Business Opportunities

 

Since last few years, the industrial climate in the Sikar district has been changed and DIC is working as a facilitator. The Single Window System is not only encouraging new but existing entrepreneurs too.

 

Medium and Large Scale Enterprises

 

The details of existing Medium and Large Scale Units are being given below:-

 

S.N0.

NAME OF UNITS

PRODUCT

Gross Capital Investment  (in Crore)

INSTALLED CAPACITY PER ANNUM

EMPLOYMENT

Fixed

working

01.

RSWM Ltd. Sp-1, Industrial area  Ringus -332404

Synthetic Blended Yarn

69.00

11.00

27840

Spindles

1500

02.

H.S.B. Agro Ind. Pvt. Ltd. Spl. 67 shree khatu shyamji I.A. Reengus,sikar

 

Rectified spirit Extra Neutral Alcohol Country Liquer

35.00

04.00

30 KLPD

54

03.

Binani cement Ltd. Vill. Sirohi Neemkathana sikar (Raj)

 

Pozzalana Port land Cement

128.78

8.40

14 lacs

MTPA

62

04.

Agribiotech Industries Ltd., SP-156 Ind. Area Ajeetgarh

 

Extra Neutral Alcohol 

 

46.95

 

15.96

 

65000 LPD

 

156

05.

M/S Dharmpla Satyapal Ltd. Vill. Parasrampura sri madhour,sikar

Milk

100.00

10.00

3.5 KLPD p/day

112

 

06.

Aksh Optifibre Ltd-. Shri khatoo shayam ji, Industrial complex, Reengus,sikar

FRP ROD

4.48

36.38

1000000 Km

56

07

M/S Suguna Foods Ltd.

E-305, F-154,155 RIICO Palsana

Poultry Feed

17.32

0.00

62400 MTPA

50

08

M/S Jiten Food & Flavour Pvt. Ltd. B-52, SKS Industrial Complex Reengus

Bhujia,

10.28

0.80

7200 TPA

110

 

Micro and Small Scale Enterprises

 

The growth of small scale Enterprises in the district is increasing. The total numbers of industrial units registered & acknowledged under District Industries Center upto March 2015 were 9201 with capital investment of about Rs. 47335.80 Lac and providing employment to 79123 persons. The major units covered under this sector are food-based, cotton textile, hosiery and garments, wood, leather, paper, chemical, granite, Ply Wood, cement non-metallic and metallic minerals, etc. The principal products of small scale units are oil, pulses cement, quartz and feldspar powder, steel utensils, P.V.C. items, aluminium utensils, transformers, wire nets, woollen yarn, aluminium conductor, canvas shoes, slippers etc. Some of these units are old and traditional, whileothers have been emerged in recent years either as demand-based or resource-based industries.

 

The Khadi and Village industries of the district include Bandhej, tie & dye wooden toys, wool knitting, embroidery, gota, brass utensils, leather shoes, etc. Apart from this traditional blacksmiths, carpenters, potters, etc. are also working in most of the parts of the district.

 

The development of Khadi & Village Industries has significant role in the development plans of the State. These units have been getting impetus through incentives mainly in the form of margin money facility which is provided by Rajasthan Khadi Gramodyog commission.

 

Panchayat Samiti-Wise Details of Artisans in Sikar District

 

On the basis of field survey and discussions with the officers of the various Government Department, Khadi & Village Industries Board, Industries Association and other proficients in the field of handicraft at the district level, it has been found that all the Panchayat Samities in Sikar district have good number of artisans in different village. However it is worth mentioning here that low degree of concentration of similar artisans at one place is found in the district. In other words similar artisans are not found to be concentrated at one place of other but they are doing their occupations in scattered way except leather shoes makers and handloom weavers, which are concentrated in all Panchayat Samiti towns.

 

 

Potential Industries and Other Contributory Factors

 

Sikar district is one of the semi-desert districts of Rajasthan. Agriculture and Animal Husbandry is the main occupation of the people in this district. Sikar was an industrially backward district. However, nowadays it appears to have bright future for industrial development due to favourable geographical situation, regarding raw material and being the birth place of some of the leading industrialists of the country.

 

The Sikar district is comparatively rich in agricultural production (like Bajra, Wheat, Barley, Gram, Pulses, Guar, Oil-seeds, etc.), mineral production and livestock population. Therefore, the district has good potential for agro-based, mineral based, livestock-based and demand based industries. However, the development of such industrial units depends upon entrepreneurial reaction as well as their attitude towards industrialization. It also depends upon the promotional work carried out by the State/Central Government for developing adequate industrial atmosphere in the district.