North East Business Summit, New Delhi

List of Project profiles for North East Business Summit, New Delhi

Tapioca processing Unit for the production of SAGO(Sabodana) and Starch.

  Cement Plant (500 tones per day)

Cement Project

Jameri Dolomite Project

Natural Gas based Naptha Project

Rupa Dolomite Project, Metallic Magnesia from Dolomite.

Fruit based alcoholic beverage

Ginger Dehydration Plants

Potato Processing

Development of orchids cut-flower

Resource Development and value addition of medicinal Plants in Arunachal Pradesh

Ferro Alloys Plant

Fruit processing & Aseptic Packaging plant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Project profiles for North East Business Summit, New Delhi

 

Sl-No

Name of Project

Location

District

1.

Tapioca Processing Unit for production of Sago (Sabodana) and Starch

-

Tirap

2

Cement Plant (500 tones per day)

Tidding

Lohi

3.

Cement Project

Pangin-Boleng

East Siang

4.

Jameri Dolomite Project

Jameri

West kameng

5.

Gas Turbine Power Project (100MW)

Kharsang

Changlang

6.

Natural Gas based Naptha Project

Kumchai/Diyum

Changlang

7.

Rupa Dolomite Project

Rupa

West Kameng

8.

Fruit based Alcoholic beverage

Bhalukpong

West Kameng

9.

Ginger Dehydration Plant(s)

(i)       Roing

(ii)     Pasighat

Lower Dibang Valley

East Siang

10.

Potato Chip Manufacturing

Bhalukpong

West Kameng

11

Orchid Cut Flower Industry/Floriculture

i)    Rupa/Bomdila/ Dirang/Bhalukpong/ Tipi

ii)   Yachuli/ Joram/ Hapoli

iii)      Doimukh/ Naharlagun/ Itanagar

iv)      Pasighat

v)       Anna

vi)      Roing

 

vii)    Deomali/ Khonsa

i)West Kameng

 

 

ii)Lower Subansiri

 

iii)Papumpare

 

 

iv) East Siang

v) U/Dibang Valley

vi) L/Dibang Valley

vii) Tirap

 

12.

Large Scale Medicinal Plants

To be decided later

West Kameng/ Tawang/ Dibang Valley/ Papumpare/ Lohit

13.

Ferro Alloys Plant

Itanagar

Papumpare

14.

Fruit Processing & Aseptic Packaging

Bhalukpong

West Kameng

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Tapioca processing Unit for the production of SAGO(Sabodana) and Starch.

 

1.

Name of Project

Tapioca processing Unit for the production of SAGO(Sabodana) and Starch.

 

 

Location within State /Country

Tirap District in Arunachal Pradesh

 

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Naharkatta (Assam) is only 67 KM from

Knonsa and air link Chabua (Mohanbari) is

128 KM.

 

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 220.20 lakhs on revised estimated

Market price during 2002.

 

5

Capital Equipment

Rs. 102.84 lakhs

 

6

Raw Materials

20,000 MT

 

7

Environment Impact

Instructions/orders from Ministry of E&F,

GOI will be followed and clearance from State Pollution Board will be obtained.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

NA

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, Naharlagun

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

On receipt of proposal on first come first basis and also after observing connected formalities including legal, if any.

 

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

As per Agricultural Policy and Industrial

Policy adopted by State Govt.

 

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

With in 6 months of receipt of investment

.proposal.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

Negotiable within the Policy framework

14

Expected level of government participation

Govt. will provide administrative and statutory support

15

Expected Return on investment

Rs. 78.00 lakhs per annum.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per RBI and GOI’s Policy

17

Expected Source Financing

To be financed by investors, if necessary with assistance from IFCI Ltd.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

NA

19

Feasibility Report

Already prepared

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

 

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring). The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cement Plant (500 tones per day)

 

1.

Name of Project

500 tones per day cement plant

 

Location within State /Country

Tidding, Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Road: road connection from Tezu

Rail: Rupai siding, doomdooma, District Tinsukia, Assam

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 500.00 Assam

5

Capital Equipment

To be decided later after financial tie is fixed

6

Raw Materials

Limestone: Tidding Deposit

Coke breeze, Dhanbad (Coal of Grade – II is also available in Namchik-Namphuk Coalfields, 8423 million tones)

Gypsum : Bhutan and Rajasthan

Clay : Tezu area.

