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Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
Karnataka, India : Análisis de los proyectos PPP (marzo 2009)
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  • 1. Review of the TA programme on Mainstreaming PPPs at the State level and Central Infrastructure Ministries Presentation by Arvind Jadhav Principal Secretary Infrastructure Development Department Govt. of Karnataka 23 Mar, 2009 ___________________________________________________
  • 2. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case studies • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas 2
  • 3. Policy and Developments • Formulated First Infrastructure Policy in 1997 21 Mar’ Institution of • New Infrastructure Policy issued in Jul 2007 07 PPP Cell • PPP cell set up in Jun ’07 • Dist Level Committee Set up • GoK Signs MOU with GOI for Tech Assistance PPP Single 18 Jun Window Agency Formed ‘07 PPP Cell Formed • Events – Govt Taking over on 26th May ‘08 16 Jul Infrastructure – Further on resources have been deployed to make ’07 Policy Issued these policy decisions effective Aug Dist Level ’07 Committee Set up 4 Oct GoK signs ’07 MOU with GoI 3
  • 4. State Govt.’s PPP Policy/Legislation • Government of Karnataka (GoK) issued infrastructure policy in 2007 – Review is being initiated • Objective – To provide a fair and transparent policy framework to facilitate and encourage Public Private Partnership (PPP) in upgrading, expanding and developing infrastructure in the State. – Features • Touchstone Principles • Procurement Process • Contractual Structure • Regulatory framework • Incentives and Concessions • Assignment and Mitigation of Risks – Features of New Single Window Policy • Single Window Agency clearance • State high Level Committee clearance • Viability Gap Funding introduced – Swiss Challenge to encourage the initiator and innovator – Covers 10 sectors 4
  • 5. PPP Cell: Origins and Envisaged Role Challenges and Innovative steps • Statutory basis for the formation of • Role of PPP cell defined PPP Cell – Formed through the New Infrastructure Policy ‘07 • Mandate of the PPP Cell – To Mainstream PPP in Infrastructure Sectors • Scope of Activities – Assist Line Departments in all phases of Project Development • Sector Study • Project Identification • Project Development • Transaction Management • Project Implementation • Monitoring Project Operation – Capacity Building and PPP related Training 5
  • 6. Envisaged Role & Scope of PPP Cell-1 PROJECT SECTOR STUDY PROJECT IDENTIFICATION DEVELOPMENT • Undertake Sector • To identify, conceptualize and • To appoint / select Study create a shelf of projects in consultants to develop consultation with the line the projects in Activities Departments consultation with the • To Recommend suitable projects concerned Department for implementation on PPP route. • To assist the respective • To assist different Government Departments in preparing Departments in preparing the pre- the Detailed Project feasibility reports through Reports. consultants. • To interact with the • To develop internal evaluation Government of India and guidelines in consultation with the other funding agencies respective Departments to evaluate for obtaining their and assess the projects whether the support. projects are to be funded by the • To recommend projects State Government, or implemented to Government of India • Identify Sector with Private Sector participation. for grants under Viability Requirement, • Whether to Utilize Existing Asset/ Gap Funding Scheme. Demand, Policy, Create new assets • Develop viable projects Output Regulation, Legal • Technology to be adopted further for private Tariff participation • Create a Shelf of Projects • Project Ready for implementation
