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Haryana. Dadri. Rajasthan. Gujarat. Madhya Pradesh. Maharashtra. J.N.Port. DELHI-MUMBAI INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR. Mumbai July 03, 2007. Sponsored by: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) Ministry of Commerce & Industry Government of India (MoCI). Objective.

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    1. Haryana Dadri Rajasthan Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra J.N.Port DELHI-MUMBAI INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR Mumbai July 03, 2007 Sponsored by: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) Ministry of Commerce & Industry Government of India (MoCI)

    2. Objective • Government of India initiated the development of DMIC along the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) to optimize on the connectivity offered • MOU relating to the project was signed between MoCI and METI, Japan in December, 2006 to create the framework for mutual cooperation • At the instance of the MoCI, an Inter-Ministerial Group was formed to evolve the Project Outline : • MoCI appointed IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited in March, 2007 to detail the project concept • Pursuant to discussions with Central & State Government agencies, IL&FS have since submitted their Report which was presented at the First Taskforce Meeting of the DMIC held at Tokyo on 25th May, 2007 • Meetings have also been held by PMO to review the position • The objective of this presentation is to present the detailed project concept and to outline the proposed implementation structure

    3. Structure of the Presentation • Section I : DMIC : Project Concept • Section II : DMIC : Project Scope • Section III : DMIC : Project Impacts • Section IV : DMIC : Implementation Structure • Section VI : Next Steps

    4. Section I : Overview

    5. Punjab Uttaranchal Pakistan Haryana Dadri Delhi Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Maharashtra J.N.Port Arabian Sea Andhra Pradesh End Terminals DFC Alignment Karnataka Delhi-Mumbai Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) • The 1483-km long DFC is being implemented in a single phase • End Terminals at Dadri near Delhi and at J.N.Port near Mumbai • Alignment Passes through Six States • Uttar Pradesh-22km (1.5%) • NCR of Delhi- 22km (1.5%) • Haryana- 148km (10%) • Rajasthan- 578km (39%) • Gujarat- 565km (38%) • Maharashtra- 148km (10%) • Offers Connectivity to Ports & Hinterland • DFC Project to be commissioned in 2012

    6. Haryana Dadri Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra J.N.Port End Terminals DFC Alignment Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Focus is on ensuring high impact developments within 150km distance on either side of alignment of DFC Area under Project Influence is 14% and population is 17% of the Country Total Population in the Project Influence Area : 173.4Mn Total Workers in the Project Influence Area: 68.36Mn As per Census-2001

    7. The DMIC States The Six States under DMIC include: Uttar Pradesh Delhi Haryana Rajasthan Gujarat Maharashtra

    8. Major Cities in DMIC Ghaziabad Aligarh Ajmer Jodhpur • Population between 0.5-1 Million (6 Locations): Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Bhavnagar, Bhiwandi Bhavnagar Bhiwandi Uttaranchal Haryana Dadri Meerut Delhi • Population above 1 Million (10 Cities): Delhi, Greater Mumbai, Faridabad, Meerut, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Pune, Nashik Faridabad Rajasthan Jaipur Ahmedabad Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Vadodara Surat Nashik Maharashtra Arabian Sea J.N.Port Greater Mumbai Pune As per Census-2001 End Terminals Cities with over 1 Mn DFC Alignment ` Cities with 0.5-1 Mn

    9. Existing Industrial Belts Sonepat Ghaziabad ` ` Gurgaon ` ` Noida ` Sohna ` ` ` Faridabad Alwar ` ` ` Jaipur ` ` ` Jodhpur ` ` ` Bhilwara ` ` Kota ` ` • Rajasthan: Jaipur, Alwar, Kota, Bhilwara, Jodhpur (Marble, Leather, Textile) Ahmedabad ` ` ` Anand ` Vadodara ` ` Bharuch ` Surat • Gujarat: Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Anand, Bharuch, Surat (Engineering, Gems & Jewelry, Chemicals) ` ` ` Nashik ` ` J.N.Port Pune Mumbai • Maharashtra: Mumbai, Pune, Nashik (Auto/Auto Component, Textile, Pharma, Aluminum) ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Dadri • Uttar Pradesh- Noida/ Greater Noida, Ghaziabad (General Manufacturing) • Haryana- Gurgaon, Faridabad, Sonepat (Automobile, Electronics, Handloom) ` `

