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  1. Infrastructure in Karnataka Infrastructure Development Department Govt. of Karnataka ___________________________________________________ Infrastructure Policy 2007

  2. General Area: 1,92,000 Sq Km Population: 52.85 Million Literacy: 66.60% Climate: Semi-tropical Economy Among the Top 5 Industrial States Highly Skilled technical Manpower One of the fastest Growing Markets Steady GDP growth rate Karnataka at a Glance Infrastructure Policy 2007

  3. Karnataka at a Glance

  4. Karnataka- Infrastructure investment • Presently 4.5% of GSDP • Target 8-9 % of GSDP • India Competitive Index- 25 • Huge deficit in Tax- GDP ratio 22 %(35 %) • Investment requirements (@ 2006 prices): • Rs 92462 cr( 11th plan) • Rs 186275 Cr(12th) • Rs 315657 Cr(13th) • Required Annual Investment of upto Rs 25000 Crore Infrastructure Policy 2007

  5. a few Infrastructure Indices Infrastructure Policy 2007

  6. Policy Drivers New Infrastructure Policy of 2007 New Industrial Policy of 2009 Institutions to Support PPP- as a vehicle Regular Procurement Swiss Challenge PPP Cell in Infrastructure Dept- Infrastructure Karnataka Udyoga Mitra- Industry Karnataka- Growth Drivers Infrastructure Policy 2007

  7. Port / Railways/ Industrial Zones Key Major Port Non-Major Port Rail Line Proposed Rail Line MORMUGAO Karwar ~150 km Belekeri Tadri Honnavar Bhatkal ~150 km Kundapura Hangarkatta Malpe Padubidri NEW MANGALORE Old Mangalore

  8. Port / Railways/ Industrial Zones Nanded Key Major Port Non-Major Port Rail Line Surveys 2009-10 Proposed Line Survey Progress MORMUGAO GADAG Karwar ~150 km Belekeri Tadri SSPN Honnavar Bhatkal ~150 km Kundapura Hangarkatta Malpe WF Padubidri BIDADI ANEKAL KUSHAL NAGARA NEW MANGALORE Old Mangalore

  9. Cost of New works including proposals of ‘09-‘10 No of works Total Kms Total Cost in cr. • Surveys Completed 6 978.80 6547.00 • Surveys under progress 15 1643.44 11505.90 • Surveys scheduled in 8 785.00 3925.00 2009-10 Total 28 3407.24 21977.90 GoK share Rs. 15000 cr (approx) spread over ten years or upto year 2020 presuming two thirds contribution in all projects

  10. Airports Existing BIJAPUR Existing GULBARGA Proposed BELGAUM New International Airport HUBLI BELLARY Existing old HALnternational Airport HASSAN BANGALORE MANGALORE MYSORE

  11. Cargo Traffic Indian Ports 1950-2008 Source: India Infrastructure Research

  12. Cargo in Major Ports in 2007-08 Source: India Infrastructure Research

  13. Cargo in non-Major Ports in 2007-08 Source: India Infrastructure Research

  14. Airports in India Source: India Infrastructure Research

  15. Freight Traffic at Airports Source: India Infrastructure Research

  16. Stimulating Public Private Partnerships PPP Projects in Airport Sector In Airport sector six projects are undertaken on PPP mode with a project cost of Rs 20,041 crs. Details of Airport Projects on PPP mode

  17. Skills & Technology Brought Together Engineering Colleges 135 Enrolment 44,375 Polytechnics 186 Enrolment 34,000 Industrial Training Institutes 600 Enrolment 1,20,000 Govt. Tool Room & Trg. Centres and Nettur Technical Trg. Centres 15 Enrolment 575

  18. Skills & Technology Brought Together Universities 11 Allopathic Colleges 26 Dental 41 Ayurvedic 55 Homeopathy 10 Unani 4 Naturopathy & Yoga 3 General Colleges 712 Indian Institute of Management IISc - Bangalore National Law School of India University Indian Institute of Science Indian Institute of Information Tech. Institute of Bio Informatics & Applied Biotechnology

  19. Important Current PPP projects • Airport Projects- • Hassan, Bellary, Bijapur, Shimoga, Gulbarga; 12 Air strips(IDD) • High Speed Rail adLink to Airport at Bangalore(BARL)(6000cr) • 10000km of Road Projects(KRDCL)(45000cr) • Devanahally Business Park(KSIIDC)(9500cr) • Sea Port at Tri, Haldipur(IDD) • DevanahallyConvention Centre(tourism) • Logistics park (KSIIDC) • Two Mono Rail Project in Bangalore( BARL) • Food Parks (Food Karnataka Limited/ KSIIDC) • Tourism Projects(Tourism dept/ KIPDC/KSIIDC) • Industrial Infrastructure –VADA at Bellary