  • 7. Envisaged Role & Scope of PPP Cell-2 TRANSACTION PROJECT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION MANAGEMENT OPERATION • To help respective • To inspect, visit, review • To monitor the quality of Activities Departments to and monitor any PPP service delivery conduct the bidding Project under process for selection implementation in the of developers. State. • Measure Customer • Developer on Board • Implement project Satisfaction Output CAPACITY BUILDING, MIS • To act as the nodal agency for capacity building for PPP in the state, conduct/recommend exposure visits and training programmed on PPP. • To develop a MIS to cover project development life cycle 7
  • 8. Enablers for PPP • Project development and MCAs – Review for Non-Metro Airport MCA at Delhi from GoK point of view. – Review of proposed State Support Agreement • Assessment of – Consistency of SEZ policy and industrial policy with Infrastructure policy • Development of Eco system – Empanelment of Transaction Advisors • 5 Members for conducting transaction up to Rs 50 Crore • 4 Members for conducting transaction of Rs 50 -250 Crore – Preparation for Empanelment of Independent Engineer/ Financial Auditor • Development of Database of Developer Contacts for Targeting for Infra Projects including for 10000 KRDCL Roads – Can be used by other State on Request 8
  • 9. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case studies • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas 9
  • 10. Capacity Improvement • Training of Officials – Three training programs conducted at Administrative Training Institute • 80 Officers trained – One More Scheduled for this month in coordination to KSHIP/ ATI • To complete target of 100 for the year • Work Shops – Presentation on PPP at Health Dept Workshop on PPP Initiatives in Heath Sector – Contribution to Workshop on PPP Initiatives in North Karnataka by Belgaum Division – Participated in Work shop on PPP framework for Road Sector at LBSNAA • Info Dissemination – In Industry forums- 4 – Visiting foreign Delegations – 3 Occasions 10
  • 11. Guidelines Development • Guidelines for Use of Transaction Panel in Karnataka – Based on central guideline and additional panel of Karnataka • Formats issued for – project identification, – Single Window Agency approval • Procedure on Formulation, Appraisal of PPP projects for the state (Working Draft) • Procedure for Swiss Challenge (Proposed) 11
  • 12. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case studies • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas 12
  • 13. Distribution- Sector Wise Value (Rs Sector Nos Cr) Distribution of Projects Sector wise in Nos Transport 183 84333 200 183 180 Urban and Municipal Infrastructure 17 42489 160 140 Tourism 16 1621 120 100 Energy 4 14504 80 60 Industrial Infrastructure 2 9522 40 17 16 20 4 2 2 1 1 Other 2 50 0 Nos Agri-Infrastructure 1 NA Healthcare 1 NA Total 226 152519 • Of the 226 no of projects of value Rs 152519 Cr, Distribution of Projects Sector wise in Value (Rs Cr) 90000 84333 – transportation is leading the way 80000 with 183 projects of value Rs 70000 60000 84333 Cr 50000 42489 40000 – followed by Urban and Municipal 30000 20000 14504 Infrastructure with 17 projects with 10000 1621 9522 50 0 0 Value 42489 Crores. 0 • Other Key sectors are Energy and Industrial infrastructure • Many of the projects have come in Physical infrastructure • In the next phase the focus will also be on social infrastructure-Education and 13 Health, Consumer Infra- Tourism
  • 14. Distribution- Sub-Sector Wise • Projects are Distribution of Projects Sub Sector Wise in Nos Spread over 23 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Subsectors Road Transport - terminal 62 103 • With 30 Project Hotels/ Resorts M SW 9 8 Proponents Airport Rail 6 6 – Handling 1 to Commercial Development Entertainment 4 4 63 projects Power Port 4 3 – Each project Information Technology Township Development 2 2 Nos of value Water Supply & Sewerage 2 Others 2 ranging from Agruculture and holticure markets 1 few crores to Bio-technology Common User facilities 1 1 40000 crores Cultural Centres M RTS 1 1 Theme Park 1 Health Infrasruture and facility 1 Urban Infrastructure 1 Warehousing infrastructure 1 14