7

Environment Impact

Approved EMP from Ministry of Environment, GOI will be strictly implemented and Clarence from state pollution Control Board will be obtained as early as possible

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

To be decided by the investor

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Geology and Mining, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

As a joint venture with the state Government enterprises/undertaking or approach the Government with proposal and funds for promotion of private sector project on first come first basis.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

BOO( Build Own and Operate) basis

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

As per proposed programme by the promoter as well as on negotiations for fixing the time frame.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

State Government will make all out efforts for early clearance/permissions and extend full co-operation & support.

14

Expected level of government participation

Depending on the proposal for joint venture. But State Government shall prefer the BOO project by the promoter/investor.

15

Expected Return on investment

15% in the first ten years. It may increase afterwards substantially.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per RBI as well as GOI policy

17

Expected Source Financing

International commercial loan, Export credit agencies, domestic financial institutions.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

No.

19

Feasibility Report

Techno-economic feasibility studies carried out by NEITCO in 1983. DPR preparation in under consideration.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

Development Consultants, Calcutta(now Kolkata) conducted studies for sustaining small cement plan at Tezu. Some bands of chemical grade limestone have also been reported from the Tidding area.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Cement Project

1.

Name of Project

Cement Project

 

Location within State /Country

Pangin Boleng  Lime stone Mines in East Siang District, Pasighat District HQ.

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Road : NH 52

Nearest Rail Head – markong Seleh

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 100 crores

5

Capital Equipment

Land Building site – rs. 195 lakhs development. Plan & machineries Rs. 640 lakhs

6

Raw Materials

Major raw material Lime stone available mine site of Boleng.

7

Environment Impact

No major impact on environment. However, clearance from State Pollution Control Board & Ministry of Environment, Govt. of India will be obtained.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

To be proposed by the promotion Investors.

9.

Promoting Department

Department of geology and Mining, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar or department of Industries, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

 

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

 

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

 

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

 

14

Expected level of government participation

 

15

Expected Return on investment

 

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

 

17

Expected Source Financing

 

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

 

19

Feasibility Report

Feasibility Report and Project Report to be prepared by the technical Consultant.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

i)         Break ever capacity 81.5% capacity utilization.

ii)        Capacity 50000 TPA Mini cement Plant

iii)      Other raw materials required

a)      Clay – 15000 tonne

b)      Gypsum – 2500000 tonne

c)      Coal – 12500 tonne

d)      Electricity – 6000000 tonne

iv)      Lime stone reserved estimated about 365.7 million tones.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Jameri Dolomite Project

1.

Name of Project

Jameri Dolomite Project

 

Location within State /Country

Jameri in West Kameng district of  Arunachal Pradesh

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Road : 52  NH connected Bhalukpong. Upto Jameri Border Road.

Rail: Nearest railway siding is Bhalukpong

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 20.00 crore

5

Capital Equipment

Mining Machinery used in other parts of the country

6

Raw Materials

Dolomite : Jameri, Kaspi Nallah, Dedza, Rupa. Grade-I Dolomite is available in the above areas may be used Dolomite refractory bricks, dolomite chips, dolomite dust for various purposes.

7

Environment Impact

Approved EMP from Ministry of Environment, GOI will be strictly implemented and clearance from State Pollution Control Board will be obtained as early as possible

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Impact

To be proposed by the investor.

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Geology and Mining, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

As a joint venture with the State Government enterprises/undertakings or approach the Government with proposal and funds for promotion of  private sector project on first cum first basis.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

BOO( Build Own and Operate) basis

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

As per proposed programme by the promoter as well as on negotiations for fixing the time frame.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

As per State Industrial Policy 2001 and Industrial Policy of GOI 1991, specific incentives are to be provided to the promoters/investors.

14

Expected level of government participation

Depending on the proposal for joint venture. But State Government shall prefer the BOO project by the promoter/investor.

15

Expected Return on investment

To be worked out.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per RBI as well as GOI policy

17

Expected Source Financing

International commercial loan, Export credit agencies, domestic financial institutions.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

No.

