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INTRODUCTION: The growth of Small Scale Industries in our country has provided opportunities for self employment to educated youth Small Scale Industries are regarded as a power tool for balanced regional economic development. On the basis of the recommendations of the Central Small Scale Industries Advisory Board, the state level organizations have been set up in all states to assist the Small Scale Industries with regard to for distribution of various industrial raw materials by procuring the same from the main producers against the allocation made by ministry of Steel, Coal etc., establishment of industrial estates etc. Karnataka State Small Scale Industries Development Corporation Limited is one such Organization established on29th April 1960 under the Companies Act 1956. Industries play an important role in the economic development of any nation. Without industries, economic development is impossible. Again, in a backward & developing economy like India, industries are indispensable. That is why; Dr. Sir. M. Visvesvarayya remarked “Industrialize or Perish”. Development of industries is not only indispensable for India, but also there is good scope for the development of industries in our country. India has many favorable factors for the development of industries. Small-Scale Industries, started in rural areas, can provide alternative employment to agricultural labour & relieve the pressure on the agricultural land. They can also provide work to the farm workers during the nonagricultural season. & also Small-Scale Industries offer scope for the development of the hidden talents of people. Since Small-Scale Industries form an important component of our Industrial Set up was decided to concentrate on the Small-Scale Industrial sector in this study.


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HISTORY OF THE CORPORATION KSSIDC (then Mysore Small Industries Corporation) is rendering services to the small sector in the State for more than 40 years. It is both befitting and appropriate to look back over the years and trace some of the important events that took place during the period. With a moderate beginning by occupying a small rented building in the outskirts of Bangalore, the Corporation moved to its own building in the Rajajinagar, Industrial Estate. Until around 1960, the State Government’s efforts to encourage the development of small-scale industries were being pursued by the Department of Industries and Commerce as a part of the Department’s overall strategy for a comprehensive industrial development. From 1960, MSIC, then KSSIDC, took over the activities relating to the management and setting up of industrial estates and distribution of raw materials and started to give a new orientation to this aspect of development. The Corporation started with an initial share capital of Rs.10lakhs, which were gradually stepped up. The State Government’s contribution to the equity of the Corporation during the first 10 years was Rs.20lakhs. The paid up equity capital of the Company for the year ended 31st March 2004 was Rs.2466.66 Lakhs. THE CRITERION FOR SMALL UNITS Criterion for small units: Investments in fixed assets in plant & Machinery has been criterion to determine the scale of the industrial sector of unit. It is pertinent that investment in other assets such as Administration Building, Lands & other fixed assets is not taken in to account. The traditional measurement of size by the number of employees is not adopted.


Tiny Industry: Tiny Scale industry is one in which the

investment in Plant and machinery is less than Rs.25 Lakhs irrespective of the location of the unit.

Small Scale Industry: An industrial undertaking in which the

investment in fixed assets in plant and machinery whether held on ownership terms or on lease or by hire purchase does not exceed Rs.100 Lakhs.

Medium & Large Scale Industry: An industrial unit which is not

classified as Tiny/Small Scale/Ancillary Industry shall be classified as Medium/ Large Scale Industry. ESTABLISHMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ESTATES The programme of establishment of industrial estates, which has been carried out by the State Government involved in construction of industrial sheds of various dimensions and providing them with essential amenities such as roads, water supply, sewage line and electricity. The maintenance and upkeep of the sheds also became a part of the responsibility of the Corporation. Besides constructing and letting out the industrial sheds, developed plots were also offered to the entrepreneurs to put up their own factory sheds. The company also established exclusive and prominent ancillary industrial estates in the vicinities of large and medium scale industry to cater to their services to public sectors like BEL, ITI, HAL, NGEF, BHEL, BEML, VISL and Mysore Lamps. The Company has also established an exclusive Industrial Estate under Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Birth Centenary Programme at Jigani Bangalore District where 100 sheds have been constructed and 86 plots have been

formed with all infrastructures exclusively for SC & ST entrepreneurs. The Allottees of these sheds are required to pay only 40% of its cost. The company under VISHWA SHEDS SCHEME constructed 800 sheds all over the state for the use of tiny units. MARKETING ASSISTANCE TO SSI UNITS: The Company with the objective of creating Market to SSI product formulated a Sister Concern called KSIMC (Karnataka State Industrial Marketing Corporation) with an investment of 35 Lakhs. Till date the Company fared well in catering the needs of SSI units to market their products. The Company with a view to strengthen the marketing of the SSI units participated in the tenders floated by Government Under takings and Other Public Sector undertaking on behalf of SSI Units. POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES: KSSIDC being a company, the highest authority in the company is its Board of Directors and being a Government company all the directors are nominated by Govt. of Karnataka. The Board of Directors constitutes the Chairman, Managing Director, and other Directors are nominated by the Government from time to time. Powers of the Board: The Board of the company exercises all the powers that the Board of a company exercises subject to the restrictions in the Articles of Association which lays down that certain powers is to be exercised only with the approval of Government. There is also a clause in the Articles of Association that Govt. will have the power to give directions to the Board. lacks is subject to approval of Govt. Powers of the Managing Director: The decisions taken by the Board and the Committees of the Board are implemented by the Managing Director who has the powers of management of

