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1 Presentation by A.K.Singh, IFS Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Managing Director Chhattisgarh State Minor Forest Produce (Tr. & Dev.) Co-operative Federation Limited, Raipur Chhattisgarh, INDIA Global Investors Meet nd & 3 rd Nov. 2012, Raipur Investment Opportunities in Minor Forest Produce Sector in Chhattisgarh

2 Warm Welcome to all Investors of M.F.P. Sector in Chhattisgarh in Global Investors Meet

3 India is home to the oldest, richest and most diverse traditions associated with herbal and medicinal plants and is the birthplace of AYUSH medicines. The country enjoys strong farming capacity along with robust manufacturing facilities of herbal and medicinal products. A steady increase in the AYUSH hospitals in India will further increase the demand for AYUSH medicines throughout the country. 60% of the exports from India is medicinal plants and 40% are Herbal products. The demand for neutraceuticals and cosmetic products is increasing at a fast pace due to growing health consciousness globally. So this sector has the potential to become the hot bed for investments. National Scenario

4 Chhattisgarh State Minor Forest Produce (T & D) Co-op. Federation Ltd., Raipur is the Apex body for trade and development of Minor Forest Produce / Medicinal Plants in the state. The Federation promotes the sector through the following: 1.Purchase of full quantity of nationalised MFP from the collectors. 2.Purchase of limited quantity of non-nationalised MFP from the collectors. 3.Value addition and processing of MFP, Product Packaging and marketing. 4. CGMFPFED has introduced Chhattisgarh Herbals as the brand name for its products. The Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plants Board was set up in 2004 to create an enabling environment for the development of the medicinal plant sector as a whole. C.G. M.F.P. Federation and C.G. Medicinal Plant Board

5 Trade of MFP in Chhattisgarh S. No. Category of NWFP SpeciesEstimated Annual Trade (In Rs. Crores) 1.NationalisedTendu leaves, Sal seed, Harra, Kullu Gums, Dhawda, Babul and Khair Gums Non - Nationalised Imli, Mahua, lac, Kosa, Mahul Leaves, Chironjee, Baibaring, Vanjeera, Kalmegh, Aonla etc. 750 Total1500 State is not earning any revenue from the trade of MFPs except different taxes. Due to huge availability of Minor Forest Produce and Medicinal Plants, the State has been declared as Herbal State.

6 Collection Season Collection Rate (In Rs. Per S.B.) Estimated Quantity (Lakh Std. Bags) Collected Quantity (Lakh Std. Bags) Collection Wages (In Rs. Crores) Sale Price (In Rs. Crores) Gain (In Rs. Crores) Tendu Leaves Trade

7 Sal Seed Trade Collection Season Collection Rate (Per Quintal) Collected Quantity (Lakh Quintals) Collection Wages (In Rs. Crores) Sold Quantity (Lakh Quintals) Sale Price (In Rs. Crores) Average Sale Rate (Rs. Per Quintal)

8 Harra Trade Collection Season Collected Quantity (In Thousand Quintals) Collection Wages (Rs. Crores) Sold Quantity (In Thousand Quintals) Sale Price (In Rs. Crores) Estimated

9 Gum Category-1 (Kullu) Trade Collection Season Collected Quantity (In Quintals) Collection Wages (In Rs. Crores) Sold Quantity (In Quintals) Sale Price (In Rs. Crores) Estimated

10 Gum Category-2 (Dhawda, Khair & Babool) Trade Collection Season Collected Quantity (In Quintals) Collection Wages (In Rs. Crores) Sold Quantity (In Quintals) Sale Price (In Rs. Crores) Estimated

11 Sharing of Profit From Trade Entire value of the Nationalised MFP's realised from purchasers is ploughed back to the MFP collectors. Primary Co-operative Societies are the basic unit for calculating the amount of profit. This results in competitive spirit among primary co-operative societies so as to earn maximum income through quality control. The whole profit earned from the trade of Nationalised MFP's is distributed in the following manner. 1.80% of profit as incentive wages to the Collectors. 2.15% of profit for purchasing, processing and storage of non-nationalised MFP's by Primary Co-operative Societies. 3.5% of profit for the fund created to temporarily meet the loss from the trade of the Societies.

