Frequently Asked Question

Administration of Industrial Estates

Q. WHICH ARE THE REGULAR INDUSTRIAL AREAS IN DELHI?

Ans. Regular Industrial Areas in Delhi are as follows:

North Zone
South Zone
West Zone
East Zone

List of Estates being Managed by The Industries Department & DSIDC

List of Estates - Industry Deptt.
List of Estates - DSIDC.

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Land Cell

Q. Whether new entrepreneurs can re-purchase the allotted plot in estates managed by the Industries Department.

Ans. Yes, new entrepreneurs can purchase the allotted plot from original allottees subject to fulfillment of some conditions.

Q. What are the conditions for approving transfer/sale/change in constitution of firm?

Ans. Such transfers are allowed after 10 years from the lease deed and charging 50% of the unearned increase of the value of the plot. Transfer within the 'family' does not attract unearned increase 'Family as per guidelines', in relation to the Lessee(s) means the individual, the wife or husband as the case may be, father, brother, major son, unmarried daughter/sister and minor children of the Lessee(s)

Q. Can a new entrepreneur take the allotted premises from original allottees on rental basis?

Ans. The allotted premises can be taken on rental basis in any confirming Industrial Area for permissible manufacturing activities in that particular industrial area. For this the following are the requirement :-

Application on the prescribed format duly filled in by the original allottee shall be submitted to this office.
A copy of the site plan indicating the subletting area.
Constitution and trade of the sub-lettee firm.
An undertaking from the allottees that the subletted area is less than 50% of the plot/shed.
An undertaking from the allottee that there is no subletting in the plot/shed prior to this.

Minimum area for subletting is 250 sq.ft. but not more than three tenants are allowed in one building. The Department charges a fee of Rs.1/- per sq.ft. per month from the allottee, sister concern are treated as tenants. Units involved in IT & IT enable service are exempted from subletting charges. Users of these services will not be treated as sublettee.

Q. Whether the allotted plot can be mortgaged to any financial institution by the allottee for raising Capital Loan or Working Capital?

Ans. Yes, the allotted plot can be mortgaged to any financial institution like Nationalised Banks, Financial institutions owned by Govt. with the prior permission of the Department. For granting mortgage permission the requirements are:

Confirmation from the bank/institution from which loan is to be availed. Affidavit for non availing mortgage permission earlier or relinquishment as the case may be, certificate on letter head from the allottee for non violation of any or one of the lease agreement, details of manufacturing activity of their units.

Q. What types of industries are being encouraged in Delhi?

Ans. Basically non-polluting types, less labour oriented and Hi-tech industries are being encouraged in Delhi.

Q. Can an allottee make change in his firms constitution?

Ans. Yes, within family - no unearned increase. Outside family 50% unearned increase will be charged, even if family/proprietor/partner changes to Pvt.Ltd.Co./Ltd. Co. then also 50% unearned increase is chargeable.

Q. Can the allottee change his trade from its original allotment?

Ans. Yes, provided the new trade is allowed under the Master Plan of Delhi. Only an intimation to the Department is required. This is to be incorporated in the lease deed also.

Q. What are the conditions of the Lease Deed?

Ans. Main conditions of the Lease Deed are following :

  1. The allottee is liable to pay lease rent @ 25% of the premium amount after Five years of the allotment.

  2. Allottee can make any change in the constitution only after seeking prior approval from the Lessor. Prior permission is also required in case of sale/transfer of property but only after 10 years of the Lease deed.

  3. The allotment is for industrial activity only and premises should be used for manufacturing purpose only and commercial/godown or show room usages are not allowed and there activity may result in cancellation of the allotment.

  4. The allottee should not violate the building plan as sanctioned by MCD. Violation of building bye-laws also attract provision of cancellation of allotment.

