JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
7.1 Efforts will
be made by the State Govt. to provide quality infrastructure to investors like
all-weather road, uninterrupted power supply, adequate water, connectivity
through railways etc.
7.2 Top priority
will be accorded by the State Govt. in development of physical and social
infrastructure through Public-Private-Partnership (PPP). Private investment
in power, telecom, roads, airports, ICD, logistics etc will be facilitated.
7.3 10% or
maximum 25 acre of the land in industrial areas / estates / large
industrial area / conglomerate will be earmarked for townships facilitating
walk-to-work concept and other infrastructural facilities in such areas.
7.4 In the
process of infrastructure development, due care will be taken to save water
bodies, ecology and greenery adopting integrated environment management
plan for the region as a whole.
efforts will be made to make dedicated corridor for transport of natural
resources of the State. Help of Ministry of Railways and Transport, GOI
will be sought for the purpose.
7.6 The State
Govt. would take specific measures for development of sectoral clusters
taking into account the need of the targeted industries. The State has
already started implementing the concept of BOT, BOOT etc and would evolve
comprehensive guidelines for funding and operating infrastructure projects
with private investments or PPP.
7.7 The State has
extensive and well developed railway system providing links to mining
industry. Extensive goods handling facilities are available at Ranchi,
Bokaro, Dhanbad and Jamshdepur. In addition, ore loading facilities are
available at Kiriburu, Lohardaga and all the coal mines of Central
7.8 Work on
providing Rail Connectivity between Koderma-Hazaribag-Ranchi,
Koderma-Giridih, Deoghar-Dumka, Barhi-Hazaribag and Tori-Lohardaga has
already been taken up.
7.9 (a) 4 laning
of NH-33 between Barhi-Hazaribag-Ranchi-Mahulia-Bahragora is in progress.
(b) Road Construction Department, GoJ and IL & FS Ltd
have jointly set up Jharkhand Accelerated Road Development Company Ltd.
(JARDCL) for improvement of 1500 km road of the State on BOT (annuity)
basis. Ranchi-Patratu-Ramgarh Road, six laning of part of Ranchi Ring Road,
development of Chaibasa-Kandra-Chowka Road and Adityapur- Kandra Road are
covered under the scheme and are under implementation.
(c) Several other schemes including Govindpur-Dumka-Sahebganj
Road connecting NH-2 to north eastern part of the State and Adityapur Toll
Bridge at Jamshedpur are in progress to improve connectivity.
(d) The State
Government is also strengthening its road network in its territory for
connectivity to Haldia, Paradeep and upcoming Dhamra Port.
7.10 Ranchi, the
State Capital is connected with Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Patna by regular
air services. The upgradation of Ranchi airport is in progress.
7.11 The State
Government has taken steps to set up Air Cargo Complex at Ranchi. This
would provide boost to export oriented industries, specially, those
operating in the area of high value and perishable commodities.
Floriculture and horticulture based industries can take advantage of this
7.12 Jharkhand is a
land locked State. Navigational infrastructure at Sahebganj and Rajmahal is
also contemplated on river Ganges to facilitate sea port access. By the
pursuance of the State Government, the construction of bridge at Sahebganj
is to be taken up by NHAI, GOI. This will open a corridor to north eastern
part of the Country. The State Government would strive to possess a
dedicated berth at either Haldia Port or Paradeep Port to facilitate
imports and exports.
7.13 (a) Jharkhand
State Information & Communication Network (Jharnet) is the
State-of-the-art communication network connecting State headquarter with
headquarters of 22 districts, 35 sub division and 212 blocks. Jharnet is a
broad band IP based E-Governance network which provides a secure platform
to transfer data across the State. Treasury, Commercial Tax, Land
Registration Deptt., Provident Fund, Birth and Death Certificate,
Residential Certificate etc. are fully computerized and many more are under
progress. Computerisation of Commercial Taxes Department will facilitate
trade and industry sector in return filing, e-payment, registration etc.
(b) E-procurement has been started in 10 Government
Departments. This will enable willing tenderers from aboard to participate
in the tendering process within specified time.
(c) State Govt. has envisaged to establish optical fibre
linkage throughout the State. Efforts are being made to provide broad band
connection to all block headquarters and panchayats. So far optical fibre
linkage has been established for about 2200 km by various telecom
companies. The number of internet and mobile users is around 4.7 lakhs and
100.05 lakh respectively.
progress has also been made in UID scheme and about 4 lakh urban population
and 25 lakh rural population have already been covered.
7.14 Grant will be
given for the Common Infrastructure Development within a Green field
Textile / Apparel Park and IT - ITES / Bio Technology Park.