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1 Government of Karnataka Welcomes the Government & Business Fraternity of Israel For information on applying this template onto existing presentations, refer to the notes on slide 2 of this presentation.The Input area of the Beam can be customized to reflect the content of the presentation. The Input area is an AutoShape with a picture fill. To change this, ensure you have the image you wish to use (ideally a .jpg or a .png file) in an accessible folder. The image should have a ratio of 1:1 to ensure it does not appear distorted.Acceptable images for importing into the Input area of the Beam are the three approved graphics (lines), and black and white photography or illustrations which follow the principles laid out on The Branding Zone. Color images should never be imported into this area.To create a thank you slide with a picture in the Input area of the Beam, duplicate this master slide and create a new master slide. If using the graphic on the title slide the same should be used on the thank you slide. If using a picture in the Input area of the Beam in the title slide, the same or different but related picture can be used on the thank you slide.Customize the Input area of the Beam as described below.Click on the View tab from the menu bar and select Master>Slide MasterRight-click on the Input graphic and select Format AutoShapeFrom the Fill menu, under the Color and Lines tab, click on the drop-down arrow next to Color and select the Fill Effects menuFrom the Picture tab, click on Select Picture. Navigate to the folder containing the image you wish to insert in the Input area. Highlight the image and tick the Lock picture aspect ratio box. Click on OK.You can now preview the image before continuing. If you are happy with how it looks, click Ok to continue. Otherwise, repeat the process until you are happy with your selected imageTo exit from Master View, click on View>Normal. The change you made to the Input graphic should now be visible on the title slide
2 Advantage Karnataka www.advantagekarnataka.com For information on applying this template onto existing presentations, refer to the notes on slide 2 of this presentation.The Input area of the Beam can be customized to reflect the content of the presentation. The Input area is an AutoShape with a picture fill. To change this, ensure you have the image you wish to use (ideally a .jpg or a .png file) in an accessible folder. The image should have a ratio of 1:1 to ensure it does not appear distorted.Acceptable images for importing into the Input area of the Beam are the three approved graphics (lines), and black and white photography or illustrations which follow the principles laid out on The Branding Zone. Color images should never be imported into this area.To create a thank you slide with a picture in the Input area of the Beam, duplicate this master slide and create a new master slide. If using the graphic on the title slide the same should be used on the thank you slide. If using a picture in the Input area of the Beam in the title slide, the same or different but related picture can be used on the thank you slide.Customize the Input area of the Beam as described below.Click on the View tab from the menu bar and select Master>Slide MasterRight-click on the Input graphic and select Format AutoShapeFrom the Fill menu, under the Color and Lines tab, click on the drop-down arrow next to Color and select the Fill Effects menuFrom the Picture tab, click on Select Picture. Navigate to the folder containing the image you wish to insert in the Input area. Highlight the image and tick the Lock picture aspect ratio box. Click on OK.You can now preview the image before continuing. If you are happy with how it looks, click Ok to continue. Otherwise, repeat the process until you are happy with your selected imageTo exit from Master View, click on View>Normal. The change you made to the Input graphic should now be visible on the title slide
3 SNAPSHOT Latitude 74° to 78° East Longitude 11° to 18 ° North Population (2011)62 millionArea1,91,791 sq. kms.No. of Districts30Official LanguageKannadaLiteracy Rate (2011)75.60 %ClimateSemi TropicalMajor IndustriesIT / BT, Electronics, Electricals, Automobile, Aeronautics, Machine Tools, Engineering, Minerals, Readymade Garments, Food processing, Petro Chemicals Drugs & Pharma.Major CropsRagi, Jowar, Rice, Sugarcane, Coconut, Groundnuts, Coffee, CottonMajor MineralsGold, Limestone, Iron ore, Manganese, MagnetiteKarnataka’s Exports11.71 % ($ terms) in National exports.Universities22Engineering Colleges195Medical, Dental and Ayurvedic114MBA Colleges100 +Polytechnics291Industrial Training Institutes1162Prominent AirportsBangalore, Mangalore, HubliProminent portsNew Mangalore, KarwarNational highways4396 kmsRailways3250 kmsCoastline321 kms