Q. What are the rates for unearned increase is chargeable for change in constitution?

Ans. The rates are notified by the Lessor from time to time. The rates as notified for the period 1.4.93 to 31.3.96 are the following:

Okhla Industrial Estate
Badli Industrial Estate
Patparganj Industrial Estate
Rs.1350/-
Rs.650/-
Rs.1500/-

To calculate the present rate 20% enhancement per year over these rates will be applicable. In case of rental property, change in constitution is allowed Rs. 30/- per sq.ft. plus Rs.10/- per sq.ft. are charged for regularisation.

Q Can mutation of a industrial plot be done after the death of the owner?

Ans. Mutation can be done in favour of the legal heir/heirs, if on getting registered will /succession certificate/letter of Administration from competent court of law. Heir/heirs also have to furnish Indemnity Bond and affidavit as defined in the Land Management Guidelines, Industrial Manual, 1991.

Q. How can a plot be regularised after cancellation of its lease deed?

Ans. A plot can be restored after removal the cause of cancellation/voilations like House-construction, non-functional, encroachment, unauthorised subletting/sale/ Transfer, commercial activities, etc. after realisation of unearned increase/Restoration charges.

Q. What is the period of construction for a new allotted Industrial Plot?

Ans. As per order issued on 9.1.98, construction of building is to be allowed within seven Years after realisation of composition charges having three years as grace period. Two more years have also been allowed for construction from the date of issue of execution of lease deed whichever is later.

Q. Whether the industrial plot can be converted from lease- hold to free-hold?

Ans. Yes, built up industrial plot can be converted to free-hold under the free-hold scheme.

Q. What are the details of scheme?

Ans. The details of scheme is given on website i.e. www.industries.delhigovt.nic.in

Q. Whether the rental property under the control of Commissioner of Industries can be converted to Hire Purchase?

Ans. The conversion of Hire-Purchase scheme is only applicable to Flatted Factories Complex, Okhla.

Q. Whether the Hire-Purchase scheme is applicable to flats in which allotment were cancelled on account of violations?

Ans. No, the Hire Purchase will be applicable in cases where cancellation order has been withdrawn.

Q. What are terms & conditions of Hire-Purchase Scheme?

Ans. Click Here

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Relocation of Industries Functioning in Non-Confirming Areas.

Q. Where do I have to go for knowing the fate of my application filed for allotment of alternate industrial accommodation under the Relocation Scheme ?

Ans. You may contact Jt. Director of Industries (Relocation) or Dy. Director of Industries (Relocation) or Asstt. Director of Industries (Relocation) in the O/o The Commissioner of Industries, Govt. of NCT of Delhi located at C.P.O. Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi. You can also contact Chief Manager (Relocation), D.S.I.D.C at State Emporia Building, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi.

Q. What is the criteria being adopted by the Government of Delhi to establish the eligibility of application under the Relocation Scheme ?

Ans. As per Annexure ‘A’

Q. How much time will be required for allotment of industrial plots/flats to the application ?

Ans. The process of allotment of Industrial Plots/Flats is in progress. Eligibility letters to about 10,000 applications have also been scrutinised and it is expected that the eligibility letter to the remaining eligible applications will be issued soon.

Q. How much time will be required handing over the possession of industrial plots/flats ?

Ans. It is expected that possession of the industrial flats will be handed over to the eligible application with in a period of two to three months, while the handling over of possession of industrial plots may take about 2 years.

Q. What are the locations where industrial plots are being development ?

Ans. Industrial plots are being developed at Bawana, Haulambi Kalan & Haulambi Khurd in North Delhi.

Q. What are the locations where industrial flats are being constructed ?

Ans. Industrial flats are being constructed at Jhilmil Industrial Area.

Q. What is the progress in the construction of flatted factories ?

Ans. Construction of flatted factories at Jhilmill is almost complete.

Q. What is the progress in the development of industrial estates where industries are proposed to be shifted ?

Ans. RITES have already been appointed as Consultants for Design & Development of the industrial estates. The Agency has finalised the concept plan and development plan of the industrial estates and the same are under examination of D.S.I.D.C.