  • 15. PPP Projects at different Stages Stage Nos Value (Rs. in Cr.) • Progress In Nov ‘08 Identification 86 19971.32 – 65% in Identification Development 10 9464.50 Bidding 103 75562.23 – 17% under Bidding Phase Construction 21 44197.88 • Progress In Mar‘09 Operation 6 3322.78 – 38 % in Identification Total 226 152518.71 – 45% under Bidding Phase • Largely possible due to – The launch of 52 packages of 10000 kM core road network development through out the state – Speeding up of project clearances etc 15
  • 16. Initiatives for Project (Pipeline) Development -1 • Identification- Through Ranking Study – 20 Sector Prefeasibility Studies Initiated • Impact: 20 Studies Estimated to generate 50-70 Projects – Another 26 List of studies Drawn up • Project Preparation – Developing programs than projects – Coordination on several projects till bidding commences • Coordination for SH 132 Bidding • Documentation for NH 206 • Drawing up Plan for 10000 KM road Network (Underway) • Administrative Action – PPP Compilation Shared – Administrative action on 75 cases/ files (Conservative Estimate) related to PPP Projects – Operationalising the Cell activities • Project Structuring – Review of the Bellary Bypass Concession Agreement vis-à-vis the Model Concession Agreement. 16
  • 17. Project Prefeasibility SL. No. Name of the Projects 1 River Front Development in Karnataka Development of Intermodel Transit Hubs at Belgaum, Hubli-Dharwad, Mysore, Bangalore 2 (Dabaspet), Bellary and other places Development of Honnavar Port to meet Iron Ore & steel sector needs to import coal etc (The 7 requirement need to be reviewed given that Haldipur port is being proposed on swiss challenge) 8 Tumkur Solid Waste Management Feasibility Study for Car Parking (including busses and passenger amenities) at Brundavan gardens 9 in Mysore 12 Development of Modern Foot Over Bridges on PPP format for each City in Karnataka Development of Multi-level Car Parking Plazas in major Cities of Karnataka, viz: Bangalore, 13 Belgaum, Hubli-Dharwad & Mangalore Water Supply, Sanitation & Solid waste Management as a single package for each city for Top 10 14 CMCs in Karnataka 21 Development of Agri-market and Logistics Hubs across the state 25 Development of urban entertainment centers in Major Cities of Karnataka 26 Development of Lake Conservation Projects 30 Development of Education Infrastructure across the state 31 Development of Health Infrastructure across the state 44 Rejuvenation of Urban Zones (Peta Area) 45 Eco-tourism feasibility at different places in Karnataka 46 River Development: Mangala Corniche 17
  • 18. Project (Pipeline) Development -2 • Project funding Support – IIPDF Applications and follow up • To DEA on 12 Projects development Funding- Only 1 approved due to technical reasons – Viability Gap Funding (VGF) • For 3 projects, VGF funding of Rs 120 Crore received for 3 Road Projects • Project Clearance – Conducting Fourth Single Window Agency – Conducting Fifth Single Window Agency • Fifth SWA doubled the no of projects cleared • Project Evaluation – Review of Bijapur Tender Evaluation • Selection of TA – Selection of Transaction advisors for Projects-4 Nos – Selection of Transaction advisors for projects-3 Nos (underway) 18
  • 19. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case studies • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas 19
  • 20. Management systems • Basic Database • Website Design – Through Excel Sheet put in place – Design Completed by MIS • Work plan drawn up for IT enablement Expert • – Reviewed by PPP Expert Analysis of requirement – Internally Discussed – Centralized Project/program management System – Vendor identified – Flexible Planning System • To be completed in one month – Issue & Change Management – Document Management – Resource Management – Cost Management – Work Collaboration – Early Warning Indicators – Reporting – Real-time Information access • Discussion with Vendors initiated • To proceed RFQ shortly 20
