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JnNURM

Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission

The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission was launched by GoI on 3rd Dec. 2005, in order to cope with massive problems that have emerged as a result of rapid urban growth for planned development of identified cities with focus on projects of Urban Infrastructure and to draw of a coherent urbanization policy/strategy to implement projects on mission mode. The duration of mission is for a period of seven years beginning from 2005-06 i. e. up to 2011-12. The mission period has been extended up to 31.03.2014 to complete the works sanctioned before 31.03.2012.

The main thrust of strategy of urban renewal envisaged in mission is to ensure improvement in urban governance to make ULBs and parastatals financially sound for which state Government, ULBs and parastatals are required to accept implementation of agenda of reforms at the time of sanction and has to sign MoA with GoI.

The mission has further been categorized under following Sub-Missions.

  • Urban Infrastructure and Governance (UIG)
  • Basic Services to Urban Poor (BSUP)
  • Procurement of Buses.
  • Integrated Housing and Slum Development Program (IHSDP)
  • Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT)

The numbers of cities covered presently under above sub-Missions are:

1. UIG- 2 cities, 2. BSUP- 2 cities, 3. Buses- 2 cities, 4. IHSDP- 58 cities, 5. UIDSSMT- 35 cities

The financing pattern of central assistance for projects sanctioned under JnNURM varies with category of cities. The central assistance for various Sub-Missions for the State of Rajasthan and equivalent State and ULB share is as follows;

Sub - Mission GoI Share GoR Share ULB/Parastatal Share
UIG – BSUP - Buses, JAIPUR 50% 20% 30%
UIG – BSUP - Buses,Ajmer-Pushkar 80% 10% 10%
UIDSSMT 80% 10% 10%
IHSDP 80% 10% 10%

URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE AND GOVERNANCE (UIG)

This is being administered by the Ministry of Urban Development through the Sub-Mission Directorate for Urban Infrastructure and Governance. The main thrust of the Sub-Mission on Urban Infrastructure and Governance is focused on major infrastructure projects relating to water supply including sanitation, sewerage, solid waste management, Road Network, Urban Transport and Redevelopment of Inner (old) city areas with a view to upgrading infrastructure therein, shifting Industrial/commercial establishments to confirming areas.

Two cities of Rajasthan namely Jaipur and Ajmer-Pushkar have been selected as mission cities. City Development plans (CDP) for Jaipur and Ajmer-Pushkar Cities have been prepared and approved by the Govt. of India

13 projects in various sectors like water supply, sewerage, Solid Waste management, Urban renewal, Heritage conservation and urban transport with an investment of Rs. 1227.74 cr., with committed central assistance of Rs. 765.59 cr. have been approved so far. The sector wise break-up of the projects sanctioned are as below:

Approved UIG Project: Sector wise ending Nov. 2012                                                                     (Rs. In crores)

Sector/Mission cities Jaipur Ajmer-Pushkar Total(Jaipur & Ajmer-Pushkar)
No. of projects Amount No. of projects Amount No. of projects Amount
Water Supply - - 2 Amount 2 355.15
Sewerage 2 185.82 1 112.08 3 297.90
Solid Waste Management 1 13.20 - - 1 13.20
Urban Transport 3 479.55 - - 3 479.55
Urban renewal 1 11.60 1 38.42 2 50.02
Heritage conservation 2 31.92 - - 2 31.92
Total-UIG Total 9 722.09 4 505.65 13 1227.74

The details of projects sanctioned under UIG Sub-Mission of JnNURM and their executing agencies are as follows:

S.No. Project Name Agency A&F Sanction Remarks
Date Amt.
JAIPUR
1 BRTS Phase I, Pkg-I, Jaipur JDA 20.7.07 75.19 Completed
2 BRTS Phase-I, Pkg-II, Jaipur JDA 28.12.07 144.00 Work in progress
3 BRTS Phase III-A & III B, jaipur JDA 14.01.09 260.36 Work in progress
4 Sewage System Ph- I, for Jaipur City JDA 8.12.06 74.96 Work in progress
5 Sewerage System Ph- II, for Jaipur City JMC 21.02.07 110.86 Work in progress
6 Revitalization of Walled city Jaipur JMC 21.11.11(Revised) 27.61 Work in progress
7 Solid Waste Management for Jaipur city JMC 8.12.06 13.20 Completed
8 Urban Renewal of Chowkdi Sarhad, Jaipur JMC 25.10.06 11.60 Completed
9 Conservation and Propagation of Panna Meena Baori, Jaipur JMC 28.01.08 4.31 Work in progress
Total, Jaipur 722.09  
AJMER-PUSHKAR
1. Ajmer-Pushkar Bisalpur Transmission Water Supply PHED 6.10.06 188.73 Completed
2. Ajmer-Pushkar drinking water supply transfer & Distribution PHED 28.12.07 166.42 Work in progress
3. Sewerage System of Ajmer-Pushkar UIT 29.08.08 112.08 Work in progress
4. Urban Renewal of Dargah area, Ajmer UIT 8.2.08 38.42 Work in progress
Total Ajmer-Pushkar 505.65  
Grand Total (Jaipur + Ajmer-Pushkar) 1227.74  

