This Page Covers Following:
  1. Snap Shot Of Chhattisgarh

  2. Swot Analysis Of Chhattisgarh State - A Profile

  3. Unique Features Of Resources

  4. Swot Analysis On Resource

  5. Unique Infrastructure For Industrial Development

  6. Swot Analysis- Infrastructure For Industrial Development

  7. Incentives

  8. CG State Key Incentives For Industrial Development

  9. Central Government Policy Support & Sido Schemes

  10. Present Industrial Structure

  11. Swot Analysis On Present Industrial Structure

  12. Snap Shot Of Prospects Of Industrial Development

  13. Swot   Analysis Prospects Of Industrial Development
  14. Technology Sources

SNAP SHOT OF CHHATTISGARH

 

Formed                    November 1- 2000

State capital            Raipur

Area                       1,35,361 Sq km (9th largest State)

Location                  Central India

Forest area             44 percent, there are three national parks and 11 wild life sanctuaries in the state.

Population                20,795,956(2001 census) (17th largest State)

No of districts           16 

No of towns                 97

No of villages            20,796

Density                   154 (Indian average 350)

Literacy rate            65.18% (Indian average 65.38%)

Climate                   Tropical, with hot summer and cool winter 

Annual rainfall          1800 mm

Road length             36,324 km

Rail length               1,108 km

Airport                    Raipur

SWOT ANALYSIS OF CHHATTISGARH STATE - A PROFILE

STRENGTHS

 WEAKNESS

 

·         Well connected by Railways and    Roadways

 

·         The land is fertile for agriculture    due to the presence of rivers.

 

·         The soil is very suitable for paddy     production.

 

·         Increased revenue from Mineral Royalty

 

·         The average cost of land per Ha is much lower than similar places in other neighboring states.

 

 

·         It being a land locked State the export/import activities are hampered.

 

·         Markets are not well developed

 

·         Most of the employment opportunities are due to forest and agricultural sources that varies as per climatic conditions.

 

·         Education facilities in the state are not evenly developed in all the districts.

 

 OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS

 

  • Measures should be taken to promote export-processing units to assist export-import activities, especially for food-processed products with the aid of APFDA.

 

  • The densely forested areas in State provides opportunities for setting forest based industries

 

  • The main source of livelihood is from agricultural field.

 

  • There are many Tourist spots in the state

 

  • The four lines NH connecting Mumbai to Kolcatta, which is passing through CG state, will open new opportunities.

 

·           Ecological Imbalance-There is the possibility of creating an     ecological imbalance because of felling of trees, changing topography of the land, utilization of large quantity of ground water, digging of mines etc.

 

·           Pollution-Creation of unacceptable levels of pollution in water, sound and air etc by the industries can be health hazard to men and animals.

 

 

 

 

UNIQUE FEATURES OF RESOURCES

 

·      Richest State in mineral resources (rank 2nd in the country in Mineral production)

·      World best Kimberlite pipes are available for diamonds

·       

·      With unique bio- diversity, richest storehouse of medicinal, aromatic and dye plants.

·      Ranked third in 2004 and fourth in 2003 in attracting investment proposal (all India).

·      Focal State for European Union  (EU), Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

·      Surplus energy generation. One of the few States in India having uninterrupted, quality power supply.

·      Highest freight loading zone in India, contributing one- sixth of total revenues of Indian Railways.

·      Guarantees quick Industrial approval backed by legislation, through the State Investment Promotion Board chaired by Chief Minister.

         SWOT ANALYSIS ON RESOURCE 

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESS

·         CG State is the agricultural state.  Due to this, there is good scope for agro-based industries.

·         Rich in Mineral wealth  (CG State stood second in the country by producing minerals worth Rs. 4200 crore)

·         The density of population is much lower than the country population density.  Hence free land is available for industrialization.

·         .Abundant forest resources: - Almost 44% of the area of the state is covered by forest.  Ample scope for wooden and forest based industries.

·         The state produces considerable quantities of horticultural products like, Mango, Papaya, etc

·         Proximity of promotion agencies.

·         Well-established Industrial Estates/development plots.

·         Regular flights to metro cities.

