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    REPORT ON

    INDUSTRIAL POTENTIALITY SURVEY

    OF HOOGHLY

    (WEST BENGAL) 2015-2016

    MSME-DI, KOLKATA

    GOVT. OF INDIA

    MINISTRY OF MSME

    111 & 112, B. T. ROAD, KOLKATA 108

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    FOREWORD

    The Industrial Potentiality Survey Report on Hooghly district has been

    prepared under the Action Plan, 2015-16. The present survey report includes

    comprehensive analysis of existing resources, infrastructure, industrial activities,

    status and their problems emphasizing MSMEs. Based on these analysis, the scope

    and further expansion for MSMEs are found out and highlighted. Ten prospective

    schemes on MSME sector are annexed.

    Necessary data and suggestions for preparation of this report have been

    collected from various Govt. offices, Financial Institutes, Local Bodies and NGOs. I

    would like to express my sincere thanks to all of them specially General Manager,

    DIC, Hooghly; Lead bank Manager and other Govt. &Non-Govt. organization of the

    district.

    I hope this report will be very useful to all promotional agencies, NGOs and

    overall the MSMEs of Hooghly district.

    I appreciate the efforts provided by Mrs. Senjuti Dutta, Investigator under guidance

    of Sri D. Banerjee, Asstt. Director (Stat) for successfully conducting the survey and

    having completed the report.

    Place- Kolkata.

    Date-31st December, 2015. ( K.L.RAO )

    Director.

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    CONTENTS

    Chapter No. Subject Page No.

    District at a glance 4-6

    Map 7

    I. Objective, Scope & Methodology 8-9

    II. General Characteristics of the district 10-12

    III. Resources 13-22

    IV. Infrastructure 23-33

    V. Present Industrial Structure 34-46

    VI. Central Govt. Schemes & Incentives 47-49

    VII. State Govt. Policies & Incentives 50-54

    VIII. Sample Project Profiles 55-93

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    Hooghly - DISTRICT AT A GLANCE

    (A) AREA, POPULATION AND LITERACY

    1) Geographical Area : 31.49 sq km

    2) 2011 Census Total Population (Provisional)

    i) Male Population : 2814653

    ii) Female Population : 2704492

    iii) Urban Population : 2128499

    iv) Rural Population : 3390646

    3) Density of Population per sq. Km (in No.) : 1753

    4) Sex Ratio per thousand person : 961

    5) Total No. of Literates

    i) Male Literates : 2,211,777

    ii) Female Literates : 1,866,611

    iii) Male Literacy rate : 87.03%

    iv) Female Literacy rate : 76.36%

    v) Rural Literacy rate : 78.53%

    vi) Urban Literacy rate : 86.91%

    vii) Literacy rate for the : 81.80%

    district as a whole

    (B) ADMINISTRATIVE SET UP

    1) District Headquarters : Chinsura

    2) No. of Sub-Divisions : 4

    3) No. of blocks : 18

    4) No. of Mouzas : 1915

    5) No. of Police Stations : 22

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    6) No. of Villages : 1842

    7) No. of Panchayat Samities : 18

    8) No. of Gram Panchayats : 207

    9) No. of Municipalities : 12

    (C) AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES

    1) Gross Cropped Area : 313.38 thousand hect.

    2) Net Cropped Area : 212.09 thousand hect.

    3) Area under non-agricultural use : 96.99 thousand hect.

    4) Forest : 0.53 thousand hect.

    5) Barren & Uncultivable Land : 0.13 thousand hect

    6) Permanent pasture and other grazing land : 0.02 thousand hect

    7) Cultivable waste land : 0.92 thousand hect

    8) Current fallow : 0.67 thousand hect

    9) Fallow land other than current fallow : 0.42 thousand hect

    10) No. of Agricultural Research Institute : 1

    11) No. of Agricultural Training Centre : 1

    14) No. of Block Seed Farm : 4

    15) Major Crops : Rice,Wheat,Other cereals

    (D) INFRASTRUCUTRE

    1) Total State Highway : 176 Kms

    Total National Highway : 55 Kms

    2) No. of registered Motor Vehicles : 431787

    3) No. of Sub-Stations (Power) : 25

    4) No. of Mouzas electrified( upto 2012) : 1904

    5) No. of Bank Branches : 240

    6) Lead Bank : UCO

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    (E) INDUSTRIES 1) No. of Registered Enterprises EM-II : 6383

    (Since 2006-07 to 2014-15)

    2) No. of Employment

    (Since 2006-07 to 2014-15) : 68236

    3) Udyog Aadhar Memorandum(UAM)

    Registration 2015-16 (Since October,15)

    i) Micro : 235

    ii) Small : 35

    iii) Medium : 2

    Total- 272

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    CHAPTER - I

    OBJECTIVE, SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY

    Hooghly is one of the advanced districts of West Bengal. The district is advanced both in

    agriculture and industry. It lies on the bank of the Hooghly river of south Bengal. The different

    districts of West Bengal have been classified into three different categories viz. A, B, C and

    D A; comprising the most industrially advanced districts of the state and D the least. The

    Hooghly district comes under category B.

    Objectives :

    The main objectives of the present report of Industrial Potentiality Survey are to assess the resources both human and materials available in the district; to appraise the existing infrastructural

    facilities; to evaluate the status of existing industries and to identify various prospects and

    problems. The report also aims at identifying prospective industries/MSME units. Moreover, the

    importance of entrepreneurial talents and skills of the people which are basic to industrialization is

    attempted to give due recognition.

    Scope:

    Although the present report is emphasized on the small scale industries, village and cottage

    industries, tiny , repairing and servicing enterprises but the scope of the report is vast.

    In the various Chapters , developments aspects of the district are analyzed and assessed to

    highlight the various developmental scope. In the resource Chapter, human and material resources

    are analyzed in detail. Human resource includes accounts on the literacy rate, occupational pattern

    of people, etc. Whereas material resources includes the agricultural produce, land utilization,

    cropping pattern, forest resource, livestock resources, sericulture, etc

    For analyzing infrastructures, a separate Chapter covers the physical and social

    infrastructures available in the district. Physical infrastructure cover the land, factory,

    accommodation, water, power , railways, road transport, communication, air transport, etc. and

    social infrastructure covers the entrepreneurship, marketing potential, lending facilities, incentives,

    growth centers , etc.

    Present industrial scenario on large and medium scale industries, small scale industries, etc

    has been discussed in the present industrial climate Chapter.

    In the District Planning Chapter, the target of the concerned district authority and

    promotional agencies are studied for scope for various development aspects including industries.

    Methodology:

    The office of the Development Commissioner, Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, New

    Delhi has issued

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