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State Planning Board. Working Group on Infrastructure, Industries, Trade & Commerce Minister, Public Works and Finance Department -- Convener Secretary in charge of PWD and Power -- Member-Secretary. REPORT CONTENTS. 1. Industry, Trade & Commerce

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State Planning Board

Working Group on Infrastructure, Industries, Trade & Commerce

  • Minister, Public Works and Finance Department -- Convener

  • Secretary in charge of PWD and Power

    -- Member-Secretary


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REPORT CONTENTS

1. Industry, Trade & Commerce

2. Infrastructure -- Transport

  • Roads

  • Railways

  • Air Connectivity

    3. Infrastructure – Power

    4. Infrastructure – Telecommunication

    5. Infrastructure – Urban

    6. Infrastructure Other

  • Irrigation

  • Flood Management

  • Drinking Water Supply


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Industries Trade & Commerce

Mission Statement

“To increase the contribution of Secondary Sector in State GDP ;

from 13.8% during 1999-2000 to at least 20% within 5 years, i.e., by 2007-08 ;

through resource-based labour-intensive development process.”


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Industries Trade & Commerce

Development Strategy

4-pronged strategy, taking into account the needs and strengths of the State

  • Promoting Industrial Investment

  • Facilitating Self-employment

  • Promoting Foreign Trade

  • Promotion of Resource-based Industries & Developing Handloom, Handicrafts, Sericulture


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IT&C -- Promoting Investment

Development of Infrastructure

  • Bodhjungnagar as ideal location for investment

    Growth Centre (406.15 ac) Food Park (30 ac)

    Export Promotion Industrial Park (126 ac) Rubber Park (50 ac)

  • Integrated Infrastructure Development Centres (~50 acres)

  • Information Technology Park

  • Industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme (IIUS)

  • Scheme for Infrastructure Development - East & NE Region

    Efficient and responsive administration

  • Tripura Industrial Development Agency (TIDA) has been created, with a view to provide single-point support services to the potential investors


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IT&C -- Promoting Investment

Attractive Incentive Package

  • “Tripura Incentive Scheme 2002”

    • Capital Investment Subsidy @ 30% + 5% to Thrust sector / EOUs

    • Reimbursement of State Sales Tax for 5 years

    • Price Preference @ 10% on purchases by the Government.

    • 4% Interest Subsidy on term loans, for 5 years

    • Standard Certification Charges Reimbursement up to Rs. 50,000

    • Special incentives to IT industry & Mega Projects.

  • Special Central incentives in the North-Eastern Region

    • 100% reimbursement of Excise Duty for 10 years

    • Central Transport Subsidy @ 90% upto Siliguri / @ 50% in NE

    • 90% air freight subsidy upto Kolkata, on export of fruit / handicrafts

    • Income Tax Benefit @ 100% for units in Growth Centres/ IIDCs

    • Capital Investment Subsidy @ 15% of investment in P&M

    • Interest Subsidy of 3% on working capital loans.

    • Comprehensive Insurance Scheme for insurance coverage for 10 years


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    IT&C -- Facilitate Self-employment

    • Self-employment opportunities mainly under –

      • Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana (PMRY)

      • Margin Money Scheme (MMS) of KVIC.

    • Targeted Creation of 2,500 new ventures

    • Expected average investment of Rs. 20 crores

    • Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) to conduct EDPs/ trainings/ skill development

    • Training infrastructure at ITIs being upgraded

    • New initiative called Swabalamban –

      • quality skill-development to enable self-employment

      • To cover 1,000 entrepreneurs each year


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    IT&C -- Promoting Foreign Trade

    • Bangladesh natural partner as 84% common border

    • Total volume of trade was Rs. 7.04 crores only ( 2002-03)

    • Efforts made

    • Improve relations at business / Government levels

    • Resumption of transport links between Tripura and Bangladesh

    • Improvement of infrastructure at LCS on both sides

    • Export Development Plan / commodity specific strategy

    • Expected Trade Volume Rs. 20 crores by the year 2007-08

    • Further initiatives required

    • Providing Multimodal transportation (road-rail-river) of goods

    • Proposed transit/ transshipment and reduction in tariffs

      • Declaration of Sherpur Port as Port of Call

      • Transit Facilities from Sonamura to Bibirbazar, Bangladesh:


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    IT&C -- Resource-based Industries

    Gas-based Projects: Present availability 4.0 utilization 1.3 MMSCMD.

