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Develop SEZ

  1. Proposal for setting up of Special Economic Zone.
    • Every proposal under sub-sections (2) to (4) of section 3 shall be made in Form A.
  2. Forwarding of proposal to Board.
    • The State Government shall forward the proposals received under sub- sections (2) and (4) of section 3 to the Board of Approval (Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Commerce, Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi - 110011) alongwith its recommendations, within forty-five days of receipt of such proposal:
    • Provided that where the Board approves a proposal received under sub-section (3) of section 3, the person shall obtain concurrence of the State Government within six months from the date of such approval.
    • While forwarding a proposal under sub-rule (1), the State Government shall ensure that the requirements under rule 5 have been complied with and shall attach copies of relevant notifications issued by it in this regard
  3. Requirements for establishment of a Special Economic Zone.
    • he Board may approve as such or modify and approve a proposal for establishment of a Special Economic Zone, in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (8) of section 3, subject to the requirements of minimum area of land and other terms and conditions indicated in sub-rule (2).
    • The requirements of minimum area of land for a class or classes of Special Economic Zone in terms of sub-section (8) of section 3 shall be the following, namely :—
    • A Special Economic Zone for multi product shall have a contiguous area of one thousand hectares or more:
    • Provided that such Special Economic Zone established exclusively for services may have a contiguous area of one hundred hectares or more:
    • Provided further that in case a Special Economic Zone is proposed to be set up in Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Sikkim, Jammu and Kashmir, Goa or in a Union territory, the area shall be two hundred hectares or more:
    • Provided also that at least thirty-five per cent of the area shall be earmarked for developing the processing area, which may be relaxed upto twenty-five per cent by the Central Government on recommendations of the Board for the reasons to be recorded in writing :
    • Provided also that the fulfilment of the requirement of the contiguous area shall be considered and decided by the Board on a case to case basis on merits;
    • A Special Economic Zone for a specific sector or in a port or airport, shall have a contiguous area of one hundred hectares or more:
    • Provided that in case a Special Economic Zone is proposed to be set up exclusively for electronics hardware and software, including information technology enabled services, the area shall be ten hectares or more with a minimum built up processing area of one lakh square metres:
    • Provided further that in case a Special Economic Zone is proposed to be set upexclusively for bio-technology, non-conventional energy, including solar energy equipments/cell, or gem and jewellery sectors, the area shall be ten hectares or more with a minimum built up area as under :
    • forty thousand square metres in case of a Special Economic Zone proposed to be set up exclusively for biotechnology and non-conventional energy sectors, including solar energy equipments/cells but excluding a Special Economic Zone set up for non-conventional energy production and manufacturing;
    • fifty thousand square metres in case of a Special Economic Zone proposed to be set up exclusively for the gems and jewellery sector :
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