  • 21. Project List and Case Studies • Project List has grown Month No of Project Total No of Tech Events steadily from 39 in Jun’08 Personnel to 226 in Mar’08 Feb’08 NA 1 • Director in place – With the resources joining • MIS Expert Joins Jun’08 39 2 • Govt Taking Charge after • MIS expert- Mar Governor’s rule • PPP Expert- Jun • PPP Expert Joins • Further Deputation of 4 Sep’08 ~100 3 • Current Nodal officer Engineers- Nov-Feb takes charge – Govt Taking Over – Jun 08 • 2nd director takes charge • – Guidance of Nodal Officer Nov’08 127 4 MIS Expert withdrawn by parent organisation – Putting enablers in place • 2 Engineers join – Times lines of Feb’09 168 5 • Junior Programmer joins procurement being Mar’09 226 7 • 3rd Director takes charge updated currently to be • 2 Engineers join completed by 31 Mar’09 – Verified Nos to be available shortly 21
  • 22. Project List Sno Name of the Project Approx. Cost 1. Project INR 522 Cr. 2. near BIAL (new airport) INR 9000 Cr 3. Mega Convention Hall (near Devenhalli, BIAL) INR 540 Cr. 4. Tourism - Dev. of Hotels, Theme park, INR 400 Cr. restaurant, organised retail etc. 5. Airports (Bijapur, , Shimoga, Hassan) INR 800 Cr. 6.  Express Rail Link to BIAL INR 3716 Cr 7. Minor Ports - Dev. of Ports (Malpe, Honaver) INR 2450 Cr. 8. Roads - Construction of around INR 5000 Cr. 9. Roads - Construction of STRR and ITRR in INR 5250 Cr. Bang. Metropolitan Region 10. Roads – NHAI projects in the State INR 11873 Cr. 11. Transport - Commercial development of Bus INR 2000 Cr. stands and KSRTC properties 12. Township - Township Development at Bidadi INR 40000 Cr. (By DLF)  13. Bus and Transit Terminal facilities with INR 10016.03 Cr. commercial development by BMTC 14. Energy - Coal based power plants INR 5000 Cr. Each (3 nos.) 22
  • 23. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case Information • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas 23
  • 24. Flagship Program- 10000 KM Core Roads • Honourable Chief Minister of Karnataka has KAR NATAKA S TATE HIGHWAYS IM PROVE M ENT PROJE CT KARN ATAKA S TATE KS H IP - II & KR D C L RO AD S H U L S O OR launched MRDPK on 28th January 2009 MH BO R DE R 2E 2B 4A NH-9 S4 A .P B O RD E R HO M N AB AD NH -9 18 -2 H 4B N M AHAG AON NH-13 4C E4 S6 MH • BO R DE R E6 Development of 66,000 km of Roads of Core             6A 6B C H OWD APU R 6C JEVARGI M H B OR D ER SINDGI 8 -21 M AN G S ULI NH Road Infrastructure Development IC HALK ARAN JI ATHANI TIKO TA (M H B O RD E R) 14B MAN AGU LI SHAHPUR B OR GAO N KUD AC HI LEGEND : NH HATTIGUDUR 1 5B 10B TE R AD AL -4 1 6A 17A SHORAPUR AN K AL I TALI KO TA NH-4 15A E XA MB A C H IK KO D I 10A MAH ALIN GAP UR 12B D E VAP UR BHAT N AGU R 17 B N IP PA N I THIN THIN I 19D MU D HO L BILGI 19C KAB B UR 19 B 13A 19 A S AN K E S H WAR HUKKERI GH ATAP RAB HA RS K U D AL A 13B 21G S AN G A MA L O KAP U R 12A KALM ALA – Phase I – 10,000 kms – 52 Packages LINGASUGUR NH-4 GOKAK KAVITAL 21 D HU N GU N D M UD AG AL 8 -21 21E 2 1F NH Y ARAG ATT I MANVI 3 1A NH -1 22 A 3 22 B 21C B A D AMI 20C P ATTA D AKA L B AG E WAD I 2A 20 D H ULIK ATTI G AJE N D RA S IN D H AN UR NH-4A 20 A N AR GU N D G AD H RON KUS TAGI TAVA RAG E RE D HA DE S UGU R 26 A 3 2A KHAN AP UR 2 0B AP B O R D ER B E LAV AN AK I 25A KAN AK AGE R I S IR UG UP P A N H S HE LAV AD I -4 (G O A B O RD E R) 31 B TE KKAL AKO TE 21 B N AV ALG UN D KO TU MAC HAG I – Phase II – 40,000 kms G AN G AW ATI RAM AN AG AR 27A 3 3B BU D UG U M P A NH- KAM P LI -4A AL NA VAR NH-63 63 33A NH 2 7B HU B LI HALI YAL 31C NH SUPA 21 A -63 H OS P ET KALGHATAGI KUD THI N I NH-63 SHIGGAON HAGARI BOMMANA HALLI TAD AS N M ARI YAMM AN A H-1 27C H ALL I 7 KU MB ARA WAD A S AD AS HI VA G ARH KUD LIGI 3 2 7D -6 KARWAR NH KOTT URU NH-13 YELLAPUR – Phase III – 16,000 kms HAR P AN AHALL I ITT AG I ANKOLA N H-4 BYADG I RANIB ENNUR M O LKALN