  20. Distribution- Sector Wise Infrastructure Policy 2007 21

  21. Enabling Policy and Regulatory Framework Long-term equity and debt Capacity to manage the PPP Process Shelf of credible, bankable Projects Private Sector capacity to invest in projects Acceptance among the stakeholders Infrastructure-Requirements Infrastructure Policy 2007

  22. Sector Focus • Agri-Infrastructure • Education • Energy • Healthcare • Industrial Infrastructure • Irrigation • Public Markets • Tourism • Transportation & Logistics • Urban and Municipal Infrastructure Infrastructure Policy 2007

  23. Initiatives • Standardised Contractual Documents • Bidding Documents • RFQ • RFP • Model Concession Agreements • Ports • Airports • Roads • Water Supply and Sanitation – PBMC & PBDPS contract developed (under ADB Assistance) • Approval Mechanism • SWA established • SLHCC Infrastructure Policy 2007

  24. SWISS CHALLENGE • Clause 29 of the Infra ‘07 policy • Innovative/ suomotoProposals • Procedure • Proponent Submits proposal for Prelim examination • Provide ‘approval to proceed’ with studies • Submits a DPR with output based specification • Project Bid out • Original proponent has first right of refusal Infrastructure Policy 2007

  25. Procedure- Flow Chart…1 • 3. Dept to Scrutinize • if not known public needs • VGF sought is more than 20% of project cost excluding land • products or services generally available • Contravenes Law Provisions 1. Project Proponent to submit an application for Swiss Challenge with filled in Checklist and Pre-feasibility Report • 2. Admin Dept to Scrutinize • If meets ‘Public Need’ • If any ongoing process • “innovative” or “suo- moto” 0M End of 1st Month • 6. Admin Dept to issue letter to conduct studies in 4 months • If not done, dept can go with the idea ahead without any claims 5. Admin Dept to obtain KTPP exemption 4. Application to SWA through IDD for permission to Proceed 2M 2M A

  26. Procedure- Flow Chart…2 • 7. Project Proponent to submit • DPR (all Govt Support in Money terms) • Ability to meet technical and financial criteria • cost of DPR • Bid value in sealed cover 8. Clarification from the Proponent 6M A • 8A. Admin Dept to • concurrently prepare RFQ/RFP (Combined), CA, Proj Info. Memo. • 9. Admin Dept to Carry out with PPP cell • Examine Docs • Set output based Specs • Additional Studies for benchmarking, if need be • Negotiate DPR cost to lower of 3 values • Prepare Transaction Docs • Determine development costs • FD Approval 11. NIT(Tender) and Receive Bids against procurement docs of (a) Single stage RFP/RFQ (b) MCA (c) Proj Info. Memo • 10. Approval From SWA / SHLC for Tendering 7M 9M 12 Mon B

  27. Procedure- Flow Chart…3 B • 14. Project Proponent refuses to match • Superior bidder declared as Concessionaire 12. Original Proposal and Counter proposal to be evaluated and ranked 13. Original Proponent to match the superior proposal if any and be declared as concessionaire 13M 14M 15. GoK / GoK agency to reimburse the proponent 16. GoK / GoK agency to reimburse the proponent if the project is not taken up due to reasons not related to project proponent Letter of Intent, Concession Agreement 16M

  28. Central Assistance- VGF PPP project should be from- Roads, Sea ports, airports, inland waterways, Power, Urban transport, water supply & sewerage, solid waste and other physical infrastructure Infrastructure in SEZ Government Support VGF not to exceed 20% of the total project cost- Land cost Government or statutory entity can top up with another 20% Approval process laid down Viability Gap Funding (VGF) For 3 projects, VGF funding of Rs 120 Crore VGF of Rs 1040 Crore for High speed Rail Link Infrastructure Policy 2007

  29. Incentives & Concessions • A. Facilitation: • Land to be acquired if required • Clearances • Provision of water & power • B Asset based Support • Provision of Govt land at Concessional rate if available • Allowing Commercial development • Develop critical linkage Infra Infrastructure Policy 2007

  30. Incentives & Concessions • C. Tax Concessions: • Entry& Spl Entry Tax on Machinery, Equipments & Construction materials- Limited to 25 Lakhs & 3 years • Stamp duty on land transfer in Zone I(100%0, II(50%) • Conversion fine- same pattern as above • D. Take or pay Guarantee • E. VGF Infrastructure Policy 2007

