Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM)

  • More than 14.5 lakh houses sanctioned all over the country (14,59,272).
  • 1304 projects of affordable housing and basic amenities to the urban poor with outlay of more than Rs 33,860 crores approved.
  • Additional Central Assistance (Grant) of Rs. 18,500 crores committed (representing more than 100% of the 7-year allocation initially provided for 2005-12)
  • Additional Central Assistance (ACA) of Rs 7192.02 crores released to States/UTs.
  • 63 Mission cities covered under BSUP & 761 cities/towns covered under IHSDP.
  • About 3.81 lakh houses in progress and 1.65 lakh dwelling units completed as against the mid-term target of 5 lakhs units in progress.
  • Progress of 3 key pro-poor reforms (Land reservation for urban poor,      earmarking of municipal budget for the urban poor and implementation of 7-Point Charter for the urban poor and under JNNURM largely on track.
  • Financial support for setting up of 23 Programme Management Unit (PMU) at State level in 23 States/UTs approved.
  • Financial Support for setting up of 101 Project Implementation Units (PIUs) at Urban Local Body (ULB) level approved.
  • An Online JNNURM tracking system as part of Integrated Poverty Monitoring System is developed and is under implementation
  • A framework for Third Party Inspection and Monitoring established and agencies for Third Party Inspection and Monitoring empanelled by Mission Directorate. Detailed guidelines have been issued to States.
  • States have been exhorted to start preparations for social audit of projects under BSUP & IHSDP. All detailed project reports and minutes of BSUP & IHSDP have been put on the website to establish transparency and sharing of information.
  • A Toolkit on comprehensive capacity Building programme has been developed and circulated to all State/UT Governments. Financial assistance is being provided for skill training, capacity building, and City/State urban resource centres.
  • More than 90 capacity building/handholding programmes have been conducted across the country and more than 12,000 State/parastatals/local body officials trained in project formulation, design, implementation and monitoring.

Cumulative Physical Progress (As on 31.10.2009)

BSUP

IHSDP

Total

No of projects approved

462

842

1304

No of States/UTs covered

31

30

No of Cities/Towns covered

63

761

824

No of DUs approved

995183

464089

1459272

No. of DUs on which construction started

293674

88235

381909

No. of DUs completed

122981

42570

165551

Cumulative Financial Progress (As on 31.10.2009)

Commitment & Release (in Crores)

BSUP

IHSDP

Total

Revised Allocation

16356.35

6828.31

23184.66

ACA Commitment

12807.32

5692.08

18499.40

% Commitment

78.30%

83.36%

79.80%

Release

4212.31

3000.87

7213.18

% Release (Release vs Commitment)

32.72%

52.72%

39.00%

Total project cost approved

25342.77

8517.45

33860.22

  • Progress on 3 Pro-Poor Key Reforms under JNNURM (BSUP & IHSDP)
  • Progress of 3 key reforms largely on track
  • Internal earmarking within local body budgets for Basic Services to the Urban Poor:  48 cities have undertaken implementation of this reform
  • Earmarking of at least 20-25% of developed land in all housing projects (both public and private agencies) for EWS/LIG category:
  • 17 States (43 Cities) have issued the policy directives to reserve developed land in public and/or private housing projects
  • Implementation of 7- Point Charter: Provision of 7 Basic Entitlements/Services:
  • This reform is to be implemented in a staggered manner over the Mission Period in convergence with the programmes of other Ministries as this is also an outcome of the Mission.




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