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  • Madhubani- District Industrial Potential Survey | Page 1 of 24

    Government of India

    Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

    Brief Industrial Profile of

    MADHUBANI District

    2016

    Prepared by:

    Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development Institute

    Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Govt. of India

    Gaushala Road, P.O.: Ramna, Muzaffarpur, Bihar- 842002

    Phone: 0621- 2282486, 2284425, Fax: 0621- 2282486

    E-mail: dcdi-mzfpur@dcmsme.gov.in, Website: http://msmedimzfpur.bih.nic.in/

    mailto:dcdi-mzfpur@dcmsme.gov.inhttp://msmedimzfpur.bih.nic.in/

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    Foreword

    In response to Letter no. 1/7/DIP/2015/MSME-DI dated 20/05/2016 of O/o DC

    (MSME), M/o MSME, Govt. of India, the District Industrial Profiles of all 21 districts of

    North Bihar under the jurisdiction of the MSME- Development Institute, Muzaffarpur

    have been updated as per data available for latest years.

    This report contains details of geographical information, topography, mineral and

    forest resources, industrial scenario, social infrastructure, supporting institutions,

    related statistical data and other information relating to MSME sector in the

    Madhubani district. The relevant data have been collected from various government

    agencies and other institutional sources.

    I take this opportunity to appreciate the efforts put in by our officer, Shri Avishek

    Chanda, Assistant Director (E.I.) for updating the report.

    I sincerely hope that this report will serve as a valuable guide to the entrepreneurs

    and will also be useful to other stakeholders.

    Dated: August 26, 2016

    Place: Muzaffarpur (P. K. Gupta)

    Deputy Director In-charge

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    Content

    S. No. Topic Page No.

    Foreward 02

    1. General Characteristics of the District 04

    1.1 Location & Geographical Area 04

    1.2 Topography 04

    1.3 Climatic Conditions 06

    1.4 Availability of Minerals 06

    1.5 Forest 06

    1.6 Electricity and Power 06

    1.7 Administrative Set up 07

    2. District at a Glance 07

    2.1 Industrial Estates/ Areas in the District 13

    3. Industrial Scenario of Madhubani 14

    3.1 Number of enterprises filled EM-II (From 1st April 2007 to 31st March 2015) 14

    3.2 Cumulative number of enterprises, investment, and employment 14

    3.3 Industry wise number of manufacturing enterprises with Udyog Aadhar Number 15

    3.4 Industry wise number of service enterprises with Udyog Aadhar Number 16

    3.5 Large Scale Industries / Public Sector Undertakings 18

    3.6 Major Exportable Item 18

    3.7 Growth Trend 18

    3.8 Vendorisation / Ancillarisation of the Industry 18

    3.9 Medium Scale Enterprises 18

    3.9.1 List of the Units in Madhubani & Nearby Area 18

    3.9.2 Major Exportable Item 18

    3.10 Service Enterprises 18

    3.10.1 Coaching Industry 18

    3.10.2 Potentials Areas for Service Industry 18

    3.11 Potential for New MSMEs 18

    4. Existing Clusters of Micro & Small Enterprises 19

    4.1 Details of Major Clusters 19

    4.1.1 Manufacturing Sector 19

    4.1.2 Service Sector 19

    4.2 Details of Identified Clusters 19

    5. General Issues Raised by Industry Association During the Meeting 19

    6. Supporting Agencies to Set Up MSMEs 19

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    Brief Industrial Profile of Madhubani District

    1. General Characteristics of the District

    Madhubani district is part of Mithalanchal region of North Bihar. The district was carved

    out from Darbhanga District. The district is backward, however it is famous for its

    ancient Madhubani painting. The basic infrastructure in the district in terms of transport,

    communication, power supply, Market system is not so developed. However, the above

    infrastructure is in progress now a day. The road condition of the district produces a

    gloomy look as a result of which industrial activities, trade and business etc are in mesh.

    Storage facilities in form of Cold storage, Warehouses are negligible. Other basic

    infrastructure like education, health, sanitation and safe drinking water are also

    insufficient in the district which affects sum total development of the district of

    Madhuani.

    1.1 Location & Geographical Area

    The Madhubani district in the geographical arena situated at 8543 to 8642 East and

    2559 to 2639 North and its measures by area is 3501 sq K.M. with average rain fall

    of 1273.2 mm.

