model at Jaipur.
            The state is one of the leading mineral producing states in the country. The state has a
      glorious heritage in the field of mining and is second only to Jharkhand as regards to mineral
      wealth. It is referred to as museum of minerals; having resources of both metallic and non-
      metallic minerals including building stones and also resources of radioactive minerals, lignite,
      petroleum and natural gas. Important minerals with which the name of state is associated are
      non-ferrous metals such as lead-zinc, copper, ferromagnesian metals such as tungsten, a number
      of industrial minerals and different varieties of dimensional and decorative stones. There are 79
      varieties of minerals available out of which 57 are produced commercially. Presently it is the
      sole producer of lead-zinc, wollastonite, calcite and selenite and leading producer of silver,
      gypsum, marble, ochre, ball clay, rock phosphate, cadmium and feldspar in the country.
      Different varieties of marble, granite, sandstone and Kota stone of the state has a large demand
      not only in the country but also world over. With the discovery of oil and natural gas in western
      Rajasthan the state has become the second highest producer of crude oil after Bombay High.
            More than 85 per cent of the country’s potash, lead-zinc, silver and wollastonite resources
      are located in the state. The state possess substantial share of the total resources of potash (94 per
      cent), lead-zinc ore (89 per cent), wollastonite (88 per cent), silver ore (87 per cent), gypsum (82
      per cent), fuller’s earth (74 per cent), diatomite (72 per cent), feldspar (66 per cent), marble (64
      per cent), asbestos (61 per cent), copper ore (50 per cent), calcite (50 per cent), talc-soapstone-
      steatite (49 per cent), granite (42 per cent), ball clay (38 per cent), rock phosphate (30 per cent),
      fluorite (29 per cent), tungsten ore (27 per cent), laterite (26 per cent), gold ore (primary) (23 per
      cent), mica (21 per cent) and china clay (16 per cent).
            The installed power capacity in the state was 15,986.87 MW in which 5,357.35 MW
      produced from state owned projects, 853.44 MW from collaboration projects, 2,803.47 MW
      from the allocation from central power generating stations, 3,916.61 MW from wind, solar and
      biomass projects and 3,056.00 MW from private sector projects.
      Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme
            In first phase Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme was
      initiated in six districts—Banswara, Dungarpur, Jhalawar, Karouli, Sirohi and Udaipur. In
      second phase this scheme was initiated in other six districts Barmer, Chittorgarh, Jaisalmer,
      Jalore, Sawai Madhopur and Tonk. In third phase this scheme was launched in rest of the
      districts of the state.
      Roads: The estimated total length of roads is 2,07,019 km.
      Railways: Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner, Sawai Madhopur, Kota, Bharatpur and Udaipur are main
      railway junctions of the state. Total length of railway line is 5,871.65 km (4801.18 km broad
      gaze, 983.71 km gaze and 86.76 km narrow gaze) in the state.
      Jaipur Metro: Jaipur Metro is a rapid transit system in Jaipur city. In June 2015, it began
      commercial service between Chandpole and Mansarovar. It is India’s sixth metro rail system