    10. Ludhiana Feeder Rail Connectivity For DFC Bhatinda Dadri Rewari Pirthala Pirthala • 11 Junctions along DFC to facilitate direction interchange • Dadri : Delhi-Kolkata DFC • Pirthala: Inland Container Depot at Tughlakabad • 11 Junctions along DFC to facilitate direction interchange • Dadri : Delhi-Kolkata DFC • Pirthala: Inland Container Depot at Tughlakabad Phulera Agra` Bharathpur Jodhpur Jaipur To Kolkata Marwar Marwar Barmer Barmer Kota Kota • Rewari : Bathinda/ Punjab • Phulera : Jodhpur-Marta & Jaipur-Agra Palanpur Palanpur Mehsana Kandla Kandla Amli Road/ Sabarmati • Marwar : Mumbai-Jodhpur • Palanpur : Kandla/Mundra Ports • Marwar : Mumbai-Jodhpur • Palanpur : Kandla/Mundra Ports • Marwar : Mumbai-Jodhpur • Palanpur : Kandla/Mundra Ports Jamnagar Jamnagar Vadodara (Makarpura) Porbandar Porbandar Gothangam Gothangam Gothangam Gothangam • Mahesana : Pipavav, Okha, Porbandar Ports; Jam Nagar Industry • Amli Road :Mumbai-Ahmedabad Pipavav Pipavav Nagpur Nagpur Nagpur Nagpur Manmad Manmad Manmad Manmad Vasai Road Vasai Road Vasai Road Vasai Road Nanded Nanded Nanded Nanded • Makarpura : Mumbai-Ahmedabad & Vadodara-Ratlam-Kota • Gothangam : Hazira Port-Nagpur • Vasai Road : Mumbai Port/ Konkan Rail, Pune & Nashik J.N.Port Pune Pune Pune Pune Arabian Sea Delhi-Mumbai Passenger Rail Link Feeder Rail Linkages Junctions along DFC End Terminals DFC Alignment

    11. Delhi-Mumbai G-Q Corridor in DMIC Gurgaon Jaipur Ahmedabad Vadodara Phase-1 Expressway Phase-2 Expressway Haryana National Highway connecting Delhi-Mumbai is Part of Golden Quadrilateral Total Length- 1419km Consists of NH-8, 76,79 Six-Laning of Golden Quadrilateral Link planned for completion by 2012 Dadri Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh • Expressways under construction (Phase-1) • Delhi-Gurgaon • Ahmedabad – Vadodara • Extension of Expressways, planned for completion by 2015 (Phase-2) • Gurgaon-Jaipur • Vadodara-Mumbai Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Arabian Sea Maharashtra Delhi-Mumbai G-Q End Terminals J.N.Port DFC Alignment

    12. Other NHDP Initiatives in DMIC 15 Uttaranchal 71 65 1 10 Haryana 71 58 • DMIC Region is well served by the National Highway Network • Four/Six Laning of National Highways and Port Connectivity in various phases of implementation (Approx. 25,000km) • Other Expressways in DMIC: • Mumbai-Pune on NH-4 • Mumbai-Nashik on NH-3 (Under implementation) Length of NH Network in DMIC: • Uttar Pradesh: 675km • Haryana: 910km • Rajasthan: 2148km • Gujarat: 1212km • Maharashtra: 980km 24 15 65 Dadri Rajasthan 89 11 65 Uttar Pradesh 11 89 65 15 12 14 79 3 14 76 12 Gujarat 3 79 15 8 3 12 8 59 Madhya Pradesh 3 8 6 6 Arabian Sea 6 3 Maharashtra J.N.Port 50 Mumbai-Nashik Expressway Mumbai-Pune Expressway 17 Golden Quadrilateral End Terminals National Highways DFC Alignment N-S & E-W Corridor

