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Industrial Policy Of Uttar Pradesh

Incentives for new investment in the State
  • 10 per cent capital subsidy on inestment in new small scale units in 24 districts of Poorvanchal and 7 districts of Bundelkhand, subject to a maximum of Rs. 5 lac;
  • Units of women and SC/ST entrepreneurs in such areas to get 15 percent capital subsidy subject to a maximum of Rs. 7.5 lac;
  • 5 per cent interest subsidy to new small scale units for five years subject to a maximum of Rs. 2.5 lac per annum;
  • Concessional rates of 2 per cent of CST instead of 4 per cent;
  • Power bill subsidy equivalent to trade-tax paid on raw materials;
  • Exemption from entry tax on plant and machinery used in establishment of new units;
  • First new units in every district with an investment of at least 10 crores in case of IT/BT/food processing units and 25 crore in case of other units to be reckoned as pioneer units. Pioneer units will get interest free loan under Industrial Investment Promotion Scheme (IIPS) for 15 years instead of 10 years;
  • New industrial units employing more than 50 percent or 500 women and 25 percent or more SC/ST employees will be entitled to addition 20 percent of interest free loan under IIPS;
  • All new industrial units will be exempted from payment of electricity duty for 10 years. Pioneer units will be exempted for 15 years;
  • Projects having investment of more than Rs. 500 crore will be considered on a case to case basis for providing incentives
Incentives to existing units
  1. Stamp duties on business transactions to be rationalized to Rs. 2 per thousand for-
    • Agreement relating to deposit of title deeds for pawn or pledge, from existing Rs. 5 per thousand;
    • Bank guarantee, subject to a maximum of Rs. 10,000, from existing Rs. 5 per thousand subject to a maximum of Rs. 10,000;
    • Conveyance of movable property belonging to the industry, from existing Rs. 20 per thousand;
    • Mortgage deed in which possession is not transferred, from existing Rs. 70/- per thousand;
    • Collateral security, from existing Rs. 10 per thousand;
  2. Rates of interest on arrears of declared trade tax and assessed trade tax to be reduced to 14 per cent and 12 per cent respectively from existing 24 per cent and 18 per cent respectively;
  3. Reimbursement of 50 per cent expenditure incurred on registration of patents and other intellectual property rights, subject to a maximum of Rs. 5.0 lac;
  4. Interest rates of state financial institutions to be brought at par with bank/market rates
  5. Reimbursement to small scale units of expenditure incurred on-
    • obtaining quality certification, 50 per cent of expenditure subject to a maximum of Rs. 2.0 lac;
    • market and technical studies and study of production skills, 90 per cent of expenditure subject to a maximum of Rs. 50,000;
  6. Incentives to existing small scale units under U. P. Small Industries Technical Upgradation Scheme
  7. 50 per cent subsidy, subject to a maximum of Rs. 2.5 lac for purchase/import of technical know-how from government recognized institutions;
  8. 50 per cent capital subsidy, subject to a maximum of Rs. 2.00 lac for purchase of additional machinery for increasing production;
  9. 5 per cent interest subsidy for five years, subject to a maximum of Rs. 50,000 per annum, on loans from banks/financial institutions for purchase of machinery.
  10. Purchase of diesel for captive power plants permitted against form 3-B;
  11. Identification of trade fares and exhibitions will be made at the beginning of the year itself and participating industrialists shall be chosen through a transparent process at least 6 months before the event. State Government will bear 50 per cent of transportation and space rental expenditure.