URU B AN AV AS I HALAGE RI 39 A HARIHAR KUMTA AN AV ATTI M 7B SIDDAPUR HONNAVA R 206 S HIK ARI P UR CHALLAKERE NH- M AVIN G U N DI H ON N ALL I JOG F ALLS A.P B OR DE R 42A • SAGARA 12600 Km village roads also given to the NH 6 4H -20 6 ANANDAPURA NH-17 M 7A NH-13 AYAN UR A .P B O RD E R HIRIYUR 64G BH AD RAV ATI 3 N 42B A.P B O RD E R -1 H H -7 N BAGEPALLI S IRA TIRTHAHALLI TARIKERE developer 6 5B G UD IB AN D E KUNDAPURA N AR AS IM HARAJA PU R A BIR UR 6 5A 64F H ULIYAR 65C NH-7 KADUR A P B O RD E R NH KOPPA 65 D 67C -4 63E NH-1 N H -2 06 7 SRINGERI 51 A CHIKANAYAKANH ALLI C H IKB ALL AP UR 64 E HO RAN AD U KIBBAN AHAL LI 6 GU B BI DODDABALLAPURA 65 E G AN GAM ULA ARASIKERE NH-20 6 7B M1A 7 DEVANAHAL LI 65F 4 8A 49A -20 K ARK ALA NH 67A NH-4 TIP TUR BE LU R D O BB AS P E T 6 5G 63D KUD UR EM UKH TURUVEKERE 5 7A NH-4 P AD UB ID RI 64 D NELAMANGA LA M ULA BAG AL 49 B KOTT IG E HARA M 4A AP BO R D ER NH H O S KO TE • M 1B -48 -4 The 10,000 km length proposed are having NH B.NORTH JAN AP URA YE D IYUR KU N IG AL 64C ALUR NH-4 8 3 -1 M 1C NELLIGERE NH S AK ALE S H PU R A M 3A C HAN N ARAY AP ATN A 63C B AN TWAL 57B 64B M4 B N AG AM AN GALA NH-48 NH 54A H .D URG A B.SOUTH -20 M 1D HO LE N ARAS IP URA CHINYA N K O D L IPE T H-7 PUTTUR M 5A 7 M 5B KO WD LE Y M 2A M 5C RAM AN AG ARA 54B 6 3B M5 D NH-17 MA AGALU C HAN N AP ATN A S UB RAMAN YA R A MA N ATH A 57C K O N A N U RU P UR A S AL IG RA MA M AD D UR SULYA B E R YA M 2B 10,000 PCU and above. Negative grants 63A KAN AK APU R A 53C 9 20 54C KIR AN G UR 59C NH- 55A 6 2B 64A KR N AG ARA K ATTE M ALA L MALAV ALL I VA AD I 6 2A T.N B O RD E R P IR IYAP ATN A B AN N UR 55 B H UN S UR 5 9B 53B NH-21 2 T. N AR AS IP URA 5 9A M 6A 55 C M6B N AN JAN A GU D KOLLE G ALA 53A NH-212 60A YELANDUR HAN UR M M HI LLS KE R ALA B OR D ER H E G GA D AD E VAN AKO TE M6C expected. Cost 32500 Crore N H21 2 T.N B OR D E R 55 D MANATHAVADI GUNDLUPET NH -209 212 NH- A 67 NH- • Action is being initiated for the formulation of Karnataka Road Sector Policy 2009 comprising of – Karnataka Road Fund – Tolling Policy • New Concepts – Use of Satellite imagery 24
  • 25. Image Fusion FCC of Rural area in Northern Karnataka Image fusion of LISS 4 and CARTO1 PAN with improved spatial and spectral discriminatio n. Processed at RRSSC-B
  • 26. Flagship Program- 10000 KM Core Roads – New Concepts • State Highways Authority to have development and planning rights over a length of 1 km on each side for 2L carriageway, 2 kms on each side for 4L carriageway and 3 km on each side for 6L carriageway • The first rights of development should be given to the developer at the rate of one acre for every 5 kms to provide for way side amenities • A corpus fund of Rs.500 Cr. provided to KRDCL is being proposed • Multilateral Agencies will be tapped for funding- options to be availed by developer • Banks being roped in to fund • KRDCL will work as a partner with a concessionaire for 66,000 km Core Road Network. • KPWD, KRDCL, IDD will provide all necessary support for implementation of project. • Status – RFP MCA- Issued – 1st prebid conducted 28th Feb 09 • Large bidder interest seen – 2nd Prebid scheduled shortly – Bid Submission April 17 ‘09 26
  • 27. Selected Sectors- Aero • PPP Projects - Airports – 1 Major Airport operational (BIAL) – 4 Minor airports under PPP modality • 3 Awarded (Shimoga and Gulbarga to Maytas, Hassan to Jupitor Aviation) • Bijapur: Project to be awarded shortly • Bellary: In Principle approval – Total Project Cost of 3300 Cr (USD 0.75 Bn) • PPP envisaged for Bellary Airport • Up-gradation of Airport at Hubli, Mangalore, Belgaum and Mysore. • To allow Bidar Airforce airport for civilian use • Karwar Airport to be taken up for Extension • 11 Airstrips proposed in the state – 5 under implementation – District Admn. on land identification for rest 6 – Agency identified for Transaction Advisory services • 22 Helipads approved for encouraging Tourism 27
