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Government of India

MINISTRY OF SHIPPING

OUTCOME BUDGET 2010-11

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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DESCRIPTION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CHAPTER I - INTRODUCTION CHAPTER II - DETAILS OF FINANCIAL OUTLAYS, PROJECTED PHYSICAL OUTPUTS AND PROJECTED BUDGET OUTCOMES CHAPTER III - IMPACT OF REFORM MEASURES AND POLICY INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE MINISTRY CHAPTER IV REVIEW PERFORMANCES DURING 2007-08 2008-09 CHAPTER V - FINANCIAL REVIEW CHAPTER VI REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE OF STATUTORY AND AUTONOMOUS BODIES UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL OF THE MINISTRY OF AND

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Ministry of Shipping has been mandated with the responsibility of formulating policy framework concerning the shipping industry as a whole, devise programmes in keeping with the policy and to implement the programmes through appropriate delivery mechanisms. The functions of the Ministry are broadly divided into two complementary aspects of Ports and Shipping Wings each Wing headed by a Joint Secretary. The details of the organizational set up of the Ministry and its role and the roles and mandate of its subordinate organizations are briefly detailed in Chapter I. Ports are the countrys gateways to the world, facilitating ocean borne transportation aspect of the international trade and commerce as also movement of people through ocean going vessels / ships. Located along the coastline of the country are eleven Major Port Trusts, which are autonomous bodies, under the administrative control of the Ports Wing. The Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) another autonomous body regulates the tariff structure for all the activities of the Major Ports including private terminals, etc., located within them. Besides these, there are three Public Sector Undertakings including one Port at Ennore near Chennai, one Dock Labour Board and one subordinate/attached office. The eleven major ports and the PSU Ennore Port Ltd. together handled a total cargo of 530.35 MT during the year 2008 2009 as against 227.26 MT in 1996 97. Capacity addition to handle increased traffic in ports is being undertaken mainly through projects under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. The Shipping Wing of the Ministry has five Public Sector Undertakings, six societies/associations, two subordinate/attached offices and two autonomous bodies under its administrative control. The Directorate General (Shipping) an attached office is entrusted with the responsibility of administering the Indian Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 on all matters relating to shipping policy and legislation, implementation of International Conventions relating to safety, prevention of pollution and other mandatory regulations of the International Maritime Organisation, etc. The Directorate General (Lighthouses and Lightships) is subordinate office responsible for providing visual aids to navigation such as lighthouses, etc. and other navigational aids. The functions of the Ministry are focused on regulating the Port operations and on facilitating, regulating and promoting maritime transport through various Acts, Rules and Regulations, appropriate policy initiatives and programmes. The rapid economic growth and technological advancements in the shipping industry as well as in all the related fields pose major challenges and exacting demands on infrastructure creation, human resource development, facilities for training, research and design studies, etc. in the areas of port infrastructure, ship-building and ship-repair, inland water transport, training & research institutes and the newly created Indian Maritime University. The details of the financial outlays, physical outputs and outcomes, potential risk factors and bottlenecks, policy initiatives and reform measures put in place and contemplated to meet these challenges are delineated in Chapters II and III. The Budget support for BE 2009 2010 was pegged at Rs.595.00 crores and an IEBR of Rs. 4,498.71 crores; RE 2009-10 at Rs. 548.74 crores; IEBR at Rs. 3794.46 crores; and BE for the year 2010-11 has been pegged at Rs.623.00 crores and IEBR at Rs. 5864.15 crores. The major projects being financed from the budget support are Rail connectivity and Capital Dredging at International Container Transshipment Terminal at Cochin Port,

construction of landing facilities at A&N and Lakshadweep islands, development of Indian Maritime University to meet the trained manpower requirement in the Merchant Marine Fleet, Remote control and automation of lighthouses at Port Blair and Mumbai Lighthouses Districts, establishment of national AIS network, establishment of Lighted Beacon at Minicoy island and establishment of VTS in the Gulf of Kachchh. By the end of the 11th Plan Period, the total traffic handled by the ports in India is expected to cross the 1 billion mark and the share of major ports is likely to be 70%. The Ministry of Shipping has chalked out the National Maritime Development Programme involving a total investment of Rs.1,00,339 crores over a period of 10 years to ensure coordinated development of port infrastructure, tonnage acquisition, maritime training, coastal shipping, aid to navigation, shipbuilding and building up IWT infrastructure. A comprehensive review of the targets set and achievements and the financial performance vis--vis budget outlays in the recent past and a performance review of the Public Sector Undertakings and autonomous bodies under the administrative control of the Ministry are discussed in the remaining three chapters. The aggregate provisional capacity of the 12 major ports has gone up to 586.07 Million Tonnes per Annum (MTPA) as on 31.03.2009 from 543.47 MTPA as on 31.03.2008 and the provisional figures for Average Turn Round time, Average Pre-Berthing Detention time and Average Output per Ship per Berth day during 2008 09 were 2.44 days, 9.95 hours and 10464 tonnes respectively. In the Shipping side the Indian Maritime University has been established and the establishment of VTS in Gulf of Kachchh is under progress.

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CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION The Ministry of Shipping encompasses within its fold the port and shipping sectors which include major ports, shipbuilding and ship-repair, national water-ways and inland water transport. The Ministry has been entrusted with the responsibility to formulate policies and programmes on these subjects and their implementation. ORGANISATIONAL SET-UP The Ministry is headed by a Minister of Cabinet rank. Secretary (Shipping) is assisted by Joint Secretary (Shipping), Joint Secretary (Ports), Chief Controller of Chartering, Development Adviser (Ports), other officers at the level of Directors, Deputy Secretaries, Under Secretaries and other Secretariat/Technical Officers. The Finance Wing of the Ministry is headed by Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser who assists in formulating and processing of all policies and proposals having financial implications. The Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser is assisted by one Director (Finance), one Assistant Financial Adviser, one Under Secretary (Budget) and other Secretariat Officers and Staff. The Accounts side of the Ministry is headed by a Chief Controller of Accounts who is inter-alia responsible for accounting, payment, budget, internal audit and cash management. Adviser (Transport Research) renders necessary data support to various Wings of the Ministry for policy planning, transport coordination, economic & statistical analysis on various modes of transport, etc. The Finance & Accounts Wing and Transport Research Wing are common to Ministry of Shipping the Ministry of Road transport & Highways. The Development Adviser (Ports) is assisted by two Directors and two Deputy Directors and renders technical advice on matters relating to the development of Major Port Projects, Andaman & Lakshadweep Harbour Works (ALHW) and the Dredging Corporation of India. It has also been associated with processing the technical and administrative matters related to the International Navigation Association Permanent International Association for Navigational Congress, (INA-PIANC) wherein India is a member country. The following subordinate/attached offices, autonomous organizations, societies/associations and public sector undertakings are functioning under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping. ATTACHED / SUBORDINATE OFFICES Directorate General of Shipping, Mumbai (including Minor Ports Survey Organisation, Mumbai)

Andaman & Lakshadweep Harbour Works, Port Blair. Directorate General of Lighthouses & Lightships, NOIDA

AUTONOMOUS BODIES Port Trusts at Kolkata, Kochi (Cochin Port Trust), Kandla, Chennai, Mormugao, Mumbai, Nhava Sheva (Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust), Paradip, Tuticorin, Visakhapatnam and New Mangalore. Dock Labour Board at Kolkata Inland Waterways Authority of India, Noida. Tariff Authority for Major Ports, Mumbai. Seamens Provident Fund Organisation, Mumbai.

SOCIETIES/ASSOCIATIONS National Maritime Academy (formerly National Institute of Port Management), Chennai. Indian Institute of Port Management, Kolkata. National Ship Design and Research Centre, Visakhapatnam. Seafarers Welfare Fund Society, Mumbai. Indian Institute of Maritime Studies, Mumbai. Indian Ports Association, Delhi.

PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS Shipping Corporation of India, Mumbai. Hindustan Shipyard Limited, Visakhapatnam. Cochin Shipyard Limited, Kochi. Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited, Kolkata. Dredging Corporation of India Limited, Visakhapatnam Hooghly Dock & Port Engineers Limited, Kolkata. Ennore Port Limited, Ennore Sethusamudram Corporation Limited, Chennai.

The functions and the role of the Ministry The Maritime Sector in India comprises Ports, Shipping, Shipbuilding and Ship repair and Inland Water Transport Systems. Indian Shipping industry has, over the years, played a crucial role in the transport sector of Indias economy. Approximately 95% of the countrys trade by volume and 70% by value is moved through Maritime Transport. Therefore, ports and harbours, shipping and ocean resources, ship design and construction, issues relating to human resource development, finance, ancillaries and new technologies need to be developed in the light of the emerging scenario. Shipping continues to remain unchallenged as the worlds most efficient means of transportation and it is the endeavour of the Ministry of Shipping to take necessary initiatives to recognize, reward and promote quality whenever and wherever it is found within the industry.

India is among the top 20 leading merchant fleets all over the world. The gross tonnage under Indian flag was 9.28 million GT and 15.30 million DWT with 925 vessels as on 31.3.2009. India has attained this position from a humble beginning of merely 0.19 million tonnes in 1950. During the period from 1.4.2008 to 31.3.2009, 51 and 35 vessels in the coastal and overseas trade respectively were added and 9 and 19 vessels in the coastal and overseas trade respectively were discarded during this period. The net addition during the period is 42 vessels in the coastal trade and 16 vessels in overseas trade. The mandate of the Ministry of Shipping includes inter-alia providing such infrastructure facilities like Ports and Harbours, Lighthouses and Lightships, other Navigational Aids to ensure safe passage of vessels entering or leaving the ports of call, inland waterways, shipbuilding and ship repair and such services like navigational services such as pilotage, etc., provision for education and training for mercantile marine, examination & certification, organization and maintenance of mainland-island and inter-island shipping services for the benefit of A & N and Lakshadweep islands, etc. To achieve these ends the Ministry administers a number of Acts and the Rules and Regulations framed there under, creates new policy frameworks to meet new challenges, reform existing systems to synchronise with the ground realities and draws up targetted programmes for upgrading existing infrastructure and to create additional capacities. The policies and programmes are implemented through the subordinate / attached offices of the Ministry, autonomous bodies, societies / associations and Public Sector Undertakings under the administrative control of the Ministry listed above. The Ministry administers the following Acts: The Indian Ports Act, 1908 ( 15 of 1908) The Inland vessels Act, 1917 (1 of 1917) The Dock Workers (Regulation of Employment) Act, 1948 (9 of 1948) The Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1948) The Major Port Trusts Act, 1963 (38 of 1963) The Seamens Provident Fund Act, 1966 (4 of 1966) The Inland Waterways Authority of India Act, 1985 (82 of 1985) and The Multimodal Transportation of Goods Act, 1993 (28 of 1993).

PORT SECTOR The Ministry of Shipping is responsible for the development of the Major ports with the objective to provide necessary and adequate cargo handling capacity to meet Indias EXIM trade requirement, a major portion of which is borne by the sea route. Ports are economic and service providing units of a remarkable importance since the bulk of the cargo movement in international trade is sea borne and the ports are the interface between two modes of surface transport viz. maritime and land whether by rail or road. Ports are Indias Gateways to the World in this sense. India has a long coastline of about 7517 Kms on the western and eastern shelves of the mainland as well as along the islands situated in the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. The coastline is studded with 12 Major Ports and about 200 Non-Major Ports. While the Major Ports come under the administrative purview of the Central Government, the responsibility for the development and management of the Non-major Ports rests with the respective States/ 3

Union Territories. The 12 major ports are located at Kolkata/Haldia, Paradip, Visakhapatnam, Chennai, Ennore, Tuticorin, Cochin, New Mangalore, Mormugao, Mumbai, Jawaharlal Nehru Port at Nhava Sheva, and Kandla. About 72% of the sea borne trade is handled by the major ports and the balance by non major ports. There has been a tremendous increase in the traffic handled by Indian ports. The traffic has increased at a CAGR of 7.4% in the ten year period from a traffic volume of 227.26 MT in 1996-97 to 463.78 MT in 2006-07 in the 10th Plan period alone and the traffic volume has increased at a CAGR of 10 % from 287.59 MT in 2001-02 to 463.78 MT in 2006-07. The non-major ports handled 185 MT in 2006-07 which is 28% of the overall sea borne trade. In spite of the global slowdown, the cargo handled by the major ports in 2008-09 was 530.35 MT which is higher by 2.1% compared to the cargo of 519.3 MT handled during the FY 2007-08. There has been an impressive growth in the cargo categories of fertilizers, thermal coal, petroleum, oil and lubricants. The projected increase in traffic requires a concomitant increase in the installed Capacity of the ports. In view of the resource constraint in the public domain, active public private partnership (PPP) is envisaged for the purpose. To encourage private sector participation, it is essential to have an enabling policy framework. The Ministry of Shipping has already put in place an independent tariff regulator to take care of the interest of all the stake holders. A new Model Concession Agreement (MCA) has been approved by the Government which brings in several refinements and improvements over the earlier Model Licence Agreement of 2000. The tariff setting mechanism has also been modified with tariffs being set upfront before the projects are bid out on a revenue sharing basis. Guidelines in this regard have already been issued. New Model Bidding documents viz. Request for Qualification and Request for Proposal have been approved by the Government. Keeping in mind the long-term capacity requirement in the Indian Ports, the Ministry of Shipping is continuing its implementation of projects identified under the National Maritime Development Programme (NMDP). Feasibility study for the development of a Major Port at Colachel in Tamil Nadu is under consideration of Ministry of Shipping. Organisations / Offices under the Ministry and their functions Andaman and Lakshadweep Harbour Works (ALHW) This is a subordinate office of the Ministry with two field units namely, Andaman Harbour Works and Lakshadweep Harbour Works for executing port and harbor development schemes in the Union Territories of Andaman and Nicobar and Lakshadweep groups of Islands. Major Ports There are at present 12 Major Ports under the jurisdiction of the Central Government. Port Trust Boards have been set up for the administration, control and management of 11 out of these 12 ports except Ennore Port Ltd., which has been incorporated as a company under the Indian Companies Act, 1956.

Dock Labour Boards Dock Labour Boards were set up at Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Kandla, Mormugao and Cochin to administer the schemes framed under the Dockworkers (Regulation and Employment) Act, 1948. Out of these, the Dock Labour Boards at Chennai, Mormugao, Cochin, Kandla and Visakhapatnam stand merged with the respective Port Trusts while the one at Mumbai stands superceded. Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) The Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) was created by an amendment to the Major Port Trusts Act, 1963 (MPT) and was constituted by the Government of India through a Gazette Notification on 10.4.1997. The main function of TAMP is to regulate tariffs levied by Major Port Trusts and private terminals therein. It is statutorily empowered to fix rates for services rendered by port trusts and private terminals as well as charges for use of port properties. It is mandatory for TAMP not only to notify the rates but also to prescribe the conditionalities governing application of the rates. As per its mandate, the Authority is to use the tariff leverage to effect improvements in operational efficiency at the major ports. The Authority consists of a Chairperson and two Members. The Chairperson is of the rank of the Secretary to the GOI, one Member is nominated from amongst economists and the other Member is usually an expert in finance. Dredging Corporation of India Limited (DCI) The main functions of the Corporation are dredging, land reclamation etc. at ports. The company, which has its head office in Visakhapatnam, was incorporated in 1976 as a wholly owned undertaking of the Government of India with an authorized capital of Rs.30 crore out of which Rs.28 crore is fully paid up, entirely by the Government of India. In 1992, the Government disinvested 1.44% of its share holding in the company and again in 2003-04, the Government disinvested a further 20% of paid up capital in the company. The current equity holding of the Government of India in the company is 78.56%. Ennore Port Limited (EPL) The major port at Ennore near Chennai has been incorporated as a company under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. The port provides an environmentally safe link in the transport chain for movement of thermal coal from the coalfields in Eastern India for use by Tamil Nadu Electricity Board. From being a port primarily catering to the coal import needs of the power plants at Tamil Nadu, is now setting up berths to handle containers, iron ore and liquid chemicals through private sector participation. Sethusamudram Corporation Limited (SCL) Sethusamudram Corporation Limited was incorporated as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) on 6.12.2004 for raising finance for undertaking the implementation of the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project. Apart from the Government of India, the Major

Ports of Tuticorin, Chennai, Ennore, Visakhapatnam and Paradip and the PSUs Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) and Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) have contributed to the equity of the Corporation. SHIPPING SECTOR SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA History: The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. (SCI) was incorporated on 2nd October 1961 by amalgamation of Eastern Shipping Corporation and Western Shipping Corporation, with an authorised capital of Rs. 35.00 crore and paid-up capital of Rs. 23.5 crore. At the time of its inception, the SCI fleet comprised 19 vessels with 1.9 lakhs DWT at total investment of 23.3 crores. As on 31.03.2009, the company has 80 vessels with DWT of 51.25 lakhs at an investment of Rs.8162 crores. SCI's authorised capital is Rs. 450 crores and the paid up capital stands at Rs. 432.45crores as on 31st March 2009. Operations: Bulk Carrier & Tanker Services The Companys 218 bulk carriers cater to the movement of almost all types of dry bulk cargoes, but mainly export of iron-ore to Japan and import of coking coal from Australia. Some tonnage is deployed on Indian coast and also on cross trades. SCIs fleet of 26 Crude Tankers is deployed in the import of crude oil to Indian Refineries, in movement / storage of the indigenously produced Bombay High crude and in cross-trades. The fleet includes two Very Large Crude Carriers, which are the largest vessels in the Indian register. The Companys 10 Product Tankers are engaged in coastal movement of petroleum products as well as in cross trades. SCIs 5 specialised vessels are engaged in transportation for import / coastal movement of LPG, import of Phosphoric acid as also in movement of Ammonia. Liner and Passenger Services Container Services - The Company operates four India-centric container services in consortia with internationally reputed Shipping Lines., one each serving the U.K. Continent and India Middle East trades and two serving the Far East trade. Joint Break-bulk Service - A Joint Service was started with M/s Rickmers Linie, Germany in September 2000 for shipment of break-bulk / general cargo from European ports to India. Joint Feeder Services - The SCI also operates Joint Feeder Services with M/s Sea Consortium Ltd., Singapore for the Indian sub-continent plying on the East Coast of India. Passenger Service and other Coastal Services - The SCI, with its 2 owned and 30 managed vessels operates domestic passenger-cum-cargo services between Mainland and Andaman and Nicobar as well as Lakshadweep group of Islands, on behalf of the

Government of India. The SCI also mans and manages certain other types of Coastal vessels on behalf of the respective Government Departments who own these vessels. Technical & Offshore Services Technical Services (TS) Department looks after tonnage acquisition programme of the Company and also other ship related technical matters. The TS Department also offers its advisory services to other government organisations. During 1980s, the Company diversified into the Indian offshore marine business with the establishment of Offshore Services (OS) department. The OS department looks after vital offshore support services to the Indian oil industry. The Companys ten Anchor Handling Towing-cum-Supply vessels are on long-term charter to the Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC). Over the years, the SCI has also developed expertise for successful execution of state-of-art sub-sea jobs and has earned good merit as a technically competent offshore contractor. In addition to the above, SCI also operates some offshore vessels on behalf of ONGC. Joint Ventures The joint ventures of SCI are mentioned below: Irano Hind Shipping Company: The joint venture with Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines established at Tehran, Iran in March 1975. Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project: The SCI is one of the equity holders in the Sethusamudram Corporation Limited. Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Joint Ventures: The SCI has become the first Indian Company to establish its presence in the LNG trade with three joint venture companies (JVC). Two JVCs formed at Malta operates two LNG tankers viz. S.S. Disha and S.S. Raahi respectively. The vessel for the third JVC is expected to be delivered in September 2009. Joint Venture for Chemical Carriers: SCI has formed a joint venture named SCI Forbes Ltd. - with Forbes Gokak Company and Sterling Investment Corporation Pvt. Ltd. that will operate Chemical Tankers and other specialised vessels.

Tonnage Acquisition: The Company has 31 ships on order at a total capital cost of US$1555/- million. Financial performance of SCI: (Amt in Rs.Crs) Gross Profit Before Depreciation and Interest Net Profit after tax 2009-10 (Annualised) 852.72 307.24 2009-10 (Rev Budget) 937.70 386.69 2010-11 846.38 171.82

DIRECTOR GENERAL OF SHIPPING The Directorate General of Shipping as Headquarters of the Indian Maritime Administration exercises the statutory functions underlined in the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 and as Head of Department from Fundamental Rules & Supplementary Rules, Delegation of Financial Powers Rules, General Financial Rules, Central Civil Service (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965, Central Civil Service (Conduct) Rules, 1964, to carry out the functions of the organization ORGANIZATIONAL SET-UP The Director General of Shipping is assisted on the administrative side by Joint Director General of Shipping, Deputy Directors General of Shipping (non-technical); on the technical side by the Nautical Adviser-cum-Additional Director General (Technical), Principal Officers-cum-Joint Director General (Technical); on the Engineering side by the Chief Surveyor-cum-Additional Director General (Technical); Principal Officers-cumJoint Director General (Technical) and on the Naval Architecture side, by the Chief Ship Surveyor-cum-Joint Director General (Technical)/ Deputy Chief Ship Surveyors-cumSenior Deputy Director General (Technical). The Heads of allied offices supported by their subordinate officers also assist the Director General of Shipping in the overall discharge of various statutory functions. The Nautical Adviser and Chief Surveyor are also Chief Examiners of Master/Mates and Engineers respectively. FUNCTIONS OF THE D.G.SHIPPING Administration of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 on all matters relating to shipping. Formulation of shipping policy and legislation for development of shipping and augmentation of shipping tonnage. Formulation of policy on promotion of maritime education and training. Supervision and control of the examination and certification of the merchant navy officers in various grades. Regulation of employment of seamen and their welfare. Formulation of policy on development of coastal shipping and sailing vessel industry. Supervision and control of implementation of various International Conventions relating to safety of ships, prevention of pollution and other mandatory regulations of the International Maritime Organization. Representing India in international forums relating to shipping, maritime training and allied matters. Supervision and control of quality assurance in all areas of shipping, merchant navy training, etc.

DIRECTOR GENERAL OF LIGHTHOUSES & LIGHTSHIPS The Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships is a subordinate Office under the Ministry of Shipping. The Directorate provides marine aids to Navigation, which includes Lighthouses, Differential Global Positioning System, Radar Transponder Beacons (Racons), Deep Sea Channel Marking Buoys etc. along the Indian coast. The Directorate also undertakes construction and maintenance of local Lighthouses for the 8

State Governments/Maritime Boards on agency basis. The plan provision is for capital expenditure on construction and development of Lighthouses and other Marine Aids to Navigation in the Central Sector. The Plan and Non Plan expenditure is met from the internal resources viz Light dues collected from ships as per provision of Lighthouse Act, 1927. The Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships is headed by Director General. For the purpose of the administration and management of various Lighthouses, the entire coastline is divided into seven regions with their headquarters at Jamnagar, Mumbai, Kochi, Chennai, Vishakhapatnam, Kolkata and Port Blair. Each district is headed by Director (Regional). A statutory body called the Central Advisory Committee for Lighthouses (CACL), consisting of representatives of Shipping, Vessels Association, Chambers of Commerce and two Members of Parliament ( one each from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) advises the Government on matters relating to development of Lighthouses. Secretary (Shipping) is ex-officio Chairman of the Committee. The Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships is a revenue earning organization. Its income is derived by levy of Light dues @ Rs.8/- per tonne on foreign going vessels. During the year 2009-2010, the Directorate has established two New Lighthouses at Satpati in Maharashtra and Chidiya Tapu in Andman and Nicobar Island. Further, the scheme of automation of Lighthouses for Mumbai Lighthouse District has been made functional. The total internal resources during the year 2009-2010 are expected to be about Rs. 150 crore. DGLL is able to meet its expenditure (both Plan and Non Plan) from its internal resources so generated. COCHIN SHIPYARD LIMITED Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), the largest and most modern shipbuilding and ship repair yard in India is the only shipyard in the country to have implemented Integrated Management System for managing compliance with multiple standards in the fields of quality, environment, occupational health and safety. The IMS consists of standards such as ISO 9001:2008, OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004. CSL is a Mini Ratna Company, having reputation in domestic and international markets for timely completion and quality workmanship. CSL has the capacity to build first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier for the Indian Navy and can also build and repair ships upto 1,10,000 DWT and 1,25,000 DWT respectively. The yard has proved its capabilities in shipbuilding by constructing a number of large and small ships, which include 75000 DWT Panamax type bulk carriers, 86000-93000 DWT crude oil Tankers, 30000 DWT bulk carriers and large number of small crafts of various specifications. Presently, construction of 17 Platform Supply Vessels/Anchor Handling Tugs for various Owners are progressing in the yard along with the construction of prestigious Aircraft Carrier for Indian Navy. The yard commenced ship repair operations in 1982 and since then a wide variety of ships were repaired in CSL. These include up-gradation of vessels/structures of Oil 9

exploration industry, periodical lay up repairs and life extension of ships of Navy, Union Territories of Andaman & Lakshadweep, Coast Guard, Dredging Corporation of India, Fisheries and Port Trusts, besides merchant fleet of SCI & foreign flags. Personnel strength of the Company as on 01 Jan 10 was 1926 comprising 270 Executives, 192 Supervisors and 1464 Workmen. The shipyard is making net profits continuously for the last 15 years. Net Profit after tax for 2008-2009 was Rs. 160.07 crores as against Rs.93.85 crores reported for the year 2007-2008, which indicates a tremendous growth potentiality in the performance. For the year 2008-2009, CSL has declared and paid dividend @ 10% on equity shares and 7% on its preference shares. The total outgo for dividend and dividend tax is Rs.23.01 crores. The company has also redeemed Preference Shares worth Rs.40.00 crores during the current year. Details of major schemes proposed to be taken up during XIth Plan along with the proposed Annual Plan allocation for 2010-2011 is given below:(Rs. in crore) 2010-11 B.E.

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Schemes to be funded through Internal Resources Modernization of existing facilities renewals & Replacements Miscellaneous Capital expenditure Small Ship Division Dry Dock Total - I Schemes to be funded through IEBR Additional facilities for construction of ADS Multi storied office complex Total II Grand Total (I+II) IEBR

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HOOGHLY DOCK & PORT ENGINEERS LTD. Hooghly Dock & Port Engineers Limited (HDPEL) situated at Kolkata, is one of the oldest shipyards in India and specialized in small/medium shipbuilding. It was established in 1819 in private sector and called as Hooghly Docking & Engineering Company Ltd. Subsequently, on merger of the Port Engineering Works (PEW) which was with M/s Andrew Yule & Co., with Hooghly Docking & Engineering Co. Ltd., the Hooghly Dock & Port Engineers Ltd. (HDPE) was formed. As both the units of the Company had been suffering heavy losses for want of fresh investment and modernization, through an Act of Parliament entitled The Hooghly Docking and Engineering Company Limited Acquisition and Transfer of Undertaking) Act 1984 Government of India had nationalized the Company so as to utilize the 10

available infrastructure through necessary investment for modernization and increase the capacity for shipbuilding and ship repair in the country. The nationalized Company had remained with the Ministry of Industry till 27.7.1986, thereafter transferred to the Ministry of Surface Transport and now under control of Ministry of Shipping. The Company is engaged in shipbuilding and ship-repairs activity. The Authorized Capital and Paid-up Capital of the Company stood at Rs.30 crores and Rs.28.61 crores respectively as on 31.3.2009. The Shipyard is continuing to be a loss making Company since its inception except during the year 2002-03, 2003-04 & 2006-07 when it has shown some operating profit. The Net loss during the year 2008-09 was Rs.52.73 crores. The details of major schemes proposed to be taken up during the 11th Plan along with the proposed allocation for the year 2010-11 is given as under:(Rs. in crores) 2008-09 BE 2009-10 10.00 10.00 18.81 18.81

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Objective and Goals: Implementation of above schemes will help the yard to modernize some of its machinery and resulting an increase in production. INLAND WATER TRANSPORT Many inland waterways comprising rivers, canals, creeks, backwaters etc of the country can be developed as viable mode of Inland Water Transport (IWT) which is fuel efficient, climate friendly and cost effective, particularly, for transportation of bulk cargo like coal, cement, steel, fertilizers, POL products, iron-ore, fly-ash, over dimensional cargo etc. However, development of this mode remained neglected in the country for many decades due to which it lost its significance in the overall inland transport network. Now, with impressive economic growth of the country, rail and road modes are fully saturated and congested, specially for transport of such bulk cargo. Therefore, major thrust is being given for development of this mode. Inadequate infrastructural facilities such as depth and width required for movement of inland vessels for round the year operation, terminals for loading and un-loading of cargo, navigational aids for safe navigation during day and night and dearth of inland vessels for carriage of cargo have been the constraints facing IWT sector. Therefore, major thrust is being given on creation of these infrastructure and at the same time on the augmentation of IWT fleet primarily by IWT sector. INLAND WATERWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA (IWAI) The Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) was set up in 1986 for development and regulation of inland waterways. For executing projects for development of National Waterways (NWs), IWAI receives grant from Ministry of Shipping (MoS). There is also

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a new Central Sector Scheme for development of IWT in North Eastern states under which funds are released to States by MoS but assistance in sanctioning and implementing the projects by the State Govts is provided by IWAI to MoS. IWAIs primary responsibility is development and regulation of NWs for shipping and navigation. In this process, the Authority carries out surveys, bandalling and dredging for improving/maintaining depth in navigational channel and provides other infrastructural facilities, namely, terminals and navigational aids on national waterways. It also undertakes techno-economic feasibility studies and detailed project reports to assess development potential of other waterways. The Authority also advises Central Government on matters related to IWT. There are five NWs namely (i) the Ganga-from Haldia to Allahabad (NW-1, 1620 km), (ii) the Brahmaputra from Dhubri to Sadiya (NW-2, 891 km), (iii) the West Coast Canal from Kottapuram to Kollam with Udyogmandal and Champakara canals (NW-3, 205 km), (iv) the Kakinada-Pudducherry stretch of Canals with Godavari and Krishna rivers (NW-4, 1095 km) and (v) the East Coast Canal with Brahmani river and Mahanadi delta (NW-5, 623 km). These waterways were declared as NWs in 1986, 1988, 1993, 2008 and 2009 respectively. On NW-1,2 & 3, IWAI is implementing projects for providing IWT infrastructure, namely, fairway, terminals and navigational aids with the objective of making them fully functional by March 2012. On NW-4 & 5, however, No funds have been allocated and hence, no developmental activities have been taken up on these new NWs. In place of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for IWT sector (discontinued by the Planning Commission from 1.4.07), a new Central Sector Scheme for North Eastern States only was formulated and its guidelines were circulated by the Ministry of Shipping in 2008-09. In 2009-10 one project of Govt of Mizoram has been sanctioned by Ministry at a cost of Rs. 5.28 cr. The objective of development of inland waterways of the country is their increased utilization for transportation of cargo and passengers to about 20 billion tonne km by 2025 (from present level of about 3.55 billion tonne km). SHIP BUILDING & SHIPREPAIR The main function of the SBR Division is formulation, implementation and monitoring of policies and the effects on the development of the Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Industry in India. SBR Division also undertakes technical scrutiny of Annual Plan proposals for renewal, replacement and augmentation of Shipbuilding and Ship Repair facilities of Cochin Shipyard Limited, Hindustan Shipyard Limited and Hooghly Dock and Port Engineers Limited. National Ship Design and Research Centre, Visakhapatnam (NSDRC), a society which was under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping has now been merged with Indian Maritime University. There is also a scheme for R&D Schemes in Shipbuilding and Conducting Studies, which come under the SBR Central Sector Schemes. SBR Division is engaged in the technical

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scrutiny of the R&D proposals in Shipbuilding received from educational and research institutions. Matters relating to release of funds, monitoring of the progress of the R&D projects, Studies in shipbuilding are also dealt with by SBR Division. Government has been operating a shipbuilding subsidy scheme for Central Public Sector Shipyards intermittently since 1971 with some gaps and modifications from time to time. Government of India had extended the Shipbuilding Subsidy Scheme for both export and domestic orders to all the Indian shipyards including private sector shipyards with the approval of Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on 25.10.2002. The broad features of the Scheme were as follows: 30% subsidy was payable for all export orders irrespective of size and type but limited to sea going merchant vessels of and over 80 meters in length for domestic vessels. Prices to be determined by the global tender in the case of domestic orders. In the case of export orders obtained on price negotiation a Price Reasonableness Certificate to be obtained from DG Shipping. In the case of Public Sector shipyards, subsidy is payable on stage payments received by the shipyard In the case of Private Sector Shipyards, subsidy is payable after the delivery of the vessel This Scheme was applicable up to 14th August 2007. The above scheme expired on 14th August, 2007 and liabilities had arisen for the eligible shipbuilding orders contracts. In implementation of the decision of the Government of India for liquidation of liability for payment of subsidy, this Ministry has issued the modified guidelines dated 25th March, 2009 for liquidation of the liability for payment of subsidy for ongoing eligible shipbuilding contracts entered by Central Public Sector shipyards upto 14th August, 2007, the date of expiry of the subsidy scheme and eligible shipbuilding contracts signed on 25.10.2002 and thereafter by Non-Central Public Sector Shipyards and Private Sector Shipyards upto 14th August, 2007, the date of expiry of the subsidy scheme, to the shipyards who have applied to DG(Shipping) for Price Reasonableness Certificate or Ministry of Shipping on or before 14th August, 2007. The guidelines dated 25th March, 2009 have further been modified and issued on 29th September, 2009. SBR Division is also scrutinizing the applications from the shipyards for in principle approval and for release of shipbuilding subsidy. One of the major programmes under the National Maritime Development Programme, namely, Setting up of International size Shipyards is also being coordinated by SBR Division.

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CHAPTER II FINANCIAL OUTLAYS & PROJECTED PHYSICAL OUTPUTS/OUTCOMES The Budget provisions of Ministry of Shipping provide support for Ports, Shipping, IWT, Shipbuilding and Ship Repair sector. The focus of activities has been on the creation of capacities, augmentation of infrastructure facilities, removal of bottlenecks and upgrading and maintaining the facilities created in these sectors. The Budget allocation for the Ports Sector during 2010-11 is given below:
(Rs. in Crores)

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Ports Major Ports ALHW DCI Sethusamudaram Corp. Ltd. Others Total

Plan Non-Plan GBS IEBR 244.97 1372.15 484.58 17.80 0.00 46.35 0.00 452.00 0.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 115.71 0.00 4.65 388.48 1824.15 535.58

PORTS SECTOR Statement of Outlays and Outcomes Organisation-wise/Scheme-wise details of outlay/outcome of schemes included in Annual Plan 2009-10 are given in succeeding pages in Proforma A. The schemes are funded by Ports largely through IEBR. Wherever government budgetary support is contemplated, the same has been indicated separately.

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PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: KOLKATA PORT TRUST
Sl. No. 1 1 Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable the Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Physical Outputs Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 Replacement/ Refurb- 25.80 The fleet of cargo handling equipment 2.00 3. Reach Stackers/ ishment/Acquisition of KDS is being rationalised with 14 Tractor Trailors of various Cargo replacement/acquisition/induction of to be inducted. Handling Equipment. various equipment Upgradation of Navigational facilities and associated systems 6.10 Procurement of latest state-of-the-art equipment along with other interfacing softwares, remote sensing softwares etc for precision attainment during hydrographic survey and consequent dredging is being taken up by KoPT. Various development works including refurbishment/development of yards, roads, Passenger Terminal, revamping of workshops etc are being executed. 0.75 Multi Beam Echo Sounder to be delivered/ commissioned. Name of Scheme/ Programme Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines

(Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors 9 Scheme is slated for completion by 201011.

7 Would lead to improved cargo handling capability of the port with efficient/ faster servicing of vessels.
Would lead to a more precision stretch/ point oriented dredging there-by aiding in preserv-ation & maintenance of comfort level of the navigable depth in the shipping channel of KoPT

Development, Refurbishment & Reconditioning of Civic facilities and allied Infrastructure in and around dock areas at KDS

49.75

4.75

Development of Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure at KDS (KDS-IT Project)

8.00

Procurement of a Research-cum-Survey Vessel in replacement of RSV Anusandhani under the scheme Modernisation /Replacement of Port Craft"

23.00

Implementation of IT project with customer-oriented focus includes enhancement of Intra-Port communication, on-line processing, management, retrieval etc. of cargo, vessel, berth, equipment, manpower related information profiles,upgradation of existing IT infrastructure and strengthening of the office automation system. Procurement of a Research-cum-Survey Vessel in replacement of RSV Anusandhani is deemed important in view of collection/analysis of bathymetric/ hydrological data along the estuarine and riverine locations of Hooghly for purposes of monitoring/ guaging of adverse morphological river conditions and aiding formulation of effective remedial measures for the same.

0.46

Works worth in excess of Rs.4.5 crore etc expected to register completion by 2010-01. Scheme to be fully commissioned by 2010-11.

