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MIDC History:

Established in 1962 under M.I.D.Act 1961 as the premier industrial infrastructure development agency of Government of Maharashtra.


  1. Set up Industrial Areas for planned and systematic industrial development 
  2. To function as a special planning authority in development of industrial areas
  3. "Prosperity to all through Industrialisation" is the corporate philosophy of MIDC


  1. Built 225 industrial complexes with 1,30,000 acres of land 
  2. Developed specialized parks for different industrial sectors, including IT, BT, Wine (Grape Processing) Park, Silver Zone, Gems and Jewellery, Textiles, Leather, Chemical Industry, Electronics, Food Processing, Floriculture etc. 
  3. Elaborate network of industrial & domestic water supply, total quantity supplied 1285 MLD.

Dombivli MIDC:

Dombivli is a town in India with a population of about 11,93,000 (2001 census). It is the first fully literate town in Maharashtra and the second in India. Dombivli is a small middle class town with a majority population of Hindus. It is located about fifty kilometers from Mumbai. Dombivli came into being as the Gajabandhan Village, and the "Old Dombivli", which forms the West flank, is embraced by the river Ulhas. The East flank has been developed under the jurisdiction of the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation.

The Dombivali industrial area was established by MIDC in 1964. This area comprises of revenue villages like Sagaon-Sonarpada, Asde-Golivali, Gajbandhan-Patharli, and Chole in Kalyan tahasil, Thane district. The area is located on the Kalyan-Shil and Kalyan-Dombivali roads. In this area, industrial plots and sheds, residential and commercial plots are well demarcated and have been developed as Phase-I and II and a residential zone.

Today, Dombivli is well known for rapid industrial growth with major dyes, paints, chemical, and heavy metal factories based in the industrial part of the town. Some of the well known ones are Gharda Chemicals, Vicco Labs, Lloyd Steel, and Deepak Fertilizers. The 1980s saw Dombivli growing into a crowded and saturated city due to industrial development under the plan. Dombivli's approachability by road and rail, and its potential in land and manpower increased tremendously. The industries have been developed in two phases so far, and new plans have been proposed.

With a population of 7,00,000 individuals spread across just 15sq.kms, the density of population of almost 47000/sq km is overwhelming. Still the urban conglomeration of Kalyan-Dombivli with a population of 1.20Million  ranks 21st  in India in demographic terms.

With new infrastructure facilities coming up, the looks of this City are bound to change in a few years.

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