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Industrial Infrastructure - Punjab

Industrial Infrastructure

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Industrial Infrastructure
Punjab facilitates the availability of land through its notified Land Allotment Policy, 2002. Furthermore, it emphasizes on sector-specific infrastructure for food, apparel, biotech and IT, and electronics.

The Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation (PSIDC) has developed over 80 industrial estates, growth centres and industrial focal points in the state. These estates provide the units with basic infrastructure, which include uninterrupted electricity and water supply, sewerage and common roads.
Punjab's main business and commercial centres are:
Chandigarh - Mohali
Chandigarh is the capital city of Punjab and the administrative headquarters of the Government of Punjab. Mohali is a twin township of Chandigarh and the hub for Information Technology (IT)/Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES), electronics and pharmaceutical industries. The State Government is actively pursuing proposals to set up an IT-based Special Economic Zone at Mohali. Image
Ludhiana - Jalandhar
Spread over 6,400 sq km Ludhiana - Jalandhar are two of Punjab's largest cities with a population of over five million.They also form Punjab's principal industrial hubs, dominated by textiles and light engineering goods industries. Ludhiana is the domestic leader in acrylic yarn and woolens and is gearing up for growth in knitwear exports in the post quota regime, especially as the Indian textile industry enjoys a zero excise status. Image
Ludhiana - Amritsar
Under the Government of India's Industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme, the state is developing two industrial clusters, at Ludhiana and Amritsar, to promote cotton and woolen textile exports respectively. These clusters involve an investment of US$ 1 1 million each. The State Government is also working out the modalities of setting up a General Product Zone in Amritsar. Image

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