Role of Secured Governance in Tourism & Industry Sectors of Navi Mumbai

Presented to: Shri Ganesh Naik Guardian Minister Govt. of Maharashtra

Presented By: Dr. P. Sekhar Micro Tech Global Foundation

At a Glance – India, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, Mumbai.

India
 Capital – New Delhi;  Population – 1,210 million (17.31% of world population);  Density – 382 per sq. km;

Navi Mumbai
 Area –

343.7

sq.

km

(133

sq.miles);
 Population – 1.12 million;  Average Family Size – 3.8;  Density – 4,332 / sq. km.;  Coastal stretch – 34 kms;  Literacy Rate – 98%;  Per Capita Income - `12,700.

 Area – 3,287,263 sq. km
(1,269,219 sq.miles);  Coastal length – 7,516 km;  Literacy Rate – 74%;  Per Capita Income - `56,300.

Maharashtra
 Capital – Mumbai;  Population – 112.4 million;  Density – 365 per sq. km;  Area – 3,07,713 sq. km (1,18,808.7 sq.miles);  Coastal length – 720 km;  Literacy Rate – 83%;  Per Capita Income - ` 7,000.

Mumbai
 Population – 12.5 million;  Density – ≈20,700 per sq. km;  Area – 603 sq. km (233 sq.miles);  Coastal length – 140 kms;  Literacy Rate – 88.5%;  Per Capita Income - ` 10,400.

Infrastructures of Public Assembly Sector (in numbers):  Major Shopping Malls – 20;  Multiplex Cinema Halls – 10; Public Assembly Sector  Fitness Centres & Sports Clubs –30;  Fair / Festival Grounds – 02;  Prime Traffic Junctions – 25;  Gardens / Lakes – 135 / 35;  International Play Ground – 01.

Sector

Infrastructures of Healthcare Sector (in numbers):  Government Hospitals – 03;  NMMC Hospitals – 06;  Registered Private Hospitals – 125;  Private Hospitals – 1,200;  Health Centres / Dispensaries – 800;  Pathology Labs – 100.

Education Sector

Infrastructures of Education Sector (in Numbers):  Engineering Colleges – 15;  Medical Colleges – 02;  Reputed Schools – 65;  Primary Schools – 130;  Secondary Schools – 80;  Other Colleges – 60.

Infrastructures of Banking Sector (in Numbers):  Bank Branch Offices –200;  ATM Centres – 250.

NMMC – Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation ; NMMT – Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport.

 APMC

is

Asia’s

largest

Wholesale Market Complex;  Number of Shops & Godowns – 1,960 (in Market I & II);

 Number of Offices – 724 (in
Phase I & Phase II) ;

Navi Mumbai Industry Sector

 Number of Industries / Plots in TTC – 2,900 / 3,825;  Number of Industries in TBIA – 390;  Number of Industries / Plots in Taloja – 840 / 1,200;  Number of Industries / Plots in Panvel – 115 / 250;  Number of Industries / Plots in Jawaharlal Industrial Area – 87 / 103.

Industry Sector

IT Sector in Navi Mumbai
 International Info Tech Park (IIP), Vashi;  International Technology Centre, CBD Belapur;  Millennium Business Park, Mhape;  Airoli Knowledge Park (AKP);

 Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City(DAKC);
 Micro Infotech Park (MTIL).

Sector Interdependencies with Industry Sector

Agriculture

Energy

Industry Sector

Real Estate

Challenges of Outside & Inside Manufacturing Industry

 Theft of goods like raw materials, finished products
etc. from the transportation;  Theft of vehicles or attacks on truck drivers;  An unexpected or undesirable incident like accident;  Delay of goods supply due to heavy traffic would be affect manufacturing sector;  Air pollution or noise pollution would be affect the good health;  Dangerous goods, drug and contraband smuggling.  Theft of goods from godown or manufacturing sites;  Damage of machinery or other goods;  Vulnerability or misbehavior among Employees ;  Fire accident;  Time theft at work.

Consequences

 Affect the employment growth;  Raise of manufacturing cost which leads inflation;  Slow down the export and import and economic growth.

Some Losses of Industry Sector in Navi Mumbai

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 Robberies pertaining trailers and goods worth `3.5

crore have been registered;
 Each trailer costs about `30 to `40 lakh and approximately 11 cases of vehicular thefts have been reported in 2011;

 Trailers laden with foreign goods have been looted
right in the middle of the highway;  135 heavy vehicles stolen in Navi Mumbai in 2011;  Cargo Logistic was stolen from JNPT approximately

worth ` 4 lakh, weighing 15 tons missing.

Benefits of Secured Governance in Industry Sector

 Employment Growth;  Improvement in basic civic amenities;  Improving quality of life in local civic society;  Creating an effective regulatory Environment;

 Improving local investment climate;
 Percentage of GDP contribution will go up.

Happy Society

What is Secured Governance ?

