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Government of India Ministry of MSME
Brief Industrial Profile of Ganjam District
(2019-20)
Carried out by
MSME-Development Institute, Cuttack
(Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India,) (As per the guidelines of O/o DC(MSME), New Delhi)
Phone : 0671-2548077/2548049 Fax: 0671-2201006
e-mail: [email protected] Web- www.msmedicuttack.gov.in

F O R E W O R D
Every year Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development Institute, Cuttack under the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India has been undertaking the Industrial Potentiality Survey for the districts in the state of Odisha and brings out the Survey Report as per the guidelines issued by the office of Development Commissioner (MSME), Ministry of MSME, Government of India, New Delhi. Under its Annual Action Plan 2019-20, all the districts of Odisha have been taken up for the survey. This Industrial Potentiality Survey Report of Ganjam district covers various parameters like socio-economic indicators, present industrial structure of the district and availability of industrial clusters, problems and prospects in the district for industrial development with special emphasis on scope for setting up of potential MSMEs.
The report provides useful information and a detailed idea of the industrial potentialities of the district. I hope this Industrial Potentiality Survey Report would be an effective tool to the existing and prospective entrepreneurs, financial institutions and promotional agencies while planning for development of MSME sector in the district.
I would like to place on record my appreciation for Sri S. N. Dash, Asst. Director (EI) of this Institute for his concerted efforts to prepare this report under the guidance of Dr. Pragyansmita Sahoo, Dy. Director (EI) for the benefit of entrepreneurs and professionals in the state.

Cuttack Dated:

(Dr. S. K. Sahoo) Director Incharge

S. No. 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4
1.5
2. 2.1 3.
3.1 3.2 3.2.1 3.3
3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.8.1 3.8.2 3.9 3.9.1 3.9.2 4. 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.2.5 5.
6 7. 8.

Contents
Topic General Characteristics of the District Location & Geographical Area Topography Availability of Minerals. Forest
Administrative set up
District at a glance Existing Status of Industrial Area in the District of Ganjam Industrial Scenario Of Ganjam
Industry at a Glance Year Wise Trend Of Units Registered MSME Units registered under UAM Details Of Existing Micro & Small Enterprises & Artisan Units In The District Large Scale Industries / Public Sector undertakings Major Exportable Item Growth Trend Vendorisation / Ancillarisation of the Industry Medium Scale Enterprises List of the units in Ganjam & near by Area Major Exportable Item Service Enterprises Potentials areas for service industry Potential for new MSMEs Existing Clusters of Micro & Small Enterprise Detail Of Major Clusters Manufacturing Sector Service Sector Details of Identified cluster Cashew Cluster Chemical cluster Rice Cluster Granite Cluster Kewda Cluster General issues raised by industry association during the course of meeting Prospects of training Programmes during 2019-20 Action plan for MSME Schemes during 2019-20 Steps to set up MSMEs

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Brief Industrial Profile of Ganjam District
1. General Characteristics of the District
Ganjam District came into existence on 1st April 1936. The district is named after the old township and European fort of Ganjam situated on the northern bank of river Rushikulya which was the head quarter of the District. The Ganjam area was a part of ancient Kalinga which was occupied by Ashok in 261 B.C. The period of 1757 was ruled by the French Commander Bussy. In 1759, the French ruler was defeated by English and the District was annexed by them. The office of the District Collector was established in 1794. The District got separated from the Madras Presidency and formed the part of the newly created State of Odisha province with effect from 1.4.1936..
1.1 Location & Geographical Area.
Ganjam district is situated in the coastal region of the state surrounded on the North by Khurda district, on the East by the Bay of Bengal, on the West by Khandhamal and Gajapati district and on the South by Andhra Pradesh. It is between 19.00’ and 20-17’ of the Northern Latitude and 84-6’ to 85-11’ of Eastern Longitude. The geographical area of the district is 8206 Sq.Kms.
1.2 Topography
The district is covered by East and South Eastern coastal Plain Zone and North Eastern Ghat Zone. The Coastal Plain Zone is characterized by a number of deltas mainly formed by the river Rushikulya. The famous Chilika Lake lies in the Eastern part of the district. The district is broadly divided into two natural divisions i.e. the Coastal Plains in the east and the hills and table lands in the west. The block-wise physical features of the district are as follows : i) Coastal – Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Chatrapur, Ganjam & Khallikote, (ii) Plains – Kabisuryanagar, Hinjlicut, Polasara, Kodala, Aska, Digapahandi and Kukudakhandi and (iii) Hilly – Buguda,
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Jagannathpur, Sorada, Bhanjanagar and Dharakote. The important rivers of the district are Rushikulya, Badanadi, Jahada, Dhanei and Baghua. The soil of the district are mostly alluvial, black laterite, red and saline. The texture is sandy to sandy loam or clay to clay loam.
1.3 Availability of Minerals.