Q. What are the sizes of industrial plots/flats being offered to the eligible relocating industries ?

Ans. Industrial flats measuring 25 sq. mtr. And 50 sq. mtr. Are being offered. Industrial plots of sizes 100 sq. mtr, 150 sq. mtr., 200 sq. mtr., and 250 sq. mtrs. Are being developed.

Q. Whether the applications who have applied for more than 400 sq. mtrs. Are being considered for allotment ?

Ans. The applications who have applied for industrial plots measuring more than 400 sq. mtr. Will have to either reorient their activities so as to accommodated the same in 250 sq. mtrs. Otherwise they will have to shift their industries to other states of NCR. This has been necessitated because of scarcity of land in Delhi.

Q. Whether I will get another chance to apply under Relocation Scheme ?

Ans. Another chance to apply under the Relocation Scheme may not be possible.

Q. If I want to withdraw my application under the Relocation Scheme then which office should I approach and to whom should I contact ?

Ans. To withdraw application under the Relocation Scheme, you may contact Chief Manager (Relocation), D.S.I.D.C at his office located at State Emporia Building, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi.

Q. Any interest being offered by the Government on earnest money?

Ans. 7% interest is being offered on the earnest money. The interest will be adjusted in the cost of plot/flat.

Q. What are the circumstances under which the interest on the earnest money is not payable ?

Ans. The interest on the earnest money is not payable, if the unit is found ineligible or the unit voluntarily withdraws its application.

Q. How much time will it take to refund the earnest money if I want to withdraw from the Scheme ?

Ans. Earnest Money will be refunded within a period of one month, if the applicant desires withdrawal from the Scheme.

Q. What is the cost of the flatted factory measuring 50 sq. mtr. And 25 sq. mtr. ?

Ans. The tentative cost of flatted factory measuring 50 sq. mtr. Is about Rs. 5.50 lakhs and for 25 sq. mtr. Flat is about Rs. 2.75 lakhs. However, developed industrial flats/plots are proposed to be offered on "No Profit – No Loss" basis.

Q. What is the per sq. mtr cost of industrial plot being developed under the Relocation Scheme ?

Ans The ten tentative cost of industrial land being offered under the Relocation Scheme is @ Rs. 3000/- per sq. mtr. However, developed industrial flats/plots are proposed to be offered on "No Profit – No Loss" basis.

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Prime Minister Rojgar Yozna

Q. Who can apply for a loan under PMRY?

Ans. An educated unemployed youth who is a permanent resident of Delhi for minimum period of last 3 years, age between 18 to 35 years, having a minimum qualification of VIIIth pass and whose family income (including spouse) is not more than Rs.24,000/- per annum, is eligible to apply for a loan under the scheme.

Q. Where do I can get the application form?

Ans. Application form.

Q. What is the ceiling limit in the family income?

Ans. Applicant's family income should be below Rs.24,000/- per annum (including of spouse). The applicant will not be eligible if the income of parents exceeds Rs.24,000/- per annum.

Q. What are the activities covered under the scheme?

Ans. All the economically viable activities under Industry, business and service sector are covered. An illustrative list of such activities can be obtained alongwith the application form from the concerned Dy.Commissioner office. Activities including agriculture and allied activities are also covered but direct agriculture operations like raising crops, purchase of manure, etc., are not allowed.

Q. What is the maximum project cost under the scheme?

Ans. A project with estimated cost upto Rs.2 lacs will be covered under this scheme for individuals (Rs.1 lacs forl business sector and lRs.2 lacs for other activities). For Partnership projects upto Rs.10 lacs assistance can be given based on individual admissibility.

Q. What is collateral guarantee required for the loan?

Ans. The loan would not required any collateral guarantee for project upto one lakhs, only assets created under the scheme would be hypothecated/ morgaged/ pledged to the bank.