4 Advantage KarnatakaGlobally recognized brand – 3rd largest FDI inflows in the countryRanked 1st for a healthy business climate and attracting investments by World Bank’s Investment Climate Index700+MNCs, 80+ Fortune 500 companiesComprehensive infrastructure: 58 SEZs, SKDC, 5 airports, 11 portsEase of doing business: Least time to register a property, less time to export and importBangalore – Best India City to Live in - 'Quality of Living Survey - Worldwide Rankings, 2011‘ – MercerHuge pool of trained professionals adding up to the workforce every yearAn indicative list of companies
5 Quality of Life Healthcare Education Leading provider in healthcare with world class facilities and super specialty hospitalsMedical tourism enriched with abundant options in Ayurveda, Naturopathy, and UnaniKnowledge Hub of Asia with187 Engineering colleges114 Medical colleges22 Universities13 International SchoolsLeisureResorts, spas, golf clubs, DerbyWildlife parksHeritage sites and historic templesAdventure sportsModern multiplexes
7 Industrial Strength Aerospace Producer of more than a quarter of India’s aircraft and spacecraftBoeing & Airbus have their Research & Technology Center and Engineering Centre located here respectivelyKarnataka houses India’s first and top R&D centers in Aerospace & Defence such as Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)GoK has earmarked 984 acres of exclusive industrial area and sector specific SEZ for Aerospace industries near Bangalore International AirportIndia’s first Aerospace SEZ is operational at BelgaumOn the anvil : Dedicated Aerospace policy (first in India)
8 Industrial Strength Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals Karnataka is the Biotech Capital of India, with over 60% of all biotechnology companies in India having a base here and driving 50% of the total revenues in the national biotechnology sector.Karnataka’s pharmaceutical sector exports 40% of the total pharma produce and accounts for 8% of the country’s total pharma revenue.Karnataka ranks 10th in the number of pharma manufacturing units in the country.Dedicated Biotechnology parks and centres planned such as Nutri/ Nutraceutical and Phyto -Pharmaceutical Park (N2P2) at Mysore, Marine Biotech Park at Mangalore, Agri Biotech Park at Dharwad, Vivarium (Animal House) at Bidar
9 Industrial Strength Chemicals & Petrochemicals The Chemicals sector is a growing investment focus area for the Government of KarnatakaMangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited in Dakshina Kannada is the only refinery in India to have two Hydrocrackers producing Premium Diesel and have two Continuous Catalytic Regeneration (CCRs) producing Unleaded Petrol of High OctaneAromatics complex by ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Ltd (OMPL) is producing para-xylene and benzeneA 1800 acre dedicated Petrochemical Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is located in MangaloreA 1,370 km Dabhol – Bangalore Natural Gas Pipeline with a planned transmission capacity of 16 MMcm/d has opened opportunity for development of Gas based projects in the State
10 Industrial Strength Textile and Apparel India contributes 4 % share in total world textile exports and textiles & apparels constitute one of the top 10 export items of India.Produces over 20% of the national garment production and 45% of the national raw silk productionBangalore is known as the Garment Capital of India.Sector-specific special economic zones for textiles at Hassan.Largest producer and exporter of Silk & Silk products in India.Contributes 4 % of total exports from the State.Silk exports from Karnataka constitute 24% of the total value of silk goods exported from IndiaPresence of over 100 Skill Development Centres and 240 private training centresPresence of a 48-acre Integrated Textile Park and over 700 powerlooms
11 Industrial Strength Agro & Food Processing Contributes 70% of India's coffee.Major producer of spices, flowers, fruits and vegetables.Food Processing SEZ at Hassan.Produces a variety of Agriculture Crops.Presence of 7 national level Research Institutes in Agriculture & Horticulture sectors.Presence of 4 dedicated Food Parks and 1 Food Processing SEZ.Karnataka contributes 7% of Agricultural production of the country.Agro & Food processing contributes 2.52 % in State total exports.
12 Industrial Strength Gems & Jewellery: India contributes 16.27% share in total world export.India possesses world's most competitive gems and jewellery market due to its low cost production and availability of skilled labour.India has a large pool of skilled artisans with vast traditional knowledge and expertise in jewellery making.Gems and Jewellery contributes 11% in State total exports.
