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    Welcome to the official website of the Industrial Incentives,Department of Industries Government of Andhra Pradesh! This portal has been designed to provide comprehensive, reliable, user-friendly and one-stop source of information on obtaining Incentives by an Entrepreneur in Andhra Pradesh.


General Information

To Apply for Incentives, Entrepreneur/applicant may kindly go through the following procedure carefully.

1. Entrepreneur must ensure to purchase Digital Signature component in order to submit the Online Application.

2. Online Incentive Application divided into two Sections : 1). Common Application Form (CAF)   2). Individual Incentive Forms

Common Application Form (CAF):

a). Common Application Form requires you to fill basic information(Personal,Enterprise,Investment,Finance,Power & Bank Details) about the enterprise. Sample Common Application Form can be downloaded from here.Click here

b). Only one Common Application Form is to be filled for single Enterprise.

c). Please ensure the details in the Enclosed documents are exactly to be filled in CAF & other Incentive Forms. Click here to download mandatory Documents

d). Applicants are required to verify the application details before submitting the online application. They have an option to save the online application form, in case it is not to be submitted.

e). Once the online application form is submitted by the applicant, then further modifications will not be allowed. Hence applicants are requested to check and validate the details before submitting the online application form.

f). Once the online application form is submitted by the applicant.Application Id will be generated automatically and same will be communicated to Entrepreneur in three ways : SMS, Email(Specified in Personal Details) & Entrepreneur Dashboard.

g). Applicants are requested to keep the Application Id for tracking the application Status. Click here to know the status

Individual Incentive Forms:

a). After filling the Common Application Form fill individual incentive form for applying for respective industrial incentives

b). Upload relevant documents along with individual incentive forms. Click here to download mandatory Documents


Before applying for Incentives, Entrepreneur/applicant may kindly go through the following Guidelines carefully.

1. Please check that the Location of Enterprise is not in the Notified Locations List.

2. Check whether Line of Acivity is Eligible or Ineligible? Click here for Ineligible Line of Activities

3. Please ensure that Composite industrial enterprises set up for manufacture of an eligible item along with an ineligible item are not eligible for incentives/concessions except when the proportion of ineligible items in the total production is less than 10% in value of the total turnover.

4. Check the Enterprise DCP(Date of Commencement of Production). Please ensure that online Application is filled within 6 months of DCP, beyond 6 months and upto 12 months only 50% of Incentives under the policy are Eligible, beyond one(1) Year of DCP are not eligible to apply for Incentives.

5. Please ensure that follow list of areas to be approved by DIPC/SLC by Enterprise. Please upload relevant Documents in order to Claim the Incentives

a. Break in Production.

b. Change of Management.

c. Additional Line of Activity.

d. Mergers & Amalgations.

e. Change of Location.

f. Change of Financial Institution.

g. When Entreprise purchase from any other Source.

6. Check whether 2nd Hand Machinery is not more than 25% of Total Machinery.

7. Please ensure the crieteria of 25% enhancement in the Investment and installed capacity/turnover for the Expansion Projects.

8. Please furnish the subsidies of State/Cental Governemnt already availed.

9. Please ensure that sale/lease deed in the name of Enterprise.

10. Please check whether Financial Institution, GM & DIC certified the machinery list as per the guidelines.

11. Please check whether New Integrated Steel Plants which produces Ingots, Steel Billets, Coils, Strips, Slabs or Alloy Steels starting with iron ore / scrap and using the liquid metal produced to make Billets, Coils,Strips, Slabs or Alloy Steels and any melting Enterprises/Industries involved in part production are eligible for all other incentives / benefits under IDP 2015-20 except power cost reimbursement. However, manufacture of Sponge Iron and Pig Iron are eligible for reimbursement of power cost including other incentives under IDP 2015-20. Integrated Steel Plants set up with blast furnace/ induction furnace are eligible for other incentives except power incentives. Whereas those set up with electric arc furnace are not eligible for incentives.