12 Development of Forest and Forest Produce Collection Season Amount Available ( In Rs. Crores) Salseed 4.15 Total55.47 From the net trade profit of tendu leaves and salseed, 20% amount of the collection year 1998 and 15% of the collection year 1999 to 2007 amounting Rs Lakhs has been provided for the development of forest and forest produce to the District Unions to enhance the production of Minor Forest Produce. The Peoples Protected Areas are developed by C.G. Forest Department and C.G.M.F.P. Federation to conserve and sustainably harvest MFP.

13 1. The State Govt. provides every year one pair of footwear to each Tendu leaves plucker family. 2. Jan Shree Group Insurance Scheme for Tendu Leaves Pluckers Jan Shree Group Insurance Scheme for all the Tendu leaves pluckers family head was started from The family head or his nominee gets following amount on his death/disability :- Normal death – Rs /- Partial disability due to accident – Rs /- Accidental Death or Permanent disability – Rs /- Two children of the family head studying between 9 th and 12 th class and ITI get half yearly Rs. 600/- under Shiksha Sahyog Scheme. The 50% amount of the insurance premium is paid by Government of India and 37.50% and 12.50% of the amount is paid by State Government and Federation respectively. Support to Tendu Leaves Pluckers

14 3. Old Group Insurance Scheme for Tendu Leaves Pluckers Group Insurance Scheme for Tendu leaves pluckers except head of the family. Age of the member between 18 and 60 years. The 50% amount of the insurance premium is paid by M.F.P. Federation and 50% of the amount is paid by Government of India. The insured plucker or his nominee gets following amount on his death/disability :- Normal death – Rs. 3500/- Partial disability due to accident – Rs /- Accidental Death or Permanent disability – Rs /- Support to Tendu Leaves Pluckers

15 4. Atal Group Insurance Scheme for Tendu Leaves Pluckers Atal Group Insurance Scheme for all the Tendu leaves pluckers family except head was launched in Age of the member between 18 and 60 years. The amount of the insurance premium is paid by M.F.P. Federation. The nominee of insured plucker gets an amount of Rs. 4000/- on his death. Support to Tendu Leaves Pluckers

16 5. Meritorious Student Award Scheme for the Children of Tendu Leaves Pluckers Family The scheme has been launched from the education session In every Primary Co-operative Society one boy and one girl from the children of tendu leaves pluckers family heads, who score the highest marks, are being given the following cash awards :- ExaminationPrize Amount Class VIIIRs. 2000/- Class XRs. 2500/- Class XIIRs. 3000/- Support to Tendu Leaves Pluckers

17 6. Scholarship For Professional Education of Children of Tendu Leaves Pluckers Family To encourage the professional education after 12 th exam like Medical, Engineering, Law, MBA, Nursing etc., one student in every Primary Co-operative Society who scores maximum marks in 12 th exam is given scholarship as follows :- First YearRs /- Second YearRs. 5000/- Third YearRs. 5000/- Fourth YearRs. 5000/- Support to Tendu Leaves Pluckers

18 7.Scholarship For Non-Professional Education of Children of Tendu Leaves Pluckers Family To encourage the non-professional education after 12 th exam like B.A., B.Com., B.Sc. Etc., one student in every Primary Co-operative Society who scores maximum marks in 12 th exam is given scholarship as follows :- First YearRs. 5000/- Second YearRs. 4000/- Third YearRs. 3000/- Total Rs /- in three years. Support to Tendu Leaves Pluckers

19 Important Non-nationalised MFP of State S.No.Name of MFPsApprox. Annual Production (Lakh Quintals) Approximate Value (Rs. in Crores) 1. Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) Mahua Flower (Madhuca indica) Charota Seed (Cassia tora) Chironji (Buchanania lanzan) Lac (Kerria lacca) Mahua Seed (Madhuca indica) Raily Tasar Cocoons (Kosa) (Antheraea mylitta) 16 crores no Aonla (Phyllanthus emblica) Baibiding (Embelia tsjaram-cottam,) Mahul Leaves (Bauhinia vahlii) Van Tulsi (Ocimum gratissimum) Honey (Apis dorsata)

20 S.No.Name of MFPsApprox. Annual Production (Lakh Quintals) Approximate Value (Rs. in Crores) 13. Dhawai Flowers (Woodfordia fruticosa) Ber Fruits (Zizyphus mauritiana) Bael (Aegle marmelos) Nagarmotha (Cyperus rotundus) Baheda (Terminalia bellirica) Karanj Seed (Pongamia pinnata) Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) Palas Flowers (Butea monosperma) Malkangni (Celastrus panicculatus) Others Total Important Non-nationalised MFP of State