The main

restriction in the power of the Board is that all capital expenditure above Rs.50

the unit and looks after the routine day-to-day issues and other administrative matters. Powers of Officers: The Board has delegated routine restrictive administrative powers to the departmental heads for day-to-day affairs of the functional areas. The officers in the cadre of General Managers, Chief Managers, Superintendent Engineer, Company Secretary, Deputy. Chief Managers exercise the same. However, the overall administrative control of the corporation is vested with the Managing Director. Turning small dreams in to big successes KSSIDC The perfect business climate Karnataka one of the India’s top five industrialized states, has always been in the forefront of industrialization. The drive for industrialization started as early as in the first decades of 20th century under the visionary leadership of Sir Mirza Ismail and Sir M. Visveswaraya the legendary Dewans of the erstwhile Mysore State. Today, Karnataka is one of the most preferred destinations for global investments in high technology sectors like IT and Biotech, as well as in the old economy industries like automobiles, steel, cement, garments, agro food processing, etc. Karnataka’s strength lies in its strong technological base, highly skilled human resources, enlightened government policies and investor-friendly business environment. KSSIDC A true friend of the small and medium entrepreneur KSSIDC has been established to give a helping hand to the small and medium entrepreneurs of the state to take the chant of industrialization to the grass root level. If you are a small or medium entrepreneur with a viable business model, KSSIDC will


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help you all the way right from providing land and industrial sheds, to assisting with managerial and technical support, to sourcing of raw materials. KSSIDC’s Services        Establishment of Industrial Estates Construction of Industrial Sheds Development of Plots Engineering services for construction Sourcing of raw materials Management guidance to SSIs Business Centre’s So far, KSSIDC has established 158 industrial estates in various parts of the state& constructed 5600 Sheds & developed & 3615 Industrial Plots of various dimensions in these industrial estates that cover an area of over 2500 acres. All these industrial estates are fully developed with all necessary infrastructures like roads, electricity, water, telecommunications, drainage etc. KSSIDC MANAGEMENT The KSSIDC is managed by a team of 11 Directors on the Board including one Chairman and the Managing Director. All these Directors on the Board are appointed by Government only. STRUCTURE OF THE COMPANY The Company apart from Board of Directors and Managing Director General Manager, Chief Managers including a Superintendent Engineer, who constitute the core of the service management. The Company, apart from its Head Office at Bangalore has Three Zonal Offices of which, one is situated at Bangalore, another at Hubli and Third one at Mysore. The Company has Eleven Division Offices headed by Deputy Chief Managers and 27 Raw material Depots spread throughout the State of Karnataka. The total staff strength of the company is 363.

The company has computerized most of its activities with a view to keep up-dated information in all the spheres of small industries development. The computer is being used mainly for processing pay rolls, financial accounts, raw-material inventory accounting, and preparation of estimate, tender and also to process the management information system to aid the management on the day-to-day administration. The company is also making efforts for simplifying the procedures and to de-centralize the powers so as to ensure that the decisions are taken even at the field level. BOARD STRUCTURE State Government nominates all Directors. Total numbers of Directors are eleven. Official Directors Quorum : : Nine Directors Two Directors Four Directors Non-Official Directors :


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Sl 1 2 3 4

Name Sri/Smt D.C.Gowrishankar P.Ganeshan, I.A.S B.S.Ramprasad, I.A.S Dr.Vishal. R, I.A.S

Designation & Office Address of Director Chairman KSSIDC Ltd. Bangalore Managing Director

Director Since 30-09-2008 13-02-2009 31-07-2008 31-05-2008

KSSIDC Ltd. Addl.Secretary to Govt. C&I Department Deputy Govt. Secretary to Finance

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Dr.Rajkumar I.A.S, Kaushik I.A.S


Department Secretary to Govt. C & I Department Bangalore Managing KSFC Chief Executive Officer & Executive Member , KIADB Chief Engineer (C&B), Public Works MSME Department. Director, Director,

31-05-2006 31-07-2008 16-07-2008


T.Sham Bhat, I.A.S




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K.L.Rao H.V.S.Krishna Aravinda N Burji

31-05-2008 12-03-2007 18-08-2008

Development Institute President, Laghu Udyog Bharthi, Karnataka President KASSIA



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The 7-S-Model is better known as McKinsey 7-S. This is because the two persons who developed this model, Tom Peters and Robert Waterman, have been consultants at McKinsey & Co at that time. Thy published their 7-SModel in their article “Structure Is Not Organization” (1980) and in their books “The Art of Japanese Management” (1981) and “In Search of Excellence” (1982). The model starts on the premise that an organization is not just Structure, but consists of seven elements: Those seven elements are distinguished in so called hard S’s and soft S’s. The hard elements (green circles) are feasible and easy to identify. They can be found in strategy statements, corporate plans, organizational charts and other documentations. The four soft S’s however, are hardly feasible. They are difficult to describe since capabilities, values and elements of corporate culture are continuously developing and changing. They are highly determined by the people at work in the organization. Therefore it is much more difficult to plan or to influence the characteristics of the soft elements. Although the soft factors are below the surface, they can have a great impact of the hard Structures, Strategies and Systems of the organization. McKinsey 7S model involves seven interdependent factors which are categorized as either "hard" or "soft" element

