Agriculture

LAND - USE PATTERN

The total reported area as per village record is 22,56,405 hectares and about 62.53% of the total area are being cultivated. The land use pattern is given below:

LAND USE PATTERN (2011-2012)
Classification Area(Hectares) Percentage
Total Reporting Area
22,56,405
100.00
Areas under forest
7264
0.321
Area under non agriculture use
225892
10.01
Permanent Pastures and other grazing lands.
122215
5.41
Non Agricultural Land including Fallows
682153
30.23
Net area Sown
1341096
59.43
Area Sown more than One time
175233
7.76
Total area Sown
1516329
67.20
SOURCEWISE IRRIGATION FACILITIES AS ON 31-03-2009
Sources of Irrigation Nos. Irrigated Land(Hect.)
Tubewells
13566
193734
Wells
19429
Others (Tanks & Ponds )
17

CROPS

The district comes under arid zone of the state and on account of non availability of adequate water, cropping pattern is, by and large, single only. Only 2.91% of the net cultivated area are being utilised for double / multiple cropping.

Crop
Area ( in Hectores )
Production ( In MT.)
 
Maize
0
0
KHARIF 2009
Guar
129029
607
Bajra
426749
12228
Moth
58048
665
Moong
96934
1038
Chanwla
0
0
Till
35105
396
Groundnut
43857
7725
Chilli
2245
727
Cotton
11022
3601
Wheat
45750
97450
RABI 2009-10
Barley
1530
4970
Chana
1250
1080
Isabgol
20500
15990
Rap (Sarso)
0
0
Mustard(Raida)
76700
88210
Taramira
900
630

Area Under Kharif crops in last three Years [Area in Hectares]

Name of Crops Year-2007 Year- 2008 Year- 2009
Millet 450000 497048 497048
Jwar 20000 36283 61444
Moong 75000 103056 97984
Moth 125000 51870 58394
Groundnut 22000 37593 43892
Til 40000 43562 36066
Castor 2000 18737 20096
Cotton 7000 8793 11022
Guar 50000 146844 129029
Fodder 15500 14039 7989
Total 806500 957825 962964

Production [M.t.]

Name of Crops Year-2008 Year-2009
Millet 38256 12228
Jwar 1155 296
Moong 2982 1038
Moth 7500 665
Groundnut 35700 7725
Til 1365 396
Castor 14175 3590
Cotton 3400 3601
Guar 5100 607
Fodder 140000 75000
Total 249633 105146

Productivity [ Kg per Hectare ]

Name of Crops 2005 2006
Millet 70 50
Jwar 40 20
Moong 49 20
Moth 50 22
Groundnut 1500 1400
Til 35 15
Castor 1100 900
Cotton 550 450
Guar 70 30
Total 3464 2907

Distribution of Fertilizer In Tons

Name of Fertilizer 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
Nitrogen

7210.00 9518.00 5610.00
Phosphate 7015.00 8500.00 7400.00
Potash 630.00 755.00 700.00
Consumption per Hectare 10.25 17.35 12.65

Distribution of Seed In Tons

Name of Seed 2005-06 2008 2009
Millet 6141 13546 12899
Moong 1118 4313 3093
Moth 488 2558 2758
Til 247 507 383
Groundnut 942 4978 8671
Cotton 1916 1290 105
Guar 427 1138 1031
Castor 717 940 1330

 

 

Industries

EXISTING INDUSTRIAL STATUS
On account of its location and availability of better in-fractural facilities, industrial growth is noticeable in the district. It is centrally located and is one of the important cities of the state. It is well connected with Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Delhi, Bombay and other important towns of Rajasthan. A sizeable number of engineering industries have been set up in the district. There are other industrial units engaged in manufacture of Cement, Industrial Gases, Textiles,Derivatives of Gaur Gum, Chemicals, Plastics, Electronics, Electrical, Mineral based, S.S. Utensils etc. . There are 100 rolling mills engaged in processing of stainless steel Sheets/Patta.

There are large number of handicraft units engaged in production of items of White metal, Wooden toys, Fancy items of sheep and decoration. A large number of artisan based industries are engaged in screen printing of Cloth, Shoe embroidery, Dyeing and Printing of clothes, Salt making, etc.

MEDIUM AND LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIES
As on 31.03.2009 there are 15 units in the district have large & medium scale unit status after MSMED act 2006 (w.e.f. 1-10-2006) in the district.

