Industrial Park Rating System 2.0 Gap Assessment Workshops – Government of Telangana and Karnataka

Industrial Park Rating System (IPRS) is an extension of the India Industrial Land Bank (IILB) platform and helps in the qualitative and quantitative measurement of industrial parks across 4 main pillars – internal utilities, external connectivity, business support systems, and environmental and safety management. 

As part of the IPRS 2.0 Gap Assessment, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) with support from the IILB/IPRS teams in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) organized a physical workshop in Karnataka. Invest India and ADB teams shared presentations on state-specific findings from IPRS 2.0, highlighting the best practices across industrial parks, and discussed gaps with probable solutions. The teams also visited Hi-Tech defense and Aerospace Park industrial area, Bengaluru rural district post-workshop. 

A physical workshop with Telangana was organized in the series of these workshops. The team also visited Aerospace SEZ, Industrial Park, Adibatla, Ranga Reddy District post the workshop.

IPRS 2.0 Gap Assessment Workshop with State of Karnataka


Visit to Hi-Tech defence & Aerospace Park Industrial Area, Bengaluru Rural District with State officials.
IPRS 2.0 Gap Assessment Workshop with State of Telangana
Visit to Aerospace_SEZ, Industrial Park, Adibatla, Ranga Reddy District with State officials