    • Agartala City Gas Supply Project for 30,000 domestic / commercial consumers

    • Natural gas pipeline for Growth Centre EPIP, Food Park, Rubber Park etc.

    • GAIL major stakeholders in TNGCL for implementing CNG project

      Food Processing: Agri Export Zone for Pineapple Project sanctioned / taken up

    • Export-oriented Pineapple Powder making unit

    • Efforts for Multi-fruit Processing Unit, Cashew Processing unit etc.

      Tea: Traditional tea state - 60 Tea Estates 4,000 small growers, 7.5 m kg.

    • Special registration Camps enabling benefit from various Tea Board Schemes.

    • TRA office at Agartala for training-cum-extension

      Rubber: Tripura is the second largest rubber producer in the country

    • 27,000 Ha. under rubber plantation ; production of rubber 14,000 MT.

    • Process Product-Cum-Development Centre set up with NEC assistance

    • NEC has also approved setting up of a Rubber-wood Processing Unit.

      Bamboo: The state has formulated a separate “State Bamboo Policy” for integrated development of this sector, covering both plantation and processing.


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    IT&C -- Resource-based Industries

    Handloom, Handicrafts and Sericulture:

    • 2nd largest employment 27,000 weavers ; 11,000 handicrafts artisans; and 7500 sericulturists

      Handicrafts: Women’s handicrafts project 2,500 beneficiaries by forming 10 clusters

    • Common facility center for processing & production of handicrafts at Indranagar

    • infrastructure development of Handicrafts under IIUS through WEBCON

    • Export-promotion project has been implemented with the help of EPCH

      Handloom: 29 clusters ; Common infrastructure in 24 clusters

    • Two yarn banks have been set up at Agartala ; extile Testing Laboratory

    • A new composite handloom Marketing complex set up at Agartala.

    • Project for design development with involvement of Mumbai designers.

      Sericulture: Special Women Sericulture Projects in all districts

    • Grainage set up for management of Disease Free Laying (DFLs) at Indranagar.

    • Common facility Centre for processing and dyeing of silk yarn at Badharghat

    • Silk printing Unit for printing of Silk fabrics at Indra Nagar, Agartala.

    • The future strategy is to develop these sectors on commercial lines ; to double the size of commercial market in 5 years ; and export level Rs. 5 crores pa


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    Infrastructure -- Transport

    Roads

    • Transport infrasturcture in state dependent on road connectivity

    • Total Roads - 15,593 km : NH - 333 km ; SH – 0 km ; MDR – 454 km ; ODR – 1543 km ; IBBR – 582 km

    • Black-topped – 3762 km ; Brick soled – 2874 km

    • Total bridges Length 18000 m : Major RCC – 30 ; Minor RCC / Culverts 393 ; Steel Bailey / Truss – 183 ; SPT - 678

      Key areas/ issues for development

    • Conversion of SPT bridges in Tripura- 18000 metres

    • 4 laning of NH-44 from Churaibari to Sabroom by March/08-333 Km

    • Double laning of NH-44 A -133 Km

    • Up gradation of 430 Km MDR to State Highways (double lane standard)

    • Improvement of ODR to intermediate lane standard -- 750 km

    • Single connectivity to all habitations with population upto 250


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    Infrastructure -- Transport

    • Bharat Nirman for connecting 2836 habitations -- 2499 km. roads

    • Improved Connectivity :

      • 4-lane highways : state capital to District Hq

      • 2-lane highways : Sub-Division and Block Hqs.

    • Alternative National Highway proposed from Kukital (Assam border) to Sabroom (310 Km)

    • Realignment Of NH-44 along Railway Line

    • Trans-asian Highway route be Dhaka-Akhaura-Agartala-Silchar-Imphal-Moreh-Tamu (Myanmar)


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    Infrastructure -- Transport

    Railways

    • Manu-Agartala Railway line under construction

    • Extension of railway line fom Agartala to Sabroom

    • Gauge conversion- metre-gauge to broad-gauge

    • 13 km Rail Link To Akhaura (5.4 km in Bangladesh)

      Air Connectivity

    • Enhanced seat capacity Kolkata-Agartala – IA, Jet

    • Introduction Of Low Cost Airlines Like Air Deccan

    • Replacement of ATR by Airbus on Agartala-Kolkata

    • Night operations and augmentation of manpower in ATC

    • Operationalising of Kailasahar and Kamalpur Airport

    • Handing over of Khowai airport to State Government


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    Infrastructure -- Power

    Power Scenario

    • peak demand 162 MW ; own generation 70 MW.