19

Feasibility Report

Geological Data of work done by various Central/State Government agencies are available. DPR is yet to made.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

Extraction of Magnesium from the Dolomite will make the venture printable with the export market possibilities. The dolomite shows its suitability for using refractory bricks for SMS and Blast Furnace.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natural Gas based Naptha Project

1.

Name of Project

Kumchai Naptha Project

 

Location within State /Country

Kumchai and Diyum areas of Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Road : 38  NH connected Bordumsa- Kumchai.

Rail: Nearest are Lekhapani and Digboi (Assam)

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 8900 lakh

5

Capital Equipment

As per requirement and upto date modern technology

6

Raw Materials

Associated Natural Gas available locally at Kumchai Oilfields operated by Oil India Limited.

7

Environment Impact

Approved EMP from Ministry of Environment, GOI will be strictly implemented and clearance from State Pollution Control Board will be obtained as early as possible

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

To be proposed by the investor.

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Geology and Mining, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

As a joint venture with the State Government enterprises/undertakings or approach the Government with proposal and funds for promotion of  private sector project on first cum first basis.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

BOO( Build Own and Operate) basis

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

As per proposed programme by the promoter as well as on negotiations for fixing the time frame.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

As per State Industrial Policy 1999 and Industrial Policy of GOI 1991, specific incentives are to be provided to the promoters/investors.

14

Expected level of government participation

Depending on the proposal for joint venture. But State Government shall prefer the BOO project by the promoter/investor.

15

Expected Return on investment

To be worked out.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per RBI as well as GOI policy

17

Expected Source Financing

International commercial loan, Export credit agencies, domestic financial institutions.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

No.

19

Feasibility Report

FR is yet to be made.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

50,000 SCMD (with + 10% variation) of gas is available. The gas is having high wax content which can be utilized for manufacturing Naptha and Xalline wax.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw mateirl availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Rupa Dolomite Project, Metallic Magnesia from Dolomite.

1.

Name of Project

Rupa Dolomite Project, Metallic Magnesia from Dolomite.

2

Location within State /Country

PO. Rupa

West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh

3

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Road : NH 52, connected nearest rail Wed. Bhalukpong (MG)

Rongia (BG)

River connection: Brahmaputra, Guwahati.

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 325 crores

5

Capital Equipment

Land & Building Rs. 30 crore, Plant & machinery Rs. 225 crores

6

Raw Materials

Major raw materials required

i)       Dolomite – Mines in Rupa

ii)     Ferrosilicon.

7

Environment Impact

No major impact on Environment. However, clearance from State Pollution  Control Board and Ministry of Environment GOI will be obtained as early as possible.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Impact

To be proposed by the promoter/ investor.

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Geology and Mining, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

Joint venture with the Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh or by the Pvt. Investor/Company as per Industrial Policy 2001(provision kept).

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

MoU as per decision of the State Govt. after negotiation with the investor

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

Time frame can be fixed/ finalize as per programme of the investor with negotiation with the Govt.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

As per State Industrial Policy 2001 and Industrial Policy of GOI 1991, special incentive for North East Region.

14

Expected level of government participation

Preferably 100% investment by the Investor. Except Administrative facility by the Govt.

15

Expected Return on investment

15% on capital investment.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per guideline of RBI and GOI.

17

Expected Source Financing

Promoter’s contribution and loan from the financial institute.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

No.

19

Feasibility Report

Feasibility report and project report to be prepared by the Technical Consulting Agency.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

Economic capacity operation for 300  days a year @ 100MT/day.

Capacity of the Plant 12000 TPY

Product is metallic Magnesia from Dolomite.

Main raw material- Dolomite from Rupa Mines.

Project will include a ferrosilicon plant for which basic raw materials are quartz, core steel scarp/iron ore and lime stone as plan.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Fruit based alcoholic beverage

1.

Name of Project

Fruit based alcoholic beverage

 

Location within State /Country

Bhalukpong, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh.

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Situated in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nearest Rail head is Rangapara/ Tezpur which is a 1½ hours journey (by eoad)

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

-

5

Capital Equipment

-

6

Raw Materials

1.     Fruit, Juice/ Concentrate

2.     Spirit

3.     Containers & Packaging

4.     Yeast

7

Environment Impact

Adequate preventive measures to be taken as per statutory provisions.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

-

9.

