Name of the Park


Name of the Promoter


Date Established

01st April, 1959

Name of the SPV


Date of Incorporation

U17200WB2007PLC119888 Date: 18.10.2007

Address of Promoter/SPV

9/1, Syed Amir Ali Avenue Park Crcus
Kolkata 700 017

Joint Venture Partner

Assisted Joint Sector Company of West Bengal Small Industries Development Corporation (WBSIDC)

Total Area ( Present/Actual)


Master Plan (Present)

1.        170 Plot of Land (Names of member; area allotted and type of Activities enclosed )

2.        4,00,00 Sq. ft constructed units.

3.        Common Facility Bldg. for Training Center, Banks, Courier, First Aid, Exhibition Hall, Shipping Agents etc.

Allotted Area

1.        Plots already allotted and possession being Provided to 170 members covering full allocable area
Smallest Plot = 5 Cottah
Biggest Plot = 15 Bigha

2.        Constructed space for Units yet to be allotted

Proposed Area of each constructed unit

2500 sq.ft to 5000 sq.ft.

Eligible Cost of Project for Grant (As approved)

Rs. 70.14 crores

Grant from Ministry of Textiles
Govt. of India under Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP)

Rs. 28.06 crores

Present Proposed means of Finance as submitted to Ministry of Textiles
( As per Tender process and Estimation of Electrical Shifting and Connections)

Advances from members, (Rs. in crores)
lease of Plots and Units: Rs.209.60
Grant from Ministry of Textiles: Rs. 40.00
Equity: Rs. 0.10

Expected Investment

Rs.750 crores

Expected Production

11lac pcs/day

Expected Employment

Direct 7500
Indirect 7500

Expected Turnover

Rs.3000 crores

Project Architect & TC

M/S. SHELTER ( Mr. Mukul Mitra)


Allahabad Bank

Technical feasibility and justification for land requirement

South India Textile Research Association (SITRA)

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