12. Please ensure that share holding certificate of company is issued by the Charted Accountant.

13. Please ensure the documents is authorised or not and Board Resolution certified by the Company Secretary verified.



List of Ineligible Industries
Sl. No. Activity
1 Khandasari Sugar and Sugar Mills and Jaggery making.
2 Distilleries, Rectified Spirit (Alcohol) from out of Molasses, Breweries, Beer and other Alcoholic Drinks, except Winery
3 All animal rearing/farming like poultry, piggery etc.,
4 All types of Hatcheries except mechanized hatcheries
5 Alcohol based Industries except Pharmaceuticals, APIs, Intermediates, Drug and other products having utility for medical purpose.
6 Varnishes and Thinners.
7 Cotton ginning except Modern ginning as per the norms of Technology Mission on Cotton, Ministry of Textiles ,Government of India.
8 Chloral Hydrate.
9 Lime Kiln / Burnt Lime/ Hydrated Lime, except units adopting Rotary kiln system.
10 Book binding / Note Books / Exercise Note Books / Registers / Ledgers / File Pads / Office Files etc. except those units using mechanised processes.
11 Tobacco barns/tobacco re-drying/processing, Beedi /Cigarette manufacturing and other tobacco based products
12 All types of Saw-mills, except Medium Density Fibre Board(MDF), Particle Board (PB) and furniture made of MDF and PB
13 Road Metal/ Stone Crushing / Coal Pulverizing / Rock Sand.
14 Soap making units not operated by power driven machinery
15 Shampoos and other Cosmetic items except those having National / International certifications
16 Cinematography/ Videography / Video Parlours /Theatres/ Photo studios.
17 All industries of mobile nature like rigs, concrete mixing plants, road metal mixing, readymade concrete mixing etc., including site oriented industries.
18 Tailoring other than readymade Garments
19 Mining and Quarrying
20 All types of Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electricity
21 X-ray clinics and clinical/pathological laboratories and scanning, MRI Tests
22 Servicing and /or repairing units activities except Cold storage and Seed processing units
23 Calcium carbide and Silicon carbide manufacturing.
24 Ferro Alloys Manufacturing except with captive power plant
25 Steel Rerolling mills, rolling of rods including Tor steel angles, channels, Flats etc. except the units set-up in Industrial Estates/Areas/Parks .
26 Steel Structural and fabrication works other than heavy structural’s using 5 ton capacity crane
27 Steel gates/grills, G.I.Buckets, Gamelas, Boiling Pans, Trunks, Spades, Mamotees, Shovels and Bins and Bright bars, except mechanized units with investment on Plant and Machinery Rs.25 Lakhs and more.
28 Hotels and Motels (Tourism Policy shall be followed)
29 Composite Units setup for manufacture of an eligible items along with in-eligible items except when the proportion of in-eligible items in the total production is less than 10% in value of the total turnover
30 Plastic carry bags with less than 40 microns thickness
31 Fire crackers manufacturing enterprises
32 Tyre Pyrolysis
33 Manure mixing industry except the units with mechanised process
34 Steel Ingots/Billets, Except Green field Integrated Steel Plants, which produces Steel Ingots, Billets, Coils, Strips, Slabs or Alloy Steels through Blast Furnace /Induction Furnace route starting with iron ore and using the liquid metal produced from the Blast Furnace to make Ingots, Billets, Coils, Strips, Slabs or other Steel Alloys without using Electric Arc Furnace. However, these Greenfield Integrated Steel Plants shall not be eligible for reimbursement of power cost.
35 Any other industry notified by the State Government for inclusion in this list from time to time.

Note: In respect of Food Processing Industries, the incentives shall be determined as per the Food Processing Policy 2015-20 and Guidelines.



List of Service Enterprises- Eligible for Investment Subsidy
Sl. No. Activity
1 Industrial / Material testing laboratories
2 R&D Centres related to industry
3 Printing presses offset printing press, Flexi/Vinyl Printing, Flexo printing, colour film laboratories, video mixing
4 Machine operated Seed grading services
5 Machinery Training Centres with necessary machinery and equipment (other than educational institutions)
6 Power Laundries
7 Ready-made Garments units with investment more than Rs. 5.00 lakhs on Plant & Machinery
8 Cotton/Jute/Iron Scrap/Plastic/Paper/Hay etc. Baling presses.
9 Auto servicing and /or repairing units with investment more than Rs.10.00 lakhs on Plant & Machinery, engineering machining workshops, Common effluent treatment plans
10 Packaging activity with investment more than Rs. 5.00 lakhs on equipment
11 General Engineering and Fabrication works
12 Machine operated Book binding Enterprises and Note Books with investment more than Rs. 5.00 lakhs on Plant & Machinery
13 Any other Service Enterprises notified by the State Level Committee for inclusion in this list from time to time.
Note:

1) The investment subsidy for the above activities shall be only on the value of Plant & Machinery/ Equipment.