Efficient aggregation/ dispersal of cargo to and from the docks and improved yard planning/logistics Greater efficiency of port operation resulting in substantial reduction in transaction time and cost of Vessels/ Cargo.

8 Scheme has been rationalized / pruned with induction of certain equipment being done on hire/ O-O-M basis. Internal processes, including regular contractual monitoring, are in place to ensure timeliness of completion of the scheme. Internal processes, including regular contractual monitoring, are in place to ensure timeliness of completion of the scheme. Internal processes, including regular contractual monitoring, are in place to ensure timeliness of completion of the scheme. Do

.Scheme is slated for completion in 201011

Works are under way. Works valued in excess of Rs.8.00 crore completed in 2008-09. Scheme is slated for completion in 2011-12. Works worth above Rs 4 crore completed in 2008-09.

5.50

Order for the vessel Procurement of a Researchto be placed by cum-Survey craft in April 2010. replacement equipped to collect/analyse bathymetric/ hydrological data for purposes of monitoring and aiding formulation of effective remedial measures for river regime.

TOTAL

112.65

12.46

Note: Schemes not yet sanctioned and having nominal provisions of Rs.1 lakh in RE 2009-10/BE 2010-11, do not feature here.

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PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: HALDIA
Sl. No. 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

DOCK COMPLEX
Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 Overall scheme would lead to an enhanced capacity addition of around 1 MT. Completion of residual components by March 2011. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors 9 Scheme is slated for completion by 2010-11

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Development of Road 30.00 Improvement of port roads and drainage 7.68 infrastructure network in and around the docks. including drainage inside and outside the dock

7 Faster aggregation and evacuation of cargo resulting in quicker ship servicing. This will improve cargo handling productivity.

Construction of Berth No.2 (south end of Berth No.3)

46.80

Construction of berths to increase cargo handling capacity.

4.21

Procurement of 2 No. Stacker Cum Reclaimer for Iron Ore handling

24.37 (being recast)

Procurement of 2 Stacker-cumReclaimers for improved Iron handling capability. Comprehensive study being conducted by Consultant to firm up specification to ascertain optimal utilisation of the capacity of the berth. Construction of berths to increase cargo handling capacity..

4.91

To improve cargo handling capacity by at least two million tonnes per annum. Construction of the Arterial Road and Development of Back-up Area of Berth No 2 expected to be completed by March 2011. Modification/reconstruct ion of SCR track for Conveyor No. 406 at a cost of Rs. 4.97 crore to be completed by July 2010 to facitate placement/commissionin g of SCRs.

8 Internal monitoring and effective project mana-gement would be carried out to ensure progress of the concerned schemes in accordance with the time frame drawn / to be drawn. Faster aggregation/ DO dispersal of cargo to and from the docks with the facility leading to better servicing/ higher number of ship calls. Improved iron ore handling capability of the berth would lead to faster aggregation/ disposal of cargo to and from the docks Faster aggregation/dispersal of cargo to and from the docks with the facility leading to better servicing/ higher number of ship calls DO

Berth has been commissioned in June'07. Scheme is slated for completion by 2010-11 -

Construction of a multipurpose berth no. 13

39.56

0.93

To increase cargo handling capacity by at least 1 million tonnes per annum. Order placement for construction of 5000 sq. m. covered storage shed in the back-up area of the berth expected to be placed by August 2010.

DO

Berth construction is complete. Vessel handling has commenced. Scheme is slated for completion by 2010-11

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Name of Port/Org: HALDIA


Sl. No. 1 5 Name of Scheme/ Programme

DOCK COMPLEX
Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R /Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 space 12.00 To meet requirement of volume of cargo generated from various capacity addition. Works valued in excess of Rs. 10 crore expected to be completed by 2010-11 Develop-ment of Railway connectivity 6.00 Increase capacity and sidings in side the dock through faster aggregation / evacuation of cargo by rail head. Works valued in excess of Rs.5.00 crore expected to be completed by 201011. Improvement of port roads and drainage 5.00 Faster aggregation and net work , illumination in around dock evacutation of cargo resulting in quicker ship servicing. Works valued in excess of Rs.4.00 crore expected to be completed by 2010-11. To improve the draft of Hooghly 2.00 To increase the draft of Estuary (Grantthe river channel in-aid) through capital dredging/other river regulatory measures and thereby obviate the need for routine maintenance dredging 40.73 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 DO

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors 9 Scheme partially accorded sanction in Oct 2008-09.

Cost of Objective/ Outcome the Scheme 2 3 4 Development of 50.00 To increase storage integrated storage area inside docks within the docks

7 Would lead to improved yard logistics and faster and efficient evacuation/aggregation of cargo.

Augmenta-tion /upgradation railway yards facilities

30.00 of (under and enhance ment)

Increase capacity through faster aggregation/evacuation of cargo by rail head

DO

Part estimate of the scheme sanctioned. Work is in progress

Road, Infrastruct-ure, 20.00 drainage and allied (under facilities in and around enhance the dock-Phase - II ment)

Overall scheme would lead to increased safety, productivity and capacity addition.

DO

Part estimate of the scheme sanctioned. Work is in progress.

River Regulatory 936.44 Measures (under for Improvem-ent of revalidat Draft e-ion) in Hooghly Estuary under RR Scheme

Increased utilisation of PIB/CCEA clearance Scheme has been draft of the vessel is awaited. accorded leading to reduced dead environmental freighting, higher ship clearance. calls etc. Revalidation of the scheme being done, report expected by Jan,2010

Total

1177.17

Schemes not yet sanctioned and having nominal provisions of Rs.1 lakh do not feature here.

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PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: PARADIP PORT
Sl. No. 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Deepening Channel

TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors 9 Dredging work was in progress. 10.00 million cum have been dredged out of total quantity of 15 million cum.

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable the Deliverables Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme /Physical Outputs Budget Budget 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 of 253.36 To facilitate handling of 52.02 To enable handling vessels up to 1,25,000 of vessels at the DWT. increased draught up to (-)16m from the present draught of (-)12.5m

7 Handling ships upto 1,25,000 DWT as against 65,000DWT vessels at present.

8 Scheduled date of commencement is 18.01.08. Scheduled date of completion is 17.01.09. completion time extended upto 30.04.10.

Replacement & Procurement of Locomotive (4 Nos.)

37.42

To replace the old Locos and to improve productiveity.

10.00

Acquisition floating craft.

of

31.41

To cope up with increased number of ships being handled. To facilitate handling of bigger vessels.

8.27

Enhancement of draught at existing Dock System from 12.5 Mtr. to 14.0 Mtr. to cater PANAMAX vessels

40.00

20.00

Procurement of 4 To facilitate handling of Purchase order has been nos. of 1400 BHP increased rail borne issued to M/s. DLW, Varanasi locomotives. traffic. on 26.02.09 for 3rd Loco. 4th Loco will be procured by March, 2012. Procurement of 45 Facilities providing Work order issued to M/s Ton BP Tractor pilotage and handling Bharati Shipyard on 19.02.08. Tug. operation of SPM. Date of completion 30.04.10 Enhancement of Enhancement of capacity draught from by 5 MTPA. (-) 12.5m to (-)14.0m in the existing dock system.

Two locomotives have been commissioned.

Keel laid. Hull & Deck plating erected

DCI has been requested to revise their offer and to submit their willingness to execute the work at the same rate, terms & conditions as applicable to deepening of channel project.

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Name of Port/Org: PARADIP PORT


Sl. No. 1 5 Name of Scheme/ Programme

TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors 9 Tender discharged thrice due to poor participation.

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines the Deliverables Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme /Physical Outputs Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 8 Replacement of 37.34 To replace the old 10.00 Enhancement of Augmentation of Work order has been issued in Reclaimer (2 nos.) reclaimers and to improve existing handling reclaiming capacity. favour of M/s. McNally the productive-ity. capacity of 2500 Bharat Engineering Co. GA Tonnes/hour to drawings have been submitted 3000 Tonnes/hour. by the firm. Design is under progress. Expected date of completion -04.06.12. Replacement of 16.30 To replace the old Wagon 3.00 Replacement of Augmentation of tippling Work order for the first one Wagon Tippler Tipplers and to improve existing Wagon capacity. has been issued in favour of (2 nos.) the productivity. Tipplers. M/s. Chennai Radha & Co. Expected date of completion 07.11.2010 (1st one). Installation of dust 8.00 To prevent & control 1.70 Prevention of To prevent & control Work is in progress. suppression environmental pollution environmental environmental pollution Expected date of completion system(DSS) at IOHP caused due to handling of pollution. caused due to handling of 30.06.2010. & MCHP. dry bulk cargo. dry bulk cargo. Extension of 6.00 To increase the stopping 4.00 The present length of Handling ships upto Tendering stage. Breakwater. distance of bigger vessels. existing south 1,25,000 DWT as against breakwater of 1420 65,000DWT vessels at mtrs. will be present. extended further by 100 mtrs. Shifting of CISF 30.00 Stack Yard for PPP 19.02 The total area will Stack Yard for PPP Work is under progress. complex. Projects. be utilised for Projects. Expected date of completion stacking of Cargos 31.12.2010 for PPP berths.Hence, the shifting of CISF Complex is proposed. Construction of Modern Auditorium at Paradip Port. Shifting of existing 33/11 KV Control Room at Atharabanki. Total 8.73 Welfare Programme. 4.73 Welfare Programme. Safety Requirement. -

Tender discharged thrice due to poor participation & retendered again. -

10

11

21.51

Upgradation of control room. -

electrical

7.00

490.07

139.74

The work consists of land development & construction of boundary wall, construction of Administrative Building, Armory Building & Residential Quarters. Tender opened on 16.12.09. Tender has been Evaluation is under progress discharged twice due to poor participation Tender floated on 04.12.09. -Scheduled date of opening of tender is on 15.02.2010 -

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PROFORMA-A
Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM
Sl. No. 1 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) PORT TRUST


Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) DEEPENING CHANNELS/BERTHS Phase I Deepening of 28.70 To facilitate handling of lightened panamax 0.01 vessels at Inner Harbour berths thereby easing Inner Harbour entrance congestion at the General cargo berth at Outer channel and turning Harbour. Estimated savings of 90 ship days to circle to cater to 11 coking coal vessels by reducing TRT. mts. Draft vessels Additional capacity 0.80MT. The facility is
completed

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Dredging of Inner harbour, LPG berth and outer channel turning circle completed. on 2.11.2009 . Board approved for closing the contract in the meeting held on 2.11.2009

Total Dredging Saving in shipdays for Work commenced Quantity Soft Soil coking coal vessels on 31.7.2007 and 2.62 L Cum Rock completed by 0.42 L Cum 2.11.2009

Phase II - Deepening of Inner harbour entrance channel and turning circle draft from 11.0 m to12.5 m

70.00

To accommodate vessels upto 12.5 mts. Draft at inner harbour.It will enhance the capacity 1.2MT in the resultant ship days saved (120 days)

Draft at Inner Harbour Enhance the capacity by Completion of entrance channel and 1.2 M.T work : October turning circle after 2010 completion of Phase I and proposed draft in phase II Exist Proposed Ph.II Ent. Channel 11.80m 13.5m Turning circle 12.35m 13.5M Soft Soil 8.50 L Cum Rock 1.03 L Cum

NIT issued on 22.9.09. Tender opened on 18.11.2009. Single tender received and rejected.NIT issued on 23.12.09 and due date for opening is 28.1.2010.

i) Northerm Arm.

48.16

(40.00)

Quantity -12.10 13.75 2.85 L Cum.

3.

Phase III - Deepening of Inner harbour entrance channel and turning circle to facilatate 14 mtrs draft

50.00

To bring vessels of draft 14.0 m to Inner Harbour

5.00

Dredging of Northerm arm will be taken up after completion of strengthening of 5 berths in the first phase. IH Channel-13.500m to - Enhance the productivity Completion of Geo technical 16.10m IHTurning by handling panamax work: December investigation completed. circle-13.5m to-16.10m vessels. 2011 Geo technical Preparation of estimates Soft Soil 6.45 L Cum investigation are in progress. Rock 3.05 L Cum completed.
Improvement in depth to 22mts in outer channel, 21 mts in approach channel and outer harbour turning circle, 20mts in ore berth and 21 mts in OSTT Berthing of large size iron ore vessels with 18.1 mts.Draft and improvement of average ship output per birthday to 60000 tonnes per day as against 40000 tonnes per day and saving in ship standing cost @ $ 40000 per day and expected saving in the freight to the capacity augmentation by 1..1 MTPA

2. 1

Construction/Reconstruction of Berths To upgrade capacity to accommodate 200000 Outer Harbour DWT iron ore vessels enables berthing of Expansion Project Large size iron ore vessels with 18.1 mts (Berth upgradation draft and improvement on ave.. ship output and other for berthday to 60,000 tonnes per day as infrastructure against the existing 40,000 tonnes per day facilities) and saving in ship standing cost @ $40,000
per day and Expected saving in the freight to the user Rs. 14 crores. (Expected date outcome June' 2012)

Competion of Phase 1 and Phase II services and main project by June 2012

Board recommended to withdraw the project from JICA and execute the same from Internal Resources.Ministry was requested to withdraw the project from the scope of the JICA

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 2 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Development of WQ7 berth including mechanised handling facilities. On DBFOT basis Cost of the Scheme 3

PORT TRUST
Processes/ Timelines

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Deliverables Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R /Physical Outputs Budget Budget 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 To facilitate handling of additonal 1)Length of Berth: To handle 4.45 MTPA DBFOT traffic by augumentation of capacity by 280M 2) 4.54 MT. Designed dredged depth (-)16.0M 3) Permissible draft (initial) = 12.5M Ultimate = 14.0M To facilitate handling of lightened panamax vessels at Inner Harbour berths.Optimal utlisation of scarce water front by accommodating Panamax vessels thereby increasing the operational efficiency. Expected capacity addition 0.42 MTPA. (Expected date of Outcome Febrauty 2011 20.00 EQ 5 & EQ6 - Soil Stabilisation with cement grounting WQ1 to WQ3: By providing one row of piles and with TDiaphragm wall on the rear side. Estimated quantity to be dredged 1.00 lakh cum. EQ7 Soil Stabilisation with cement grounting WQ4 & WQ5: By providing one row of piles and with TDiaphragm wall on the rear side. 1) Length of Berth: 255M (including 40M already constructed as a part of WQ7 2) Designed dredged depth(-)16.0M 3) Permissible draft (initial) = 12.5M Ultimate= 14.0M

Objective/ Outcome

3.

Strengthening of EQ5 & EQ6, WQ1 to WQ3 berths to cater to 12.5 mts draft vessel

8 RFQ Opened on 18.12.2009. SFC / CoS meeting held on 20. 01.2010. Expected date of signing of Agreement April 2010 To facilitate handling of Work order lightened panamax issued on vessels at Inner Harbour 11.08.2009. berths. Completion is 18 months from date of award.

9 RFQ issued on 21.08.2009 RFQ opened on 18.12.2009 Seven applicants submitted their applications are under evaluation. SFC / CoS meeting held on 20. 01.2010. Work order issued on 11.8.09..Work is in progress. Physical progress is 5%

Strengthening of EQ7,WQ4 & WQ5 berths to cater to 12.5 mtrs draft vessels

21.00

Optimal utilisation of scare water front by facilitating handling of lightened panamax vessels at Inner Harbour berths .(Expected date of Outcome February '12)

0.05

To facilitate handling of lightened panamax vessels at Inner Harbour berths.

Commecement of Will be taken up as a work : March second stage of 2011. strengthening. Completion of work: March 2012

Development of WQ6 berth in the Inner Harbour for Multi cargo (DBFOT basis)

114.50

Enhancement of additional capacity to facilitate handing of additional traffic of CP Coke, LAM coke, Steel and Granite blocks.

DBFOT

For handling CP Coke, LAM coke, steel and Granitre. Additional cpacity : 2.08 MTPA

Signing of VPT Board approved for concession selection of H1 bidder. agreement: Feb, LOA issued 28.12.2009. 2010 Modified LOA scheduled issued on 18.01.10 Signing of concession agreement: Feb, 2010

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 6 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 1)Length of Berth: 160M 2) Designed dredged depth (-)16.0M 3) Permissible draft (initial) = 12.5M Ultimate = 14.0M Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Signing of concession agreement February 2010 and expected date of completed June 2011.

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Construction of 55.38 To facilitate handing additional terrific DBFOT EQ10 berth in Inner of 1.85 MTPA of Bio-diesel, Edible harbour for Chemical oils, Caustic soda and other chemicals and Liquids (DBFOT by augmentation of capacity basis) (Expected date of outcome June '2011)

7 For handling chemicals and other liquids. Additional capacity 1.84 MTPA

Construction of berth WQ8 in the Inner harbour for Alumina export (DBFOT basis)

208.87

To cater to 4.56 MTPA Alumina exports and other dry bulk

DBFOT

1)Length of Berth: To handle alumina, caustic 280M soda and Gypsum 4.56 2) Designed dredged MT. depth (-)16.0M 3) Permissible draft (initial) = 12.5M Ultimate = 14.0M

Development/Strength ening/ Modification of Berths and jetties (Extension of WQ1 return end in replacement of RCC lay by jetty Development of SBM facility for crude oil (HPCL)

20.00

Extension of WQ1 return end in replacement of existing RCC lay by jetty for handling costal cargo and berthing of Harbour crafts

10.00

The total length of the berth is 218 M which includes the extension of WQ return end including end protection. SBM facility March, 2012

SFC/ CoS meeting held on 20.01.2010. RFQ opened on 18.12.2009. Expected date of signing of Agreement April 2010. Expected date of completion March 2012 Will enable to handle 12 months from NIT issued and tenders Timber/Steel(Coastal) of the date of opened on 2..12.09 are 0.14 Lakh tonnes per placement of work under technical evaluation annum order. Expected date of completion March 2011

9 Approval of Ministry received vide Ministry of Shipping Letter dt. 07.10.2009Bids opened on 25.09.09 and put up to Board on 16.12.09. Revised offer of Hi bidder will be put up for Board approval. RFQ opened on 18.12.2009 .Seven applicants submitted their applications and are under evaluation.

800.00

10

Providing additional oil facilities Upgradation OR -1and OR-II berths in the Inner Harbour

50.00

The project will facilitate the Oil companies to deploy VLCC's for handling crude oil to meet the refinery expansion requirement will enable the oil companies to handle 15 MTPA of crude oil from SBM by deploying VLCC's thereby achieving savings in freight cost to the tune of Rs.50 crores per annum To facilitate handing of additional traffic of POL cargo by augmentation of capacity 2.0 MTPA

0.00

by Enable the oil companies to Token provision Token provision made handle 15 MTPA of crude made MOU oil. entered with HPCL on 31.3.2008

0.05

Handling of petroleum products of 2.0 MTPA and cater to higher draft vessels.

Feasibility study entrusted to IPA.

was

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 11 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6
Construction of two berth of 280 mtrs. length of berth with slope protection with a draft of 14 mtrs. draft for facilitating handling of panamax vessels at Inner Harbour and installation of integrated machanised handling facilities to cater to loading of steam coal and thermal coal to the neighboring ports Construction of two berth of 280 mtrs. length of berth with slope protection with a draft of 14 mtrs. draft for facilitating handling of panamax vessels at Inner Harbour and installation of integrated machanised handling facilities to cater to increase in demand for import of steam coal

Rs. in Crores)
Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Development of EQ1 265.52 To facilitate capacity for loading of DBFOT A On South side of steam coal and thermal coal panamax EQ 1 in inner harbour and handy max vessels in the Inner on DBFOT basis. Harbour Capacity addition: 7.4 MTPA

7 8 Loading of Thermal coal RFQ placed in and steam coal to the website on neighboring ports. 20.11.09. Due Capacity addition: 7.4 date of MTPA applications 25.01.2010 Upfront tariff proposal sent to TAMP on 06.01.2009 Import of steam coal of RFQ placed in 7.4MTPA website on 20.11.09. Due date of applications 25.01.2010 Upfront tariff proposal sent to TAMP on 06.01.2009 As shown below

9 -

12

Development of EQ1 berth on South side of East Quay by replacement of EQ 2 berth in Inner harbour on DBFOT basis

269.71

To facilitate capacity for import of steam coal panamax and handy max vessels in the Inner Harbour Capacity addition: 5.95 MTPA

DBFOT

13

Modification of Outer Harbour layout to improve tranquility conditions 3a) Consultancy study for Outer Harbour expansion Project

31.53

As shown below

1.00

As shown below

As shown below

(18.22)

a) Consultancy study for Outer Harbour expansion project: Enables the port to under take the main project - "Outer Harbour expansion Project" Outcome is shown under the main scheme at Sl. No.6 of the New schemes

1) Detailed Estimates and tender documents for the main project - "Outer Harbour expansion Project"

Enables the port to under take the main project "Outer Harbour expansion Project"

Action will be initiated for entrusting project management consultancy and tendering after receipt of Ministry approval for withdrawing the project from the scope of JICA

Administrative approval and expenditure sanctioned (AAES) to the project received on 14.11.2007. Ministry was requested to permit VPT to withdraw the project funding from the scope of JICA

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 14 Cost of the Scheme 2 3 Extension of Container 120.00
terminal for augmentation of existing capacity

PORT TRUST
Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.00 Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Name of Scheme/ Programme

Objective/ Outcome

7 Will enable to port to handle traffic of 6 MTPA of containersied cargo To enhance the capacity by 4.00 MTPA by mechanical handling and to facilities 200000 DWT vessels.

9 Will taken during 12th plan.

3. 1

PROCUREMENT OF EQUIPMENT Mechanized coal 444.10 To enhance the capacity by 5.5 MTP a handling facilities by providing machanised handling and Upgradation of facilities for unloading / staking of the General Cargo coking coal and steam coal and Berth in Outer improvement in productivity of those Harbour of cargoes and to bring considerable Visakhapatnam Port improvement in the environment to cater to 200000 quality. Expected date of outcome: Dec. DWT vessels on 2011) DBFOT basis

DBFOT

The project envisages installation, operation and maintenance. of mechanical handling facilities (like ship loaders, conveyors, mobile hoppers, stacker and BWR etc )at GCB in the outer harbour including development of stacking yard at East yard dumps

Approval of CCI PPPAC meeting held on is awaited 11.11.2009. Concession Approval of CCEA is Agreement awaited. March 2010. Environmental clearance received on 1.09.2009.

Strengthening of WQ 7 berth by providing additional anchorage system with RCC Diaphram wall.

30.00

0.00

3.

Mechanised facilities 217.50 at Inner harbour for Fertilisers (DBFOT Basis) Mechanised cargo 100.00 handling facilities at 2 berths at inner Harbour (BOT basis)

To install shipside mechanised facilities for handling a fertilisers finished products there by increase in productivity by 4.3 MTPA To install shipside mechanised facilities for handling a coal and steam coal finished products there by increase in productivity by 6.0 MTPA

DBFOT

(Hire basis)

For mechanisation of fertilisers handling at in inner harbour 2 Nos 140 Tonne rated capacity H.m cranes

Development of WQ7 berth including machanisation considered under BOT basis. Particulate are available at SL no.2 construction and reconstru-ction of berths / Jetties Will enable to handle Date of award of SFC meeting held on fertilisers and fertilisers concession 28.10.2009. finished products of 5.18 March 2010 MTPA Will Enable to handle Installed at WQ On hire basis. coal and iron ore of 2.0 berths MTPA on10.01.09

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Sl. No. 1 5 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 a) High Speed FRP launch. b) Replacement of Oil Recovery and pollution craft c) one mooring launch d) Steel pilot launch e) 2nd Mooring launch f) 350 Ton Dumb oil Barge. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8
a) FRP launch received on 02.01.05, b) Mooring launch received on 7-7-06 c) Oil recovery craft received on 27.4.09 d) Steel pilot lauch is expected by 14.09.10. e) 2nd mooring lauch is expected by Feb 2010 f)FRP launch: Work order issued on 6.10.08 Expected date Feb 2010. g) Steel Dumb oil barge : price bids opened on 19.10.09 and is under evaluation.

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Procurement of barges 8.40 FRP launches, Oil recovery craft, 5.00 and launches Mooring launch , Steel Pilot launch, and 350 dumb oil barge will meet the addl. requirement for the increase in vessel related traffic.

7 FRP Launch, Mooring Launch and Steel Pilot launch will meet the addl. requirement for the increase in vessel related traffic. Oil recovery craft will enable to recover oil spills from port waters.

9
FRP launch received on 02.01.05, 2) Oil recovery craft: received on 27.4.09 3) Mooring launch received on 7.7.06. 4) Steel Pilot launch: Expected date of delivery 14.09.10 5) 2nd mooring launch: Work order issued on 2.8.08. Date of delivery Feb, 2010 6) FRP launch is expected by 5.02.10 7)350 Ton Dumb Oil Barge: Price bids opened on 19.10.09 and is under evaluation.

Modernisation of Ore handling complex/ replacement of stacker, etc.

45.00

Stacker will enable the port tostack 4.0 MT of iron ore facilitate to handle the Iron ore and pellets traffic of 15.7 MTPA through Outer Harbour

11.00

2700 TPH Stacker

Stacker will enable the Tenders to be Tenders to be re-invited port to stack 4.0 MT of re-invited iron ore.

Procurement of Bucket Wheel Reclaimer as a replacement Replacement of 2 nos. BP tugs in replacement of Swarna and Netravathi Improvement to power supply system

15.00

83.19

10.00

To replace the existing outlived BWR, to avoid break downs and increase in operational performance in ore handling to reclaim 3.0 MTPA of iron ore Anticipated no. of ship calls during 2011-12. Part of the requirement will be met by the procurement of 2 nos. of 50 tons BP tugs as a replacement of 30 ton tugs To improve the existing power supply system to meet the requirements

5.00

Rail mounted To reclaim 3.0 MTPA Tenders to be Tenders to be re-invited Bucket Wheel of irone ore re-invited Recalimer of 4000 TPH for OHC. 50 ton Pull Tug Bollard Anticipated no. of ship Expected date Work order issued on calls during 2011-12 is of outcome 5.03.2009 to M/s HSL, 2576 part of the July 2011 Vsp.
requirement will be met by the procurement of the tug.

24.00

3.55

The following works It will enhance the are taken up existing power supply a)Replacement of system panels at TT7 & TT9; b) Procurement of HT&LT panels c) procurement of 132KV control panels

a) Replacement of panels at TT7 and TT9 : Work completed b) Procurement of HT&LT panels : T Work completed c) procurement of 132KV control panels:Work complted

1) Replacement of panels at TT7 and TT9: work completed 2) Procurement of HT&LT panels: Work completed. 3) Procurement of 132KV control panels: Work completed.

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Sl. No. 1 4 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8
The scheme taken up by NHAI under Joint Venture and road commissioned on 15-12-06. Provision exists for additional works viz.1)Addl ramp, 2) Four laning of Port connectivity road in Marshy Zone of Port connectivity road 3) Strengthening of existing 2 lane road between Y junction to Convent Junction including rehabilitation of Bridges. 4) A Flyover from Y junction to industrial By pass road with four lane road in the requirement of Ministry of Defence (NAVY)

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) RAIL/ROAD CONNECTIVITY Port connectivity 114.00 Addl. Link road of 12.5 KMs with 1.00 road as a JV with flyover bridges and road bridges to NHAI connect the operational area of the Port ( Additional works) about 7 Kms will be saved for trucks / vehicles arriving to Port operational area enabling operational efficiency thereby savings in fuel consumption and a saving of Rs 5.00 crores p.a. in fuel consumption due to fast evacuation of cargo. Road commissioned on 15-122006

9 For Phase II works of port connectivity road, action initiated to prepare DPR for phase II works by VPRCL (SPV).

1)Fly overs To avoid congestion and including ramps in quick evacuation of cargo 4.9 KMs at rail road level crossing. 2)Two lane road on ground with ground improvement in 4.0 KMs 3) 4 lane road on ground 3.6 KMs Total 12.5KMs

Improvement and development of Port roads.

40.00

Improving operational efficiency of ship shore clearance besides saving to the user by about Rs.15 lakhs by improving existing roads to the required standards and new roads are to be developed to the stacking areas.

5.00

Widening of existing two lane into four lane, Provision of service roads, construction of road bridges and strengthening, resurfacing & regarding the existing roads.

Improving operational Expected date of Sub-schemes in Progress. efficiency of ship shore completion is clearance besides saving June 2010 to the user by about Rs.1.5. Lakhs.

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 3 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Quantifiable Projected Outcome Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 7 The proposal Improving operational envisages fly over efficiency of ship shore with ramps over clearance railway lines along S4 conveyor - Four laning of approach road from industrial by pass road to RCL Junction (3.5 kms) and service road Improving operational efficiency of ship shore clerance Revamping and To meet the railway upgradation of traffic requirement of 50 existing Railway MTPA by the end of 11th system. plan Processes/ Timelines 8 The Scheme is to be taken up DPR will be prepared by NHAI or by engaging outside consultants

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Improvement to road 55.00 Improving operational efficiency of 0.00 infrastructure with ship shore clearance by improving road bridges / fly existing roads to the required standards over bridges Ph.II and new roads are to be developed to the stacking areas. (Expected date of out come December 2010)

9 -

Improvement to Road Bridges and Fly overs Bridges Phase III Improvement to Port railway system

160.00

To reduce to congestion on the port roads Envisages for various improvements to the existing railway system and providing additional railway lines in the operational areas enabling handling additional railway traffic about 3 MTPA.

0.05

35.00

5.00

Development of interchange Yard at Vadlapudi and Reception and Despatch yard at Mindi and associated facilities

81.00

Envisages for various improvements to the existing railway system and providing additional connectivity from Railways. Relives congestion in R&D yard and delay in movement of rakes towards western sector (Expected date of outcome : December 2011)

0.10

To develop the railway facilities by development of Mindi yard with 9 lines, electrification, S & T cabin of Mindi yard direct connecting Duvvada & Simhachalam via Jaggayyapalem to Mindi yard and fly over bridge on NH5 at BHPV

Will taken up after completion of Phase-II roads. Sub schemes Sub-schemes in Progress. completed :14 Sub scheme progress: 5 Estimate stage : 6 Tender stage :4 Expected date of completion is December 2010 Relieves congestion in Feasibility study R&D Yard reduction in prepared by M/s distance of 30 Km RITES . Remarks towards western sector from ECO Railway is awaited.

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 7 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Processes/ Timelines

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Modernization of 25.00 To augment the railway siding facilities 1.50 railway siding by modernisation to cater the increased facilities Rail borne traffic by providing additional railway lines in the operational areas (Estimated date of outcome December 2010)

5 1

Quantifiable Projected Outcome Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 7 Doubling of JP line Additional capacity for (4 Kms) including handling rail borne cargo. development of 5 sidings along JP lines and development of new sidings in eastern sector. OTHERS (Typically include buildings/sheds open storage area, environmental measures, IT upgradation / ERP) Development of Addl. Stacking space including reclamation / Hard surfacing for stacking bulk and container cargo. 21.23 To facilitate additional stacking space of 60000 tonnes. Enhancment the shipshore productivity thus enabling the users to reduce the handling cost. Estimated benefit to the user about Rs.80 lakhs 1.50 1) Transit Shed It will enhance the 4350Sqm 0.26 lakh shipshore productivity tonne capacity reducing in the handling cost Estimate benefit to the user about Rs.80 lakhs.

8 9 Scheme is in Schemes in progress progress Expected date of Sub schemes completion June 2010. completed : 3 Sub scheme progress: 2 Estimate stage : 2 Tender stage :2

Const. of Transit shed was completed on 212-2007.

Information technology project

10.00

To improve productivity in working system of the Port

1.00

Software conversion To improve productivity & Replacement of in working system of the hardware and port. upgradation of Networks Plantation of 15,000 no. of saplings and installation of dust suppression system To acquire land for VPT

Hospital management work is under progress.

Implementation environmental measures

of

11.90

Acquisition of land for construction of quarters

49.00

To mitigate dust pollution and to comply with Environment Management plan in consonance with ISO 14001 requirements. To develop additional stacking area.

1.12

0.01

Acquisition of land adjacent to outer harbour

To develop additional stacking area to enable the port to provide addl. stacking space for container cargo.

0.01

To mitigate dust pollution Expected date of on account of increasing completion of cargo traffic. work : March 2010 The issue is pending with This issue is court. pending with Supreme Court, token provision made towards contingent liability, if any To acquire land of It will enable port to Token provision Token provision made 0.91 acrs adjacent to provide addl. Stacking Outer Harbour space for container cargo.

No. of sub schemes taken up 6 Schemes completed : 3 Under progress : 1 Estimate Stage : 1 Tender Stage : 1 Phy progres : 52% Sub schemes are in progress. Replacment of computers and Procurment and installation of Hardware completed. Hosipital Management Software is under progress. For MDSS Phase-II, Tenders received were cancelled and fresh tenders will be issued. Token provision made

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Name of Port/Org: VISHAKAPATNAM


Sl. No. 1 6 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Environmental upgradation schemes in Phase-II (I) Slope protection work to the southern bank of Inner channel near navigational tower at Dutch battery Construction of Multi-storied building to House Trade center Development of stacking space in place of existing fishing harbour SUB - TOTAL Cost of the Scheme 3

PORT TRUST
Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Work order issued to M/s. Konark Constructions on 21.12.2009. Mobilization work is in progress.

Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

15.00

Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R /Physical Outputs Budget Budget 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 To prevent falling of slopes due to Providing one row 5.00 widening and deepening of Inner of 1200 mm dia harbour channel and to protect the road RCC cast in situ leading to LPG Jetty, HPCL bored piles and installations, HPCL/IOC pipelines load intermittent anchor by the side of the road to ensure safe piles with capping navigation and to safe guard the service beams / slab, rock/ road to LPG Jetty, existing pipe lines gravesl filled behind and to facilitate further deepening. piles and marine (Expected date of outcome: Jan '2012) fixutures. To facilitate the single window system 0.01 to the Port users.

Objective/ Outcome

7 To ensure safe naving action and to safe guard the service road to LPG Jetty existing pipe lines and to facilitate further deepening to cater to 12.5 M draft vessels.

9 Work order issued to M/s. Konark Constructions on 21.12.2009. Mobilization work is in progress.

Will be taken up Token provision made. in 12th plan.

20.00

0.04

Token provision exists in 2010-11.

151.00

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PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI
Sl. No. 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Shore protection measures along Ennore Coast - 13 groynes ii) Project network covering 30.1 km in Ennore Expressway, Thiruivotriyur Ponneri Pancheti Road, Manali Oil Refinery road, Northern segment of inner Ring road, ChPT Fishing harbour road III) R & R and allotment of tenaments to 1824 Project affected families. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Ennore Manali Rs.600 Improving connectivity of ChPT to 1.00 Express way formation crores National Highway Network. of special purpose (Share of vehicle ChPT Rs.139.8 0 crores) loan assistance Rs.110.6 8 crores

7 i)Shore protection measures along Ennore Coast - out of 13 groynes 10 have been completed. ii) TPP Road - 60% LA Completed iii) Allotment of tenament to 1824 PAF in progress. Chennai port Trust has so far paid Rs38.00 crores as on 31.12.09.

Development of Addl. Open storage yard

15.00

This will facilitate storage of additional general cargo volume including car cargo.

0.50

Additional open Balance areas to be storage yard developed / resurfacing developed in West where ever required Quay III, IV Centre berth,S.Q I & II areas

9 The work is being executed by NHAI through a Special Purpose Vehicle CEPRCL wherein NHAI, Chennai Port, Ennore Port Ltd and GoTN are stake holders. Ministry vide letter No. EPL/5/2001-Do(Po) dt 1.10.02 already approved equity contribution of Chennai Port amounting to Rs.38.00 crs. Since the estimate has been revised, SPV/NHAI requested ChPT to enhance the equity contribution to Rs.139.80 crores and also to extend loan assistance of Rs.110.68 crores based on which approval of Ministry was requested for the enhanced equity contribution and extending the loan assistance. Works are being executed in stages. So far 11 components of works have been completed.

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Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI


Sl. No. 1 3 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Deliverables / Timelines Physical Outputs 6 7 8 Scheduled date of Improved Cargo Handling 21 months from completion 7-10- facility of the Port the date of 2002 approval of GA drawings Remarks / Risk factors

a)

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Procurement of 3 Nos. 26.00 The 7 Nos. cranes are in replacement of 0.05 15 Ton ELLW Cranes the old cranes of capacity ranging from 10 ordered on M/s. Jessop - 13 Tons. These high capacity cranes & Co., incorporating the state of art technology are expected to handle more cargoes as the traffic trend appears to be high especially in bulk fertilizers. Further these cranes will be energy efficient as they will use PLCs for various controls Improvement to Oil Handling Facilities at Bharathi Dock. Modernisation of Fire 49.00 The existing Fire Fighting facilities 5.00 Fighting system. installed during 1972 and 1986 as the facilities are found to be inadequate with the increased Oil Handling activity and also have outlived.