14 Pro active State Govt. Policies First State in the country to announce IT PolicyFirst State in the country to announce Millennium Biotech PolicyKarnataka Semiconductor Policy –2010Electronics Hardware Policy - focus on promoting electronic manufacturing Hubs with world class facilities and Creation of Integrated Manufacturing Ecosystem.Karnataka Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming and Comics (KAVGC) Policy with a focus on promoting AVGC Park, Digital Art Centres, Centre of AVGC Excellence etc.Creating New Road Map for ICT -2020New Focused Policy for “ Electronics and Manufacturing Policy (ESDM)”
15 Guiding investors and enabling fruitful investments Karnataka Udyog Mitra (KUM)(A nodal agency of Government of Karnataka )Single point contact for investorsResponsible for attracting and guiding investments into the StateDisseminates information on Karnataka, sectoral advantage, district highlights, infrastructure (land, water, power), statutory requirements, building regulations, etc.Provides information on policies and procedures, tax regime, incentives, etc.Coordinates the visit of investors, both national and international to the StateFacilitates necessary clearances / approvals from the Government departments / agencies for the projects.
16 Information Communication Technology(ICT) Bangalore is the 2nd largest technology cluster in the world.Total Annual ICT Revenues from Karnataka are $ 26 Bn.Karnataka ICT industry contributes to more than 35% of National ICT industry revenues.400 out of Fortune 500 companies have outsourcing operations in Karnataka.ICT industry provides direct employment to the tune of 800,000 & Indirect employment to the tune of 2,500,000.Around 85 Chip Design houses are located in Karnataka.Largest no of Start-up companies in India.Highest Venture Capital Distribution in India.
17 BANGALORE Research and Development Hub Around 50,000 PhDs194 Engineering Colleges – 80,000 Engineers annually22 Universities; 20 International Schools361 R&D Centres (out of 819 in India)R&D Talent Pool – 1,02,000Scientific environmentBasic ResearchAustro PhysicsAeronautical EngineeringAero Space LabsTelecomBio Technology
18 Karnataka ICT Roadmap for 2020 20122020RevenueUS$ 26 BRevenueUS$ 75 BDirect Employment800,000Direct Employment2,000,000Help to incubate1000 start-upsEntrepreneurs10001818
19 Four Dimensions of Growth for 2020 Continuing Industry GrowthInnovation & IP CreationIncreased EntrepreneurshipEco-Friendly Integrated InfrastructureEmerging ICT cities19
20 Karnataka Stimulating “ESDM” investments Proactive Policies to encourage “Karnataka ESDM Company ” as a company which does 30% value addition and employs 50% workforce in Karnataka.Augment the National Electronics Policy 2012 and National telecom Policy 2012 and implement them in KarnatakaProvide Capital incentives for both High Tech Manufacturing as well as the developing Electronics Manufacturing Clusters.Provide “post-performance” fiscal incentives for Karnataka ESDM companies to reduce their bottlenecks and increase their competitivenessSet up Institute of Semiconductor and Embedded Technologies
21 Annual ICT Flagship Events In Bangalore Bangalore IT. Biz - is scheduled every year in the month of October-NovemberISA vision Summit is scheduled every year in the month of FebruaryBangalore Nano is scheduled every year in the month of DecemberGlobal Investors Meet is scheduled every two years in the month of JuneGIM 2014 on June 2-3Biennial Flagship Event In Bangalore
22 Science and Technology Initiatives Scientific Hub is proposed in 10,000 acres, about 200 kms from Bangalore.Premier Science and Technology Institutions such as IISc, ISRO, DRDO are establishing their campus at the Scientific Hub.Proposed to develop Bangalore as Nano Science and Technology Hub.Science Centres are proposed to portray the growth of science and technology.Proposed to develop Karnataka Geographical Information System.Collaborative programs in the area of Science and Technology with International institutions are proposed
