Amroha Economy

Overview

Amroha is known for its mangoes; more than 1200 varieties of mangoes grow in Amroha. Industries include carpet manufacturing, wood handicrafts, and small scale production of cotton cloth.

Amroha is a marketplace for agricultural produce. Its main industries are pottery making, hand-loom weaving, and sugar milling.

Health Sector

Allopathic Hospital   –  6
Beds in Allopathic    – 662
hospitals
Ayurvedic Hospital   – 12
Beds in Ayurvedic    –  56
hospitals
Unani hospitals        –  3
Community health
centers                      – 8
Primary health
centers                      – 31
Dispensaries             – 37
Sub Health Centers   – 175

Banking

commercial
(a) Commercial Bank Nos.  – 44
(b) rural Bank Products Nos. – 57
(c) Co-Operative bank products Nos. – 14
(d) PLDB Branches No. – 3

Education

(a) Primary school Nos. – 2044
(b) Middle schools Nos. -1031
(c) Secondary & senior secondary schools Nos. – 219
(d) Colleges Nos. – 21
(e) Technical University Nos. 0

Source:District Stat. & Eco. Office, Amroha

 

INDUSTRIAL SETUP

Existing Status of Industrial Areas in the District J P Nagar

S no.Name of Ind. AreaLand acquired (In acre)Land developed (In acre)Prevailing Rate Per Sqm (In Rs.)No of PlotsNo of allotted PlotsNo of Vacant PlotsNo. of Units in Production
1Gajraula – 134.7634.761101
2Gajraula – 26816811100/-229184145137
Total715.76715.76330185145138

Source:- DIC, J P Nagar (Amroha)/ UPSIDC, Bareilly

INDUSTRIAL SCENERIO OF J P Nagar

Industry at a Glance

S.noHeadUnitParticulars
1REGISTERED INDUSTRIAL UNITNumber1640
2TOTAL INDUSTRIAL UNITNumber1640
3REGISTERED MEDIUM & LARGE UNITNumber32
4ESTIMATED AVG. NO. OF DAILY WORKER EMPLOYED IN SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIESNumber15331
5EMPLOYMENT IN LARGE AND MEDIUM INDUSTRIESNumber3558
6NO. OF INDUSTRIAL AREANumber2
7TURNOVER OF SMALL SCALE IND.In Lakhs270.86
8TURNOVER OF MEDIUM & LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIESIn Lakhs890.91

Source:- DIC, J P Nagar (Amroha)

YEAR WISE TREND OF UNITS REGISTERED

YEARNUMBER OF REGISTERED UNITSEMPLOYMENTINVESTMENT(lakh Rs.)
2004-05233123214.79
2005-06234568290.49
2006-071787252.18
2007-082501703114.39
2008-09248126821.33
2009-1024911489.09
2010-11248257318.59
Total164015331270.86

Source:- DIC, J P Nagar (Amroha)

DETAILS OF EXISTING MICRO & SMALL ENTERPRISES AND ARTISAN UNITS IN THE DISTRICT

 TYPE OF INDUSTRIESNO. OF UNITSINVESTMENT(lakh Rs.)EMPLOYMENT
Agro based13830.995608
Cotton textile5324.09385
Woolen, silk & artificial Thread based clothes.130.2282
Jute & jute based
Ready-made garments & embroidery662350
Wood/wooden based furniture27416.441178
Paper & Paper products140.8483
Leather based51.0315
Chemical/Chemical based1586.85384
Rubber, Plastic & petro based32.53141
Mineral based

Source:- DIC, J P Nagar (Amroha)

Large Scale Industries / Public Sector undertakings

List of the units in J P Nagar (Amroha)
1. Vam Organics Ltd., Gajarula
4. Kamakshi Paper Ltd., Gajarula
5. Corel News Print, Gajarula
13. Chhada Sugars Pvt. Ltd., Malesia
14. U S Foods Pvt. Ltd., Gajarula
15. Chhada Sugars Pvt. Ltd., Malesia
16. Jubilant Organics Ltd., (1) Gajrarula
23. Trivani Engineering & Industries Ltd., Hasanpur
25. Isilco Ltd., Gajarula
29. J K Industries Ltd., (6), Gajarula
30. Prakash Woolen Mills Ltd., Baudhpur
31. Chhada Sugars Pvt. Ltd., (3) Malesia, Dhanora

Growth Trend

Due to proximity of Uttranchal and National capital there is good scope for
development. Gajarula is industrially very developed area of J P Nagar but remaining
area is not very flourishing at yet, though has a lot of potential for setting up industries to
attract people to settle.

Medium Scale Enterprises

G R Solvent & Allied Industries, Gajarula

Service Enterprises

The service enterprises mainly include repair & servicing of motor vehicles, motor
cycles / scooters, household goods, workshops, restaurants and cold storage etc.

Potentials areas for service industry

1. Computer Training Institute
2. Beauty Parlour
3. Computer Hardware Repairing/Maintenance
4. T.V. Repairing
5. Radio/Transistor Repairing
6. Photo copy
7. Repairing center for domestic electrical appliances
8. Refrigerator/AC repairing center
9. Transformer repairing center
10. Internet cafe/cyber cafe
11. Tailoring & Embroidery
12. Mobile Phone Repairing
13. Battery charging/maintenance
14. Automobile Service Center
15. Welding Workshop
16. Printing

Potential for new MSMEs

1. Fruit preservation
2. Jam & jelly
3. Pickles
4. Namkeen
5. Squash & syrup
6. Bakery & confectionery
7. Dehydration of vegetable
8. Soft drinks
9. Ice Cream & Ice Candy
10. Corrugated Board Boxes
11. Sophisticated engineering workshop
12. Steel almirah & furniture
13. Assembling of Computers
14. Phenyl
15. Polythene Bags
16. Disposable syringe
17. Distillery Industries
18. Voltage stepliser
19. Mosquito repellent coil
20. Electroplating, chromium and nickel Plating
21. Naphthalene Balls
22. Tyre retreading & vulcanizing
23. Injection moulded plastic products
24. Polythin File
25. Paper Bags, Envelops including officials
26. Bicycle, Scooter, Rickshaw seat cover
27. Mineral Water
28. Absorbent cotton
29. Bio fertilizer
30. Battery container & Battery plates
31. Inverter

Industries suggested under different heads above are only broad ideas. Hence, detailed information pertaining to suitable location, capital investment in plant in machinery, working capital requirements, manpower, basic raw material, marketability, profitability etc. will be available for each suggested items from MSME-DI, Agra in the shape of scheme/project profile/ project report on demand from the suitable entrepreneurs for starting their venture on the selected items.

General issues raised by industry association:
• Availability of uninterrupted Power Supply at lower rate.
• Better road connectivity.
• Enhancement of investment limit in Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises.
• State Industrial Policy: It must be declared.
• Attractive Industrial Policy of neighboring state.
• Various central/ state departments are operating similar nature of activities/schemes with varying subside/ limits, required to be consolidated.
• Better Technology Up gradation Scheme with some mechanism for tracking of application status may be available on line.
• Implementation of online submission of Entrepreneurship Memorandum.
• Better loan scheme for self employment for educated unemployed youths.
• More benefit to micro level enterprises under CGTMSE scheme.
• Interest subsidy to Micro enterprises to attract more entrepreneurs to start new venture.
• MDA scheme should be more attractive.
• Procedure for National Awards should be simplified.
• Various DC (MSME) schemes must be more entrepreneurs friendly.