Hard Elements Strategy Structure Systems

Soft Elements Shared Values Skills Style Staff


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"Hard" elements are easier to define or identify and management can directly influence them: These are strategy statements; organization charts and reporting lines; and formal processes and IT systems. "Soft" elements, on the other hand, can be more difficult to describe, and are less tangible and more influenced by culture. However, these soft elements are as important as the hard elements if the organization is going to be successful. The way the model is presented in Figure 1 below depicts the interdependency of the elements and indicates how a change in one affects all the others.


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Let's look at each of the elements specifically:

Strategy: the plan devised to maintain and build competitive advantage over the competition. Structure: the way the organization is structured and who reports to whom. Systems: the daily activities and procedures that staff members engage in to get the job done. Shared Values: called "super ordinate goals" when the model was first developed, these are the core values of the company that are evidenced in the corporate culture and the general work ethic. Style: the style of leadership adopted. Staff: the employees and their general capabilities. Skills: the actual skills and competencies of the employees working for the company.

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McKinsey 7S model with respect to KSSIDC STRATEGY: A strategy is the determination of the basic long term goals and objective of an enterprise and the adoption of the course of action and allocation of resources necessary for carrying out these goals. The main strategy of KSSIDC is aimed to provide sustainable advantage to the small-scale industries through their best service. KSSIDC has a customer oriented approach that it could encourage small entrepreneurs entering the field of business. STRUCTURE:


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The Company apart from Board of Directors and Managing Director General Manager, Chief Managers including a Superintendent Engineer, who constitute the core of the service management. The Company, apart from its Head Office at Bangalore has Three Zonal Offices of which, one is situated at Bangalore, another at Hubli and Third one at Mysore. The Company has Eleven Division Offices headed by Deputy Chief Managers and 27 Raw material Depots spread throughout the State of Karnataka. The total staff strength of the company is 363. SYSTEM: Imparting training to the staff on various subjects organized through KSPBE & other organization. Also organizing computer training programme to needy staff based on request from the concerned officers of the KSSIDC with the assistance of the Corporation department. Providing periodical statistical information to the Government & to other inter-connected departments. SHARED VALUES: The corporation’s principle objective is the promotion and development of Small Scale Industries in the state. Construction and utilization of infrastructure especially in backward areas procurement and marketing of raw materials, technical support and assistance are means to reach the goals. A concern for results, emphasis on quality and timely work and willingness to understand problems of the entrepreneurs the staff creed and KSSIDC constantly strive for this end. STYLE: In KSSIDC employees having dynamic & challenging behavior. The targets are fixed in the beginning of the year and monitored according to the scheme. The action plan is prepared at the commencement of the year i.e. April of every year and work proceeds accordingly.


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The style is neither strictly top down nor bottom up. It’s more of transparent; any subordinate can interact with any superior at any time. The decision making parameter is authoritative. STAFF: The functioning and activities of different departments and the personnel have been aligned to achieve company’s business objectives by giving thrust on rationalization of man power and focus on proper utilization. The manpower strength as on 31st March 2008 was 372 of which 59 are women employees. The proportion of SC/ST employees constituted 26.73%. Three officers are on deputation from government of Karnataka and 12 officers/ officials have gone on deputation from the corporation to other organizations. SKILLS: The KSSIDC has personnel with a variety of skill. For different fields they have personnel with different talents, skills and experience. It is a participative democratic system so every decision is taken after discussion with the personnel. Hence the personnel have good communication skills. The company as a whole is very much skilled with the availability of intellectual man power and resources.


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Supdt. Engineer Steno


E.E.-II Hubli

E.E.-III Mysore

EE (Ele)

JE (SG)-EleBNG/Hubli


J. E.- GLB


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All Departments 1. Industrial Estate Activities: Information such as allotment of sheds / plots, issue of notifications, bidding, auctioning, allotment, pricing policy, execution of sale deeds, resumption of sheds / plots etc. including Co-ordination covering LA/LC matters. KSSIDC Constructs/ Develops Sheds and Plots for allotment SSI entrepreneurs in various Industrial Estates: Table showing the Dimension of sheds : Type Shed A B C D SM M Size
(In Meter)

Total Area
(In Sq. Meter)

Plinth Area
(In Sq. Meter)

Open Space
(In Sq. Meter)

21x43 21x26 21x18 13.5X18 9.50X12.5 4.25X8.5

903.00 546.00 378.00 243.00 119.00 36.00

500.00 264.00 171.00 95.00 63.00 28.00

403.00 282.00 207.00 148.00 -

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Table showing the Dimension of Developed Plots: Plot Type L M N P Q R S Area In Sq.Meter 785.00 1045.00 2049.00 903.00 546.00 378.00 243.00 Odd Size

NOTIFICATION FOR ALLOTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL STRAY SHEDS/FLATS/GODOWNS: Applications are invited from S.S.I. entrepreneurs for being considered for allotment under BID SYSTEM of Industrial Stray Sheds, Flats & Godowns available in the below mentioned Industrial Estates in Bangalore District.

