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Title: Company Vision


1
JNNURM Addressing the Challenge of Urban
Infrastructure Development for Administrative
Reforms Commission 21st September
2006 JNNURM Mission Directorate
2
Contents
  • Context for JNNURM
  • About JNNURM
  • Progress So Far
  • The Road Ahead

3
Context for JNNURM
Urban challenge
Urban significance

  • People in slums 40 mill
  • People in abject poverty 20
  • Households without
  • - proper sanitation 40
  • - on premise water access
  • about 51
  • …and more…
  • 2nd largest urban system globally
  • Population 300 mill
  • Towns 5000
  • GDP contribution 50
  • Urban growth gt Pop. growth

Urban challenge
JNNURM .. A response to the challenge - Break
from the past - Integrated approach
Despite high eco. growth, FDI, rising sensex FE
reserves etc.
  • Stressed urban infrastructure
  • Weak municipalities
  • Regulatory issues
  • Financial constraints
  • Limited on ground public participation
  • …and more…

4
JNNURM Key elements
  • PMs initiative NCMP outcome
  • Mission Mode
  • Focus on 63 cities
  • Break from past Integrates Reform agenda city
    infra development strengthening municipalities
    pvt. participation …and more
  • Resource support Rs. 50,000 cr Rs.100,000
    Cr.
  • GoI
    State Govt ULB/Parast.

-Largest ever urban sector initiative in
India - Flagship programme
5
JNNURM Key elements
  • New Process Mechanisms
  • City Development Plan (CDP)
  • Memorandum of Agreement (MoA)
  • Tripartite GoIState GovtULB/Parastatals
  • Improvements being effected
  • Project prioritisation ? conceptualisation ?
    structuring ? appraisal ? implementation ?
    monitoring ? OM
  • Competition and performance as basis for funds
    access

6
JNNURM Key elements
Due Diligence
New Process Mechanisms
Mission Directorate.
CDP
DPR
MoA
JNNURM entities
Specialist Agencies
  • Helps mitigate
  • Political Risks
  • Technical Risks
  • Financial Other risks

7
Specific objectives
  • JNNURM Specific objectives
  • Planned development
  • Integrated development of infrastructure
  • Linkages between asset creation management
  • Ensuring adequate investment of funds
  • Scaling up delivery of services and emphasis on
    universal access
  • Renewal of inner city areas

8
Funding Pattern
  • Grant support for
  • ? Projects
  • ? 5 of Grant available for preparation of
    CDPs and DPRs, capacity building, training,
    workshops and IEC.
  • ? 5 of Grant available for administrative
    expenses

Admissible components
  • Urban Renewal
  • Water Supply (including Desalination)
  • Sewerage Sanitation
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Storm Water Drains
  • Urban Transport
  • Parking spaces (through PPP)
  • Development of heritage areas
  • Preservation of water bodies
  • Prevention rehabilitation of soil erosion
    (selective application)

9
Funding Pattern
For sub-mission on Urban Infrastructure
Governance
4 installments 25 finance with CDPMOA DPR
approval balance based on project MoA
milestones
10
JNNURM Overall Process
11
JNNURM Process Proposals Policy
National Steering Group
Central Sanctioning Monitoring Committee
Central Sanctioning Monitoring Committee
Central Level
Mission Directorate Basic Services to Urban Poor
Mission Directorate Urban Infrastructure
Governance
Policy Directive Flow
Technical Advisory Group
State Level Steering Committee (SLSC)
State Level
State Level Nodal Agency
Funds Flow
Urban Local Body (ULB)
ULB Level
Administrative Section Urban Local Body
12
Reform Agenda
Improve governance
Ensure sustainability
Central Assistance Linked to reforms (Mandatory
Optional)
Improve Service delivery
Improve creditworthiness
13
Reform Agenda Mandatory
ULB
State
  • Double entry accrual based accounting system
  • E-Governance IT/GIS applications
  • Property tax reform
  • using GIS
  • Collection efficiency 85
  • Levy of reasonable user charges
  • Full recovery of OM
  • Internal budget earmarking
  • Basic services for poor
  • Provision of basic services to urban poor….at
    affordable prices
  • Specially, tenancy security
  • Decentralisation as per 74th Constitutional
    Amendment
  • ULCRA Repeal
  • Reform Rent Control Law
  • Enactment- Public Disclosure Law
  • Enactment- Community Participation Law
  • Assigning city planning functions to ULB