2) Service Sector projects set up by the entrepreneurs will be limited to 50% of the Budget Provision in order to encourage the remaining 50% for the manufacturing sector.


3) The above service activities set up anywhere in the state are eligible only for investment subsidy and all other service / Business activities are not eligible for any incentives.



Definitions

1. New Industrial Enterprise: New Industrial Enterprise means and includes an industrial Enterprise which has been established in the State with new machinery and commenced commercial production on or after 01.04.2015 and before 31.03.2020 (inclusive of both dates) holding valid approvals from the concerned authorities. Wherever the enterprise not able to produce the valid approvals, sanction will be given based on self-certification. However, disbursement of sanctioned incentives will only be made on submission of valid approvals

2. Micro Enterprises: Micro Enterprise means an enterprise in which Investment on plant and machinery up to the limit as defined by the Government of India from time to time.

3. Small Enterprises: Small Enterprise means an enterprise having the investment on plant and machinery up to the limit as defined by the Government of India from time to time.

4. Medium Enterprises: Medium Enterprise means an enterprise in which Investment on plant and machinery up to the limit as defined by the Government of India from time to time.

5. Large Industries: Large Industry means an industry in which the investment on plant and machinery is above Medium Enterprises as defined by Government of India from time to time.

6. Mega Projects:
a. For General Industries under IDP 2015-20: Mega Project means the Industrial Enterprise, set up with a capital investment of Rs.500 Crore and above orThe industrial Enterprise which creates direct employment to more than 2000 persons.

b. For Biotechnology Industries: Project with capital investment of Rs. 50 crore and above or Creating local employment for 200 people will be accorded mega project status.

c. For Textile Industries: projects with a capital investment of Rs. 125 crore and above or Providing employment to 2000 people or more, will be accorded mega industry status.

7. Mega Integrated Automobile Project:The mega integrated automobile project will mean automobile projects that will have engine plant, press shop, Body shop, transmission line, assembly line, paint shop etc. either on its own or as consortium or joint venture mode in the same location with investments over and above Rs.1500 crore and which will bring ancillary units of a minimum of Rs. 500 crore investment within 3 years.

8. Ancillary status: This status will be accorded to Ancillary units of Mega Integrated Automobile Projects with minimum sales of 50% of their product to the mother unit or supplying 100% requirement of the mother plant as certified by the mother plant, for 5 years from the date of commencement of production, will be eligible for the incentives.

9. Anchor unit for Aerospace & Defence (A & D) Industries: Global/ Indian Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) companies which design and manufacture the A&D platform, where these are the high-end of the A&D value chain with large entry barriers, also requiring high investments and technological intensiveness for manufacturing in India. Hence, Standalone mother units with capital investment greater than Rs. 200 crore with defence orders worth at least Rs. 50 crore or more would be designated as Anchor Units. The definition of a defence order is a contract with the Ministry of Defence or the Ministry of Home Affairs (of Government of India) or their equivalents in foreign countries. Capital Investment includes investment on land, buildings and Plant and Machinery and Working capital margin. The incentives will be extended after investing the stipulated investment as defined under Mega Project as on date of commencement of commercial production (DCP). If the Mega Project is aided unit, the investment made during the period of 6 months from DCP will be considered in computing the investment made by the enterprise, for considering it as a Mega Project. All mega projects will be eligible for incentives under large industry category of various policies and tailor made incentives over and above the policy on case to case basis granted by Government.

10. Expansion Projects: Existing industrial Enterprises, setting up expansion projects other than those listed in the ineligible list, involving enhancement of fixed capital investment by at least 25% as well as enhancement of capacity by 25% for the same product lines will be eligible for incentives.

11. Diversification Projects: Existing industrial Enterprises, making investment for a new product other than those listed in the ineligible list, involving Diversification with an enhancement at least by 25% of fixed capital investment as well as enhancement on turnover by 25%, in value terms, (last three years average turnover) will be eligible for incentives.

12. Original Fixed Capital Investment: Investments made on fixed capital assets prior to Expansion/Diversification will be treated as original fixed capital investment. While computing this original fixed capital investment, neither depreciation nor revaluation will be taken into account. Fixed assets include cost of land, civil works, Plant, Machinery and equipment as per the approved project cost. This project cost will also include cost of machinery installed within 6 months from DCP in case of units assisted by Financial Institutions.

