At present, manufacturing contributes approximately per cent to the district domestic products. Further, approximately 1/3rd of this contribution is from unregistered units, highlighting that the employment and investment in industrial sector is likely to be higher than recorded by the respective government agencies. This is a positive sign and factor for the sustainable growth of Jaipur.
The development of DMIC is expected to create further investment and employment in the district. The mega infrastructure project is proposed to cover an overall length of 1,483 km between Jaipur and the business capitals of India, Delhi and Mumbai. In the context of Jaipur region, it implies huge development potential for various industries in the area between Sikar Road and Ajmer Road as this would fall under the influence of the industrial corridor.
Jaipur’s approximately to the National Capital Region is the main driver for the economic growth of the city. The development of industrial hubs in vicinity such as Neemrana and Bhiwadi has also had favourable impact on Jaipur Properties. Backed on these initiatives and coupled with a flexible state industrial policy, the entire region has observed tremendous development in industrial sector, which has further instigated demand for residential and support commercial and retail real estate in the region.