If things fall in line,Haryana will soon see 51 industrial projects being set up with a total investment of Rs 3,000 crore. The projects will generate 20,000 direct jobs,apart from thousands of indirect ones,an official spokesman said on Thursday.
The Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has already finalised plot allotments,he said,adding that 33 out of the 51 projects will come up at Industrial Model Township (IMT) in Faridabad,with an investment of more than Rs 2,000 crore.
Plot allotments for eight projects to come up at Growth Centre in Bawal,involving capital outlay of more than Rs 650 crore,have also been finalised, he said.
The IMT is being developed in an area of 1,784 acres. Development works worth Rs 310.56 crore had already been allotted and was likely to be completed by April 2013.
The spokesman said that plots for industrial projects have also been finalised at IMT,Manesar and Industrial Estates in Kundli,Barwala,Panipat,Karnal and Gurgaon.
The projects sanctioned ranged from manufacturing automobile parts,footwear,surgical products,home appliances,garments to printing press.