13. Production Capacity of Original Enterprise/Industry: highest annual production/turnover achieved during preceding three financial years prior to expansion/diversification, will be treated as production capacity of the original Enterprise/Industry. In case of service enterprise the highest annual turnover achieved during preceding three financial years prior to expansion/diversification, will be treated as production capacity of the original Enterprise/Industry.

14.Tax: Tax means Tax paid to Commercial Tax Department by the way of net VAT and CST or State Goods and Services Tax (SGST) on goods produced by the industrial enterprise.

15.Date of Commencement of Commercial Production (DCP): The date on which commercial production has started, as indicated in the EM Part – II /Part B of IEM/IL in respect of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises and Large Industries respectively, as the case may be and as confirmed and certified by GM, DIC. While confirming /certifying the DCP of the enterprise by GM, DIC as stated above, due diligence is to be exercised by correlating the date of purchase of the machinery, date of installation, power release and 1st sale bill, power bills, VAT payments, Excise duty payment etc. In case of any dispute on DCP between the enterprise and the department, State Level Committee (SLC) will review and its decision is final.

16.Continuous Production: Continuous production means continuous working of an industrial Enterprise engaged in the activity of manufacture of approved lines for a minimum period of six (6) years for MSEs and eight (8) years for Medium and Large enterprises without any break in production. However, in case of eligible service activities listed in Annexure –II shall be in continuous production for a period of three (3) years. If any industrial enterprise is not in operation/working for more than 90 days continuously, then the industrial enterprise shall be treated as break in production and not in continuous working. If break in production is condoned by SLC, the continuous production period will be extended accordingly. This condition is not applicable for seasonal industrial enterprises as defined by the department.

17. Approved Project Cost: Approved project cost means, the cost of the project on different components of the project as approved by the term loan lending institution or in case of joint financing, by the lead term loan lending institution. The appraised project cost by the Scheduled Commercial Banks/Financial Institutions recognized by Reserve Bank of India for the purpose of sanction of term loan would be treated as the approved project cost. However, the component of working capital margin will not be considered for computing investment subsidy for Micro and Small Enterprises. In respect of self-financed projects, the approved project cost will be fixed by the Multi Disciplinary Committee (MDC) for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises. In case of self financed Large and Mega industries which have not availed any assistance from financing institutions, such projects shall be referred to Standing Scrutiny Committee (SSC) for inspection and report on the project cost i.e. land, building, plant & machinery and other assets. These figures shall be taken as approved project cost.

18. Revised Project Cost: The revised project cost for the self financed Industrial Enterprises should be taken as certified by the Multi Disciplinary Committee (MDC) for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises and Standing Scrutiny Committee (SSC) for large and Mega industries.

19. Aided Enterprise/Industry: The Enterprise/Industry avails term loan from Scheduled Commercial Banks/Financial Institutions recognized by Reserve Bank of India, A.P. State Financial Corporation (APSFC) and Small Industrial Development Bank of India (SIDBI) for setting up the Enterprise/Industry is treated as Aided Enterprise/Industry.

20. Self Finance Enterprise / Industry: The Enterprise / Industries set up with own funds / unsecured loans without any involvement from Scheduled / Commercial Banks / Financial Institutions / APSFC etc is treated as Self Finance Enterprise. However, units established first with own funds / unsecured loans and obtained Term Loan subsequently after commencement of production are treated as self-finance units for the purpose of sanction of incentives under the policy. Further, wherever, the enterprises / industry is established with term loan less than 40% of the project cost will also be considered as self-financed units and in these cases, the MDC / SSC should invariably co-opt the concerned financial institutions as the member in addition to the existing members in the respective committee.

21. BC Enterprise : An enterprise with 100% BC entrepreneurs is eligible enterprise under BC category. BC entrepreneur refers to a person hailing from Andhra Pradesh and belonging to BC Category as notified by the Government of Andhra Pradesh from time to time.

22. SC/ST Enterprise : An enterprise with 100% SC/ST entrepreneurs is eligible enterprise under SC/ST category. SC/ST entrepreneur refers to a person belonging to SC/ST Category as notified by the Government of Andhra Pradesh from time to time. All non-statutory concessions granted to S.C. (Hindus) by the State Government including economic support schemes sanctioned by A.P.Scheuled Castes Cooperative Finance Corporation have been extended to Schedued Caste converts to Christianity and Buddhism as per orders issued in the G.O.Ms.No.341, Social Welfare (PR) Dept. dated 30.8.1977. 4.19 General Industries/Enterprises: The Industries/Enterprises which have not covered under any sectoral policy or special category (SC/ST/BC).