D-82 C-10 C-11 C-14

181.72 382.81 382.81 382.81 116.40 117.20 542.85 639.00 410.39 410.39 90.00 90.00 90.00

6,56,400 18,61,600 18,61,600 18,61,600 5,75,700 5,77,700 25,07,400 16,53,100 7,48,400 8,85,700 3,05,400 3,00,100 3,10,100 Page 21


SM-90 SM-91


B-9 B-61 C-15 C-26 SM-47 SM-48 SM-49



A-109 A-110 B-89 B-100 C-63 D-50

989.18 985.80 538.89 680.00 361.57 187.62 258.37 313.10 338.65 22.14 52.73 29.13 22.19 56.51 38.02 38.02 38.02 38.02

31,21,500 29,97,000 17,66,700 21,05,300 12,91,900 5,00,700 2,91,100 11,83,900 18,91,000 2,82,200 6,44,200 3,48,200 2,82,700 2,89,700 2,25,800 2,25,800 2,25,800 2,25,800


D-3 C-25 C-99 G-17 G-29 & 30 G-61 G-98


G-19 G-20 G-22 G-25 G-26



Flat No.


BL-I: A- 112, 205, 206, 212, 308




BL-II: A-202, BL-II: A-203, BL-II: A-307,308, 310 BL-III: A-307, 314 BL-I: B-203,309, BL-II: B-306 BL-III: B-202,302

160.00 160.00 160.00 160.00 128.00 128.00 128.00

15,93,200 16,21,200 14,16,200 14,16,200 11,30,300 11,30,300 11,30,300 Page 22


BL-I: C-311 BL-II: C-111, 204, 304

112.00 112.00 301.49 302.23 302.23 47.18

9,87,500 9,87,500 27,44,200 28,77,400 28,77,400 10,54,700

F-2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11 & 12 FF-6 & 7 SF-10 & 11 GF-3, SF-3






LAND ACQUISITION DETAILS: Sl. No. 1 2 3 Description Total Acquisition (since Inception) Through KIADB Through Govt. & Other Agencies Extent in Acres. 2844.00 1930.00 913.00

FOR REGISTRATION OF LAND/SHED: The concession of Stamp Duty exemption and reduction of Registration Charges will be available for lease deeds, lease-cum-sale and absolute sale deeds executed by industrial units in respect of industrial plots, sheds, flats allotted by State Infrastructural Developmental Agencies viz. KIADB, KSSIDC, KEONICS, KSIIDC etc. and industrial co-operatives. Industrial workers housing tenements and residential plots developed by KSSIDC, KIADB and KEONICS will also be eligible for concession of stamp duty exemption and reduction of registration charges. The concessions will be as under: Zone Extent of exemption on stamp duty Tiny and

Regn.Charges applicable Tiny and Medium & Large
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Medium &

Small Scale Industry A B Nil 100%

Large Scale Industry Nil 50%

Small Scale Industry Normal Re. 1.00 per Rs. 1000

Industry Normal 50% of normal charges




Re. 1.00 per Rs. 1000

Re.1 per Rs.1000

TERMS & CONDITIONS: 1) Prices indicated are approximate / tentative and are likely to increase or decrease depending upon the cost components / actual dimensions of plots / bit of lands. As per the rules of the Corporation. If there 'is any excess area available more than the notified area, cost will be applicable as per the rates fixed by the Corporation. 2) The Prescribed Application Forms and supplementary Application Forms in duplicate along with the copies of sketches of the Plots can be obtained free of cost from the office of the Chief Manager (IEs)-Zone-I or from the respective Offices of Deputy Chief Manager (IEs)- Bangalore- Urban/ Rural K.S.S.I.D.C. LTD., Industrial Estate, Rajajinagar, Bangalore - 560010 / DCM(IES), Peenya Division, KSSIDC LTD., PEENYA-SECONDSTAGE ,BANGALORE-58 on any working day during the Office hours or can be down loaded from our website 3) The filled in Application ·Form along with the supplementary application form should be submitted in duplicate accompanied by copies of the SSI Registration Certificate issued by the Department of Industries & Commerce, detailed Project Report, documents in support of Educational Qualification, with Latest Photograph, Caste Certificate in case of SC/5f applicants along with Earnest Money deposit of 5 % of the cost of the Shed/ Plot /