    13. Port Connectivity Uttaranchal Haryana Dadri • Western Coast Line: • Gujarat- 1600km , Longest Coast Length of India • Maharashtra- 720km • Gujarat- 1 Major, 40 Minor (21 Operational) • Maharashtra- 2 Major, 48 Minor (8 Operational) • Ports along West Coast in Gujarat and Maharashtra cater to 30% of Cargo Handled at Major Ports & 79% of Cargo Handled at Minor Ports Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Kandla Mundra Madhya Pradesh Dholera Porbandar Dahej Pipavav Hazira Maroli Maharashtra Alewadi J.N.Port Mumbai Port Dighi End Terminals Major Ports Medium Ports DFC Alignment Minor/Other Ports Greenfield Ports

    14. Section II : DMIC : Project Scope

    15. Vision for DMIC “To create strong economic base with globally competitive environment and state-of-the-art infrastructure to activate local commerce, enhance foreign investments and attain sustainable development” • Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor is conceived to be developed as “Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub” supported by world class infrastructure and enabling policy framework Project Goals Double employment potential in five years (14.87% CAGR) Triple industrial output in five years (24.57% CAGR) Quadruple exports from the region in five years (31.95% CAGR)

    16. Project Objectives • Industrial Infrastructure • Developing new industrial clusters • Upgradation of existing industrial estates/clusters in the corridor • Developing Modern Integrated Agro-Processing Zones with allied infrastructure • Development of IT/ITeS Hubs and other allied infrastructure • Providing efficient logistics chain with multi-modal logistic hubs • Physical Infrastructure • Development of ‘Knowledge Hubs’ with integrated approach • Feeder Road/Rail connectivity to ports, hinterlands and markets; • Development of existing Port infrastructure and Greenfield Ports; • Upgradation/ Modernization of Airports; • Setting up Power Generation Plants with transmission facilities; • Ensuring effective environment protection mechanism • Development of integrated townships

    17. Integrated Corridor Development • The development strategy for the DMIC is based on the competitiveness of each of the DMIC states : • Holistic approach adopted to identify High Impact/Market Driven Nodes along the DMIC • Each Node will be self-sustained regions with world class infrastructure and enhanced connectivity to DFC, Ports, and Hinterlands • Market Driven Nodes are proposed to be in two categories • Investment Regions - Approx. 200 sq km Area (Minimum) • Industrial Areas - Approx. 100Sqkm Area (Minimum) • A total of 20 Nodes have been identified in consultation with State Governments : • 7 Investment Regions • 13 Industrial Areas

    18. Integrated Corridor Development • Criteria for Selection of Investment Region • Each DMIC State to have at least one node to spread economic benefit • Proximity to major urban agglomerations • Potential for Developing Greenfield Ports (or) Augmentation • Availability of land parcels and established industrial base • Criteria for Selection of Industrial Area: • To take advantage of inherent strengths of specific locations • Mineral Resources • Agriculture • Industrial development, and, • Skilled Human Resource base • To spread the benefits of the corridor the project will also seek to link Under-Developed Regions along the Corridor to Well Developed Regions

    19. Haryana 2 5 1 4 Dadri 6 7 3 Rajasthan 8 9 11 10 Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra J.N.Port DFC Alignment Investment Region (Min.200SQKM) Industrial Area (Min.100SQKM) Proposed Industrial Nodes in DMIC • In UP, Haryana & Rajasthan (Total-11 Nodes): • 4 Investment Regions(IR),7 Industrial Areas (IA)

    20. Haryana Dadri Rajasthan Gujarat 12 Madhya Pradesh 13 14 15 16 17 Maharashtra 18 J.N.Port 20 19 DFC Alignment Investment Region (Min.200SQKM) Industrial Area (Min.100SQKM) Proposed Industrial Nodes in DMIC • In Gujarat & Maharashtra (Total-9 Nodes): • 3 Investment Regions(IR),6 Industrial Areas(IA)