S.No.
NAME & ADDRESS
PRODUCT
INSTAL CAPACITY
INVESTMENT
1
Alcobex Metal Ltd. 24-25,HIA,Jodhpur Non Ferrous Extruded Rods, Pipes 700 TONNES/PA
3504.00
2
Grasim Industries Ltd., White Cement Div. Kharia, Khangar, Bhopalgarh, Jodhpur White Cement 760000 MT

25588.10

3
Kansara Modler Limited, C-83, M.I.A., Phase II, Basni, Jodhpur Ultra Precision Rollers 893 LACS PCS
4897.64
4
Guljag Industries Limited, Baijnath Temple Road, Palri Khichiyan, Jodhpur Sulphuric Acid, Oleum, Iron Free Alum 516 TPD
4878.37
5
Varun Industries Ltd, E-371 M.I.A. II Phase, Jodhpur S.S. Cold Rolled Patta 1000 MT
1952.00
6
Stainless India Ltd., C-237, MIA, Basni II Phase, Jodhpur S.S. Billets, Flats, Wire, Rods, etc. 48000 MT ANNUAL
4990.57
7
Kansara Bearing Pvt. Ltd., A-41(B) M.I.A. Phase II, Basni, Jodhpur Roller For Bearings 1950 LAC PCS.
1079.64
8
Satyan Enterprises, G-653-55 M.I.A. Phase II , Boranada, Jodhpur Guar Gum Powder 15000 MT
1061.80
9
Pittle Cement & Industries Ltd., SPL-1, Phase II, Boranada, Jodhpur Mini Cement Plants MFG. 15 NO. P.A.
12528.00
10
Uma Polymers Ltd., Vill.-Mogra, Jodhpur-Pali, Road, Jodhpur Flexible Packaging Material 7200 MT PA
1439.16
11
Mohnot Stainless Steel Ind. B-72(B),MIA, Basni, II Phase, Jodhpur S.S.Patta, S.S. Coil 6000 MT
750.00
12
Lucid Colloids Ltd., B-5/7, MIA Basni I Phase, Jodhpur Guar Gum & Other Hyd. Colloids Powde 18000 MT
6656.38
13
Rajasthan Tools, 13, Heavy Industrial Area, Jodhpur Segments, Gang Saw Blades 20 LACS, 5000
851.57
14
ISCON Surgicals Ltd., B-70 MIA II Phase Basni, Jodhpur MFG. of Disposible Needle, Syringe 480 MILL. PCS
581.67
15

Sunita Hydrocolloids Pvt. Ltd., E-394 M.I.A. Phase Basni, II Phase, Jodhpur

Guar Gum Powder 3600 T
1431.39

SMALL SCALE AND COTTAGE INDUSTRIES

As on 31.3.2009 there are 21263 units registered with District industries center, Jodhpur with a total fixed investment of Rs. 63046.619 Lacs and providing employment to 94261 persons.

YEAR
No. OF UNITS

CAPITAL INVESTMENT In Lakhs

EMPLOYMENT (IN Nos)

1996-97
11883
13889.70
47921
1997-98
12068
16011.81
50399
1998-99
12836
18874.81
53667
1999-00
13612
20058.263
56684
2000-01
14417
21074.113
59678
2001-02
15177
22705.703
62335
2002-03
15918
23909.487
65207
2003-04
16695
25198.308
67788
2004-05
17524
26874.473
70653
2005-06
18436
28413.029
73984
2006-07
19539
37289.199
80286
2007-08
20315
48663.869
86734
2008-09
21263
63046.619
94261

In Jodhpur there are five main industrial culsters namely Textile, Handicraft, Guar Gum, Stainless Steel patta patti / Utensils, Stone processing. Details of these clusters are as follows:-

S.no
Name of Cluster

No. of Units

Employment in the Cluster

Investment in Plant & Machinery (in lakh Rs.)

Export through the Cluster (in lakh Rs.)

1
Textile
150
1290
4764
40000
2
Handicraft
1000
15000
12026
8000
3
Guar Gum
60
1050
19111
45000
4
Stainless Steel Patta Patti / Utensils
150
8000
12425
15000
5
Stone Processing
116
1400
16572
5000

Export Promotion Industrial Park

An  export promotion industrial park, second in  the  state has  been  setup  in the Boranada industrial area,  which  is  in accordance  with  the scheme of ministry of  commerce,  Govt.  of India,  which  lays  emphasis on providing  assistance  to  state govts.  for establishments of such kind of parks.
       
