The proposed Textile Park at Tilda which is aimed at providing one stop integrated facilities with manufacturing support, welfare and common infrastructure facilities to the prospective textile industries. The Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation (CSIDC) for the development of this textile park has identified a land parcel measuring 30 hectares at Village Khapri, Tehsil Tilda in Raipur district.
The proposed Textile Park is envisaged to house world class eco system for textile industry, which includes Testing laboratory(Including equipment), Design centre (Including equipment) , Training Centre, Trade & display centre , Conferencing and meeting facilities, Warehouse/ raw material depot , packaging unit, Canteen and worker hostels and Recreation Centre, officials stated.
Notably, the Central government has approved projects worth Rs 99 crore for upgradation of key industrial infrastructure in Chhattisgarh.
Currently infrastructure of Urla Industrial Area in Raipur and Sirgitti Industrial Area in Biilaspur are being upgraded which includes improvement of roads, water and power supply facilities, officials stated.
The Centre has approved an estimated Rs 54.81 crore for upgradation of infrastructure facilities at Urla Industrial Area and around Rs 44.60 crore for Sirgitti Industrial Area.
The Chhattisgarh government in a bid to provide a major boost to industrial development is now planning to establish many more industrial areas and industrial parks in the State.
Significantly, the Industrial Growth Centre at Urla near Raipur is set to emerge as one of the key industrial zones having world-class infrastructure in the country.
The Centre has already accorded final approval for upgradation of infrastructure at Industrial Growth Centre, Urla in Raipur district at a total project cost of Rs 54.81 crore .
The Central governmentâ€™s grant approved for the project is Rs 12.26 crore, officials stated.
The upgradation of the infrastructure is being done under Central governmentâ€™s â€˜Modified Industrial Infrastructure Scheme (MIIUS).
As many as 11 projects in the country have been accorded final approval with central assistance of Rs 283.23 crore.
Notably, CSIDC has also identified Industrial Growth Centre at Siltara near Raipur to be developed as a â€˜ Steel Clusterâ€™ under Centreâ€™s 'Industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme' (IIUS), officials stated.
With a view to accelerating industrial development in Chhattisgarh, the State government will be setting up an Engineering Park in every district in a sequential manner.
Dedicating a newly-developed Engineering Park in Hathkhoj industrial area situated near the Steel City Bhilai , famous across the country and abroad as â€˜mini Indiaâ€™ and the newly set up Engineering Park is going to play a remarkable role in boosting-up industrial development .
Numerous industrial projects are to be established in the Engineering Park which is going to open employment opportunities for local populace.
Aiming to create employment opportunities for people here, the State government is making several efforts for industrial development which resulted in building of an optimistic environment for investment in sectors like Information Technology, electronic equipments, solar energy and Agri-based industries.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Singh had also conferred registration certificates to industrialists who completed formalities required for setting up projects in the Engineering Park.
Notably, the Engineering Park is spread in a sprawling area of around 121 hectares is developed by Chhattisgarh State Industrial Development Corporation (CSIDC) with an expenditure of around Rs 49.78 crore.
As many as 215 industrial plots of varying sizes have been developed here in the Park for establishment of small and medium scale industries.
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