JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
and Auto Components
23.1 (a) India’s leading automobile industry began manufacturing
commercial vehicle in early 1950s at Jamshedpur. The industry today is
among the leaders in producing commercial vehicles and is among the top
three companies in production of passenger vehicles in the country.
(b) More than 600 auto ancillary industries
including auto components units have been set up subsequently at Jamshedpur
and Adityapur to cater to the needs of automobiles companies. It has
generated more than 20-25 thousand direct employment and several times of
it as indirect employment
23.2 (a) All types of auto grade steels are being produced at
Jamshedpur since 1980s.
Demand for automobiles ( two, three & four wheelers) Light Motor
Commercial Vehicle / Heavy Commercial Vehicle has increased several fold.
Accordingly the demand of auto component has also gone up.
All necessary infrastructure exists near Jamshedpur - Adityapur for auto
Auto-Cluster is being made operational at Jamshedpur to extend common
facilities such as testing centre, design lab, effluent treatment plant
etc. to auto component makers.
23.4 The leading automobile industry at Jamshedpur has expanded
its capacity in different types of vehicles besides putting a new assembly
line for the production of World Truck – a heavy duty goods vehicle which
has resulted in the growth of ancillary units and additional employment.
23.5 Automobile Vendor Park will be established under PPP or
Private Mode by Mega Automobile Manufacturing Units. This park will be
entitled to get same benefits as envisaged for other parks in sl. 15.
23.6 (a) Mega automobile
manufacturing units will set up a skill development centre for the skill
upgradation and training in activities like driving, vehicle maintenance
etc. pertaining to automobile sector. The capacity of the centre will not
be less than 1000 trainees per annum.
(b) State Government will bear 50% cost of
training subject to a maximum of Rs 5000 per trainee for each successful
completion of training as mentioned in sl. 20.5.
Trainees against whom reimbursement of the training cost will be claimed by
the skill development centre shall be residents of the State as per norms
stipulated by Personnel Department of Government of Jharkhand for
(d) 50% of the total number of successful
trainees annually must fall in the category as mentioned in sl. 23.6 (c).
23.7 Mega Automobile Manufacturing Units will set up new ITI with
annual capacity of 300 trainees or adopt and upgrade existing ITIs for the
training of fitter and some other relevant trades of Automobile sector
keeping in view the employability of the successful trainee.
23.8 Mega Automobile Manufacturing Units fulfilling conditions
mentioned in sl. 23.6 and sl. 23.7 will be eligible to get VAT concessions for
one year extra for the activity mentioned in sl. 23.6 (a) & 23.7.