Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor

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Infrastructure Management

Impact of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development

Executive Summary


Executive Summary2
Chapter 1: DMIC Overview4
1.1 Introduction4
1.2 Vision for DMIC4
1.4 Current Status5
Chapter 2: Conceptualization6
2.1 Integrated Corridor Development Approach for DMIC6
2.2 Concept of Node Based Development6
2.2.1 Selection Criteria for Investment Region:6
2.2.2 Selection Criteria for Industrial Area:6
2.3 Location of Investment Regions and Industrial Areas6
2.4 Project Influence Area7
Chapter 3: Impact of DMIC8
3.1 Sectoral Objectives8
3.1.1Industrial Infrastructure:8
3.1.2 Physical and Social Infrastructure:8
3.1.3 Power Sector:8
3.1.4 Ports Sector:9
3.1.5 Airports:9
3.1.6 Industrial Estates:9
3.1.7 Industrial Infrastructure:9
3.1.8 Human Resource Development:9
3.1.9 Agro and Food Processing Sector9
3.1.10 Integrated townships:10
3.1.11 Development of feeder rail connectivity:10
3.1.12 Development of feeder road links:10

Chapter 1: DMIC Overview

“It will give boost to infrastructure, generate millions of jobs”

1.1 Introduction

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor is a mega infra-structure project of USD 90 billion with the financial & technical aids from Japan, covering an overall length of 1483 KMs between the political capital and the business capital of India, i.e. Delhi and Mumbai. A MOU was signed in December 2006 between Vice Minister, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of Government of Japan and Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP).

The Government of India has announced establishing of the Multi-modal High Axle Load Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) between Delhi and Mumbai, covering an overall length of 1483 km and passing through the six States - U.P, NCR of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra, with end terminals at Dadri in the National Capital Region of Delhi and Jawaharlal Nehru Port near Mumbai. The Dedicated Freight Corridor envisages a high-speed connectivity for High Axle Load Wagons of Double Stacked Container Trains supported by high power locomotives. The Delhi - Mumbai leg of the Golden Quadrilateral National Highway also runs almost parallel to the Freight Corridor. This corridor will be equipped with an array of infrastructure facilities such as power facilities, rail connectivity to ports en route etc.

This high-speed connectivity between Delhi and Mumbai offers immense opportunities for development of an Industrial corridor along the alignment of the connecting infrastructure. A band of 150 km Influence region) has been chosen on both sides of the Freight corridor to be developed as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).

The government has 49 per cent stake in the DMIC project, while Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services has 41 per cent and Infrastructure Development Finance Company 10 per cent. The industrial corridor has proposed a revolving fund of Rs.18,500 crore to finance trunk infrastructure such as sewage disposal and roads, with the government providing 35-40 per cent of the financing. The proposed new cities will get Rs.2,500 crore while Rs.1,000 crore will be available for planning and project development. The new national manufacturing policy and the DMIC project will give a big boost to infrastructure and is estimated to generate 100 million jobs for the youth in rural and urban areas.

1.2 Vision for DMIC

The vision for DMIC is 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 to be conceived as a Model Industrial Corridor of international standards with emphasis on expanding the manufacturing and services base and...
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