Promoting Department

Private entrepreneurship to be routed through Department of Tax & Excise.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

An application and submission of a detailed project report

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

Excise Policy/Industrial Policy. Under the Excise Policy, license will be granted to tribals and outside investors jointly.

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

Approximately one month

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

In addition to incentives under the Industrial Policy and Central Government incentives.

i.          Exemption for payment if import fees for various spirits(raw material) for a period of 3 years.

ii.        50%n reduction in prevailing excise duty rates for 3 years.

iii.       Exemption from payment of export fee for exports outside the State.

iv.      No local Sales tax levied so far.

14

Expected level of government participation

In Excise matter only.

15

Expected Return on investment

-

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

-

17

Expected Source Financing

To be made by investors

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

-

19

Feasibility Report

To be undertaken by the investors.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

Owing to mild climatic conditions, there is an abundant production of fruits in the state. Approximately 44128 Hectare of surface area is under fruit cultivation and annually 93081 metric tones of fruits are produced. The fruit growing belts are easily accessible from major road heads. The bottling plant for Indian Made Foreign Liquor has already peen set up in Balukpong and doing good business both in and outside the state. The local alcoholic brew makes use of locally produced fruits too. Traditional methods of brewing this drink is carried out in almost all households. No preservatives are being used and still the shelf life of these drink span a week to over a year without spoiling. There is tremendous potential in manufacture in a commercial basis. Not much raw material is required for wine or any other alcoholic beverage. Bhalukpong in West Kameng District. AP is ideally located since it is the gateway to the apple growing region. Its proximity to Tezpur and Guwahati ensures a good communication link for movement of goods. There is also a cold storage facility in Bhalukpong which can be expanded to meet increased requirements for storage of fruits etc. Manpower is readily available locally and if required can be imported from surrounding areas.

The Govt. is committed to inviting investors to the State and various incentives by way of tax and excise duties have already been extended by the Govt. Projects are being examined as priority.

 

 

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to Single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Ginger Dehydration Plants

1.

Name of Project

Ginger Dehydration Plants

-       Two Plants : one each at Roing and Pasighat.

-       1000 TPA capacity each.

 

Location within State /Country

Roing in Lower Dibang Valley District and Pasighat in East Siang District.

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

For  Roing – Dibrugarh/Tinsukia for Pasighat – Jonai/ Makengselek for onward road/ rail connectivity.

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

800 lakhs

5

Capital Equipment

200 lakhs

6

Raw Materials

Available indigenously (green ginger)

7

Environment Impact

To be regulated as per GOI, Ministry of Env. & Forest guidelines.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

Nil.

9.

Promoting Department

Agriculture Department.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

Based on offer on first come first basis.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

As per Agricultural and Industrial Policies of the State Govt..

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

6(six) months from submission of offer.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

Besides tax holidays etc. the Govt. will provide “Arunachal Brand” name for packaged products.

14

Expected level of government participation

Administrative and statutory support, leasing of land etc.

15

Expected Return on investment

1000 tones per annum for each plant.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

-

17

Expected Source Financing

To be financed by investors if required with assistance from IFCI Ltd.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

-

19

Feasibility Report

Based on study by Tata Consultancy Services.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

1.      Ginger is abundantly grown almost throughout the state.

2.      The export market for dehydrated ginger comprises USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK and Gulf Countries. Besides there is large domestic market for dehydrated ginger.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile for Potato Processing

1.

Name of Project

Potato Chips making unit

 

Location within State /Country

Bhalukpong, West Kameng Dist., Arunachal Pradesh.

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Rail: Tezpur(Assam)

Road: Guwahati, Tezpur and Balipara through NH-52, Tezpur is 69km and guwahati 328 km away from project site.

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 3.4835 crores.

5

Capital Equipment

Out of total capital cost Rs. 1.304 crores for plant & machinery as used in other parts of the country.

6

Raw Materials

Locally available fresh potato of Bomdila & Tawang.