24 Robust Infrastructure: Initiatives Special Investment Regions like IT investment region (ITIR)Exclusive sector specific industrial areas for Aerospace, Automotive, Drugs, Chemicals, Engineering and Machine Tools, Textiles, Plastics and related industries, etc.Special Economic ZonesLand Bank : Ready to allot land for industrial purposeWe have taken up several initiatives to create the infrastructure and to create an enabling environment for setting up of industriesWe have taken up establishment of IT investment Region near Bangalore International Airport which would give a boost to the IT Sector in the stateGovernment has also initiated the establishment of Integrated industrial Park, VADA in Bellary for development of steel sectorKarnataka currently has 58 special economic zones which provide duty-free enclave for driving FDI and exportsState has taken an innovative initiative of creating land bank to make ready land available to investorsWe have also launched voluntary land bank scheme wherein a database of land owners who are voluntary interested in selling their land is created, this land will be offered to investorsKarnataka has been at the forefront of industrial and investment facilitation
25 61 Special Economic Zones provide duty-free enclave for driving FDI and exports Policy incentives and facilities offered to units in SEZsBidarYadgirGulbargaBelgaumBellaryChikaballapurKolarChikmagalurHassanMandyaKodaguRaichurKoppalBagalkoteBijapurDharwadHaveriGadagDakshina KannadaMysoreChamarajanagaraShimogaDavanagereChitradurgaUttara KannadaUdupiTumkurWith investments of US$ 6.76-billion, the state’s operational SEZs have generated 97,313 jobs, and exports of US$ billionIT/ITeS48Biotech3Textiles1Engineering & related industriesFood processingPrecision engineering (auto, aerospace & industrial)Pharmaceutical2Petrochemicals & petroleum productsAirport based SEZ/ AerospaceFTWZSource: Special Economic Zones in India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, Government of India website, accessed on Nov 2, 2011.Bengaluru UrbanBengaluru Rural*Separate incentives for SEZ developersSource:
26 Strong infrastructure base: Airports, Sea Ports, Rail & Road Connectivity 2 international, 3 domesticPorts11National highways4,396 km; 14 NHsState highways20528 km; 114, SHsRailways3250 kmCoastline321 kmMetro42.3 km (33.48 km of elevated and 8.82 km of underground)Source: “Karnataka, September 2009,” India Brand Equity Foundation website, accessed Oct 31, 2011.Source: “Traffic Statistics,” New Mangalore Port Trust website, accessed Nov 4, 2011.Source: “Bengaluru International Airport Bags ‘Best Airport India’ award ,” Bengaluru International Airport website, accessed Nov 4, 2011.
27 ICT INFRASTRUCTURE Information Technology Investment Region: To be developed on around Acres near Bangalore International Airport, DevanahalliAn integrated IT Township with world-class facilities, residential / social / educational / health infrastructureProjected Employment:Direct –255,000Indirect– 857,000Estimated Investments by 2030 – US $ 20 Billion
28 ICT INFRASTRUCTURE IT / ITeS / EHM State promoted IT Parks : Shimoga GulbargaMysoreBelgaumMangaloreIT / ITeS / EHMState promoted IT Parks :ShimogaGulbargaMysoreMangaloreBelgaum
29 Doing Business in Karnataka Key Highlights of GIM 2012 Partner CountriesJapanPartner StateState of Bavaria, GermanyMexicoPresence of over 200 Industry leaders10,000 delegates40,000 visitors30+ countries15+ Indian states460 Exhibitors in GIM Expo500+ B-to-B meetings14 Technical sessions7000+ investment interestsValued at 1,30,909 US$ MillionsStrategic PartnersMETI, JapanProMexico, MexicoParticipating Countries**Indicative illustration
30 Global Investors Meet 2014 2-3 June, 2014 We welcome Israel as Partner countryIsrael Pavilion - Exhibition spaceTrade and Investments facilitationBTB/BTG - Networking meetingsDelegation from Israel