9 The firm is likely to complete the commissioning of crane no.1 by March 2010.

Provision of Diesel Modernisation of Fire pump, Installation Fighting Facilities of adequate Fire Fighting equipments like Centrifugal type fire water pumps, water borne firefighting equipment in the form of fire floats or fire tugs etc., to meet the safety requirement of Oil Handling facilities at Bharathi Dock

Fire

The present Tender No. M&E/54/2009/Dy.CME( P) is cancelled due to Administrative reasons. It is proposed to invite fresh Tender under "Turn Key Project" combining Civil, Mechanical and Electrical works shortly under two cover system.

b)

Laying of 42" Pipeline in replacement of 30" dia pipeline by CPCL Multi - level - stack yard for Automobile Export.

9.05

To replace the old 30" pipelines within the Port boundary with higher diametre pipeline of 42". Multi level car parking proposed in its vicinity to exploit the growing demand for car parking area for car cargo

0.01

0.01

Laying of 42" dia pipeline within the Port boundary Multi - level car parking over 10000 sq.m of land and of capacity 5000 cars to be constructed Identification of operator and commencement of works for Project facilities. Mar-13

The work will be carried out by CPCL as deposit work Due to the poor response for tender to the Ro-Ro berth, it is proposed to invite EOI for constructing the Ro-Ro berth along with MultiLevel car parking facility on BOT basis under PPP mode.Six firms submitted their EOI documents.

50.00

0.01

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Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI


Sl. No. 1 6 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Remarks / Risk factors Deliverables / Timelines Physical Outputs 6 7 8 9 By BOT Operator: The work for Port Mar-11 for Port The works for Port New berth of length facilities viz. pheripheral facilities facilities are in progress. 832m along with roads etc., backup area of 35 hectares at East Quay areas. By Port: WBM road in the [peripheries and other Port facilities Schemes merged with EMRIP under SPV and hence this item is deleted. This scheme included under An elevated The work on R & R Jan-12 NHDP Phase VII by the expressway of 19.20 commenced and marking Ministry. km connecting War right of way and other Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Memorial gate of preparatory works are has laid the foundation stone for Chennai Port to underway by NHAI this scheme on 8.1.2009. Maduravoyal running contractor NHAI issued work order on along the banks of 6.1.2009 to M/s. Soma Enterprises, New Delhi for river coovam with execution ofl this scheme on limited entry and exit BOT basis. points
GoTN and Chennai Port will share the R & R cost of the project.

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Development of 495.00 Increase in rated Capacity by of a 8 2.00 Second Container (Port lakhs TEUs per annum Terminal share 100 crore)

Port Connectivity - 50.00 Bridging Gap in EMRIP Project Dedicated Elevated Rs.310 Corridor on NH4 from crores towards Port to Maduravayal

Quick access to the National Highway 4 . Improve the connectivity of the Ports road bound cargo to and from Chennai LA and Port. Volume of Cargo expected 4M R&R Port TEU's by 2011-12. Share
Rs.155 crores in the total estimate of Rs.1655 crores

25.00

Modernisation Chennai Port

of 200.00 Overall plan to facilitate the smooth stage I movement of increasing cargo inside works the Port and to handle future cargo Rs.40 volumes crores

1.00

Strengthening and extension of Rail and road network inside the Port premises including realigning widening of routes and yards

Stage I works to be Mar-10 completed and works are works to be taken up for second stage

stage-I So far 35 components of work are completed and three works are in progress.

10

Creation of Additional Open Space - 60 Hectares by reclamation

200.00

Developmental activities for II container terminal container stacking and also future parking yard

0.10

Total area of 67.8 Reclamation with hectares reclaimed sand is in progress. land. Development of East of East Quay stage - I work 7.8 Hectares stage - II near Gate No.1: 60 Hectares

sea

May-10

Stage II work has not been taken up due to development of Mega Terminal in the same area.

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Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI


Sl. No. 1 11 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Buffer storage area for Catering to the increasing volume of cargo. Development of Facility with rail connectivity in an area about 9 hectares after dismantling old units. Increasing Stage - I and II the capacity work completion.
of JD, SQ I &II and NQ berths. Stage - I work of Modernisation of Jawahar Dock Berths at Chennai port awarded on 11.09.06.

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Development of Back 50.00 Developing an off-dock CFS at an 0.05 up at Sathangadu offAlternative location at TH colony is to be dock CFS finalised. A railway link will be provided from TH colony to Port.

Projected Outcome

Processes/ Timelines 8 Mar-11

Remarks / Risk factors

7 Allotment of land by demolishion of old units and there upon development.

9
CMDA has not allotted land at Sathangadu due to development of steel yard and the same was conveyed by their letter dt. 6.11.2007. Alternative action has been initiated to develop the facility at Tondiarpet Housing Colony.

12

Deepening of 143.00 To Handle Modern vessels with a Draft Channels, Berth and Moderni up to 14.0m / 17.0 m Basins sation of JD 43.54 crores

5.00

March 2010 for stage I works

4.63

Stage - I works -78% physical progress achieved and likely to be completed by March2010.

13

Construction of new 50.00 Jetty at North Groyne

14

Construction of Addl. Berth (Ro - Ro)at Southernend of container Terminal

44.80

One face of the new jetty can be used 0.01 by Navy / coast guard while the other face will be used for berthing the service craft of the port. To handle Ro-Ro and Multi purpose 0.10 vessel.

Berth of 200m length with rated capacity of 1MTPA of General cargo.


An additional Facility with rated capacity of 1MTPA of General cargo. Predominantly handling Ro Ro car carrier. Area (300mx30m) 9000Sq.m. for developing a Ro - Ro berth.

Preliminary stage

Identification of operator and commencement of works for Project facilities.

Mar-13

Port's Ro-Ro berth project has not received any eligible/reasonable offer. To explore the possibility of executing this project, this project has been clubbed with Multi Storied Car Park facility. EOI invited on 25.08.09 and 6 firms submitted their documents and the same are under evaluation.

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Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI


Sl. No. 1 15 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Mar-13 Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable the Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Physical Outputs Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 New berth 200m long 40.00 To handle Oil & other liquid cargo for 0.01 To handle in B.D. operators other than CPCL. additional liquid bulk Cargo. (ie.POL)

7 Identification of operator and commencement of works for Project facilities.

9 To explore the possibility of ulitlising the shallow water front and to develop barge jetties in PPP mode. EOI invited and 7 firms submitted the documents and the same under evaluation. Preparation of estimate is in progress.

16

Construction Marina

of

300.00

Social benefit

0.50

17

18

JV with Ennore Port for handling Dry Bulk Cargo JV with MEPZ for off dock ICD

19

To improve handling capacity by creating facilities where land is available. 50.00 To improve handling capacity by creating facilities where land is available. Creation of Mega 4500 .00 Development of Chennai Mega Container terminal to Port Terminal.To create a new Outer the north of Bharathi Rs.561 Harbour , for clean cargo like Dock under PPP crores containers and other liquid cargoes. mode and Rs.3125 crores, out of estimate d cost of Rs.3686 crores

200.00

0.01

To provide floating Marina and to facilitate berthing of 20 boats Berth Facilities (to be identified) Off dock ICD for container cargo. To develop the break water and 2Km berth by BOT operator and dredgaing by the Port and reclaiming of 100 hectares of land for container parking yard on PPP mode.

Mar-11

Preliminary stage

0.01

Preliminary stage

2.00

Identification of operator Dec-17 and commencement of works for Project facilities.

Master Plan prepared by IIT Madras. Cargo Evacuation Plan being fianlised by i-maritime. Marine soil investigation work carried out through M/s. Coastal Marine Construction and Engineering Ltd. i-maritime appointed as Transaction Advisor Parallel action taken for obtaining security clearance for all the 9 applicants. The design of the breakwater is being reviewed as advised by the Ministry in CWPRS, Pune. PPPAC memo submitted to Ministry on 29.10.09. Quarries for supply of stones identified and necessary 1st year lease amount paid to GoTN.

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Sl. No. 1 20 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 To meet the Container Cargo volumes projection expected in next decade. Creation of additional land - 1,37,400 sqm (13.70 hectares) and developing Marina. Developing valuable storage space. The existing FH basin will meet open storage area. Construction of Marriage Hall & rooms and other facilities. Area:7830sq.m EPZ for industries requiring the use of port facilities. Various agencies for selting up the required facilities. Shopping mall , Fast food shops etc., Elevated Road over WQ road at about 3 Km from Container Terminal to the new Coastal road. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Development of a 750.00 Conversion of JD II, IV and VI as 0.01 third Container container berths. Terminal at WQ on BOT Basis. Construction of Groyne Field South of sand screen. Extension of WQ to the South . Annexing the existing Fisheries Harbour after construction of a new FH its North. Marriage hall at THC. 15.70 Protection of southern shore of Chennai port Cntrolling sea errosion. Creation Additional land. To develop additional parking area to cater to the cargo. Constructing a new FH with all the latest facilities. 0.01

9 Preliminary stage

21

Environmental clearance is awaited

22

75.00

0.01

Preliminary stage

23

100.00

0.01

Preliminary stage

24

8.44

Welfare facilities to the port people.

0.05

25

26

Developing EPZ near Fishing Harbour on BOT Basis. Development of a Modern Cruise Terminal at NQ.
Development of a new trade Convention Centre at New workshop area on BOT Basis. Construction of a New Elevated Road over WQ Road from the Container Terminal to Hazardous cargo shed with connection to the new Coastal road.

100.00

There is a need to set up an export promotion zone Facility for catering to Passenger Cruise Terminal at NQ. Facility will offer private participants to set up various commercial facilities. To facilitate free flow of road bound Cargo especially from the Container Terminal to avoid Congestion on the existing Port roads.

0.01

Committee formed for selection of architect and advisor also appointed. The draft document forwarded to advisor for scrutiny. Preliminary stage

100.00

0.01

Preliminary stage

27

100.00

0.01

Preliminary stage

28

150.00

0.01

Preliminary stage

35

Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI


Sl. No. 1 29 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Remarks / Risk factors the Deliverables / Timelines Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Physical Outputs Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 8 9 Installation of conveyor 42.83 crs This dedicated coal handling system is to 21.00 The entire Project Improved Coal handling 6 months from the The entire Project System for Coal Handling avoid pollution in and around Port Areas completed on facility with pollution date of receipt of including the bubble at Jawahar Dock (East) 18.11.2009 control order i.e 6.9.07. structure completed on Under Modernisation of 18.11.09 CHPT. Provision of 7.5 MW Windmill Operated Power Generators 40.50 The scheme envisages provision of windmill operated power generators at a suitable location as part of a cost restructuring endeavour so as to reduce the electricity charges being paid to Tamil Nadu Electricity Board. 0.01 0.05 Installation of 7.5 Improved services in the MW Windfarm at a Port suitable location Pre-bid meeting held on 28.10.09. Clarifications/Suggestion s sought by the firms were reviewed and the same are under scrutiny. The scope of work is under preparation Ministry's approval and administrative sanction awaited from Marine Department. Revised Budgetary offers to be called for from the firms. Revised Budgetary offers sought from the firms and the same are awaited. Technical Specification is being prepared. Hospital with infrastructure and equipped with 100 in-patient Beds. Dry Dock to handle Harbour crafts and Port visiting vessels Preliminary stage.

30

31

32

Development of Silos complex with conveyor Facilities. Procurement of new 55 T Bollard pull Tug

100.00

0.01

70.00

This High capacity Tug will fulfil the requirements of handling high capacity vessels in view of the development of Second Container Terminal

0.10

33

Procurement of new 3.00 Pilot launch

34 35

Procurement of 1.50 Mooring launch Vetri Construction of 100 20.00 bedded hospital

This launch is required to cope up with 0.10 the expected increase in the number of vessels, consequential to the Modernisation of the Port. This replaces the existing launch which 0.10 has outlived Welfare to the Port Employees and 0.01 dependents for their ailing medical needs. Dry Docking / maintance facilities to 0.01 the visiting vessels and Harbour crafts

36

Dry dock on boat 45.00 basin on BOT basis

Preliminary stage.

36

Name of Port/Org: CHENNAI


Sl. No. 1 37 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Developing an offdock CFS at Pillaipakkam / Meppedu areas of Sriperumbudur SIPCOT Industrial hub on 125 acres of land on 99 years lease basis. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Development of 180.00 Buffer storage area for catering to the 40.00 integrated dry Port increasing volume of cargo. Multimodel logistics hub near SriPerumbudur under BOT basis

7 8 Identification of operator Mar-13 and commencement of works for Project facilities.

9
An area of 125 acres of land at Mappedu was identified in consultation with SIPCOT and an application submitted for allotment of land on 99 years lease with the approval of the Board. Approval of Ministry has been sought for on 23.09.09 for getting the land from SIPCOT on long term lease. Secretary, MoS considered the delay in the allotment of the above land and written a D.O.letter to Chief Secretary of GoTN to expedite the allotment of land.

38

Procurement of 2 nos. 1400 HP Diesel locomotive.

Replacem ent of existing 700 HP Locos with high capacity Locos.

0.01

39

* Extension of S.Quay III berth and modernisation of East Quay Total 58.84

0.07

37

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: TUTICORIN
Sl. No. 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 3.00 Completion of Enhancement of facilities work. for handling cargo and increase in capacity of Port 2.00 Completion of Infrastructure work. development 50.00 17.5 Issue of work order Allow larger vessels of and commencement 60,000 DWT to enter the of work port leading to increase cargo handling capacity 0.10 Issue of NIT and Enhancement of facilities Work Order for handling cargo and increase in capacity of Port. 0.00 (a) Issue of NIT and Enhancement of facilities Work Order for handling cargo 0.10 Issue of Work Order and Completion of work in phases. Completion of work in phases Completion work Faster evacuvation of cargo from the operational area Faster evacuvation of cargo from the operational area of Faster evacuvation of cargo from the operational area of Processes/ Timelines 8 Works will spread over throughout the year Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome the Scheme 2 3 4 Construction of berth 40.00 Additional Capacity No9,

2 3

Usage of Information 5.00 Improvement Technology Dredging the dock 442/538 Improvement basin and channel to cater 12.80m draught vessels Shallow Water Berth 135.00 Improvement Additional Capacity including Barge handling facilities Auxillary facilities - 20/40 Improvement (a) Strengthening of Berths Strengthening of 3.00/5.0 Improvement Service roads Phase 0 -II Integrated coal stack 6.96 yard development Strengthening of railway line to marshaling yard to Hare Island Conversion of HT/LT Over head lines. Improvement of Port Infrastructure 150.00

Subject to the approval of Ministry Port will issue work order

1.70

0.10

9 10

20.00

0.76 7.66

Completion work.

7.Token provision anticipating sanction/ implementation on Outer Harbour Projects and other schemes

TOTAL

65.42

38

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: COCHIN
Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of scheme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective / Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs Projected Outcomes Process/ Timelines Remarks/Risk factors

1 1

2 3 ONGOING SCHEMES Reclamation and 30.00 development of land at South end of W/Island

4 Enhanced land development. availability for

5 0.50

6 Road and drainage facilities

9 Land development works could be taken up only on finalisation of re development of the land in Port area after commissioning of the ICTT project at Vallarpadam which is expected in June 2010. Construction works in progress. Delay due to delay in land acquisition

Additional land Tendering and award of for development contract & commencement of first phase development works

Rail connectivity to the ICTT Project site at Vallarpadam Replacement of Mattancherry Wharf

298.17

61.14

To provide the essential infrastructure of Rail connectivity to the International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT) Restoration of the damaged Wharf.

10.00 ( BS)

0.10

Rail connectivity to the ICTT project site at Vallarpadam with a route length of 8.86km 250 m. length of wharf

Railway connectivity the ICTT Increased Capacity 1.15MTPA

Construction works to commenced in March 2007. Re-scheduled date of completion -March 2010. Re-scheduled for completion of by March 2010.

Special Economic Zone (1).Approx. 2.2km of direct Road connectivity to Puthuvypeen SEZ. (2).Extension of road and providing drainage facilities (3) Development works. (4) Power supply to Vallarpadam & Puthuvypeen (5) Development works such as drainage, comp. Wall, coastal protection, etc. and services like water supply, power supply etc. at SEZs.

1445.40

Developing the Port area as SEZ 17.25 i. Constru-ction of 11KV substation and allied works at Puthuvypeen ii.Maintena-nce of distribution system at Vallarpadam. iii. Providing 11KV cable from Vallarpadam to Puthuvypeen (5) i. Water supply. ii. Providing street lighting to new road at Puthuvypeen SEZ from new bridge to SPM iii. Providing distribution network, service cables, RMU etc. to Vallarpadom SEZ iv. Land development v. Coastal protection

(1).Approx. 2.2km of direct Road connectivity to Puthuvypeen SEZ. (2).Extension of road and providing drainage facilities (3) Development works. (4) i. 11 KV Sub-station ii. Failsafe distribution system iii. Feeding power to Puthuvypeen 5. ii. Street lighting

1. Re-scheduled completion by Feb. 2010 (2) & (3). substantial completion of the works (4) (a)Board approved by Feb.2010. (b)Expected commencement date June 2010. (c) Work duration 12 months Provision of iii. quality power at (a) Commencement higher voltage to by May 2010 the units (b) 6 months completion time. (5) Work commencement by April 2010.

Work in progress. Delay due to hindrance in execution of piles at the collapsed portion of berth for 1. Work in progress. Delay due to delay in land acquisition and delay in execution of work by the contractor

Facilitation being done.

39

Name of Port/Org: COCHIN


Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of scheme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective / Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs Projected Outcomes Process/ Timelines Remarks/Risk factors

Bunkering Terminal

122.45 (excluding financin g post)

Development of a Multi User Liquid Terminal (MULT) in Puthuvypeen SEZ which would serve as the unloading facility for the Bunkering Terminal

0.04

A jetty for handling LPG, Jetty expected to Tendering and award on bunker fuel and other POL be in place only BOT basis including signing cargo, with a capacity of by early 2012. of Concession Agreement 4.10MMTPA

RFQs for Development of MULT on BOT basis invited on 21-07-2009 and five Applicants have been prequalified. The project structure for development of MULT has been finalised and based on that, the proposal for up-front Tariff Setting has been submitted to TAMP on 2411-2009. PPPAC memo and proposal for security clearance will be submitted to the Ministry and draft RFP documents will be issued to the qualified bidders, shortly. Token provision. The proposal is deferred and transferred to 12th Plan. Token provision. The proposal is deferred and transferred to 12th Plan. on

NEW SCHEMES 1 Strengthening and Deepening of EKM Wharf. Deepening of Mattancherry Channel Capital dredging of Channels-Phase-II Strengthening the existing berth. 0.01 -

To facilitate handling of deep drafted vessels To facilitate handling of vessels of draft upto 14.5 m

0.01

Deeper and wider navigational channels

381.25

241.28 (BS)

Cruise Terminal

375.00

Increased Cruise vessel calls at the Port and tourism promotion in the area.

0.04

Deeper and wider Allow large navigational channels container vessels to enter the Port to increase cargo handling. International Cruise International Terminal and Public Plazza Cruise Terminal and Public Plazza

Dredging work. Re- Contract was awarded scheduled for completion in 27/11/2008. Work in progress. April 2010

Redevelopment of Willingdon Island

Optimisation of land resources

0.01

Tendering and award of EoI was invited and a meeting BOT contract and convened on 10/11/2009 for the commencement of Project Briefing and interactions construction. with the interested parties. The project structuring could not be finalised in the above meeting since there was no participation of interested parties in the meeting. Revised proposal is under preparation. Token provision

40

Name of Port/Org: COCHIN


Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of scheme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective / Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs Projected Outcomes Process/ Timelines Remarks/Risk factors

Improvements to water supply system in W/Island. Computerization

15.00

Capacity Augmentation

0.01 a) PCs and Accessories b) Providing NAS for DMS c) Disaster Recovery site of Additional Servers/Storage c) Addl servers/storage d) Renovation of existing computer center e) Resource Empowerment/Training. Bollard pull 45T Reduction service Time

Token provision

13.90

implementation of an Integrated Port Info System

3.40

a) April 2010 b) April 2010 c) December 2010 September 2010 d) March 2011 January 2011

Work in progress

Replacement 2Nos.Tugs

of

81.00

Reduction in Turnaround Time

0.01

in Statuary approval by CoPT Board 31/1/2006. Order placed on 12/9/2006. A date of delivery Ist Tug 11/3/2008 2nd Tug 11.5.08.

After the successful trials of the tugs, the first tug taken over on 22.5.09 and the second tug on 27.8.2009. Both the tugs are in commission .

Installation of 110 KV substation at Mattancherry Halt Replacement and modification of cargo handling equipment Upgradation of Fire fighting/safety system

23.29

To improve quality of power supply

0.0

As per statutory requirement Port has to upgrade the present 11 KV system to 110 KV to meet the existing.

Work completed on 16-3- Energized on 16-11-2008 2008. Token provision

10

50

To improve productivity and reduce cargo handling cost. The existing fire fighting systems provided in the port is pretty old which are to be replaced

0.01

11

20.00

0.01

the tender for Token provision To utilize in house expertise Improvement in Against for a thorough study and overall port appointment of consultant for the feasibility study of fire recommendation management fighting system the response was poor hence it was decided to utilize in house expertise to study the feasibility and put up recommendations.

12 13

Feasibility studies Procurement of one electrical level luffing harbour mobile cranes

34.00

To improve productivity

0.01 0.50

Token provision To increase the maximum For improving Statutory approval CoPT capacity of existing 10T to the productivity Board on 14-2-2008. As the Navys clearance is awaited. 25T proposed crane comes in the flying funnel of Navy, Navys clearance is awaited for to proceed further.

41

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: NEW MANGALORE
Sl. No. 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Quantifiable Projected Outcome Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 7 One No. 10 T Reduction in service time capacity Fork Lift and reduction in standing Trucks has been cost received & commissioned. Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Infrastructure for 17.20 Improvement of loading & unloading of 0.01 Container/Cargo cargo. Improve productivity Handling Equipments and reduction in cost of cargo handling. Capital Dredging for Deepening the Channel and lagoon 390.00 1. Deepening of channel. 2. To facilitate handling of deep draft vessels. 0.05 -

9 Scheme Completed

1. To enable handling Savings in ship days, Feasibility study As per Business Plan the of vessels of draft from savings in freight cost. necessity of scheme has been to be done. 14m to 15.8m. identified in the year 20172. Night navigation. 18. Token provision made for 3. Vessels sailing at conducting Techno Economic any stage of tide. Feasibility Study

Improvement, Strengthening and Deepening of General Cargo Berths Procurement of one Tug Improvement to Port Roads and Development of Storage Yards Construction of New Berth in the Western Dock Arm

9.45

Deepening of berths to facilitate handling deep draft vessel. increase cargo handling capacity, ease congestion at existing berths. Replacement of Tug to increase efficiency/ speed of operations. 1. Improvement of Port Roads. 2. To provide faster evacuation of cargo. 1. To increase cargo handling capacity. 2. To ease congestion at existing berths

0.25

Deepening of berths Savings in ship days, Resurfacing of The study conducted by from 9.5m to 12.0 savings in freight cost. berth & fender M/s. IIT, Madras reveals m. works taken up. that the deepening of berths are not feasible. Procurement of one Reduction in service time No. 32 T. B.P. Tug. and reduction in standing cost Concretisation of Faster movement of cargo existing roads & & to improve operational strengthening of storage efficiencies.
yards by providing paver blocks.

25.00

0.01

50.00

18.00

32 T Bollard Pull Tug received & commissioned. Completion of work awarded under phase I & terminated works.

Scheme Completed

Work in progress.

50.00

0.50

Construction of 3 MTPA additional Berth of 300 m capacity for exim trade. length with a draft of 14 m. Construction Platform.

Development of Marshalling Yard Construction of POL Berth

5.00

1. Improvement of Marshalling Yard area. 2. To increase efficiency/speed of operations. 1. To increase cargo handling capacity. 2. To ease congestion at existing berths

0.50

Approval of Environmental clearance Ministry & is under process. Environmental clearance to be obtained. covered of Better productivity, environment Work -

95.00

5.00

improvement, better customer under scheme are service, faster transactions. awarded & completed. of Construction of 3 MTPA additional Finalisation tender & award of jetty of 330 m capacity for exim trade. civil work after length with a draft approval by the of 14 m. Ministry.

Revised estimate based on the latest rates has been sent to the Ministry for approval. EFC meeting held on 7.1.2010.

42

Name of Port/Org: NEW MANGALORE


Sl. No. 1 9 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Processes/ Timelines 8 Approval of the Ministry is requested for equity participation. Finalisation of tender & award of work and in progress. Remarks / Risk factors

10

11

Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome the Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Physical Outputs Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 Development of Port 1.00 1. To attract & develop Port related 0.05 MOU will be signed 1. better productivity, based SEZ activities. 2. To increase after approval of environment efficiency/speed of operations. Ministry. improvement, better customer service, faster transactions. Construction of 6.00 1. Increase storage facility. 2. To 2.00 Construction of 2 Better productivity, Warehouses/Sheds provide addl. Covered/open storage Nos. of Warehouses environment area 3. To comply with pollution of covered area of improvement, better control requirements. 3500 Sq. M. each. customer service, faster transactions Procurement of 30.00 1. Improvement of loading & unloading 2.00 Procurement of 20 Reduction in service time Harbour Mobile of cargo. 2. To improve TELL wharf crane.. and reduction in standing Crane productivity 3. To reduce cargo cost handling cost.

9 Ministrys Approval is awaited.

Construction of 2 No. of warehouse are under consideration.

Delivery & Budgetary offers for 20 T Commissioning. ELL Wharf Cranes were

received from crane Manufactures. Preparation of Technical Report & FIRR in connection with 20 T ELL Wharf crane is under process.

12

Purchase of Land at Bangalore from Govt. of Karnataka and construction of Trade Promotion Centre, Guest House and Allied facilities. Upgradation of Computer facilities: Campus Networking, Procurement of Servers/Computers/S oftware/ERF etc. Improvement to Port Roads & Development of Storage Yards PhaseII Total

6.00

Improve business activities

0.10

Construction of Trade Promotion Centre, Guest House and Allied facilities.

Construction of Trade Construction of Promotion Centre, Guest Trade Promotion House and Allied Centre, Guest facilities. House and Allied facilities under progress. Campus Networking, Procurement of Servers/Computers/Softw are/ERF etc.

One acre of land has been purchased at Bangalore from Govt. of Karnataka for construction of Trade Promotion Centre, Guest House and Allied facilities. Campus networking, procurement of servers/ computers/ softwares /ERF are under process.

13

6.00

Increase Efficiency of the Port

2.00

Campus Networking, Procurement of Servers/Computers/ Software/ERF etc.

14

20.00

1. Improvement of Port Roads. 2. To provide faster evacuation of cargo.

1.03

Campus Networking, Procurement of Servers/Compute rs/Software/ERF etc. are under process. Concretisation of Faster movement of cargo Award of work existing roads & & to improve operational covered under strengthening of efficiency. phase-II storage yards by providing paver blocks.

Action initiated.

710.65

31.50

43

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: MORMUGAO
Sl. No. 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Cost of the Scheme 3

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors

DEEPENING OF CHANNELS/BERTHS 1 Capital Dredging -14.1 m to -15.1 m 161.00 To facilitate handling of deep draft vessels and obviate tidal restrictions. 0.01 To enable handling of vessels of draft of 14 m and sailing at any state of tide To handle upto 70000 DWT vessels with a draft of 12.5 m 3 Mooring Dolphins dredged to (-) 14.1 m. for handling vessels of 70,000 DWT capacity one berth for handling vessels dredged to (-) 14.10 m. Berth of 300 m length dredged to (-) 14.10m Savings in ship days and freight costs. -

Capital dredging for mooring area

50.00

To enhance cargo handling capacity

5.00

Additional capacity of 2.5 To be completed Work awarded. MTPA for exim trade. by March, 2010

CONSTRUCTION/ RECONSTRUCTION OF BERTHS 3 Construction of additional 3 nos. of mooring dolphins 14.50 To increase iron ore handling capacity. . 4.60 Additional capacity of 2.5 Work to be original tender terminated MTPA for exim trade. completed by and re-awarded. December, 2010

Construction of cargo terminal west of breakwater (WOB) Development of berth no. 7 (PPP)

721.00

To increase iron ore handling capacity. .

0.10

252.00

To increase iron ore handling capacity. .

Additional cargo Concession handling capacity. agreement to signed Aug'2010 Additional capacity of 5 Work to million tonnes completed March 2013.

RFQ document to be be received by 22.01.2010. by

Development Vasco Bay

of

500.00

To increase iron ore handling capacity. .

5.00

be Concession agreement by signed on 22.09.2009. The compliance of the conditions precedent by either party and expected date of commence of construction work on 21.03.2010. Appointment of Independent Engineer is under process. Additional capacity for Feasibility report Port is in the process of exim trade. to be completed rehabilitating encroachers by June, 2010. from the project site

44

Name of Port/Org: MORMUGAO


Sl. No. 1 7 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Strengthening breakwater mole Cost of the Scheme 3 33.00

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Remarks / Risk factors

of

Construction of jetty at barge berth Integrating of berth No.8 with berth No.9 (Phase I)

25.00

14.00

10

Construction of berth alongside breakwater

45.00

11

Construction of a jetty for port crafts and small boats Construction of a jetty for port crafts and small boats

14.50

Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Deliverables / Timelines Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 8 To handle non cargo vessels 10.00 A jetty of 270 m, 22 To decongest the existing Work m wide dredged to - general cargo berths commenced in 10 m August 2008, To be completed by Dec' 2010 To provide berthing facilities for barges 0.01 A jetty of 130 m, 13 Additional facility for m wide dredged to - barge unloading 6.00 m To augment the iron ore handling 4.50 A jetty of 50 m Increase in iron ore Work awarded capacity and POL handling facility. Long and 25 m handling capacity and Completion by wide dredged to - facility for POL handling May 2010 13.10 m in the 1st Phase To handle cruise and other non-cargo 10.00 A berth of 450 m in Increase in cruise and Work to be vessels. length, 20.50 m other non-cargo vessels. awarded by wide dredged to -10 February, 2010 m for handling vessels with draft of (-) 9 m For berthing of port crafts, launces and A jetty of 194 m, 10 Berth for port crafts and Work offshore supply vessels m wide dredged to - offshore vessels. commenced in 7.00 m August 2008, To be completed by March 2010

9 Work re-commenced after suspension of work during adverse weather conditions Planning in progress.

Work in progress

PROCUREMENT OF EQUIPMENTS 12 Replacement Nos. stackers of 3 27.80 To improve productivity of the MOHP 17.00 Replacement of Reduction in service time Work to be In view of the proposed existing 3 Nos. leading to faster turn completed by modernisation of MOHP, Project Management stackers of 3250 around of barges October 2011 Consultant (PMC) has TPH capacity to prepared Detailed Project 4000 TPH. Report which requires
modification of the stackers Techno-Commercial offer for the modification has been invited from M/s. Sandvik

45

Name of Port/Org: MORMUGAO


Sl. No. 1 13 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Upgradation MOHP Cost of the Scheme 3 315.00

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 6.25 Replacement of 2 Reduction in service time Nos. bucket wheel and standing cost. reclaimers, 2 Nos. ship loaders with higher capacity ones and augmentation the conveyor system. Processes/ Timelines 8 work to be taken up in phases and completed by 2014 Remarks / Risk factors

of

4 To enhance the productivity of MOHP

Articulated hydraulic 0.14 telescopic boom mobile crane RAIL/ROAD CONNECTIVITY Connectivity 170.00 15 Port Road NH-17 B and Construction of flyover from Gate No.1 to Tariwada 14

9 Project Management Consultant (PMC) appointed. PMC has submitted Detailed Project Report, which has been accepted. Preparation of detail engineering and tender document is in progress. -

To provide faster evacuation of cargo and improve operational efficiencies..

5.50

to enable Faster movement unobstructed flow of cargo from/to traffic to and from hinterland the port

of Work to the completed June' 2011

be Work taken up by NHAI. by Handing over of the right of way free of encroachments by the State Government of the balance 3 stretches totaling to 1.18Kms -

OTHERS & 16 Remodeling Upgradation of existing railway yards at Harbour including other allied works

59.30

To provide faster evacuation of cargo and improve operational efficiencies..

3.00

17 18

Strengthening breakwater Computerisation port ERP

of of

20.00 13.56

To increase the life of the breakwater For smoother and faster business transaction and other port related activities.

0.01 1.00

(i) To provide a good network of internal roads of about 5 kms. long (ii) To provide additional railway lines for marshalling operations Placing of additional armour blocks Necessary software and additional hardware like computers required for implementation of ERP.

Faster movement cargo from/to hinterland

of Work of the augmentation of railway will be taken up in February, 2010.

Enhancing the life of the To be taken up breakwater during 2011-12 Better and faster Completed customer service to Port substantially in Users leading to better December, 2009 productivity

GRAND TOTAL

2435.80

71.98

13.50

46

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: MUMBAI
Sl. No. 1 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 100.00 i) Award of dredging work. ii) Completion of dredging work Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome the Scheme 2 3 4 Construction of two 1460.52 To increase cargo off shore berths for handling capacity by handling containers at 9.6 million tonnes & Mumbai Port. to handle container vessels of 6000 TEUs.

7 8 9 Issue of LoI to BOT > LoI issued on 08.08.2007 to BOT operator. 25% 08.08.2007. Agreement signed on 03.12.2007 with Ms. completion of operator: Signing of license ICTPL. BOT operator has taken over BPX dredging agreement with BOT work. yard & commenced it on 15.06.2008. EPC operator: 03.12.2007. Commencement: Jan.2008 contract awarded by BOT operator on Completion: June 2011 02.12.2008. Fabrication of Gantry is in Award of dredging work: progress. April 2009. >Dredging contract for MbPT component of Completion of dredging work awarded on 01.04.09. Dredging at berth work : Sept. 2009 pockets is in progress. Filling of Victoria basin 25% completion of commenced from 04.09.2009. dredging : Mar. 2010 Award of dredging contract: Oct. 2009 Completion of dredging work: Jan. 2010.
'>Tender for dredging work re-advertised on 12.12.08 was received and opened on 20.03.09 was processed. The tender was discharged by the Board on 28.04.09. > Tender for dredging work re-advertised & opened on 21.08.09. Shortlisting approved & price bid opened on 11.01.2010 is under scrutiny. > Design for berthing dolphin & mooring dolphin received from PMC. Tender for civil work invited on 03.11.09 and due for submission on 28.12.09 is extended upto 18.01.10.

Construction of second berth for handling liquid chemicals/ specialised grades of POL off New Pir Pau Pier. Dredging and infrastructure development in front of berth nos. 18 to 21 Indira Dock for handling greater capacity vessels.

116.00

To facilitate handling of large vessels of 31,000 DWT & to increase the cargo handling capacity of the port by 2 MTPA.

20.00

i) Award of dredging Dredging. contract & completion of dredging work. ii) Award of civil work.

353.00

To facilitate handling of large vessels of 35000 DWT and to increase the cargo handling capacity of these berths from existing 1 MTPA to 8 MTPA.

10.00

i) Award of dredging Dredging contract & completion of dredging work ii) Award of civil contract

'Award of dredging > Tender for dredging work was invited & work : Mar.2010 opened on 28.07.08 was processed & negotiated twice with the bidder as directed by the Board. However, the tender was discharged by the Board on 27.01.09. > Tender for dredging re-invited on 23.04.09 and opened on 12.08.09. Technical evaluation completed & proposal for shortlisting of bidders is being put up for approval. > Tender for civil work invited on 07.08.08 and opened on 31.07.09 is under scrutiny. Tender to be finalised after finalisation of dredging tender.

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Name of Port/Org: MUMBAI


Sl. No. 1 4 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 0.40 i) Hydraulic model study. ii) Appointment of PMC iii) Invitation of tenders. Projected Outcome 7 Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome the Scheme 2 3 4 Construction Of 5th 612.00 To increase cargo Oil Berth. handling capacity by 17.78 million tonnes & to handle deep drafted larger oil tanker vessels of around 1.50 lakh DWT.

8 Hydraulic model study : Oct. 2009 Appointment of PMC : Nov. 2009 Invitation of tenders : Mar. 2010

(5)

New Cruise terminal 1860.00 To provide dedicated near Gateway of Cruise Terminal of India. international standard.

0.20

i) Forwardal of estimate to Ministry ii) Issue of RFQ iii) Submission of PPAC memo

Forwardal of estimate to Ministry : Aug. 2009 Issue of RFQ : Sept. 2009 Submission of PPAC memo : Jan. 2010

6.

Improvement to port connectivity Improvement of Road & Rail infrastructure (a) Rail infrastructure.

131.00

To provide facilities to improve Rail connectivity.

10.00

Appointment of State Govt. Agency for rehabilitation of project affected families.