·         Visible presence of a series of opportunities in Dairy farming

 

·         Agriculture &  Horticulture  have  not

       been  effectively  exploited.

.

·         Non-farm  activities  have  not been     diversified

·         Lack  of  industrial  culture  and  procedural  awareness

·         Agriculture  is  the  main  activity  of  the  State.  The farmers are not  interested  in  industrial  activity.

·         Technical Educational Facilities in the State is not well developed.

·        The small land holding is very common due to family divisions.  There is more number of marginal farmers. It is very uneconomical leading to increasing unemployment.

·        The inadequacy of water conservation, storage and drawl systems precludes for most people and areas the possibility of a second crop

·        Mining of the mineral is being done in a very unorganized non-commercial manner.

 

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS

ü       Road Network-

The 4 lines N H, which is passing through State, will open new opportunities

ü       Availability of highly skilled manpower will computer related activities such as software development.

ü       Scope for consumer products-

CG is one of rich state of country because of the agriculture income and mining income.  The purchasing power of people is very high and there is scope for production and marketing consumer products.

ü       Scope for packing materials-

The packing materials required for major Industries are coming from other states.  There is enough scope for setting up some packing material unit.

 

·         There is increasing unemployment due to over dependability on agriculture, which is seasonal activity.

·         Ecological Imbalance-There is the possibility of creating an     ecological imbalance because of felling of trees, changing topography of the land, utilization of large quantity of ground water, digging of mines etc.

·         Pollution-Creation of unacceptable levels of pollution in water, sound and air etc by the industries can be health hazard to living beings.

·        High cost of living- The influx and migration of large work force may create pressures on land, housing and other facilities.  Cost of land and construction cost of building may go up.  The resulting high cost of living may be un bearable to the existing local people.

 

 

UNIQUE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

·       Road Network: -Total Road length: 36,324 Kms, National        Highway:2,225 Kms, State High way :3,113 Kms

·       Raipur is linked by Air with daily 90-minute flights from New Delhi to Mumbai

·       With unique bio- diversity, richest storehouse of   medicinal, aromatic and dye plants.

·       CG State Ranked third in 2004 and fourth in 2003 in attracting investment proposal (all India).

·       Focal State for European Union  (EU), Asian        Development

Bank (ADB) and Canadian International       Development       Agency (CIDA).

·       Surplus energy generation. One of the few States in      India         

        having uninterrupted, quality power supply

Add about 7,500 MW to existing capacity,  2000 MW CSEB,    2,640 MW  NTPC,   2,500 MW by independent power producers and captive uses

·       Highest freight loading zone in India, contributing         one- sixth     

        Of total revenues of Indian Railways.

·       Guarantees quick Industrial approval backed by   legislation      through the State Investment Promotion     Board chaired by   Chief Minister.

·       Satillite communications technology is being tapped to improve connectivity. The State is promoting the establishment of a broad brand digital network by using the transmission and distribution networks of existing electricity utilities

 

SWOT ANALYSIS INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESS

·         Low land cost:-  Lot of land available for industrial set-ups.

·         Surplus power is available which can attract more industries.

·         Good connectivity :-Well connected to major cities by railways, Roadways and Airways.

·         Good communication facilities available

·         Export oriented promotional Activities

·         Sound fiscal position

·         Favorable industrial climate

·         Hard working and low cost labor

·        Abundant forest resources

·         Skill oriented EDPs, training by SISI,Raipur.

·         There is inadequate industrial infrastructure for the growth of industries.

·         Less number of growth center for industries.

·         NO water transport available. It’s a landlocked district.

·         Entrepreneurs need proper guidance and training to diverse in industrial field from agro based or family businesses.

·         Lack of skilled manpower.

·        Lack of proper database:-

The  State/District  lacks a  proper  data        bank and  hence  entrepreneurs  are unable  to do market  survey  for  identification  of products.

·        Lack of traditional entrepreneurs  in the State.

·       Scarcity of primary raw material

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS

·         Lot of scope for improving the industrial infrastructure and incentives for attracting potential industries.

 

·         Opportunities available for setting up resource based industries as its still in the budding stage.

 

·          Setting up growth centers.