Q. What is the rate of interest and repayment schedule?

Ans. Normal bank rate of interest shall be charged. Repayment schedule may range between 3 to 7 years after initial moratorium.

Q. Are there any subsidy under the scheme?

Ans. The scheme envisages 22.5% reservation for SC/ST and 27% for other backward class0es (OBCs). Preference will be given to the weaker sections including women.

Q. Is there any subsidy under the scheme?

Ans. Yes, subsidy will be limited to 15% of the project cost subject to ceiling of Rs.7500/- per entrepreneur.

Q. What is the margin money required for the loan?

Ans. Banks will be allowed to take margin money from the entrepreneur varying from 5% to 16.25% of the project cost so as to make the total of the subsidy and the margin money equal to 20% of the project cost.

Q. Does the scheme provide any training to the applicant?

Ans. Scheme envisages compulsory training per entrepreneur for a period of 7 to 20 days depending upon the category of the activity after the loan is sanctioned. Trainee will also get stipend during training period

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Small Scale Industries FAQ

Q. What is the definition of SSI ?

An industrial undertaking in which the investment in Plant & Machinery does not exceed being revised by the Govt of India Rs. 3 crore is defined as small scale industry

Q. Could I set up a House-hold industry in my house ?

Yes, keeping in view the strain on infra- structure, the Govt. of Delhi has allowed setting up industries in House-hold sector provided that the industry does not cause any pollution or congestion and can be operated within a space of 30 mtr.

Q. What are such industries and the conditions for grant of SSI Regn. to House-hold Industries.

Ans. Industries in the house. List of household industries items

Q. How do I get an application form for provisional/permanent regn. under SSI for the activities not covered under House-hold industry?

Ans. An application alongwith prescribed fee and ownership documents/cabs of Rent agreement of the premises situated only in conforming area is required to be submitted at one window service in this dept for issue of Prov./Pmt. Regn apply, form.

Q. What are documents required for grant of Prov. SSI regn. ?

  1. Three passport size photographs of properitors/partners/directors as the case may be.
  2. Photo copy of partnership deed/ copy of memorandum and articles of Association.
  3. Proof of legal possession i.e. Rent receipt , NOC from landlord with proof of ownership and the power-load authorisation by the connection holder.
  4. Consent to establish from Delhi pollution control committee.
  5. Download the application form for provisional registration.

Q. What are the benefits of Provisional regn ?

  1. Material for construction of factory building.
  2. Apply to the corpn/ local bodies for permission to construct sheds for establishing the unit.
  3. Apply for Municipal corpn., License and power connection.
  4. Apply for financial Assistants to Delhi financial corpn/ Nationalised Banks.
  5. Apply for Procurement of machinery on hire- purchase basis to NSIC / DISDC etc. etc.

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QMS Questioneries FAQ

Q. How to get the Manufacturer's Certificate?

Ans.

  1. Manufacturing unit should be located in conforming area as per Master Plan Delhi – 2001
  2. They should have NOC from DPCC.
  3. They should install acceptance test Testing Equipments at least up to acceptance test as per relevant I.S. specification.

Q. Is there any Performa/Form for getting the Quality Control Certificate?

Ans. Yes it is available in Q.M.S section.

Q. How much time it takes to get Quality Controller Certificate/BIS Certificate?

Ans. It takes only 10 Days after complete formalities

Q. What are the penalties is one doesn't get the Quality Controller Certificate/BIS Certificate?

Manufacturer will be prosecuted under Essential Commodities Act, 1995, which can be imprisonment or monetary fine or both by the Court of Law.

Q. Are the traders/shopkeepers/storers covered under these (Q.C.) orders ?

Ans. Yes. All the trades/shopkeepers/storers are bound not to sell those electrical Appliances/stoves which are covered under various (Q.C) Orders mentioned above which do not bear the DI/QC/-- or ISI Mark.

