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    Government of IndiaMinistry of MSME

    Brief Industrial Profile of Sonepat District

    Our Strength -- gekjh kf rMSME- Deve lopment Ins t i t u t e , Karna l

    (Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India,)

    Phone :- 0184-2230882

    Fax: - 0184-2231862

    E-mail: dcdi-karnal@dcmsme.gov.in,

    Website:www.msmedikarnal.gov.in

    mailto:dcdi-karnal@dcmsme.gov.inmailto:dcdi-karnal@dcmsme.gov.inhttp://www.msmedikarnal.gov.in/http://www.msmedikarnal.gov.in/mailto:dcdi-karnal@dcmsme.gov.in
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    Contents

    S. No. Topic Page No.

    1. General Characteristics of the District 03

    1.1 Location & Geographical Area 03

    1.2 Topography 04

    1.3 Availability of Minerals. 05

    1.4 Forest 5-6

    1.5 Administrative set up 6-9

    2. District at a glance 9-12

    2.1 Existing Status of Industrial Area in the District Sonepat 13

    3. Industrial Scenario of Sonepat 14

    3.1 Industry at a Glance 14

    3.2 Year Wise Trend Of Units Registered 14

    3.3 Details Of Existing Micro & Small Enterprises & Artisan Units

    In The District

    15-16

    3.4 Large Scale Industries / Public Sector undertakings 16-193.5 Major Exportable Item 20

    3.6 Growth Trend 20

    3.7 Vendorisation / Ancillarisation of the Industry 20

    3.8 Medium Scale Enterprises 20

    3.8.1 List of the units in ------ & near by Area 20

    3.8.2 Major Exportable Item 20

    3.9 Service Enterprises 20

    3.9.1 Coaching Industry 20

    3.9.2 Potentials areas for service industry 20

    3.10 Potential for new MSMEs 214. Existing Clusters of Micro & Small Enterprise 21

    4.1 Detail Of Major Clusters 21

    4.1.1 Manufacturing Sector 21

    4.1.2 Service Sector 21

    4.2 Details of Identified cluster 21

    5. General issues raised by industry association during the course

    of meeting

    22

    6 Prospects of training Programmes during 2012-13 23

    7. Action plan for MSME Schemes during 2012-13 23-24

    8. Steps to set up MSMEs 24-25

    9. Additional information if any 25

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    Brief Industrial Profile of Sonepat District

    1. General Characteristics of the District:

    Sonipat also spelled as Sonepat, is an ancient town and a municipal council in Sonipat

    District in the state of Haryana, India. It is believed that it was founded as Suvarnaprastha

    by the five Pandava brothers during the times of Mahabharata. Another legend ascribed it

    to Raja Soni, the thirteenth descendent of Arjuna, one of the Pandava brothers. Sonipatdistrict is a part of the Eastern Haryana Plain. The name of the district is derived after its

    headquarters town, Sonipat. It is often believed that Sonepat (now spelt as Sonipat) was

    one of the five Preasthas or towns demanded by Yudhisthira from Duryodhana as the

    price of peace. Another tradition ascribes its foundation to Raja Soni, thirteenth in descent

    from Arjuna, a brother of Yudhishthira. Both the traditions are without substance. There

    is no mention of Sonipat in the Mahabharata, although it has been noted much earlier by

    the great grammerian Panini in his celebrated Ashtadhyayi. The town was therefore

    already in existence around 600 B.C.

    Sonipat district came into existence on December 22, 1972. It was carved out of Rohtak

    district to which Sonipat tahsil was attached since 1912. By taking 69 villages fromSonipat tahsil, Ganaur as a sub-tahsil was created in February, 1980. Kharkhauda with 38

    villages was created as a sub-tahsil on March30, 1982. The sub-tahsil of Ganaur was

    upgraded to the level of tahsil on April 19, 1982. Gohana sub-division of Sonipat district

    was included in Rohtak district1. The position as on December 31, 1990 is as under: 2

    sub-divisions (Sonipat and Ganaur); 2 tahsils (Sonipat and Ganaur) and Kharkhauda as a

    sub- tehsil.

