by the respective General Manager, District Industries Centre and
the respective Managing Director, Industrial Area Development Authority
would be valid.
(c) In case
of any dispute regarding the date of production of Micro and Small Unit,
issued by IADA's / GM, DIC the decision of the Director of Industries shall
(d) In case
of large and medium industries (other than SSI) the certificate issued by
the Director of Industries would be valid.
(e) In case
of any dispute regarding the date of production of large and medium
industries, issued by Director of Industries, the decision of the Principal
Secretary /Secretary Industries shall be final.
certificate for date of production has to be submitted for availing
benefits as envisaged in sl. no. 35 under JIP-2012.
11. Classification of Industrial Units
i. Micro, Small and Medium
Enterprise (MSME) Industry
Industry" is an Industrial unit in which capital investment has been made
up to the limit specified by the Government of India from time to time.
ii. Large Scale Industry
An industrial unit which is not classified as Micro, Small,
Medium and Mega Enterprises shall be classified as large scale industry.
iii. Mega Projects
Mega Project classification will be as below :
Rs 50 crore
Aluminium and other mineral based industries except cement
& Down-stream industries
Rs 50 crore
/ food processing, bio-technology/ pharmaceuticals
Rs 50 crore
reeling/spinning/ weaving / garmenting projects / apparel
Rs 25 crore
Technology (IT-ITEs industries)
Rs 50 crore
Except the above
mentioned sector-wise classification, projects in other sectors with
investment above Rs 250 crore will come under Mega project classification.
investors under above mentioned categories will be required to develop
ancillary industries for spares / consumables for their respective mega
units. The investment for their ancillary units will be in addition to the
investment shown above.
12. Classification of Backward Areas
For the purpose
of determination of types and quantum of incentives available under this
policy, different areas of the State are being classified into the
following categories :
Category A (Least Backward) :
Blocks in bracket have
been given District-wise. Ranchi
(Ranchi Sadar, Nagri, Ratu, Ormanjhi, Kanke and Namkum), East Singhbhum (Dhalbhum, Potaka,
Ghatshila, Nowamundi and Goalmuri), Dhanbad
(Govindpur, Jharia and Chirkunda), Seraikela-Kharsawan
(Chandil, Adityapur, Kharsawan, Gamharia), Bokaro (Chas, Bermo, Chandankayari, Chandrapura and Petarwar), Ramgarh (Ramgarh and Patratu)
and Giridih (Giridih Block)
Category B (Backward) :
Singhbhum (Jhinkpani and
Chakradharpur), Ramgarh (Mandu),
Dhanbad (Baliapur), Bokaro (Gomia and Jaridih), Hazaribagh (Hazaribagh, Katkamdag,
Daroo, Keredari, Barakagaon and Barhi), Giridih (Saria), Kodarma
(Chandwara), Chatra (Tandwa),
Dumka (Dumka Sadar), Godda (Godda and Sundarpahari), Khunti (Khunti), Deoghar (Madhupur, Devipur and
Deoghar), Latehar (Chandwa), Garhwa (Garhwa and Bhawnathpur), Palamau (Daltonganj), Saraikela- Kharsawan (Rajnagar) and
district headquarters of the remaining districts.
Category C (Most Backward) :
All remaining blocks not mentioned in category A and
covered under Tourism for exemption in entertainment tax will mean New
Multiplex Cinema hall of at least 03 Screens with minimum capital
investment of Rs 3.00 crore & above with modern projection system,
sound system, air conditioner, generator set, furniture & fixtures etc.
processing industries will be categorized / classified as per Government of
energy - as defined and explained by Ministry of Renewable Energy,
Government of India, from time to time.
16. NETVAT - means tax payable and
paid, under sub-section (I) of Section 17 of Jharkhand Value Added Tax Act,