Appointment of agency for rehabilitation : Aug. 2009

9 > M/s. CES Ltd. appointed as a consultant on 08.02.2007. >Consultant has submitted final DPR in Sept. 2008 and the same is being processed for Board's approval. Work order issued to M/s. WAPCOS for EIA and RA study and for obtaining environmental clearance. The estimate for construction of 5th oil berth is being processed for Board's approval. The EIA & Risk Assessment draft report submitted by M/s. WAPCOS. CWPRS report on EIA & RA is sent to M/s. WAPCOS. Final DPR from M/s. Zebec Marine Consultant and Services received on 14.01.2009. Clearance sought on 20.10.2008 and 16.10.2008 from Navy and MCGM respectively for the project. Navy has objected for the location of the Cruise Terminal on security ground. Meeting being held with Naval Authorities to sort out the matter > Hutments survey on Central Railway land has been taken up from 31.01.08. MoU with Central Railway signed on 20.01.09. > Maharashtra Govt. has declared the project as Vital Public Project" on 12.12.08. MMRDA has been requested to convey its terms and conditions to carry out rehabilitation scheme. MMRDA vide its letter dated 17.06.09 has conveyed its terms & conditions to make available ready made rehabilitation tenements to shift project affected families. Negotiations are being held with MMRDA for rehabilitation of project affected families

48

Name of Port/Org: MUMBAI


Sl. No. 1 (b) Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Road connectivity

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables / Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 10.00 '39% completion of construction of MbPT internal roads under Phase II Projected Outcome 7 Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

Cost of Objective/ Outcome the Scheme 3 4 38.14 To provide facilities to improve Rail connectivity.

8 '39% completion work : Mar.2010

9 of Road Connectivity - IBP Road Work: Work completed

Development coastal Shipping.

of

50.00

To facilitate handling of coastal traffic.

4.00

Award of Hay Bunder Quay Wall".

on 31.12.2007. Messent Road Work: Work completed 06.10.08. MSR Road Work: Work in progress. Sewer- Fort Road: Work order issued on 10.10.2008. Work in progress. NTOB Road Work: Work awarded on 23.09.09. Site yet to be released. Award of work for Hay Tender reinvited and 1st cover for pre-qualification Bunder Quay Wall : was opened on 29.08.09. 2nd cover i.e. price bid opened on 16.10.09, has been evaluated & tender is Mar, 2010 put up for discharge. Feasibility study for other schemes is yet to be carried out.

Construction Of transit shed at Indira Dock Deepening of main harbour channel

30.00

To improve storage facility

0.01

900.00

To facilitate handling of deep drafted ships at JNPT & MbPT


To replace old outlived gate with new entrance gate for smooth movements of ships.

1.00

10

Replacement entrance gate Victoria Dock. Replacement RTGs. of

of at 3

8.98

0.01

Tender invited on 29.06.09 for appointment of consultant. Tender opened on 18.08.09 has been evaluated & work order for appointment of consultant is being issued shortly. Finalisation of RCE Govt. sanction Finalisation of RCE : Work being executed by JNPT. MbPT's and invitation of to revised Nov. 2009 contribution is 1/8th of cost of common tenders. estimate. portion. Soil investigation and revised estimate are being processed by JNPT. Scheme completed except Scheme completed except for the replacement for the replacement of of rollar path & bottom pintles. Matter is in the rollar path. High Court RTGs with 40 Tonnes under spreader. Deferred for the time being in view of handing over of BPS berth to BOT operator of OCT project. Work will be taken up after BPS berth is handed over back by BOT operator. Work order issued to M/s. Bharati Shipyard Ltd. on 16.08.2007. Caisson Gate is launched & arrived in Mumbai Port for further construction work which is in progress at 6 I.D Deferred for the time being in view of handing over of BPS berth to BOT operator of OCT project. Work will be taken up after BPS berth is handed over back by BOT operator.

11

27.00

To improve the qullity & output of container handling operations To facilitate flexibility in docking/undocking in HDD. To improve the quality & output of container handling operations.

0.01

12

Replacement of caisson gate at HDD.

15.40

4.62

of work : Steel type caisson Reduction in Award gate with dimensions, service time & 16.08.2007 Signing of license agreement : 31.4m x 13.87 m x cost as well. 06.09.2007 9.7m. Commencement : Oct.2007 Completion : Feb. 2010

13

Replacement of two QGCs.

62.50

0.01

QGCs with Tonnes capacity.

40

49

Name of Port/Org: MUMBAI


Sl. No. 1 14 Name of Scheme/ Programme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Projected Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors Deliverables / Outcome Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Physical Outputs Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 8 9 5.52 ELL wharf cranes Reduction in Issue of work order: Work awarded to M/s. TRF Ltd. on 29.12.2006. Laying of crane rail track has been completed. All with 16 tonnes service time & 29.12.2006. Commencement : Dec.2006 the three cranes have been commissioned by capacity. cost as well.
Completion : Feb, 2010 06.01.2010. Scheme completed

Cost of Objective/ Outcome the Scheme 2 3 4 Replacement of ELL 37.40 To improve cargo Wharf Cranes. handling facility. Replacement of Dock Tugs (old) 2 23.10 To improve docking/undocking of ships. To improve transportation for pilot.

15

0.42

Dock Tugs with 12.5 Improvement tonnes Bollard Pull in service time Highly & reduction in Manoeuverable. cost. Steel Hull Twin Screw type convensional fixed pitch propulsion Pilot Launch with 950 bhp. -

16

Replacement of Pilot Launches.

14.90

3.87

Issue of work order :04.01.2007 Commencement : Jan.2007 Completion : Completed in May 2009 of tender Improvement Invitation in service 26.06.2007 Receipt of tender : time. 14.12.2007. Commencement : Mar. 2008 Completion: Feb. 2010

Dock Tugs Ranveer & Rahul commissioned by May 2009 & working satisfactorily since then. Scheme completed.
Work order issued to M/s. Dempo Ship Building & Engineering Pvt. Ltd. on 03.03.08. Keel laying completed for all the launches on 20.06.08. Two launches commissioned. Remaining two launches have been launched at Vishakhapat-anam and are expected to be arrive in Feb. 2010.

17

Procurement of dredging tugs.

18.00

To maintain the depth of water in the harbour to accommodate ships of suitable size.

1.50

Improvement Preparation of estimates To be executed in 12th Plan in service and specifications. time. Preparation of estimates Traffic Manager's decision is awaited. and specifications. To be executed in 12th Plan

18 19

Replacement of 3 nos. high capacity ELL wharf cranes. (New)

40.00 21.00

To improve cargo handling facility. To improve docking/undocking of ships. To handle dry bulk cargo effectively To improve transportation for passengers. To provide safe navigation and survelllance of Mumbai harbour with state of the art VTM system.

0.01 0.01

Replacement of dock tugs. (New)

20

21

22

Development of dedicated dry bulk terminal. Procurement of 1 no. Passenger Launch in replacement of M.L. Kamini. Replacement of VTMS.

35.00

0.01

Scheme is being executed on BOT basis. RFQ invited on 02.07.09 is under scrutiny. Improvement Preparation of estimates Scheme at preliminary stage. in service and specifications. time.
Navigational facility to ships visiting to Mumbai Harbour and system is also meant to comply ISPS Code.

8.00

1.00

36.41

20.00

VTM System with seemless integration with Radar Sensors, RDF, DGPS, CCTV, VHF and Ais sub system for surveillance and safe navigation of Mumbai Harbour.

Technical evaluation of tender : June 2009 Placement of work order : Oct. 2009 Delivery of system : Aug 2010 Commissioning Oct, 2010

Tender advertised on 19.10.08 was opened on 23.01.09, scrutinised and shortlisting approved by the Board on 22.09.09 and price bid opened on 30.09.09 was scrutinised, approved by the Board on 27.10.09. Work order issued on 29.10.09 & contract agreement signed on 03.11.09

Total

192.60

50

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011) Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL NEHRU PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of the Scheme Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 1.00 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 To enable handling of vessels of draft up 14 m by making use of tidal window. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Award of Soil Investigation work: April, 09. Appointment of PMC: Aug., 09 Remarks / Risk factors

1 2 3 Deepening of channels / berths Deepening and 1 widening of Approach channel to JNPT Relocation of MbPT Ancharage has been merged in this scheme.

4 To accommodate vessel having draft around 14.50 m. the approach channel to JN Port is to be deepened and widened.

7 -

9 Validity of the proposal called has been expired .Port is in process of Reestimation after Geotechnical investigation. Soil investigation work is completed. Proposal for appointment of PMC are is submitted to the Ministry. approval is awaited.

Construction / reconstruction of Berths Nil Procurement of equipment 2 Acqusition of 3 nos new Super Post panamax size RMQCs and shifting of existing 2 nos of RMQC from MCB to SDB Allied electrical works 3 Acquisition of 6 Nos. of RTGC

To acquire 3 new RMQC by replacing 2old RMQCs to handle increased container traffic.

25.00

Capacity addition of 0.30 MTEUs per year is expected

Time scheduled can be finalised after receipt of approval from the Ministry

The work is terminated. Revised estimate is submitted to the Ministry for approval. Approval is awaited.

0.10 Acquisition of container handling equipment for cargo handling. 0.01 Increased cargo handling in container yards. Incraesed cargo handling in ICD yards. Replacement of port owned tugs after completion of economic life. The scheme is reviewed in view of the Report of National Tribunal Award on manning scale. Completion of Work is in progress. work: Feb, 2011. NYA Scheme is at planning stage. Token provision. NYA

Replacement of 1 RMGC on line No. 1&2 Replacement of Port owned VIP launch (APPURVA)

Replacement of container handling equipment after completion of economic life. Replacement of container handling equipment after completion of economic life.

19.50

0.01

51

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 6 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Acquisition of one no. new super post Panemax size RMQC at MCB and shifting of existing one no. RMQC to SDB. Replacement of one no. RMGC. Replacement of three nos. of RMQCs procured in 1989 with super Post Panamex size RMQC Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 31.30 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Capacity addition of 0.10 MTEUs per year is expected Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

4 To acquire one RMQC to handle increased container traffic.

7 -

8 9 Completion of Work is in progress. work: Feb, 2011.

Replacement of container handling equipment after completion of economic life. Replacement of container handling equipment after completion of economic life.

0.01

100.00

Acquisition of four nos. of RTGCs.

Acquisition of RTGC to increased container traffic.

handle

0.01

Increased cargo handling in ICD yards. Replacement of container handling equipment after completion of economic life. Capacity addition of 0.10 MTEUs per year is expected. Increased cargo handling in container yards. It will facilitate movement of the increased cargo to be generated at the Port. It will facilitate movement of the increased cargo to be generated at the Port. Electrification : 28 Kms.P Way Length : 3.50 Kms.

NYA

Scheme is at planning stage.

Award of work Work is awarded and :Feb,2010 under mobilisation

NYA

Scheme is at planning stage.

Rail / road connectivity 10 Additional Railway line at JN Port.

To provide Rail facilities in port area

infrastructure

0.01

NYA

Scheme is at planning stage .Token provision. Scheme is proposed to be taken up by the Railways. Scheme is at planning stage. Token provision. Scheme is proposed to be taken up by the Railways.

11

Construction of additional rail lines in Jasai Yard and holding yard and extension of electrification.

To provide rail infrastructure facilities to sort cargo terminal wise

0.01

NYA

52

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 12 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Construction of sorting yard for handling mixed trains. Merry go round linkage in JN Port. Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.01 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 It will facilitate movement of the increased cargo to be generated at the Port. Length:3 Kms It will facilitate movement of the increased cargo to be generated at the Port. Length 7.50 Kms. It will facilitate movement of the increased cargo to be generated at the Port. Widening of Road 7 Kms Development of pariking : 12 Ha Additional road links : 3 kms. Additional gates : 4 nos Development of area around gates :4 Ha Other allied works It will provide safe and faster movement of cargo on roads Length of about 2.70 Kms Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 NYA Remarks / Risk factors

4 To provide rail infrastructure facilities to sort cargo terminal wise.

7 -

9 Scheme is at planning stage. Token provision. Scheme is proposed to be taken up by the Railways. Scheme is at planning stage. Token provision. Scheme is proposed to be taken up by the Railways.

13

To provide rail infrastructure facilities to evacuate cargo at faster rate.

0.01

NYA

14

15

Construction of grade separater at Karal and Ghavan Junction I) Karal Junction. ii) Ghavan Junction Infrastructure facilities for widening of Roads Immediate Improvement Proposal Electrical works

To provide proper junction area grade seperators for safe & sppedy evacuation of cargo traffic.

0.01

NYA

To provided adequate infrastructure facilities of road and parking to vehicles

2.00

Completed.

0.25

Scheme is at planning stage .Scheme to be carried out by NHAI. Financial modules are being finalised by NHAI. Various works regarding development of new road links, widening of roads, development of parking area are taken up and the works are at completed. Provision is kept for spillover payment and allied works.

Widening of port road from Bulk Gate complex to junction near PUB & allied works. a) Civil work b) Electrical work. i) Relocation of cable ii) Shifting/ reinstallation of poles Others 16

To provide safe and speedy evacuation of traffic on port roads

Completed

Work is completed.

Work is completed. 0.10 0.01 Completed Completed Electrical completed works are

53

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 18 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Main project for Nhava Sheva Port. Provision of compensation to salt pan lessees as per Mumbai High Court Judgement Port security works as per ISPS code. i) Procurement of scanner Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.01 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Port is functioning. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 NA Remarks / Risk factors

4 Port facilities to handle cargo.

7 -

19

NA

1.00

Settlement of the salt pan lease issues

20

To carry out works related to port security measures as per the ISPS code.

3.00

Port security will be more effectively.

21

ii) Installation of Fire fighting works iii) Development of peripheral road. Infrastructure facilities for Zone based industries Zone-I I) Road work Ph-I Upto earth embankment. Peripheral roads Remodelling of area infront of CFS Internal road Ph-II pavement crust & other allied work.

9 Scheme completed. Port is operational since 1989. Token provision is kept. NA Scheme is for the compensation to the salt on lessee for the land acquired during project stage, Scheme is under litigation Various works are taken up related to port security under ISPS code. Works costing about Rs.7.50 Crs are completed. New works related to Port security and safety are identified. Scanner procurement proposal is take up by custom department. The works will be completed by 2013-14 Award of work Scheme is at Estimate : March, 2010 stage. Completed Scheme is completed. PH-I works are taken up will be completed by 2009-10. Various road development works are being taken up under PHI. Modalities of execution of works are being Completion of reviewed for taking up works: Oct., 08. the work partly on BOT basis for development of SEZ / EPZ. Work is Work is in progress. completed. Award of work : April09

To provide infrastructure facilities to the port based industries.

0.50

Completed Length about 5.60Km Road length : 1.50

54

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 ii) Elect. Work Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.00 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors

22

23

24 (a)

Infrastructural facilities for port based industries. Zone V I) Road works. Ph-I Upto earth embankment. i) Development of escape road. ii) Electrical works Infrastructural facilities for at based industries Zone-II I) Road works. Ph-I - Upto earth embankment. a) Development of second evacuation road. b) Development of road linking evacuation road to Y Junction Ph-II pavement crust & other allied work. Electrical Works

To provide infrastructure facilities to the port based industries.

0.10

9 Ph-II Scope of work may come is proposed SEZ/EPZ operator. Scheme is Work is at planning under review stage. Feasibility study is completed. Modalities for execution of the work are being reviewed.

Road length 3 kms .ROB : 1.2 Kms. To provide infrastructure facilities to the port based industries. -

Planning stage.

5.00

Road length 5 kms will be developed up to embankment level

Completed

Road length 1.2 kms will be developed up to embankment level

Work is at planning stage. Feasibility study is completed. Modalities for execution of the work are being reviewed. Considering the mangrove problem. Work is completed.

0.00

NYA

(b)

Ph-II works Scope may be merged in to proposed SEZ/EPZ to be developed on BOT basis.

55

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 25 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Rehabilitation measures. Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.10 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Rehabilitation measures will be provided to the project affected villages / persons. About 67 Ha of land will be developed for the plots to the PAP s under 12.50% scheme. NYA Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 NYA Remarks / Risk factors

4 To provide rehabilitation to the Project affected villages of JN Port.

7 -

9 Proposal for rehabilitation measures for JN Port project affected villages is being finalised.

26

27

28

Development of waste disposal system in JN Port area UNDP sponsored global ballast water project. Upgradation of VTMS facilities. i) Development / upgradation of POC

To develop a system for disposal of waste being generated in port area and port township. Not yet known

0.90

Award of Scheme is at planning work.: Feb,2010 stage. The scheme is included as per Ministry's directions. Token provision NYA The scheme is at Planning stage. Token provision Estimate: Planning stage. The scope Feb,2010 of the work is being Tender & reviewed by the Award : Oct, Operations Department. 2010 Completion of Works is in progress work : May 10 NYA

0.01

NYA

To upgrade facilities

the

existing

VTMS

0.31

Upgardation of existing VTM System.

29

30

Widening of Approach bridge to container berth no. 1 and allied works. Development of yards in Port Area. Ph I works Electrical works

To provide safe and speedy evacuation of traffic on port roads

0.10

Length of the Bridge : 0.25 KM

To provide cargo stacking area inside port

1.00

In phase -I 6.50 ha. Area will be developed for container stacking and RTGC movement.

Ph-I: Works completed.

are

56

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Phase -II works. Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 10.00 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 In phase -II 10.00 ha. Area will be developed for container stacking and RTGC movement. Road length of about 15 Kms will be upgraded in phase wise manner Widening of about 7 km will be done. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

8 9 Completion of Works is in progress. work: May 10

31

Upgradation existing roads yards in JNPT. Ph I works

of and

To upgrade the port roads and yard to cater the increased cargo traffic.

15.00

i) Upgradation of area in front of container gate. ii) Widening of container road. iii) Upgradation of yard inside port area. 32 Construction of new ROBs within Port limit Construction of inter changes in Port Area Reclamation of Plot area in Zone -I To provide proper junction arrangement for safe & speedy evacuation on cargo traffic. To provide proper junction arrangement for safe & sppedy evacuation on cargo traffic. To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries.

Work is completed.

Upgradation of about 10 ha. Of yard will be done. NYA

Work is completed. Completion of Work is in progress. work: May, 10 NYA Development under SEZ / EPZ on BOT basis is at planning stage. NYA Development under SEZ / EPZ on BOT basis is at planning stage. Completion of Work is in progress. work: May, 10 Development of the area by earth filling up to embarkment level is taken up. NYA Tender stage. Development of the area under SEZ / EPZ on BOT basis is at planning stage. Award of Proposal for appointment consultancy of consultant are is work: Dec.,09 submitted to the ministry. Approval is awaited.

0.01

33

0.01

NYA

34

10.00

Area of about.. ha will be filled up to certain level.

35

Other infrastructure works in Zone-I

To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries.

0.01

NYA

36

Other infrastructure works in Zone-II

To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries.

0.50

2nd Port users Building of about 8000 m2 will be constructed.

57

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 i) Development of second Port Users Building, food court and Port entrance Reclamation of Plot area in Zone - II Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Award of Construction work: Nov., 10 Remarks / Risk factors

37

To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries.

15.00

Area of about 85 ha will be filled up to certain level.

38

Other infrastructure works in Zone-V Reclamation of Plot area in Zone - V

To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries. To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries.

0.01

NYA Area of about ha will be filled up to certain level.

39

40.00

40

Augmentation to water supply and sewage scheme from Zone 1 to v Rehabilitation of existing structures at JN Port Township.

To provide infrastructure facilitates to port based industries.

0.01

Existing water supply capacity will be augmented.

Completion of Work is in progress. work: May, 10 Development of the area by earth filling up to embarkment level is taken up. NYA Development of the area under SEZ / EPZ on BOT basis is at planning stage. Completion of Work is in progress. work: May, 10 Development of the area by earth filling up to embarkment level is taken up. Planning stage. Development under SEZ / EPZ on BOT basis is at planning stage Completion studies Dec.,2010 of Scheme is at planning : stage.

41

To carry out rehabilitation works at the structure of township building from safety point of view.

1.00

42

Environmental measure for infrastructure development of Port base industries Ph I works: I) Development of nallah in Zone I ii) Development of nallah in Zone II

To implement environmental measure for the infrastructure development proposed for port based industries.

3.25

Rehabilitation of the existing Buildings will be carried with respect to Chloride or other corrosion effects. Environmental aspects are taken.

Environmental measures are taken up as per requirement of the projects.

Nallah length: 3.20 Kms. Nallah length: 3.00 Kms.

Work is completed. Work is completed.

58

Name of Port/Org: JAWAHARLAL


Sl. No. 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 iii) Development of nallah. iv) refurbishing of STP in Township Upgradation of computer systems. Phase-I works. Cost of the Scheme 3

NEHRU PORT TRUST


Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 Nallah length: 3.00 Kms. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

7 -

43

Upgradation of computer system as per the latest technology.

5.00

Upgraded computer facilities will be provide.

44

Captive power plant for JN Port

To cater port's need of power considering the future expansion plan.

0.10

45

Construction of shallow water berth Extension of craft berth. port

NA

0.01

Additional power source will be generated for port related activities. NA

8 9 Award of work Tender stage. Delay in : Dec., 09 tender process. Scheme is at planning stage. Proposal for Proposal for appointment appointment of of IT consultant is being IT consultant is finalized. being finalized. The consultant will advice for upgradation process. NYA Scheme is at planning stage. Provision for consultancies if any. NA * Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration. Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration. Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration. Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration. Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration. Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration. Scheme is completed. Token Provision for arbitration.

46

NA

0.01

NA

NA

47

Additional D type quarters in JNP T/S External services to Sr. Officers Qtrs. & CISF barracks. Area development behind Bulk berth Dredging of logoon behind SWB. CISF accommodation

NA

0.01

NA

NA

48

NA

0.01

NA

NA

49

NA

0.01

NA

NA

50

NA

0.01

NA

NA

51

NA

0.01

NA

NA

TOTAL

281.83

59

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011)


Name of Port/Org: KANDLA
Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of the Scheme 3 30.03

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 1.00 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 To increase draft of navigational channel upto 13.5 m. to enable handling of bigger size vessels To increase draft of navigational channel upto 13.5 m. to enable handling of bigger size vessels Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors

1 2 CAPITAL DREDGING of 1 Deeping Navigational Channel in Kandla Creek

Enabling large size 24 Months vessels and thereby saving in freight

2.

Deepening of sogal channel from 12.8 meters to 13.5 meters

44.07

To facilitate handling of deep draft vessels by increase in channel draft and to facilitate night navigation To facilitate handling of deep draft vessels by increase in channel draft and to facilitate night navigation

5.30

Saving in shipdays and 24 Months saving in freight cost

RAIL CONNECTIVITY Providing railway 45.00 To cater the future need of Tuna Port 3 connectivity to existing Tuna Port ROAD CONNECTIVITY Four lanning of 21.79 To provide faster evacuation of cargo 4 existing road from national highway 8-A upto Oil Jetty Complex Old Name : Widening of K.K. road from Time Office of Bye Pass Road CONSTRUCTION OF NEW BERTHS & JETTIES of 68.05 To increase cargo handling capacity and 5 Construction general 10th cargo to ease congestion at existing berths berth (Renamed as 12th cargo berth).

0.05

Addition 6 km of Faster movement of cargo 4 years rail to/from hinterland

5.00

11.40 Kms. Four Faster movement of cargo 36 Months lane road. to/from hinterland

0.00

To create additional To create additional 36 months berthing length of capacity of 3.60 MMTPA 264 m. with draft of 12 m.

Completed

60

Name of Port/Org: KANDLA


Sl. No. 1 6 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Creation of berthing and allied facilities off Tekra near Tuna (Outside Kandla creek) Construction of 13th to 16th multipurpose cargo berth(other than liquid and containerized cargo) berth at Kandla., Cost of the Scheme 3 1140.00

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.10 Quantifiable Deliverables / Physical Outputs 6 To create additional berthing length of 1200 m. with draft of 15 m. And 14m. (front and rear sides of jetty head) To create additional berthing length of 1200 m. with draft of 13.5 m. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

4 To increase cargo handling capacity and to ease congestion at existing berths and to cater to deep draft vessels.

7 8 9 To create additional 40 months phase- Delay in environment capacity of 14 MMTPA I clearance and PPPAC approval

755.50

To increase cargo handling capacity and to ease congestion at existing berths

0.50

To create additional 36 months capacity of 8 MMTPA

Setting up of single point mooring (SPM) & Allied facilities off Veera in Gulf of Kutch on PPP Basis at Kandla Port Construction of Barge Jetty at Old Kandla. Development of port facilities at Vadinar

830.00

To cater the need of handling crude VLCC vessel

0.10

1 SBM with To create additional 4 years Pipeline and Crude capacity of 9 MMTPA Oil Terminal

The C.A for 13th Cargo Berth is signed with successful bidders. For remaining 14th to 16th cargo berth, as per Ministry's directives bids are re-invited among 8 shortlisted bidders Delay in environment clearance and PPPAC approval

27.00

Creation of facilities in for handling dry cargo and to congestion at existing berths To explore the feasibility of shipping repairs / ship building/multi cargo berths/SPM Creation of additional capacity by improving the exisitng facility

0.01

10

To be arrived

0.10

To create additional To create additional 12 months berthing length of capacity of 2 MMTPA 120 m. with draft of 4 mtr. Yet to be Yet to be ascertained 4 years ascertained

Delay in getting approval from Ministry

Delay in environment clearance and PPPAC approval Draft public investment board note has been sent for approval of competent authority

BERTHS & JETTIES ETC. and 243.49 11 Modification strengthening of existing berth no. 1 to 6

0.50

To strengthen To create additional 36 months berthing space of capacity of 4.80 MMTPA 1166m. And increase draft upto 13.5 m. 1 No. 50 B.P.Tug tonne Facilitate pilotage berthing operations and 12 months

REPLACEMENT/UPGRADATION OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT 20.00 Replacement of Tug 12 Purchase of one tug in replacement of M.T. Mekan

1.00

61

Name of Port/Org: KANDLA


Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of the Scheme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 1.00 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Deliverables / Timelines Physical Outputs 6 7 8 1 No. 50 tonne Facilitate pilotage and 12 months B.P.Tug berthing operations 1 No. Pilot Launch Facilitate pilotage berthing operations Facilitate pilotage berthing operations Facilitate pilotage berthing operations and 12 months Remarks / Risk factors

1 2 3 4 20.00 Replacement of Tug 13 Purchase of one tug in replacement of M.T. Jumbo 5.41 Replacement of Tug 14 Purchase of one pilot launch in replacement of M.L. Tapkeshwari 5.41 Replacement of Tug 15 Purchase of one pilot launch in replacement of M.L. Liza 5.00 Replacement of Tug 16 Replacement of M.T. Vadinar PROCUREMENT OF NEW EQUIPMENTS 40.86 Improving cargo handling 17 Mechanisation of Dry Cargo Berth Design, Manufacaturing, supply, erecting, testing and commissioning of 2 nos. of 25 Ton to 60 Ton and above capacity mobile harbour cranes at dry cargo berths including AMC for the period of three years commencing from expiry of guarantee period of two years 8.00 To increase of quantity of cargo 18 Procurement of cargo handling handling, reduce leakage equipments/Accessori es 40.00 Procurement of tug 19 Procurement of two tugs of 50 And above Tons BP 6.00 Procurement of two numbers of 20 Procurement of two mooring launches mooring launchs CONSTRUCTION/UPGRADATION OF PORTS INTERNAL ROAD/RAIL SYSTEM

3.00

0.50

1 No. Pilot Launch

and 12 months

0.00

1 No. Tug

and 12 months

8.20

2 Nos. 64 tons Mechanisation of Port capacity harbour mobile cranes

14 months (2 nos. of cranes) 30 months (4 nos. of cranes)

3.00

10 nos. of grabs of Better handling facility various capacity

2 months

0.10

tug

Procurement of tug

12 months

6.00

launches

Procurement of tug

12 months

62

Name of Port/Org: KANDLA


Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of the Scheme

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 0.02 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Deliverables / Timelines Physical Outputs 6 7 8 11.40 kms. Four Faster movement of cargo 14 months lane road from hinterland Remarks / Risk factors

1 2 3 railway 6.08 21 Providing network in newly added cargo jetty 17.39 22 Extension of road and railway network in the rear of back up area from berth No. 11 to 16 at Kandla. of 12.50 23 Widenning Existing Road from National Higvhway 8A to Tuna Bridge Jetty from two lane to four lane INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NIL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS of 6.04 24 Development residential quarter DC-5 at Gandhidham. 5.82 25 Providing additional quarters at Kandla. of 12.80 26 Augmentation water supply at Kandla. of 33.00 27 Development infrastructure facilities in newly added cargo jetty area (66 hectors) 38.75 28 Development of the land in the west of the existing customs fencing wall (Rear side of berth No. 7 to 10)

4 To provide faster evacuation of cargo

To provide faster evacuation of cargo. To provide common Rail road access to BOT operators of 11th to 16th cargo berths To ease the evacuatgion of cargo from Tuna jetty

0.50

2.5 km road and Faster movement of cargo 24 months phase- Delay in construction of railway network from hinterland I 13th to 16th berth

0.10

10 KM

Faster movement of cargo 2 years

Creation of residential facility to staff

0.00

168 Nos. residential Better facilities quarters employee

for 24 months

Creation of residential facility to staff Creation of water supply infrastructure

0.01 1.50

108 Nos. residence for employees Various pipelines for water supply

Better facilities for 24 months employee Better water supply for 18 months port users and staff Completed

To provide addl. Open storage area

0.00

To provide addl. Better productivity and 36 months Open storage area better customer service for 66 hectare

To provide addl. Storage area

4.00

To provide addl. Better productivity and 24 months Open storage area better customer service for 40 hectare

63

Name of Port/Org: KANDLA


Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Cost of the Scheme 3 18.19

PORT TRUST
Rs. in Crores)
Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 13.46 Quantifiable Projected Outcome Processes/ Deliverables / Timelines Physical Outputs 6 7 8 To improve the Better productivity and 18 months existing open better customer service storage Remarks / Risk factors

1 2 the 29 Improving existing infrastructure facilities along berth No.7 to 10 and it's back up area. 30 Construction of bulk storage sheds in place of sulphur bins and in the plot A to E in the back up area of berth no. 3 to 6 of 31 Modification existing Tuna port for Barge Handling Stage -II of 32 Development centralized railway wagon handling terminal of 33 Construction bridge over railway lines at Kutch salt 34 Procurement of steel floating dry dock and its ancillary services 35 Laying of water supply pipelines to connect Sardar Sarovar Nigam Ltd.

4 To improve the infrastructure facility in the existing open storage area

26.04

To provide addl. Covered storage area

0.85

To create covered Better productivity and 18 months storage area of better customer service 37.120 sq.mtrs. (6 godowns)

One go down commissioned

is

15.70

Creation of shipping facility

1.00

0.60 MMTPA

To increase movement

in

bage 12 months

45.00

To streamline the Rly. Network and to decongest the railway traffic

0.10

Under formulation

Faster movement of cargo 4 years to/from hinterland

10.00

To avaid delay in movement of road traffic

0.10

Under formulation

Faster movement of cargo 4 years to/from hinterland 24 months

100.00

0.00

5.50

Creation of water supply infrastructure

0.10

Pipelines to water Better water supply 24 months supply facilities for port users

KPT has received consent from GWIL (GUJARAT WATER INFRASTRUCTURE LTD). Draft of Agreement to be executed between KPT and GWIL is awaited from GWIL. Block estimate and standing committee note is also under preparation.

36 General Environmental Management Programme TOTAL

8.80

To comply with pollution control norms

1.60

To maintain Environment environmental improvement degration

24 months

58.35

64

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011) Name of Port/Org: ENNORE PVT LTD (Rs. in Crores)
Sl. No. 1 1 i Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Dredging Capital Dredging for development of Terminals in Second Phase at Ennore Port (Phase-I of Phase -II) Cost of the Scheme 3 220.00 Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 20.00 Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 Project Management Consultancy (PMC) for Phase-II (part 1) mobilization of dredgers at the Ennore Port and commencement of dredging works. Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines 8 2011-12 Remarks / Risk factors

4 Phase-II (Part-I) Providing a depth of 18 M at the Iron ore berth for handling of cape size vessels and outer channel, approach channel and port basin will be dredged to 20M, 19.5 M, and 19 M respectively. Providing 2 lane road connectivity from stack yard of iron ore/coal to the main part of the Access Road/state Highways. 4 lane northern access road to Ennore Port to facilitate the incoming / outgoing evacuation of port cargo by road. Strengthening and widening of connectivity to Port providing around 9 KM road connectivity towards south connectivity to Port.

7 Commencement of dredging work to deepen the Ports Approach Channel, Basin and Iron ore Berth side for enabling handling of Cape size Vessels.

9 Project investment decision is approved by the Board of Directors on 5thDecember 2009

2 i

Road connectivity Link Road for connecting proposed Iron ore/coal stack yard to village access road. Northern Port Access Road (NPAR)- from Port to TPP Road & NH 5 TPP Road Four laning

30.00

8.00

4 KM-2 lane road along with Faciliting evacuation of infrastructures like bridge 3.4 Million Tonnes of and culverts for evacuation imported coal by road. of cargo Providing Contribution 4 lane northern access road towards Cost of Land to Ennore Port to facilitate acquisition the incoming / outgoing evacuation of port cargo by road. Share of equity capital Strengthening and widening of connectivity to Port providing around 9 KM road connectivity towards south connectivity to Port.

2011-12

ii

78.00

5.00

2011-12

iii

34.00

6.50

2011-12

The project will be implemented by SPV company with participation from NHAI, Govt. of TN, ChPT & EPL.

3 i

Rail Connectivity Connect IR mainline to proposed coal and iron ore yards.

60.00

To provide Rail connectivity between IR Main line and Coal & Iron ore terminals for evacuation of 12 Million Tonnes of Iron Ore and 5-6 Million Tonnes of Coal.

50.00

80% of the physical progress To provide Rail 2010-2011 of permanent way will be connectivity between IR completed in 2010-11 Main line and Coal & Iron ore terminals for evacuation of 12 Million Tonnes of Iron Ore and 5-6 Million Tonnes of Coal.

65

Name of Port/Org: ENNORE PVT LTD (Rs. in Crores)


Sl. No. 1 ii Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Connect Container Terminal to mainline Cost of the Scheme 3 40.00 Outlay 2010-11 Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) To provide Rail connectivity 0.29 between IR Main line and Container terminals rail movement of container traffic. Puttur-Attipattu - A new rail link will help reduce the distance to EPL and enjoy the advantage of rail movements in a congestion free rail corridor. Develop facilities for export of cars and handling project / miscellaneous cargoes. DFR will enable EPL to firm up its investment decision on the third coal berth/import feasibilities. 0.10 Objective/ Outcome Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors

iii

Puttur-Attipattu - A new rail link of 90 km - Equity contribution to SPV.

225.00

6 7 8 9 Detailed Project Report To provide Rail 2011-2012 formulation / Tender connectivity between IR document preparation. Main line and Container terminals rail movement of container traffic. Detailed Project Puttur-Attipattu - A new 2011-2012 Projected will Formulation. rail link will help reduce implemented by the distance to EPL and Southern Railway. enjoy the advantage of rail movements in a congestion free rail corridor. Projected is expected to be Develop facilities for 2010-2011 completed in Dec 2010. export of cars and handling project / miscellaneous cargoes. DFR preparation DFR will enable EPL to 2013-14 firm up its investment decision on the third coal berth / import feasibilities. -

be the

New Terminal General Cargo Berth

110.00

45.00

3rd Coal berth to TNEB

90.00

0.11

Total

135.00

66

PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011) Name of Port/Org: ANDAMAN LAKSHADWEEP HARBOUR WORKS
Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables the /Physical Outputs Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 1 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS Nil 43.66 Nil Restoration of Approaches 1 TRP - Rehabilitation 286.23 Restoration /Special Repairs of Jetties & Reconstruction & other Port infrastructure damaged to various Port structures. Annx- 1 due to Earthquake & Tsunami. Restoration of basic amenities in residential colonies & Port Structures. Nil 47.55 Nil Providing new ferry jetties and 2 TRP- Development 439.76 Creation of additional facilities of Additional including modernisation & Marine Hards at various facilities in A& N upgradation of Port Infrastructure in remote locations in A&N Islands- Annx -2 A&N Islands. Islands, widining of existing jetty, providing back up area, commissioning of cargo handling equipments, construction of tide gauge cabins etc. Lakshadweep Island Providing Eastern 20.44 To provide jetty at eastern side of Nil 2.77 Nil After completion a 110 X 12 side Embarkation Kavaratti Island to facilitate berthing m jetty and 318 X 6 m facilities at Kavaratti of Inter-Island vessels. Vessels can approach formed on RCC Island directly berth alongside the Jetty piles will be available which will enhance safety during embarkation/ disembarkation of passenger and cargo at Kavaratti Island. The operational cost of midstream handling of cargos and risk involved can be eliminated.. Eastern 19.86 To provide jetty at eastern side of Nil 1.68 Nil After completion a 110 X 12 2 Providing side Embarkation Minicoy Island to facilitate berthing of m jetty and 200X 6 m facilities at Minicoy Inter-Island vessels. Vessels can approach formed on RCC Island directly berth alongside the Jetty piles will be available which will enhance saftey during embarkation/ disembarkation of passenger and cargo at Minicoy Island. The operational cost of midstream handling of cargos and risk involved can be eliminated. Sl. No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Projected Outcome

(Rs. in Crores)
Processes/ Timelines 8 Remarks / Risk factors 9 -

1. Restoring basic landing facilities 31.03.2012 and providing minimum cargo handling equipments 2. Reducing the traffic /cargo conjunction in all islands terminal. 1. Providing additional landing 31.03.2012 facilities and alternative landing facilities in various islands of Andaman & Nicobar 2. Reducing the traffic /cargo conjunction in all islands terminal.

