Launched in August 2020, the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) is a first-of-its-kind, whole-of-government exercise to provide world-class infrastructure across India, and improve the quality of life for all citizens. It aims to showcase investment opportunities in India's infrastructure sector, improve project preparation and attracting investments into India.
The NIP aims to capture key greenfield and brownfield projects for investments across all economic and social infrastructure sub-sectors on a best-effort basis.
To draw up the NIP, a High-Level Task Force was constituted under the chairmanship of the Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), Ministry of Finance. The final report of the Task Force was released by the Union Minister for Finance & Corporate Affairs, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman on 29th April 2020.
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Making the India opportunity far more attractive is the presence of a plethora of investment opportunities across 22 sectors and 78 sub-sectors. IIG also host projects from the National Infrastructure Pipeline. These investment opportunities, both brownfield and greenfield, vary across stages of implementation. Some of the largest sectors on IIG by number of projects include Transport, Water and Sanitation, Social Infrastructure and Energy. Explore news, updates and investment opportunities across sectors and come, Invest in India!
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The Indian government has enacted several development schemes. These schemes provide for added momentum to development in India by attracting both national and international investors. They are sponsored through a central, state specific, or joint mechanisms and offer investment opportunities through public-private partnerships, procurement contracts and various other modes of development. Policy reforms through investment schemes such as permission of 100% FDI under automatic route in a wide variety of sectors also serve to ease access to the India opportunity. Know more about these schemes, their benefits, and available opportunities.
You can register interest in a project and connect with the project promoter by clicking on the connect button on the NIP project page. Once the connect window pops up, please fill in the respective details. Once confirmed, you will receive an email with the project promoter details on your registered email id.
You can click on the 'Global Search Bar' on the top right corner of the page and search what you are looking for. Alternatively, you can visit the NIP Projects page (https://indiainvestmentgrid.gov.in/opportunities/nip-projects) under the Opportunities section and filter NIP projects on the basis of Sectors, States, Schemes, Project Cost, Requirements, Mode of Implementation, and Project Stage.
National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) projects constitute infrastructure sector projects greater than INR 100 crore. Classification of infra projects under NIP on IIG is primarily based on the sub sectors as per the Harmonized Master List of Infrastructure sub-sectors (August 2018). Non-NIP projects are non-infra projects plus projects which are less than INR 100 Crore, or which were originally not included in NIP listing.
Infrastructure Projects from private players can be classified under NIP projects after approval by respective state government or line ministry.
The projects under NIP are closely monitored by the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), Ministry of Finance. The respective line ministries and implementation agencies are responsible for keeping the projects updated under the guidance of the DEA.
No, IIG is only a project discovery platform. All investment decisions are made outside this platform.
Anyone who fulfills the project requirements decided by the Line Ministries and the Department of Economic Affairs, (DEA) can invest in NIP projects. Each project will have a different process for investment and investors can connect with the IIG team or the promoter directly to find out more details.
Normally, it is challenging for project owners to identify the right financing partners to expand their business. India Investment Grid is a great initiative from Commerce Ministry, Government of India and it's a unique platform for connecting project owners with financing companies such as Sri Global Associates. India Investment Grid maintains an exhaustive list of projects, project owners requiring financing along with details of project and their contact information. This makes it ideal for companies like Sri Global associates to choose viable projects to provide financing solutions.
IIG is a great place for showcasing the opportunities which exist in the states especially in the sectors where investments are envisaged from the big players within India and outside India. It is also a great opportunity to showcase our policies and investment opportunities which are emerging- so, for programs and projects which are being planned, which are under implementation and which we are going to launch in future. All these plans and projects we are uploading on the IIG portal, and we hope to get a very good response!
Participation of US Companies in India's Infrastructure development has always been encouraging. Interest coupled with investment opportunity analysis has moved several notches higher with the launch of India Investment Grid in September-October 2018. Most concerns relating to visibility of status of ongoing projects and of those on the annals have been eased, enabling AMCHAM members to comprehensively evaluate options, plan ahead and accurately forecast both requirements as well as associated investment and participation opportunities.
We have been using India Investment Grid for identifying the right project and the right project partners in India very successfully. We have to say that it has transformed the way we do business in India. The online portal gives us with critical insight on the state wise project opportunities which allow us to make fast decisions and ultimately become more dynamic and competitive in the marketplace.
India Investment Grid (IIG) is an initiative of Department for Promotion of Industry & Internal Trade (DPIIT) Ministry of Commerce, Government of India and Invest India, the National Investment Promotion and Facilitation Agency. IIG is a comprehensive living repository that showcases a broad range of investment opportunities in India, across states and sectors. Aimed at enhancing the Ease of Doing Business in India, the IIG serves as a platform to connect potential investors to project promoters through a dynamic interactive platform. Through IIG, promoters can access a global platform to showcase their projects to investors from around the globe, while investors can search preferred investment opportunities, and connect with the project promoters. Come, invest in India, and become a part of India's growth story!