    1.2 Topography

    The district has very rich & fertile land and is surrounded by three rivers i.e. Koshi,

    Kamla & Bagmati. All the three rivers originate from Nepal and causes severe damages

    of Human lives, wealth and live stock during the flood in rainy season. They have been

    boon for the farmers also they made land very fertile. The climate is cooler and damper

    than the adjoining districts.

    The cold weather starts early generally from the second week of November and the hot

    weather begins towards the end of March and the rain fall from the later part of June.

    The district also experiences some winter range.

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    1.3 Climatic Conditions

    The climate of this district is generally healthy. There are three well marked seasons,

    viz, a pleasant cold season, a hot, dry summer and the rainy season. The cold weather

    begins in November and continues up to February, though March is also somewhat

    cool. The lowest temperature touches sometime 5oC mark. Westerly winds and dust

    storm beings to blow in the second half of March and the temperature rise considerably.

    May is the hottest month when the temperature goes up to about 42OC. Rains set in

    towards the middle of June when the temperature begins to fall and humidity rises.

    Though the rains continue till the end of September or the middle of October, these

    months are not so hot.

    1.4 Availability of Minerals

    As such there is no mineral availability is there in the district under report. The district is

    formed of thick alluvial soil. Beds of Kankar or nodular lime stone of interior quality are

    occasionally met with. The river banks are generally made up of new alluvium formed

    by continuous deposit of soil by the rivers. Sulphur is the only mineral found in the

    district.

    1.5 Forest

    The district has no forest area.

    1.6 Electricity and Power

    The district receives its entire power supply from the Bihar State Electricity Board. In

    rural areas, however, the pace of electrification is comparatively slow. However, the

    Government is trying to extended electric line to the maximum number of villages by

    implementing various schemes for rural electrification. Total numbers of villages

    electrified in the district are 693.

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    1.7 Administrative set up

    The district is headed by District Magistrate. Under him DDCs then ADMs are posted for

    looking after the general administration, development and land reformers. At every

    division there is sub divisional officer called SDO and in every Block Development

    Officer called BDOs/COs and in every Panchyat Sevek is there.

    2. District at a glance

    Table 1

    Sr. No. Particulars Year Unit Statistics Data Source

    1. Geographical features

    (A) Geographical Data

    (i) Latitude 2011 Degree (O), Minutes()

    2559' and 2639' North

    District Census Handbook 2011

    (ii) Longitude 2011 Degree (O), Minutes()

    8543' and 8642 East

    District Census Handbook 2011

    (iii) Geographical Area 2011 Sq Km 3501

    District Census Handbook 2011, Page 25

    (B) Administrative Units

    (i) Sub divisions 2016 Nos. 5 District Website

    (ii) Tehsils 2016 Nos. 21 District Website

    (iii) Sub-Tehsil

    NA

    (iv) Patwar Circle

    NA

    (v) Police Stations 2013 Nos. 33

    Bihar Through Figures 2013, Directorate of Economics and Statistics Bihar, Table 27, Page 30

    (vi) Panchayat Samitis/ Blocks 2016 Nos. 21

    Panchayati Raj Dept., Govt. of Bihar Website

    (vii) Nagar Nigam 2001 Nos. 0

    Urban Development and Housing Dept., Govt. of Bihar Website

    (viii) Nagar Parishad 2001 Nos. 1

    Urban Development and Housing Dept., Govt. of Bihar Website

    (ix) Nagar Panchayat 2001 Nos. 3

    Urban Development and Housing Dept., Govt. of Bihar Website

    (x) Gram Panchayats 2016 Nos. 399 Panchayati Raj Dept.,

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    Govt. of Bihar Website

    (xi) Villages 2011 Nos. 1110

    District Census Handbook 2011, Page 40

    (xii) Towns 2011 Nos. 6

    District Census Handbook 2011, Page 40

    (xiii) Assembly Constituencies 2016 Nos. 10

    O/o the CEO, Bihar Website

    2 Population 2011 Nos. 4487379

    District Census Handbook 2011, Page No. 40

    (A) Sex-wise

    (i) Male 2011 Nos. 2329313

    District Census Handbook 2011, Page No. 40

    (ii) Female 2011 Nos. 2158066

    District Census Handbook 2011, Page No. 40

    (B) Rural Populatio

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