The district is endowed with rich and significant exploitable mineral deposits like Mineral Sand, Rutile, Garnet, Limenite, Sillimanite, Monazite & Zircon respectively. The other available minerals are Lime Kanakar, Soap Stone, Manganese, China Clay, Fire Clay, Graphite, Quartz & Granite respectively.

PRODUCTION OF MINERAL

S.NO.

NAME OF MINERAL

PRODUCTION in 000 tonnes

2010-2011

MAJOR MINERAL

1.

NIL

NIL

MINOR

1.

Mineral Sand

Scanty deposits & not

commercially exploitable

2.

Rutile

12

3.

Garnet

18

4.

Limenite

206

5.

Sillimanite

18

6.

Monazite

Scanty deposits & not

commercially exploitable

7.

Zircon

6

SOURCE:- DEPT. OF MINES & GEOLOGY.,

1.4 FOREST

The total forest area in the district is 2,103 sq. km.. The major portion of forest is located in Surada, Kodala, Khallikote, Tamana, Karchulli, Buguda, Tarasingi, Gallery, Dholpita and Durga Prasad. The major forest products

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are Timber, Bamboo, Myrabanna, Tamarind, Mohua, Sal, resin, Kendu leaves, Siali leaves and Karanja seeds.
1.5 Administrative set up-2019
The district is divided into three sub-divisions, 23 tahasils and 22 CD blocks. There are 02 Municipalities , 16 NACs and 18 towns in the district. The details about the administrative set-up is given below : 1. District Headquarters : Berhampur 2. No. of Sub-Divisions : 3 3. No. of CD Blocks : 22 4. No. of Tahasils : 23 5. No. of Municipality and NACs :2(Municipality) 16(NACs) 6. No. of Towns : 18 7. No. of Police Stations : 38 8. No. of Fire Stations : 23 9. No. of Assembly Constituencies : 13
2. District at a glance 2020:

S.No
1 (A)
(B)

Particular
Geographical Data i) Latitude ii) Longitude iii) Geographical Area Administrative Units i) Sub divisions ii) Tehsils iii) Sub-Tehsil iv) Patwar Circle

Year

Unit

Geographical features

Statistics

Nos.

Degree Degree Sq.Kms.

19.00’ and 20-17’ 84-6’ to 85-11’
8206
3 23 -

3

v) Panchayat Samitis(CD Blocks) vi)Nagar nigam vii) Nagar Palika viii) Gram Panchayats xi) Revenue villages x) Assembly Area 2. Population (A) Total Population of the District Sex-wise i) Male ii) Female (B) Rural Population Urban Population 3. Agriculture A. Land utilization i) Forest cover

2011
2011 2011 2011 2011
2018-19 2018-19

ii) Misc trees & Grooves 2018-19

iii)Permanent Pasture 2018-19

iv) Land put to Non

2018-19

Agriculture use

v) Uncultivable Barren 2018-19

land

vi) Culturable Waste

2018-19

vii) Net Area Sown

2018-19

4. Forest

(i) Forest

2018-19

5. Livestock & Poultry
A. Cattle i) Cows ii) Buffaloes
B. Other livestock i) Goats ii) Pigs iii) Sheep

2012 2012
2012 2012 2012

4

000 Nos.
000 Nos. 000 Nos. 000 Nos. 000 Nos.
000 Hectare
“ “ “
000 Hectare
Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos.

