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Introduction

Madhya Pradesh government has worked diligently over the past decade to develop the state as an industrial hub and promote it as a potential investment destination.The state government has made an investment of more than $15.4 billion in support infrastructure in the last five years. Over the last decade Madhya Pradesh has witnessed a radical transformation in terms of economic and social development. The same is attributable to stable government, supplemented by creation of a robust support infrastructure in terms of roads, water supply, irrigation capacity and a 24x7 power supply.

Madhya Pradesh stands 5th among Indian states in ease of doing business ranking conducted by World Bank and DIPP.6 Inland Container Depots (ICDs) have been established in the state.State falls under influence area of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and has developed industrial and investment regions like Pithampur-Dhar- Mhow, Ratlam-Nagda, Shajapur-Dewas and Neemach-Nayagaon along the corridor.State is developing four investment corridors (Bhopal-Indore, Bhopal-Bina, Jabalpur-Katni- Satni-Singrauli, Morena-Gwalior- Shivpuri-Guna) to promote industrial development and employment opportunities.

Madhya Pradesh has 11 agro climatic zones of the country. The state ranks first in producing soybean, pulses, grams, garlic, etc. and is second largest producer of wheat, maize and Green peas. Madhya Pradesh is one of the leading states in growing banana, orange, guava, mango and lemon fruits. The state contributes over 40% share to India's total organic farming and as per a report published by DACFW, Government of India, Horticulture productivity/hectare is higher in MP than India's national average.

Structure of Industry Department-Government of Madhya Pradesh

The Industries Department is responsible for holistic industrial development in the state . Through its eight key agencies, the department supports the growth of MSMEs and Large industries . These agencies include : Directorate of Industries, Zonal Industries Offices, LUN, TRIFAC, SIDC, AKVNs, DTICs, IIDCs etc . The department is instrumental in introducing the Single Agency Clearance System in MP.

Special Economic Zones (SEZs)

  • Pithampur (Indore)-> Madhya Pradesh has India's first green-field SEZ in Pithampur which covers total area of 1,114 Hectare and is located 35 km from the city of Indore. A total of 50 industrial units have been established in Pithampur. Total investment made in Pithampur SEZ is approximately Rs 41,900 million, export business done till last year from the SEZ was approximately Rs 123,000 million and total employment generated is around 16,000.
  • Apart from Pithampur SEZ state has 4 IT SEZ, one Government's Crystal IT Park in Indore and three private operated SEZs - Infosys, TCS and Impetus, all in Indore. One more multi-purpose SEZ is proposed in Chhindwara.

Important link to Industry Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh

Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam

The 51 districts of Madhya Pradesh are divided in 7 AKVN’s (Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam) headquartered at Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Ujjain, Rewa&Sagar.Land availability is one of the key factors for setting up of an industrial unit. In Madhya Pradesh, one can choose from 48,000 hectares (1,18,610 acres) of Government land bank. .

The state is leader in textile manufacturing, automobiles, food processing, engineering and agriculture equipment manufacturing. The peaceful manpower of the State is an added advantage for industrial development. All the above mentioned factors pave the way for the Madhya Pradesh to become a developed state.

Abundant Technical and Skilled Manpower is available in the state to support the industries. The State is home to several premier national institutes like AIIMS, IIT, IIM, NIFT, NID, NLIU, IIITM and CIPET. Also, it is home to 45 Universities including Central, State and Private universities. Madhya Pradesh is also rich in culture and tourism. Tourism sites like Khajuraho, Bhimbaithika and Sanchi have been recognised as world heritage centres. Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Panna and Shivpuri are famous tiger reserves and have various other animals, also. Pachmarhi, Amarkantak and Tamia are some other major tourism destinations of the State. Tourism department has also taken initiative to promote tourism using various islands in the state like Hanuwantiya, Madhya Dweep and Sailani islands.

Infrastructure Development

Madhya Pradesh government has worked diligently to make investments for improvement of industrial infrastructure in the state. This has resulted in development of industrial corridors such as Bhopal-Indore, Bhopal-Bina, Jabalpur-Katni- Satni-Singrauli, Morena-Gwalior- Shivpuri-Guna and various sector specific parks in the state. Some of the major infrastructure development projects under taken by government are following:

  • Japanese Industrial Township, Pithampur.
  • SEFEAN Industrial Township, Pithampur.
  • Plastic Park in Tamot and Gwalior.
  • Industrial Areas in Kiratpur, Mohasa, Shivpuri and Sitapur.
  • VikramUdyogpuri, Ujjain.
  • Smart Industrial Park, Padora, Shivpuri
  • Integrated Industrial Township, Polaykalan.

Statistics

Particulars Year 2015-16
Madhya Pradesh All India
No. of Factories 4426 233116
No. of Workers 268004 11148079
Gross Value Added (Rs in Million) 272900 11647025
Gross Capital Formation 126669 3880059

Source : Annual Survey of Industries (ASI), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

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