EPIP is proposed to be develop on 207 acres of land  within a  period of 18 months. Administrative sanction amounting to  Rs. 2285.68 lacs has been issued by the management and work  related to development of infrastructural facilities has been started. The  rate at EPIP has been fixed at Rs. 300/-  per  sq.mtr. with  a  20% rebate on first 20% sellable area  i.e.  upto  21.96 acres  of  land. A total of 265 plots have been  planned  ranging from 500 sq.m. to 4000 sq.mtrs. Out of these 248 nos. of plots have been allotted upto 31-03-2008.
       
The establishment of this park will lead to :
1. Plots  will be allotted to those industrialist who  will  be able to export 33% of the total production.
2. Allottment  of land with all technical facilities at a  comparative price.
3. This  park  will help in the increase of  exports  from  the state, specially from Jodhpur, where presently around 600 to 700 crores of export
is being done. The increase is expected upto 1600.00 crores in the next five years.

Special Economic Zone (S.E.Z.)

Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
are specifically delineated duty free enclaves treated as a foreign territory for the purpose of industrial, service and trade operations, with exemptions from customs duties and a more liberal regime in respect of other levies, foreign investment and other transactions. Domestic regulations, restrictions and infrastructure inadequacies are sought to be eliminated in the SEZs for creating a hassle-free environment. The SEZ Scheme seeks to create a transparent system by introducing simplified procedures for enhancing productivity and making it easier to do business.

Concessions and incentives provided by Central Government to units established in SEZ

  • Exemption from Income Tax for ten years where 100% exemption for first five years, 50% for next two years and another 50% exemption on new investment for next three years.
  • No import license required.
  • Exemption from custom duty on import.
  • Exemption from all kind of taxes / levies etc. Right from the inception of the unit to completion of construction work and establishment of plant & machinery.
  • Products sold by units of domestic industrial area to the units established in SEZ will be considered as deemed export.
  • Reimbursement of CST on domestic import.
  • Units established in SEZ can engage in manufacturing, trading and/or service based activities.


Stainless Steels Utensils Park / Zone

For the setup of stainless steel utensil industries a special industrial area can be developed in the district. Around 110 stainless steel re-rolling units are established which produce more than 20,000 MT of S.S. Sheets but the production capacity of stainless steel utensils using this sheets is 1000 MT per month only, which is quite low. The remaining sheets are sent to Mumbai, Chennai etc. from where the utensils are manufactured and sent throughout India as well as other foreign countries, this leads to increase in cost of transportation. With the establishment of this industry in Jodhpur, the S.S. Sheets will easily utilised here and simultaneously the utensils can be send to various parts of the country and foreign counties as well.

In this context, the various industries associations of this region believe that as the Basni Industrial Area is a cluster of S.S. Sheets producing units and if the road connecting Basni & Boranada IInd. area is converted into a pucca road then it would easily be possible to setup around 100 units in Boranada.

Agro Food Park, Boranada
      
At Boranada an Industrial Area  is setup and developed for Agro based Industrial unit.  About 188 plots is planned in 193.54 acres of land. Special Concession in Agro Food Park are as follows

  • Remission of stamp duty on sale and purchase of land and properties in Agro Food Park.
  • Remission of electricity duty to units in Agro Food Park for 5-years.
  • Set off of entry tax on raw material and capital goods.
  • Set off of Rajasthan Sales Tax on capital goods. 
  • Mandi Tax exemption up to 50%.
  • Interest subsidy, Wage subsidy and other incentives under the Rajasthan Investment Policy-2003 to units as per the eligibility under this scheme, Financial assistance under various schemes of Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India. 

Stone Park

The first stone park of the state has been setup at Jodhpur. The stone park is situated at main NH-65 Jodhpur - Nagaur road. Total 77 Nos. plots have been planned having size 1000 to 1500 sq.m. The rate of development charges are fixed Rs. 340/- per sq.m. out of 77 nos of plots 76 plots have been allotted.


Urban Haat

With  the  allotment of 10.5 bighas of land, free  of  cost, through  District Administration for the establishment  of  Urban Haat at New Pali Road, Jodhpur is all set to make another mark in the changing industrial scenario of the state. The total cost  of the  project is 2.00 crore which includes a contribution of  1.40 crore from the Central Govt. and the remaining 0.60 crore from the State  Govt. The Central Govt. has already sanction  the  project and project is under implementation. The first phase has been completed and The craft fairs are being organised regularly in the urban haat. Work of second phase is near to completed.