Q. Whom to inform if some one is voilating orders?

Information/complaint could be sent to commissioner (Industries), Joint Director of Industries (QMS) or deputy commissioners/Sub Divisional Magistrates of the areas under whose jurisdiction violation is observed.

Q. What are the standards for house hold Appliances?

Ans. The items covered under various QC orders for which to get ISI Certification from Bureau of Indian Standard is compulsory.

Click here to get list of household Electrical Appliances

Items covered under electrical Wires, Cables, Appliances and Accessories (Q.C.) order 1993 is

Click here to get list of household Electrical Appliances

Item covered under general Service electric Lamps (QC) Order 1989 is

  • General Service Electric Lamp 100 watts IS 418-1978 (tungsten filament general service electric lamp)

Item covered under Oil Pressure Stoves(QC) order 1997 is

  • Oil Pressure Stove for domestic and commercial use burning pressurized kerosene oil.

Item covered under Non Pressure Stoves(QC) Order 1991 is

  • Non Pressure Stove IS: 2980-1979

Testing of Quality of Electrical Appliances according t BIS specifications for items covered under H.E.A (QC) Order 1981 and issue of test reports.

Application Form

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SSI Registration FAQ

Q. I want to set up an Industry in Delhi?

Ans. Yes, You can set up an Industrial Unit in Delhi only in approved Industrial areas.

Q. What is the normal Procedure?

Ans. In the first Stage, you will be required to obtain "No objection Certificate" from Delhi Pollution control Committee, ISBT Complex Govt. of NCT of Delhi.

Q. Is any regn. Is required?

Ans. After getting NOC from DPCC, Industries Deptt at C.P.O. Building, Kashmere Gate would process your application for grant of small scale Industry Regn.

Q. Is SSI regn. Compulsory?

Ans. No. It is voluntary.

Q. For which purposes SSI regn. Is needed?

Ans. Presently It is required to Participate in Govt Purchase Program and for getting financial assistance from various Nationalised banks and Financial Institutions.

Q. Is SSI regn. Presently being allowed in Delhi?

Ans. In view of the Hon’ble Supreme Court instructions, SSI regn. Is allowed only in confirming/approved Industrial Areas.

Q. What is the procedure of getting SSI regn?

Ans. You will have to apply on the prescribed application form available from this office.

Q. What are the documents required to be attached with application form?

Ans. The following documents are required to be attached :-

  • Proof of ownership of Premises.
  • Partnership Deed/Memorandum & Article of Association.
  • Consent letter from DPCC.
  • Proof of power load installed.
  • Copy of purchase Bill of raw material
  • Copy of sale bill of end product.
  • Copies of purchase Bills of machines.
  • An affidavit as prescribed alongwith application form.
  • MCL (not compulsory in conforming Indl Area).

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Handloom/Handicraft Section (FAQ)

Q. Is the Deptt. running any training courses?

Ans. Yes, Deptt. is running following three training Courses

  1. Six months training course in "Footwear and Leather goods manufacturing" at Flatted Factories for leather goods Complex at Wazirpur.
  2. 2 Years course in "Paper Craft & Papier Mache" for girls only at Weavers colony, Bharat Nagar, Delhi.
  3. 1 Year course in Carpet weaving " at Weavers Colony, Bharat Nagar, Delhi.

Q. Is there any tuition fee charged for these courses?

Ans. No tuition fee is charged.

Q. What are the minimum educational qualification required for admission to these courses?

Ans.

  1. For "Foot-wear & Leather goods Mft" 8th pass.
  2. For "Paper Craft & Papier Mache" 12th pass.
  3. For "Carpet Weaving & training" 10th pass.

Q. What are the age limits for admission to these courses?

Ans.

  1. For "Foot wear & Leathers goods" 16 years
  2. For "Paper Craft & Papier Mache" 15 to 21 years
  3. For "Carpet weaving & training" 15 to 21 years

Q. Is there any stipend given to the trainees for these courses?

Ans.