22
2 16 503 3195 13
3529
1779 1750 2761 768
315
22 20 21
20
11 347
315
589570 64428
227049 5725
156350

6. Communication

A. Railways

i) Length of rail line

2014-15

ii) No. of Rly. Station & 2014-15

PH

B. Roads

(a) National Highway 2018-19

(b) State Highway

2018-19

(c) Major District

2018-19

Highway

(d) Other district Roads 2018-19

(e) Rural road/

2018-19

Agriculture Marketing

Board Roads

(f) Forest Roads

2018-19

(g) Post offices

As on 31.03.19

7. Public Health

2018-19

(a) Medical

college/District

Hospital

(b)Beds in Allopathic

hospitals

(c) Ayurvedic Hospital

(d)Beds in Ayurvedic

hospitals

(e) Homoeopathic

hospitals

(f) Community health

centers

(g)Primary health

centers

(h) M.H.U

(i) Sub Health Centers

(j) Private hospitals

8. Banking commercial

As on March19

(a) Commercial Bank Branches

As on March19

(b) Deposit

As on March19

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Kms Nos.
Kms Kms Kms Kms Kms
Kms Nos.
No.
No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No.
Nos. Rs. in Cr.

85.64 12
327.45 491.87 91.36 1108.04 3044.92
501.50 682
2
1967 49 44 29 98 N.A
433 19323.28

(c) Credit 9. Education

As on March19

(a) Primary school

2018-19

(b) Upper-Primary

2018-19

schools

(c) Secondary schools 2018-19

(d)

2018-19

Colleges(Junior+Degre

e)

(e) Technical

2018-19

University

Rs. in Cr.

7334.15

Nos. Nos.
Nos. Nos.
Nos.

2272 1325
710 134(Jr. Colleges)
60(Degree Colleges)
1 (Indian Institute
of Science Education and
Research, Berhampur)

2.1 Existing Status of Industrial Areas in the District of Ganjam

S. Name of Tota Land Land Lan Prevai Tot Unit

N Ind.

l Allott Allot d ling al s

o. Area/Ind Lan ed able avai Land Unit Clo

l. Estate d

(In

labl Rate

sed

(in Acres

e Per

Acre )

Acre/R

s)

s.

In lakh

1. Berhampur 13.14 8.131 10.51 2.38 30.00 66

4

0

2

1

2.

Auto

28.05 8.201 22.44 12.2 30.00 124 1

Nagar –

2

2

41

Vaca

PH-I

nt-44

3.

Auto

46.12 41.218 36.90 -

30.00 328 46

Nagar –

5

0

4.31

Vaca

PH-II

8

nt-

174

4. Chhatrapur 34.53 20.928 27.62 6.70 20.00 18

2

5

8

0

5. Bhanjanag 17.99 0.344 14.39 14.0 10.00

1

-

ar

3

4

50

6. Ambapua 4.970 0.000 4.970 0.00

-

0

Source:- IDCO, Bhubaneswar

-

-

Units in
Pipeli ne
16 12
13
4 -

No. of Units
in Produ ction
33 57
34
4 -
-

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3. INDUSTRIAL SCENERIO OF GANJAM

3.1 Industry at a Glance

Sr

Head

No

1.

REGISTERED INDUSTRIAL UNIT

2.

TOTAL INDUSTRIAL UNIT (GIP)

3.

TOTAL MEDIUM & LARGE UNIT

4.

TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN

REGISTERED SMALL SCALE

INDUSTRIES

5. TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN LARGE AND MEDIUM INDUSTRIES

6. NO. OF INDUSTRIAL AREA/ESTATES

7.

TOTAL INVESTMENT IN PLANT &

MACHINERY OF Regd. SMALL SCALE

INDUSTRIES

8.

TOTAL INVESTMENT IN PLANT &

MACHINERY IN MEDIUM & LARGE

SCALE INDUSTRIES

Source: DI, Odisha

Unit
NO. NO. NO. NO.
NO. NO. IN LAKHS
IN CRORES

Particulars 19075 13017 3 68064
4504 6
53355.62
266.30

3.2 YEAR WISE TREND OF UNITS REGISTERED

YEAR

NUMBER OF

EMPLOYMENT

REGISTERED

UNITS

Till

1984-85

1013

7989

1985-86

57

437

1986-87

60

60.67

1987-88

47

256

1988-89

69

647

1989-90

47

551

1990-91

66

616

1991-92

110

661

1992-93

48

424

1993-94

52

398

1994-95

68

399

1995-96

98

660

1996-97

134

1245

1997-98

57

635

1998-99

39

445

1999-2000

128

1089

2000-01

119

577

2001-02

165

741

2002-03

168

532

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INVESTMENT (lakh Rs.)
544.8 93.9 653 46.36 128.12 193.83 133.4 93.44 55.44 224.5 185.42 238.5 507.29 128.82 462.62 659.91 141.29 317.87 116.94

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