1st Five Year Plan
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APPENDIX (Chapter - 29)

APPENDIX 1 Industrial Projects in the Public Sector

Projects

Investment up to ist April 1951

(Rs. lakhs)

Investment during 1951-56 Year of completion of the project New or additional capacity (per annum) by 1955-56
1951-52 (Rs. lakhs) 1952-53 (Rs. lakhs) 1951-56 (Total for 5 years) (Rs. lakhs)
I. Central Government
1. Iron and Steel Project ... ... 50-0 30,00.0 1957-58 350,000 tons of pig iron by 1955-56.
2. Shipbuilding . 1,50-0* 2,3r6 2,82-0 l4,08.0 1956-57 50,000 dwt.
3. Machine Tool Factory 14-2 98-0 1,50-0 9,63-8 1953-54 1,600 units,
4- Sindri Fertiliser Factory. 18,41.2 4.35-0 3,00.0 9,03.0 Oct. 1951 350,000 tons of ammonium sulphate.
5- Cnittaranjan Locomotive Factory. 10,20.0 2,82-0 1,91.0 4,73*0 Manufacture has started. 100 locomotives.
6. Railway Coach Factory. 6-5 1,20.0 4,00-0 1955 50 units.
7- Penicillin Factory 4.4 17-7 60.0 2,06.6** 1954 4.8 million mega units.
8. National Instruments Factory. 4.0 14-5 25-0 1,82.0 Production has started. Additional Rs. 64-4 lakhs worth of instruments.
9. Indian Telephone In-tries. 1,20.0 65-0 33'o 1,30.0 Assembly has starred Rs. 2,00 lakhs worth of telephones and other articles.
10. Hindustan Cables Ltd. 0-3 23-1 70-0 1,29-7 1953-54 Rs. 1,00 lakhs worth of cables.
II. Mandi Salt Works ... 10.0 1,00.0 1954 61,000 tons of salt.
12. Rare Earth Factory 26.0! N.A. N.A. 54-0 June 1952 800 tons of rare earth compounds and 202 tons of thorium compounds in terms of thorium nitrate.
13 D.D.T. Factory ... ... 5.0 39.1 1954 700 tons.
14. Existing Salt Works 3.7 4.3 8.0 50.0 1955-56 About 368,000 tons of salt.
15. Housing Factory 93.7 9.8 2.0 11.8 1952-53 ...
16. Other Projects N.A. N.A. N.A. 2,02 . I 1955-56 ...
total 32,77.5 11,87.5 13,06.0 82.53.1 ...

• Represents the investment by the Central Govenanent oniy.
**Including Rs. 57.0 lakhs from who and UNICEF
! Investment up to the end of 1951.
t Including 3 50,000 U.S. dollars from WHO and UNICEF.
Including, inter alia,Nasik Printing Press, Silver Refinery and New Mint (Alipore).
N.A.—Not available.

CONTD.....

Projects

Investment upto 1st April I951

(Rs. lakhs)

Investment during 1951-56 Year of completion of the project

New or additional capacity (per annum)
by 1955-56

I95I-52 (Rs. lakhs) 1952-53 (Rs. lakhs) 1951-56 (Total for 5 years) (Rs.lakhs)
II. State Government
1. Mysore Iron and Steel Works. 2,16.0 40.0 1,25.0 2,83.0 1954-55 Additional 60,000 tons of finished steel.
2. U.P. Govt. Cement Factory. 1,52.8 65.0 1,24.6 2,30.5 1953-54 200,000 tons.
3. NEPA Mills . 2,24.9 91.4 82.0 2,00.0 1954 30,000 tons of newsprint (300 working days).
4. Sirsilk Ltd.* 3,81.0

65.6!


90.0!
200-0 1953-54 16-5 million yds. of art silk (330 working days).
5- Sirpur Paper Mills 2,03.0 60.0 1953-54 Additional 8,000 tons.
6. U. P. Precision Instruments Factory. 14.1 9.8 7.3 50.2 Expansion 12,000 water meters and 300 microscopes.
7. Bihar Govt. Superphos phate Factory. 1.3 11.7 40.0 41.1 1953-54 16,500 tons of superphosphate (330 working days).
8. Other Projects N.A. N.A. N.A. 65 -0 f I955-56 ...
Total 11,93.1 2.83.5 4.68.9 11,29.8
Grand Total 44.70.6 14.71.0 I7.74.9 93,82.9

• Provision in the Hyderabad State Plan for this project amounts to Rs, 85.70 lakhs.
! Includes expenditure on Singarani Collieries Ltd.
f. Including Rs. 40.0 lakhs for the DDT Factory in the Bombay State Plan.
N.A.—Not available.

APPENDIX II Expansion Programme in the Private Sector

Industry Unit 1950-51

1955-56

Capital Investment during 1951-56 (Rs. lakhs)
Rated Capacity Production Rated Capacity Production
1. Agricultural Machinery

(i) Pumps (power-driven centrifugal) Numbers 33,460 34,310 69,400 80,000 to 85,000

1,20
(ii) Diesel engines 6,320 5,540 39,725 50,000
2. Aluminium Tons 4,000 3.677 20,000 12,000 9,00 (1)
3- Automobile (manufacturing only) (2) Numbers 30,000 4.077 30,000 30,000 3,00
4. Ball and Roller Bearing N umbers `000 6oo 87 1,200 1,200 5,25*
5- Battery, Dry Cell . " " 285,000 136,500 310,000 320,000 ...
6. Battery, Storage '' '' 446 200 538 400 ...
7- Bicycle " " 120 101 530 530 ...
8. Cement . Tons 'ooo 3,194 2,692(3) 5,016 4,515 15,40
9. Cotton Textile :
(i) Yarn Lbs. million 1,669 1,179 1,722 1,640

9,00

(ii) Cloth (mill-made) Yds. „ 4,744 3,718 4,779 4,700
(iii) Cloth (hand-loom) '' " 3,000 (4) 810 3,000 1,700
10 Electric Cable and Wire
A.C.S.R. Cables Tons 2,500 1,674 5,000 5,000 ...
11 Electric Fan Numbers '000 288 194 360 320 to 350 ...

*Capital investment also covers the other light engineering industries listed under Serial Nos. 5-7, 10-14, 17, 19, 31 and 34.
(1) Covers only what is expected to be spent during the period of the Plan.
(2) Based on the programme of tlie two existing manufacturers.
(3) The actual production includes the output of the factory in the public sector.
(4) The rated capacity of handlooms is based on the number of handlooms in existence at present and availability of yarn at the rate of 20 Ibs. per month.

APPENDIX II : Expansion Programme in the Private Sector (Contd.)

Industry Unit 1950-51 1955-56

Capital . Investment during
1951-56 (Rs. lakhs)

Rated Capacity Production Rated Capacity Production
12 Electric Lamp :
(i) G.S.L. lamps Numbers '000 23,000 15,000 32,000 30,000 ...
(ii) Miniature lamps . " " 900 N.A. 27,500 l6,000 ...
13 Electric Motor HP. '000 150 99 300 320 ...
14 Electric Transformer KVA '000 370 179 485 450 ...
15 Fertiliser :
(i) Ammonium sulphate Tons 78,670 46,304 131,270 120,000 2,10
(ii) Super-phosphate Tons 123,460 55,o89 192,855 164,000
16 Glass and Glassware :
(i) Sheet glass . Tons 11,700 5,850 52,200 26,000


2,20

(ii) Blownware and
pressedware . Tons 201,550 86,000 237,800 137,500 to 142,500
(iii) Bangles Tons 35,000 16,000 35,000 16,000
17 Grinding Wheel Tons 360 231 840 750 to 800
18 Heavy Chemical :
(i) Sulphuric acid Tons '000 150 99 213 192

7,30

(ii) Soda ash Tons '000 54 45 86 78
[iii) Caustic soda . Tons '000 19 11 37 33
19 Hurricane Lantern . Numbers '000 4,260 3,240 4,510 6,000
20 Iron and Steel :
(i) Pig Iron Tons '000 1,850 1,572(5) 2,700(6) 1,950
43,00
(ii) Finished steel (main producers only) Tons '000 975 976(5) 1,550(6) 1,280

(5) Including the output of the Mysore Iron and Steel Works.
(6) The rated capacity will be achieved when the expansion projects are completed i. e., by 1957-58.

APPENDIX II : Expansion Programme in the Private Sector (Contd.)

Industry Unit r

1950-51

1955-56

Capital Investment during 1951-56 (Rs. lakhs)
Rated Capacity

Production

Rated Capacity Production
21. Jute Manufactures . Tons' 000 1,200 892 1,200 1,200
22. Machine Tool (graded) Numbers 3,000 1,101(7) 3,000 3,000 20
23. Match Gross Boxes 'ooo 35,300 29,100 38,300 35,300 50
24. Paints and Varnish (organised industry only) :

(i) Ready-mixed paint, varnish, etc. Tons 'ooo 65 29 70 60



50

(ii) Pigment (titanium di-oxide) . Tons 1,800 1,800
(iii) Nitrocellulose lacquers . Gals '000 350 300
(iv) Aluminium paste and powder Tons ... ... 750 750
25. Paper and Board :
(i) Paper and paper board Tons '000 137 114(8) 198 l88
5,35
(ii) Strawboard and other boards Tons '000 48 22 58 53
26. Petroleum Refining (in terms of input of crude oil) Tons '000 250 2,000(8) ...


64,00

(i) Liquid petroleum products . Gals. million N.A. N.A. N.A. 403(9)
(ii) Bitumen Tons N.A. N.A. N.A. 37,500(9).
27. Pharmaceuticals :
(i) Benzene hexa-chloride Tons 500 500


3,50

(ii) Sulpha drugs . Lbs. 'ooo 400 400
(iii) Para-amino salicylic acid . Tons 48 48
(iv) Calcium lactate Tons 50 50

(7) The estimated figure relates to the calendar year 1950.
(8) The rated capacity will reach 3.45 million tons, in terms of input of crude oil, by 1956-57 when the two new refineries are expected to be in full production.
(9) Exclusive of the existing capacity.


APPENDIX II : Expansion Programme in the Private Sector (Contd.)

Industry Unit 1950-51 1955-56 Capital Investment during 1951-56 (Rs.lakhs)
Rated Capacity

Production

Rated Capacity Production
28. Plywood : Tea-chest Sq.ft. '000 138,840 44,940 180,000 to 190,000 100,000 60
29. Power Alcohol :
(i) Power alcohol Gals.
million.
13 5 21 18
120(10)
(ii) Commercial spirit Gals. million 3 N.A. 3 2
30. Railway Rolling Stock :
(i) Locomotives Numbers N.A. N.A. 50 plus
50 boilers
50 plus
50 boilers

2,50
(ii) Underframes Numbers N.A. N.A. 400 400
31. Radio Receiver Numbers
'000
77 49 380 350
32. Rayon (including cellulosic raw materials)
(i) Rayon filament Lbs. million 4 1 18

18

15,10
(ii) Straple fibre Bales '000 28 28
(iii) Cotton linter Lbs. 5 5
(iv) Chemical pulp Million Tons 11,500(11)
33. Salt (12) Tons '000 2,270 1,920 4,026 2,186 N.A.
34- Sewing Machine Numbers 37.500 32,965 91,500 91,500
35. Soap (including glycerine) :
Soap Tons '000 265 106 280 200 60
36. Sugar Tons '000 1,540 1,116(13) 1,550 1,503 10

(l0') Includes expenditure for creating facilities for petrol-alcohol mixture.
(11) Construction will be just completed so that the actual production is assumed to be negligible.
(12) Figures relating to the rated capacity (i.e., potential production capacity) and actual productirnofsaii in the private sector have been estimated, except for the industry's total capacity of 4 026 million tons by 1955-56 (including the capacity in the public sector) which was estimated by the Salt Experts Committee,
(13) Figure relates to the sugar season 1950-51.
N—Negligible. N, A-—Not available,

APPENDIX II ( concld.)
Expansion Programme in the Private Sector

Industry. Unit 1950-51

1955-56

Capital Investment during 1951-56 on (Rs. lakhs)
Rated Capacity Production Rated Capacity Production
37. Tanning and Footwear:
Footwear Million pairs 85.0 91.0 60
38. Textile Machinery :
(i) Carding engines Numbers 600 600 600

1,50

(ii) Spinning ring frames. 35 396 260 800 700
(iii) Looms—plain, semi and automatic. 53 3,600 1,894 8,000 6,000
39. Vanaspati Tons '000 333 153 389 300 50
40. Vegetable Oil Tons '000 N.A. 1,118(14) N.A. 1,299 60
41. Woollen Manufactures Lbs. '000 20,150 18,000 20,150(15) 25,000 50
42. Other Industries (16) 38,00
total . 233.30

(14) The production figure for vegetable oils, excluding coconut oil, relates to the year 1949-50.
(15) Figures for rated capacity as well as production do not take into account the installation of 30,000 spindles for fine woollen yarn.
(l6) Including development of power generation in the private sector estimated to cost Rs. 16.00 lakhs, and produce 176,000 K.W. by 1956.
N.A.—Not available.

APPENDIX III Progress in the Implementation of Development Plans of Certain Major Industries

Industry Unit 1951-56 Progress during I951-52 Actual Production during April- September
Additional capacity Additional reduction Additional capacity Additional Production
1951 1952
I Agricultural Machinery :

(i) Pumps (power-driven
centrifugal).
Numbers 35,940 45,687 to
50,687
9,340 11,587 19,200 12,900
(ii) Diesel engines Numbers 33,405 44,462 3,600 1,725 3,316 1,671
2 Aluminium Tons 16,000 8,323 ... 328 1,881 2,140
3 Battery, dry cell Numbers millions 25 183 ... 8 76.2 57.1
4 Battery, storage Numbers '000 93 200 93 10 114.3 77.7
5 Bicycle Numbers '000 410 429 ... 19 42.7 96.7
6 Cement Numbers '000 2,026 2,108 596 596 1,580.3 1,727.1
7. Cotton Textile :
(i) Yarn :Spindleage or Numbers '000 350 159
Capacity for yarn Lbs. million 53 461 24 156 658 727
(ii) Mill cloth : Loomage or Numbers '000 2 1

Capacity for cloth

Yds. million 35 982 24 408 2,086 2,364
(iii) Handloom Cloth Yds. million N.A. 890 N.A. 114 N.A. N.A.
8. Electric Transformer KVA '000 115 241 23 99.8 97.9
Fertiliser :
9. (i) Ammonium sulphate . Tons 402,600 403,696 350,000 29,029 21,300 98,817
(ii) Superphosphate Tons 85,895 124,911 50,395 8,690 27,700 24,184
10 Glass and Glassware :
(i) Sheet glass Tons 40,500 20,100 (-)600 1,645 381
(ii) Blownware and pressed ware Tons 36,250 51,400 to
56,400
6,500 23,600 41,707 40,210
11 Heavy Chemical :
(i) Sulphuric acid Tons '000 70 101 39 4 51.0 47.'7
(ii) Caustic soda Tons 18,400 21,625 3,850 4,520 7,100 8,314
12 Iron and Steel:
(i) Pig Iron Tons '000 1.757 1,261 166 904 874
(ii) Finished steel Tons'000 635 394 55 518 526
13 Jute manufactures Tons 'ooo 308 88 438 466
14 Match Gross boxes '000 3,000 6,200 2,800 14,655 15,300
15 Paper and paper board Tons '000 74 86 5 21 66.1 68.2
16 Plywood : Tea-chest Sq. ft. '000 51,200 54,100 21,500 23,200 28,890 37,658
17 Power Alcohol Bulk Galls.
'000
8,250 15,284 1,694 2,620 3,710
18 Radio Receiver Numbers '000 303 301 76 26 35.6 38.2
19 Rayon : Rayon filament . Lbs. million 18.0 21.6 3.0 6.0 2.4 3.9
20 Sewing machines Numbers 54,000 58,535 15 23,671 24,022
21 Soap Tons '000 15 94 7 9 38.9 40.5
22 Sugar Tons '000 10 384 369 87.2 298.0

N.A.—Not available.

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