    • 50 MW imported during peak load ; shortfall of 42 MW.

    • Estimated that the peak demand during 2008 will be 268 MW.

    • 100% village electrification targeted during 2005-06 to 2009-2010

    • Total villages - 350 ; habitations – 1050 ; LT line - 1400 Km

      Generation

    • 10th Plan State Programme : 4 x 21 MW; 2 each at Baramura / Rokhia

    • Joint venture 1000 MW GT unit at Palatana, with ONGC and IL&FS

    • NEEPCO at Monarchak, downsized from 500 MW to 280 MW

    • Private Participation in Power Generation agreed in-principle

      Transmission System:

  • State’s plan for 356 km 132kv line & 380 km 66kv line for evacuation / import

  • Upto 2008 : 208 km New 132kv line & 16 km 66kv line construction

  • New substation capacity 60 MVA at 132kv level 21.3 MVA at 66kv level

  • National Power Grid: Agartala-Misa 400 KV extra high voltage line needed

  • Sub-transmission & distributionlosses 32% to 20% by reduction of LT


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    Infrastructure -- Power

    Restructuring of the Power sector

    • State Regulatory Commission set up

    • TSECL set up for power generation, transmission and distribution

    • State Government liability to settle all past dues

    • Government support for new generation projects

      Power sector reforms in the Tenth Plan

    • The Electricity Act needs to be revised

    • Unbundling of vertically integrated state utilities not prudent

    • Necessity to provide cross subsidization in power tariff

    • Return on equity (14%) for the Central sector utilities NTPC, NHPC and PGCILC may be reduced for reducing tariff.

    • Open access in distribution sector in the next 5-6 years not prudent

    • Tripura connection with national grid by PGCIL with wheeling charges that as of the rest of the country (Rs.0.07 to 0.15 per unit)


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    Infrastructure -- Telecommunication

    • Capacity of Satellite media for national connectivity increased from 90 to 900 channels

    • OFC Link operational through Dharmanagar-Karimganj

    • Balance 01 Sub-Div / 13 block HQs to have OFC Connectivity by 2006

    • State Wide Area Network to connect 65 POPs including State, District, Sub-Divisional and Block Hqrs with 2 Mbps bandwidth as communication backbone

    • Cellular Phone services by BSNL in Agartala ; also extensions in other stations

    • Extension of telecom services to cover all 874 villages

    • District Wireless Network commenced : Dhalai in I-phase

    • Efforts for Direct ISD Connection with Bangladesh


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    Infrastructure -- Urban

    • As per 2001 census total urban population of State is 5,43,094

    • Agartala Municipal Council & 12 ULBs population 3,69,417

      SCHEMES IMPLEMENTED :

      • State Plan : NSDP (National Slum Development Programme) ; BADP (Border Area Development Programme) ; (SUEP)State Urban Employment Programme ; Solid Waste Management ; Drainage.

      • Centrally Sponsored Scheme : Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY) ; Integrated Development of Small & Medium Towns (IDSMT) ; Valmiki Ambedkar Awas Yojana (VAMBAY) ; National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP) ; Sewerage.

        ONGOING WORKS FROM 10% EARMARKED FUNDS

    • Improvement of City roads in Agartala

    • Improvement of Agartala Drainage System

    • Solid Waste Management for Agartala City

    • Construction of Shopping Centres & Complexes


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    Infrastructure -- Urban

    PROPOSED NEW PROJECTS IN THE PIPELINE

    • Construction of Super Market Complex at (Lichubagan).