Flat(refundable in case of non allotment &adjustable towards cost of Shed /Plot / Flat in case of allotment and subject to forfeiture in case of failure to accept the allotment of the Shed/ Plot/Flat ) PLUS scrutiny fee of RS.562.00(inclusive of taxes & non refundable) by way of Demand Draft drawn in favour of KSSIDC Limited payable at Bangalore. In case of SC/ST applicants and women entrepreneurs the Scrutiny fee is Rs.225.00 (inclusive of taxes & non refundable). Applicants shall enclose all the relevant supporting documents in support of the information furnished in the application & in supplementary application. 4) In case of existing units, documents like Audited Balance sheets (for 2 years) & LT. Returns (for 3 Years) or PMT issued by DIC, or Vat Registration Certificate etc.are to be famished. 5) The filled in application form with all enclosures may be submitted on Or before 5.30 PM on 31.03.09 at the Office of Chief Manager (IEs) ZoneAt the respective Offices of Deputy Chief Manager (IEs)- Bangalore Urban / Rural - K.S.S.I.D.C. LTD., Industrial Estate, Rajajinagar, Bangalore 560 010 / DCM (IES), Peenya Division, KSSIDC LTD., PEENYA-SECOND STAGE, BANGALORE-58. 6) Allotment of Shed / Plot /Flat is on "AS IS WHERE IS BASIS", 99% Of the allotment price of the plot is to be paid within 45 days from the date of Communication of the allotment. In case of sheds / Flats, the allottee will have the option of either payment of 99% of the shed / Flat price in one Lump sum with usual six years lease period or the payment with EMI's spread Over the lease period of six years. 7) Pre-qualification of application to determine eligibility will be followed & the applicants eligible as per pre-qualification criteria will be considered for allotment. 8) 15% of the Plot / Shed /Flats will be allotted to SC, 3% to ST and 2%
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to Nomadic Tribes applicants, 3% for specially enabled persons with overall 30% representation to the Women Entrepreneurs. 9) Applicants belonging to SC and ST category are eligible for a subsidy amount of 40% of the Shed / Plot price subject to maximum of Rs. 2.00 Lakhs. In case of allotment more than one Shed / Plot to the same applicant Subsidy will be limited to 40% of the total price of the allotted Shed / Plot subject to maximum limit of Rs.2.00 Lakhs. 10) An applicant may apply for one or more than one Shed / Plot / Flat & in such cases, separate EMDs are to be paid for each Shed / Plot. / Flat. 11) Applications in the prescribed format without requisite enclosures and EMD are liable to be rejected. 12) Allottees shall construct the industrial work shed / factory building Within a maximum period of 2 years from the date of taking the possession ofthe plot and after getting approval of plans from the competent authority. In case of sheds, Industry shall start within one year from the date of Possession. 13) Sale deed of Shed / Plot will be issued only after completion of Minimum required lease period of 2 years and functioning of the unit and Fulfillment of other terms and conditions indicated in the allotment letter & the Lease cum Sale Agreement. 14) In case of non-starting of the Industry within the stipulated period allotment of the shed will be cancelled and the amount paid will be forfeited. Likewise, the allotment of plot will also be cancelled and the amount paid will be forfeited if the allottee fails to construct the building and start the' Industry within the stipulated time.


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2. Commercial Department: Identifying Market Demand for supply of Industrial Raw Materials, procurement of industrial Raw Materials and its Geographical distribution to the Zonal Offices, identifying the end users for issue of Raw materials, invoicing, supply chain management, pricing, offering discounts, publication of cinematic films, finalizing tenders for transportation etc. Entrepreneurial Guidance Cell subsidy for Iron and Steel disbursement and allotment / Iron and Steel to SSI units, demand survey of Iron and Steel, placing indent and requirement before the ministry of steel. In the Commercial Department they perform the activities of sale of raw materials. The Commercial Department structure as shown in following chart,
General Manager (PR/Coml) Chief Manager Deputy Chief Manager


Assistant Managers Group- III (Junior Assistants) Group- IV (Senior Assistants) BIMS BANGALORE Page 27

PROCUREMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF RAW MATERIALS (A) PROCUREMENT  Raw materials like Iron and Steel are procured from Steel Authority of India, Tata Iron and Steel Co., Rastriya Ispat Nigam Ltd., and Jindal South West.  Government of India allocates the quantity of Steel once in a year to KSSIDC with Rs.550/- rebate per month.  Items like MS Angles, MS Channels, MS plates, HR Sheets , CR Sheets, GP Sheets, Joists, MS Rounds, TMT Bars (Thermo Mechanically Treated for extra high strength) etc. B. DISTRIBUTION

KSSIDC has established 23 outlets for distribution of raw materials throughout the State. One big stockyard with railway siding facility in Bangalore. Materials will be stock transferred to all the 23 depots from stockyard. Needy SSI units purchase the materials from the nearest outlet. KSSIDC has also allotted lands in strategic locations adjoining State/National highways for establishing Petroleum Product outlets On long lease basis.