 

·         To lure prospective local/outside entrepreneurs extensive product cum process oriented EDPs should be organized.

 

·         Export promotional activities to be organized.

 

 

·         Ecological Imbalance-There is the possibility of creating an     ecological imbalance because of felling of trees, changing topography of the land, utilization of large quantity of ground water, digging of mines etc.

·         Pollution-Creation of unacceptable levels of pollution in water, sound and air etc by the industries can be health hazard to living beings.

·         High cost of living- The influx and migration of large work force may create pressures on land, housing and other facilities.  Cost of land and construction cost of building may go up.  The resulting high cost of living may be un bearable to the existing local people.

Slowness and inertia in taking adequate                                         and timely steps will result in the opportunities being converted to their advantage by neighboring states.

 

  

INCENTIVES

A land of opportunities, Chhattisgarh is among the richest States in India in terms of mineral and forest resources, with large untapped potential for industrialization. The State has economic and political stability.

In line with the State's Industrial Policy, the Government of Chhatisgarh enhanced its fiscal allocations for Public-Private Partnerships for providing basic and specialized physical infrastructure, especially in its industrial parks.

The government's incentives are directed towards thrust industries, mega projects and small-scale industries.

Additional incentives are being provided to industrial units that employ a large number of women, are set up by members of scheduled tribes and scheduled castes and those who invest in quality control and innovation.

 

 

CG State Key Incentives for Industrial Development

 ·        Mega projects, with investment in fixed assets of over Rs. 1 billion ($ 21.27 million) will be eligible for infrastructure support out side industrial estates of up to 25 percent of the infrastructure cost, subject to a maximum of five years sales tax.

 ·        Such units would be allowed to have captive power plants, and enjoy exemption from electricity duty for 15 years.

 ·        Thrust sector industries, including export-oriented units, get infrastructure support to the extent of 25 percent of infrastructure cost, subject to a maximum of Rs. 10 million      ($  212.000)

 ·        New units are exempted from electricity duty for 10 years, and commercial tax would be the floor rate of value added tax, when introduced.

 ·        Conversion fee has been waived for land diverted from agricultural to industrial use.

 ·        All industries, irrespective of size, will be exempted from entry tax, and payment of stamp duty.

 ·        For units having over 500 workers on permanent payroll, if women constitute more than 50 percent of their work force, an additional incentive equal to 10 percent of the capital investment over five years would be given.

 

      Central Government Policy Support & SIDO Schemes

 

·        Policy of Reservation.

·        Reservation for Marketing.

·        Fiscal Concessions under General SSI Excise Exemption Scheme.

·        Credit Support to the SSI Sector.

·        Technology Development and Modernization Fund (TDMF of SIDBI).

·        National Equity Fund (NEF of SIDBI)

·        Export Promotion.

·        Strategies in the Emerging WTO Regime.

·        Technology Support Programme for Neem Based Product.

·        Cluster Development Programme.

·        Collection of Statistic on SSI Units.

·        Third Census of SSI Units.

·        Initiatives for Women Entrepreneurs.

·        Growth Center Scheme.

·        Computerization of District Industries (DICs)

·        Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme for Small Industries.

·        Credit Linked Capital Subsidy for  Technology Up gradation of the Small Scale Industries (CLCSS).

·        Scheme for Market Development Assistance for SSI Export (SSI-MDA).

·        Integrated Infrastructure Development (IID) Scheme for Small Scale Industries.

·        Integrated Technology Up gradation and Management Programme (UPTECH).

·        UNIDO Assisted Programmes.

·        Quality Up gradation in Small Scale Sector through Incentive for ISO-9000 Certification.

·        National Awards.

·        Scheme for Setting up of Testing Centers by Industries Associations & Modernization/Expansion of Quality Marking Centers of State Governments and their Autonomous Bodies.

·        Mini Tool Rooms and Training Centers.

  • Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana (PMRY).

 

For more details Contact SISI Raipur

 

   

 

     PRESENT INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE

 

·       Asia No. 1 BSP Steel Plant located in CG.State

·       CG State is having 165 large & Medium Scale Industries. Due to this ample scope for Ancillary industries.