23. Month: Calendar months.

24. Financial Year: 1st April to 31st March.

25. First Half Year: 1st April to 30th September

26. Second Half Year: 1st October to 31st March of next year



DSK Installation

As a part of the continuous enhancement to online services, Government of Andhra Pradesh - Department of Industries shall be accepting valid Digital Certificates issued by any Certifying Authorities in India. This will enable you to carry your e-Incentive transactions seamlessly and increase the efficiency and speed of processing. The Digital Certificates are issued by APTS in Hyderabad and Registration Authorities of other licensed Certifying Authorities in India.


To download the Check list, please Click here

To download the Application form, please Click here

For obtaining Digital Signature Certificate, you may please Contact:

APOnline SCA Managers Contact Details-Andhra Pradesh
District Managers
Sl. No District APOnline Incharge Mobile No. Email ID
1 Anantapur Harivardhan 9000753283 aponline.vardhan@gmail.com
Anantapur G Badrinath 9000753425 badrinath.meeseva@gmail.com
Anantapur Prasanth Reddy 9000753947 prasanth.chappidi@gmail.com
2 Chittoor Jithender 9000754172 jithendra.bandaram@gmail.com
Chittoor Durga Prasad 9000754182 durgaprasad4345@gmail.com
Chittoor Kiran Kumar T 9000754229 tonykiran5@gmail.com
3 East Godavari K Viswasanth 9000755638 viswasanth_kkd@yahoo.com
4 Guntur Ramanjaneyulu 9000755702 raman.anji123@gmail.com
5 Kadapa T Rajasekhar Reddy 9000754253 rsreddyt72@gmail.com
Kadapa Selva Raj 9000754404 molayamselvaraj@gmail.com
Kadapa Syed Moin 9000754419 moinkadapa@gmail.com
Kadapa Y Anil Kumar 7032901384 anil.yambadi@gmail.com
6 Krishna Saida Naik 9000755215 saidanaik007@gmail.com
7 Kurnool Srinivas V 9000755895 sreenivasuluv23@gmail.com
8 Prakasam Suresh paul 9000754621 surispn@gmail.com
9 SPSR Nellore Vamsi Krishna 9000754459 vamsi.165@gmail.com
SPSR Nellore Sree Hari G 9000754662 hari1049@gmail.com
10 Srikakulam Giri Seela 9000756178 giriseela@yahoo.com
11 Visakhapatnam Satyanarayana 9000756342 satyanarayanasastry.r@tcs.com
12 Vizianagaram K Srinivas Rao 9701451423 ksrinivasaraok309@gmail.com
13 West Godavari Rakesh Kelvin 9000755802 kelvinrakesh@yahoo.com
West Godavari P.Phani Kumar 9000757014 phanikumar1@yahoo.in




Incentive Calculation

To promote Andhra Pradesh as an attractive and competitive destination for industrial investments, the State Government have offered various incentives/benefits to all eligible new industrial enterprises set up in the state.


GoAP will provide fixed power cost reimbursement @ Rs 1 per unit for 5 years from the date of commencement of commercial production (For certain specific sectors this may be higher)

100% reimbursement of stamp duty and transfer duty paid by the industry on purchase or lease of land meant for industrial use

100% reimbursement of stamp duty for lease of land/shed/buildings, mortgages and hypothecations

VAT / SGST reimbursement incentives for a period of 5 years from the date of Commencement of Commercial Production: For Micro: 100%, Small: 100% ; Medium: 75% (for 7 years from CoCP) & Larger :50%

Companies engaged in recycling waste into environment friendly products/energy will be brought under zero rated category schedule.

GoAP will provide upto 35% subsidy on specific cleaner production measures limited to USD 56000 for MSME and upto 10% subsidy on specific cleaner production measures limited to USD 56000 for large enterprises

25% subsidy of total fixed capital investment of the project for specific green measures with a ceiling of USD 8.02 million

Special Package for SC/ST and Women Entrepreneurs (reimbursement of stamp duty, rebate in land cost, land conversion charges, Fixed power cost reimbursement, seed capital assistance, investment subsidy, reimbursement of cost involved in skill up gradation, subsidy on specific cleaner production measures)

The state Government Incentives for the eligible industries as follows.

