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i. Items of manufacture falling under the list of compulsory licensing (only 5 industries are in the list)
ii. If a non SSI unit intends to manufacture items reserved exclusively for the Small Scale Sector.
In addition certain industries are reserved exclusively for the Public Sector (presently Atomic Energy and Railway Transport come under this category).
(i) Distillation and brewing of alcoholic drinks;
(ii) Cigars and cigarettes of tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes;
(iii) Electronic aerospace and Defence equipment: all types;
(iv) Industrial explosives
(v) Hazardous chemicals
Industrial Investment Intentions in the Licensable and Delicensed Sectors - An Overview
During 2012-13, in the delicensed sector 2757 IEMs (Industrial entrepreneurs memorandum) have been filed with proposed investment of Rs. 5,31,866 crore
Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra were the three leading states in terms of investment in the delicensed sector during 2012-13 with proposed investment of Rs.1,25,745 crores, 86,824 crores and Rs.86,391 crores respectively.
In the licensable sector 4 DILs(direct industrial licenses) have been issued with a proposed investment of Rs. 176 crore.
Similarly in the licensable sector, Andhra Pradesh with proposed investment of Rs.152 crore is the leading state followed by Puduchery with proposed investment of Rs. 15 crore during the year 2012-13.
In terms of investment in delicensed as well as licensable sector were:
Electrical equipments, Metallurgical industries, and Chemical other than Fertilizers with Rs. 1,19,275 crore(22%),Rs.1,17,731 crore(22%) and Rs.90,077 crore(17%) respectively.
575 IEMs were reported implementation during this year with proposed investment of Rs.8,680 crore.