  1. For "Footwear & Leather goods" Rs. 150/- pm.
  2. For "Paper Craft & Papier Mache" Rs. 250/- pm.
  3. For "Carpet weaving & Training" Rs. 250/- pm.

Q. What is the intake capacity of Students for these course?

Ans.

  1. For "Footwear & Leather goods" 20
  2. For "Paper Craft & Papier Mache" 30
  3. For "Carpet Weaving & training" 30

Q. What are the benefits after getting training in the above courses?

Ans. Mainly self employment.

Q. What is the procedure for getting admission in these courses?

Ans. Applications for admission are invited through Press advertisement in the leading Newspapers of Delhi.

Q. Are any type of Awards are being given to Artisans?

Ans. Every year State Awards are given for the best items selected by a selection Handicrafts committee

  • 3 State awards of Rs. 7000/- each + Angvastra + Certificate.
  • 5 State Merit Awards of Rs. 3000/- each + Angvastra + Certificate.
  • 10 Consolation Prizes of Rs. 1000/- each.

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Tool Room & Training Centre

Q. What type of training courses are being offered by the TRTC?

Ans. The Centre is mainly engaged in imparting training in the field of tool making and designing. The centre is also imparting training in computer science.

Q. What are the courses being offered by the Centre. What is the duration of each course and no. of candidates being taken in each course ?

Ans.

S.No. Name of Course Duration Capacity
1. Diploma Course in Tool & Die Making. 4 years 30
2. Post Graduate Course in Tool Designing & manufacturing. 2 years 13
3. Post Graduate Diploma Course in Computer Applications. One & a Half Year 30
4. CAD/CAM Course unlimited  
5. Shout Term Course One Week to One Month 22
6. EDP training to Prime Minister Rojgar Yojna Business activities Candidates. One month for Industrial activity. One Week for unlimited

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Policy Section

Q. What is the Policy for setting up of a tiny unit in residential/non-conforming area?

Ans. An Entrepreneur desirous of setting up a unit in residential/nonconforming area should fulfill the following conditions :

The activities which are listed in Group ‘A’ & ‘A-1’ of MPD-2001 are permitted to be set up in urban residential and rural residential areas respectively.

The unit should comply all the parameters for Group ‘A’ & ‘A-1’ industries as listed in the MPD-2001.

Unit should obtain NOC from the High Power Committee before setting up the unit. For this purpose, the applicant may contact Dy. Commissioner (Factory Licensing Deptt.) – MCD, Nigam Bhawan, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-6.

Q. What are the parameters governing for setting up of industrial unit in residential areas, commercial areas, light industrial areas and extensive industrial areas?

Ans. As per Annexure ‘B’.

Q. What are the industries which are not permitted in the N.C.T. of Delhi?

Ans. No new medium & large industries are permitted in the NCT of Delhi. In addition, hazardous, noxious, heavy & large industry as listed in Group H (a) & (b) of MPD-2001 are also not allowed in the NCT of Delhi.

Q. What are the industries in respect of which industrial licenses compulsory?

Ans. List of industries placed at Annexure ‘C’.

Q. What are the State Policy in thrust areas for industrial development in Delhi?

Ans. As per Annexure ‘D’.

Q. What are the addresses and telephone Nos. and the services being offered by different organisations for setting up of an industrial unit?

Ans

Delhi Financial Corporation, B-Block, Saraswati Bhawan, Connaught Circus, New Delhi (Tel. No. 23321340)

  • This organisation provides financial assistance for industrial and commercial activities.

Delhi Khadi & Village Industries Board, Canning Lane, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi (Tel. No. 23381407)

  • It offers financial assistance to Khadi & Village Industries.

Delhi State Indl. Development Corpn. Ltd. N-36, Bombay Life Building, Connaught Circus, New Delhi (Tel. No. 23736927)

  • This organisation is engaged in providing infrastructure & marketing facilities to the industries.

