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KARNATAKA : A SOUTH WEST INDIA STATE

A“WORLD MEDIA NETWOK” PRESENTS FDI IN INDIA & SCOPE

KARNATAKA

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) IN KARNATAKA

Introduction

Introduction

Karnataka is a state in southwest India with Arabian Sea coastlines. The capital, Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore), is a high-tech hub known for its shopping and nightlife. To the southwest, Mysore is home to lavish temples including Mysore Palace, Hampi, once the medieval Vijayanagara empire’s capital, con contains ruins of Hindu temples, elephant stables and a stone chariot.According to Census6.41Crores. It was formed on 1 November 1956, with the passage of the States Reorganisation Act. Originally known as the State of Mysore, it was renamed Karnataka in 1973. The state corresponds to the Carnatic region. The capital and largest city is Bengaluru The state covers an area of 191,976 square kilometres (74,122 sq mi), or 5.83 percent of the total geographical area of India. It is the sixth largest Indian state by area Total 30 Distrcts with 3Divisions.

Karnataka Map

Karnataka Districts List :

The 30 districts of the state are divided under the four administrative divisions.
Bangalore Division Belgaum Division Kalaburagi Division Mysore Division
Bengaluru Urban
Bagalkot
Bellary
Chamarajanagar
Bengaluru Rural
Belgaum
Bidar
Chikkamagaluru
Chikkaballapur
Vijayapura
Kalaburagi
Dakshina Kannada
Chitradurga
Dharwad
Koppal
Hassan
Davanagere
Gadag
Raichur
Kodagu
Kolar
Haveri
Yadgir
Mandya
Ramanagara
Uttara Kannada
Mysuru
Shivamogga
Udupi
Tumakuru

Karnataka Industries

Key Industries

  • Karnataka has vibrant automobile, agro, aerospace, textile and garment, biotech, and heavy engineering industries.
  • The state has sector specific Special Economic Zone (SEZs) for key industries such as IT, biotechnology, and engineering, food processing and aerospace.

Karnataka-FDI Investment Present Scene

“WMN”BROAD VIEW & Business Support.

“World Media Network” is helping upcoming and existing businesses to grow as the government is supporting the business in  increasing their work towards the domestic as well as international Tie-Ups. Service-oriented industries need to be promoted with direct and indirect participation for Franchising modules in the INDIA and “WMN” would help them to connect with the brands as well the investors and venture capitalists to increase the growth of the company in future.

Karnataka boasts of diverse flora and fauna and a 320 km natural coastline, which makes it a nature tourist’s paradise. Tourist arrivals in the state increased from 36.7 million in 2006 to 102.3 million in 2017. The state has attracted Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) equity inflows worth USD $35.69 bn during the period April 2000 to December 2018, according to data released by Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT). Karnataka has vibrant automobile, agro, aerospace, textile & garment, biotech and heavy engineering industries. The state has sector-specific SEZs for key industries such as IT, biotechnology, and engineering, food processing and aerospace. Karnataka is the IT hub of India and home to the fourth largest technology cluster in the world. Merchandise exports from Karnataka reached US$ 17.36 billion in 2018-19 and US$ 40.68 billion during the period April 2000 to June 2019.

  • Key Sectors :- As of February 2020, the state had 312 operational, 51 notified SEZs and 62 formally approved SEZs. The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board has developed 141 industrial areas spread across the state. The state plans to develop and upgrade eight clusters around Bengaluru with an investment of US$ 348.4 million in coming years.
  • As of March 2020, the state had an installed power generation capacity of 29,824.81 megawatt (MW). Out of this, central utilities, private utilities, and state utilities contributed 4,012.45 MW, 17,011.88 MW, and 8,800.49 MW, respectively.
  • Karnataka has emerged as the information technology (IT) hub of India. The state is India’s largest software exporter, with electronics and computer software export reaching US$ 77.9 billion in 2018-19 and US$ 42.5 million during 2019-20 (till November 2019).
  • Karnataka is the first state which came out with an aerospace policy in the country. Karnataka Aerospace Policy has identified an investment potential of US$ 12.5 billion in this sector during 2013–23 and plans to develop aerospace clusters in different regions of the state.

**Targeted Industries Key sectors**- “WMN”KEY ROLE.

  • “World Media Network” is playing an important role in all the categories and sectors, “WMN” is a Press Release distribution company covering over 180 countries covering twenty- five languages across the world . it has ventured into Digital News, Television, Print, Radio, Billboards, Airports, Multiplexes, Talk shows . Press releases are based on industry standards with  timely coverages and promoting the  business development of FDI and the scope of growth in the country.
  • As of February 2020, the state had 312 operational, 51 notified SEZs and 62 formally approved SEZs. The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board has developed 141 industrial areas spread across the state. The state plans to develop and upgrade eight clusters around Bengaluru with an investment of US$ 348.4 million in coming years.
  • As of March 2020, the state had an installed power generation capacity of 29,824.81 megawatt (MW). Out of this, central utilities, private utilities, and state utilities contributed 4,012.45 MW, 17,011.88 MW, and 8,800.49 MW, respectively.
  • Karnataka has emerged as the information technology (IT) hub of India. The state is India’s largest software exporter, with electronics and computer software export reaching US$ 77.9 billion in 2018-19 and US$ 42.5 million during 2019-20 (till November 2019).
  • Karnataka is the first state which came out with an aerospace policy in the country. Karnataka Aerospace Policy has identified an investment potential of US$ 12.5 billion in this sector during 2013–23 and plans to develop aerospace clusters in different regions of the state.
  • The iron and steel industry of the state plays a very important role in its growth and development. It is one of the key industries required for industrial progress.
  • Various important industries like the construction, power plants, heavy and light machine, automobile, etc. depend on the iron and steel industry for their growth and expansion. The mineral resources of Karnataka have helped the iron and steel industry to flourish in the state. As of 2014-15, India was the largest producer of sponge iron and the third largest producer of raw steel in the state.
  • Karnataka, with its rich resources of iron ore, is one of the pillars of the national iron and steel industry. Districts like Bellary, Chitradurga, and Chikmagalur are the nerve-centres of the iron ore deposits in the state. The steel production capacity of the 18 units in the state is about 22 MMTPA at present.

