South India is in a tremendous growth streak, going by the plentiful and rapidly growing opportunities there. Be those the natural reasons such as topography and climate responsible for the prosperity, or the positive HDI indicator in comparison to other states; the growth prospects of South India are positive.
In Kerala, the figure of child-sex ratio stands at 1084:1000, which shows the number of girls born per thousand males. There is a better literacy rate in Kerala and education is given emphasis, not just to get employment, but it also means societal dignity for people. Skill development is also on the cards since the government is very serious about educating the people about different sectors. The child-sex ratio in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu stand at 1037 and 996 respectively!
When it comes to investment prospects in South India, the Government of India has selected Andhra Pradesh as a Model State where the industrial units would receive power supply 24/7. The Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) has structured affordable land prices in comparison to other states in India. There is a transparent online system placed for the allotment of land to different individuals while the industrial clearances are provided within 21 days.
In the recent past, many leading National and International companies have shown their interest to invest in Andhra Pradesh due to its bright future. Agrocorp is one of those companies which have invested in this State by farming agro-forestry species like Melia Dubia and other cash crops such as maize, gherkin etc. Based in Hindupur in Andhra Pradesh we have launched promising investment opportunities for common people. Other companies that have invested in Hindupur include Berger Paints and Wipro Limited’s SEZ Project Wipro (Santoor) with an investment of Rs. 500 crore.
Hero Moto Corp is planning investments of Rs. 3,000 crore in Andhra Pradesh in the coming year. While Pepsi Co is willing to procure 250 million tons of mangoes in the State, the deal that is yet to be finalised. Walmart on the other hand, is aiming to promote and purchase “Made in Andhra” products. These companies are showing faith for making investments in South India due to the availability of abundant natural resources which act as one important indicator. Again taking the example of Andhra Pradesh, it has the longest coastline in the country that is spread across a length of 974 kms. Water resources are plentiful with 4 major rivers in AP namely Krishna, Penna, Godavari and Tungabadra.
Another State in South India namely Karnataka has emerged as one of the favourites of investors. Karnataka received investment intent worth Rs. 67,757 crore during January-June 2016.
After knowing some of the reasons of prospering South India, it is advisable for you to be a part of this growth story as well. For potential gains, you can invest with Agrocorp and join the progressing idea of Agro-Realty in India. You can check our website for more details and for any queries write us at firstname.lastname@example.org