|Revised Classification applicable w.e.f 1st July 2020|
|Composite Criteria: Investment in Plant & Machinery/equipment and Annual Turnover|
|Manufacturing Enterprises and Enterprises rendering Services||Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment:|
Not more than Rs.1 crore and Annual Turnover ; not more than Rs. 5 crore
|Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment:|
Not more than Rs.10 crore and Annual Turnover ; not more than Rs. 50 crore
|Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment:|
Not more than Rs.50 crore and Annual Turnover ; not more than Rs. 250 crore
1. Ultra-Mega Project
Iconic Project having minimum Fixed Capital Investment of INR 6000 Cr. in A Blocks, INR 4,500 crore in B Blocks, INR 3,000 crore in C Blocks and INR 1,500 crore in D Blocks.
2. Mega Project
Project having minimum Fixed Capital Investment (FCI) of INR 200 crore in B Blocks, FCI of over INR 100 crore in C Blocks and FCI of over INR 75 crore in D Blocks. The project undertaking expansion/ diversification and identified service enterprises with same criteria of investment shall also be treated as Mega Project.
3. [Special Package of incentives for Mega Projects having potential of ancillarization shall be decided by HEPB over and above standard package of incentives on the basis of Cost Benefit Analysis under this policy and sectoral policy i.e. IT & ESDM Policy 2017].
4. Large Enterprise
Investment in Plant and Machinery greater than INR 50 crore and turnover greater than INR 250 crore (over and above the of limit of Medium units defined under the MSMED Act, 2006 or as amended by GoI from time to time).
5. Medium Enterprise
Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment does not exceed INR 50 crore and turnover does not exceed INR 250 crore as amended under the MSMED Act, 2006 or as amended by GoI from time to time.
6. Small Enterprise
Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment does not exceed INR 10 crore and turnover does not exceed INR 50 crore as amended under the MSMED Act, 2006 or as amended by GoI from time to time.
7. Micro Enterprise
Investment in Plant and Machinery or Equipment does not exceed INR 1 crore and turnoverand turnover does not exceed INR 5 crore as amended under the MSMED Act, 2006 or as amended by GoI from time to time.
As defined by Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of Haryana, from time to time and registered with Start-up Haryana.
9. Rural Functional Cluster
Cluster developed by a group of minimum 10 enterprises in rural area within jurisdiction of village panchayat resulting in enhanced economic activity and local employment in ‘B’, ‘C’& ‘D’ category blocks.
10. Essential sectors
Essential Goods and Services are classified as those activities, which are necessary for the survival of citizens, employment generation, business linkages and ancillary industries, have seasonality of commodities (raw material seasonality) and required in dealing with disaster (e.g. pandemic related goods and industries) as defined by the State Government from time to time.
11. Service Enterprise
HealthCare, Tourism (excluding stand-alone hotel facilities), Education (Skills Development, Training-cum-Incubation Centres), IT, Bulk Courier
12. Services, R&D Centres, Testing Labs, Engineering & Design Services, Equipment Rental & Leasing (construction & industry related), Equipment Maintenance & Repair, Environmental Services (sewage/ refuse disposal/ waste management), Entertainment Parks except Cinema Halls, having investment in building and equipment more than INR
13. 10 crore. [Any other service enterprise, as notified by the State Government for inclusion in the list from time to time].
14. Data Centre Unit
A physical facility that enterprises and cloud service providers use to store and manage their business-critical applications and information on a network of IT servers. The facility typically compromises of DC Server Room that has server racks, storage racks and networking equipment, NOC (Network Operation Centre) Room, Centralized Building Management System (BMS room), Help/ Desk area and Testing/ Lab room, Electrical Room (Power Supply Room), Telecom Room, UPS and Battery Room, AHU (Air Handling Units) and Fire Suppression System3.
15. Co-location Facility
A standalone building in which multiple companies share space for storing and running their IT and/or network equipment, akin to a multi- tenant office building; the co-location facility provides the building, cooling, power, bandwidth and physical security while the customer provides servers and other storage equipment, which is used for data management and storage. Space in the facility is often leased by the rack, cabinet, cage or room.
16. Net SGST
Net SGST to be considered for reimbursement means that the eligible unit will be entitled to get reimbursement of SGST amount paid through cash ledger against the output liability of SGST on sale of eligible products. The eligible unit shall first have to utilize all the eligible ITC including eligible ITC of IGST available in its Credit Ledger, against the SGST output liability, before adjusting the SGST amount through Cash Ledger.
Note: These definitions will also be applicable for sectoral policies.