The perspective plan for the overall Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Region has been prepared and 24 investment regions and industrial areas have been identified for development.
Giving this information in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today, Minister of State of Commerce and Industry CR Chaudhary said as part of Phase-1 of the DMIC project, the following eight investment regions are being taken up for development:
All industrial units, except those industries falling under the highly polluting red category zone, are permitted to set up their manufacturing plants.
Some of the sectors identified are general manufacturing, auto and auto components, defence manufacturing, Research and Development (R&D), IT and ITES, high tech industries, agro and food processing.
100 acres of land in Shendra Industrial Area in Maharashtra have been allotted to a foreign company for setting up manufacturing unit of Spandex.
Estimated employment of direct & indirect likely to be generated during the next three decades is 2.46 million.