7

Environment Impact

Echo-friendly, however approved EMP from Ministry of Environment, GOI will be strictly implemented and clearances from State Pollution Control Board will be obtained as early as possible.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

Nil

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Agriculture, Govt of AP, Naharlagun through  Sarmu Cultural Welfare Association, Dirang.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

On approval selection will be made through dully constituted Board already in existence by method of single window clearance.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

As per approved Industrial & Agricultural Policy

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

12 months

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

As per norms of the Central & State Govt.

14

Expected level of government participation

21.5% of the total cost of project

15

Expected Return on investment

Rs. 4.364 crores at 100% capacity utilization.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

47:53

17

Expected Source Financing

a)    Grant as per Central & State Policy

b)   Promoters contribution 40%

c)    Term loans on financial Institution Rs. 1.64 crores.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

Nil.

19

Feasibility Report

There is ample feasibility considering sufficient quantity of local production of raw materials.

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

 

The basic raw materials potato is available from nearby project area o(Bomdila, Tawang in West Kameng and Tawang district respectively of Arunachal Pradesh. And also from nearby district of Sonitpur (Assam). These areas are very reach in quality potato cultivation and cultivated twice in a year.

Total production is more than 20000 MT per annum which is above then the required quantity of potato i.e. 1320 MT per annum by the unit.

 

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Development of orchids cut-flower

1.

Name of Project

Development of orchids cut-flower industry/floriculture in Arunachal Pradesh

 

Location within State /Country

West Kameng District: Rupa, Bomdila, Dirang, Bhalukpong, Tipi.

 Lower Subansiri Dist.: Yachuli, Joram, Hapoli

Papumpare District: Doimukh, Naharlagun, Itanagar

East Siang : Pasighat

U/Dibang Valley Dist: Anna

Dibang Valley Dist: Roing, Tezu

Tirap Dist: Deomali, Khonsa.

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

All locations are well connected  by road nearest  Airports : Tezpur, Dibrugarh, North Lakhimpur.

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 10,03,07800/-

5

Capital Equipment

Planting materials, T/C lab equipments like Autoclaves, Air conditioners, Shaker cum incubators glasswares, Chemicals, Generator set, Transformer, hardening unit Farm houses, Green houses, irrigation.

6

Raw Materials

Latest cut flower quality clones of cymblidiums, paphs, dendrobium vanda & orchidiums group of orchids. Lillium bulbs, Gladiolus bulbs, Anthuriuma, Gerhera, Carnations.

7

Environment Impact

The project is an eco-friendly venture. Enhances the greeny of the waste/jhum lands, reduces pressure on forest resources.

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

Nearly Rs. 78,20,000/- worth of plant material would be imported from  Singapore , Thailand, Australia, Newzeland & Germany/ Europe.

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Environment and forests, Horticulture, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

Through VFMCs (Forest Department) & District Councils of the respective areas.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

No Policy evolved.

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

Two-Three months

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

State Govt. Industry Development Policy.

14

Expected level of government participation

50%

15

Expected Return on investment

Rs. 12,50,00,000/-  on fifth year (see Annexure-2, Expected returns (A&B)

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

Nil

17

Expected Source Financing

State/Central Govt. NEC,NHB,NAEB, SFAC, NABARD, NEDFi and private.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

Investments by Local/Outside agencies

19

Feasibility Report

Study conducted by APEDA,NEC & NEDFi on floriculture

20

Other General Information

Provide Details regarding:

Arunachal Pradesh has the agro-climatic advantage at tropical and temperate regions to grow verities of floricultural products in addition to rich genetic diversity. These factors are important for the investments in the sector advantageously.

Out of bout 1200 species of orchids reported so far from India, about 600 (nearest 50%) species of tropical, sub-tropical and temperate varieties are naturally occurring in Arunachal Pradesh. This rich concentration of orchids in the state may be attributed to theideal agro climatic industry factors like varied vegetationa1 types from tropical to Alpine, high rainfall and relative humidity in the atmosphere more or less throughout the year.

 

Orchids arc known worldwide for their multicolored long lasting quality cut

flowers. They occupy the top place in the world cut-flower trade market.

 

Realizing the commercial potential of orchids in the world floriculture market with over 75000 crores with increasing demand at over 4% per year, Government of India provided 1000 crores in VII plan and equal amount in the IX plan for promoting this sector, mainly orchids in North-East India.

