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Bawal is a municipality of Rewari district in the state of Haryana, India. Bawal comes under the National Capital Region (NCR) of India and is strategically located on the National Highway 8, about 14 km from Rewari, 60 km from Gurgaon and about 100 km from Delhi.
Bawal is located at coordinates .
It has an average elevation of 266 metres (872 feet).
There is a big industrial growth centre being developed by HSIIDC in Bawal. Many MNCs like Haco Group, Musashi Auto Parts India, Kansai Nerolac, Asahi India, Atlas, YKK India Pvt. Ltd., Euothern Hema, Keihin, Caparo Maruti, Harley Davidson, Ahresty India along with many Indian companies like Omax, Rico, A.K. Minda Group,N.K MINDA GROUP, Rubyco International, Tenneco Automotive Indai PVt. Ltd. Continental Equipment,Multicolor Steels, have undertaken industrial developments. Recently in March 2010, Paul Swaraj owned Caparo Group inked a JV with Wärtsilä to build a $115 million gas-fired power plant in Bawal. It is expected get completed in Dec 2010 and deliver over 60 MW of power.
Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project
The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project is a State-Sponsored Industrial Development Project of the Government of India. It is an ambitious project aimed at developing an Industrial Zone spanning across six states in India. The project will see major expansion of Infrastructure and Industry – including industrial clusters and rail, road, port, air connectivity – in the states along the route of the Corridor.The ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has received major boost with India and Japan inking an agreement to set up a project development fund.The initial size of the Fund will be Rs 10 billion (about $212 million). Both the Japanese and Indian governments contribute equally.
The corridor would include six mega investment regions of 200 square kilometers each and will run through seven states Delhi, Western Uttar pradesh,Southern Haryana,Eastern Rajasthan,Eastern Gujarat,Western Maharashtra and.Manesar-Bawal is one of the investment regions selected for development in the first phase of ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.More than 60 per cent of Haryana's area comes under the project area of this ambitious DMIC project, which is extended up to 150 km on both sides of the alignment of Delhi-Mumbai Dedicated Freight Corridor. This would open a floodgate of opportunities all along NH-8, NH-2, NH-1 and NH -10 for developing industrial, urban and supporting infrastructure through public-private initiatives,seven Investment Regions and 13 industrial areas have been planned along this Corridor and Manesar-Bawal is one of the investment regions selected for development in the first phase.The Growth Centre Bawal has been evolved as a mega industrial hub and large numbers of multi-national companies have selected Bawal as their manufacturing base.
During last three years, HSIIDC has allotted 78 Industrial plots in Bawal under prestigious category for medium and large scale projects with capital investment of around 1.18 billion USD.
Nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi. Bawal Railway Station is on the Alwar - Rewari line. National Highway 8 passes through Bawal connecting it with the major cities of Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Vadodra, Surat and Mumbai. National Highway 71 connects it with Jalandhar, Nakodar, Barnala, Rohtak and Rewari. The prominent Transporter of this area providing services to the companies here is Speed Transport having its head office at Bawal Chowk(Banipur Chowk).
- C R Vidhya Mandir Senior Secondary School
- Sarwan International School
- Govt. Senior Secondary School
- Govt. Girl S.S School
- Central Public High School
- Maharishi Vidhya Mandir
- C R International School
- Govt. P.G. College Bawal (Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak Haryana
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Govt.S S School(Anandpur)
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- Madhya Pradesh