    The district headquarter is situated in Sonipat. Other smaller towns are Gohana, Ganaur,

    Mundlana, Kharkhoda and Rai. The total area of Sonipat district is 2,260 sq km and its

    population is 10, 64,000 nos. Sonipat is bordered by the states of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh

    as well as the districts of Rohtak, Jind and Panipat. The River Yamuna runs along the

    eastern boundary of the district.District Sonepat comprises of 3 sub-divisions namely

    Ganaur, Sonepat and Gohana and seven blocks (Ganaur, Sonipat, Rai, Kharkhoda,

    Gohana, Kathura and Mundlana) has been carved out of Rohtak and made a full fledged

    district on 22 December 1972. Sonepat is the largest tehsil followed by Gohana.

    1.1 Location & Geographical Area.

    Sonepat is a town and a municipal council in the Sonepat district in the state of Haryana,

    (India). It comes under the National Capital Region and is also known as a education

    city in the India. It is 20 kms north from Delhi. And amunicipal council in theSonipat

    district in thestate ofHaryana,India. It comes under theNational Capital Region .TheYamuna River runs along the eastern boundary of the district. Sonipat comprises 3

    sub-divisions namely Sonipat, Ganaur and Gohana and seven blocks

    (Sonipat,Ganaur,Rai,Kharkhoda,Gohana,Kathura and Mundlana). It has been carved

    out ofRohtak and made a full fledged district on 22 December 1972.

    Its believed that Sonipat was founded as Swarnaprastha by the fivePandavabrothers

    during the times ofMahabharata. Its one of the five Preasthas or towns demanded by

    Yudhisthira from Duryodhana as the price of peace. Another legend ascribed it to Raja

    Soni, the thirteenth descendent of Arjuna, one of the Pandava brothers. Both the

    traditions are without substance. There is no mention of Sonipat in the Mahabharata,

    although it has been noted much earlier by the great grammarian Panini in his celebratedAshtadhyayi. The town was therefore already in existence around 600 B.C.

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    Sonipat is located at28.98N 77.02E.[1]It has an average elevation of 224.15 meter

    above the sea level (735.4ft)

    Haryana a main water system in the district comprises of River Yamuna and theirrigation canals flowing out of it. There is no perennial river in the district. The

    underground water resources differ from area to area. The depth of the water table is the

    lowest in the Khader area along the Yamuna, where it is below 10 ft. It increases to 30 to

    40 ft. in some of the western and south eastern part of the district. The ground water in

    some areas is saline and brackish. The ground water conditions indicate that the district

    faces the problem of occurrence of brackish water and water logging in eastern parts of

    the district.

    Broadly speaking, the district is a continuous part of the Haryana-Punjab plain, but the

    area is not leveled in some parts. Over most of the district, the soil is fine loam of rich

    color. However, some areas has sandy soil and others are comprised of Kallar. The plain

    has a gradual slope to the south and east. The district may be roughly divided into three

    regions:

    1.2 Topography:

    Topographically Sonipat district is divided into three regions - Khadar, Upland Plain and

    Sandy Region. Sonipat city is lying on upland plains, which is covered with old

    alluvium, which if properly irrigated, is highly productive. Extensive farming of crops,

    oilseeds, horticultural plants, vegetables and flowers, is undertaken in this region.

    Broadly speaking, the district is a continuous part of the Haryana-Punjab plain but the

    area is not levelled in some parts. Sonipat District has fine loamy soil with rich color.

    However, some areas have sandy soil.

    Sonipat bordersDelhi (National Capital) in south,Panipat district in the north,Uttar

    Pradesh state in the east andRohtak district in the west. The total area of Sonipat districtis 2,260 sq. km.

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