·       28% of India’s sponge iron, 18% of cement industries, 16% of Coal reserves and 24.21% of India's total iron ore deposit reserves available in the State

·       The State is having 61739 Regd and 2410 Un-Regd SSI Units as on 2001-2002 Census.

·       Visible presence of a series of opportunities in Dairy farming

·       Many of SSI units are located in the rural area which facilitates the agro based economy of the State

·       Country "s biggest Bauxite reserves available in the State

·       Exclusive Tin reserves available in the State

·       The rural sector needs more intervention   from the government for sustainable industrial growth

·       Proposed 40 Medium and large scale Industrial units construction with Rs 12,500 crore investment will give boost to new Small Scale Industrial opportunities.

·       Agreements with 12 Industrial groups for Rs 5,470 crore investment.

·       Proposed five more new industrial estates will give good opportunities

·       Price preference to Small Scale Industries in Govt purchase

·       Rich in Mineral wealth  (CG State stood second in the country by producing minerals worth Rs. 4200 crore)

·       Abundant forest resources: - Almost 44% of the area of the state is covered by forest.  Ample scope for wooden and forest based industries.

·       The state produces considerable quantities of horticultural products like, Mango, Papaya, etc

·       Well established Industrial Estates/development plots.

 

SWOT ANALYSIS ON  PRESENT INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE

 

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESS

·         Chhattisgarh is an important player in coal sector

·         CG State is famous for its Cement industries. 8 large industries accounting for around 20% of India’ cement production.

·         State is the iron and steel hub of the Country. BSP alone produces over  4  million tones per annum of iron & steel

·         165 large and medium scale industries in the State

·         61,739 Regd SSI and 2410 unregistered SSI units, the total comes to 64149 as on 2001-02.  Census.

·         General industrial climate is good for industrial growth.

·         Most of the SSI units are perennial in the nature of operation. A few seasonal SSI units are present for agricultural production.

·         There is a huge scope for industrialization in the State.

·         Well established Industrial estates/ development plots.

·         Mostly the SSI units are located in the rural area which facilitates the agro based economy of the State.

 

·         The rural sector needs more intervention from the government for sustainable industrial growth.

·         Employment generation in the State is very low

·         Industrial estates need to be developed for better growth.

·         Non-farm activities have  not been  diversified

·         Lack  of  entrepreneurial  talents  and  initiatives.

·         Lack  of  industrial  culture  and  procedural  awareness.

·         Agriculture  is  the  main  activity  of  the  State.  The  farmers  are  not  interested  in  industrial  activity.

·        Lack of traditional entrepreneurs in the State.

·        Scarcity of primary raw material                 Most of  the primary raw material have to be brought from the other States since these items are not available locally. This has resulted in an increase in the cost of production and even some times in scarcity  of raw these items.

·         Poor R&D facilities

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS

·        New State advantage

·        Location –logistic hub

·        Twenty-eight Percent of India’s Sponge iron production comes from CG State

·        Growth of industrial estates will encourage outside investments.

·         Export related opportunities for food & Agro based and Biotechnology projects

·         Abundant resources available for enormous industrial opportunities.

·         KVIC sponsored units are being promoted in the State

·        Lack of export facilities may hamper exports.

·        Poor water conservation may pose a problem for the future industrial set up

·         Pollution-Creation of unacceptable levels of pollution in water, sound and air etc by the industries can be health hazard to living beings.

·         If a proper investment climate is not provided, the      capital might get diverted and get sunk in un-productive assets.  This will cause capital squeeze for new projects.  Also money will remain as deposits rather than put to productive purpose.

 

 

 

 

     SNAP SHOT OF PROSPECTS FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

·       CG State is the agricultural state.  Due to this, there is good scope for agro-based industries.

·       CG State being a power surplus state will result in growth in industries. Power is available for set up SSI units at comparatively low cost.

·       Rich in Mineral wealth  (CG State stood second in the country by producing minerals worth Rs. 4200 crore)

·       The density of population is much lower than the country population density.  Hence free land is available for industrialization.

·       The average cost of land per hectare much lower than similar places in neighboring states.

·       Almost 44% of the area of the state is covered by forest.  Ample scope for wooden and forest based industries.