INDUSTRIAL AREAS / ESTATES

T
here are 21 Industrial Areas at different places which have  been  developed and managed by RIICO. The total  number  of plots  available in those Industrial areas are 4782 out of  which 4352 have been alloted till 31-03-2009. The details of the same for each industrial area have been given in Table below :-

S.no.
Name of Industrial Areas
No. of Plots
No. of Plots Sq. M.
1
Basni-I
96
96
2
Basni-II
750
746
3
Mandor
257
204
4
B.K.K.
10
10
5
Phalodi
123
121
6
Khichan
64
64
7
Mathania
102
100
8
Boranada-I
285
256
9
Boranada-II
133
97
10
Boranada-III
241
238
11
Boranada-IV
301
276
12
E.P.I.P.
266
248
13
S.E.Z.
291
144
14
Food Park
316
294
15
Stone Park
77
76
16
Pal Shilp Gram
402
337
17
New Jodhpur
74
74
18
Electrical Basni-I
46
26
19
Electronix Complex
32
32
20
Trans. Ind. Area
321
321
21
Mini Growth Centre ( Sangariya-I & II)
595
592

Source: RIICO

Animal Husbandry

LIVESTOCK RESOURCES

As per census of 2003, total number of live stock is 28.66 lakhs.

MAIN LIVESTOCK RESOURCES ANALYSIS

As per census of 2003 the position of livestock is as under.

LIVESTOCK POPULATION (2003)

Description
Number ( Lakhs )
Cattle
5.19
Buffaloes
2.16
Goats
10.36
Sheep
8.84
Camel
0.30
Poultry
0.37
Others
1.44
 Total
28.66

WOOL SUPPLY
As per intigrated sample survey conducted during the year 1996-97, the average wool production per sheep per year was 0.937 kg. in 1997-98. in 1994-95. Assuming the average wool production being 0.900 kg per sheep per year, the total availability of wool works out to be 10.25 lakhs Kg per year.

AVAILABILITY OF MEAT
As per the intigrated survey, the average yield of meat per sheep was 8.9 kg. per animal for goats being 9.3 kg. per animal. The annual slaughter rate was found to be 20%. On the basis of above assumption, the availability of meat in the district during a year would be 3648 tonnes.

AVAILABILITY OF HIDES

As per the same survey, assuming average annual mortality rate being 10%, annual availability of hides would be 69500 pieces.

AVAILABILITY OF BONES

The annual availability of bones has been estimated to the tune of 822 tonnes per annum. It has been computed on the assumption that average availability of bone is 12 kg. per animal.

AVAILABILITY OF MILK
The average collection of milk per day is 4.0 lakh litres. At present there is one dairy unit having capacity of one lakh litres per day.

VETERINARY FACILITIES
There are 134 villages having veterinary facilities and their blockwise distribution is as under :

DISTRIBUTION OF VETERINARY FACILITIES

BLOCK /CITY
HOSPITAL
DISPENSARY
SUB-CENTRE
TOTAL
Luni
9
0
6
15
Mandor
6
0
5
11
Bilara
10
0
2
12
Bhopalgarh
9
0
8
17
Phalodi
14
0
5
19
Bap
7
0
2
9
Osian
9
0
3
12
Shergarh
5
0
3
8
Balesar
7
0
3
10
Jodhpur City
7
0
8
15
Bilara City
1
0
-
1
Pipar City
1
0
-
1
Phalodi City
1
0
-
1
Bawari
6
0
1
7
T O T A L
92
0
46
138

 

 

Minerals

MINERAL RESOURCES
Minerals have been playing an important role in development of Jodhpur district for last many decades. District is mainly rich in non metallic minerals like Sandstone, Rhyolite, Dolomite, Limestone, Jasper, Granite & Clay. Murram, Kankar, Brick earth, Bajri and other minor minerals.

SANDSTONE
This is an important building stone widely utilised in temples, Palaces, Monuments etc. apart from construction of houses. History of its mining is 500 years old. Important occurrances of sandstone are located around Jodhpur city/Mandor, Soorsagar, Kailana, Balesar, Dechu, Setrawa, Chokri, Ratkudiya, Osian, Bhopalgarh, Kherapa.