31 Transport Infrastructure Industrial Infrastructure We invite you to explore investment opportunities in Karnataka – Come be a part of our growth story!InfrastructureServices SectorTransport InfrastructureRoadsRailPortsAirportsPowerGenerationTransmissionDistributionRenewable EnergyIT/ITESSoftware DevelopmentIT ServicesIT HardwareKPO/BPOHealth CareMulti specialty HospitalsHealth cityPublic health facilitiesIndustrial InfrastructureSEZ’sIndustrial AreasIndustrial EstatesDevelopment CorridorsTourism & LifestyleResorts, spas, golf clubs, DerbyHeritage sites and historic templesAdventure sportsModern multiplexesInternational Schools, Colleges & Universities
32 We invite you to explore investment opportunities in Karnataka – Come be a part of our growth story! Manufacturing & EngineeringNiche AreasKnowledge EconomyKnowledge cityR&D centresPolytechnicsBiotechnology and PharmaR&D facilitiesBiotechnology parksBioservicesEngineeringAutomobileAerospacePrecision EngineeringIndustrial machinery and machine toolsTextileConventional TextilesTechnical TextilesInfrastructure DevelopmentMinerals BasedGoldCementSteelGraniteSand miningChemical & PetrochemicalParaxylene based PET/ PTAPetrochemical downstream
33 Contact persons Principal Secretary to Government of Karnataka Commerce & Industries Department# 106, 1st Floor, Vikasa SoudhaDr. Ambedkar Veedhi,Bangalore , India.Principal Secretary to Government Department of Information Technology, Biotechnology and Science & Technology 6th Floor, 5th Stage, MS Building, Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore Phone: / / Fax: Commissioner for Industrial Development andDirector of Industries & Commerce2nd Floor, Khanija BhavanNo.49, Race Course Road, Bangalore –Visit us at :Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade Centre,Managing Director, Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade CentreVITC Building, III FloorKasturba Road, Bangalore –Ph: / /Fax:Karnataka Udyog MitraManaging Director, Karnataka Udyog Mitra,3rd Floor, Khanija Bhavan (South Wing), No.49, Race Course Road,Bangalore –Ph : , ; ,Fax :Visit us at :
35 EXPORT SCENARIO OF THE STATE US$(Millions)Sl NoCommodity1Electronics & Computer Software2Readymade Garments931.823Petroleum & Petroleum products4Engineering797.565Iron Ore and Minerals (incl granites)853.27175.99206.206Silk Products127.56123.24122.427Coffee Products258.75397.10576.978Basic Chemicals, Pharamaceuticals and Cosmetics501.98525.96923.039Agriculture and Processed Food Products120.47121.87138.7210Gem and Jewellery11Cashew and Cashew Kernals117.12106.68160.4012Handicrafts46.7853.2348.6113Leather Products35.2736.7658.1214Chemicals and Allied Products56.5961.6087.2515Marine Products74.9695.95109.9116Plastic Goods59.47102.32109.7617Spices69.4181.77127.2918Wool & Woollen Products26.2516.5423.4119Miscellaneous and Others229.33188.80876.12Total
36 EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF THE STATE Value Rs. US $ MillionsYEAR
38 Industrial Strength Leather Products: Top ten foreign exchange earners for the country.Availability of raw materials, skilled manpower, innovative technology, industry compliance to international environmental standards and the dedicated support of the allied industries are major strengths.Trained / Skilled manpower at competitive wage levels.World-class institutional support for Design & Product Development.
39 Machine tools & Foundry Industrial StrengthMachine tools & FoundryUS $ billion foundry industryIndustry dependent on state for mining operations (40% of country’s total iron ore)50% of machine tool industry in the countryLargest foundry clusters in Belgaum; Proposed dedicated Machine Tool Park in Vasanthnarsapur, Tumkur
40 Industrial Strength Handicrafts: Karnataka is a leader in production of high quality handicrafts.Karnataka has a rich knowledge of exquisite craftsmanship.Major crafts practiced are sandal wood, rose wood furniture, inlay and carvings, bronze statues, bidriware, lacquer ware, batiks and home décors products.Craftsmen endowed with high skill levels entirely devoted to producing quality handicrafts.13 craft complexes spread across the state provide common facilities centre, design input and marketing support.