    21. Components of Each Industrial Node • Industrial Infrastructure • New Industrial Clusters/ Parks/ SEZs • Upgradation of existing industrial estates/clusters • Modern Integrated Agro-Processing Zones with allied infrastructure • IT/ITES Hubs and other allied infrastructure • Efficient logistics chain with integrated multi-modal logistic hubs • Physical Infrastructure • Knowledge Cities / Skill Development Centers with integrated approach • Augmentation of Existing Port infrastructure & Greenfield Port Development; • Upgradation/ Modernization of Airports; • Power Generation Plants with transmission facilities; • Feeder Road/Rail connectivity to ports, hinterlands and markets; • Dovetailed integrated townships catering to investor countries • Effective Environment Protection Mechanism

    22. Nodes for Phase-1 Implementation Haryana Short listed Investment Regions: • Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh); • Manesar-Bawal (Haryana); • Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana (Rajasthan); • Ahmedabad-Dholera (Gujarat); • Igatpuri-Nashik-Sinnar Region (Maharashtra) Short listed Industrial Areas: • Meerut-Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh) • Faridabad-Palwal (Haryana); • Jaipur-Dausa (Rajasthan); • Vadodara-Ankleshwar (Gujarat); • Industrial Area at Alewadi/ Dighi Port (Maharashtra) a 1 Dadri 2 3 b Rajasthan c Gujarat Madhya Pradesh 4 d Maharashtra 5 J.N.Port e DFC Alignment Investment Region (Min.200SQKM) Industrial Area (Min.100SQKM)

    23. Investment Requirements

    24. Section III : DMIC : Project Impacts

    25. Targeted Impact • Total Employment Generation- 3 Million People • Over 67% in Manufacturing/Processing Sector • Innumerable employment opportunities in construction, O&M of facilities • DMIC will generate about 10 Million Job Opportunities during functional stage • Estimated impact on national GDP is at least 1.5% per annum

    26. Policy Regime for DMIC As approved in PCPIR Policy, No Additional Fiscal or Financial Incentives envisaged for Investment Regions/ Industrial Areas in the DMIC Region Units coming up would have the advantage of improved infrastructure Integrated Transport/Logistics Hubs would be set up , through Private Sector Participation, to facilitate warehousing & faster movement of goods Similar advantage to the units in terms of availability of trained manpower, as Knowledge Hubs are envisaged to be set up on Public Private Partnership

    27. Measures for Safe and Smooth Movement of Goods Vehicles in DMIC Region • Modernization and Computerization of Integrated Border Check Posts at interstate transit points in the DMIC Region Enabling Smooth Flow of Goods • Implementing GPS Based Vehicle Identification & Location System for safe movement of freight vehicles • Introducing Smart Card Based Single Point Electronic Payment of Toll Charges to facilitate unhindered & expeditious movement of freight vehicles

    28. Section IV : DMIC : Implementation Structure

    29. Key Issues in Project Implementation • The complexity of implementing the DMIC will require rigorous detailing of all aspects of the project prior to implementation : • Engineering • Environmental • Social • Financial • Contractual, etc • The size of the project will also require to be implemented in phases. This will be critical in ensuring its sustainability • Given the involvement of multiple Ministries and multiple state governments an effective framework for co-ordination is critical • The DMIC Project involves an investment of US$ 90 bn with 60-70 different projects. An a priori strategy for the mobilization of finances to cover each phase of the project will also be critical

    30. Four-Tier Implementation Structure • An Apex Authority, Headed by the Prime Minister with concerned Central Ministers and Chief Ministers of respective DMIC States as Members; • A Corporate Entity, referred as DMIC Development Corporation (DMICDC), to coordinate Project Development, Finance and Implementation; • State-level Coordination Entity for coordination between DMICDC, Various State Govt. Entities and Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs); • Project specific Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) to implement individual project components viz. Industrial Areas/SEZs, Roads, Power, Ports, Airports etc

    31. Functions of the DMIC Steering Authority Providing Guidance and Vision to the Project Formulating policies for the Project (in case required) Project Approval and Approval of the financing pattern Setting up timelines for implementations and monitoring thereof