LIMESTONE
Bilara-Bhopalgarh has been a major limestone belt of the district which contains cement, chemical & steel grade of limestone. Limestone mined from this belt is used in cement, textiles, sugar, lime burning industry etc.

DOLOMITE
It contain 16-20% of Mgo and considered as valuable industrial raw material for steel, refractory glass industries. Ocurrances of this minerals has been observed near village Indo ki Dhani, Indolai ka Talab, Bhakarion ki Dhani of Bilara Tehsil and Tinwari of Osian Tehsil. It occurs inform of small outcrops, Veeirs and reefs.

GRANITE
It is a type of decorative building stone being utilised after cutting and polishing. It is mined around Pipar, Siyara, Khejarala, Rawaniyana, Chokri, Madliya, Kosana etc. Colour varies from Grey to pink, cream to red, brown are available.

RHYOLITE
Occurances are located near Jodhpur city ( Kakani, Ria, Daijar, Sevaki Kallan & Lal sagar). Balesar village. It is mainly used for making road ballast, gitti, chip powder etc.

JASPER
It is a variety of silica having dark red colour occurs in vein/pocket in ferrugenous sandstone near mathania, Osian, Rundia, Sopra, Mogra, Lawera, Tamtia villages. It is consider as a good abrasive and can be used in making grinding wheels.

CLAY
Good quality of ball clay occur near Kanasar, Mandly area of Tehsil Phalodi. It is found suitable for uses in Ceramics, Rubber & Paints.

AVAILABILITY AND CONCENTRATION OF MINERALS LIMESTONE
There is a log belt of 160 kms. long and 0.8 km. wide rocks of Vindhyan system trending from sojat in Pali district through Bilara in Jodhpur district to Gottan-Mundra and Roll quazia in Nagaur district . Possible reserves are to the extent of 54.0 million tonnes, half of which are of chemical grade and rest are of flux grade..LM10 Calcium Carbide, Chalk, Hydrated Lime, Quick Lime, etc. may be produced by utilisation of this material.

SAND STONE
These are abundantly found at various places of the district and being utilised for building and masonry work for centuries. On account of its physical properties, they are suited for intricate work of lattice and arches.

They are available at Balesar, Setrawa, Fidusar, Sursagar, Mandor, Balsamnad, Bodda-Ki-Dhani, Keru, Kaliberi, Brahmno-ka-Tanka. Other areas are Bhuri, Beri, Nayon-Ki-Beri, Palri, Chana-Ka-Pardia, Dentala, Magi-Ki-Chati, Ransi, Golasni, Unkhila, Mandor-ghan-ti, Gora-Ghati, Barwadia etc. About 12000 quarries have been alloted-from 50 to 60 % quarries are in operation.

The reserves have not been accurately estimated but probable estimate indicate that they will last for another century. Recently deposits have been located near village Semarada, Seadhara, Morebali, Bhamkhar, Kadamkhandi and Maglia Ki Pagli.

AGATE
The mineral associated jepsar are found at Mathania, village of the district. The area have been given for mining to a private lessee and this is used for making abrassive. Deposits are of small dimension.

JESPAR
It is a variety of chalcedonic silica and its chemical composition resemble that of silica oxide. They are being found at Mathania, Tinwari and Gudia villages of Osian Thesil of the district. Possible reserves are to the extent of one lakhs tonnes.

DOLOMITE
Occurrences of this mineral has been observed near villages of Bhainser, Teori, Mandi Khurd, Manaklavi and Khetasar. Ten million tonnes of reserves have been inferred in this area.

SALT

These are being found at Malar, Rin and Bap.

QUARTZ
Occurrences of this mineral have been found at Bhakharion Ki Dhani of Bilara Thesil and Tinwari of Osian Tehsil. The occurs inform small out crops like veins and reefs.

VOLCANIC
Ash beds have been located in Malani Igneous suite near Mogra, Kakani areas of the district. Samples of these ash beds have shown encouraging results in the manufacturing of coloured glass. Other minerals like Rhyolite, Bajri, Morrum, Mugia are also available in the district.