Tool Room & Training Centre, Wazirpur Industrial Area, Delhi-52. (Tel. No. 27242745)

  • It provides technical support to the industries through fabrication of tools & dies and also provides technical courses in the field of Tool & Die Making and computer Applications.

Hi-Tech Vocational Training Centre, Okhla Phase-II, New Delhi (Tel. No. 26312054)

  • It provides technical courses on computerised numerically controlled machines.

Delhi Vidyut Board, Shakti Sadan, Nehru Place, New Delhi (Tel. No. 26484833)

  • It provides power connections to industrial units.

Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Factory Licensing Deptt.) (Tel. No. 23964765) Nigam Bhawan, Kashmere Gate, Delhi.

  • Issues licenses for carrying industrial activities in Delhi.

Delhi Jal Board, Varunalaya Bhawan, Jhandewalan, New Delhi (Tel. No. 23544795)

  • Provides water connections to the industrial units.

Society For Self Employment, Flatted Factories Complex, Jhandewalan, New Delhi (Tel. No. 27773098)

  • Provides short term training in repair of Radio & T.V., Fashion Designing, Repair & Maintenance of House-Hold electrical appliances & fittings etc. to the young unemployed persons.

Q. What is the policy governing the grant of provisional and permanent registration as tiny/small scale industrial undertaking?

Ans. As per Annexure E.

Q. What are the investment limits in respect of tiny/small scale industries?

Ans. Present investment limits in Plant & Machinery in respect of tiny industry is Rs. 25.0 lakhs and for SSI is Rs. 3.0 crores.

Q. What are the documents required to be submitted alongwith application for grant of provisional/permanent registration?

Ans. As per Annexure ‘F’.

Q. What are the location restrictions for setting up of a tiny/small scale industry in Delhi?

Ans. As per Annexure ‘G’.

Q. What is the technical support provided to the industries for providing Common Facility Services in skilled man-power?

Ans. Government of Delhi is providing technical support to the industries for providing common facility services & skilled man-power through the following agencies :

  1. Tool Room & Training Centre, Wazirpur Indl. Area, Delhi. (Tel.No. 27242745)
  2. Hi-Tech Vocational Training Centre, Okhla, New Delhi.

Similar set ups are also proposed to be set up for various category of industries in the new industrial areas being developed under the "Relocation Scheme".

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HI-Tech City

Q. What is the role of Delhi Government regarding "Development of Software Industries"?

Ans. The Delhi Government has plans to set up"Hi-Tech City for Information Technology.

Q. Where the "Hi-Tech City for Information Technology is to be Situated ?

Ans. "Hi-Tech City for Information Technology" is proposed to be set up at Pappankalan, Dwarka Phase-II, near Indira Gandhi International Airport on about 100 Acres Land.

For more information please visit our website:

Q. What kind of facilities will be provided at the "Hi-Tech City"?

Ans. Following facilities will be provided by the "Hi-Tech City :-

  1. State-of-the-art hi-tech construction
  2. Ultra modern exteriors and interiors.

* Latest Data communication and networking facilities including Satellite connectivity.

  • Un-interrupted Power Supply.
  • Modern Built-up space (Airconditioned).
  • Plots for companies to make their own campus.
  • Convention facilities.
  • Health Club, Recreation, Cybercafe, Shopping
  • Centre, and Medical Center and other services
  • Nearby residential apartments
  • Close to International Airport
  • Adequate transport facilities to connect other parts of the city.
  • One Window clearance for setting up IT Industry
  • For more please visit our website:

Q. Where from I can get the more information about the Software Industry/Hi-Tech City?

Ans You may contact following Officers of Department of Industries:-

Commissioner of Industries
Govt. of NCT of Delhi
Officer on Special Duty(Project)
Govt. of NCT of Delhi

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