1) 31.05.2010 To facilitate berthing of inter-island vessels. 2) Reducing the time of loading and unloading of cargos.

1) To facilitate berthing of inter- Jetty works Accounts island vessels. Completed being settled 2) Reducing the time of loading and unloading of cargos.

67

Name of Port/Org: ANDAMAN LAKSHADWEEP HARBOUR WORKS


Sl. No. 1 3 Cost of Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-11 the Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Scheme Budget Budget 2 3 4 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) Providing Eastern 19.48 To provide jetty at eastern side of Nil 0.34 Nil side Embarkation Agathi Island to facilitate berthing of facilities at Agathi Inter-Island vessels. Vessels can Island directly berth alongside the Jetty which will enhance saftey during embarkation/ disembarkation of passenger and cargo at Agathi Island. The operational cost of mid-stream handling of cargos and risk involved can be eliminated. Providing Eastern 21.51 To provide jetty at eastern side of Nil 1.38 Nil side Embarkation Amini Island to facilitate berthing of facilities at Amini Inter-Island vessels. Vessels can Island directly berth alongside the Jetty which will enhance safety during embarkation/ disembarkation of passenger and cargo at Amini Island. The operational cost of mid-stream handling of cargos and risk involved can be eliminated. Providing of floating 4.93 Dredging the channels of Nil 3.75 Nil crafts for dredging, Lakhsadweep Island so as to increase procurement of cutter the depth of the navigational channels suction hydraulic to facilitate the movement of the dredger for dredging passenger ships to the existing and in Lakshadweep proposed jetties Islands Name of Scheme/ Programme Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs 6 After completion a 110 X 12 m jetty and 305 X 6 m approach formed on RCC piles will be available Projected Outcome

(Rs. in Crores)
Processes/ Timelines Remarks / Risk factors 9 -

7 8 1) 31.03.2010 To facilitate berthing of inter-island vessels. 2) Reducing the time of loading and unloading of cargos.

After completion a 110 X 12 m jetty and 355 X 6 m approach formed on RCC piles will be available

1) To facilitate berthing of inter- 31.05.2010 island vessels. 2) Reducing the time of loading and unloading of cargos.

Establishment

7.86

On completion, the scheme will provide one cutter suction hydraulic dredger of capacity of 368 lit per sec. which will be used to dredge the navigational channels for the proposed jetties as well as maintain the desired depth of other navigational channels of Lakshadweep Island -

1) To reduce the working time of Dredging in all islands. 2) To maintain the desired depth of navigational channels of Lakshadweep Island

31.12.2010

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PROFORMA-A STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES/TARGETS (2010-2011) Name of Port/Org: DREDGING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
Sl. No. 1 1. Cost of Objective/ the Outcome Scheme 2 3 4 Replacement of DCI 100.00 To replace DR-VII with Cutter existing old Suction Dredger dredger (CSD) of 2000 Cu.M. per hour pumping capacity Name of Scheme/ Programme Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 0.00 75.00 0.00 Cutter suction pumping power of 2000 Cu.M. per hr and to increase dredging capacity by 22.5 lakh Cu.M. per annum Projected Outcome Processes/ Timelines

(Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

2.

Bottom door modifications to DRXII and XIV

20.00

3.

New Trailer Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) of 5000 Cu.M.hopper capacity (1)

300.00

To arrest bottom door leakages and improve productivity To enhance dredging capacity

0.00

4.50

0.00

9 The Shipbuilding contract was entered with MDL on 24.10.2005. The vessel subjected for major design modifications i.e. extension of one meter on either side due to excess light weight of Ship during Oct.,08 to Jan09. Preliminary machinery and dredging trails conducted in March09 to April,09. The defects are being rectified by OEMs. Revision of all construction drawings necessitated due to major design modification and schedule of trails. The defects noticed during Construction and trials are carried out. Satisfactory trials of the machinery as well as dredging trials schedule during II week of January10 by MDL to establish the output of the dredger. Completion Dredge-XII bottom door modifications completed by end Dec,07 Completion of bottom door Effective modifications use of of and bill settled for Rs.1638.08. Dr XIV bottom door modification modifications completed as schedule and vessel sailed to Haldia dredging s for Dr-XIV capacity. on 05.2.2009 after machinery trials. Settled for Rs.1569 lakhs. scheduled in
08-09

7 8 Increase in Taking capital delivery in dredging May, 08. capacity

0.00

80.00

0.00

Increase in DCI's dredging Enhanced capacity by 70 L.Cu.M. p.a. dredging capacity.

Release of stage payments of 20% to the builder.

TSDs two offers received from IHC Dredgers BV, the Netherlands and HSL and the technical bids were opened on 25.11.08 IHC Dredgers BV Netherlands offer stood single technically valid offer. The price bid of IHC Dredgers BV single technically qualified was opened on 06.02.08. The party quoted for Euro 256.30 million for all 3 dredgers. As the rate was high, a Sub-Committee of Board of Directors negotiated with IHC on 20.2.09 and they have reduced to 12% of its quoted price. During 235th Board Meeting held on 18.3.2009 Board desired that the reasonability of the price offered by IHC may be ascertained from the market through reputed consultants. NSDRC was assigned with the above task on 15.4.2009. NSDRC SUBMITTED THEIR REPORT ON 20.4.2009 that the market price of the dredgers is Euro 76.66 million, subject to certain assumptions. The correct price arrived at Euro 72.827 million per dredgers. During 236th Meeting of date 28.4.2009. Board was of the view that IHC should reduce the price by atleast 15% of its quoted price for further consideration of the proposal IHC considered 15% discount vide IHC letter VS-0169 dated 27.4.2009. During 237th Board Meeting on 4th May,2009 resolved to procure 3 TSHDs at a building cost of EURO 217855,000

69

Name of Port/Org: DREDGING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED


Sl. No. 1 4. Cost of Objective/ the Outcome Scheme 2 3 4 New Trailer Suction 300.00 To enhance Hopper Dredger dredging (TSHD) of 5000 capacity Cu.M.hopper capacity (2) Name of Scheme/ Programme Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables Projected /Physical Outputs Outcome Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 7 0.00 80.00 0.00 Increase in DCI's dredging Enhanced capacity by 70 L.Cu.M. p.a.. dredging capacity. Processes/ Timelines 8 Release of stage payments of 20% to the builder.

(Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

5.

New Trailer Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) of 5000 Cu.M.hopper capacity (3)

300.00

To enhance dredging capacity

0.00

80.00

0.00

Increase in DCI's dredging Enhanced capacity by 70 L.Cu.M. p.a.. dredging capacity.

2nd hand Trailer Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD) of 9000 Cu.M. new TSHD.

450.00

To enhance 0.00 dredging capacity (1) To have 0.00 facility for dredging alongside jetties To increase 0.00 economic life of existing old dredgers

100.00

0.00

Increase in DCI's dredging Enhanced capacity by 125 L.Cu.M. dredging p.a. capacity.

9 With a delivery of 26,35 and 41 months ex-yard. The revised DPR and PIBB forwarded to DO(PO)/MOS on 19th May09. The Planning Commission forwarded their appraisal note to MOS on 28th July09 MOS forwarded appraisal note to MOFIN (PIB) Meeting held at New Delhi on 19th Auguast09. During the PIB meeting. AS&FA, Ministry of Shipping informed that although the approval was being sought for procurement of three dredgers and no budgetary support was being sought from the Government, considering the availability of internal resources and the cash flows, DCI is in position to meet for two dredgers only at present and to go in for the third dredgers soon after the position improves. MOF asked MOS/DCI to clarify existence of other sources and the technical suitability vide PO-28028/3/2004/DCI replies to MOS vide td/sb/0801 DT 07.9.209 that the claims made by Chinese firms are post tenders same could not be considered. Release of DCI requested IHC to accept for placing order for two TSDs at stage present the order for the third dredger may be placed by DCI within payments one year at the option of DCI and BG towards EMD for third of 20% to dredgers should be extended till that period. In reply, IHC Dredgers the B.V. accepted for placing order for two TSHDs at present and order builder. for third at DCI option. However, BG will be extended till 31.52010 for third dredger, if DCI places order for two TSHDs by 30.11.2009. PIB forwarded the minutes to MOS for further processing with CCI, DCI requested IHC to extend the validity of offer and BG towards EMD till end Jan10 in reply IHC extended the same till Jan10 DCI requested IHC to extend the validity of the offer and BG towards EMD till the end of March2010 Deffered for the present.

Dumb Backhoe dredger and 2 Nos. Self Propelled Barges

160.00

50.00

0.00

Increasing versatility of Independent (1) Award Backhoe dredger: Contract was signed on 21.11.08 with the Shipyard work; De-Donge for supply of a Backhoe Dredger at a contract price of Euro dredging capacity of DCI to capacity for of dredging (2) Release 18.5 Millions with a delivery of 18 months. Date of effectiveness of dredge close to shore.
of stage payments to the builder. existing Take retrofit (1).Award of for Dr-VIII retrofit work. during the (2)Completio n of retrofit year for Dr-VIII. alongside jetties Contract 29.1.2009. An amount of Euro 8.75 million oaid towards three stages payment Dumb Barges deffered for the present

8.

Retrofit Dredgers

of

old 450.00

0.00

0.00

Renovation dredgers

of

Scheme is being reviewed considering cost and viability implications.

70

Name of Port/Org: DREDGING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED


Sl. No. 1 9 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Multicat Cost of Objective/ the Outcome Scheme 3 4 10.00 Procurement of supporting facilities. 20.00 Procurement of supporting facilities. Procurement of supporting facilities. Outlay 2010-11 Quantifiable Deliverables /Physical Outputs Non-Plan Plan I.E.B.R Budget Budget 5(i) 5(ii) 5(iii) 6 0.00 1.00 0.00 Cannot be quantified as these are supporting facilities for dredging operators. 0.00 2.00 0.00 Projected Outcome 7 Processes/ Timelines

(Rs. in Crores)
Remarks / Risk factors

10

Multipurpose Tug

Facilitates effective and efficient dredging operations. Cannot be quantified as Facilitates these are supporting effective and facilities for dredging efficient dredging operators. operations.

8 Deffered Deffered for the present. for the present. Deffered Deffered for the present. for the present. Take delivery of Survey Launches.
Take delivery of Pipeline and equipment from BHPV.

11

Survey Nos.

Launches-2

17.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Cannot be quantified as these are supporting facilities for dredging operations. Cannot be quantified as these are supporting facilities for dredging operations.

12

Pipeline,

43.00

Procurement of supporting facilities.

0.00

9.00

0.00

13

Land Boosters for CSDs and Haldia shore pumping

20.00

To procure land boosters for pumping ashore dredged material


To procure land boosters for pumping ashore dredged material

0.00

2.00

0.00

Reducing dumping time of dredgers

Facilitates effective and efficient dredging operations. Facilitates effective and efficient dredging operations. Facilitates effective and efficient dredging operations.

Both the Survey Launches Sl.No. II and III delivered on 15.03.2009. Delivery defects of Radio Tide Gauge and Sub bottom profile to Survey Launch II and Radio Tide Gauge and Sub DGPS Survey Launch III are being attended by the Yard. Final stage payment will be released on completion.
(a) MS Pipes: 38 Pipes of 900mm and 417 pipes of 800 mm dia were procured from BHPV in 2007-08. full and final payments including return of Performance Guarantees complied 42 Nos. of Pipeline equipment received against 68 Nos. The balance 68 Nos. pipeline equipment are under defect rectification by BHPY. (b) Trapezoidal floaters: Initially due to take over of the firm by BHEL, delivery schedule has been delayed 32 No floaters procured from BHPV in 2009 Rs.241.69 lakhs paid and Rs.4.23 lakhs is payable.

14

Land Boosters for Haldia shore pumping (2 nos.) Instrumentation Dredgers to

40.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Reducing dumping time of Facilitates effective and dredgers


efficient dredging operations. Cannot be quantified as Facilitates these are supporting effective and facilities for dredging efficient dredging operations. operations.

These Land Boosters were meant for shore pumping in Jellingham Bar work at Hoogly river in Haldia. As this project is not yet taken off, the scheme is delivered for the present. Instruments worth Rs.227.93 lakhs towards DR-XII RCS 800P system received and installed on DR-XII and commissioned.

15

10.00

Procurement of supporting facilities.

0.00

2.00

0.00

Total

2240.00

0.00

495.50

0.00

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SHIPPING SECTOR Statement showing details of Plan and Non-Plan outlays provided for Shipping, Shipbuilding & IWT Sectors for the Year 2010-11. (Rs. in crore)
S.No. Name of Organization Plan B.E. IEBR 3 3985.00 Non-Plan B.E. GBS 4 0.00 60.00 48.68 115.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.02 10.80 234.52 5 0.00 160.00 31.90 14.43 9. 36 120.00 40.01 15.70 591.62 983.02

1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

2 Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. DGLL DG Shipping IWAI CIWTC CSL HSL HDPE SBR Total

55.00

4040.00

SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. SCI proposes to acquire 62 vessels of 2.50 million GT during the 11th Plan period, which would entail an investment of about Rs.13000 crores. Acquisition of the above vessels is expected to improve SCIs fleet to vessels of 4.0 million GT by the end of the 11th Plan period. SCI has been financing its projects through a mix of equity and debt in the ratio of 20:80 and the said projects would also to financed in similar way. The ratio of internal Resources to External Resources would, however, depend upon a number of factors like the total cost of the project, time of acquisition, debt market conditions, etc. The SCI has presently 33 vessels on order. A sum of Rs.3985.00 crores has been in the Annual Plan 2010-11 for meeting the companies 20% share towards acquisition of vessel which are already under construction. (Annexure-I) DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SHIPPING The Government has set up an Indian Maritime University on 14.11.2008 in Chennai. Accordingly, for development of IMU, an outlay of Rs. 40.00 crore has been kept in the Annual Plan 2010-11. The financial outlay projected physical output an outcome for the year 2010-11 are given in Annexure-II. DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF LIGHTHOUSE & LIGHTSHIPS The outlay of Rs.60.00 crore in the Annual Plan 2010-11 has primarily been kept for establishment of VTS in Gulf of Kachchh, procurement of Recons, establishment of Lighthouses etc. (Annexure-III) COCHIN SHIPYARD LIMITED The Shipyard has kept Rs.55.00 crores as IEBR for upgradation and modernization, renewal and replacement of existing facilities. Apart from above an amount of Rs.120.00

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crore proposed to be kept in the Non-Plan as Shipbuilding Subsidy for the Shipyard. (Annexure-IV) HINDUSTAN SHIPYARD LIMITED The Cabinet in its meeting held on 24.12.2009 has decided to transfer the Hindustan Shipyard Ltd. from Ministry of Shipping to Ministry of Defence. Necessary transfer order to this effect are under issue resulting a token provision of Rs.0.02 crore has been kept for HSL in the Annual Plan of the Ministry of Shipping for the year 2010-11. HOOGHLY DOCK & PORT ENGINEERS On the Non-Plan side a sum of Rs.8.70 crore has been kept as support to the yard for meeting expenses on payment of salary/wages to the employees and Rs.7.00 crore for implementation of VRS scheme. On the Plan side a total provision of Rs.0.02 crore has been kept. (Annexure-V) INLAND WATER TRANSPORT The budgetary support to IWAI is being provided primarily for taking up projects for development of infrastructure on National Waterways such as procurement of dredgers, capital dredging, construction of permanent and floating terminals, providing and maintaining 24 hrs navigational aids, annual fairway development works etc on NW 1, 2 & 3. The financial outlay, projected financial out put and outcome for the year 2010-11 in respect of IWAI and CIWTC are given in Annexure-VI & Annexure-A and Annexure VII. SHIPBUILDING & SHIPREPAIR On the Plan side Rs.10.80 crore has been kept out of which Rs.2.80 crore are for R&D grant and remaining Rs.8.00 crore has been kept for conducting studies. Besides, a sum of Rs.588.30 crore in the Non-Plan is proposed to be kept as Shipbuilding subsidies to Public & Private Sector Shipyards. (Annexure-VIII).

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Annexure-I STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
S. No. Project/ Scheme Objective/ Outcome Outlay 2010-2011 (Rs. Crores) IR A. Vessels on firm order 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6 LR-I Product Tankers 2 no. MR Product Tanker 2 LR-II Product Tankers 4 Aframax Tankers 4 Nos. OSVs 6 Handymax Bulk carriers 4 Panamax Bulk Carriers 2 nos. 120T AHTSV 2 nos. PSV B. New Projects of 2010-2011 2 SH/Resale Supramax Bulk Carriers 2 MR Product Tankers 2 nos. VLCC 4 nos. Capesize Bulkers 2 nos. Suezmax Tankers 4 nos. 80T AHTSV 4 nos. PSV TOTAL Physical acquisition of ships to enhance capability in ocean transport-ation N.A. N.A. 61.80 1266.90 393.69 950.00 89.28 22.45 137.25 1328.70 393.69 950.00 89.28 22.45 137.25 EBR Outlay The Ship May10 to Aug10 1 vsl delivered 2nd - Jan 2010 July10 & Aug10 Oct10 to Mar11 Apr10 to Apr11 Aug11 to Jan12 June12 to Aug12 Mar11 & June11 Sept11 & Dec11 Quantifiable deliverable/ Physical output Projected Outcomes ship delivery dates Process/ Timeliness Remarks/ Risk Factors

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

NA

NA

60.00 74.00 110.00 120.00 68.00 80.00 112.00 685.80

240.00 3099.57

300.00 74.00 110.00 120.00 68.00 80.00 112.00 3785.37

Orders yet To be Placed

Investment in Joint Ventures during 2010-2011 is estimated to be Rs. 200.00 Crore

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Annexure II STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SHIPPING, MUMBAI
S. No. 1 (A) Name of Scheme/ programme 2 Non-Plan Budget Objective/ Outcome 3 4(i) NonPlan For the smooth functioning of the establishments of the Directorate & its allied offices the provision of fund of Rs.43.02 crores is needed under the outlay for 2010-11 For development of Seafarers Identity Document (SID) as well as introduction of on-line examination system . Issuance of Seafarers Identity Document (SID) is the mandatory requirement as per the ILO Convention No.185. 4(ii) Plan Outlay 2010-11 4 4(iii) Complimentary extra-Budgetary Resources Registration of 901 ships & surveys inspection of 5555 ships carried out. 1527 fresh, 1463 duplicate CDCs issued and renewed 113 CDC. 3,726 candidates appeared for COC (Nautical) Examinations & 10539/- candidates appeared for COC(Engg) Examinations Rs.2.15 crore will be utilized for Development of System Software and Application Software for Issuance of Seafarers Identity Document (SID) and development of on-line examination system. Amend the relevant Rules/Legislation including providing valuable inputs from India for amending International Conventions Amend training curriculum and assessment Develop case studies for training & examination purposes Deal with human factor issues such as fatigue, motivation, aptitude etc. Prepare statistics of casualties involving Merchant vessels, fishing vessel and sailing vessels in a manner so that this information serves as an important management decision tool. Share vital information regarding casualty investigations and also participating in investigations conducted by foreign agencies for casualties involving Indian Seafarers in foreign waters and on foreign vessels. Study effectiveness of ship board ergonomics and navigational aids around the Indian coast. The fund would be operated in the matter as District or State Relief Funds. Quantifiable Deliverables/ Physical Outputs 5 (Rs. in Crores) Projected Processes/ Remarks/ Outcomes Timelines Risk Factors 8 6 7

D. G. Shipping Mumbai & allied Offices (including MMD Deptt. Canteen & NSB) (B) Plan Budget i) Information Technology

i)

30.90

--

--

--

4.17

--

ii) Seafarers Safety (i) Indian MaritimeInvestigation into Marine Casualties, Accident Investigationsuch as grounding, sinking or collisions Cell of vessels, or death, grievous injury or missing reports of Seafarers (ii) Marine Emergency It is primarily to meet emergency needs Fund for Safety of such as mortal remains of seafarers, Seafarers minimum hospitalization cost of seafarers involved, payment of extragratia to fishermen, who lose their nets and homes, costs or urgent salvage coordination requirements

--

4.50

--

--

0.01

--

TOTAL 43.02

8.68

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ANNEXURE-III

STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011)


DIRECTORATE GENNERAL OF LIGHTHOUSES & LIGHTSHIPS
S. No Name of Scheme/Programme 1 2 5051-Capital Outlay on Port and Lighthouses (A) Spill Over Schemes 1. Estt. of CVTS in the Gulf of Kachchh Objective/ Outcome 3 B.E. 2010-11 4 Quantifiable Deliverables 5 Projected outcomes 6 Process/ Timelines 7

(Rs. in lakhs)
Remarks 8

Provision of services for safety of navigation in Indian waters. -do-

1800.00 a) Completion of Civil Commissioning of VTS engineering works b) Installation of equipment. c) Integration, testing and commissioning. 50.00 a) Approval of the scheme b) Finalization of tender c) Placement of work order 250.00 Continuous process 60.00 a) Completion of superstructure Commissioning of light. b) Completion of ancillary building c) Pocurement of Light Equipment and Installation Commencement of work

Partial commissioning 31.03.2010. Full commissioning By 30.09.2010 Achiving Full.operational capability by 31.12.2010 a) June, 2010 b) Dec, 2010 c) March, 2011

by

2.

Estt. of LH with Racon at Lushington shoal Miscellaneous Works Estt. of New Lighthouse at Chilka.

3. 4.

-do-do-

a) Completion of superstructure by Sep.2010. b) Completion of ancillary building by Jun.2010. c) Procurement of Light Equipment and Installation by Dec.2010. Not cleared by the Min of Environment and is under review. Acquisition of forest land is in process. -do-

5.

Estt. of Lighthouses at Sister Island

-do-

5.00 Acquisition of land and environmental clearance 5.00 Acquisition of land and environmental clearance 5.00 Acquisition of land and environmental clearance

Readiness for start of work

6.

Estt. of Lighted Beacon at Cape Edinburgh Island Estt. of Lighted Beacon at Tries Island

-do-

Readiness for start of work

7.

-do-

Readiness for start of work Commissioning of light

8.

Estt. of Lighthouses at Reva Port

-do-

100.00 a) Completion of foundation b) Fabrication and erraction of FRP tower c) Completion of ancillary Bulding. d) Procurement of Equipment and installation

a) March,2010 b) September, 2010 c) September, 2010 d) December,2010

Proposal for FRP Tower is under consideration.

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DIRECTORATE GENNERAL OF LIGHTHOUSES & LIGHTSHIPS


S. No 1 9. 10. 11. Name of Scheme/Programme 2 Improvement of Lighthouses Procurement of Wreck marking buoys Automation of Port Blair Lighthouse District Estt. of New Lighthouse at Markanam Objective/ Outcome 3 -do-do-doB.E. Quantifiable Deliverables 2010-11 4 5 200.00 Continuous process 20.00 As per the requirement 100.00 a) Establishment of 3rd RCS. b) Integration and testing of system 30.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance c) Estimate and Tendering d) Start of civil engineering works. 20.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance c)Estimate and Tendering. 5.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance 5.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance 5.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance 5.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance 60.00 a) Completion of foundation b) Fabrication and erraction of FRP tower c) Completion of ancillary Bulding. d) Procurement of Equipment and installation 2000.00 a) Finalisation of Tender and award of contract. b) Completion PSS/CCC. 20.00 a) Commissioning of System Projected outcomes 6 To mark any wreck arising in navigable channel. Commissioning of System a) April, 2010 b) Jun., 2010 Process/ Timelines 7

(Rs. in lakhs)
Remarks 8

12.

-do-

Readiness for start of work a) June, 2010 b) Oct. 2010 c) Dece.2020 c) March,2011 Readiness for start of work a) June, 2010 b) Dece. 2010 c) Feb.2011 Environemtnal clearance Environemtnal clearance Environemtnal clearance Environemtnal clearance Start of civil engineering works. a) March,2010 b) September, 2010 c) September, 2010 d) December,2010 Environemtnal clearance.

13

Estt. of New Lighthouse at Maipura

-do-

14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Establishment of new Lighthouses in Murray Point Establishment of Lighthouse at Koal taPalam Establishment of Lighthouse at Honiph Rock Point Establishment of Lighthouse at Somberreo Point Estt. of new Lighthouse with Racon at Baruva Port

-do-do-do-do-do-

Environemtnal clearance. Environemtnal clearance. Environemtnal clearance. Environemtnal clearance.

19.

Estt. of National AIS Network

-do-

Start of work

a) April, 2010 b) March,2011 a) June,2011.

20

Estt. Of DGPS at Rameshwaram

-do-

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DIRECTORATE GENNERAL OF LIGHTHOUSES & LIGHTSHIPS


S. No 1 21. Name of Scheme/Programme 2 Estt. of New Lighthouse at Devi Point Objective/ Outcome 3 -doB.E. 2010-11 4 Quantifiable Deliverables 5 5.00 a) Acquisition of land b) Environmental Clearance Projected outcomes 6 Environemtnal clearance. Process/ Timelines 7

(Rs. in lakhs)
Remarks 8 The proximity of site near Ridely Turtle Hatching ground, difficulties in acquiring the site is being felt. Hence no timeline can be evolved.

22.

Automation of remaining Lighthouses in Cochin, Chennai, Vishkhapatnam and Kolkota districts. Construction of Office building and staff quarters at Vishakhapatnam

-do-

200.00 a)Tendering and award of contract b) Start of work 100.00 a) Approval of the scheme b) Finalization of tender c) Placement of work order.

Start of work

a)Feb.2010 b) Dece.2010

23.

-do-

Start of work

a) April,2010 b) Aug.2010 c) Dec.2010 a) April, 2010 b) September, 2010 c) December,2010 a) June,2010 b) Feb. 2011

Pilot Project for Installations of Class B 24. Transponders on fishing vessels 25. 26. Establishment of Navtex Chain Improvement of Local Lights

-do-

500.00 a) EFC and Govt. approval Start of work b) Tender and award of contract c) Start of work 30.00 a) EFC and Govt. approval Start of work b) Tender and award of contract 50.00 Continuous process Local Lights are being improved /developed in a phased manner as per decisions of Government Improving of EGovernance Modernising DGLLs infrastructure, replace-ment of old equipments / structure.

-do-do-

27. 28.

Development of Information Technology Replacement of Assets

-do-do-

50.00 As per requriement 200.00 As per requriement

Sub -Total II) 29. 03.103 - Construction and Development of other Navigational Aids. Replacement of M.V. Pradeep -do-

5900.00

100.00 a) Approval of proposal for design b) Finalization of design 100.00

Improving mobility in sea a) April,2010 for catering to offshore Aid b) December.2010 to Navigation.

Sub -Total GRAND TOTAL

6000.00

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ANNEXURE-IV

STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) COCHIN SHIPYARD LIMITED


Name of Scheme /Programme 1 2 Objective/ Outcome 3 4(i) Non Plan 1. Shipbuilding Subsidy - Cochin Shipyard Limited Making India a major shipbuilding nation 120.00 Outlay 2010-2011 4 4(ii) Quantifiable Deliverable /Physical Outputs 5 4(iii) Extra-Budgetary Complementary Resources *55.00 Releasing subsidy for Platform Supply Vessels being built at Cochin Shipyard (i) The shipbuilding activity can be taken up by CSL profitably with this subsidy. (ii) Timely completion of vessels The releases are linked to stage payments received by the Shipyard from the owner of the Ships which in turn is linked to stages of construction. After 14.08.2007 CSL signed contracts for building 10 more vessels. However no subsidy is being paid for these vessels as the Shipbuilding subsidy scheme expired on 14.08.2007. Till a new scheme is approved, release of subsidy on new contracts has been suspended. Projected Outcomes 6 Processes /Timeliness 7 (Rs. in crores) Remarks/ Risk Factors 8

Plan

* The Company is proposing to spend Rs.55.00 Crs during 2010-2011as per details given below. a) Modernization of existing facilities and Renewals & Replacements : Rs 30.00 Crs. b) Setting up of New Small Ship Division : Rs.10.00 Crs c) Additional infrastructure facilities for construction of Air Defence Ship : Rs.15.00 Crs

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ANNEXURE-V STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) HOOGHLY DOCK & PORT ENGINEERS PVT. LTD
S.No. Name of Scheme/ Programme Objective/ Outcome Non-Plan Budget Outlay 2010-2011 Plan Budget Complimentary Extra Budgetary Resources Quantifiable Projected Processes
(Rs. in Crores)

Remarks

Ways & means Loans towards Working Capital requirement

Production for delivery/Sale of the ordered vessels.

8.70

For production Projected --against 12 nos. profitability New construction for 2010-11 is indicated below

As per Note given below

Non Plan loan fund for VRS of 100 VRS during 2010-2011 employees

7.00

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Annexure VI STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) INLAND WATERWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA
S. No. 1 Name of Scheme/ programme 2 Objective/ Outcome 3 4(i) NonPlan 1 Grants to IWAI Development and maintenance of 14.43 National Waterways No 1,2,3,4 & 5 with IWT infrastructure with a view to enhance their utilisation by increased transportation of cargo and passengers. Also undertaking projects related to IWT promotion, training, IT activities etc. 4(ii) Plan Outlay 2010-11 4 4(iii) Complimentary extra-Budgetary Resources 0 Quantifiable Deliverables/ Physical Outputs 5 (Rs. in Crores) Projected Processes/ Remarks/ Outcomes Timelines Risk Factors 8 6 7

112.00

For making National Waterways 1,2 & 3 fully functional by March 2012 an Action Plan has been prepared by IWAI and it is under implementation. The Action Plan envisages physical outputs namely fairway development, a judicious mix of fixed and floating terminals with mechanized handling facilities and access and egress by road/rail and facilities for day and night navigation and demonstrative voyages for 3-4 years for transportation of cargo. Various projects under this Action Plan are already under implementation. These projects would be progressed during 2010-11 subject to availability of funds. This Action Plan is to be completed by March 2012. The details of physical outputs targeted under this Action Plan are given at Annexure-A.

Projected outcome of IWT development is Increased utilisation of inland waterways for transportation of cargo and passengers to about 20 billion ton km by 2025( from present level of about 3.55 billion ton km). Since the IWT sector remained neglected for a longtime it has lost its presence in the country except in a few areas like Assam, Goa, West Bengal, Kerala etc. Efforts are on by IWAI to increase its usage on NW-1, 2 & 3 as explained else where, however,it is not feasible to give increase of IWT usage in btkm in the short periods like one or two years.

Technical Studies and Hy. Survey, Techno - economic R& D feasibility studies , preparation of DPR etc.and research and development in IWT sector Loan Intrest Subsidy Disbursement of loan intrest subsidy Scheme /Inland Vessel and inland vessel building subsidy as Building Subsidy per prevalent schemes Scheme Central Sector Development of IWT infrastructure by Schemes for IWT NER State Govts as per new guidelines Development in NE Region.

1.00

1.00

3.00 #

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Enclosure of AnnexureVI( Annexure-A)


Details of Physical outputs in respect of IWAI (Plan) 1. Development of National Waterway No. 1 Fairway - LAD of 3m in Haldia Farakka for 330 days, as against 2 m; - 2 m in Farakka-Varanasi for 330 days, as against 300 days in Farakka- Patna and 180 days in Patna- Varanasi; and - 1.5 m in Varanasi Allahabad for 330 days, as against 180 days.

Navigational aids -24 hrs. navigational facilities in entire waterway (1620 km) as against 364 km. Terminals -New Fixed terminals at Haldia, Kolkata, Varanasi and Alahabad; -Upgradation of existing fixed terminals at Patna, Pakur and Farakka; -New floating terminals at Diamond Harbour, Katwa, Shantipur, Rajmahal, Manihari, Semaria, Buxar, Doriganj, Ghazipur and Chunar; and -Upgradation of existing floating terminals at Haldia, Kolkata, Sahibganj, Bhagalpur and Ballia.

Procurement of vessels required for development: Acquisition of dredgers, survey vessels and allied vessels. Demonstrative cargo voyages for 3-4 years after 2010-11. 2. Development of National Waterway No. 2 Fairway -LAD of 2 m in Dhubri- Dibrugarh for 330 days as against 300 days; and -1.5 m in Dibrugarh- Sadiya for 330 days, as against 180 days.

Navigational aids -24 hrs. navigational aids in entire waterway (891 km), as against in 255 km. Terminals -New fixed terminal at Pandu; -New coal handling terminal at Jogighopa; -Upgradation of existing floating terminals at Dhubri, Tejpur, Silghat, Jamuguri, Neamati and Dibrugarh

Procurement of vessels required for development: Acquisition of dredgers, surveys vessels and allied vessels. Demonstrative cargo voyages for 3-4 years after 2010-11.

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3.

Development of National Waterway No. 3 Fairway LAD of 2 m for 330 days in entire waterway (205 km), as against 120 km.

Navigational aids -24 hrs navigational aids in entire waterway (205 km) Terminals -New Fixed terminals at Kollam and Alappuzha; and -Upgradation of existing terminals at Aluva, Viakom, Kayamkulam, Kottapuram, Maradu, Chertala and Trikkunnapuzha

Procurement of vessels required for development: Acquisition of dredgers, allied vessels survey vessels. Demonstrative cargo voyages for 3-4 years after 2009-10. 4. It is expected that after providing the above mentioned infrastructural facilities and demonstrating viability of IWT operation by demonstrative cargo transportion voyages for 3-4 years, the transportation of cargo on NW-1, 2 & 3 will increase from 0.73 btkm to 14.12 btkm upto 2024-25. Three Shareholders Agreements for setting up of joint venture companies have been signed by IWAI for acquisition, operation and management of barges on NW1/NW-2 / Indo Bangladesh Protocol routes. These JVs would be asked to place orders for construction of cargo vessels and start their commercial operations early. Institutional strengthening of IWAI based on NPCs report. Details of Physical outputs in respect of IWAI (Plan) 1. Development of National Waterway No. 1 Fairway - LAD of 3m in Haldia Farakka for 330 days, as against 2 m; - 2 m in Farakka-Varanasi for 330 days, as against 300 days in Farakka- Patna and 180 days in Patna- Varanasi; and - 1.5 m in Varanasi Allahabad for 330 days, as against 180 days.

5.

6.

Navigational aids -24 hrs. navigational facilities in entire waterway (1620 km) as against 364 km. Terminals -New Fixed terminals at Haldia, Kolkata, Varanasi and Alahabad; -Upgradation of existing fixed terminals at Patna, Pakur and Farakka; -New floating terminals at Diamond Harbour, Katwa, Shantipur, Rajmahal, Manihari, Semaria, Buxar, Doriganj, Ghazipur and Chunar; and -Upgradation of existing floating terminals at Haldia, Kolkata, Sahibganj, Bhagalpur and Ballia.

Procurement of vessels required for development: Acquisition of dredgers, survey vessels and allied vessels. Demonstrative cargo voyages for 3-4 years after 2010-11.

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2.

Development of National Waterway No. 2 Fairway -LAD of 2 m in Dhubri- Dibrugarh for 330 days as against 300 days; and -1.5 m in Dibrugarh- Sadiya for 330 days, as against 180 days.

Navigational aids -24 hrs. navigational aids in entire waterway (891 km), as against in 255 km. Terminals -New fixed terminal at Pandu; -New coal handling terminal at Jogighopa; -Upgradation of existing floating terminals at Dhubri, Tejpur, Silghat, Jamuguri, Neamati and Dibrugarh

Procurement of vessels required for development: Acquisition of dredgers, surveys vessels and allied vessels. Demonstrative cargo voyages for 3-4 years after 2010-11. 3. Development of National Waterway No. 3 Fairway LAD of 2 m for 330 days in entire waterway (205 km), as against 120km.

Navigational aids -24 hrs navigational aids in entire waterway (205 km) Terminals -New Fixed terminals at Kollam and Alappuzha; and -Upgradation of existing terminals at Aluva, Viakom, Kayamkulam, Kottapuram, Maradu, Chertala and Trikkunnapuzha

Procurement of vessels required for development: Acquisition of dredgers, allied vessels survey vessels. Demonstrative cargo voyages for 3-4 years after 2009-10. 4. It is expected that after providing the above mentioned infrastructural facilities and demonstrating viability of IWT operation by demonstrative cargo transportion voyages for 3-4 years, the transportation of cargo on NW-1, 2 & 3 will increase from 0.73 btkm to 14.12 btkm upto 2024-25. Three Shareholders Agreements for setting up of joint venture companies have been signed by IWAI for acquisition, operation and management of barges on NW 1/NW-2 / Indo Bangladesh Protocol routes. These JVs would be asked to place orders for construction of cargo vessels and start their commercial operations early. Institutional strengthening of IWAI based on NPCs report.