MINERAL PRODUCTION
The production details of different minerals for year last 3 years is being given below :

MINERAL PRODUCTION

Name of Mineral
Production (Tonnes)
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
Jaspar 1110 303 1
Lime Stone 923433 1761420 551179
Sand Stone 2410446 2290837 2385773
Masonry Stone 3729279 2416063 457748
Rhyolite 779774 441624 835000
Granite 6935 7934 7267
Bajri 1669719 27511651 2358373
Marbal 446 128 -
Brick Earth 2428 750 -
Yellow clay 1695 360 760
       





 

Infrastructure

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Infrastructural facilities like availability of developed industrial areas/sheds, banking, education, power, communications etc. have important bearing on promotion and development of industries in a perticular region. It has been observed that there is a strong correlation between rapid industrial development and improved infrastructure. On account of its location the district has got improved infrastructural facilities.

Electricity
The main source of supply of power to Jodhpur are Kota Atomic Power Station, Bhakra Beas Project, Rana Pratap Sagar and Jawahar Sagar Dams. Jodhpur is connected by 132 kv lines with Bhilwara and Pali. 220 kv lines connect it with Bhilwara and 220 kv Kota Beawar line is extended upto Jodhpur district.
Till Dec. 2009, 1062 villages in the district have been electrified out of total 1063 villages as per census 2001. All the four towns of the district have been electrified.

EXISTING SUPPLY NET WORK
Presently there are one 400 KV grid sub station, five grid sub station of 220 KV, eighteen 132 KV Grid sub station and there are Two Hundred & Ninety Four 33/11 kv sub stations. The details of arrangement of transmission of power as on 31.12.2009 are as under :

LINE
LENGTH
400 kv d/c Lines
9.63 kms
400 kv s/c Lines
97.225 kms
220 kv s/c Lines
463.352 kms
220 kv d/c Lines
54.668 kms
132 kv s/c Lines
759.971 kms
132 kv d/c Lines
93.496 kms
33 kv Lines
2869.16 kms
11 kv Lines
19236.12 kms
L.T. Lines
13681.09 kms
A.B. Cable
4951.01 kms

With a view to help in planning of candidate industries, details about location, capacity of sub stations, etc have been given in table below

DETAILS ABOUT TRANSMISSION LINES AND SUB STATIONS OF JODHPUR DISTRICT.

Transmission Lines.

400 KV Merta - Jodhpur Line
220 KV Phaoldi Jodhpur Line
220 KV Phalodi-Tinwari Line
220 KV Bilara-Beawar Line
220 KV Bilara-Jodhpur Line
220 KV Bhopalgarh-Merta Line
220 KV Pali-Jodhpur Line
220 KV Surpura-Jodhpur-I
220 KV Surpura-Jodhpur-II
220 KV Surpura-Tinwari-I
220 KV Surpura-Tinwari-II
132 KV Jodhpur-Pali
132 KV Jodhpur-Bilara-Pipar Line
132 KV Jodhpur-CHB
132 KV Jodhpur-CHB-Soorsagar
132 KV SIL
132 KV Interconnector NPH
132 KV Jodhpur-PS-8
132 KV Bilara-Jodhpur Line
132 KV Bilara Borunda Line
132 KV Ju-Baori-Bhopalgarh LIne
132 KV Tinwari-Balesar Line
132 KV Dechu-Balesar Line
132 KV Tinwari-Balesar Line
132 KV Dechu-Balesar Line
132 KV Tinwari-Osian Line
132 KV Tinwari-Chamu Line
132 KV Tinwari-Mathania Line
132 KV Tinwari-PS-8 Line
132 KV Tinwari-Soorsagar LIne
132 KV Dechu-Kalau Line
132 KV Chamu-Dechu Line
132 KV Mathania-Surpura
132 KV Khinwsar-Soyla
132 KV Interconnector Bhopalgarh
132 KV Banar-Surpura
132 KV Banar-Jodhpur
132 KV Phalodi-Dechu
132 KV Phalodi-PS-V
132 KV Phalodi-Aau
132 KV Phalodi-Lohawat
132 KV Lohawat-Matora

LIST OF GRID SUB STATIONS

GRID SUB STATION
400 kv GSS Jodhpur
220 kv GSS Jodhpur
220 kv GSS Bilara
220 GSS Tinwari
220 kv GSS Bhopalgarh
220 kv GSS Pholodi
220 kv GSS Boranada
132 kv GSS Banar
132 kv GSS Mandor
132 kv GSS NPH Jodhpur
132 kv GSS CHB
132 kv GSS PS-8 Narwa
132 kv GSS Soorsagar
132 kv GSS Borunda
132 kv GSS Pipar City
132 kv GSS Dechu
132 kv GSS Mathania
132 kv GSS Balesar
132 kv GSS Osian
132 kv GSS Chamu
132 kv GSS Kalau
132 kv GSS Bhopalgarh
132 kv GSS PS-V Phalodi
132 kv GSS PS-I Bap
132 kv GSS Lohawat
132 kv GSS Aau
132 kv GSS Matora
132 kv GSS Soyla
132 kv GSS Baori

