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Consequent upon the declaration of Paradip as a census town in 1971 and its subsequent growth, the Paradip-Jagatsingpur Regional Improvement Trust (PJRIT) was set up by the Government of Orissa extending provisions of the OTP & IT Act, 1956.

A Master Plan for a proposed civil township was prepared by the Directorate of Town Planning, Orissa covering 42 revenue villages surrounding the census town (now 43, after creation of Chunabelari from Paradipgarh). This Master Plan was finalised in 1987. Thereafter, 77 new villages were included in the Master Plan area in three different phases (Phase 1- 70 nos, Phase 2 – 2 nos and Phase 3 – 5nos).

Subsequently, based on the potential and growth trend of the area, the State Government upgraded the PJRIT to Paradip Development Authority (PDA) in their Notification No. 25950/ HUD, dated the 7th Nov 2005.


Paradip, famous for its seaport in the east coast of India, is located in Jagatsinghpur District of the state of Orissa at a distance of 98 km from Cuttack and 120 km from State Capital Bhubaneswar. It lies in between 860 15' to 860 45' E longitudes and 200 15' to 200 30' N latitudes and is connected with Cuttack city through the State Highway 12 running through Kujang, Tirol, Raghunathpur and Kandarpur.

About Paradip


Paradip is one of the Major Ports of India and late Sri Biju Patnaik, the then Chief Minister of Orissa, is the founder father of Paradip Port. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India, laid the foundation stone of the Port on 3rd January 1962 near the Confluence of river Mahanadi and Bay of Bengal. Government of India took over the management of the Port from the Government of Orissa on 1st June 1965. INS "INVESTIGATOR" had the privilege of maiden berthing in the Port on the 12th March, 1966.