SECURED GOVERNANCE IS A STRUCTURAL APPROACH TO GOVERNANCE THAT

Outcomes of implementing S-Governance

Secured Governance will create a congenially strong economic base with globally competitive environment and state-of-the-art Infrastructure to activate local commerce, enhance foreign investments and attain sustainable Developments;

Secured Governance will generate a huge employment potential through endogenous development, will boost industrial output by linking various critical infrastructures and optimum utilizing natural resources in secured way and will enhance the exports and thus, the growth of economies;

 Secured Governance via interdependencies will integrate localized trade into the multilateral trading systems to reap benefit from liberalized trade and will increase market access;  Secured Governance (S-Governance) is a structural approach to governance that will bring out collective strategies, collective institutions and a collective responsibility;  S-Governance will secure developmental processes from not being destabilized by social anomalies to foster a longterm sustainable growth and development;

 S-Governance will encourage civic engagement in decision making , creating a secured climate to allocate and
distribute the resources to meet the needs of the citizens;  S-Governance will effectively synthesize various capitals like social, human, intellectual etc. with security capital to establish a virtuous society where development will be remained perennial;

Over all Travel Facts of Navi Mumbai

 About 81% of all types of journeys take place within Navi Mumbai;  The principal modes of Transport are Walk (54%), Railway (14%), NMMT (9%), Autorikshaw (6%), BEST

(3.5%);
 Overall the major purposes for travel are Education (35%), Work and Part of Work (34.7%), Shopping (24%), Social Visit (2.6%), Personal Business (1.5%), Recreation (1.1%) and Hospital/Doctor’s visit (0.7%);  Only 46% of population use public transport;  The average monthly traveling expenditure works out to ` 850 (US$16.9). This amounts to an annual expenditure of ` 211 crores (US$ 41.92 million) for all of Navi Mumbai.

` = US$0.0199 US$ = ` 50.33

Challenges in Tourism Sector

 Major challenges in protecting national icons and monuments from any natural hazards and manmade disasters – these include balancing security and public access;  Reduces the cultural heritage and the environmental assets to an economic commodity minimizing or sometime completely ignoring their socio-cultural values;  Converging of a large number of tourists of different background on a historic monument or site and location of tourists facilities on the cultural heritage sites leads to huge security problem;  Jurisdictional and competing stakeholder issues; and securing assets in rugged, remote areas.

 Disturbing public behaviour, drunkenness, vandalism, crime, indecency, etc.  The youth in many cases emulate the visitor’s behavior and social conflicts brew;  Large hotel chain restaurants often import food to satisfy foreign visitors and rarely employ local staff for senior management positions;  Preventing local farmers and workers from reaping the benefit of their presence;  Tourism often grows into mass-tourism. It leads to the over consumption, pollution, and lack of resources;  Tourist places have been damaged by vandals and inscribed gold/silver/bronze idols have been taken out of the country

Tourism
.

Tourism is recognized as one of the strongest drivers of trade and prosperity and one of the major economic sectors that contributes significantly to national and local economies around the globe by alleviating poverty, creating employments, encouraging investment and trade.

S-GOVERNANCE
Tourism (Navi Mumbai)

will help in the sustainable development of Tourism in Navi Mumbai, giving due attention to its economic, social, cultural and environmental dimensions.

S-GOVERNANCE Will…

Enhance the contribution of tourism to socio-economic development of Navi Mumbai through facilitating opportunities for local communities to benefit from tourism; Facilitate travel through the coordinated development of tourismrelated infrastructure and improved procedures;

Minimize the adverse socio-cultural and environmental impacts of tourism while enhancing its role in the conservation of the natural environment and preservation of the cultural heritage;
 Enhance the capabilities to manage the crisis and risks that affect tourism;  Increase the capabilities to develop the required human resources in the tourism sector.

Potential historical places in Navi Mumbai which can be developed into attractive tourist spots
Belapur fort is in dilapidated state. Plans are underway to renovate the fort which is danger of being lost to vicinity that supplies water to the area is also in danger. But this is the same fort which bears testimony of the glorious past of Maratha kingdom.

Ghansoli village was a part of the Salt Satyagraha movement. During the satyagraha movement as many of the national leaders like Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Kasturba Gandhi, Sarojini Naidu assembled in ghansoli gaon, gathered salt from Airoli & Diva gaon and sold them in Thane Market.

With the planning work on the new airport nearing completion, the Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) authorities have chalked out a comprehensive ninepoint draft plan incorporating all modes of transit, including water ferries, to reach the new ‘greenfield’ airport not just from Mumbai, but all parts of the state.

Connectivity to the new airport from Mumbai will be a problem secured governance will ensure proper and reliable means of communication are planned right now so that they can take shape by 2015, which is the official deadline for the airport.

Secured Governance for Tourism

 Necessary to develop Secured Governance for the tourism sector and implement it across the all components including hospitality, law & order and transport sectors;

 A secured tourist sites can make it a dynamically developing sectors of external economic
activities;  Secured environment boosts its high growth and development rates, considerable volumes of foreign currency inflows, infrastructure development, and introduction of new management and

educational experience actively affect various sectors of economy;
 Secured national tourist sites can help a nation to accumulate a big deal of their social and economic welfare on profits from tourism;  The positive aspects of secured tourism sector as a source of foreign exchange, a way to balance foreign trade, an “industry without chimney” — in short, manna from heaven.

Secured Governance for Tourism

 Local communities are benefited through contribution by secured tourism to the
improvement of the social infrastructure like schools, libraries, health care institutions, internet cafes, and so on.  Besides, if local culture is the base for attracting tourists to the region, it helps to preserve the local traditions and handicrafts which maybe were on the link of the extinction.

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