5.

6.

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Annexure-VII STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) CENTRAL INLAND WATER TRANSPORT CORPORATION LIMITED

SL. No.

NAME OF SCHEME / PROGRAMME

OBJECTIVE/ OUTCOME NON-PLAN BUDGET

OUTLAY 2010 11 (Rs. in Crore) PLAN COMPLIMENTARY BUDGET EXTRA BUDGETARY RESOURCES

QUANTIFIABLE DELIVERABLES / PHYSICAL OUTPUTS

PROJECTED OUTCOMES

PROCESSES / TIME LINES

REMARK RISK FACTORS

Grant to CIWTC for payment of salaries & wages

Payment of salaries & wages including statutory dues

9.36

The release are Made quarterly upon receiving UC for previous quarters

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ANNEXURE-VIII STATEMENT OF OUTLAYS AND OUTCOMES / TARGETS (2010-2011) SHIPBUILDING & SHIPREPAIR
S No 1 Name of Scheme/ Programme 2 Objective/Outcome Outlay 2010-2011 (Rs. in Crore) 4 4(i) Non-Plan 4(ii) Plan 4(iii) Complementary Extra Budgetary Recourses Quantifiable Deliverable/ Physical Outputs 5 Projected Outcomes 6 Process / Timelines 7 Remarks / Risk Factors

I A)

PLAN SCHEMES R&D PROJECTS /STUDIES BY INDIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY, VISAKHAPATNAM (NSDRC) Risk Assessment of Passenger Vessels in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Inland Waters A number of passenger vessels are plying on the Indian Coast and in inland waters. The environmental conditions and the nature of operations pose a number of risks to the safety of the passengers and the vessels. Risk Analysis by conducting formal safety assessment studies have been recognized at IMO for evaluation and subsequent improvement in operations and or design of new ships. They also aid in formulation of new rules or modification of existing rules for construction survey and operation of these vessels -0.90 -- Study Report and Recommendations -36 Months There has been no such study conducted using the FSA techniques apart from a project done by on Study of Safety of River Boats in the past. There is a need for revisiting the study and expand the same to all passenger vessels operating in the country using the new techniques India as an emerging maritime player may take up this activity and go beyond the testing of the proposed formulation but also apply the same in evaluation of energy efficiency attained in using new fuel sources such as LNG/CNG, bio fuel and fuel cells The proposal aims at studying this aspects in Indian Shipyard and suggest methods for improvement.

a)

b)

Evaluation of Energy IMO in its recently concluded session (MEPC 59) has Efficiency in Design and proposed an energy efficiency design index(EEDI) for new Fuel Alternatives ships and encouraged testing of the formulation by various countries regarding its robustness

--

1.90

-- Study Report and Recommendations

--

36 Months

c)

Development of Most of the Shipyards in the country, both Government and Production System for Private, use outdate technology for producing ships and Indian Shipyards therefore, ships built in India are costly (compared to China) and take long time to complete. There is a large amount of rework leading to further delays and cost escalation

--

1.55

--

Software based System for efficient Ship Production

--

36 Months

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CHAPTER III REFORM MEASURES AND POLICY INITIATIVES NATIONAL MARITIME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME The National Maritime Development Programme has been formulated envisaging an investment of Rs.1,00,339.00 crores, comprising 276 projects covering all major ports entailing activities like construction / up gradation of berths, deepening of channels, rail/road connectivity projects, etc. at a cost of Rs.55,804.00 crores and 111 projects covering tonnage acquisition maritime training , coastal shipping , aids to navigation, shipbuilding and building up of IWT infrastructure at a cost of Rs. 44,535.00 crores. The share of the private sector investment in the ports sector would be about Rs. 34,505.00 crores mainly consisting of commercially viable projects like development and operation of berth, terminals, etc. Public funded projects would cover the activities like creation of common user infrastructure facilities. The objective is to upgrade and modernize the infrastructure in India considering global standards as the benchmark. Some of the projects included in the progamme have been completed. At present, 50 project have been completed as on January, 2010 and work is in progress in 70 projects. PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN PORT PROJECTS Upon the entry of private sector in the Ports sector as a sequel to the opening up of the Indian economy a Model Concession Agreement (MCA) has been finalized after detailed inter- Ministerial consultations to ensure transparency in the selection process for award of contracts and to enable the ports to have a standard model for concession agreements with the scope of making project / commodity specific alterations to suit the specific requirements of the project. The objective is to give a fillip to private investment in the port sector estimated at Rs. 36,868.00 crores in the eleventh Five year Plan. Model documents for request for Qualification (RFQ) and Request for Proposal (RFP) has also been finalized and circulated among all the major ports so as to ensure the uniformity in the selection process in the award of contracts. With the experience gained in the award of PPP projects in the past few years, the RFQ documents was being reviewed to streamline the process of award of contracts. The amendments have been given effects to after emergence of consensus among various stakeholders, viz. bidders. Concessioning Task force constituted for revising RFQ have has been circulated to all ports maintaining uniformity in invitation for bids. In line with the decision of Committee on infrastructure ,the 12 major ports have taken up the formulation of Business Plans that would facilitate the transformation of these ports into world- class facilities suited to the requirement of the future economy of India. The Business Plans include a 20 year perspective as well as action plan for 7 year period. Accordingly all the major Ports had appointed Consultants for preparation of Business Plans. The Port of Rotterdam Authority was appointed by the IPA as Advisor to co-ordinate the preparation of Business Plans by the Major Ports SETHUSAMUDARAM SHIP CHANNEL PROJECT To ensure that vessels moving between eastern and western coasts of India could have a continuous navigable route within Indias own territorial waters, the implementation of Sethusamudaram Ship Channel Project envisaging cutting of a channel to connect the Gulf of Mannar and Bay of Bengal through Palk Strait and Palk Bay is underway. The dredging in

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Adams Bridge region has been stopped in view of the honble Supreme Court Order dated 31st August, 2007 and 14th September, 2007. Pursuant to orders of the Honble Supreme Court, a committee of Experts has been constituted under the Chairmanship of Dr. R.K. Pachauri, Director General, the energy & Resources Institute to consider the alternative alignment in respect of the Sethusamudaram Ship Channel Project. So far five meetings of the Expert committee have been held and the last meeting was held on 10th November, 2009. Based on the recommendation of the Expert Committee National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa has been assigned the task of undertaking, Environment Impact Assessment (EIA). The Revised Cost Estimates (RCE) of the SSCP is under consideration. EXPANSION OF INDIAN TONNAGE India is among the 20 leading merchant fleets all over the world. The gross tonnage under Indian flag was 9.68 million GT and 15.99 million DWT with 982 vessels as on 31.1.2010. India has attained this position from a humble beginning of merely 0.19 million tons in 1950. ESTABLISHMENT OF INDIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY The Government has established Indian Maritime University (IMU) in Chennai on 14/11/2008 by an Act of Parliament i.e. Indian Maritime University Act, 2008 (22 of 2008) with campuses at Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai and Visakhapatnam. Formation of IMU will facilitate and promote maritime studies, research and extension work with focus on emerging areas of studies including marine science & technology, marine environment, socio-economic, legal and other related fields and also to achieve excellence in these and connected fields. It will promote advanced knowledge by providing institutional and research facilities in such branches of learning as it may deem fit, make provisions for integrated courses in science and other key areas of marine technology and allied disciplines. As there are a sizeable number of private institutions imparting maritime education and training, the University will standardize the quality of such education and training through affiliation and academic supervision. The existing seven Government and Government aided maritime training and research institutes viz. Marine Engineering & Research Institute, Kolkata, Marine Engineering & Research Institute, Mumbai, Lal Bahadur Shastri College of Advanced Maritime Studies and Research, Mumbai, T.S. Chanakya, Navi Mumbai, National Maritime Academy, Chennai, Indian Institute of Port Management, Kolkata as well as National Ship Design and Research Centre, Visakhapatnam will be merged with the IMU. The employees of the above institutes will have the option to continue on deemed deputation to the IMU on the existing terms and conditions or to get absorbed in the IMU. SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA JOINT VENTURES: Liquefied Natural Gas transportation Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has been identified as the fuel for India's power plants and as a feedstock for Chemical / Petrochemical industry. SCI has identified carriage of LNG

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as one of its thrust and growth areas, and has emerged as the only Indian Shipping Company in LNG Transportation. India LNG Transport Company No.1 & No. 2: SCI along with its 3 consortium partners viz. the Japanese Shipping lines MOL, NYK & K-Line formed two JVCs at Malta i.e. India LNG Transport Co. No.1 & India LNG Transport Co. No.2 for the construction, ownership and operation of two LNG tankers viz. S.S. Disha and S.S. Raahi. Qatar Shipping Company joined the JVCs subsequently with 15% equity stake. SCIs equity stake in each JVC is 29.08%. These vessels were delivered on 09.01.2004 and 17.12.2004 to the two above mentioned JVCs respectively. SCI has taken-over independent on-board & on-shore management of these LNG st tankers from 1 Jan, 2009. India LNG Transport Company No.3: SCI with its existing consortium of 3 Japanese Partners viz., MOL, NYK & K-Line has formed a JVC at Malta for construction, owning and operating one LNG tanker of 154,800 cbm for M/s Petronet LNG Ltd. (PLL) Dahej Expansion Project. Qatar Gas Transport Company and PLL have joined the Company with 20% and 3% share respectively. SCIs stake in the Joint venture is 26%. The LNG tanker has been delivered on 16.11.09. The Time Charter Agreement is for a period of 25 years i.e. until 2034. The third tanker will supply additional 2.5 million metric tons of LNG to the Dahej Terminal of PLL where capacity is being expanded. This tanker is fully manned by SCI officers and crew from its delivery. The Government of India through the Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, has set up a Company called Sethusamudram Corporation Limited to undertake the activity of creating and operating a navigational channel from Gulf of Mannar to Bay of Bengal through Palk bay (Sethusamudram Ship Channel). As per the Government directive, this project is to be funded by way of equity contributions from various PSUs including SCI. Pursuant to the Government directive, the SCI Board decided to participate in the project with a capital investment of upto Rs. 50 crores. The SCIs total contribution towards equity in SCL as on 22.05.2008 is Rs. 50 crores. SCI has joined hands with M/s Forbes Gokak Ltd. and Sterling Investments Pvt. Ltd. and formed a JVC viz. SCI Forbes Ltd to operate chemical tankers and other specialized vessels and has already placed order for 4 new Chemical Tankers of 13,000 DWT each. Out of these 2 vessels have been delivered in August and October 2009 respectively, and the remaining 2 are scheduled to be delivered in December 2009 and May 2010 respectively. SCI signed a 50:50 Shareholders Agreement on 14.06.2006 with M/s Forbes Gokak Company, which is into shipping and freight forwarding, will hold half the stake in the JVC, while Sterling Investments Pvt. Ltd., an investment arm of the Shapoorji Group, will hold the rest. Computerization: SCI has initiated large scale computerization of its activities. In this direction, it has engaged Tata Consultancy Services for consultation and implementation of an end-to-end integrated IT system. The project is under implementation.

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DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SHIPPING AMENDMENTS TO MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT, 1958 AND RULES MADE THREUNDER: During the period under review, proposals for ratification of the following Conventions/Protocols of IMO and concomitant amendments to Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 / Rules have been finalized and submitted to the Government:1. Accession to the Protocol of 1996 to the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims, 1976 along with the proposed amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 2. Accession to the Protocol of 1996 to the Convention on the prevention of marine pollution by dumping of waste and other matter (London Convention) 1972 along with the proposed amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 3. Ratification of the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007 along with the proposed Amendments to PART-XIII of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 4. Accession to the 1997 Protocol adding Annex VI (Regulation of Air Pollution to the Convention for Prevention of Pollution from ships 1973/78 of the IMO along with the proposed amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 5. Accession to the Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage, 2001 along with the proposed amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 6. The issuance of the Ordinance to bring any type of vessel irrespective of size, capacity or area of operation within the scope of registration under the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 7. Accession to the Convention for the Control and Management of Ships Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004 along with the proposed amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. 8. A separate Section 454-B with a corresponding entry under the Section 436 to incorporate compliance with security measures prescribed by the Central Government has been provided in the Merchant Shipping Act. 9. Accession for the Control of Harmful Anti-Fouling System on Ships, 2001 alongwith the proposed amendments to the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958. COCHIN SHIPYARD LIMITED Strategic efforts to improve international market presence. Having established its presence in International Shipbuilding market, the yard propose to move one more step further by concentrating in construction of specialized vessels in the niche segment. Towards this end, CSL has recently tied up with M/s IHC Holland, to get more business for construction of dredgers with their technical support. The effort would help the yard to gain reputation in international market. Public Private Partnership CSL has reached full capacity utilization in the last few years. At this level of operation the yard felt that growth in physical and financial achievement will only be possible through

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expansion and possibly through Public Private Partnership. Accordingly CSL has signed an MOU with M/s Tebma Shipyards Ltd Chennai for outsourcing of design, construction and delivery of Tugs and Offshore vessels. Under the MOU the entire construction activity of 12 vessels have been entrusted to M/S Tebma Shipyards Ltd. Chennai. Measures to improve competitiveness Reduction of Cost In order to sustain in the competitive market, Cochin Shipyard Limited has of late adopted the strategy of increasing the volume of business and improving productivity, thereby reducing the cost. Computerization Computerization with ERP has been adopted for infusing a transparent and systematic work culture. Following areas have been brought under online with the introduction of ERP solutions :(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Finance Department Design Department Materials Department HRD & Personnel Department and Ship repair Department.

This has resulted in increased efficiency and reduction in cost Expansion of Yard CSL is implementing plans for its future growth by setting up a Small division in the southern end of CSL estate which would help the yard to continue the construction of commercial ships along with the Aircraft Carrier. Unit Cost Data Since nature and type of work on each contract vary significantly from ship to ship both for constructions/repairs, it is difficult to measure Unit cost per Ship and fix a standard Cost/Unit for comparisons. However, the yard anticipates bringing down the overall Unit cost, by increasing volume of business and improving productivity. HOOGHLY DOCK & PORT ENGINEERS LTD. B. POLICY INITIATIVES: The Company had also taken the following measures simultaneously to improve the performance in course of the last few years: The Companys Salkia Unit has been accredited with ISO: 9001 and Nazirgunge Unit ISO 9002 both 2000 version certified by Indian Register of Quality System (IRQS) Aggressive marketing for Securing orders, the Company has installed Web site under Domain Name www.hooghlydock.gov.in. Expedite the process of up-grading the facilities with the Plan Support given by GOI.

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Reduction of Manpower found redundant Computerization. Improving Industrial relation through involving employees in day-to-day function of the Company. H.R.D. through Training Programme of Personnel and cross-training them to multi-discipline trades. Efforts to increase Shipbuilding activity, Ship repairing activity.

REDUCTION IN MAN POWER STRENGTH OF THE COMPANY: The man power strength of the company on the date of nationalization was 2355 Nos. However, the company has taken various steps including voluntary retirement scheme for reducing its strength to bare minimum level. As on 31.03.2009 and on 31.12.2009 the total strength was 605 Nos. and 572 Nos. respectively. SIGNIFICANT FEATURE OR HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDING PROGRESS ACHIEVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANCILLIARY SECTOR, SOCIOECONOMIC AND WELFARE MEASURES ETC. Till date the Company has constructed and delivered more than 105 Vessels, which include construction and delivery of Light House Tender Vessel for DGLL , two Offshore Platform support - cum-supply Vessels for Oil & Natural Gas Commission and a Grab Hopper Dredger for Port Trusts , which are import substitution , and Multipurpose Vessel to DCI , Floating Dry Dock to Kandla Port Trust etc. a) The Company has delivered 400 Passenger Vessel for A&N Administration and various medium size vessels for IWAI. b) The Company is also carrying on ship-repair work for various Tugs, Oceangoing Vessels etc. of different Port Trusts, Coast Guard & Port Crafts. c) The Company had also contributed in the development of ancillaries for shipbuilding and ship repair sector.

RESTRUCTURING CUM-REHABILATION PACKAGE Keeping in view the boom in Shipbuilding and Ship repairing Industry and strategic location of this shipyard in the Eastern Coastal Sector of the country, it has been decided to revive the shipyard Hooghly Dock & Port Engineers Limited. It is also an endeavor of the Government to revive the sick public sector undertaking which are of national importance. The shipyard has in the recent past shown a sign of coming on track as it has bagged orders of more than Rs.200 crores, first time from Indian Navy and Inland Waterways Authority of India Limited. On the recommendation of the Rehabilitation-cum-restructuring proposal by Board for Reconstruction of Public Sector Enterprises (BRPSE), the proposal was considered by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) and decided that, in the first instance, a committee of Secretaries look into the question of reviving the company through a joint venture with the private sector.

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As per decision of Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, the Ministry examined the issue in consultation with consultant M/s IL & FS, IDC, & Chairman & Managing Director of HDPEL and taking into consideration various aspects viz order book position of the company, stage of construction of various projects in hand, implications of orders in hand especially from Indian Navy while entering into Joint Venture with private party etc., the Ministry viewed that proposal of Setting up a Joint Venture Company could be a viable option. The proposal was considered by the Committee of Secretaries wherein it was observed that, in view of the fact that since the order book position and operating profits of the company have improved, the Ministry should go ahead and find a strategic partner for the Joint Venture formation and formulate a viable revival plan according to CCEAs direction. The stated potential of this sector improved the possibility of locating a JV partner. Any waiver and grants from Government of India to clean up the Balance Sheet could only be considered at that stage. After detailed discussions, it was decided that, the Department of Shipping would re-examine at the restructuring plan of the company keeping in view the CCEAs directions and come back to COS with clear and detailed revival proposal. The consultant M/s IL & FS appointed to conduct the techno-commercial feasibility for formation of Joint Venture and assist HDPEL in a bid process management for selection of prospective Joint Venture Partner does not feel that the company has reached a position which would warrant winding up of the company. The overall financials of the company and the workforce would make a disinvestment proposal at this point of time unviable. The consultant has studied some models for private sector participation which stated below. Option I: Both works at Salkia & Nazirgunge be given to PSP on long term lease; Option II: One of the works be given on a long term lease to PSP while the others remain with HDPEL; Option III: HDPEL to form JV with PSP. In the JV HDPEL to hold 49 or 26% stake while majority of stake (51 or 74%) to remain with PSP. HDPEL to give both its work units on long term lease to the JV Company or opt to give Nazirgunge work unit only. However, the consultant has recommended the third option of formation of Joint Venture Company with PSP which could be a viable option for consideration with least complexity wherein the HDPEL shall form a JV company with a private sector player selected through a open competitive bidding process engaged in similar kind of activities with having experience in the field of production, planning, production management, design development, training, marketing, R&D etc. along with financial capabilities. The existence of HDPEL as a holding company will be retained. The company will provide both Nazirgunge and Salkia works along with its entire infrastructure to the JV Company on long term lease / right to use. The orders that can be sub-contracted to JV will be passed on to the JV company and orders which cannot be sub-contracted to JV will be given to JV as a Management Contract on a fixed fee basis, which will become part of the bidding document. The JV Company will execute all current order, which can be transferable and get future order in its name. The HDPEL shall provide the infrastructure and available land to the JV. It is further recommended that prior to finalizing the framework; it may be beneficial to take the reactions of the possible bidders. To this extent, it is recommended that an Expression of Interest be issued for initially short listing bidders. The views of the shortlisted bidders would be taken prior to the Final Bidding Process.

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Keeping in view the decision of COS in the light of CCEA directives, the Ministry submitted the proposal for consideration of COS. The Committee of Secretaries in its meeting held on 17th September, 2009 considered the proposal of Ministry of Shipping and after having been briefed by the Secretary(S) discussed the proposal of revival of Hooghly Dock & Port Engineers Ltd. and concluded that There is a broad consensus that action as per Option III recommended by the consultant may be taken by the Ministry of Shipping. The Balance sheet needs to be suitably restructured while inviting private sector participation. The Ministry of shipping may bring this matter for consideration of the cabinet keeping the views expressed by various Departments / Ministries in the meeting, including the procedure for selection of private sector partner and examination of the necessity of Parliamentary approval for the proposed action. The Ministry is contemplating to place the proposal before the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs. INLAND WATER TRANSPORT There are three basic infrastructural requirements for making a waterway suitable for shipping and navigation. These are (i) navigable channel with adequate depth and width to enable navigation by reasonable size of cargo and passenger vessels, (ii) navigational aids for day and night safe and smooth navigation, and (iii) inland water transport terminals to provide facility for berthing of vessels, loading and unloading of cargo/passengers and connectivity with road and rail. However, since the sector remained neglected for a long time, it lost its significance and it can regain its due importance only when adequate infrastructure is put into place making IWT operations commercially viable. When this is done, the private sector would invest for owning and operating cargo and passenger vessels. After formation of IWAI in October 1986, systematic and sustained efforts to develop IWT mode started. But during initial years (i.e upto 8th Plan) IWAI could not be provided with significant funding. From 9th Plan onwards, funding pattern of IWAI improved. In the entire 8th plan the investment for IWT infrastructure was only of the order of Rs. 35cr. This rose to Rs.151cr during the 9th plan, and further to Rs 385 cr in 10th Plan. However, the total investment made for its development since independence is still insignificant when compared to other modes i.e. Road and Rail. With a view to encourage development of IWT sector and investment from the private sector in this mode, an IWT policy was promulgated in 2001. The important policy issues/fiscal concessions contained in this policy are: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) IWAI/Govt. can enter into Joint Ventures for IWT projects IWAI/Govt. can participate in equity in BOT projects Inland vessels building subsidy of 30% Higher depreciation rate for inland vessels Custom duty concessions for equipment/machinery related to IWT sector Tax exemptions similar to National Highways. IWAI may raise bonds from market, to borrow funds.

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Considering the importance of development of IWT sector of the country, IWT has been declared as a Thrust Area vide PMO note No. 430/32/C/5/2005-ESI dated 10.2.2005. The Thrust Area envisages gradual shift of domestic cargo from rail and road modes to inland water transport, increasing its share from the present level of less than 1% to atleast 2%. It is expected that by 2025 this target can be achieved. IWAI is implementing an Action Plan for making National Waterways 1, 2 & 3 fully functional by March 2012 . This Action Plan envisages fairway with 3 m/2m/1.5 m depth, a judicious mix of fixed and floating terminals and facilities for 24 hrs navigation. Some important projects initiative taken under this process are explained below: IWAI has been employing eco-friendly, cost effective and employment intensive technology of bandalling using bamboos to divert flow from secondary channel to main channel thereby increasing the depth in the later. IWAI has 8 degrees on NW-1, 2 and 3 and 9 more are being added in next one year. With this, IWAI shall be trying to provide higher LAD in NW-1 and 2, [ 3 m in Haldia-Farakka (against 2.5 m at present), 2.5 m in Farakka- Patna (against 2.0 m at present), 2 m between Patna and Varanasi for 330 days (against 270 days at present) in NW-1 and 2.5 m between Dhubri and Neamati (against 2.0 m at present)]. With these depths, viability of IWT operations on NW-1 and 2 shall increase. IWAI has already constructed low level jetties of permanent modern river terminals at Patna and Pandu and high level Jetties at these places are under construction. Two more permanent terminals are being constructed at Varanasi and Kolkata. On NW-3, seven permanent terminals have been constructed and one more is under construction. In addition, floating pontoon jetties and floating cranes are available at number of places on NW-1 and 2. Jogighopa, located on the northern bank of Brahmaputra (NW-2) is a hub for transportation of Meghalaya coal. Presently this coal is loaded into rail wagons or trucks at Jogighopa for onward transportation to eastern India. Since a part of this coal can be effectively transported by IWT mode, IWAI is working on a annuity based project for construction and managing of a mechanized coal terminal with private sector participation For providing state of art computer based navigational aids, IWAI has planned four DGPS station on NW-1 and three on NW-2. Out of these the one at Bhagalpur (NW-1) has already been commissioned and station at Jogighopa (NW2) shall be commissioned soon. To ensure safe navigation, IWAI has also developed navigational charts, navigational atlas and software which can be used on NW-1, 2 ,3 and Sunderbans waterways. With these, any vessel fitted with a computer and a few more devices can navigate safely by following navigation route loaded in the computer. National Inland Navigation Institute (NINI) was set up by IWAI to train IWT personnel particularly the crew for inland vessels and has been imparting training since February 2004. Training programmes are also being conducted for personnel of paramilitary forces. Management of this institute has been outsourced to a private agency which run a marine training institute at New Delhi and steps are being taken to develop NINI as an institute of international repute. Training on state of art simulators is going to be started in NINI shortly.

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While IWAI is implementing various projects for making NW-1, 2 and 3 fully functional by March 2012, it is also working on some projects for setting specific movement of bulk cargo by IWT mode. One of the important projects in this respect was movement of coal from Haldia to Farakka and Kahalgaon for the power plants of NTPC. A MoU has been signed between NTPC and IWAI for transportation of 2-3 million tonne per annum imported coal and action being taken accordingly. Another interesting potential is the possibility of movement of project cargo to several hydro-power projects coming up in Arunachal Pradesh on various tributaries of Brahmaputra. As many as 34 hydropower projects are slated to come up in Arunachal Pradesh on tributaries of Brahmaputra by 14th Plan, with total installed capacity of 31,322 MW. About 40 million tonne of cement and steel shall be transported for these projects from Kolkata/Haldia area. Through waterways of Bangladesh, NW-2 can provide a cost effective mode of transport. IWAI is working on these projects and a Workshop on these two issues was organized by IWAI at Mumbai on 18.1.2010 where all stake holders in this respect participated. There had been many successful movements of Over Dimensional Cargo (ODC) on NW-1, 2, and 3 in last two years. Considering that IWAI has upgraded IWT infrastructure on NW-1, 2 and 3 and based on interaction, IWAI had with various project promoters and logistics operators, it is expected that ODC movement on NWs, is going increase substantially in coming years. Therefore from 1st January 2010 IWAI has started levying user charges @ Rs.1.50 per tonne per km for movement of ODC on NW-1, 2 and 3 and detailed guidelines in this regard have been issued. In October 2009 an inland cruise vessel RV Bengal Pandaw belonging to Irrawaddy Flotilla Company of Myanmar (who also operates river cruise vessels in Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia) under took its maiden journey on National Waterway-1 between Kolkata and Varanasi and traversed this distance of 1243 km in twelve days. Till January 2010 this vessel has completed six voyages and shall be undertaking ten more Voyages by 31/03/2010. M/s Vivada Inland Waterways operate their cruise vessel MV Paramhansa on NW-1 and Sundarbans. M/s Assam-Bengal Navigation Company are also operating cruise vessels, on NW-1 and NW-2. River tourism on NW-3 is already popular among domestic and foreign tourists. In short, it can be said that river cruise on NW-1, 2 and 3 has started and is going to flourish more in future. Preparation of Detailed Project Reports (DPR) for the two new NWs (NW-4 & 5) which were declared in November 2008) is going to be completed soon. However, no fund has been allocated for their development. IWAI was appointed by Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) as Project Development Consultant (PDC) for implementation of Kaladan Multimodal Transit Transport Project in Myanmar. The project is piloted and funded by MEA. In this regard, an agreement between MEA and Inland Waterways Authority of India for implementation of the project was signed on 19th March 2009. MEA will appoint main contractor and if required sub-contractors for the execution of the

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project. The responsibilities of the PDC are preparation for selection of construction contractors for development of various project facilities, supervision of construction and project management of various works and co-ordination / liaison between the nodal agencies and the construction contractors. IWAI is taking necessary action for implementation of this project as the PDC. One of the important requirements for rapid development of IWT sector is strengthening of IWAI as an organization by way of providing/rationalizing additional manpower (particularly technical manpower) to enhance its capacity to conceptualize and execute projects and capacity to effectively utilize higher level of funds. In this respect, an organization restructuring and manpower planning study for IWAI has been done by National Productivity Council (NPC). NPC submitted its report in 2007 which was considered by IWAI Board and thereafter forwarded to MoS. This report is being examined in MoS before implementation.

CENTRAL INLAND WATER TRANSPORT IMPLEMENTATION OF CABINET DECISION On the recommendation of the BRPSE, the Government of India approved the following proposals for restructuring of CIWTC Ltd. on 01.12.2005. Handing over Rajabagan Dockyard along with its existing manpower (371) employees, assets and liabilities to Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd. (GRSE) or to any other PSE on outright purchase / long term lease / management contract basis in a transparent manner to be overseen by a Group of Secretaries to be constituted as para 3.1 of the Cabinet decision. Write off of interest (as on date of actual write off) and conversion of outstanding principal amount as on 31.03.2005 into equity and thereafter reducing the same against the accumulated losses. Introduction of VRS to bring down the manpower level (of CIWTC minus RBD) to 43 from the existing level of 1080. Disinvestment of CIWTC minus RBD in favour of Private parties after implementation of above proposal.

STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ABOVE DECISIONS IS AS UNDER The Rajabagan Dockyard (RBD) to CIWTC had since been handed over to M/s. GRSE Ltd. w.e.f. 1st July 2006 with 314 employees. Following the approval of the Government, the accounting effects for interest on GOI loan as on 31.01.2007 amounting to Rs. 213.83 crore has been converted into equity and the necessary accounting effect has also been given in the Books of Accounts for financial year 2006-07.

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Similarly, the accounting entries in respect of conversion of outstanding GOI loan into equity as on 31.03.2005 amounting to Rs.120.48 crore has been given in the Books of Accounts for financial year 2006-07. However, the action regarding the reduction of capital against accumulated losses amounting to Rs.120.45 crore and accounting effect has been given in the Annual Accounts for the year 2007-08. In accordance with the decision of the Government of India, the manpower was to be bought down to 43 from 1080. After handing over of Rajabagan Dockyard to M/s. GRSE with the manpower of 312 and subsequent reduction of 313 employees having proceeded under VRS as well as natural attrition, the present manpower has now come down to 413 as on 01st January, 2010.

MEASURES TAKEN TO IMPROVE COMPETITIVENESS Reduction of Cost ---- In order to sustain in the competitive market, CIWTC has of late adopted the strategy of increasing the volume of business and improving productivity, thereby reducing the cost. Computerization Computerization has been adopted for infusing a transparent and systematic work culture. Following areas have been brought under computerization. (a) Finance Department (b) Materials Department (c) HRD & Personnel Department This has resulted in increased efficiency and reduction in cost. Most of the self-propelled carriers of CIWTC are running at an economic speed of 1500 RPM instead of 1800 RPM without effecting the voyage period, which cuts down fuel consumption by 10% for the complete voyage. Effective steps have been taken for optimal utilization of electricity by restricting the electrical installation only at working places, reducing the use of electricity in offices by using CFL bulbs of optimum capacity and dispensing high capacity bulbs, and creating awareness among employees in saving electricity.

SHIPBUILDING & SHIPREPAIR A proposal for formulation of the new shipbuilding subsidy scheme as per the terms to be decided by the competent authority is under consideration of the Ministry. The Ministry is also facilitating setting up of two international size shipyards, one on the East Coast and the other on the West Coast. Shipbuilding Subsidy Scheme: The scheme for providing shipbuilding subsidy to all Indian Shipyards including private sector shipyards was introduced on 25.2.2002 with the specific purpose of providing a level playing field to the Indian shipbuilding industry in the global areas against stiff international competition from foreign shipyards who enjoy various direct and indirect tax benefits. The scheme has expired on 14.8.2007. In order to give a boost to the Indian shipbuilding industry, the revival of the scheme is on the anvil.

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CHAPTER IV REVIEW OF PAST PERFORMANCE PORTS REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE IN 2007-2008 & 2008-09 TRAFFIC During 2007-08, 12 major ports handled 519.31 Million Tonnes of traffic as against 423.57 Million Tonnes during 2005-06 as shown below. In 2008-09 total traffic handled is 530.36 MT against the 2008-09 annual target of 576.09 MT. The composition of cargo is shown below: (In Million Tonnes) POL Iron F & RM Coal Container Other Total Ore (in Million TEUs) Cargo 2002-03 110.61 50.63 8.55 48.11 43.67 (3.37) 52.96 313.53 2005-06 142.09 79.17 12.19 58.76 61.98 (4.61) 69.38 423.57 2006-07 154.34 80.58 14.13 59.98 73.44 (5.54) 81.31 463.78 2007-08 168.75 91.80 16.63 64.93 92.27 (6.71) 84.94 519.31 2008-09* 176.14 94.04 18.23 70.40 93.14 (6.59) 78.59 530.53 2009-10** 129.99 69.47 14.17 53.63 73.83 (5.05) 70.85 411.95 * Provisional ** Upto Dec.09
2002-03 52.96 43.67 48.11 8.55 POL Coal Iron Ore Container 109.61
93.14 2008-09

78.59 176.14

70.40

50.63 F & RM Other Cargo


POL Coal

18.23

94.04

Iron Ore Container

F & RM Other Cargo

CAPACITY The aggregate capacity in twelve Major Ports as on 31st March, 2009 was 586.07 Million Tonnes per annum (MTPA) as against 543.47 Million Tonnes per annum as on 31st March, 2008. The capacity addition of 42.60 MTPA was achieved through a mix of addition of new berths & improvement in efficiency. In the 10th Plan, period the overall capacity of the Major Ports has consistently been greater than the traffic handled at the Major Ports as can be seen from the following graph. However, there have been some commodity specific capacity requirement shortfalls in some specific Ports.

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Traffic v/s Capacity in the Major Ports

Output Per Ship Berth Day(OSB)


12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 OSB 6961 7024 8455 9079 9298 9267 9745 10071 200809(P) 10464

10464
8455 6961 7024 9079 9298

9267

9745

10071

In 2007-08, a capacity of 38.32 MT has been added. The capacity at the end of the year (2008) was 543.47 MT. The new berths that were commissioned during 2006 07 and 2007-08 are as shown below:Year 2006-07
NAME OF BERTH Construction of 10th cargo berth (Renamed as 12th cargo berth) at Kandla Port Development of Port facilities by M/s ESSAR at Vadinar of Kandla Port Modification of bulk berth as container berth in Jawaharlal Nehru Port Total COST (Rs in Crores) 46.98 750.00 900.00 PHYSICAL CAPACITY (IN MT) 7.20 12.00 15.60 34.80

1 2 3

Details of new berths that were commissioned during 2007-08: (In million tones)
Sr. No 1 2. 3. 4. Name of the Scheme Construction of berth No.2 at Haldia Port Construction of berth No.3 at Haldia Port Single Point Mooring at Paradip Port by IOCL Crude handling facilities at Cochin Port Total Capacity 2.00 1.00 15.00 6.00 24.00

During 2008-09 a capacity of 42.60 MTPA has also been added. The major projects are as follows: (i) Second Container Terminal at Chennai 12 MT (1 million TEUs). (ii) Replacement of Mattancherry wharf at Cochin 1.5 MT. (iii) Modernisation of ore handling complex at Visakhapatnam 4.0 MT. (iv) Construction of 12th Cargo berth at Kandla 2.0 MT. In addition some other schemes of replacement, modernisation of equipments, etc. are expected to add to the capacity of the berths. Efficiency parameter at Major Ports The Major Ports in India have improved their operational efficiency substantially over the last few years, which is reflected in the performance indicator. The

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improvement in some of the physical performance indicators in the current decade is shown below: Performance Parameters 2000-01 (Beginning of the Decade) 4.24 11.04 6961 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (Upto Dec.09) 4.54 13.44 9995

Average turn around time (in days) Average pre-berthing detention time (in hrs.) Average output per-ship per berth day (in tonnes)

2.63 11.40 10071

2.51 9.55 10473

The steady improvement in the efficiency parameter is reflected in the following graph as shown below: Average Turn Around Time The average turn around time has improved from 4.24 days in 2000-01 to 2.51 days in 2008-09 as depicted in the graph below:
Turn Round Time (in Days) 5 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0
TRT

4.24

4.44 3.69 3.45 3.41 3.41 2.56 2.63 2.51

Days

2000-01 4.24

2001-02 4.44

2002-03 3.69

2003-04 3.45

2004-05 3.41

2005-06 3.41

2006-07 2.56

2007-08 2.63

2008-09 2.51

Average pre-berthing detention time The average pre-berthing detention time has declined from 11.04 hours in 2000-01 to 9.55 hrs. in 2008-09 as depicted in the graph below:
Pre-berthing Detention Time(in Hrs)
14

12

11.52 11.04
10

11.4 10.05 8.73 9.55

8 Hours

6.9
6

6.03 4.86

2000-01 PBT 11.04

2001-02 11.52

2002-03 6.9

2003-04 4.86

2004-05 6.03

2005-06 8.73

2006-07 10.05

2007-08 11.4

2008-09 9.55

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Average output per ship per berth day The average output per ship per berth day has shown a major increase in this decade. It has increased from 6961 Tonnes in 2000-01 to 10473 tonnes in 2008-09 as depicted in the graph below:
Output Per Ship Berth Day(OSB)
12000

10473
10000

8455
8000

9079 9298 9267 9745

10071

6000

6961

7024

4000

2000

0 2000-01 OSB 6961 2001-02 7024 2002-03 8455 2003-04 9079 2004-05 9298 2005-06 9267 2006-07 9745 2007-08 10071 2008-09 10473

The average turn round time has nearly plateaued out as vessels of higher tonnage are increasingly berthing at the Ports keeping in line with the international trend of bigger and bigger vessels being employed by the shipping lines. This is reflected by the fact that the average output per ship per berth day has shown consistently increasing trend indicating improved cargo handling at the Ports. However, there has been a deterioration in the average pre-berthing time due to capacity constraint in some specific commodities in some Ports. Further, priority berthing for fertilizers and food grains in 2006-07 and 2007-08 in consonance with the policy of GOI to give priority to vessel carrying food grains and fertilizers has also lead to bunching of vessels with consequent increase in pre-berthing waiting time. The port-wise distribution of cargo handled in 2008-09, the growth in traffic vis-vis the capacity at the Port during the last five years and some of the important projects that are being implemented is annexed. In addition, the status of projects of ALHW, Post-Tsunami Works and Sethusamudram Project is shown below: REGULAR PLAN WORKS: In Andaman Nicobar Islands 1) Completed construction of Deep water wharf at Campbell Bay in Great Nicobar Islands. This wharf will facilitate berthing of Mainland ships after completion of dredging in front of wharf and raising approach to the Break water which are in progress.