Karanataka

Key factors influencing the growth of the iron and steel industry in Karnataka

The history of the iron and steel industry in the state can be traced back to the pre-independence era. It started with the establishment of the Mysore Iron Works (now known as Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant) at Bhadravati in 1923. It was established under the supervision of Sir M Visvesvaraya. Mysore Iron Works was the first public sector steel plant in the country. Starting with it, the iron and steel industry in Karnataka has come a long way today. There were many ups and downs along the way. But the industry continued to flourish in the state. Today the industry produces more than 15 million tonnes of steel annually. The main reasons behind the growth of the iron and steel industry in Karnataka are:

  • Karnataka has vast resources of iron ore. It is one of the most essential raw materials needed for the iron and steel industry.
  • Four different types of iron ore resources are found in Karnataka. They are hematite, magnetite, titaniferrous magnetite, and limonite and goethite.
  • The iron ore reserves found in Karnataka is of high quality. High grade magnetite and haematite are widely found in the state. Karnataka boosts of importing high grade iron ore to South Korean and Japanese steel majors.
  • Karnataka has 24 mines of iron ore under the private sector. There are 2 mining leases in the public sector.
  • The state is also rich in other mineral deposits needed for the iron and steel industry. These include minerals like manganese, lime stone, silica, etc. They are easily available for commercial exploitation.
  • The rapid industrialization in Karnataka is leading to the construction of buildings, rail tracts, industrial plants, bridges, etc. All these are increasing the demand for iron and steel in the state.
  • Karnataka has many steel plants that are contributing to the industry’s growth in the state.
  • The state houses two of the thirteen major steel plants in India. They are the Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant (VISL) in Bhadravati and the JSW Steel in Hospet, Bellary.
  • Availability of labour is a prerequisite for any industry. Karnataka has available human resource needed for working in the steel plants.
  • Good communication and other infrastructure facilities are helping the growth of the iron and steel industry in the state.
  • Karnataka has a wide market for iron and steel in the state. The constant implementation of various big and small industrial projects is adding to the demand for iron and steel in the state.

KARANATAKA & FDI MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS & WMN SUPPORT

*L& T s Construction Arms wins a large ‘water ‘management orders in Karnataka.

*Nano-Tech & Products academia & companies & showcased  at 11th India-Nano 2020

*Indian Oil to invest 500 Cr in Karnataka.

*Sami- Sabinsa to  set –up Rs. 200 Cr.in manufacturing unit.

*Swedish Security Solutions firm Gunnebo opens India experience Centre in Bengaluru.

Industrial Map

Industrial Development & Economic Growth In Karnataka

Latest update: June, 2020

Karnataka Govt Departments & websites

Department URL
Accountants General, Karnataka
Agricultural Department
Agricultural Marketing
Audit Mnitoring System
Bengaluru Customs
Agricultural Marketing
BMRDA
Central Excise Bengaluru
Central Excise, Belagav
Central Poultry Development Organization (SR)
CGHS Bengaluru
Commercial Tax Department (VAT)
Commercial Taxes Department
Controller of Defence Accounts (R & D), Bengaluru
Controller of Communication Accounts Karnataka
Directorate of Minorities
Department of Animal husbandry and veterniry services
Department of Backward Classes
Department of Cooperation
Department of Cooperative Audit
Department of Ecology & Environment
Department of Electrical Inspectorate
Department of Gazette
Department of Handlooms & Textiles
Department of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Horticulture
Department of Housing
Department of Legalmetrology
Department of Parliamentary Affairs
Department of Woman & Child Development
Directorate of Economics & Statistics
Directorate of Employment & Training
Directorate of Mass Education
Directorate of Municipal Administration
Directorate of Social Security and Pensions
Directorate of Translations
Directorate of Welfare of Disabled and Senior Citizens
DPAR (Janaspanadana Cell)
DPAR (Services)
Drugs Control
Finance Department
Food & Civil Supplies
Home Department
Infrastructure Development Department
Jawahar Navodya Vidyalaya,Dakshina Kannada
Karnataka Appellate Tribunal
Kannada & Culture Department
Karnataka Education
Karnataka Forest Department
Karnataka Gazetteer Department
Karnataka Information Department
Karnataka Legislature
Karnataka Public Library
Karnataka State Coastal Zone Management Authority
Karnataka Government Insurance Department (K.G.I.D
Labour Department
Dakshina Kannada Customs
National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme
North Karnataka Postal Region
NSSO South Zone
Official Liquidator, Bengaluru
Planning, Statistics, Science and Technology Dept.
Press Information Bureau, Bengaluru
Principal Controller of Defence Accounts,Bengaluru
Regional Commissioner Office,Belagavi
Regional Commissioner Office,Bengaluru
Regional Commissioner Office,Mysuru
Rural Dev. & Panchayat Raj Dept.
Social Welfare Department
State Livestock Breeding and Training Centre
Transport Department
Water Resources Department
Watershed Development Department