·       The state produces considerable quantities of horticultural products like, Mango, Papaya, etc. Due to this, there is good scope for horticultural industries.

·       The State has abundant reserves of trained manpower with high literacy level both in skilled and unskilled manpower with low cost for industrial operation.

·       Well-established Industrial Estates/development plots.

·       Asia No. 1 BSP Steel Plant located in CG.State

·       CG State is having 165 large & Medium Scale    Industries. Due to this ample scope for Ancillary industries.

·       28% of India’s sponge iron, 18% of cement industries,

16% of Coal reserves and  24.21% of India's total iron ore deposits reserves available in the State

·       40 Medium and large scale Industrial units construction with  Rs12,500 crore investment.

·        Proposed five more new industrial estates will give good opportunities

 

SWOT   ANALYSIS PROSPECTS OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

STRENGTHS

·         CG State is the agricultural state.  Due to this, there is good scope for agro-based industries.

·         Well-established network for electric power.  CG State being a power surplus state will result in growth in industries. Power is available for set up SSI units at comparatively low cost.

·         Rich in Mineral wealth  (CG State stood second in the country by producing minerals worth Rs. 4200 crore)

·         The density of population is much lower than the country population density.  Hence free land is available for industrialization.

·         Low land cost;- The average cost of land per hectare much lower than similar places in neighboring  states.

·         Abundant forest resources :- Almost 44% of the area of the state is covered by forest.  Ample scope for wooden and forest based industries.

·         The state produces considerable quantities of horticultural products like, Mango, Papaya, etc

·         Manpower and Brainpower. 

·         The State has abundant reserves of trained manpower with high literacy level both in skilled and unskilled manpower with low cost for industrial operation.

·         Proximity of promotion agencies.

·         Well established Industrial Estates/development plots.

·         Good weather and  seasonal rain.

·         Asia No. 1 BSP Steel Plant located in CG.State

·         CG State is having 165 large & Medium Scale         Industries. Due to this ample scope for Ancillary industries.

·         28% of India’s sponge iron , 

·         18% of  cement  industries,

·         16% of Coal reserves  and

·         24.21% of India"s total iron ore deposits reserves available in the State

·         Large Quantity  of precious semi precious stones deposits available in CG State

·         Regular flights to metro cities.

 

·         Visible presence of a series of opportunities in Dairy farming

·         Most of the SSI units are perennial in the nature of operation . A few seasonal SSI units are present for agricultural production

·         Many of the SSI units are located in the rural area which facilitates the agro based economy of the State

·         Favorable Industrial climate.

·         Country "s biggest Bauxite reserves available in the State

·         Exclusive Tin  reserves available in the State

·        The rural sector needs more intervention   from the government for sustainable industrial growth

·        40 Medium and large scale Industrial units construction with  Rs12,500 crore investment.

·        Agreements with 12 Industrial groups for Rs 5,470 crore investment.

·        IEMs filed for Rs 12000 crore investment in CG

·        Proposed five more new industrial estates will give good opportunities

·        Price preference to Small Scale Industries in Govt purchage

·        Newly announced CG  State  Industrial Investment Promotion

 ( Amendment)Act will give good  attraction for       Industrialisation.

 

OPPORTUNITIES

·         Road Network-  The 4 lines N H, which is passing through State, will open new opportunities

·         New State advantage

·         Energy deficit in the country.

·         Fast growing demand for Steel and Aluminum

·         Good Opportunities for Tourism & related activities-There are many tourist spots in the State, which are not fully developed because of poor infrastructure facilities.  It these facilities are improved there is ample scope for Tourism.

·         Scope for consumer products-

·         CG is one of rich state of country because of the agriculture income and mining income.  The purchasing power of people is very high and there is scope for production and marketing consumer products.

·         Existing units not facing problems-

·         Existing units in the state are not facing any marketing problems, as concentrations of similar type of units are not much in the state.

·         Scope for packing materials-

·         The packing materials required for major Industries are coming from other states.  There is enough scope for setting up some packing material unit.

·         Good opportunities for ancillary and downstream products. (Due to 170 L&M scale units)

·          Availability of highly skilled manpower will computer related activities such as software development.