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2) Development of Junglighat Harbour Phase-I in Port Blair is nearing completion and construction of finger Jetties in Phase-II under Tsunami rehabilitation Programme (TRP) is going to be awarded shortly. In Lakshadweep Construction of Eastern side embarkation facilities at Minicoy completed, similar facilities at Kavaratti, Agathi, Amini are completed more than 80% and will be completed fully during the current financial year. Post Tsunami Reconstruction works for Ports and Harbour structures in A & N Islands Almost all the repair/reconstruction works are completed or under active progress. An amount of Rupees 976 Crores, was earmarked under Tsunami Rehabilitation Programme for Ports & Harbour structures. Out of this, Projects costing about Rs.300 Cr are awarded and at various stages of progress. Projects costing about Rs.100 Cr are going to be awarded soon. Projects costing about Rs.250 Cr are dropped as per review made by A&N Administration. Three Nos. Turnkey Projects Estimated to cost about Rs.180 Cr will be funded by Planning Commission through A&N Admn. Out of 56 nos. of berthing structures of various categories available in the A &N Islands, 50nos. have been made functional by attending temporary or permanent rehabilitation works. Out of the balance 06 nos. which are non-functional, 04 Nos. (Hut Bay, Junglighat, Malacca & Tee Top) have been dropped in consultation with A&N Administration and 2 Nos. (Gandhi Nagar & Fisheries Jetty) requiring major reconstruction have been taken up and are progressing as per schedule. In addition to the above, ALHW has completed Procuring & Commissioning of 05 Nos. cranes at Southern Group of Islands. One number 45 Ton Capacity Reach Stacker procured and commissioned at Haddo Wharf. Three numbers of 05 Ton capacity fork Lifts procured and commissioned and are being used. One number 75 Ton Crawler mounted Crane at Campbell Bay has been procured and commissioned. Major schemes under TRP, which have been awarded recently are listed below.

Replenishing of damaged Breakwater and approach to Wharf at Hut Bay in Little Andaman (AA& ES Accorded for Rs. 80.98 Crores, work awarded and is in progress) Construction of sea wall / Shore protection at Campbell Bay (AA& ES accorded for Rs .46.48 Crores, work awarded for three stages and is in progress.) Reconstruction of office building complex for ALHW (AA&ES accorded for Rs. 11.76 Crores, awarded and is in progress.) Development of Junglighat Harbour Phase-II ( AA &ES accorded for Rs. 78.93 Crores, tenders for various sub-works and main work are called and are under finalization. Works are expected to commence shortly).

Under the turnkey projects envisaged in the Tsunami Rehabilitation Programme, initially there were four projects, out of these four project, one has been deferred as

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per the directions of A&N administration and the status of the balance three works is as under. Construction of new alternative jetty for interisland vessels at Safed Balu in Teresa Including. Other Port infrastructures, Navids, dredging etc. The estimated cost of the project is worked out to a tune of Rs.45.32 crores and presently is in its advance stage of sanction. Environmental clearance is also being pursued paralelly. Development of harbour for mainland vessels at Katchal including other Port Infrastructures. The estimated cost of the project is worked out to a tune of Rs.127.28 crores and presently is in its advance stage of sanction. Environmental clearance is also being pursued paralelly. Conducting feasibility studies for construction of Transshipment Port at South Bay in Great Nicobar Islands. AA& ES accorded for Rs.4.30 crores The work has been awarded to the consultant during last week of August, 08.

Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project The Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project envisages cutting of a channel to connect the Gulf of Mannar and Bay of Bengal through Palk Strait & Palk Bay so that ships moving between east and west coast of India could have a continuous navigable sea route within Indias own territorial waters. An SPV by name Sethusamudram Corporation Limited has been incorporated on 6 th December, 2004 to raise finance and to undertake implementation of the project. The total project cost was estimated at Rs.2427.40 crore. The project will lead to saving in navigational distance upto 424 nautical miles (1 Nautical Mile = 1.852 kms.) and the saving in time upto 29.9 hours. The dredging work has been awarded to M/s. Dredging Corporation of India, a premier dredging company in India and a PSU under the administrative control of Department of Shipping. The work commenced on 2.7.2005. The dredging in Adams Bridge region has been suspended in view of the Honble Supreme Courts Order dated 31 st August, 2007 and 14 th September, 2007. However, work in Palk Strait region is going on. The Revised Cost Estimates (RCE) in respect of SSCP are under active consideration. Pursuant to orders of the Honble Supreme Court of India, a Committee of Experts has been constituted under the chairmanship of Dr. R.K. Pachauri, The Energy and Resources Institute, to consider the alternative alignment in respect of the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project.

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Chennai Port Trust Traffic (In MT)


Commodity POL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total 2007-08 12.79 10.82 0.89 9.62 18.05 4.98 57.15 2008-09 13.11 8.25 0.76 9.82 20.58 4.97 57.49 2009-10 (upto Dec. 09)* 10.33 6.05 0.53 2.60 17.11 9.21 45.83

2008-09

Others 4.97

POL 13.11

Iron Ore 8.25 Containers 20.58 Coal 9.82 Fertilizer & RM 0.76

The growth in traffic vis-a vis the capacity at the Port in the last five years is shown below: Traffic( MT) Capacity (MTPA)
70 60

2004-05 43.81 41.85

2005-06 47.25 48.80

2006-07 53.41 50.00

2007-08 57.15 53.35

2008-09 57.49 55.75

50

40

30

20

10

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

Traffic MT

Capacity (MTPA)

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ENNORE PORT LIMITED The EPL located in Tamil Nadu, is the 12th Major Port and the first corporate Major Port of India which has been registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. The Port commenced its commercial operations in June 2001. Consequent to the commissioning of the Marine Liquid Terminal in January 2009, the present capacity of the Port is 16 MTPA as on 31st March 2009. The Port handled a traffic of 11.50 MT as against the MoU excellent target of 10.55 MT. The breakup of cargo handle in 2008-09 & 2009-10 (upto Dec.09) is given below: Break of Cargo handled in 2008-09 & 2009-2010( upto Dec 2009) (In MT) 2008-09 POL Iron Ore Coal Other Total 0.37 1.11 9.71 0.32 11.50 2009-10 (Dec 2009)* 0.28 0.71 7.06 8.13
9.71 0.68 1.11 POL Iron Ore Coal

(*) - Provisional The growth in traffic vis-a-vis the capacity at the Port in the last five years is shown below: 200720082004-05 2005-06 2006-07 08 09 Traffic (MT) 9.48 9.17 10.71 11.56 11.50 Capacity (MTPA) 12.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 16.00 Major Projects that are being implemented in the Port: i. Capital Dredging Project Phase I: The work was awarded at a value of Rs.91.00 crores. The purpose of capital dredging is to create depth of (-) 15m in the three new berth areas of Marine Liquid, Coal and Iron Ore terminals. The dredging work commenced on 15.10.2007 and was completed by 31.01.2009. Capital Dredging Phase IA: The work has been taken up at a value of Rs.30 Crores. The objective of the Project is to widen the turning basin and protection of the Northern shore by beach nourishment. The dredging work was completed in March, 2009.

ii.

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iii.

General Cargo Berth: A multi-purpose general cargo berth to facilitate handling of cars, project cargo and other clean cargo is being developed at an estimated cost of Rs110.00 crores. The facility is expected to be commissioned in the financial year 2010-11.

Under Public Private Participation in Port Infrastructure a) Marine Liquid Terminal (3 MTPA): The project has been awarded to M/s. Ennore Tank Terminal Pvt. Ltd. a consortium of IMC and L&T. The revised project cost is estimated at Rs.249.00 crores and commercial operation has commenced from 15th January 2009. b) Coal Terminal (8 MTPA for handling Non-TNEB Coal): The project has been awarded to M/s. Chettinad International Coal Terminal Pvt. Ltd., a consortium of South India Corporation Ltd., Portia Management Services Ltd. and Navyuga Engineering Ltd., on 09.07.2006. The Project Cost is estimated at about Rs.399.13 crores. The construction work is in progress and is scheduled to commence operations in August 2010. c) Iron Ore Terminal (12 MTPA): The project has been awarded to M/s. SICAL Iron Ore Terminal Ltd., a consortium of SICAL and L&T on 9th July 2006. The project cost is estimated at Rs.480.00 crores and is being implemented in two phases the first phase being estimated to cost of Rs.360.00 crores to handle 6mt of cargo and the second phase at an estimated cost of Rs.120.00 crores to increase the capacity by another 6mt. The construction work is in progress and is likely to commence operations in August 2010. d) Container Terminal (18 MTPA / 1.5 MTEUs): Approval of the Government has been accorded for the development of a Container Terminal at Ennore Port with 1000m quay length at an estimated cost of Rs.1407.00 crores. The Bidding process of selecting the developer is in progress and expected to be awarded in 2009-10.

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU PORT TRUST (JNPT)

The JNPT located in Maharashtra was commissioned in May 1989 to develop container handling in India. It is an all weather tidal Port having 12 berths out of which 8 are dedicated for container handling. The total capacity as on 31st March, 2009 is 57.96 MTPA. The Port handled a traffic of 57.29 MT in 2008-09 as against the target of 63.50 MT. The breakup of the cargo handled in 2008-09 & 2009-10 (upto Dec. 2009) is shown below. Distribution of cargo: 2008-09 & 2009-10 (In MT)
COMMODITY POL CONTAINERS OTHER LIQUID DRY BULK (CEMENT) OTHERS (Ge. Cargo) TOTAL 2008-09 4.55 50.60 1.32 0.81 0.013 57.29 2009-10* (Upto Dec 2009) 3.84 38.85

1.86 44.55

(*) - Provisional
JN PORT TOTAL CARGO : 2008-09
OTHER LIQUID, 1.32, 2.30% DRY BULK (CEMENT), 0.81, 1.41% OTHERS, 0.013, 0.02%

POL, 4.55, 7.94%

CONTAINERS, 50.6, 88.32%

POL DRY BULK (CEMENT)

CONTAINERS OTHERS

OTHER LIQUID

The growth in traffic vis--vis the capacity at the Port in the last 7 years is shown below:
Traffic (MT) Capacity (MTPA) 2002-03 26.84 29.2 2003-04 31.19 33.1 2004-05 32.81 33.1 2005-06 37.84 36.1 2006-07 44.82 52.4 2007-08 55.84 54.34 2008-09 57.29 57.96

* upto Dec 09
JN PORT : CAPACITY VS TRAFFIC
70 60

Million Tonnes

50 40 30 20 10 0 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Traffic MT 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Capacity (MTPA)

110

Major Projects that are being implemented in the Port: Deepening and Widening of Main Harbour and JN Port Channel: Geo technical investigation is in progress. To meet the future traffic requirement, the port has identified following two projects for development under Public Private Participation (PPP) on DBFOT basis. 330 Mtrs. Extension of Container Berth with a capacity of 600,000 TEUs per annum at an estimated cost of Rs. 600.00 crores. Shortlisting of applicants for RFP has been completed and RFP along with concession agreement will be issued to shortlisted applicants after receipt of approval of the Govt. The project is scheduled for completion by 2011. Development of 4th Container Terminal and Marine Chemical Terminal at JNPT in two phases at an estimated cost of Rs. 6,700 crores with capacity of 4.8 million TEUs. The project (Phase-I) is scheduled for completion by 2012 and Phase-II by 2014-15. The RFQ document has been invited with the closing date extended till 1st June 2009.

Acquisition of Container handling equipment


Name of the Scheme/Project Estimated Cost (Rupees in crores) 126.00 Remarks

Sr. No./ Scheme No. 01/10003

Acquisition of 3 Nos. of new RMQCs and shifting of old 2 Nos. RMQCs from MCB to SDB.

02/10007

Acquisition of 2 Nos. of Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes (RMGCs) for handling ICD Containers.

23.47 (award cost including service tax component)

03/10035

Acquisition of 6 Nos. of RTYGCs

30.00

The earlier contract with estimated value of Rs.98.00 crores has been terminated due to non-performance and delay in supply of cranes on the part of Contractor. The fresh estimate of Rs.126.00 Crores is under progress for approval in the Ministry. Supply is to be completed within 27 months from the date of receipt of approval of the Ministry. Proposed out lay for 2009-10 : Rs. 20 Crores. The work has been completed. An amount of Rs. 50.00 lakhs is to be released in the year 2009-10 towards price for rendering services by the contractor during the two years guarantee period as per the conditions of the contract after completion of guarantee period i.e. October, 2009. Outlay for 2009-10 : Rs. 0.50Crores The scheme is being reviewed in view of the report of National Tribunal Award on Manning.

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Sr. No./ Scheme No. 04/10036

Name of the Scheme/Project

Replacement of 1 RMGC on line No. 5 & 6.

Estimated Cost (Rupees in crores) 18.65

Remarks

05/10043

Acquisition of 1 new RMQC and shifting of one old RMQC

46.00

In the tenders were received the price quoted by L1 is higher than the estimated cost. An effort is being made for negotiation or otherwise discharge of tender and re-floating the same. Outlay for 2009-10 : Rs. 4.00 Crores Global tenders are invited during the month of November, 2008 for acquisition of new RMQC delinking the shifting of old RMQCs. 4 offers have been received and the work is expected to be awarded in August 2009. Completion in November, 2010. Proposed out lay for 2009-10 : Rs. 09. 00 Crores The scheme is at planning stage. The Ministry has conveyed approval for estimate of Rs.143.25 during the month of March, 2009. Global tenders invited in May, 2009. The expected award of work is Jan 2010. Expected completion of work in May, 2011. Outlay for 2009-10 is Rs. 29.00 Crores The Scheme is at planning stage.

06/10044 07/10045

Replacement of 1 RMGC. Replacement of 3 Nos. of RMQCs procured in 1989 with Superpost Panamax size RMQCs and disposing of old RMQCs under buyback option.

0.01 143.25

08/10046

Acquisition of 4 Nos. of RTYGCs

26.00

Replacement of three tugs: This is a new project proposed to be undertaken by the Port at an estimated cost of Rs. 90.00 crores. The tender was invited in the month of February 2008 and scheduled date for completion of project was November 2009. The said tenders were discharged due to higher cost. A decision has been taken to hire 3 Nos of Tugs as against the replacement of 3 Port owned Tugs.

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KANDLA PORT TRUST (KPT)

The KPT located along the coast of Gujarat is a tidal creek Port which was commissioned in April, 1955. The Port has 18 berths plus Single Buoy Moorings (SBM) including an Offshore Oil Terminal at Vadinar. The total capacity as on 31-3-2009 was 78.04 MMTPA. The Port handled a traffic of 52.98 MMT in 2006-07, 64.89 MMT in 2007-08 and 72.22 MMT in 2008-09. The breakup of cargo handled in 2007-08, 2008-09 & 2009-10 (upto Dec. 2009) are as follows: (In MT)
Commodities POL Iron-ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total 2007-08 44.79 0.58 4.08 2.64 12.80 64.89 2008-09 45.54 0.13 5.49 1.87 2.14 17.05 72.22 2009-10 (Upto Dec 2009)* 34.77 0.58 4.69 2.14 1.73 15.84 59.74

(*) Provisional
traffic throughput

44.79 POL Iron-ore Fertilizer & RM Coal 64.89 Containers Others Total 0.58 4.08 0.00 2.64 12.80

The growth in traffic vis--vis the capacity at the Port in the last seven years is shown below:
Traffic (MT) Capacity(MTPA)
80

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 72.22 40.63 41.52 41.55 45.91 52.98 64.89 78.04 40.00 45.00 45.00 46.00 62.20 62.20
traffic capacity

72.22 70 64.89 62.20

62.20 60 52.98 50 45.00 40 40.63 40.00 41.52 45.00 41.55 46.00 45.91

62.20

Trafifc MT Capacity(MMTPA)

30

20

10

0 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

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Major Projects being implemented in the Port Mechanization of dry cargo berth at cargo jetty:The project initially envisaged procurement of five ELL wharf cranes. However, it was later decided in July 2007 to procure 3 mobile harbour cranes at an estimated cost of Rs 38.44 crores. The tenders of the project were invited and opened on 26.08.2008 but discharged due to poor response. Development of 13th to 16th multipurpose cargo berth at Kandla: The estimated cost of the project is Rs.443.00 crores which is to be constructed on BOT basis. The RFQ documents have been issued and 11 bidders have responded to the RFQ. The proposal was approved by PPPAC in its meeting held on 20.02.2009. The RFP and DCA are submitted for approval in its meeting dated 04.04.2009 and MoS has conveyed its approval on 22.04.2009 and same was also approved by Board of Trustees on 22.04.2009. Out of ten pre-qualified bidders, 9 bidders had purchased the bid document.

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MORMUGAO PORT TRUST The Mormugao Port located in Goa a natural harbour Port with open protected harbours was declared a Major port in December 1963. The port has 6 berths with a total capacity of 33.05 MTPA as on 31st March, 2009. The Port handled traffic of 41.68 MT in 2008-09 as against the target of 40.60 MT. The major cargo handled at this port is Iron ore including pellets and coal. The break up of cargo handled in 2008-09 & 2009-10 (upto Dec.09) is shown below: Distribution of cargo in 2008-09 & 2009-10 (In MT) 2008-09 2009-10(Upto Dec 2009)* 0.90 0.71 POL 33.81 24.73 Iron-ore 0.18 0.09 fertilizer & RM 4.55 3.79 Coal 0.15 0.14 Containers 2.09 1.80 Others 41.68 31.26 Total (*) Provisional

The growth in traffic vis--vis the capacity at the Port in last five years is shown below: 2004-05 30.66 28.50 2005-06 31.69 29.50 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 34.24 35.13 41.68 30.00 33.05 33.05

Traffic( MT) Capacity (MTPA)

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MUMBAI PORT TRUST The MbPT located in Maharashtra is the second oldest Major Port. It is a natural harbour Port with impounded Wet Docks. The Port has 49 berths with a total capacity of 49.70 MTPA as on 31st March 2009. The Port handled a traffic of 51.88 MT in 2008-09. Traffic target for 2009-10 is 53.46 MT. The breakup of cargo handled in 2008-09 & 2009-10 (upto Dec. 09) is shown below: Breakup of cargo handled in 2008-09 (In MT)

2008-09

POL Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total

34.37 0.31 3.27 1.29 12.64 51.88

200910*upto Dec 2009) 25.58 0.32 3.03 0.45 10.98 40.36

1.29 3.27 0.31

12.64 34.37

POL Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others

(*) - Provisional The growth in traffic vis--vis the capacity at the Port in the last five years is shown below:
2004-05 2005-06 Traffic (MT) Capacity (MTPA)
60
52.36

2006-07 2007-08 52.36 50.65 57.04 50.70


57.04

2008-09 51.88 49.70

35.19 42.90

44.19 43.75

51.88 50.65 49.70

50 40

42.90

44.19 43.75

50.65

Million Tonnes

35.19

30 20 10 0 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Traffic MT

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PARADIP PORT TRUST (PPT) Paradip Port is the only Major seaport in the State of Orissa situated 210 nautical miles south of Kolkata and 260 nautical miles north of Visakhapatnam. The Port was commissioned and opened for traffic with a single berth for handling Iron Ore on 12th March 1966.The port is now equipped with fourteen berths and one SPM, well maintained Approach Channel and Entrance Channel having draught of 15 mtrs and 13 mtrs respectively to handle Bulk Cargoes, Containers and Crude Oil. The port handled traffic of 46.41 Million tonnes of cargoes in 200809 registering a growth of 9.36 % over the corresponding period of the previous year. The cargo handling capacity has reached 71.00 Million tonnes per annum in 2008-09. The breakup of cargo handled in 2008-09 & 2009-10 (upto Dec. 09) is shown below.
Commodity P.O.L Iron ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Container Other Cargo Total (In (Million tones)) 2008-09 2009-10
(Upto Dec 2009)*
Container 0.03

COMMODITY WISE TRAFFIC HANDLED ( IN MILLION TONES)


Other Cargo5.14 POL 3.24 I.Ore 14.27

4.82 14.27 3.57 20.13 0.03 3.59 46.41

8.11 11.94 2.50 14.66 0.03 4.50 41.73

Coal 20.16

Fertilizer & Rm 3.57

(*) Provisional
YEAR TRAFFIC (Million Tones) CAPACITY (MTPA) 2004-05 30.10 39.00 2005-06 33.11 51.40 2006-07 38.52 56.00 2007-08 42.44 56.00 2008-09 46.41 71.00

* Upto Dec.09
60.00
M IL LI O N T O N E S

50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00 2004-05 39.00 30.10

51.40

56.00

56.00 42.44

71.00 46.41

38.52 33.11

2005-06

2006-07 YEAR

2007-08

2008-09 CAPACITY(MTPA)

TRAFFIC (Million Tones)

Developmental Projects : Deepening of Channel Paradip Port is undertaking the work of Deepening of Channel at a cost of Rs.253.36 crores. The work has been awarded to Dredging Corporation of India who has commenced the work in June 2008 which is in progress. After deepening of the channel, Port will be in a position to handle Cape size vessels (i.e. upto 1, 25,000 DWT). On completion of the project, the depth of the entrance channel and approach channel will be increased from 13.00 mtrs to 17.00 mtrs and 15.00 mtrs to 18.70 mtrs respectively. The likely date of completion of the project is March 2010. Construction of New Berths: a) Development of a new deep draught iron ore berth on BOT basis through PPP model to handle 10 MTPA of iron ore for export has been taken up. Tendering 117

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process has been completed and the concession agreement for this project will be signed during June 2009. Development of a new deep draught coal berth on BOT basis through PPP model to handle 10 MTPA of imported coking coal/thermal coal has been taken up. The tender for the aforesaid work is under process and the concession agreement is likely to be signed before September 2009. A proposal has been processed to construct one oil berth with a capacity of 10 MTPA at an estimated cost of Rs.172.97 crores. The likely date of completion of the project is March 2012. It is proposed to construct one multipurpose berth on BOT basis through PPP model to handle containers and other clean cargoes. This facility will add about 5 MTPA to the present capacity of the Port. The likely date of completion is March 2012. One RO-RO jetty for handling of project cargo at an estimated cost of Rs. 4.83 crores is under construction. The likely date of completion is August 2009. Port is in the process of modernizing and mechanizing all the existing berths in a phased manner. IOCL has planned to install their 2nd SPM at the Port by 2012, which will increase the Ports capacity by 15 MTPA Connectivity Projects : Four laning of Chandikhole Paradip NH 5 A (77 Kms): The 4-laning of the road from Chandikhole to Paradip (NH-5 A) has been taken up at an estimated cost of Rs. 442.00 crores. PPT has contributed Rs. 40.00 crores. The work is under progress and 96.49% of work has been completed as on May, 2009. The work is being executed by NHAI through a special purpose vehicle and is expected to be completed by June, 2009. New Railway Line between Haridaspur-Paradip: A joint venture company has been formed to take up this new project. Rail Vikash Nigam Ltd. is taking up construction of this railway link between Haridaspur and Paradip which is of 82 Kilometers length at an estimated cost of Rs. 590.00 crores. The Shareholders Agreement between RVNL, Orissa Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (IDCO), Paradip Port Trust, Essel Mining & Industries Ltd., Rungta Mines Ltd., Jindal Steel and Power Ltd., Steel Authority of India Ltd., POSCO India Ltd., MSPL Ltd. was signed on 11th October 2006. PPTs equity in this project is 10%. On completion of the project, there will be considerable reduction of the distance from Bansapani to Paradip and the freight will be reduced by 50%. The work has already been started and expected to be completed by June 2010. On completion of the on going projects as well as capacity addition projects, the capacity of the Port will be enhanced to 126 MTPA by 2012-13.

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TUTICORIN PORT TRUST TRAFFIC : During 2008-09, Tuticorin Port handled 22.01 Million Tonnes of traffic as against 21.48 Million Tonnes handled during 2007-08 as shown below. In 2008-09 total traffic handled is 22.01 Million Tonnes as against the 2008-09 annual targets of 24.06 Million Tonnes. The composition of cargo is shown below. (In million tonnes)
Year 2002-03 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (upto Dec, 09)* POL 0.42 0.77 0.74 0.46 0.50 0.41 Iron Ore F &FR 0.81 1.44 1.38 1.73 1.82 1.74 Coal 5.73 7.50 6.91 8.18 5.71 3.86 Container ( in Million Other TEUs) Cargo 2.30 ( 0.21) 4.03 3.43 (0.32) 4.00 4.01 (0.38) 4.96 5.63 (0.45) 5.48 5.48 (0.44) 8.49 4.79 ( 0.32) 6.84 Total 13.29 17.14 18.00 21.48 22.01 17.63

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EFFICIENCY PARAMATERS AT TUTICORIN PORT TRUST The Tuticorin Port Trust has improved its operational efficiency substantially over the last five years which reflected in the performance indicator. Increase in average TRT and average pre-berthing detention during the current financial year (2009-10) is due to bunched arrival of deep draught vessels and increase in parcel size of the vessel. The improvement in some of the physical performance indicator shown below:
Performance parameter Average turn around Time (in days) Average pre-berthing detention time(in Hrs) Average Out put per ship per berth day (in tonnes)
2000-01 (Beginning of the decade)

2007-08 2.75 4.32 5348

2008-09 2.71 3.36 5574

2.54 7.20 4403

2009-10 (upto December, 2009) 4.14 11.52 6409

Average turn around time. The average turn around time has improved from 3.36 days in 2000-01 to 2.71 days in 2008-09. It was increased to 3.08 days due to bunched arrival of deep draught vessels as depicted in the graph below:
Average Turn Around Time
3.5 3.25 3 2.75 2.5 2.25 2 1.75 1.5 1.25 1 0.75 0.5 0.25 0 Years 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

( In days )

Row 1

( Years )

(in days)
Years 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (upto Dec. 2009) 2.97 2.54 1.95 2.22 2.23 2.58 2.75 2.71 3.08 TRT 3.36

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Average pre-brething detention time:The Average pre-brething detention time has declined from 15.84 hours in 2000-01 to 3.36 hours in 2008-09. It has increased to 11.52 hours during the current financial year upto December,2009 due to bunched arrival of deep draught vessels as depicted in the graph below:16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 Years
15.84

Average pre-berthing detention (Hrs)

11.52 10.56

in Hrs

7.2 Row 1 4.32 3.12 1.68 1.68 3.36 3.36

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Years 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (upto Dec. 2009) 15.84 10.56 7.20 1.68 1.68 3.12 3.36 4.32 3.36 11.52 PBD

Average output per ship per berth day: The average output per ship per berth day has shown a major increase in the decade. It has increased from 3983 tonnes in 2000-01 to 6409 tonnes in 2009-10 (Upto December) has depicted in the graph below:
Outpuut per ship berth day (OSB)
6500 6000 5500 5000 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 0 Years
6409 5392 5574 5040 4403 3983 3900 5280 5318 5348

In Tonnes

R ow 1

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2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (upto Dec. 2009) 4403 5040 5280 5392 5318 5348 5574 6409 Output 3983 3900

Traffic at Tuticorin Port Trust (in lakh tonnes)


Commodity POL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total TEUS 2007-08 4.60 18.30 81.78 56.30 53.82 214.80 450398 2008-09 5.02 18.24 81.97 54.82 60.06 220.11 438548 2009-10(upto Dec 2009)* 4.08 17.36 64.32 47.93 42.63 176.32 319521

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4.6 18.3 53.82

POL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others 81.78

56.3

Commodity POL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total TEUS

(in lakh tonnes) 2007-08 4.60 18.30 81.78 56.30 53.82 214.80 450398

Traffic at Tuticorin Port Trust 2008-09


5.02 18.24

60.06 P OL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others 81.97

54.82

(in lakh tonnes)


Commodity POL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total TEUS 2008-09 5.02 18.24 81.97 54.82 60.06 220.11 438548

The growth in traffic vis-a vis the capacity at the Port in the last six years is shown below: 2003-04 13.68 15.40 2004-05 15.81 15.80 2005-06 17.14 15.80 (in million tonnes) 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 18.01 21.48 22.01 20.55 20.75 22.81

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Write up on the Major projects that are being implemented in Tuticorin Port Trust. 1. Dredging the dock basin and Channel to cater 12.80m draught vessels at Tuticorin Port. Ministrys approval received on 20-6-2008 to the project at an estimate cost of Rs.538.00 Crores of which Rs. 349.70 Crore is to be borne by Tuticorin Port Trust either from its internal resources and / or borrowings and Rs.188.30 Crore is to be given by Government of India as Government Budgetary support by way of grant. As per Ministrys direction first tender discharged on 16.07.2009. NIT for retender issued on 17.07.2009.Tender opened on 9.11.2009 and under scrutiny. Port requested the Ministry to release the Government Grant of Rs.0.99Cr for this project vide its letter dated 02-01-2010. In the mean time Port has taken up the Dredging the dock basin in front of Berth No.9 to cater 10.70m draught vessel at an estimated cost of Rs.40.00 Crore. The Board in its meeting held on 04.02.2008 accorded approval for award of work to M/S Dharti Dredging and Infrastructure Pvt., Ltd., Hyderabad. Work order issued on 07.03.2008. Dredging work is in progress. 2. Construction of Berth No.9

Berth construction work is completed and for the development of backup area dredging in front of berth is in progress. Port capacity will enhanced to 2.00MTPA on completion of dredging work and commissioning of berth for commercial operation. 3. Construction of North Cargo Berth I

Approval of the Ministry to execute the work under Port's internal resources was received on 26.11.2007.1st tender discharged. As per Board decision taken on its meeting 13-022009, the estimate revised on the current schedule of rates 2008-09.. The revised estimate amount is Rs.49.50 Crores. NIT issued on 14.05.2009. Tender opened on 10.07.2009.Period of completion is 20 months from the date of issue of work order. Ministry also accorded approval vide letter No: PD-11015/5/2006-TPT dt: 22-10-2009 to execute the work on deposit term basis to M/s NLC-TNEB JV. Board during its meeting held on 16-12-2009 accorded approval to issue work order to the L1 bidder for this project. Accordingly work order issued to M/s. SYS-Aster (JV) to an amount of Rs.49.40Cr on 18-01-2010. On completion of this project the capacity will be enhanced by another 6.20MTPA PPP Projects 1) Construction of North Cargo Berth II

Invitation for Qualification for Development of North Cargo Berth-II for handling bulk cargoes at Tuticorin Port on Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) Basis issued on 23.06.2009fixing last date for bid submission as 13.08.2009 and further extended upto08-01-2010. Pre application conference held on 30.07.2009. Application for fixing upfront tariff has been sent to TAMP authority on 5.08.2009.TAMP has fixed a joint hearing meeting at Chennai on 11-01-2010 in this regard. RFQ Document opened on 08-01-2010 Ten bidders submitted their applications and the same are under scrutiny. On completion of this project the capacity will be enhanced by another 6.20MTPA.

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NEW MANGALORE PORT TRUST (NMPT) New Mangalore Port Trust located in Karnataka is an artificial lagoon port which was declared as a Major Port in May 1974. The Port has 13 berths with a total capacity of 44.20 MTPA as on 31st March 2009. The Port has handled a traffic of 27.11 million tonnes during 2009-10(upto Dec.09) with a target of 40.34 million tonnes for 2009-10. The cargo composition of 2009-10(upto Dec.09) is shown below: Distribution of cargo in 2009-10(as on Dec.09) Name of commodity POL Iron Ore Fertilizer & RM Coal Containers Others Total Qty in million tonnes 16.18 5.57 0.68 1.92 0.34 2.42 27.11
Fert&RM Coal 7% 2% Cont 1% Others 9% I.Ore 21% POL 60%

POL I.Ore Fert&RM Coal Cont Others

The growth in traffic vis--vis the capacity of the Port during the last five years furnished below: 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 200910(Upto Dec.09) 27.11 44.20

Traffic in Million tonnes Capacity (MTPA)


50 45 40 35 30 25

34.45 38.00

32.04 41.30

36.02 43.50

36.69 44.20

41.3 38 34.45 32.04

43.5 36.02

43.5 36.69

44.2

27.11
20 15 10 5 0 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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Major Projects that are being implemented in the Port: 1. Development of Coal Handling Facilities for Captive User:

M/s. Udupi Power Corporation Ltd., (erstwhile NPCL) is constructing a captive power plant of 1015 MW at Nandikur, which is about 37 kms. away from New Mangalore Port. They have requested for allotment of land and waterfront for construction of captive jetty at N.M.P. The Power Plant requires thermal coal in the order of 3 Million Tonnes per annum. The proposal consists of licensing of coal handling under the captive user facility is with the approval of Ministry. The Concession Agreement between NMPT & M/s. UPCL has been signed on 9.05.2008. The investment in port facilities will be Rs.230 crore. Under the captive port facilities, Port has allotted land and water front for construction of captive jetty and storage area to UPCL. Now the work is in progress and coal handling by UPCL is expected to commence from April, 2010. 2. Setting up of Mechanized Iron Ore Handling Facilities under BOT at Berth No. 14: The bids were received on 15.09.2009 and the Letter of Award has been issued on 23rd September, 2009 to M/s. SICAL Logistics Limited. Concession Agreement between NMPT & M/s. SICAL Logistics Limited is signed on 19.10.2009. The project is expected to be completed within twenty four months from the date of award of concession. The project capacity is 6.62 MTPA and the project cost is Rs.296 crores. 3. Development of Container Terminal at NMP: As directed by the Ministry Expression of Interest was called for. In response to the EOI eleven firms have submitted their EOI. Consultants have prepared the Detailed Project Report. RFQ document issued from 20th July, 2009 to 5th September, 2009. Pre Application Conference held on 18th August 2009. The RFQ Application received from five Bidders as on due date for submission as on 30.09.2009 and sent for security clearance. The PPPAC in its meeting held on 06.01.2010 has approved the project and the Cabinet approval is being sought by the Ministry. The Bidding process for selection of concessionaire is in progress. The project cost is Rs.276 crore and the proposed capacity of the terminal is 3.74 lakh TEUs per annum. The concession will be awarded by March, 2010. 4. Construction of POL Berth at Oil Dock Arm:Port has proposed to construct one POL berth at Oil Dock Arm to cater to the additional demand of MRPL expansion programme. Port Trust Board has approved the proposal. Ministry vide their letter dated 30th January, 2008 conveyed the In-principle approval to take up the project. Work order for the preparation of Detailed Engineering was issued on 14.02.2008 and is in progress. Environmental clearance is also received. The revised proposal for Rs.79.17 crores based on the latest rates is submitted to the Ministry on 3.02.2009. The Planning Commission has approved the construction of berth with the internal financial resources of the Port. EFC meeting held on 7.01.2010.