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CONSIGNMENT AGENCY UNDER RAW MATERIALS ACTIVITY This Corporation has been appointed as the ‘Consignment Agent’ for Karnataka for the products manufactured by Kerala State Bamboo Corporation Limited, Kerala under the brand name “BAMBOOPLY”. Bamboo Plywood is made out of Bamboo Mats and Siler Oak Sheets. Bamboo Plywood is water-resistant, heat resistant, termite proof, and economical, long lasting, fire retardant, artistic and eco-friendly. It is ideally suited for

partitions, false ceiling, furniture, shutters, and bus seat backings and for concrete shuttering. This plywood’s are also ideally suited for veneering and for storage of food grains. Bamboo is a fast growing grass, which is naturally available in abundance in the forests of South India. Bamboo fibers are stronger than traditional plywood and consequently cheaper than conventional plywood of equal thickness. Bamboo plywood has natural weaving pattern and looks elegant which makes them versatile in use. Bamboo Plywood of different thicknesses and sizes will be marketed through our Raw-material outlets. KSSIDC IS OF CONSIGNMENT AGENT IN KARNATAKA FOR THE PRODUCTS OF KERALA STATE BAMBOO CORPORATION LIMITED MANUFACTURERS BAMBOO BOARD FACTORY: Decorative laminations from the Strongest Natural Bamboo Fibre. Water & Heat Resistant, Termite Proof, matchless in strength, Durable, Elegant, Eco-friendly, wood, Substitute Material.


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MULTIPURPOSE USES False ceiling, Partition, Panelling, Table, Tea poy Top, Interior Decoration, Auto Body Building etc.,

Feet: Meter: Sl. Thickness N0 1 2 3 4 5 3 mm 4 mm 6 mm 9 mm 12 mm

6’ x 3’ (1.83x0.92) Rate per Sq.Meter. (In Rs) 172.20 199.10 274.40 387.40 473.40

6 ‘x 4’ (1.83 x 1.22 )

8’ x 4’ (2.44 x 1.22 )

Rate per RATE PER SHEET (In Rs) Sq.Feet. 6’x3’ 6’x4’ 8’x4’ (In Rs) 16.00 288.00 384.00 512.00 18.50 333.00 444.00 592.00 25.50 459.00 612.00 816.00 36.00 648.00 864.00 1152.00 44.00 792.00 1056.00 1408.00

1) The rates are net Ex-Factory, excluding taxes. 2) The rates are subject to change from time to time. The company has also established 27 Raw-material depots throughout the State to cater the needs of SSI units. The is company is currently handling Industrial Raw Materials like Iron & Steel, Pig Iron, Paraffin Wax, Coal & Coke, IPCL products. The industrial Raw Materials are produced from main Steel producers namely SAIL, TISCO, IISCO, VSP, & coal India ltd. The KSSIDC is also acting as a acting as a consignee to distribute IPCL Products marked by Reliance India ltd to cater the needs of SSI units at Bangalore, Hubli & Mangalore. The KSSIDC is also distributing the raw materials required by Government Departments. & KSSIDC has also established centralized Stockyard with Railway siding facility at Channasandra Stockyard is capable

of handling more than 1,00,000 Mts. Of Iron & Steel Materials including Coal & Coke. The ministry of coal Government of India has announced New Coal Distribution Policy for the benefit of Small & Medium Industries to procure their requirement of Coal through a State Nominated Agency. Under the above Scheme the Government of Karnataka has an s nominated KSSIDC as State Agency for distribution of Coal to Small & Medium Industries in the State those requirements is below 4200 tonnes per Annum. Accordingly, KSSIDC entered with Fuel Agreement with M/s Western Coal Fids Limited Nagpur, Maharashtra & lifting the Coal & distributed to the Registered Small & Medium Industries in the State. KSSIDC is also initiating to distributable receipt of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) products like Plastic Granules, Packed Bitumen, & Paraffin Wax, etc. 3. Engineering Department: Inviting Tenders for construction activities awardal of tenders. Contractor’s management, infrastructural development in Industrial Estates, maintenance of Civil Works, building management and all functions relating to Engineering Department and Electrical works. NOTICE INVITING QUOTATIONS (For Quality Control Services) 1. KSSIDC intends to take up massive construction activity at various places in the State. The works taken up are WBM roads, Metalling, Asphalting to the roads in Industrial Estates, Drainage works, Construction of sheds, M.S. Buildings, Common Facility Centre’s, Formation of new Industrial estates, Residential layouts under Kayakanagara Yojana etc.


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KSSIDC intends to appoint Third Party Quality Control/Quality

Auditing Agencies for the above said works. The details of proposed works are at Annexure-‘A’. 3. Interested agencies may quote their lowest rates for the quality auditing of the above works either in lump sum / on percentage basis. The terms and conditions are indicated below: TERMS & CONDITIONS TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY AUDITING SERVICES FOR KSSIDC WORKS. 1. The quality control audit shall be carried out on the following lines under the guidelines of tender specifications outlined in addition to relevant Indian Standard Code of Practice: Buildings: A minimum of 3 visits will be carried for quality inspection under the following stages: After excavation for foundation- for inspection of soil and confirmation of type of foundation recommended. b) c) Prior to casting of plinth slab/beam. Prior to slab concreting. For inspection of shuttering and reinforcement

fabrication.During finishing works in progress for verification of quality of construction, &overall examination of building, etc. Roads Inspection of pre-site conditions before work is taken up, after formation of roads for inspection of type of soil and sub-base. Inspection of WBM road formation, metal collection and metalling process.


