·      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

JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012

4.         LAND

4.1 (a)  Efforts will be made to create land bank in each district by acquiring a minimum of 200-500 acres of land and demarcating them as industrial estates with provision of basic industrial infrastructure.

       (b) A comprehensive exercise will be undertaken to identify and utilize land that is owned by the Government or common land, mostly waste and fallow land in different parts of the State.

4.2       Some Industrial Units (Central Public Sector Undertakings, State Government Undertakings and Private Enterprises) are trying to retain excess land, earlier allotted to them, for decades. In a scheduled V State like Jharkhand, the actual requirement of these industries needs be reassessed and, wherever required, land in excess of their requirement and which is not being used for the purpose for which it was allotted, will be taken back by the Govt. and inventory of such surplus land will be worked out to create land bank. This will enable the State to offer land readily to investors as and when required.

4.3       Project proposals of Investors for setting up industries will be thoroughly scrutinized to arrive at the actual requirement of land for the project.

4.4(a)   Land acquisition for industrial enterprises i.e. voluntary or involuntary shall be done as provided/applicable under Indian Land Acquisition Act and Jharkhand Voluntary Land Acquisition Rule 2010.

    (b)   Direct Purchase of Land for Industrial Enterprises shall be done as provided under CNT/SPT Act.

    (c)    Provision of Schedule Area Act (PESA) shall be applied in (a) & (b), wherever applicable.

    (d)   Department of Revenue and Land Reform shall be duty bound to expedite the above mentioned Land Acquisitions in a time bound manner.

     (e)   Department of Revenue and Land Reform shall work-out a detailed time frame for the disposal of proposal as provided in 4.4 (a) & (b). The details of status of different proposals shall be placed on the website of the department.

4.6       GM land or Government land may be transferred to the investing industrial enterprises only when most of the raiyat and other types of land availability is ensured.

4.7       GM land may be leased out to the investing industrial enterprises for 30 years with a provision of renewal of lease twice on specified terms and conditions notified by the Department of Revenue and Land Reform. However, the land shall be used for the purpose it has been allotted within 5 years from the date of transfer.

4.8       In case of conversion of agricultural land for industrial purpose the prevailing revenue rules pertaining to rent and transfer will be applicable.

4.9       (a) All efforts shall be made to avoid use of double cropped or rich agricultural land and to minimize displacement.

(b)Waste land / degraded forest land may be made available by the State Government on long term lease basis after taking prior approval from the Government of India. under Section ‘2’ of Forest (Conservation) Act 1980, wherever required, for plantation development / tourism purposes which will encourage forest based / tourism industries.

4.10     Government will try to acquire land in new suitable location and ensure infrastructure development for specific and general industries.

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