 

Under the Prime Minister’s package for development of NE Region some infrastructure development activities are is progress. Guwahati Airport has been elevated to the international status. Cold storage units are being set up at  Guwahati and in Arunachal Pradesh. Small airports are being upgraded. North Eastern council, Shillong, NHB, APEDA are playing a vital role in encouraging the entrepreneurs in the floriculture field.

 

State forest Research Institute under the department of environment and Forests of Arunachal Pradesh has contributed significantly in the  field of orchidology by conducting research in developing protocols for orchids propagation through tissue culture on commercial scale, developing cultivation packages for various groups of orchids in various climatic zones and also successfully transferred the technology from lab to field and to some local tribal progressive farmers on small scale in west Kameng and lower Subansiri district areas in the state.

However, with improvement in the technologies and keeping in view of the highly competitive and sophisticated market in Europe ,USA, Japan etc. there is a need for adopting the modern cultivation techniques making use of green/poly houses with controlled environment to produce high quality, blameless cut-flower for export purposes. In order to achieve the same biotechnological approaches will have to be adopted in improving the quality of flowers by way of breeding, polyploidy experiment in propagating     the selected clones of hybrid orchids for large scale cultivation, effective post harvest technology, advanced packing technology and quick and safe transportation to be distinctions. This obviously warrants huge investment for creating infrastructure, commercial scale production   of seedling in T.C. lab and efficient system of management.

 

In addition to other floriculture plants like lillium, Gladiolus, Gerbera, Carnations, Anthurium also have great potentials in the floriculture industry with returns in Arunachal Pradesh as experiment at M/s Nana-Koo Agro Pvt. Ltd., Hapoli (Ziro).

 Accordingly, the project has been proposed for developing farming and trade of tropical, sub-tropical and temperate orchids as shown in the map of Arunachal Pradesh by involving local tribal and attracting investors with following objectives.

1.  Training in orchids propagation and  

     Commercial farming.

2.  Development of commercial orchids     

     farms/floriculture units at various places     

     of the State.

3.      Production of 5, 00,000 seedlings and cut-flowers of commercially potentials orchids hybrids and other like Lillium, Gladiolus etc.

4.      Development of Post-harvest and marketing infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resource Development and value addition of medicinal Plants in Arunachal Pradesh

This Project is proposed for overall development of medicinal plant sector in Arunachal Pradesh. The major components are augmentation of raw materials, value addition and health care tourism. Each of them are described separately below.

1.

Name of Project

Large Scale Medicinal Plants farms of high value species like Kutki, Gensing, Copties etc. 

2

Location within State /Country

WestKameng,Tawang, DibangValley, Papumpare , Lohit etc.

3

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Rail:- Bhalug Pong, Tinsukia

Road:-Tezpur/Tinsukia

Sca:- Calcutta Port

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Land leasing cost will depend on local conditions. Per hector cultivation cost will come to about Rs. 10,000 to 20,000 excluding cost of fencing. The rate will vary according to species.

5

Capital Equipment

Mechanical tiller, Drip Irrigation system, Mist chambers Drier/blower, vehicle, building/labour sheds.

6

Raw Materials

Taxus-Leaves

Kutki, Gensing, Copties underground roots /rhizome

7

Environment Impact

No harmful impact , eco-friendly rather

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

Nil

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Forest & Environment

Department of Health & Family welfare

Department of Industry

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

Through competitive abidding and through screening by the appropriate policy. 

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

Agriculture and industrial policy

 

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

 

1 year

 

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

Govt. can provide incentive in the establishment of the farms and also by providing subsidy in the bank loans what so ever

14

Expected level of government participation

Not more then 25%

15

Expected Return on investment

The return will be the tune of 1:3

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

Note applicable

17

Expected Source Financing

1.Medicinal plant Board

2. Financial institution like NEDFi

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

 

19

Feasibility Report

To be prepared by expert agency

20

Other General Information

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There is potential for growing these species and similar others as production farms in suitable agro climatic zones for which land and recourses are available. Joint ventures would be ideal.