21 The annual production of the bamboo in C.G. –Industrial Bamboo – sale units –Commercial Bamboo – sale units A national bamboo mission has been established by the government to promote the –Production in forest and non forest areas. –Processing and Value addition. –Skill development. –Marketing of Bamboo products, both in India and abroad. Bamboo Scenario

22 Sustainability/Value Addition of Minor Forest Produce To ensure the long run availability and enhancement in the income of the rural collectors, 49 non-nationalised MFPs are harvested using non-destructive harvesting techniques. Seventy four microenterprises have been established for collection and processing of MFPs like Tamarind, Lac, Mahul leaves, Medicinal Plants etc. Sale and purchase of non-nationalised MFPs / Forest Products in the State through 6 NWFP Marts. Sale of 70 processed herbal medicines/products through 42 Sanjeevani Centres. In 46 Vanaushdhalayas situated in interior part of the State, primary health care is provided to the villagers by the traditional healers (Vaidyas). Social and economic upliftment of the rural collectors by the employment generated in non-nationalised MFPs collection.

23 Name of MFPProducts Raw HoneyProcessed honey in different size packing. Herbal TeaHerbal Tea and Herbal Coffee Medicinal OilSomraj Oil, Malkangni Oil, Arand Oil, Karanj Oil, Pain Reliving Oil, Mahavishgarbh Oil and Mahanarayan Oil ChurnaMadhumeh Nashak Churna, Mahila Mitra Churna, Blood Pressure Niyamak Churna, Sardi Khassi Niyamak Churna, Panchsam Churna, Pushyanug Churna, Udramrit Churna, Sitopladi Churna, Ashwagandhadi Churna, Avipatticar, Satawarikalp Churna and Sandhiviathar Churna Cosmetic Products Payokill Dant Manjan, Face Pack, Heal Care, Shikakai Churna and Herbal Keshpal Churna General Health Care Triphla and Chywanprash Products of C.G.M.F.P. Federation

24 Tamarind Tree Deseeded & De fibered Tamarind Paking of Tamarind BricksPacked Tamarind

25 Livelihood generation by Women SHGs Processing of Mahul LeavesLac Production

26 Processing of Mahul Leaves

27 Processing units based on Aloevera

28 Host Tree - Kusum Pruning of Host Tree Brood Lac Inoculation of Insects

29 Honey Processing

30 Raily Ecorace (Tasar) Conservation

31 Herbal Products

32 Sanjeevani / NWFP Mart

33 Lac Production Enhancement C.G. State M.F.P. Co-operative Federation is providing livelihood to the beneficiaries through scientific cultivation of lac in naturally growing large no. of host plants like Kusum, Palas and Ber and processing and value addition of lac in the State. The beneficiaries of lac cultivation projects are provided training and free brood lac and tool Kit. Lac is used for manufacturing of medicine, conservation of food items, manufacturing of electric products being good conductor, polish, varnish, decorative and cosmetic items. Establishment of State level lac training and extension centre at Kanker is under progress to promote the lac cultivation. Various Lac Projects of the Federation S.No.Name of the ProjectNo. of AreasNo. of BeneficiariesNo. of Host Trees 01Lac development Project SGSY Project European Commission Project TRIFED Project (Work completed in March 2012) Total Estimated Annual Income per Host Plant Kusum Tree = Rs Palas Tree = Rs Ber Tree = Rs

34 The organic production and certification is carried out according to National program on organic production of the government of India which aims to increase the market prices for MFPs by providing them certification which is globally accepted as a hallmark of quality organic products. The certification provides the assurance to the customer that the produce is free from chemical fertilisers and insecticides and fetches the price premium to the producer. CGCERT is amongst the only such 22 accredited certification agencies in India by the Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Government of India for export market. CGCERT is the first agency in the country accredited by Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India for domestic market. This facility will help the investors of C.G. to get higher rates of their organic products in the niche market. Organic Certification

35 A dedicated Lac research and training institute will soon be operational at Kanker. A well equipped testing laboratory by AYUSH Department. An Ayurveda university. Proposed Organisations

36 Attraction of Chhattisgarh For Establishing MFP Based Industries Large no of MFP collection centers in India- Chhattisgarh boasts of lakh MFP gatherer families and over collection centers in the State. There are 7887 joint forest management committees and 915 primary cooperatives engaged in the conservation, collection and marketing of MFPs including Medicinal, Aromatic and Dye plants. The villagers engaged in collection of MFPs are mostly the local tribals who possess the knowledge, skills and experience required for such collection and primary processing activities. Highly skilled and cost effective labour. Peaceful & conducive labour environment- The man days lost in the state due to labour unrest are lowest in the country. Directions have been issued to the Divisional Forest Officers to authorised the trader to issue the transit pass of 17 non- nationalised species like Tamarind, Ber and Nagarmotha and all the non-nationalised species for whom the transit pass has been issued once to facilitate the movement of MFP.