  31. Deliverables by Government • Clearances • Land Acquisition Compensation payment • Market value of land • Replacement value of building • Resettlement & Rehabilitation • Dislocation allowance • Allocation of proportional assets • Share in the new project ? Infrastructure Policy 2007

  32. Support Systems to Line Depts • PPP Cell • Sector gap Study • Project Identification • Project Development • Transaction Management • Project Implementation • Monitoring • Capacity Building- • Projectisation • iDeck, KIPDC,KESOL, Transaction Advisers Infrastructure Policy 2007

  33. HIGH SPEED RAIL LINK (HSRL) TO BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Infrastructure Policy 2007

  34. DEVANHALLI AIRPORT – 33.296 KM YELAHANKA – 15.463 KM HEBBAL – 8.885 KM MG ROAD CAT – 0.095 KM HSRL Alignment Infrastructure Policy 2007

  35. Corridor II Corridor Iv Corridor III Monorail Corridors (CTTP) Corridor i Infrastructure Policy 2007

  36. CTTP - Mono Rail

  37. 10000 KM Core Roads • A corpus fund of Rs.500 Cr. provided to KRDCL • 51 Packages tendered • KRDCL – Nodal agency. • KPWD, KRDCL, IDD will provide all necessary support for implementation of project. • Status • Bid Submission for 7 packages by 30 Sep ‘09 Infrastructure Policy 2007 38

  38. Devanahalli Business Park (DBP): 413.65 Acres Market Study & Business plan by Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj (JLLM), Utility Master Plan by Mahindra Consulting Engineers (MACE) Suggested Land Use Plan approved by GoK on 14.05.2008 Retained for Govt. Agencies: 83.24 Acres Power Sub-Station & Social Forest: 21.34 Acres For Development on PPP basis: 309.07 Acres(Commercial Devpt: 217 Acres, Roads & Utilities: 92.07 Acres) Total 413.65 Acres KSIIDC shall lease 309 acres to private sector developer for 30 yrs with automatic renewal for another 30 yrs. Developer can sub-lease certain portion of 309 acres to other developers and shall develop roads & utilities for DBP as a whole Infrastructure Policy 2007 Slide 39

  39. Selected Sectors- Aero • PPP Projects - Airports • 1 Major Airport operational (BIAL), • 4 Minor airports under PPP mode • 3 Awarded (Shimoga, Gulbarga, Hassan ) • Bijapur: Concession to be signed • Bellary: Bidding commenced • Total Project Cost of 3300 Cr • Non PPP • Up-gradation of Airport- Hubli, Mangalore, Belgaum and Mysore. • Bidar Airforce airport for civilian use • Mysore to be commissioned in Sept 09 • 12 Airstrips proposed in the state Infrastructure Policy 2007 40

  40. Food Parks • Food Parks under implementation • Malur, Hiriyur, Bagalkot, Jewargi and Chickmagalur • New Food Parks • Shimoga, • Bangalore Rural, • Tumkur, • Davanagere, • Belgaum, • Bijapur Districts. Infrastructure Policy 2007

  41. PPP Projects in Tourism • PPP Projects - Tourism • No of Projects – 16 Nos • Value Rs 1621 Crs Theme park, Cultural centre, Entertainment Golf Course Aquamarine Park Tourist Train Facilities • PPP Projects - Heritage Projects • No of Projects – 39 Nos Identified • Identification stage Infrastructure Policy 2007

  42. Location details : 18 – hole Golf Course at Mangalore N Mangalore City Gurupur River Proposed Golf Course (135 Acres) Govt. Land (20 Acres) Arabian Sea Infrastructure Policy 2007

  43. Tourism Circuit Development - Project Packages

  44. Tourism Projects in Karnataka on PPP Format Infrastructure Policy 2007

  45. Mono Rail/LRT system Core Ring Road Peripheral Ring Road Outer Ring Road BRT System Metro Phase 2 & 3 Metro Phase I Commuter Rail Airport Link Infrastructure Policy 2007 CTTP for Bangalore

  46. V Madhu Principal Secretary, IDD Govt of Karnataka Room No 8, VikasaSoudha, Dr AmbedkarVeedhi, Bangalore- 560001, Karnataka Phone 080-22035085 Email: prs-infra@Karnataka.gov.in v.madhu1952@yahoo.com THANK YOU Rabi Sahoo PPP (E), ADB PPP Cell, IDD Govt of Karnataka Room No 28, VikasaSoudha, Dr AmbedkarVeedhi, Bangalore- 560001, Karnataka Phone 080-22034070 Email: director.idd@gmail.com rsahoo@adb.org