·         Location -logistic hub

·         Large global market for herbal medicine and herbal dyes.

                         

WEAKNESS

 

·         Agriculture &  Horticulture  have  not

       been  effectively  exploited.

·         Inadequate infra-structure base  Industrial     estate. 

·         Presence  of  high  incidence  of  poverty.

·         Non-farm  activities  have  not been  diversified

·         .Lack  of  entrepreneurial  talents  and  initiative.

·         Lack  of  industrial  culture  and  procedural  awareness

·         Agriculture  is  the  main  activity  of  the  State.  The  farmers  are  not  interested  in  industrial  activity.

·         Technical  Educational  Facilities  in  the  State is  not  well  developed.

·        Requirement  of large  number  of licenses,       clearances  and  certificates  from different  local  bodies etc. which result  in  inordinate  procedural delays.

·        Lack of proper database:-The  State/ District  lacks a  proper  data        bank and  hence  entrepreneurs  are unable  to do market  survey  for  identification  of products.

·        Lack of traditional entrepreneurs  in the State.

·         Scarcity of primary raw material

·        Most of  the primary raw material have to be brought from the other States since these items are not available locally.This has resulted in an increase in the cost of production and even some times in scarcity  of raw these items.

·         Poor R&D fecilities

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THREATS

·         Ecological Imbalance-There is the possibility of creating an     ecological imbalance because of felling of trees, changing topography of the land, utilization of large quantity of ground water, digging of mines etc.

·         Pollution-Creation of unacceptable levels of pollution in water, sound and air etc by the industries can be health hazard to living beings.

·         High cost of living- The influx and migration of large work force may create pressures on land, housing and other facilities.  Cost of land and construction cost of building may go up.  The resulting high cost of living may be un bearable to the existing local people.

·      Small and medium farmers                               Small and medium farmers predominate the state.  Since most of the products are transported from the state in the raw form and value addition part is done outside the state. The farmers are not getting adequate returns for their work.  If more and more agro based industries are not setup there is a possibility that the farmers may loose interest in agriculture activities.

·        Slowness and inertia in taking adequate  and timely steps  will result in the opportunities being converted to their advantage by neighboring states.

·         If a proper investment climate is not provided, the      capital might get diverted and get sunk in un-productive assets.  This will cause capital squeese for new projects.  Also money will remain as deposits rather than put to productive purposes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNOLOGY SOURCES

S.No.

Name & Address of the Institution

S.No.

Name & Address of the Institution

 

1

Central Building Research Institute.
Roorkee - 247 667.
Phone : (01332) 72391, 72243
Fax : 72272
E-mail :mi@cscbi.ren.nic.in

2

Centre for Biochemical Technology
Near Jubilee Hall, University Campus, 

Mall Road, Delhi- 110 007
Phone : (011) 7257578, 7257471.
Fax: 7257471. E-mail. Director@cbt.res.in.

 

3

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology,
Uppal Road, Hyderabad - 500 007.
Phone : (040) 7173487
Fax : 72272
E-mail mailto:laliji@ccmb.ap.nic.in

4

Central Drug Research Institute
Chattar Manzil Palace,
Post Box No.173, Lucknow - 226 001
Phone : (0522) 224156,Fax : 223405.
E-mail:mailto:root@cscdri.ren.nic.in

 

5

Central Electrochemical Research Institute
Karaikudi - 623 006.
Phone : (04565 )27777, Fax : 27779
E-mail :cecrik@cscecri.ren.nic.in

6

Central Drug Research Institute
Chattar Manzil Palace,
Post Box No.173, Lucknow - 226 001
Phone : (0522) 224156,Fax : 223405.
E-mail.mailto:root@cscdri.ren.nic.in

 

7

Central Fuel Research Institute,
P.O. FRI, Dhanbad - 828108
Phone : (0326) 460141 , Fax : 464350
E-mail :mailto:dirctor@cscfri.ren.nic.in

8

Central Food Technology Research Institute
Mysore - 570 013.
Phone : (0821) 517760 ,Fax : 516308
E-mail.mailto:director@nicfos.ren.nic.in

 

