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  1. Urbanisation and Cities Kingsley Davis defines “Urbanisation" to describe not merely the growth in population of cities but a relative change between the urban and rural (farming) population. Thus, just because a city's population is growing does not mean that more people are migrating from the country into cities. • With increase of population and economic activities, the demand for Water Supply, Sewerage, Drainage, Sanitation, Power, Affordable Housing and Urban Mobility/Connectivity increases. 1 Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  2. Global Urbanization Trends • The World is becoming increasingly Urban & cities are the engine of growth • In 2011: More than half of world’s population lives in urban areas (about 3.5 billion people) • Developing world: • 42% of the population lives in urban areas • By 2030, 56% will live in urban areas • Urban growth most rapid in developing countries 1970 : 37% 2000 : 47% 2020 : 56% Source: Population Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Secretariat, World Urbanization Prospects The 2011 Revision, New York 2 Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  3. Urbanization Trend in India Rural-Urban Share of GDP and Taxes Source: Census of India Rural-Urban Governance Bandwidth 3 Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  4. Problems associated with Urbanization Infrastructure Power Roads Telecomm/Broadband Urban Transport Basic Services Drainage Sanitation Solid Waste Water Supply Slums 4 Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  5. Problems associated with Urbanization Citizens Expectations Health Education Clean Fuel ITeS/G2C Services Safety/Security Are we ready to move from basics to the next level of Quality of Life, Aesthetics, Urban Governance and Urbanism? 5 Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  6. Industrial& Economic Corridors Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (1483 km) Chennai Bangalore Industrial Corridor (560 Km) Bangalore Mumbai Economic Corridor (1000 km) Amritsar Kolkata Industrial Corridor(1839 Km) Chennai Vizag Industrial Corridor(800 Km) Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  7. Key sustainable development concepts followed for Master Planning - • Affordable Workers Housing located near the industrial zones • Neighborhoods distributed around High access Mass Transit Corridors • Encouraging cycling & pedestrian modes over cars Reduction of commuting needs for the workforce • Integration of existing villages into the new city • SMART City - IT based real time Control and Governance • Recycling and Reuse of water and solid wastes • Energy sufficiency through use of renewables • Integration of land uses encouraging mixed-use Polycentric structure – with multiple CBDs and Industrial zones Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

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  9. Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  10. UP: Dadri – Noida - Ghaziabad Investment Region Haryana: Manesar – Bawal Investment Region Rajasthan: (3A) Khushkhera – Bhiwadi- Neemrana Investment Region, (3B) Jodhpur Pali Marwar Industrial Area Madhya Pradesh: Pithampur- Dhar - Mhow Investment Region Gujarat: Ahmedabad – Dholera Special Investment Region Maharashtra: (6A) Shendra - Bidkin Industrial Park & (6B) Dighi Port Industrial Area 1 Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor 6B 3A 3B 6A 2 1 4 5 8 Nodes-6 States 2 3 4 5 6 Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  11. CBIC Region is anchored by two biggest urban clusters in India. Region boasts of fast growing industrial and manufacturing ecosystem around Chennai and Bangalore Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor Area 90,059 sq km – 2.9% of India Krishnapatnam Industrial Node Population 47.5 million – 3.73% of India Tumakuru Node Ponneri Node Urbanisation 51% vs. 31% all India Literacy 78% vs. 73% all India * Chittoor, Anathapur and Nellore are part of CBIC region • High population density, greater urbanization & literacy rate • Higher propensity of Japanese companies to locate along the corridor: • 1,229 Japanese entities are located in Tamil Nadu(577), Karnataka(395) and Andhra Pradesh(257). ( in 2014) • CBIC region currently accounts for 6 % of National GDP Workers ratio 50.8% vs. 46% all India Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  12. CBIC vision envisages disruptive interventions in hard and soft infrastructure to achieve 15% p.a growth in manufacturing to meet NMP targets Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  13. Bengaluru – Mumbai Economic Corridor Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  14. Bengaluru – Mumbai Economic Corridor • Being developed between Bengaluru-Mumbai (around 1000km) with Influence Area spread across Karnataka and Maharashtra since 2013. • DMICDC is the nodal agency of project for project development activities. • UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) is the nodal agency on the UK side for the project • Final Perspective Plan has been submitted to State Govt. of Maharashtra and Karnataka. Comments/ approval is awaited in this regard. • Master Planning of Dharwad node in Karnataka has been initiated • After the approval of the perspective plan, detailed master planning, preliminary design and engineering for areas that will be made available by the State Govt. will be taken up. Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  15. Amritsar – Kolkata Industrial Corridor Project Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  16. Amritsar – Kolkata Industrial Corridor Projects This corridor will be structured around the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC) as the backbone and also the Highway system that exists on this route. The AKIC will also leverage the Inland Water System being developed along National Waterway-1 which extends from Allahabad to Haldia. It will cover 7 States of - Punjab, Haryana, UP, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand & WB. DMICDC selected as Nodal Agency for doing Feasibility Study, which is being conducted. Preparation of Regional Perspective Plan, along with undertaking Feasibility and preparing Concept Master Plan for establishing one Integrated Manufacturing Cluster (IMC) in each of Seven (7) AKIC States is underway After completion of perspective plan, detailed master planning, preliminary design and engineering for areas that will be made available by the State Govt. will be taken up. Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  17. Vizag- Chennai Industrial Corridor - India’s first Coastal Corridor 1.Visakhapatnam 2. East Godavari Tamil Nadu 3.West Godavari Vishakhapatnam Node 1 Andhra Pradesh 4. Krishna NH 16 alignment 2 Kakinada Node 3 5. Guntur 4 Gangavaram – Kankipadu Node 5 6. Prakasam 6 8. Kadapa 7.Nellore 8 7 Yerpedu – Srikalahsti Node 9 10 9.Chittoor 11 11.Chennai 10.Tiruvallur Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  18. Vizag - Chennai Industrial Corridor Project • Envisaged as part of East Coast Economic Corridor linking Kolkata- Chennai - Tuticorin. • Conceptual Development Plan has been completed by ADB during Dec, 2014. • ADB has initiated Master Planning for two nodes namely Vishakhapatnam and Srikalahasti-Yerpedu in the last quarter of 2015and likely to be completed in 2016. • DEA has accorded approval of ADB project loan of US $500 million and ADB programme loan of US$ 125 million to the Government of Andhra Pradesh for VCIC Project recently. Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  19. Current Status of Corridors Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  20. Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  21. Connectivity and Socio-Economic Development of North Eastern Region APPHED – Andhra Pradesh Public Health Engineering Department Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  22. Background • During the PM visit to Japan , at the Tokyo Declaration for India , the two PMs placed special emphasis on Japan’s cooperation for enhanced connectivity and development in Northeast India and linking the region to other economic corridors in India and to the Southeast Asia • On 1st December,2014 a meeting was held where SIPP suggested that JICA & ADB will undertake simultaneous study for the possible connectivity projects in NER. • It was also observed that not only transport but other economic activities must also ride on the back of road transport for the accelerated growth of the region • The highlights of the Study conducted by JICA would be observed in the following slides. • Road Transportation constitute 85% of passenger and 60% of Freight each. • Only 28.5% (63.4% is average in whole country) of the road in North-East states is paved road and only 53% of national highway has more than 2-lane road. • Access roads to reach the border of neighbor countries remain undeveloped APPHED – Andhra Pradesh Public Health Engineering Department Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  23. Projects shortlisted for possible JICA funding Connectivity Projects of North Eastern Region- Click Here APPHED – Andhra Pradesh Public Health Engineering Department Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  24. Resources Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  25. Status note for the Month of January, 2016 - DMICDC • http://delhimumbaiindustrialcorridor.com/ • http://delhimumbaiindustrialcorridor.com/ • http://www.jica.go.jp/india/english/activities/activity11.html • http://www.dfccil.gov.in/dfccil_app/Western_Corridor.jsp • http://www.adb.org/countries/india/main Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

  26. Let noble thoughts come to us from all sides - Rig Veda Department of Industrial Policy &Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry