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Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
27-April-2012 16:40 IST
Industrial Clusters for Ayurvedic Medicines

 

The Department of AYUSH, MoHFW has approved nine AYUSH clusters in eight States one each in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan and two in Maharashtra for setting up of AYUSH industry cluster (Special Purpose Vehicle) as common facilities centre for manufacturing and testing facilities for Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani medicines.

 

State/UT-wise details of all nine clusters approved so far is as follows :

Location and State / UT wise details of AYUSH Industry  Clusters

S. No

State/UT

AYUSH Cluster Location / Address

Funds Allocated                (Rs. in crores)

1

Andhra Pradesh

1. Lepakshi Ayush Park Private Limited, 5-72 PVC Colony, Bellary Road, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh 515 004

10.00

2

Karnataka

2. Ayurpark Health Care Limited, 168, Chelakere Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore - 560 043

10.00

3

Kerala

3. CARE Keralam, Kinfra Small Industries Park, Nalukettu Road, Kinfra Park P.O., Thrissur - 680 309

10.00

4

Maharashtra

4. Maharashtra Ayurved Center Pvt. Ltd., Aradhana, 55, Amchi Colony, Pashan - NDA Road, Bawdhan khurd, Pune - 411 021 INDIA

9.49

5. Konkan Ayur Pharma Pvt. Ltd.Gat No. 144, A/p.: Dhamani, Tal.: Sangameshwar, Dist. : Ratnagiri 415611 (for 2 projects)

8.87

5

Orissa

6. Rushikulya Ayurvedic Cluster pvt Ltd, Ajodhya Nagar, 2nd lane, Berhampur, Ganjam, Orissa, India

5.99

6

Punjab

7. Herbal Health Research Consortium Pvt. Ltd. 277, East Mohan Nagar, Amritsar - 143006.

10.00

7

Rajasthan

8. M/s Ayushraj Enterprises Pvt. Ltd; Jaipur, 35, Sushilpura South, Ajmer Road Bridge, Shyam Nagar 2nd Lane, Sodala, Ajmer Road, Jaipur- 302019

9.70

8

Tamil Nadu

9. Traditional Ayurveda Cluster of Tamilnadu, 48, Grand West Trunk Road, Kancheepuram Dist., Sriperumbudur-602 105

9.65

Total  Nine Clusters

83.70

 

The scheme for Development of AYUSH industry cluster for AYUSH industry cluster is based on Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode which implies that willing industry representatives desirous of framing cluster can apply and obtain matching grant under the scheme. Since the project entails availability of infrastructure and willingness on the part of Special Purpose Vehicle members, it is for the SPV to decide the location for setting up the AYUSH industry cluster.

 

The above information was given in a written reply by the Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare Shri S Gandhiselvan in the Lok  Sabha today.

 

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