9

Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute196, Raja SC Mullick Road,  Culcutta - 700 032.
Phone : (033) 435829 ,Fax : 4730957  E-mail :root@cscgcri.ren.nic.in

10

Central Institute of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
P.O. CIMAP, Lucknow - 226 015.
Phone : (0522) 359623,Fax : 342666
E-mail : root@cimap.sirnetd.emet.in

 

11

Central Leather Research Institute,
Adyar, Chennai-600 020.
Phone : (044 ) 4910897
Fax : 4912150
E-mail : ciri@sirmditment.in

12

Central Mechanical Engg Research Institute, Mahatma Gandhi Avenue,
Durgapur- 713 209.
Phone : (0343 ) 546749, Fax : 546745
E-mail : cmeri%sirnetc@sirnetd.ernet.in

 

13

Central Mining Research Station
Baaarwa Road, Dhanbad - 826 001.
Phone : (0326) 202093,
Fax : 202429, 205028
E-mail:director@cscmri.ren.nic.in

14

Central Road Research Institute,
P.O.CRRI, Delhi Mathura Road,
New Delhi - 110 020.
Phone : (011 ) 6868917 Fax : 6845943
E-mail :root@cscrri.ren.nic.in

 

15

Central Scientific Instruments Org.
Sector-30, Chandigarh - 160 020.
Phone : (0172) 657190,Fax : 657267, 657082
E-mail :root@cscsio.ren.nic.in

16

CSIR Complex Madras,
Post Baag NO.8285, TTTT
Taramani, Chennai-600 013.
Phone : (044 ) 2352139,Fax : 2350508

 

17

Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology
P.B.No.6, Palampur-176 061,
Kangra District (H.P.)
Phone : (01894 ) 30411 Fax : 30433
E-mail: director@csihbt.ren.nic.in

18

Central Salt & Marine Chemicals Research Institute, Bhavnagar-364 002
Phone : (0278 ) 569496
Fax : 567562
E-mail :salt@cscsmcri.ren.nic.in

 

19

Indian Institute of Chemical Biology
4, Raja S.C Mullick Road,
Jadavpur, Calcutta- 700 032.
Phone : (033 ) 4735368 Fax : 4735197
E-mail : mailto:iichbio@glascl01.vsnl.net.in

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Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
Uppal Road, Hyderabad - 500 007.
Phone : (040) 7173389
Fax : 7173387
E-mail : root@csiict.rem.nic.in

 

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National Chemical Laboratory,
Pune-411 008
Phone : (020 ) 5893030 Fax : 5893355
E-mail :root@csncl.ren.nic.in

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Regional Research Laboratory,
Hoshangabad Road, Habibganj Naka,
Bhopal - 462 026
Phone : (0755 ) 585105 Fax : 587042
E-mail :mailto:root@rrlbpl.mp.nic.in

 

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National Physical Laboratory
Dr. K.S. Krishnan Mark,
New Delhi - 110 012.
Phone : (011 ) 5851440 Fax : 5752678
E-mail :mailto:root@csnpl.ren.nic.in

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Regional Research laboratory,
Sachivalaya Marg,
Bhubaneswar-751 013
Telefax : (0674) 581 126.
E-mail :mailto:director@csrrlbhu.ren.nic.in

 

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Regional Research Laboratory,
Canal Road, Jammu Tawi - 180 001.
Phone : (0191 ) 546368,Fax : 546383
E-mail : rrlj@nde.vsnl.net.in

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Regional Research Laboratory
Jorhat - 785 006.
Phone : (0376 ) 370012, Fax : 370011
E-mail :mailto:drrljt@csir.res.in.

 

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Regional Research Laboratory
Industrial Estate P.O.,
Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone : (0471 ) 490324,Fax : 491712
E-mail :mailto:root@csirltrd.ren.nic.in

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Project Officer,
CSIR Polytechnology Transfer Centre,
2nd Floor, Rashtrothana Parisha Bhavan,
14/3-A Nrupathunga Road,
Bangalore -560 002.
Telefax: (0755) 554327.

 

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National Research Centre for Banana,
44, Ramalinga Nagar South Extension,
Vayalur Road, Trichy-17.

 

 

 

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