Electronic Manufacturing Clusters (EMCs)
Government of India (Gol) approved a Policy Resolution on National Policy on Electronics,2012.Subsequently,the Information Technology.Electronics & Communications (ITE&C) Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) issued a notification on Electronic Hardware Policy(2012-2017) to promote Electronic Industry in the state.
As per the Policy,ITE&C Department,GoAP issued guidelines foe "Creation of Electronic Manufacturing Clusters (EMCs)" in the state. The State Government has submitted proposals for Gol for establishing EMCs in Hyderabad.
GoAP received an In-principle approval from the Department of Electronics & Information Technology(DEIT) for establishing two Greenfield EMCs in the Hyderabad Region -e-City (602 ac) and Maheshwaram (310 ac).
ECMs Key Results
Key Results Areas for building a cohesive EMC
Market Potential Industry
and logistics World-class
skills Strategic need
Defence & Airspace Electronics medical & Automobiles
Semiconductors,Chip Design,VLSI,Telecommunications, Strategic electronics Component industry Power and Solar segments
Telecom,Power,Solar,RFID, Embedded Systems,Medical electronics,Support services like Testing,Plastic Moulding etc.
EMCs shall provide
Conductive Business Environment
Excellent Infrastructure and logistics
An investor-friendly eco system
Meeting the needs of companies and employees
The demand in the Indian market was USD 45 bn in 2008-09 and is expected to reach USD 400 bn by 2020. The growth of domestic production at a CAGR of 22% is Expected to be driven by surge in income levels, the aspirational value of electronic goods, the demand from a resurgent corporate sector and the government's focus on E-Governance
Among the 6 key verticals of the Indian Electronics Hardware sector,Consumer Electronics and Telecom Equipment are the largest segments with about 27% share each in total production. It is estimated that around 27.8 mn people will be employed by the ESDM industry for a production of USD 400 bn by 2020.
In the ESDM Industry, local demand & sourcing is expected to grow from USD 2.9 bn to USD 3.6 bn from 2001-15,due to the reliance on imports.Then 65% of electronic product's demand is being met by imports.
Contributes 7.5% to the electronic production of the Country
Houses more than 300 electronic industries with more than 60,000 employee base in highly specialized which Ranks No.5 in the National Electronic Industry Manufacturing & No.3 in attracting investments in India.
Potential to achieve at least 10% - 15% of national share of Electronic Manufacturing by 2020 (in view of the growing contribution of Software exports and new Automobile manufacturing industries in Andhra Pradesh).
Elcina Raaga Mayuri Manufacturing Clusters
|Area in Acre||47.32|
|Estimated Investment by units||Rs.780cr|
|Total No of Industrial Plots||52|
|Minimum Plot Size||0.56 Acre|
Land use Pattern
86.3% of the are is designated for processing activities and 13.7% pf the area is designed for non processing activities. Table below gives the breakup of area processing and non processing activities.
|S.No||Particular (Name of Facility)||Unity||Area sqm||% Area Processing||% Area Non Processing|
|1||Industrial Plots - Total 52 Plots||sqm||111960||58.5|
|2||Service Area - Bactronic/water Works/recharge water body & other service for servicing the Industrial plots||sqm||12997||58.5|
|3||Roads-Area under roads and truck handing parking area for connecting industrial plots||sqm||40321||21|
|4||Non-processing related Common Amenities worker convenience crietria,club house and general conveniences||sqm||7017.8||3.7|
|5||Green Area- Total area under land scaping/greenery||sqm||19202||10|
21 Apr 2016