GSS Under Construction

  Expected Complition
132 KV GSS Lohawat March, 2008
132 KV GSS Aau March, 2008
132 KV GSS Kallu March, 2008
132 KV GSS Matora July, 2008


PATTERN OF ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION


The total number of active consumers in the district as on 31.12.2009 are and tradewise break-up of the same is as under:

  RURAL URBAN TOTAL
Domestic 156984 165671 322655
Commercial 10187 34716  44903
Industrial
3053 5712 8765
Agricultural
40554 535 41089
Others 2798 1353  4151
Total 213576 207987  421563

P.H.E.D

STATUS OF HABITATION

District
Total Habitation
Covered Upto 33.3.09
Balance on 1.4.07
Covered up to 02/10
MH
OH
Total
MH
OH
TOTAL
MH
OH
TOTAL
MH
OH
TOTAL
Jodhpur
1058
9841
10899
1041
3412
4453
17
6429
6446
3
239
242

SCHEME - WISE COVERAG

Type of Scheme
Coverage of Villages
Regional
562
Piped
45
P & T
428
TSS
0
HP
9
Total
1044

CONSTRUCTION & COMMISSIONING OF TUBE WELLS & HAND PUMPS
DURING 2007-08

District
Tube Wells
Hand Pump
Sanctioned
Drilled
Commissioned
Sanctioned
Drilled
Commissioned
Jodhpur
183
86
86
180
84
84

TRANSPORTATION OF WATER

District
TOW in summer -2008
TOW in summer -2009
MH
OH
Total
Town
MH
OH
Totak
Town
Jodhpur
187
605
792
0
122
338
460
0

STATUS OF WATER SUPPLY IN TOWNS

Town
Present Water
Problem & action taken
Freq. (Hrs)
SL (LPCD)
Specific Problem
Action
Jodhpur
30%-48 70%-24
150
-
1. RGLC Phase -II Commissioned , there by production has been increased.
2. Under ADB.  The work of the 19 SR , 4 Pumping stations, 240 Kms pipe lines are almost completed & commissioned. Work of filter plant under progress & partially commissioned. Handing / taking over of asset created by RUIDP is under process.
3 a) A project for the up gradation of distribution system in walled city (Left out of RUIDP) has been sanctioned (Rs. 1018.00 lacs). 
b)  Out of 10 packages technical sanction of 9 packages obtained.                     
c) Material received & work of L & J of pipeline is under progress.
d)  Tender process is under progress for L & J work of pipe lines (42 Km)
4. Project for upgradation of system for outer area of Jodhpur city. has been sanctioned for an amount of Rs. 2844.00 lacs on 23.6.06. Detail estimates are under preparation for technical sanction. This scheme is to be proposed under UIDSSMT programme for which DPR has been submitted .
Phalodi
24
100
-
Replacement of old rusted pipe line in Contingency Phase II works amounting to Rs. 20.00 Lacs has been taken and work is likely to complete by April 2010
Pipar City
48
65
Impt in SL
For improvement in Service level of Pipar City, A Emergent scheme costing Rs. 103 lacs has been sanctioned recently by PPC. The work order has been placed to M/s Devendra Const. Co. Jodhpur Emergent Water supply arrangement for Pipar city from Salwa Khurd in likely to complete by May 2010.
Bilara
24
65
Impt in SL
One T/w at Brounda has been sanctioned under Contingency Phase II work for improvement of service level of Bilara Town.

REVENUE RELISATION (Up to 2/10)

District
Rs. In Lacs
Target (2009-2010)
Achievement (2009-2010)
Urban
Rural
Missc.
Total
Urban
Rural
Misc.
Total
Jodhpur
70
121
241
432
38.04
82.9
85.58
206.52

Transport

There is a net work of road and railway lines in the district. There are broad gauge & metre gauge railway lines. District headquaters is connected by air route to Jaipur, Delhi, Udaipur and Bombay.

ROAD TRANSPORT

The district has road connections with sirohi, Pali, Bikaner, Nagaur, Ajmer, Jaipur, Jalore, Barmer and Jaisalmer district of the state. The length of Roads in the district is 5273.65 Kms and their break up is as follows :

CLASSIFICATION
LENGTH (In Kms.)
BT WBM GR FW TOTAL
National Highway
218.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
218.00
State Highway
525.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
525.00
Major Distt. Roads
327.00
0.00
6.00
0.00
333.00
Other distt. Roads
1581.00
30.00
476.00
4.65
2091.65
Village Roads
1482.00
163.00
413.50
47.50
2106.00
 
4133.00
193.00
895.50
52.15
5273.65

TRANSPORT VEHICLES

The number and types of transport vehicles registered with transport office are as under :-

POSITION OF REGISTERED VEHICLES Up to June, 2007

Viehicle
Nos.
Two Wheeler
331762
Auto Rikshaw
9889
Cars & Jeep
42870
Tractors
38558
Bus / Mini buses
5468
Truck/Trailer/light goods
37767
Taxi Car / Jeep
6122
Tempo Passanger
1200
Tempo goods
5488
Others
485
T O T A L
479609

RAIL TRANSPORT

Jodhpur city is directly connected with Bombay, Ahemdabad, Hawarah, Kalka, Jaipur, Delhi, Bangalore, Gauhati, Jammu and many other main cities of India. Jodhpur comes under northern railway division & the total length of Railway Lines is as under:-
   (i) Broad gauge 853.46 km.
   (ii) Meter gauge 728.25 km.

Communication

The position of communication facilities is as under

Post offices 559
Public Call Offices 529
Letter Box 1305
Telegram offices 37
Telex 1
Joint Post & Telegram office. 29
Number of Telephone Exchange 125
Number of Telephone Lines 107486

Jodhpur is connected with STD facilities with all major town of India. Presently available STD/ISD private booth are 3100.

Banks and Financial Institutions
There is better Spread of branches of commercial banks in the district. There are two branches of Rajasthan Financial Corporation at district head quarter. In the rural areas there are primary agriculture credit and Farmer Service Societies.

NET WORK OF BANKS

There are 191 branches of commercial banks and financial institutions including branches of Cooperative banks and offices of Rajasthan financial corporation and KVIB. At present on an average one bank branch cater to the need of about 14087 persons in the district. Next to Jodhpur, Bilara is the place where there is concentration of branches of the bank.

Panchyat Samiti-wise break up of branches of banks, financial institutions, Primary agricultural credit Societies, farmer service Societies etc. are being given in the Table
List of Bank Branches/Financial Institution Operation in Jodhpur As on 31-3-2002

NAME OF BANK INST.
NUMBER OF BRANCHES
Urban Semi Urban Rural Total
Andhra Bank
1
-
-
1
Allahabad Bank
1
-
1
2
Bank of Baroda
5
-
-
5
Bank of India
3
-
1
4
Bank of Maharashtra
1
-
-
1
Canara Bank
2
-
-
2
Central Bank of India
4
-
3
7
Dena Bank
1
-
-
1
Indian Bank
1
-
-
1
Indian Overseas Bank
1
-
-
1
Oriental Bank of Commerce
1
-
2
3
Punjab National Bank
7
1
-
8
Punjab & Sind Bank
1
-
-
1
State Bank of India
10
1
5
16
S.B.B.J.
12
3
8
23
State Bank of Indore
1
-
-
1
State Bank of Patiala
1
-
-
1
Syndicate Bank
2
-
-
2
Union Bank of India
4
-
1
5
United Bank of india
1
-
-
1
UCO Bank
6
2
24
32
Vijaya Bank
1
-
2
3
The Bank of Raj. Ltd.
5
2
3
10
T.A.G.B
1
1
23
25
Corporation Bank
1
-
-
1
UTI Bank
1
-
-
1
Indus Ind. Bank
1
-
-
1
                     SUB TOTAL
76
10
73
159
J.C.C.B.
3
3
9
15
P.L.D.B.
1
2
-
3
J.N.S.B.
8
2
-
10
K.V.I.B.
1
-
-
1
R.F.C.
1
-
1
2
Bombay Mercantile Co-op.Bank
1
-
-
1
                     SUB TOTAL
15
7
10
32
                     GRAND  TOTAL
91
17
83
191

NET WORK OF OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS.

There are 207 primary agricultural credit societies. There are two branches of land development banks and two branches of urban cooperative banks.

 

Nodal Officer : Pramod Singhal PRO Jodhpur Phone: +91-291-2650342