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SHIPPING SECTOR: The budgetary support provided in the last three years to the subordinate and attached offices under Shipping Wing and expenditure thereof is given below: (Rs. in crores)
Sl. No. 1. 2, Name Of Organization B.E. DG(S) DGLL 48.00 25.00 2007-08 R.E. Exp. 20.00. 25.00 18.75 18.28 B.E. 12.00 40.00 2008-09 R.E. Exp; 15.41 25.00 5.00 26.00 B.E. 2009-10 R.E. Exp. (Dec-09) 60.00 12.84 3.47 40.00 40.00 16.00

SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED PERFORMANCE FOR THE YEAR 2008-2009: (Rs. Crores) 2008-2009 3204.47 1761.33 1,443.14 1054.59 113.92 940.67 275.24 222.14 % 502 316.85 6208.45 6580.25 17.01 %

Particulars (a) Gross Operating Profit (b) Indirect Cost of Operation excluding Int. & Depreciation (c) Gross Profit Before Depreciation and Interest (d) Net Profit Before Tax (e) Tax Provision (f) Net Profit After Tax (g) Equity Dividend (h) Net Profit to Paid Up Capital (i) No. of Round Voyages (j) Cargo Lifting (Lakh tons) (k) Net Worth (l) Capital Employed (m) Return on Capital Employed (PBIT/ Capital Employed) DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF SHIPPING:-

The Directorate General of Shipping, deals with implementation of shipping policy and legislation so as to ensure the safety of life and ships at sea, prevention of marine pollution, promotion of maritime education and training in coordination with the International Maritime Organization, regulation of employment and welfare of seamen, development of coastal shipping, augmentation of shipping tonnage, examination and certification of Merchant Navy Officers, Supervision and Control of the allied offices under its administrative jurisdiction DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF LIGHTHOUSE & LIGHTSHIPS:PERFORMANCE REVIEW: 1) Establishment of VTS in Gulf of Kachchh (GOK)

The scheme of establishment of Vessel Traffic Service for the Gulf of Kachchh for regulating the traffic was sanctioned in January 2002 at an estimated cost of Rs. 165 crore. Work order is placed with M/s TCIL, New Delhi lead partner of consortium on

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16.3.2005. 70% of Civil Engineering works have been completed. All the core equipment have arrived at site. Efforts are on to make the system partial functional by 31st March,2010. 2) Establishment of Lighthouse with Racon at Lushington Shoal

The Site is a shoal in the sea at the mouth of Gulf of Kachchh. A light at this location will shorten the navigable distance of vessel coming from Middle East. Ministry has advised to re-verify the rate on the proposal submitted to them. The fresh estimate is being finalized. 3) Procurement of Racons.

Racon is a versatile Radio Aids to navigation which does not require any additional equipment on board vessel. Presently there are 59 Racons in service with the Directorate. Supply of five more racons from Bombay High has been received installation is in progress. 4) Establishment of New Lighthouse in Chilka

The scheme was sanctioned at an estimated cost of Rs. 124 lakh on 14.11.2003. Environmental clearance is received on 20/2/2006. NIT has been issued for the Civil Engineering works. After re-tendering, work has been awarded. The foundation of the Tower upto laying of piles is completed. 5) Establishment of Lighted Beacon at Chidiya Tapu

The scheme is sanctioned at a cost of Rs. 50 lakh on 10.09.2003. Light is put in to service. 6) Establishment of Lighted Beacon at Sister Island

The CACL has approved the scheme in its 79th Meeting held on 9th November, 2004 at a cost of Rs. 50 lakh. REIA study is completed. Environmental Clearance is not received being wildlife sanctuary. The state Government is approached for taking up the matter with the concerned authority. 7) Establishment of Lighted Beacon at Cape Edinburgh Island:

The CACL has cleared the scheme in its 79th Meeting held on 9th November, 2004 at a cost of Rs. 50 lakh. The work order issued to NIOT for REIA works. Joint inspication with DFO using Departmental vessel attempted but could not be made due to bad weather. Next attempt is planned in fair weather. 8) Establishment of Lighted Beacon at Tries Island

The CACL has approved the scheme in its 78th Meeting held on 9th November, 2004 at a cost of Rs. 50 lakh. The work order issued to NIOT for REIA works. The proposal for diversation of the land is in progress.

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9)

Establishment of Lighthouse at Rava Port

The Competent authority has accorded the approval for FRP Tower for Rava Port as pilot project and work order has been placed for FRP Tower. 10) Improvement of Lighthouses

In the initial stages of development of Lighthouses in India, number of Lighthouses was established with flashing lights which generally give a range of 8-10 NM. The Lighthouse equipments at some of the stations are based on old technology working on conventional source of energy like DA Gas, Kerosene. These stations are being up dated by replacing the existing equipment and installing new equipment working on electricity, non-conventional energy source like solar power. Improvement of LHs structures is also being carried by replacing lattice structures by masonry/RCC structures to act as prominent day marks. This is a continuous scheme. 11) Procurement of Wreck Marking Buoys

Govt. has decided to Mark the wrecks in the sea by a lighted Buoy. Need based procurement; therefore, is made so as to ensure availability of wreck marking buoys at any point of time. Recently , the Directorate has marked wreck of Asian Forest off Mangalore Port. 12) Automation of Port Blair Lighthouse District

The scheme has been approved the CACL during the 77th CACL meeting held on 01 August, 2003. The Ministry has approved the scheme at the cost of Rs. 652 lakh on 16.08.2005. The work is in progress. Work is likely to be completed by 31st March, 2010. 13) Automation of Mumbai Lighthouse District.

The scheme has been approved the CACL during the 77th CACL meeting held on 01 August, 2003. The Ministry has approved the scheme at the cost of Rs. 699 lakh on 16.08.2005. The system is functional. 14) Replacement of MV Deepstambh

The proposal for replacement of the vessel has been approved by the Government at an estimated cost of Rs. 554 lakh in October, 2002. The work has been awarded M/s Alcock Ashdown, a Govt. of Gujarat undertaking. The vessel is delivered. 15) Development of Information Technology

This is a continuous scheme which is required for improvement IT in the Directorate. All the Regional Offices are equipped with LAN. A further programme for connectivity with the Lighthouses is being carried out in phased manner. 16) National AIS Net work

A coastal network of 85 base stations is proposed for the scheme of National AIS Network at an estimated cost of Rs. 67.70 crore. The scheme will be able to synthesize

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and analyze data of vessel above 300 GRT upto a distance of 40Km from the Coast which will be of immence help in management of aid to navigation and surveillance. Administrative approval has been received. Bidding process is in progress. COCHIN SHIPYARD LIMITED Physical performance of the various schemes are given below: Shipbuilding The achievements during the year 2008-2009 include delivery of four Platform Supply Vessels to overseas owners. Production achievement during the year 2008-2009 was Rs.986 Crs. as against Rs.582 Crs. in 2007-2008. During the first 9 months of 2009-2010 i.e upto 31.12.2009, the Shipyard delivered another 4 Platforms Supply Vessels. Overall turnover in shipbuilding for the current year 2009-2010 was targeted at Rs. 995 crores under B.E. Against this, the yard is likely to achieve Rs. 1159 crores, taking into account delivery schedules of order on hand. Shiprepair The Ship-repair turn-over during 2008-2009 was Rs.270 crores as against Rs.252 crores during 2007-2008 Anticipated turnover from the Ship repair for the year 2009-2010 is Rs. 250 Crores against which actual achievement up to 31.12.2009 is Rs.185.00 Crores. Major work presently being handled includes Normal refit & allied repair work of INS Viraat of Indian Navy, medium refit of INS Nireekshak of Indian Navy, Short refit of INS Joyti Naval Tanker and conversion of fishing trawler Sindu Sankalp of NIOT Goa to research vessel. Financial During 2008-2009, the yard generated a net profit of Rs. 160.07 crores after providing for income tax liability of Rs. 87.56 crores. The net worth position improved to Rs 566.49 crores from previous years level of Rs. 429.42 crores During the year 2009-2010, CSL is likely to achieve a Net profit after tax of Rs. 177.34 crores. Net profit after tax anticipated for 2010-2011 is Rs.174.28 crores

HOOGHLY DOCK & PORT ENGINEERS LIMITED: Sales: Sales have been projected at RE Stage for 2009-10 as Rs. 435.00 lakhs. 1 no. IWAI vessel has already been delivered and 2 nos. IWAI vessels are expected to be delivered during 2009-10.

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Production: The Sales value of Production at BE stage of 2009-10 was Rs. 5577.36 lakhs but now estimated to be Rs. 1895.00 lakh as per RE 2009-10. The Revised RE 2009-10 includes progress of work in respect of 6 nos. Work Boats of IWAI and 4 nos. 1000 Ton Fuel Barges of Indian Navy. PERFORMANCE FOR LAST THREE YEARS: Year Production Sales (Rs./lakh) Profit /(Loss) before ( Net Losss) int. Dep. & Deferred tax 1680.92 (1325.93) (1213.65) (7297.00) (5189.00) (5273.18)

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

393.51 217.20 348.09

809.00 182.67 23.40

The higher net loss in 2006-07 is mainly due to interest burden of Rs. 8907.51 lakh for Govt. loan. The interest provided during 06-07 includes backlog interest of Rs.5117.26 lacs upto 31.03.2006, arising out of reconciliation of the Govt. of India Loan and interest with the Ministrys books and records. The Company has suffered losses in earlier years due to: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Non-availability of ship-building orders. Lack of adequate finance for working capital. In absence of Govts Support, quasi credit facility could not be established with any PSU Bank. Interest burden on Loans. Low production in absence of modernization/up gradation of technology & equipments Imbalance manpower. As the Kolkata Port not being the terminal point of General cargo Vessels, the ship repair activities were at the low ebb.

The Company has two Units, namely Salkia Works and Nazirgunge Works. Both the units have the facilities for Ship Repairs and Ship Building activities. The Company possesses total land area of 30 acres (approx) at a prime location on the riverfront, with adequate potentiality to become an efficient ship repair and ship building yard, with infusion of fund and Working Capital and modernisation. However, considering the potentiality of the Company, the Government decided to first ensure completion of two projects i.e. Construction of 400 PAX Vessel & Lighthouse Tender Vessel, which were in hand with the Company, and thereafter adding the issue of long-term revival of the Company. The delivery of the two vessels was completed during September, 2002 & April2005 respectively. Apart from the above-mentioned two vessels, the Company delivered 15 Nos. Vessels in the last 6 years of which 5 vessels were before the scheduled date of delivery.

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REVENUE BUDGET OF 2009-10 AND 2010-11 Particulars Sale Value of Production Operating costs Materials Direct Expenses Power & Fuel Salaries & Wages Other costs Other income Operating Profit/(-) Loss Depreciation Profit/(-)Loss(PBIT) Interest on GOI Loan PROFIT/(-)/LOSS BE 2009-10 5577.36 UPTO 31.12.09 1506.00 RE 2009-10 BE 2010-11 1895.00 3918.90

2509.81 1171.25 139.43 824.23 285.34 90.00 737.30 90.00 647.30 121.80 525.50

598.00 190.00 39.00 864.00 160.00 44.00 -301.00 44.00 -345.00 3110.00 -3455.00

820.00 228.00 51.00 1155.00 220.00 75.00 -504.00 58.00 -562.00 4215.00 -4777.00

1880.00 435.00 60.00 1110.00 240.00 80.00 +273.90 60.00 +213.90 4400.00 -4186.10

NOTE: The BE 2009-10 was projected on the assumption that the Government Loan and Interest would be waived. Moreover, the IWAI and Navy Projects were expected to be under steady progress for which the sale value of production was projected in an enhanced manner. WORKING RESULTS : As per RE 2009-10, it is expected that the Company may suffer an operating loss to the tune of Rs. 504.00 lakhs before charging interest & depreciation, the quantum of which is much less than the operating loss of 2008-09 and the net loss will be Rs. 4777.00 lakhs. The main reasons for projected Net Loss during 2008-2009 are given below: a. b. The interest burden of Govt. Loan. Delay in receipt of 1st stage payment against the Navy Project for construction of 1000 Ton Fuel Barge, the order value of which is Rs. 96.12 crore.

c. Lack of Working Capital. d. Lack of Infusion of modern construction techniques. e. Lack of Infusion of fund for modern production techniques. f. Lack of Infusion of fresh and experienced manpower and new technology in shipbuilding production.

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INLAND WATER TRANSPORT: CENTRAL INLAND WATER TRANSPORT Physical performance of transportation of cargo at various routes for the year 2008-09 and 2009-10 (upto January, 2010) :
Year 2008-09 2009-10 (upto January, 2010) Tonnage Carried (in M/T.) 72,370 1,60,878 Ton-Km moved (in Lakh) 110.07 146.43

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Financial performance for the year 2008-09 and 2009-10 (upto January, 2010) :
Year 2008-09 2009-10 (upto January, 2010) Financial Performance (Rs. in Lakh) 220.77 361.70

SHIPBUILDING & SHIPREPAIR Under the SBR Central Sector Schemes (Plan), there are mainly two broad Schemes i.e. (i) R&D Schemes in Shipbuilding (ii) Conducting Studies. The following projects were undertaken during 2008-2009 and up to the end of third Quarter of 2009-2010 (i.e. up to 31st December 2009). A) 1) SPONSORED RESEARCH PROJECTS / STUDIES R&D Project Feasibility Study and Design of Shallow Draft Ore Carrier by Indian Maritime University, Visakhapatnam (NSDRC) Scope a) Study actual conditions of the rivers Zuari and Mandovi to ascertain details such breadth, water depth, clear height under bridges, river bends etc. b) Finalize the maximum possible dimensions such as draft, length, air draft etc., for an Ore Carrier to be designed for the above river parameters c) Design of an ore carrier within the above limiting dimensions to find the maximum possible cargo capacity d) Estimation of Material and Construction cost of the above shallow draft ore carriers e) Study of the anticipated behavior of these vessels of unconventional dimension in fields of propulsion, maneuvering etc f) Study into the operational cost including fuel, provision and cargo handling

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Achievements The project is taken up jointly with IIT, Kharagpur with the approval of the Ministry. scrutiny. 2) Conducting Studies on Imparting Training in Ship Design and Construction Supervision by Indian Maritime University, Visakhapatnam (NSDRC) Objective CAD based training to personnel from shipyards/shipping sector in the preparation of design and production drawings and training in ship construction. Physical Progress The following modules were completed a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) n) 3) Ship Design Accommodation Accommodation layout General Arrangements Ships Electrical Systems Inclining Experiment Sea Water cooling system Fresh water cooling system Lube Oil System Fuel Oil System Bilge and Ballast System Compressed Air System Air, overflow and sounding pipe System Shaft alignment IIT, Kharagpur has given the draft report and the same is under

Scheme on Setting up a Laboratory for Study and Noise & Vibration on Board Ships, Dredgers and Other Marine Crafts by Indian Maritime University, Visakhapatnam (NSDRC) Objective Take up a study on Noise and Vibrations on board ships and find out possible solutions and improvements in design stages. Take up Noise and Vibration Measurements on ships The following areas were identified to carry out the vibration measurement on board vessels Accommodation spaces Engine Room Radar Mast Foundation of Equipment 132

The following areas were indentified to carryout out the noise measurement on board vessels Engine Room Accommodation spaces Fore peak and Aft peak areas Wheel House Machinery spaces

Physical progress Data Collection and Noise and Vibration completed and documented. Order for Noise and Vibration Equipment placed. Vessels for Noise and Vibration measurement were identified. 4) Scheme on Creation of Data bank for all the Maritime Information by Indian Maritime University, Visakhapatnam (NSDRC) Objective Creation of Info Data Bank on all marine activities and make it available to all Marine fraternity through on-line services Physical progress 5) 2500 Maritime related articles digitized 900 Ship Drawings digitized Collection of details of 500 Manufacturers Finalization of field for yard, port and equipment manufacturer is through Database Structure for four modules i.e. Data on Indian Ships, Port, Yards and Equipment Manufacturer is complete Questionnaire ready for Ship data, Ports and Yards Data entry of 1000 Maritime related articles Digitized drawings 724 Nos.(PDF Files) uploaded to Libsys Software(a searchable database) Ship Data Module coding(70% complete) Database structure for Maritime Director is through

Implementation of ISPS Code by Cochin Shipyard Limited Objective To implement/update the ISPS Code in Cochin Shipyard Limited to strengthen the security arrangements by various means measures and systems. Physical progress The work relating to the following has been undertaken/is in progress

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Integrated Access Control and Online Time and Attendance Management System CCTV based Integrated Wireless Surveillance System Replacement of Security Screening Devices Raising of Perimeter walls Additional Security Lighting Information Security Systems 6) Control of Ballast Water Problems in Ships through Design Development Objective Feasibility Study and design development of a completely ballastless or partially ballasted ship including numerical and experimental studies on all naval architectural aspects Alternate design of the internal structure of ballast tanks so as to reduce sediment transportation Explore possibility of use of aerostatic pressure to have ballastless operation To make a complete technical and economic evaluation of ballastless or partially ballasted ship Physical progress IIT, Kharagpur has carried out a study to find a design soluition to overcome the enormous ecological problems arising due to the transfer of huge quantities of ballast water in ship around the world. It has proposed a novel No Ballast Ship design that aims to eliminate the transfer of ballast water during the ballast voyage. The feasibility of the concept is validated by design calculations and also by model experiments. An economic analysis of the proposed No Ballast Ship needs to be done. The model manufacture and towing experiments have been conducted at the Ship Hydrodynamics Laboratory of the Department of Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture, IIT, Kharagpur. II) EXTERNAL PROJECTS OF VISAKHAPATNAM (NSDRC) INDIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY,

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Construction Supervision of Two Nos. 100 Pax Vessels at M/s Shalimar Works Limited, Kolkata for A&N Administration Construction Supervision of 150 Passenger Vessels at Hindustan Shipyard Limited, Visakhapatnam for A&N Administration Construction supervision of Two Nos. 65 Pax and Two Nos. 100 Pax.cum Vehicle Ferries at GRSE, Kolkata for A&N Administration Vetting of revised repair Estimates of Sagar Uday of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited Inspection and supervision of installation of One Number Radar Surveillance System for Visakhapatnam Port Trust

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CHAPTER V FINANCIAL REVIEW PORT SECTOR: Overall Financial Performance The trend of actual expenditure incurred vis--vis Budget Estimates during 2008-09 and 2009-10 is shown below: (Expenditure incurred during 2009-10 upto December, 2009)

YEAR 2008-09 2009-10

BUDGET ESTIMATE GBS IEBR TOTAL 337.98 3312.99 3650.97 385.50 2030.50 2416.00

FINAL EXPENDITURE % EXP % EXP % EXP GBS IEBR TOTAL GBS IEBR TOTAL 154.41 934.14 1088.55 45.69 28.20 29.82 154.88 589.37 744.25 40.18 29.03 30.81

The Port-wise/ Organization wise details for expenditure for the year 2009-10 are shown at Annexure-I. The Port-wise / Organization wise details of Budget Estimates (2009-10), Revised Estimates (2009-10) and Budget Estimates (2010-11) (including IEBR)) is shown at Annexure II.

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ANNEXURE - I MONITORING OF PLAN EXPENDITURE PERCENTAGE OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR 2009-10 (Upto December, 2009)
(A) MAJOR PORTS KOLKATA HALDIA RR SCHEME TOTAL MUMBAI JNPT CHENNAI COCHIN VIZAG KANDLA MORMUGAO PARADIP NEW MANGALORE TUTICORIN ENNORE SUB TOTAL (A) (B) OTHERS DCI ALHW R&D Assistance for Studies on NonMajor Ports and MSDC SSCP POST TSUNAMI WORKS WEB BASED EDI IT FOR DEPTT. OF SHIPPING SUB TOTAL (B) SUB TOTAL (A) +(B) SURVEY VESSELS GRAND TOTAL PLAN OUTLAY BS 0.00 0.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 144.97 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.00 IEBR TOTAL 11.00 11.00 45.00 45.00 0.00 2.00 56.00 58.00 192.00 192.00 324.00 324.00 34.00 34.00 47.00 191.97 65.00 65.01 115.00 115.00 71.00 71.00 276.50 276.51 34.00 34.00 CUMULATIVE EXP % % % EXP ( Upto December, 2010) EXP EXP BS IEBR TOTAL BS IEBR TOTAL 0.00 12.81 12.81 0.00 116.48 116.48 0.00 22.06 22.06 0.00 49.02 49.02 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 34.87 34.87 0.00 62.27 60.13 0.00 71.78 71.78 0.00 37.39 37.39 0.00 76.94 76.94 0.00 23.75 23.75 0.00 32.26 32.26 0.00 94.88 94.88 100.87 35.19 136.06 69.58 74.87 70.87 0.00 58.10 58.10 0.00 89.38 89.37 0.00 35.86 35.86 0.00 31.18 31.18 0.00 17.41 17.41 0.00 24.52 24.52 0.00 74.33 74.33 0.00 26.88 26.88 0.00 21.22 21.22 0.00 62.41 10.11 31.38 33.41 12.62 0.00 0.00 0.00 62.41 9.88 31.38 36.39 12.62 41.82 2.22 12.50 10.73 91.03 91.00 42.00 17.04 30.53 100.00 30.82

5.00 215.50 220.50 0.00 21.78 0.01 95.00 0.00 29.81 95.01 152.00 1525.00 1677.00 100.87 509.55 0.00 36.47 2.70 1.20 151.10 28.53 3.00 0.50 223.50 495.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 505.50 495.50 36.47 2.70 1.20 161.10 28.53 3.00 0.50 729.00 0.00 15.25 0.06 0.15 0.00 25.97 2.73 0.21 44.37 62.54 0.00 0.00 0.00 17.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 79.82

21.78 0.00 29.81 0.00 610.42 66.36 62.54 0.00 15.25 41.82 0.06 2.22 0.15 12.50 17.28

0.00 172.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 15.79

25.97 91.02 2.73 91.00 0.21 42.00 124.19 19.85

375.50 2030.50 2406.00 145.24 589.37 734.61 10.00 0.00 10.00 10.00 0.00 10.00

38.68 29.02 0.00 29.03

385.50 2030.50 2416.00 155.24 589.37

100.0 0 744.61 40.27

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ANNEXURE - II PORT SECTOR (Rs. in crores)


Sl. No. Name of the Port / Organization 2009-2010 Budget Revised Estimates Estimates 2010-2011 Budget Estimates

(A) 1 (a) (b) (c)

MAJOR PORTS KOLKATA DOCK SYSTEM HALDIA DOCK SYSTEM RR SCHEME TOTAL 11.00 45.00 2.00 58.00 192.00 324.00 34.00 191.97 65.01 115.00 71.00 276.51 34.00 220.50 95.01 1677.00 OF 12.15 27.72 2.00 41.87 171.48 183.05 140.83 208.59 98.00 67.52 71.93 167.68 30.00 55.74 95.00 1331.69 13.50 40.75 1.00 55.25 329.72 281.78 58.84 259.87 151.00 58.35 72.98 139.74 31.50 52.96 125.13 1617.12

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (B) 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

MUMBAI PORT TRUST JAWAHARLAL NEHRU PORT TRUST CHENNAI PORT TRUST COCHIN PORT TRUST VISAKHAPATNAM PORT TRUST KANDLA PORT TRUST MORMUGAO PORT TRUST PARADIP PORT TRUST NEW MANGALORE PORT TRUST TUTICORIN PORT TRUST ENNORE PORT LTD. SUB TOTAL (A) OTHERS DREDGING CORPORATION INDIA LIMITED ALHW R&D Assistance for Studies on Non-Major Ports and MSDC SSCP POST TSUNAMI WORKS WEB BASED EDI IT FOR DEPTT. OF SHIPPING SUB TOTAL (B) SUB TOTAL (A) + (B)

495.50 36.47 2.70 1.20 161.10 28.53 3.00 0.50 729.00 2406.00 10.00 2416.00

231.74 36.47 0.25 0.20 86.10 88.53 6.00 0.70 446.79 1778.48 10.00 1788.48

452.00 17.80 4.00 0.35 10.00 91.00 2.80 2.56 580.51 2197.63 15.00 2212.63

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SURVEY VESSELS GRAND TOTAL (A)+(B)+(C)

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SHIPPING SECTOR The actual expenditure vis--vis budget estimates in the last two years is shown in the table given below: PLAN Rs. in crores)
Sl.No. Name of Organization Allocation 2008-09 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8. SCI D G Shipping DGLL HSL CSL IWAI HDPE SBR 2342.01 (IEBR) 12.00 40.00 18.50 354.00 (IEBR) 180.00 4.50 7.00 2009-10 (Dec.09) 2408.00 (IEBR) 55.00 40.00 2.00 60.21 (IEBR) 110.00 2.00 0.50 Expenditure 2008-09 1221.32 (IEBR) 5.00 26.00 16.20 118.83 (IEBR) 91.84 0.00 2.00 2009-10 (Dec.09) 698.60 (IEBR) 0.00 16.01 0.00 67.11 (IEBR) 78.35 0.00 0.00

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Sl.No. Name of Organization 2008-09 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. SCI D G Shipping DGLL HSL CSL IWAI CIWTC HDPE SBR 32.60 115.00 50.01 120.00 11.82 9.12 15.50 63.80 Allocation 2009-10 49.91 140.00 69.00 120.00 14.68 12.98 13.50 374.33 2008-09 25.57 115.00 22.80 108.91 11.49 8.25 8.50 0.17 Expenditure 2009-10 (Dec.09) 20.25 44.00 17.70 44.22 10.83 3.60 7.97 35.26

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF LIGHTHOUSE & LIGHTSHIPS The Annual Plan 2009-2010 envisages an outlay of Rs. 40.00 crore in respect of Central and Centrally sponsored schemes for the Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships. The plan fund utilization statement is given below: (Rs. In crore) Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Budget Provision 25.00 40.00 40.00 Utilization of Fund 18.28 25.82 16.00 (upto December)

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Operational Profit/Surplus The Directorate is revenue earning Organization. The last two years operational income, operational cost and operation profit is given below: (Rs. In crore) Year Total Revenue Working Operational Receipts Expenses Profit/Surplus 2007-2008 117.56 46.72 70.84 2008-2009 134.69 59.98 74.71 For the year 2009-2010 revenue targeted was Rs. 140 crore but now projected at Rs. 150.00 crore at RE stage. COCHIN SHIPYARD LIMITED Annual Plan outlay (IEBR) for the year 2008-2009 under B.E was Rs. 354.00 crores, which was brought down to Rs. 140.00 crores under RE. For the year 2009-2010, the sanctioned outlay under B.E was Rs. 60.21 crores. This has been kept at the same level under R.E. Out of this, Rs. 40.21 crores will be spent from internal resources and the balance amount of Rs. 20.00 crores will be funded through Extra Budgetary Resources. For the year 2010-2011 Rs.55.00 crores has been envisaged under Plan Schemes. It is proposed to spend Rs.40.00 crores from Internal Resources out of which Rs. 30.00 crores is for modernization of existing facilities, Rs 10.00 crs for Small Ship Division. The expenditure proposed of under Extra Budgetary Resources is Rs. 15.00 for Infrastructure facilities for construction of Air Defence Ship to be funded by Indian Navy. HOOGHLY DOCK &PORT ENGINEER LIMITED FINANCIAL REVIEW Till the implementation of Short Term Revival Plan, no reasonable investment has been made for modernization / up gradation of technology vis--vis improvement of productivity for shipbuilding and ship repair, except mainly for renewal and replacement to maintain the existing dilapidated facilities in working condition which has resulted in continuity of loss. However, Government of India provided reasonable Plan support from 1996-97except 2007-08 and 2008-09. For renewals and replacement Expenses, an investment of Rs.41.86 crores during 10th Plan period was projected, out of which only 7.15 crores has been provided till 2006-07. During 2007-08, the funds of Rs. 4.00 crores were not provided as the Ministry of Finance had not accorded relaxation to the release of funds in the light of instructions issued by Department of Economic Affairs, vide D.O letter No. 2(42) B (SD)/2006 dated 15th January, 2007 stating that all releases to PSUs against the budgeted outlays should be made only after adjusting the defaults, if any, pertaining to repayment of loan and interest.

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The Ministry has been providing Non-Plan assistance to HDPEL to meet the expenditure on account of payment of wages and salaries to its employees every year being a sick company and unable to bear the expenditure on account of payment of salaries and wages to its employees. Owing to lack of Ship building orders, the activity of HDPEL was restricted to Ship repair work during the period from 1992-93 to 2nd Quarter of 1997-98 resulting considerable erosion of working capital of the Company. As a result, the Pay Roll commitment including statutory dues was not possible to honour. The Ministry started providing assistance to pay salary, wages and statutory benefits to its employees. Since then HDPEL has been getting Non Plan support and Rs. 118.29 crores has been provided till 31st March, 2009 and an amount of Rs.8.50 crores is being allocated on pro-rata basis during the current fiscal year 2009-10. The Plan Assistance provided by Govt. of India to the Company since nationalization in the year 1984 till 31.03.2009 (in 24 years) is summarized below: Sl.No. Head Amount (Rs. in crores) 19.48 21.85 2.31 43.64

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Renewal & Replacement Modernisation of Ship Building and Ship repairs Modernisation of Foundry Total

The Non-Plan support for payment of salaries etc. by ways and means loans has been to the tune of Rs.8.50 crores for 2009-10 to manage the cash flow of HDPEL. Further for renewals and replacement Expenses during the 11th Plan (2007-12) HDPEL has proposed a total outlay of 102.00 crores out of which during the year 2010-11 the proposal for Rs.18.81 crores has been submitted. (Rs. In crores) S. Capital Expenditure 2006-07 XI th Plan 2007-08 2008-09 2009BE No Proposed 10 2010-11 1 Renewal & 3.95 102.00 4.00 $ 4.00@ 4.00# 0.02 Replacement of Machinery 2 Token Provision for ------0.01 0.50 0.00 0.00 implementation of revival package 3 Total 3.95 102.00 4.01 4.51 4.00 0.02 $ @ # The funds were not released as Ministry of Finance had not accorded relaxation for release of funds to Sick PSUs. Due to drastic cut in the Plan allocation for Shipping sector, the allocation under RE was reduced to zero. As the Ministry of Finance is not agreeing to release any plan funds to the sick PSUs, the allocation has been reduced to 0.02 crores in Revised Estimates.

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INLAND WATERWARYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA The actual expenditure incurred vis--vis Budget Estimates in last three years including 2009-10 in respect of IWAI is given below: (Rs in cr) Name of 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Organisation IWAI BE RE Exp BE RE Exp BE RE Exp* Plan 158.00 138.60 83.80 180.00 99.00 98.33 110.00 129.85 88.00 Non-Plan 10.70 11.24 11.24 11.82 11.49 11.49 14.68 14.41 10.80 * Provisional expenditure upto Dec. 2009 The financial performance of IWAI has shown significant improvement, particularly since 9th Plan. While the Plan expenditure level of IWAI was about Rs 35 cr during the entire 8th Plan, it rose to 151 cr during 9th plan and further to Rs 385 cr during the 10th plan. During the first three years of 11th plan, the Plan expenditure of IWAI is expected to be is of the order of Rs 305-310 cr. CENTRAL INLAND WATER TRANSPORT CORPORATION 1. There was no plan out lay for the year 2008-09 under B.E. Rs. 8.25 Crs was released as grant for payment of salary & wages. 2. There was also no plan out lay under the year 2009-10. However, Rs. 3.60 Crs was released as grant as of 31.12.2009 towards payment of salary & wages. 3. For the year 2010-11 Rs. 9.36 Crs has been proposed as grant under B.E. Financial During 2008-09, CIWTC suffered a net loss of Rs. 67.06 crore after providing for income tax liability of Rs. 64.19 crore. The net worth position decreased to Rs. 29.63 crore from previous years level of Rs.96.59 crore. Outlook for 2010-11 To offer vessels on charter hire to increase revenue generation from idle vessels.

SHIP BUILDING & SHIPREPAIR Plan 2008-2009 Under the SBR Central Sector Schemes (Plan), there are mainly two broad Schemes i.e. (i) R&D Schemes in Shipbuilding (ii) Conducting Studies. The budgetary provision for R&D Schemes in Shipbuilding (Plan) BE 2008-2009 was Rs.6.00 crores, out of which Rs.2.00 crore has been sanctioned for the R&D Scheme on Implementation of ISPS Code by Cochin Shipyard Limited. The budgetary provision for Conducting Studies was Rs.1.00 crore which was reduced to Rs.20.00 lacs in the RE stage. No amounts could be released for Conducting Studies as concrete proposals were not received.

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Non-Plan 2008-2009 There was a provision of Rs.3.80 crores for the requirement towards recurring and administrative expenditure and in RE 2008-2009 it was estimated at Rs.240.00 lacs by NSDRC. A sum of Rs.0.17 crores was released to NSDRC and the balance amount was not released as NSDRC had not furnished Utilisation Certificates. Further, there was a provision of Rs.60.00 crores for Shipbuilding Subsidy to non-Central PSU Shipyards and Private Sector Shipyards. In this regard, a CCEA Note had been prepared for Liquidation of Committed Liability for payment of subsidy for ongoing shipbuilding contracts entered upto 14th August, 2007, the date of expiry of the subsidy scheme. However, as the Cabinet decision was taken only on 26th February, 2009 and the modified guidelines were issued on 25th March, 2009, the time left was short for the shipyards to submit the documents as per the modified guidelines, no amounts could be released in the said year. Plan 2009-2010 In the year 2009-2010, there is a budgetary provision of Rs.50.00 lacs for R&D Schemes. However, no amounts have been released so far. Recently a demand of Rs.25.00 lacs has been raised by NSDRC for R&D Project on Setting up of Laboratory for Noise and Vibration Control. Further, an R&D Project proposal on Welding Research by Cochin Shipyard Limited is under consideration. Further, no budgetary provision had been allocated for the Scheme on Conducting Studies. At the RE stage, a sum of Rs.75.00 lacs have been proposed for the same as there is an ongoing scheme by NSDRC for which there is a commitment from the Ministry in the previous sanction letter for a total cost of Rs.50.00 lacs out of which there is a balance of Rs.25.00 lacs yet to be paid to NSDRC. Further, crucial and urgent studies in shipbuilding and ship design such as ballast water problems and solutions etc. need to be carried out. However, no amounts have been released so far under the Scheme on Conducting Studies. There is a demand from NSDRC for the Study on Imparting Training in Ship Design and Construction Supervision. Non-Plan 2009-2010 There are two schemes under Non-Plan head in SBR Division i.e. (i) Assistance to NSDRC; (ii) Shipbuilding Subsidy for Non-Central PSU and Private Sector Shipyards. For Assistance to NSDRC, there is a budgetary provision of Rs.3,80,00,000 in the year 2009-2010 which was reduced to Rs.3,32,00,000. The budgetary provision of Rs.370.53 crores for Shipbuilding Subsidy to Non-Central PSU and Private Sector Shipyards has been reduced to Rs.300 crores at RE stage. An amount of Rs.1.60 crores has been released to NSDRC in the year 2009-2010 so far. For subsidy, an amount of Rs. 33.66 has been released to Non-Central PSU Shipyards towards stage payment in respect of the vessels under construction and Private Sector Shipyards upon delivery of the vessel.

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CHAPTER VI REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE OF STATUTORY AND AUTONOMOUS BODIES Performance of Statutory and Autonomous Bodies under the Administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping is given below: PORT SECTOR: OPERATIONAL RESULTS (Rs. in crores)
S. NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of the Port/ Organisation Kolkata Port Trust Mumbai Port Trust Chennai Port Trust Cochin Port Trust Visakhapatnam Port Trust Kandla Port Trust Mormugao Port Trust Paradip Port Trust 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 (Actual) (Actual) 125.45 229.56 186.89 64.51 289.96 119.41 97.71 314.16 126.64 114.04 514.80 71.20 82.20 37.37 50.36 47.81 158.52 83.00 89.49 10.10 100.00 36.00 79.46 188.18 61.00 300.00 (BE) 56.60 29.32 46.72 139.08 37.32 41.39 11.48 42.05 29.25 52.71 70.29 34.53 123.30 (Actual ) 53.64 37.84 48.98 246.33 31.44 58.07 17.52 101.47 30.11 65.12 48.77 102.43 33.61 (BE) 44.97 150.00 72.95 255.65 39.97 140.87 22.07 288.00 30.00 96.87 175.17 70.00 494.40 (Actual ) 34.87 71.78 32.26 136.06 58.10 35.86 17.41 74.33 21.22 21.78 76.94 29.81 62.54 (BE) 58.00 192.00 34.00 191.97 65.01 115.00 71.00 276.51 34.00 220.50 324.00 95.01 495.50 (BE) 55.25 329.72 58.84 259.87 151.00 58.35 72.98 139.74 31.50 52.96 281.78 125.13 452.00

New Mangalore Port Trust 10 Tuticorin Port Trust 11 Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust 12 Ennore Port Ltd. 13 Dredging Corporation of India Limited

SHIPPING SECTOR The performance of Statutory & Autonomous bodies during the years 2008-09 and 20092010 (upto December 2009) is given below: (Rs. in crore)
Sl.No. Name of Organisation SCI CSL HSL HDPE IWAI B.E. 2342.01 354.00 18.50 4.50 180.00 2008-09 R.E. 1235.76 140.00 27.91 0.01 99.02 Exp. 1221.22 117.83 16.20 0.00 91.84 B.E. 2408.00 60.21 2.00 2.00 110.00 2009-10 (Dec. 09) R.E. 2305.10 60.21 2.00 0.02 129.85 Exp. 698.60 67.11 0.00 0.00 78.35

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