Ranked No. 1 in the Country in Jackfruit Production and No.4 in Pineapple Cultivation

Why Invest in Tripura

Production

Four Favourable Agri-climatic Zones Create the Ecosystem for Tripura to be Ranked No. 1 in Jackfruit Cultivation and No. 4 in Pineapple Cultivation

Connectivity

Strategic Location - surrounded by Bangladesh and Proximity to the South-East Asian Region  

Infrastructure

Availability of Robust Infrastructure, Including a Mega Food Park and a Food Park, Five Industrial Estates, an Industrial Growth Centre, a Rubber Park, Bamboo Park, Export Promotion Industrial Park, a Software Park, Two Integrated Infrastructure Development Centers (IIDC) and an Upcoming Mini Tool Room

S. No. Category Districts
1. Paddy All Districts
2. Jackfruit All Districts
3. Maize Dhalai and South Tripura
4. Potato Dhalai and South Tripura
5. Raddish Sepahijala and South Tripura
6. Milk West Tripura, Sepahijala,Gomoti
7. Pulses Dhalai and South Tripura
8. Pineapple Dhalai and North Tripura, Gomti, South Tripura, Sipahijala
9. Banana Dhalai and West Tripura
10. Cabbage Sepahijala and South Tripura
11. Bamboo All districts
12. Meat and Eggs Sepahijala, South Tripura, West Tripura
S. No. Category Districts
1. Rice Unakoti, West Tripura
2. Fruits and Vegetables West Tripura
3. Cereals and Cereal products West Tripura and Khowal
4. Confectionary Unakoti, West Tripura
5. Bakery products Unakoti, West Tripura
6. Beverages Gomati, West Tripura
S. No. Food Park Location Area (in acres) Allotted area (in acres) Area to be allotted (in acres) Website
1. Bodhjungnagar food Park-Agartala, promoted by Tripura Industrial Development Corporation Ltd West Tripura, Agartala 30 25 5 www.tidc.in
2. Sikaria mega food park Mokdumpur- Malda 50 - - www.tripuramegafoodpark.com

Key Production Statistics

State Govt Policy Initiative

Ease of Doing Business

  • Tripura Investment Promotion Board (TIPB) has been constituted to assist investors in the process of establishing and operationalizing a company
  • Applications for approvals/clearances required for starting a business can be made online using the single window system
  • Clear timelines have been defined for processing of land conversion applications and for approval/rejection of building plans
  • Simplified registration process, with reduced documentation, for availing incentives is now applicable
  • Clear timelines have been defined (1 to 90 days) for granting statutory permissions

Policy Incentives Download Policy

  • Capital investment subsidy of 40 per cent, with a maximum of INR 70 lacs for an enterprise
  • Interest subsidy of 4 per cent, subject to a ceiling of INR 3.00 lakhs per annum for 5 years
  • Employment cost subsidy in the form of reimbursement of ESI/EPF expenditure of employers (up to 100 per cent for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, MSMEs)
  • Reimbursement of 25 per cent of power charges actually paid by the enterprise (subject to a maximum of INR 12 lacs per year)
  • Export promotion subsidy of 10 per cant on the value of export (with a ceiling of INR 20 lakhs per annum)
  • ESI- Employee State Insurance; EPF- Employee Provident Fund

Key Players