    • Market Complex at Teliamura, Kumarghat, Belonia, Udaipur, Khowai, Dharmanagar

    • Solid Waste Management in 12 NPs

    • Project Report on Roads & Drains of Udaipur NP

    • Project Report on Roads & Drains of Kailashahar NP

    • Construction of Drains at Ranirbazar NP

    • Requirement of Roads, Drains, Electricity line in 12 Nagar Panchayat areas

    • Requirement of Extended areas of Agartala Municipal Council and 5 Nagar Panchayats namely Khowai, Kamalpur, Udaipur, Ranirbazar and Sonamura

    • ADB Funded Projects: tentatively agreed that ADB will provide Rs.360.00 cr. for infrastructure development of Agartala city


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    Infrastructure -- Irrigation

    BACKGROUND STATUS OF IRRIGATION

    • About 2,80,000 Ha. of land are cultivable.

    • Previously estimated 1,17,000 Ha. of land irrigation possible

    • Cumulative irrigation potential FY 2004-05 is 82,005 Ha. -- PWD(WR) 52,573 Ha ; RDD 26,627 Ha ; Agriculture 2,460 Ha ; TTAADC 345 Ha

    • This is 29.28% of total cultivable area and 70% of estimated irrigable area

      WATER RESOURCES & IRRIGATION POTENTIAL

    • Total surface water resources assessed as 7999 Million Cubic Meter.

    • 1443 MCM is non-monsoon flow and 6556 MCM is monsoon flow. Max. utilizable 50% of monsoon flow and 80% of non-monsoon flow (4400 MCM )

    • Gross recharge of ground water strata assessed as 840 Million Cubic Meter.

    • Max. utilizable 70% of the gross recharge ( 588 MCM )

    • Preliminary assessment 1,17,000 Ha. irrigable with 200% crop intensity; including 79,000 Ha. through surface water / 38,000 Ha. ground water

    • Medium Irrigation potential 13,199 Ha ; balance Minor Irrigation schemes


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    Infrastructure -- Irrigation

    ACTION PLAN (2003-04 TO 2007-08)

    • Area targeted ( W.R., R.D.D., Agriculture & TTAADC ) -- Total 44250 Ha.

    • WR – 20555 Ha ; RDD 18500 Ha ; Agriculture – 3025 Ha ; TTAADC – 2170 Ha

      Sanctioned WR Minor Irrigation Schemes

    • 283 LI, 8 High Power LI & 12 diversion schemes under AIBP

    • Likely costs – Rs. 60 cr. ; creation of potential of 10,500 Ha.

    • Kalsi irrigation project ; Rs.26.50 crores with command area 1950 Ha.

      Proposed WR Minor Irrigation Schemes

    • Surveyed / DPR -- 150 LI, 1 High Power LI & 8 diversion Schemes

    • Total Likely costs – Rs. 40.238 cr.

      Issues in MI Schemes

    • Available for surface irrigation schemes ; Max. potential only 79,000 Ha.

    • Sufficient ground water available, AIBP guidelines required to cover these

    • Development cost for MI in NE Max. Rs.1,00,000/- Per Ha

    • Realistic cost Rs.2 lakh per Ha to enable surface MI schemes in remote areas

    • Provision for renovation, extension of pipelines and maintenance of existing irrigation schemes @ 15% AIBP fund


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    Infrastructure -- Irrigation

    Ongoing Medium Irrigation Project

    • Three on-going medium irrigation projects in the state – Gumti, Manu & Khowai

    • Respective Irrigated /Command Areas -- 2050 / 4486 ; 750 / 4515 & 200 / 4198 respectively till FY 2004-05 ; Total 3000 / 13199 Ha.

    • Proposed to complete balance works by 2006-07 ; Fund requirement till Rs. 64.55 cr.


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    Infrastructure – Flood Management

    • All 10 major rivers susceptible to high velocity / discharge / frequent change in courses and thus erosion on the banks.

    • About 75,000 ha. land is flood prone ; 45,000 Ha. protectable

    • Nearly 200 km embankment required to protect ; only 133.30 Km. embankment for reasonable protection to 25,134 Ha.

    • Priority for Flood Protection

      • Protect border towns -- Belonia, Sabroom, Agartala, Khowai, Kamalpur and Dharmanagar

      • Protection of river course of internal border of all the rivers.

      • Protection of district roads from erosion of river banks.

      • Protection of towns, habitations situated on the bank of river course.

      • Protection of habitations and paddy land from the erosion of rivers.