Taxus, Kutki, and Gensing etc can be grown profitably in the alpine region of west Kameng and tawang district while Dibang valley and lohit distritct would be suitable for coptis. Sufficient  lands and suitable agro-technique are already available for the species mentioned.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Profile format

Ferro Alloys Plant

1.

Name of Project

Ferro Alloys Plant

 

Location within State /Country

Within Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh

 

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

Road:- 52NH , Rail:- Harmoti Assam

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

20 Crore

5

Capital Equipment

Allied machinery with up to date modern technology

6

Raw Materials

Quartz, Silicon

7

Environment Impact

Approved EMP from Ministry of Environment , GOI will be strictly implemented and clearance from State Pollution Control Board will be obtained as early as possible 

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

To be proposed by the Investor

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Industry Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh , Itanagar

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

As joint venture with State Govt. enterprises/undertaking or approach the government with proposal and fund for promotion of private sector project on first come first basis.

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

BOO)(Build own and Operate) basis

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

As per the proposed programme by the promoter as well as on negotiations for fixing the time frame.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

As per the state industrial policy 2001 and industrial policy of the GOI 1991, specific incentives are to be provided to the promoters/investor.

14

Expected level of government participation

Depending on the proposal for joint venture. But State Govt. shall prefer the BOO project by the promoter/investor.

15

Expected Return on investment

To be worked out

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per Reserve Bank of India and GOI, policy

17

Expected Source Financing

International commercial loan, export credits agencies, domestic financial institution

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

No

19

Feasibility Report

Preliminary feasibility report prepared. 

20

Other General Information

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Formation of single window clearance committee is under process.

 

The competitive advantages of the project in the state (demand raw material availability, logistics, skilled manpower availability, government reforms and restructuring).

 

The State Government’s commitment to single window clearance, assistance in speedy implementation etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performa for Project Profile

Fruit processing & Aseptic Packaging plant

1.

Name of Project

Fruit processing & Aseptic Packaging plant.

2

Location within State /Country

Bhaluk-phong, West Kameng district

3

Nearest Rail, Road and Sea Connection

NH-52 connects Bhaluk phong to Assam Nearest railway siding is Bhaluk-phong

4

Estimates Capital Cost of the Project

Rs. 20 Crore

5

Capital Equipment

Rs 13 Crore (approx)

6

Raw Materials

Abundance of raw materials with 96,483 MT (from 49,102 hect.) being the production during 2002-2003(Apple, orange, Citrus, pineapple, Banana, walnut & includes 14358 MT others fruits.)

7

Environment Impact

No impact on environment, Statutory guidelines from environment & forest Ministry to be followed 

8.

Foreign Exchange Cost Component

Not applicable

9.

Promoting Department

Department of Horticulture , Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh.

10

Method of Selection of the private promoter

By a duly constituted committee already in existence and by method of Single windows clearance ‘

11

Policy Framework applicable to the Project

Within the framework of new industrial policy and agriculture policy.

12.

Time-frame for selection & completion of selection of private sector sponsor/Developer.

Within the period of 3-6 months after the receipt of proposal with DPRs.

13

Government incentive packages applicable to the project

As applicable for NE region set out by Govt. of India. Further negotiation also is possible within State policy framework.

14

Expected level of government participation

If necessary, equity participation by the State Govt. is possible by negotiation

15

Expected Return on investment

With 70% capacity in 2nd year the sales revenue is likely to reach the level of Rs. 2200.00 lakh and return is likely to be above 20% after tax. This will rise in subsequent years.

16

Recommended Debt Equity Ratio

As per guidelines of RBI and Govt. of India.

17

Expected Source Financing

Promoters’ contribution and loan financial institutions.

18

Sovereign and Multilateral Guarantees

Not applicable

19

Feasibility Report

Feasibility report to be prepared by consultant after pre-feasibility Study.

20

Other General Information

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Production of the fruits will rise rapidly once the farmers are able to sell their produces.

With no marketing facilities farmers are now not very inclined tom produce more for fear of wastage or selling at distress prices.  Single window clearance system at the introducing stage. Besides , there is a 9 member  advisory cell with chief minister as chairman and JS, DoNER and MD, NEDFi as members which would facilitation issues for enhancing investment etc.


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