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Inspection of pre-road condition, material collection, inspection of asphalting process.After completion of WBM road/asphalting road for inspection and verification. Culverts / CD works / Drainage After excavation of foundation - for inspection of soil and confirmation of type of foundation recommended. Prior to casting of slab for culvert / CD works and casting of PCC / SSM works in drains.During finishing works in progress for verification of quality of works, overall examination of finishing works in culverts / CD works and drainage. PARTICIPATION IN EXHIBITIONS The Company up to 1980 participated in a large number of National and International exhibition as a part of dissemination of information as well as to create Marketing Outlets for the products of SSI units. Participation in the International Exhibition has resulted in securing substantial export order by the SSI units. With this expertise the Company looks forward to help Export Units to obtain their orders. The Company up to 1980 participated in a large number of National and International exhibition as a part of dissemination of information as well as to create Marketing Outlets for the products of SSI units. Participation in the International Exhibition has resulted in securing substantial export order by the SSI units. With this expertise the Company looks forward to help Export Units to obtain their orders. OTHER ACITIVITIES: The Company as a nodal agency for Co-Ordination with Indian Standard Institution set up a laboratory at Peenya Industrial Estate for ensuring the quality of the products manufactured in the State. This laboratory provides modern testing facilities for types of products manufactured in Engineering, Chemical, Electrical, Electronics and other similar areas. This

project with an investment of Rs. 100 Lakhs. Is financed by the State Govt., KSSIDC, KSFC, KSIIDC, NGEF, MML and IDBI. Further, the cost of standardization and licensing fee will also be kept to minimum since the laboratory will work on no profit basis. Likewise National Institute of Design have come forward to associate with KSSIDC in setting up a branch of the National Institute of Design at Industrial Estate, Rajajinagar and is extending its services for the benefit of the small scale industry in improving the product design and allied matter. Necessary infrastructure facility has been provided by KSSIDC to this center. Company has also provided the accommodation to National Productivity Council for maintenance and service center at Peenya for the benefit of the Small Scale Industries. ENTERPRENEURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME. The Company is extending necessary assistance for organizing Entrepreneurial Development Programmes in various parts of the State in association with TECKSOK and other commercial banks with a view to identify the talents and to improve the quality of Entrepreneurial skill amongst the educated youth. SCOPE OF WORK : KSSIDC requires support services and expertise for: (1) Identification of lands suitable for establishment of Gems & Jewellary Parks, Apparel Parks, Comprehensive Industrial Estates, and Housing establishment for industrial workers. Establishment of functional industrial estates throughout the State. (2) (3) (4) To set up permanent industrial exhibition and convention centers in and Marketing vacant properties throughout the State of Karnataka. Identification of ideal locations and suitable lands for establishing
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projects of the Corporation.

(5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Preparation of Project reports for the various projects detailed in (1) to Negotiations with Banks / Financial Institutions for arranging finance Negotiations with statutory and other agencies for implementation of the Evaluating tenders from construction agencies and preparing a detailed Arranging for joint ventures with land owners / investors.

(4) above. and for completion of the projects of the Corporation. projects. report for the consideration of the Managing Director. (10) Undertake to prepare necessary plans and obtain approved plans from the concerned Agencies like local bodies and also ensure that the requirement of pollution control and other statutory bodies are also met. Apart from this, they should make necessary applications and follow up and obtain clearances from the Govt. of India Organizations, Departments, as well as Excise and CBDT etc., for clearances wherever required and ensure the projects fit into the tax planning claims and benefits provided under I.T. / Excise Acts.


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4. Administration: Information ccerning manpower, recruitment, termination, promotion, disciplinary proceedings, transfers, the entire spectrum of human resource management, Land acquisition matters, interface with Government agencies, welfare activities of employees and all other information related to human resources and Administration matters, including liaison with KIADB. Maintenance of land records of industrial estates and its management. Providing Securing Guards. Administration Department Chart


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ACTIVITIES OF PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT  various Sections/Branches/Divisions. 


Monitoring the Man Power of KSSIDC and Developing of staff to the Imparting training to the staff on various subjects organized through

KSPBE and other Organization. An organizing computer training programme to needy staff based on request from the concerned officers of the KSSIDC with the assistance of Corporation Department.  Appointment of Security Agencies to deploy Security Personnel to Various Staff Welfare Measures under HRD. Initiation of Disciplinary proceedings against erring Officers/Officials. Providing periodical statistical information to the Government and to the various Industrial estates depending up on requirement.   

other inter-connected departments. Statistical Information of Officers/Officials working in Head Office and Branch Offices, KSSIDC as on 21-10-2008 SL NO. 1 2 3 4 5 LOCATIONS N Head Office (In & around Bangalore) Branch Offices Deputation to other Boards/Corporations/OOD Deputation from other department to KSSIDC Deputation from TOTAL 312 51 178 127 5 2 16 24 11 0 194 151 16 02 17 380 No of Employees working ADM TECHNICAL TOTA L


