·      Introduction

·      Objective

·      Strategy

·      Land

·      Mines

·      Water

·      Infrastructure

·      Human Resources Development

·      Skill Development

·      Entrepreneurship Development

·      Incubation Centre

·      Industrial Area Development Authority

·      Development of New Private Industrial Area

·      Industrial Corridor

·      Industrial Parks

·      Special Economic Zone

·      Cluster Development

·      Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)

·      Value Addition

·      Promotion of Sericulture, Handloom & Handicraft

·      Textile and Apparel

·      Promotion of Agro Food Processing based Industries

·      Automobile and Auto Components

·      Energy

·      Promotion of FDI

·      Information Technology / Bio Technology

·      Tourism

·      Film Industry

·      Export Promotion

·      Industrial Sickness

·      Industrial Finance

·      Incentives & Concession

·      Expansion / Modernisation / Diversification

·      General Provisions

·      Date of Production

·      Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

·      Facilitation

·      Monitoring & Review

·      Power of the State Government

·      Annexure – I

·      Annexure – II

·      Abbreviation




12.1    Industrial Area Development Authorities (IADA) under its command area will be responsible for acquisition of land and development of infrastructural facilities, such as roads, drainage, parks, water supply and public utilities for the industrial area under their control.

                        Land / Sheds in Industrial Area, etc would be allotted to entrepreneurs for setting their industrial units on lease of 30 years on annual rent with the facility of renewal. The rent payable for land so allotted would be subject to revision after every 10 years. The land / sheds allotted for the purpose of setting up of Industrial unit shall not be allowed to be used for any other purpose other than the purpose for which the land has been leased. It would also be ensured that land is allotted as per the actual requirement. However, the terms and conditions of the lease deed shall be determined.

12.2    Efforts will be made by each Industrial Area Development Authority (IADA) of the State to acquire at least 1000 acre land and to develop adequate infrastructure and other facilities as mentioned in 12.1 for Industrial enterprises.

12.3    IADA shall undertake a comprehensive Land Zoning Plan in respect of new Industrial Estates, Parks etc, and would also undertake zoning in existing industrial estates to the extent possible. Particular type of similar industries with identical output / product will be grouped together in a particular zone.

12.4    Industrial Area Development Authority will act as knowledge centre and facilitator for enterprises of their command area.

12.5    5% of the revenue generated by Industrial Area Development Authority will be earmarked for expenditure on skill development / entrepreneurship development / skill development for disaster and hazards management of land losers etc in their command area so that land losers or their wards are equipped with proper skills to get gainful employment in the  industrial area or elsewhere.

12.6    Atleast 40% of the land in IADA will be reserved for Micro and Small Enterprises in the existing IADA or upcoming IADA, Industrial Estates / Area / Park / Private Industrial Area etc.

12.7    10% available allotable land in any new industrial area (land acquired during the duration of this industrial policy) will be earmarked for land losers who have lost land area of one acre or above. The land will be offered to such land losers at prevalent rate for setting up industries provided land is available and they fulfill other eligibility criteria.

12.8    IADA will organize annual inspection of all allotted plots to find out its utilization. Detailed information complied by the inspection team will be placed on website. The cases of enterprises not utilizing the plot or inadequately utilizing the plot for the purpose for which the allotment was made, may be considered for cancellation or penalty equal to land cost. After land allotment in industrial area if a fully functional Industry is not setup by the allottee within stipulated time (2 years for Micro and Small Enterprises and 5 years for other enterprises), the allotment of land will be cancelled.

12.9    In case of violation of lease conditions by the lease holder the Authority may cancel the lease right of the lease holder without any refund of land value.

12.10  Ownership of land including mortgaged land will always rest with the Authority. Land value including development charges will remain non-negotiable and will always be settled by the Authority.

12.11.1  (i)  The lessor may consider the request of the lessee for the transfer of leasehold rights of the schedule property in favour of a new entrepreneur as identified by the lessee during the currency of lease imposing following conditions.

            (a) The lessee has met all the stipulated requirements of the lease and not violated any of the conditions contained in the lease.

            (b) The lessee has utilised the leasehold area as per approved project report by IADA.

            (c) The lessee is not holding any statutory, legal or financial liability of government or financial institutions.

            (d) The new entrepreneur to whom the lessee wants to transfer the leasehold right must have a viable / feasible / implementable project to be executed on the available plot of land.

            (e) The plot of land should be free from all encumbrances.

12.11.2  A minimum of 15% of present value of land for MSME and 25% for others will be charged as transfer fee and all attendant expenses in connection with such transfer including payment of all statutory and Government dues shall be borne by the new entrepreneur to whom the lessee wants to transfer the leasehold right.

12.12.1  The lessor may accept the voluntary surrender of schedule property by the lessee on the following conditions.

            (a) The lessee has met all the stipulated requirements of the lease and not violated any of the conditions contained in the lease.

            (b) The lessee has utilised the leasehold area as per approved project report by IADA.

            (c) The lessee is not holding any statutory, legal or financial liability of government or financial institutions against the plot.

            (d) The plot of land should be free from all encumbrances.

12.12.2  In case of voluntary surrender of a plot by a micro enterprise within one year of allotment, no fee will be charged even if the unit has made no progress in installation of plant and equipment. However, a penalty of 2% from MSME and 5% from others of the present value of the plot will be realised during surrendering of the plot after 1 year and upto 5 years of allotment by the Authority.

12.13  In the event of lessee's death the person to whom the title shall be transferred as heir or otherwise shall cause notice thereof to be given to the lessor within three months from such death. The survivors and his / her or heirs of the allottee concerned would acquire the same lease-hold rights over the property, as the original allottee had in schedule property, but only after determination of the claims and counter claims by the lessor. If the claims and counter claims are of complicated nature, it is open to the lessor to call upon the claimants and counter claimants to approach a competent Civil court for the purpose of getting the matter adjudicated.

12.14  The lessee, in employing non-technical and technical workforce in the industrial units to be established in the scheduled property, shall give minimum 50% employment to normal residents of Jharkhand including those who have completed a minimum study period of four years from class IX onwards, in non-technical category and minimum 25% employment in technical category.

12.15 In all cases of transfer, ownership change, surrender of leasehold plot, a processing fee of Rs 10,000 for land area upto 1 acre and an additional Rs 2000 per acre for land area in excess of one acre, will be applicable.

12.16  IADA may work out a detailed transparent and objective policy of transfer, ownership change, allotment of plots including suitable lease deed and lease rent, development charges, maintenance charges etc to be realised from time to time.

12.17  Prevailing Rehabilitation and Resettlement (R&R) Policy of the State will be applicable.

12.18  Mega Growth Centre at Barhi with 350 acre land has been taken up for development with modern infrastructural facilities for rapid industrialization. The development of the growth centre is proposed on competitive bidding.

                        Similarly DPR for 547 acres Devipur Industrial Estate under the district of Deoghar has also been prepared. It will be taken up for implementation shortly.

12.19  Industrial Area Development Authority will ensure the implementation of Rain water Harvesting, Storm Water Harvesting and Recycling and Re-Use of Waste Water in Industrial units under their command area.

12.20  Industrial Area Development Authority will work out a plan in detail for supply of both drinking water and water for Industrial purpose for units under its command area.

















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