    • Flood Management activities include – Construction / Improvement of Embankments / Anti-Erosion Works

    • Sources of Funding : Brahmaputra Board / State Plan / Addl. Central Assistance (ACA) / Border Area Development / Spl Central Asst. for Border towns


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    Infrastructure – Flood Management

    Brahmaputra Board activities

    • Master Plans for 8 river basins covering 8688 Sq. km Burima, Deo, Dhalai, Gumti, Juri, Khowai, Muhuri, Manu,

    • Need to be implemented in a time bound manner

    • Inter state river Longai and international river Feni in addition

    • Drainage Development schemes drawn – Rudrasagar, Kailashahar

      Projects under consideration :

    • Sukhsagarjala Drainage Development Scheme.

    • Dharmanagar Town Drainage & Suknacherra flood protection

    • Flood protection and anti-erosion scheme of Howrah river

    • Drainage Development Scheme of Udaipur town.

    • Anti-erosion projects of Manu and Deo river


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    Infrastructure – Flood Management

    Other Major Projects Taken up by SFCB with MoWR

    • Khowai town embankment and Ramcherra revetment.- Rs.418.76 Lakh.

    • Flood protection of Kamalpur town under Salema block.- Rs.626.50 Lakh.

    • Anti-erosion of river Muhuri protection of Belonia town- Rs.640.381 Lakh

    • Anti-erosion of river Feni for protection of Sabroom town.- Rs.741.35 Lakh.

    • Proposed Agartala town protection including extension of Ranjitnagar embankment up to Border.- Cost Rs.3500 Lakh. (TAC approved)

    • Issues – GoI Provision for sanctioned projects Rs. 15.04 cr against estimated cost of Rs. 24.27 cr. & International clearance of Belonia / Sabroom projects

      EAP for Irrigation & Flood Management

    • Initial project proposal irrigation and flood management -- Rs. 475.65 cr.

    • Approval of the PC / DEA / WB in September 2002

    • Recast / updated proposal sent in February, 2005 for EAP Total Rs. 907.54 cr

    • Including Irrigation schemes -Rs. 427.18 cr ; and FM works Rs. 480.36 cr ;


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    Infrastructure – Drinking Water

    DRINKING WATER SUPPLY FOR RURAL AREAS

    • Water Supply in rural areas mostly from underground sources.

    • PHED for Piped Supply mainly through DTWs ; RDD for Spot Sources

    • Of 7412 habitations (1992) coverage 2003-04 NC – 00 ; PC – 332 ; FC - 7080

    • Resurvey for exact status of habitations / drinking water supply / quality

    • Major quality problem in underground water -- excess dissolved iron

      PHE STATUS & ACTION PLAN

    • 641 rural DTW Schemes running under PHE ; 63 OHR ; 60 IRP

    • Construction of 39 OHRs and 118 IRPs targeted / in progress.

    • 2 rural MSWT Plant commissioned and 5 in progress for areas with low DTW success

    • Sinking / replacement DTW, Over Head Reservoir, Iron Removal Plant /

    • Rural WTPs where dependable surface water sources exist

    • MSWTP in rural areas with water sources of lower capacity

    • Procurement 4 High capacity Rigs for low water table areas & 4 Other Rigs

      FUND REQUIREMENT

    • Total Rs. 18663.00 lakh ; DTW new / replacement Rs. 7663.00 lakh ;

    • OHR Rs. 1550 l ; IRP Rs. 3750 l ; MSWTP Rs. 4800 l ; Rigs Rs. 9000 l


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    Infrastructure – Drinking Water

    DRINKING WATER SUPPLY FOR URBAN AREAS

    • Traditionally, through DTWs -- 66 urban schemes in 2004-05

    • Recent constructions of Surface water treatment plants -- 08 commissioned

      ACTION PLAN

    • Maximizing coverage in urban areas through surface water treatment plants

    • For AMC areas –

      • Replacement of DTWs with WTP except in North Zone

      • Remodeling of pipelines proposed -- project proposal Rs. 13.54 crores with GOI

      • Proposed ADB funding for augmenting Agartala water supply system

    • Urban Areas -- New laying /expansion of pipeline coverage

    • Coverage of 5 new Census Town under AUWSP for GOI sanction / funding.

      FUND REQUIREMENT

    • Total Rs. 7535.00 lakh ; AMC areas Rs. 4570.00 lakh ;

    • Nagar Panchayat area Rs. 1865.00 lakh ; Census Town areas Rs. 1100.00 lakh