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N o. of O ffic ers/ O ffic ials on roll as on 0 1 .0 2 .2 0 0 9 S l. C adre ON S l. C adre ON N o. R O L L N o. ROLL 1 G e n e r a l M a n a ge r 3 G R A D E -III 1 7 J u n i or E n gi n e e r (C i vi l ) H E ADS O F DE PA R T M E NT 2 C h i e f M a n a ge r (A d m n .) 4 1 8 S e n i or A s s i s ta n t 83 3 S u pd t . E n gi n e e r 1 1 9 S te n ogr a ph e r 7 2 T ot al: 5 2 0 S e n i or T r a c e r 2 1 J u n i or A s s i s ta n t 54 G R A D E -I S E N I O R 4 D y.C h i e f M a n a ge r (A d m n . ) 2 1 2 2 H e a d T ypi s t 3 5 E xe c u ti ve E n gi n e e r (C i vi l ) 2 2 3 S e n i or T ypi s t 10 T ypi s t 6 E xe c u ti ve E n gi n e e r (E l e c l .) 1 24 3 T ot al: 1 5 2 5 S e l e ct i o n G r . D r i ve r 2 6 S e n i o r D ri ve r 10 G R A D E -I J U N I O R vi 7 A s s t. E xe c u ti ve E n gi n e e r - I (C i2 0l ) 2 7 D r i ve r 1 8 A s s t. E xe c u ti ve E n gi n e e r - I I (C i4vi l) T ot al: 1 7 3 A s s t.E x e c u ti ve E n gi n e e r - I (E 1e c l ) l G R A D E -IV 9 1 0 A s s t.E xe c u ti ve E n gi n e e r - I I (E le c l ) 2 8 S e l . G r a de . A t t e n d e r 1 4 1 1 M a n a ge r (A d m n .) 18 2 9 S e n io r A t t e n d e r / S u pe rn u m er a r y S r . A t t r2 2 . 1 2 P . S . t o M .D . 1 30 E lectr ician 1 39 T ot al: 4 5 3 1 A t t e n d e r 32 P eon 1 G R A D E -II 1 3 A s s t . M a n a ge r 37 T ot al: 6 7 1 4 S e n i or S t e n o 6 1 5 J u n i or E n gi n e e r (S a de )(C i1vi l) 0 1 6 J u n i or E n gi n e e r (S a de )- E l e c l. 2 T ot al: 5 5

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BENEFITS TO THE STAFF MEDICAL FACILITIES  Rs.3000/- per annum to meet out-patient medical expenses @ Rs.1,500/Rs.3000/- per annum to meet expenditure on diagnostic tests as OutSpectacles re-imbursement of Rs.300/- for three times during service. Reimbursement of In-patient expenditure at all recognized hospitals for for every six months on production self certificate.  patient expenses against production of bills from the recognized hospitals.  

self & dependents. The recognized hospitals list includes WOCKHARDT, MANIPAL, MALLYA, NARAYANA HRUDAYALAYA, HOSMAT, Etc., as per the norms of the Company.  Staff Benevolent Fund Trust (SBF) is in existence in which the management is contributing Rs.30, 000/- the trust for the purpose of interest free Bridge loan to the medical treatment. Employee’s contribution is at Rs.5/- per employee per month. In case of death while in service a sum of Rs.10, 000/- will be given by SBF Trust to the legal heirs. THE NEED & REQUIREMENT: KSSIDC desires to appoint consultants to provide guidance for commissioning various projects of the Corporation detailed as above. The consultant should possess an in-depth knowledge in identifying the lands required for the projects and arranging the finance required for the projects at a reasonable rate of interest. The consultants are required to be involved in the projects from the project preparation stage till the completion of the projects including marketing of the properties developed. The consultant should have necessary infrastructure, expertise and human resources required for the said purpose. (Consultant should have technical skills, knowledge, and qualified staff in the technical fields pertaining to the project for preparation of Project Reports and monitoring projects, which are going to be undertaken by the Corporation). Thorough understanding of the geographical location and the ability to liaison with other Government departments / agencies and others is a basic and primary requirement. 5. Public Relations: Maintain BANGALORE of stock BIMS
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Release of notifications, paper advertisement, procurement and maintenance Group- III Deputy Chief Manager
(Junior stationeries and Office furniture’s, (C.A) of vehicles, purchase of all types of Assistants) Assistants) Managers (Senior Group- IV

CONCLUSION: Karnataka is a developing State marching towards its development in order to push our Karnataka to developed State so that development of Small Scale Industries is much more essential. Then only possible to see over all balanced development of our State. Fully tap the potential of the Small Scale Sector to encourage the establishment of new tiny & Small Scale industries, particularly in the rural areas, to effective utilization of available resources in a efficient manner. Last but certainly not the least as we know India is suffering from the problem of over-population can be solved in two ways, viz.  By checking the growth of the population.  By improving the economic development of the country. Improvement of the economy is synonymous with industrial development. So, Industrial development is one of the means of controlling the problem of over population of our country. In such a scenario KSSIDC contributes vital role in development of our state right from providing land & Industrial Sheds, to assisting with managerial & technical support, to sourcing of raw materials. & creating interest to the entrepreneurs to start up new kind & highly advanced industrial activities & also creating more number of employment opportunities to new entrepreneurs.


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BIBLIOGRAPHY Annual report Journals Broachers


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