14
Reform Agenda Optional
ULBs/ States
  • Bye Laws revision streamline approval process
    for construction
  • Simplify land-use conversion
  • Agriculture to Non-Agriculture use
  • Property Title Certification system in ULBs
  • Earmarking for EWS/LIG 20-25 land in housing
    projects
  • Computerised registration of land property
  • Revision of bye laws for compulsory rain water
    harvesting
  • Re-use of recycled water
  • Administrative reforms
  • Structural reforms
  • Encouraging PPP

Reform commitment under JNNURM for States/ULBs
15
  • Progress so far

16
City Development Plans

17
CDPs
26
17
20
CDP Status across Mission Cities
18
Projects
National level Scenario Funds release
Nos. of DPRs (Rs. Crore)
Total ACA Share committed Rs. 2,018 Crores
(23,701)
(6,171)
(33,896)
(264)
(4,024)
(222)
19
Projects
Sector Scenario (as percentage of Project Value)
DPRs Received
DPRs Approved
20
Projects
State/UT Scenario (as percentage of Project Value)
DPRs Received
DPRs Approved
21
MoAs
Cities/States that have signed MoAs
19
8
22
MoAs
Cities/
States that have not signed MoAs
44
23
  • Road Ahead

24
Road Ahead
Reforms are the key to achieving desired
Mission outcomes
  • Modern and transparent management systems for
    urban sector
  • City wide framework for planning and governance
    in place
  • Financially self sustaining ULBs
  • Transparency and accountability in service
    delivery with equity in urban service access
  • E-Governance application for enhanced efficiency
    in service delivery processes (including reduced
    cost time)

25
Our Goal Financially self-reliant
Economically vibrant Equitable Cities !
26
Thank You
27
Back Up
  • List of JNNURM cities
  • Two track strategy for urban infrastructure
    development
  • Monitoring institutional mechanisms
  • MoA-Comparative assessment for reform
    commitments (for 5 states)

28
Cities Under JNNURM
Hyderabad Ahmedabad Bangalore
Vishakapatnam Vadodara Mysore Vijaywada Surat
Cochin Itanagar Rajkot
Thiruvananthapuram Guwahati Faridabad Bhopal Pa
tna Shimla Jabalpur Bodhgaya Jammu Indore C
handigarh Srinagar Ujjain Raipur Jamshedpur
Greater Mumbai Delhi Dhanbad Nashik Panaji R
anchi Pune

29
Cities Under JNNURM
Nagpur Amritsar Haridwar Nanded Jaipur Luc
know Imphal Ajmer-Pushkar Varanasi Shillong G
angtok Agra Aizwal Chennai Kanpur Kohima M
adurai Meerut Bhubaneshwar Coimbatore
Allahabad Puri Agartala Mathura Pondiche
rry Dehradun Kolkata Ludhiana Nainital Asanso
l
30
About JNNURM
Two track strategy for the urban sector
Track-I
Track-II
JNNURM
UIDSSMT IHSDP
Urban Infrastructure and Governance
Urban Infra. Dev. Scheme for Small Medium Towns
Integrated Housing Slum Dev. Programme
Basic Services for the Urban Poor
Coverage- 63 cities
Cities/UAs with 4 million population
07 Cities with 1 million population
28 State Capitals and other Cities 28
Coverage- all other cities
7 Year Time Frame Rs. 50,000 Cr. GoI Grant Fund
31
Monitoring Institutional Mechanisms
  • State Govt.
  • State Level Steering Committee
  • State Level Nodal Agency
  • Central Govt.
  • National Steering Group
  • Central Sanctioning Monitoring Committee
  • Secretary
  • Mission Director State Coordinators
  • Non Ministry entities
  • Technical Advisory Group (TAG)
  • Empanelled Appraisal Agencies
  • Multi-disciplinary TA team attached with
    Directorate

32
MoA reform commitments
  • 14 MoAs have been negotiated and signed by 5
    states
  • Their details provided here for reference
    purposes

nc-not committed nm-not mentioned
na-not applicable
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