41 Driving the way as Industry champion Largest number of R&D centers in IndiaLargest software exporter in the countryLargest biotechnology hub in IndiaLargest number of medical institutes and Industrial Training Institutes in the countryLeading producer of horticulture products3rd largest number of engineering colleges in India1st Aircraft Manufacturing Unit in the country1st Space Research Center1st Institute of Biotech & Bioinformatics in the country1st International Technology Park in India1st State to Introduce Industrial Policy1st State to Introduce Sectoral PoliciesSource: Economic Survey, , Ministry of Finance, Government of India, 2011,Source: Economic Survey of Karnataka , Planning Programme Monitoring & Statistics Department, Government of Karnataka, February 2011,Source: Economic Survey of Karnataka,
42 Facilitating fast track approvals for key investments Project Approval CommitteeInvestment rangeSalient featuresState High Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC)More than $US 9 millionsChaired by the Chief Minister of Karnataka with the concerned Ministers / Officers as membersCommittee has representatives from all the departments/ authorities concernedState Level Single Window Clearance Committee (SLSWCC)Upto $ US 9 millionsChaired by the Minister for Large & Medium Industries, Govt. of KarnatakaHeads of major departments and agencies concerned with industries are represented in this committee.Meeting of SLSWCC takes place generally once in a month
43 E Udyami: G2B Online Portal A New Initiative The portal is only accessible for registered InvestorsFeatures: Dashboard for investors, Workflow management, escalation matrix, helpdesk, etc.The portal can be accessed online viaConsolidated information about the investment process in KarnatakaIn depth information about the current status of their investment projects.Aids in smooth facilitation and monitoring of investments and provides transparency to investors to monitor the status of their projects
44 10 Initiatives to Achieve Karnataka ICT Targets for 2020 IT/BPOContinued emphasis on growthKIG 2020 GOALSESDM(Electronics System Design & Manufacturing)Leveraging the growth in this emerging sector that has national focusRevenuesEducationUse technology to enhance capabilitiesUS $ BTalent Development & Job creationCapacity BuildingIncrease Value additionPromote Innovation, IP Creation, R & D and Karnataka ICT Innovation FundEmploymentEntrepreneurship Development & MentoringCreating new opportunities and jobs20,00,000DirectDevelopment of Emerging ICT (EMICT) Centres in KarnatakaDevelop other centers beyond BangaloreICT relationship with other Countries & Focused MarketingLeverage the global eco-systemNew StartupsSupporting the growth needs of the industry> 1000Eco-Friendly Integrated InfrastructureBrandingHighlight Karnataka to be the Global ICT investment destination
45 Karnataka Strengthening the Education Base “E-Ready children with improved Quality”Create “Karnataka Knowledge Network (KKN)” a fully wired state with the following:Provide Free Wi-Fi in BangaloreSet up a Karnataka School NetworkSet up a Karnataka College network connecting all Govt & Private colleges with high speed bandwidthProvide all school children from standard 7 and above with a Tablet with wireless and 3G preloaded bi-lingual teaching material for each class and access to a portal where they can download the latest teaching materialProvide all students and faculty of government colleges/University a Tablet/laptop preloaded with content with wireless/3G
46 Promotion of Innovation, IP Creation, R&D and Funding Created US $200 million Karnataka ICT & Innovation fund to take care of financial needs of the ICT industry from startup to growth as debt /working capital.Special program to identify 100 Innovators and Entrepreneurs.Proposed to set up ESDM/VLSI Incubation Centres across the stateFacilitate IP development by Indian industry by providing incentives for patent filing and maintenance.Provide 20% R&D Grant subject to a of maximum 2% of annual turnover of Karnataka ESDM companies
47 Karnataka Development of other ICT Centres The Government needs to develop each ICT Centre, E.g. Mangalore, around the elements depicted in the picture which trigger growth
48 Robust Infrastructure: Backbone of Industrial growth DecentralizationIndustrialInfrastructure7the largest urbanised state in the countryKarnataka’s urban population has grown by 31.3% since 2001Water supply coverage of 85% to 90% in core city areasFuelling the growth ofIndustry in KarnatakaSupportInfrastructureUrbanInfrastructureExtensive infrastructure networks: Road, rail, airport, sea portPower: fueling growthPPP: projects planned and identified61 Special Economic ZonesSuvarna Karnataka Development Corridor