Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission(JNNURM

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Towards better cities ««««««««.

MID TERM PRESENTATION BY ABHINAV SINGH 2010CEX5536

the most ambitious urban program in the history of India ‡ JNNURM is a Government of India initiative aiming at encouraging reforms and fast track planned development of identified cities. 50. with matching contribution by cities/states over next six years (2006-12) ‡ Investment of around Rs.50. 1. envisaged . community participation and accountability of ULBs/parastatal agencies towards Citizens ‡ Total support from GOI is Rs.000 cr.000 cr. ‡ Focus is on efficiency in urban infrastructure and service delivery mechanisms.SALIENT FEATURE OF JNNURM ‡ JNNURM.

Reimbursement cost of CDPs.CPF Fund .Reimbursement cost of DPRs.PIU. PMU and Buses Funds (Rs in Crore).JNNURM AT A GLANCE 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Number of cities covered under JNNURM Number of Memorandum of Agreements (MoAs) signed Number of projects approved (Till 23-Sep-10) Number of States for which projects approved(States/UTs) Number of Cities for which projects approved (Out of 65 cities) Number of completed projects Grand Total of Central Share (ACA) Released Funds For Projects. e-Governance.96 . 68 65 527 30 62 83 12978.

143 57.250 Annual Funds Requirement (Rs.5 .3 8613.20.3 892.9 Cities with over 4 million population Cities with 1-4 million population Selected Cities with less than 1 million population Total 7 28 30* 65* 1.536 17219.URBAN SECTOR INVESTMENT REQUIREMENT Category Number of Cities Investment Requirement (over 7 years starting 2005-06) 57.143 6. crore) 8163.

JNNURM SUB MISSIONS JNNURM Urban Infrastructure and Governance (Ministry of Urban Development) Basic Services to the Urban Poor (Ministry of Urban Employment And Poverty Alleviation) .

Planned development of cities Encourage reforms and fast track planned development 6.Integrated development of infrastructure services 2. Provision of services for the urban poor .Redevelopment of old cities 4.Ensure adequate funds to fulfill deficiencies 3.OBJECTIVES 1. secure effective linkages between asset creation & asset management 5.

COMPONENTS OF JNNURM Admissible Components ‡ Urban Renewal ‡ Water Supply (including Desalination & Sewerage) ‡ Solid Waste Management ‡ Storm Water Drains ‡ Urban Transport ‡ Parking spaces on PPP basis ‡ Development of heritage areas ‡ Prevention & rehabilitation of soil erosion (only in case of Special Category States) ‡ Preservation of water bodies Inadmissible Components ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Power Telecom Health Education Wage employment & staff components UIDSSMT Power and telecommunication work Rolling stock like buses and tram Health and educational institution Urban transport Wage employment and staff component Maintenance works .

FUNDING PATTERN Urban Infrastructure and Governance Funding Pattern Cities with 4 million plus population Cities with million plus but less than 4 million population Cities in North Eastern States and J&K Other Cities Grant Centre 50% 50% Grant State 50% 50% 90% 10% 80% 20% .

LEVEL ‡ Accrual-based double entry system of accounting Introduction of system of e-governance ‡ Reform of property tax with GIS ‡ Levy of reasonable user charges (Full recovery of 100% O&M charges) ‡ Internal earmarking of budgets for basic services to the urban poor ‡ Provision of basic services to urban poor STATE-LEVEL ‡ Enactment of public disclosure law ‡ Implementation of 74th CA ‡ Enactment of community participation law ‡ Assigning or associating elected ULBs with ³city planning function´ ‡ Repeal ULCA and Reform Rent Control Laws .MANDATARY REFORMS CITY.

In Lakhs Sr no.23 418 96 65 9 56 10 1 1 107 763 189 18 17 3 1 3 1 58 290 786711.16 34202.29 9285.04 4246.62 76150.16 40897.99 3003.15 5.19 14408.80 173325.06 1292050.35 144075.10 Parking 0.00 7.41 14.73 278.89 22.31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Water Supply Sewerage Strom Water Drains preservation of Water body Solid Waste Management Urban Renewal/ Heritage Prevention of Soil Erosion Parking Road Total Prevention of Soil Erosion 0. 2010 Rs. of /Projects for Approved Projects Approved which ACA Cost of Approved Cost Released projects for which ACA 1st 2nd Relaesed 1st installme installme installment nt nt 524 161 79 9 70 12 1 1 122 979 1047833.31 1808.1% 319759.94 3003.68 75.74 1516.07 614856.30 90.81 6662. Component Total Total No.41 10031.00 136099.65 111935.80 14265.22 132310.89 0.COMPONENT WISE ACA RELEASED AS ON August.01 1237.00 101282.67 32723.50 524137.84 100.82 14.82 75.96 42008.30 697463.61 1899.8% Urban Renewal/ Heritage 1% Solid Waste Management 2% Strom Water Drains 6% preservation of Water body 0.23 2.48 1993654.52 37.1% Road 8% Sewerage 19% Water Supply 63% Water Supply preservation of Water body Prevention of Soil Erosion Sewerage Solid Waste Management Parking Strom Water Drains Urban Renewal/ Heritage Road .14 60.65 0.36 286228.35 188.52 37.90 188.00 2nd installment 133044.39 143.57 20375.33 0.50 150.80 42317.01 0.80 52349.83 ACA released PC to total approved cost of projects for Total Release which ACA released 452804.

LIST OF FEW CITIES UNDER JNNURM .

LIST OF FEW CITIES UNDER JNNURM .

LIST OF FEW CITIES UNDER JNNURM .

State-wise DPRs received & approved under Integrated Housing & Slum Programme (IHSDP) .

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JNNURM SUB MISSIONS Urban Infrastructure and Governance Basic Services to the Urban Poor Infrastructure Projects ± ± ± ± ± Development of slums ± Providing shelter ± Basic services ± Other related civic amenities Water supply and sanitation Sewerage Solid waste management Urban transport Redevelopment of old city areas BACK .

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