The financing pattern of central assistance for projects sanctioned under JnNURM varies with category of cities. The central assistance for various Sub-Missions for the State of Rajasthan and equivalent State and ULB share is as follows;

Sub - Mission GoI Share GoR Share ULB/Parastatal Share
UIG, JAIPUR 50% 20% 30%
UIG, Ajmer-Pushkar 80% 10% 10%

Besides their share Urban Local Bodies are required to bear the cost of tender premium also.

 

Position of Funds

A. Received from Govt. of India Rs. 432.61 Cr.
B. Proportionate State share released by Govt. of Rajasthan Rs. 114.79 Cr.
C. Funds Deposited by ULBs Rs. 369.44 Cr.
D. Expenditure up to December, 2012 Rs. 922.19 Cr.

Basic Services to the Urban Poor (BSUP)

The main thrust of the Sub-Mission on Basic Services to Urban Poor is focused on integrated development of slums through projects for providing shelter, basic services and other related civic amenities with a view to provide utilities to urban poor.

Two cities of Rajasthan namely Jaipur and Ajmer-Pushkar have been selected as mission cities. City Development plans (CDP) for Jaipur and Ajmer-Pushkar Cities have been prepared and approved by the Govt. of India

The details of project cost/ houses proposed to be constructed under above projects are as follows:

                                                                                                           Amount in cr.

S.N Name of project Agency Project cost Houses proposed to be constructed
Re-location In-situ
1. Relocation of 17 slums in Jaipur JDA 94.00 2922  
2. Relocation of 14 slums in Jaipur JDA 87.50 2892  
3. Basic Services for Urban poor for Ajmer-Pushkar UIT JDA 107.71 1900 3095(Ajmer)342(Pushkar)
Total 289.21 7714 3437

The financing pattern of central assistance for projects sanctioned under JnNURM varies with category of cities. The central assistance for various Sub-Missions for the State of Rajasthan and equivalent State and ULB share is as follows;

Sub - Mission GoI Share GoR Share ULB/Parastatal Share
BSUP, JAIPUR 50% 20% 30%
BSUP,Ajmer-Pushkar 80% 10% 10%

Position of Funds

A. Received from Govt. of India Rs. 64.31 Cr.
B. Proportionate State share released by Govt. of Rajasthan Rs. 14.10 Cr.
C. Funds Deposited by ULBs Rs. 14.45 Cr.
D. Expenditure up to December, 2012 Rs. 48.29 Cr.

Procurement of Buses under JnNURM:

2 projects with project cost of Rs. 151.47 Cr. have been sanctioned by Central Government with committed central assistance (GoI share) of Rs. 78.33 Cr. for Mission Cities Jaipur & Ajmer – Pushkar.

Rs. 64.44 Cr. has been received as central assistance till December, 2012. An amount of Rs. 88.51 Cr. has been spent on UIG projects till December’ 2012, against the funds received from GoI and proportionate share of State Government & ULBs. 300 buses have been purchased for Jaipur and 35 buses for Ajmer – Pushkar.

Quality Control & Monitoring by Independent Monitors:

Quality Control & Monitoring of projects costing to Rs. 50 Lac and more being executed by Departments/Organizations under Urban Development Housing & Local Self Government Department by Independant Monitors.

Vide Govt. of Rajasthan, UDH & LSGD order no. 723 dated 22.02.10 a Quality Control & Monitoring Cell has been established in RUIFDCO. The works/projects costing Rs. 50 lacs & above being executed or to be executed by the departments and organization under UDH & LSGD will be inspected by the independent monitors for Quality Control & Monitoring. A panel to Independent Quality Control Monitors has been prepared by RUIFDCO.