What is GIDC Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation

Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) was established under the Gujarat Industrial Development Act of 1962, with a goal of accelerating industrialization in the state of Gujarat, India.

Main role of the GIDC is to identify locations suitable for industrial development and create industrial estates with infrastructure such as roads, drainage, electricity, water supply, street lights, and ready-to-occupy factory sheds. The infrastructure of certain estates has been built for specific industries; there is an electronics estate at Gandhinagar, ceramics estates near Bhavnagar, chemical estates at Vapi, Ankleshwar, Panoli, Nandesari, Naroda.
Some GIDC estates also have low-cost housing for workers and executives of tenant businesses, and many of the larger estates include amenities and commercial facilities such as banks, shopping complexes, schools, dispensaries, telecommunications centers, police stations, and community halls.

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As of February 2008, there are 257 such estates throughout Gujarat, and economies of scale allow the GIDC to offer these plots for substantially less than the cost of creating a similar standalone factory. GIDC has acquired maximum land for the development of Industries in the State of Gujarat, under their possession after Indian Railway.
Famous industrialists like Dhirubhai Ambani of Reliance and Karsanbhai Patel of (Nirma) have their industrial units in GIDC.
Corporation has established 202 industrial estates, ranging from mini to mega sizes, in 25 of the 25 districts of the state. It has also developed 7 Special Economic Zones.

About GIDC

importance of gidc. is to make gidc an effective, vibrant and timely provider of quality indstrial infrastructure with easy, quick and transparent delivery mechanism at competitive pricing and with out losing sight of its social responsibilities
Gidc provides participatory land aggregation,
Developed World Class Infrastructure,
Approved Chemical Estate,
clear Land Titles,
chemical and Waste Disposal systems,
regular upgradation of infrastructure and
flexible payment option



GIDC sets up an estate after assessing the industrial viability of the location
There are 190 functional estates at strategic locations
GIDC land is classified as non-agricultural, thus eliminating the need for NA/NOC permission and need for verification of titles
Titles of GIDC land / building are free from encumbrances and are marketable
GIDC offers on shelf availability of industrial land with quality infrastructure
GIDC follows a simple and transparent allotment procedure
GIDC offers reasonable allotment price with soft repayment options
The price of land / building fixed by GIDC is acceptable by financial institutions for loan approvals
GIDC provides social and commercial infrastructure like Housing, Schools, Banks, Post Office, Dispensaries etc in major estates
GIDC's chemical estates have the requisite clearance from Gujarat Pollution Control Board
The chemical estates are equipped with environment management infrastructure
GIDC also provides sites / land for solid waste disposal and for CETPs at concessional rate
Major GIDC estates have been declared as Notified Areas
GIDC has promoted sector specific estates for IT, BT, electronics, apparels, chemicals, engineering, brass parts etc.
GIDC has developed SEZs for Apparels, Chemicals and Petrochemicals, Electronics, IT, BT, Handicrafts etc.
GIDC estates facilitate cluster benefits related to raw material, market, technology, common services, linkages etc. Any upgradation programme of an estate provides direct advantage to all industries located therein.

with total 72 Highest number of gidc are in saurashtra and kutch , 25 in South Gujarat , 54 in Central Gujarat and 51 in ahmedabad and North Gujarat