SL.No. Description of the Incentives providing Category of the Enterprise Enterprise set by the General Category entrepreneur Enterprise set by the SC/ST category entrepreneur
General Women General Women
1 Reimbursement of Stamp Duty / Transfer Duty Micro 100% 100% 100% 100%
Small 100% 100% 100% 100%
Medium 100% 100% 100% 100%
Large 100% 100% 100% 100%
2 Stamp Duty on Lease Land / Shed Micro 100% 100% 100% 100%
Small 100% 100% 100% 100%
Medium 100% 100% 100% 100%
Large 100% 100% 100% 100%
3 Stamp Duty on Financial Deed / Mortagage Micro 100% 100% 100% 100%
Small 100% 100% 100% 100%
Medium 100% 100% 100% 100%
Large 100% 100% 100% 100%
4 Rebate on APIIC IE / IDA – Micro 25% – 10 lakhs 25% 33.33% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs
Small 25% – 10 lakhs 25% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs
Medium 25% – 10 lakhs 25% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs
Large 25% – 10 lakhs 25% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs 33.33% – 10 lakhs
5 Land conversion charges Micro 25% – 10 lakhs 25% – 10 lakhs 25% -10 lakhs 25% -10 lakhs
Small 25% – 10 lakhs 25% – 10 lakhs 25% -10 lakhs 25% -10 lakhs
Medium 25% – 10 lakhs 25% – 10 lakhs 25% -10 lakhs 25% -10 lakhs
Large
6 Investment Subsidy Micro 15%-20 lakhs 20% – 25 lakhs 35% – 50 Lakhs – 40% sch. area by ST 40% – 50 Lakhs – 45% sch area by ST
Small 15%-20 lakhs 20% – 25 lakhs 35% – 50 Lakhs – 40% sch. area by ST 40% – 50 Lakhs – 45% sch area by ST
Medium
Large
7 Reimbursement of Power Tariff Micro 0 .75 Rs 0 .75 Rs 1 .00 Rs 1 .00 Rs
Small 0 .75 Rs 0 .75 Rs 1 .00 Rs 1 .00 Rs
Medium 0 .75 Rs 0 .75 Rs 1 .00 Rs 1 .00 Rs
Large 0 .75 Rs 0 .75 Rs 1 .00 Rs 1 .00 Rs
8 SalesTax Micro 100%- 5 years 100%- 5 years 100%- 5 years 100%- 5 years
Small 50%- 5 years 50%- 5 years 50%- 5 years 50%- 5 years
Medium 25%- 5 years 25%- 5 years 25%- 5 years 25%- 5 years
Large 25%- 5 years 25%- 5 years 25%- 5 years 25%- 5 years
9 Pavala Vaddi [Interest Subsidy on Term Loan Micro 9% over and above 3% -5years 9% over and above 3% -5years 9% over and above 3% -5years 9% over and above 3% -5years
Small 9% over and above 3% -5years 9% over and above 3% -5years 9% over and above 3% -5years 9% over and above 3% -5years
Medium
Large
10 Quality Certification Micro 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh
Small 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh
Medium 25% 25% 25% 25%
Large 25% 25% 25% 25%
11 Cleaner Prodn. Measures  Micro 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs
Small 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs
Medium 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs
Large 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs 25% – 5 lakhs
12 Patent Registration Micro 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 5 Lakhs
Small 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 5 Lakhs
Medium 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 2 Lakh 50% – 5 Lakhs
Large
13 Seed Capital Assistance Micro 10% -on machinery -1st generation 10% -on machinery -1st generation 10% -on machinery -1st generation 10% -on machinery -1st generation
Small 10% -on machinery -1st generation 10% -on machinery -1st generation 10% -on machinery -1st generation 10% -on machinery -1st generation
Medium
Large
14 Reimbursement on skill upgradation Micro 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time
Small 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time
Medium 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time 50% – Rs 2000/- per head -one time
Large
15 For infrastructure development (limited to 1 crore or 15 % cost of the Fixed capital Investment. Micro 50 % on infrastructure cost 50 % on infrastructure cost
Small do do
Medium 50 % on infrastructure cost 50 % on infrastructure cost do do
Large do do do do
* Note : In case of any technical issues while processing application, please drop an email to singledesk-inds@ap.gov.in and contact to 040-66675710 (10:30 AM to 5PM)(Monday To Friday).
If you have any issues other than technical issues, Please contact corresponding GM-DIC Offices for more information.
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