37 Key Drivers for Herbal Industry Abundant availability of raw herbs. Since the collection of many species of MFPs is much below total potential, Investors have the opportunity to increase this collection substantially. The adjoining areas of Orissa, Jharkhand, AP, Maharashtra and MP having MFP production are the added advantage for investors to enhance the availability of raw material. Possibilities of large scale cultivation of Medicinal plants. Proposed herbal park in Kurud, Land available for industrial operations at reasonable rates. Single window clearance system for establishing manufacturing units. Lack of herbal processing units in the State. Investor friendly Industrial Policy of the State. Uninterrupted Power Supply. Excellent air connectivity of Raipur, excellently connected through road and rail to key retail markets in India- Raipur and Bilaspur are the two busiest and biggest stations of Chhattisgarh. Strategic location- Proximity to Vizag port; an ICD (dry port) exists at Raipur for facilitating exports. Attraction of Chhattisgarh for Establishing MFP Based Industries

38 Attraction of Chhattisgarh For Establishing MFP Based Industries Contd… Viable Processing Opportunities in Chhattisgarh Best quality Tendu leaves for bidi manufacturing units. Quality Sal seed for Sal fat and other derivatives units and other Tree-borne oilseeds processing units. Highest Lac producer of India for manufacturing highend Lac products. Tamarind processing units. Honey processing units. Herbal extraction units. Fractional Distillation units for essential oil production and refining. Ayurvedic drug formulation units. Food grade vegetable colors and dyes.

39 Attraction of Chhattisgarh For Establishing MFP Based Industries Viable Processing Opportunities in Chhattisgarh Mahul leaves cups & plates processing units. Primary processing centers for raw MFPs. Chironji processing units. Herbal cosmetics production units. Mahua flower processing units. Myrobolan based products making units. Charota seed based processing units. Bamboo processing units. Value proposition to investors for establishment of Herbal Spas.

40 Investment Proposition in MFP Processing Units The following 5 processing units are being established in PPP mode. S.No.CentreProcessing Units 1. Jagdalpur Tamarind, Mahua Seeds. 2. Bilaspur Aonla, Bel 3. Kanker Lac 4. Sarguja Mahul Leaves, Oil seeds and Chironji 5. Raipur Ayurvedic Medicine and Herbal Extracts INR 3,200 lakhs has been earmarked for the development of these units. The entire infrastructure for all processing plants will be developed solely by Chhattisgarh Minor Forest Produce (Trade & Development) Federation, Raipur. The private partner is expected to invest in working capital only. The partner will have complete autonomy in operation, marketing and profit generation. Expression of interest from investors for these units will be soon invited.

41 Name of MFP Products LacBleached Lac, Seed Lac, Shellac Lac and Aleuritic Acid TamarindSeeded Tamarind, Seedless Tamarind, Tamarind Bricks and Tamarind Candy Aonla Products Seedless Aonla loose, Aonla Candy, Aonla Murraba, Aonla Sharbat/Juice, Aonla Churna and Aonla Aachar. Mahul Leaf Products Mahul Plate (Plain/Molded/Special/Nashta) and Mahul Cup (Plain/Molded) ChironjiChironji Seeds and Chironji Pack BaelBael Murabba, Bael Sharbat/Juice and Bilvadi Churna Opportunities for Investment Contd…

42 Name of MFPProducts JamunJamun Sharbat, Juice and Jamun Churna Mahua FlowerDrinks Mahua SeedOil and Cake KosaYarn and Cloths Medicinal Plants/ Herbs Herbal Extracts, Ayurvedic Medicines, Neutraceuticals and Cosmetics Nagarmotha and Aromatic Grasses Aromatic Oils and Perfumes Opportunities for Investment

43 Contact Details C.G.State Minor Forest Produce (T & D) Co-operative Federation Ltd. A-25, V.I.P. Estate, Near V.I.P. Club, Khamardih, Raipur (Chhattisgarh) Pin – Phone : to , Fax : Website :


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