Industrial Units Gets Land

The rapid pace of infrastructural development in IDCO industrial estates like Sea Food Park Deras and Info-valley, Khodha has attracted more investment proposals into the State in non-mineral sectors.

This was known from the High level Land Allotment Committee held under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi in State Secretariat on 1 March where in CMD IDCO Sanjay Kumar Singh presented eight new employment intensive investment proposals for land allotment.
Considering the proposals, the Chief Secretary gave in principle approval for land allotment to seven units with employment potential of around 3200.
While approving land allotment, Mr.Padhi directed IPICOL, OCAC and other nodal departments to have proper assessment of the land requirement for various types of industries. OCAC was directed to workout objective standards for assessment of land requirement for different types of electronics and IT companies.
Presenting the updates about the development of infrastructure and allied services in Sea Food Park at Deras and Info-valley in Khordha, IDCO CMD Mr.Singh said, so far 28 industrial units have been allotted land in these two estates having employment potential of 16,315 persons.
From among them 15 units are in Sea Food Park with employment potential of 7728 and 13 are in Info-valley with employment potential of 8587, he added.
Recently, more units have given the choice for these two estates through State Level Single Window Authority, District Level Single Window Authority and Nodal departments, Mr.Singh said.
The Committee approved the proposals for allotment of 5.20 acres land to ITC Ltd for manufacturing of biscuits, noodles and snacks at Industrial estate Khordha; 5.03 acres to Star GSM for ESDM manufacturing at Info-valley; 4.10 acres to CTEL Infosystems for   development of the Internet of Things software at Info-Valley Khordha; 3 acres to Sabri Food for sea food processing at Deras;  20 acres to  Institute of Chemical Technology ( ICT) for permanent campus at Bhubaneswar; and, 4 acres to Odisha Skill Development Authority for establishment of World Skill Centre at Mancheswar. The other investment proposal for manufacturing of lithium battery, solar panel and Inverter at Info-valley was put to technical committee for reassessment of the land requirement. The approved Units will create employment opportunity for 3200  persons.  
Principal Secretary Industry, Sanjeev Chopra, Principal Secretary IT CJ Venugopal, Secretary Skill Development and Technical Education Sanjay Kumar Singh, Secretary Housing & Urban Development G Mathivathanan, Special Secretary GA SN Girish, CEO, OCAC RN Palei along with senior officers from respective departments participated in the discussions. 

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