    32. Composition of the DMIC Steering Group • Prime Minister • Central Ministers for Finance, Urban Development, Commerce & Industry • Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission • Ministers In-charge of Infrastructure, viz. Shipping; Road Transport & Highways; Railways; Civil Aviation and Power • Chief Ministers of UP, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat & Maharashtra • Union Minister for Environment & Forest, Labour & Employment, Petroleum & Natural Gas, Chemicals & Petrochemicals would be invitees

    33. DMIC Development Corporation (DMICDC) Dedicated in nature so that it is fully focused on the program; Authority and support of government (central and state); Flexibility of a corporate environment; and Backing of central government so that funds from various sources including ODA can be channelised to the intended areas

    34. Composition of the DMICDC • A full-time CMD • Select Financial and Infrastructure Experts • Six Experts from the fields of Urban Planning, Railways, Power Development, Skill Development, Agro-Processing and Environment • Secretaries of Government of India, Ministries/Departments and Chief Secretaries of State Governments represented in Steering Authority • Head of Japan External Trade Relation Organization (JETRO) • Implementing Agency of Delhi-Mumbai Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)

    35. Role of DMICDC Preparation of Perspective and Business Plan for the Corridor Coordination with various Central and State Government departments, agencies and other stakeholders Formulation & Development of Various Projects identified under the plan Raising of Financial Resources from various external and internal sources including those available with the various Line Ministries Formation of Special Purpose Vehicles for implementation of various projects Provide seed corpus to be able to provide VGF support to projects

    36. Financial Structure of the DMICDC • 50 % equity contributed by GOI • 50 % equity contributed by Financial Institution(s) and other Infrastructure organizations • Loans facilitated by DMICDC – as a pass-through arrangements for specific projects • Project Development Funds contributed by GOI, GOJ and FIs

    37. Project Development Fund (PDF) • Magnitude and importance of Project necessitates creation of Project Development Fund: • Cost of Project development would be substantial • Funding would need to be accessed from variety of sources-Central and State Govt., Indian and Foreign investors, bilateral and multilateral Institutions • Investments to be recovered from PPP projects • USD 250 mn to be raised as Project Development Fund from Govt of India, Japan and FIs • The PDF to be used specifically for all Project Development Activities to reach technical and financial closure • PDF ensures availability of finance to get projects off the ground

    38. Commitment of DMIC States Each State Government will notify a nodal agency to coordinate with DMICDC, State level agencies, and SPVs Coordinates implementation of investment regions/ industrial areas in each state; Assists in acquiring the land necessary for setting up infrastructure, processing and non-processing areas; Facilitates all clearances required from the State Government Arrange requisite funding for development of infrastructure, through budgetary resources or by availing existing schemes of GoI Ensures world class physical infrastructure and utilities, linkages under its jurisdiction within a stipulated time frame after notifying the location

    39. Project Specific SPVs • Implementation of specific components of industrial nodes • Projects to be awarded to operators with all relevant clearances and through a transparent bidding process • Project Operators to raise finances, implement and operate the project • Independent Board of Directors for each SPV • Debts to be raised domestically and externally • Debts could also be raised by DMICDC and passed on to SPVs

    40. Section V : Perspectives on Funding

    41. Overview • Project Development Phase : • Estimated Requirement : USD 250 mn • Suggested Structure : Venture Capital Fund • Project Developer : DMICDC • Recovery of Investment : From successful bidders • Contributors : Need for ODA/grants • Project Implementation Phase : • Estimated Requirements : USD 90 bn • Suggested Structure : SPV • Critical Requirement : Long term equity Long term debt/sub-debt Viability Gap Funding Debt Service Reserve

    42. Positioning JBIC • DMIC will require significant quantum of long term financing : • The Indian financial system will typically provide debt of upto 15 years • Several of the DMIC projects will require funding of upto 30 years • Multi-laterals and Bi-laterals will require to provide long term funding • A number of projects in the DMIC will be implemented on PPP basis • As it currently stands, these SPV’s will require GoI guarantee to access JBIC funding which would not be forthcoming under the current GoI FRBM policy • It is proposed that JBIC consider annuity payment from Government to individual sub-projects as deemed sovereign guarantee • A similar dispensation maybe considered where recovery of investments are predicated on the levy of dedicated cess

    43. Section VI : Next Steps

    44. Way Forward • GoI is taking steps to implement the DMIC as a project of national priority : • Formation of DMIC Steering Authority • Formation of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation • Induction of an appropriate Agency as PMC • Establishment of a Project Development Fund • Concurrently, the preparation of a shelf of projects is also underway • It is now necessary for the GoJ and business leaders to formulate specific proposals and roles that they would like to play in the DMIC initiative • This would need to be crystallised in the next meeting of the Task Force by the end of July

    45. Timelines The Third Meeting of the Task Force is scheduled towards the end of July in Tokyo Pursuant to the foregoing, the Presentation of the Final Concept would be made to the Hon’ble Prime Ministers of India & Japan in August, 2007 Finalization of DPRs including financing plans Project Launch in January 2008

    46. Thank You

    47. Implementation Framework DMIC Steering Authority (Headed by Prime Minister, with concerned Central Ministers & Chief Ministers as Members) DMICDC (A Corporate Entity with representation from Central & State Govt. Agencies, FIIs and DFC) Master Development Plan, Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies, Business Plans, Projects Prioritization, Bundling & Unbundling of Projects to Central/Line Ministries & State Govt State-level Coordination Entity/ Nodal Agency Project Specific Special Purpose Companies (SPC) (For both Central & State Govt Projects viz. Ports, Airports, Roads, Industrial Areas, Power etc) Approvals & Clearances (FIPB, NSC, MOEF etc), Monitoring & Commissioning of Projects, Financing Arrangement etc Project-1 Project-2 Project-3 Project-4

    48. Project Component: New Export Oriented Units/ SEZs • Involves setting up self-sustainable manufacturing/industrial processing activities (SEZs/ Industrial Parks/ Port Based Industries) • These regions shall be: • Sector-specific/ multi-product depending upon the location (or) specific potentials of the region • Will be part of all the 18 envisaged Common Investment Regions in DMIC • Could be inclusive of SEZs/ Industrial Parks that are various stages of approvals

    49. Project Component: Augmentation of Industrial Estates Haryana • Focus is on identifying industrial estates that have potential for further augmentation • Augmentation measures for industrial estates include: • Expansion of area allocated with requisite amenities • Improvement of existing physical and social infrastructure (Road/Rail, Truck Terminals/Warehousing Zones) • Development of requisite common infrastructure as CETP, Hazardous Waste Management Facility (HWMF) etc • In all, 12 to 15 Locations identified across the DMIC Region 2 1 Dadri 7 3 Rajasthan 9 11 Gujarat 12 Madhya Pradesh 13 14 17 Maharashtra 18 J.N.Port 19 DFC Alignment Industry Augmentation Locations Investment Region (100SQKM) Industrial Area (25SQKM)

    50. Haryana 5 1 Dadri Rajasthan 8 11 Gujarat 12 Madhya Pradesh 16 17 Maharashtra 18 J.N.Port 19 DFC Alignment Integrated Agro/Food Processing Zone Investment Region (100SQKM) Industrial Area (25SQKM) Project Component:Integrated Agro/Food Processing Zone Developing Integrated Agro/ Food Processing Zones with backward and forward Linkages to offer necessary fillip to agriculture and food processing industries Indicative Components: Horticulture Hub and Food processing Zone- End to End Approach to integrate the process Cold Chain Logistics Infrastructure Retail Infrastructure: Strong retail front-end Short listed Locations (in all 9 Locations): Node-1 & 2 in UP - Food Grains, Vegetables Node-5 (Sonepat) - Vegetables, Food Grains Node-8 & 11 (Dausa and Pali)- Guar Gum, Fruits/Vegetables, Oil & Cotton Seed Process Node-12,16 &17 (Mahesana, Navsari and Valsad) - Isabgul, Spices, Mango, Sapodilla Node-18&19(Nashik, Pune) -Wine Processing, Fruits & Vegetables 2