  • 28. PPP Projects in Selected Sectors • PPP Projects - Tourism – No of Projects – 16 Nos of – Value Rs 2126 Crs – For theme park, cultural centre, Entertainment (Golf Course, Aquamarine Park, Tourist Train, Facilities) projects • PPP Projects - Heritage Projects – No of Projects – 39 Nos Identified • Era, Empire, personality Visits etc – Prefeasibility Study underway (INTACH Invited) • To specify Minimum Development Obligation • Important aspects that need to be built into the CA 28
  • 29. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case studies • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas 29
  • 30. Strategy for FY 10 (First Half) • 7 strategic actions – Formation of PPP cell as a society with Resources and Funding mechanism – Setting up ATI as regional Hub for PPP training – Implementation of MIS to monitor and control programs – Program Approach to PPP Development – Further Development of Eco System – Knowledge Management – Development of Case Studies/ Case Templates 30
  • 31. PPP cell as a society with Resources and Funding mechanism 1. Institution Formation of PPP cell as a society to be registered Building under the societies act. - Need and • As the state nodal agency, a stronger and flexible Benefit cell improves the sustainability of the PPP program in the state - Broad • Registration of society, Building up of Organisation strategy structure, Staffing and logistics, funding mechanism, with clear objectives, functions, mandate - Work Plan • To be set up in Six months -Implement • Government order to Go ahead ation • Govt Order on Funding Mechanism etc - • Guidance of IDD Principal Secy with PPP Expert Responsibil Assistance ity Matrix • Central / ADB assistance to solicited for the State Infrastructure Development fund 31
  • 32. ATI as regional Hub for PPP training 2. Capacity Building Setting up ATI as regional Hub for PPP training - Need and • Requirement to train nearly 500 officers in the Benefit state for Capacity Building - Broad • Development of Curriculum, strategy • Course Material for 3 day, 2 day, 1 Day program • Selection of PPP Faculty (Industry) • Train the Trainer Program • Funding Mechanism - Work • To be set up in Three months Plan -Implement • Drawing up detailed plan with ATI for having one ation program every month for first 6 months (for Karnataka only) • Drawing up detailed plan for other states - • GoK (PPP cell in IDD) with Central/ ADB/ World Responsibi Bank Assistance lity Matrix • 30 Days required of other PPP experts(volunteers) in the Region 32
  • 33. Develop and Implement MIS 3. MIS Implementation of MIS to monitor and control programs - Need and • Rs 150000 Crore investments are already in the pipeline, 5% cost escalation would cost the state 7500 Crore Benefit • To oversee planning, co-ordination and monitoring the implementation of on-going / proposed mega infrastructure projects - Broad • Centralized Program management System for Monitoring and control, knowledge management, Early Warning strategy Indicators • Distributed Project management System for Planning, Issue & Change Management, Contract Management, Document Management, Resource Management, Cost Management, Work Collaboration • Reporting to Various Levels through Dash board and MIS for all levels of Projects managers upto Head of State - Work Plan • To be set up in Three months -Implementati • Issue of RFQ on plan • Selection of Technology • Selection of Implementation Consultant • Drawing up off User Specification • Selection of Vendor - Responsibility • GoK with DEA/ ADB Assistance as this will have a impact on PPP projects in the country Matrix • 60 days of other state MIS consultant required 33
  • 34. Program Approach to PPP Development 4. Program Approach to PPP Development Develop Multiple programs in all Sectors with State wide impact - Need and • The infrastructure requirement for the State is huge to make a Benefit difference to GDP. - Broad • Program level approach to Prefeasibility, Transaction, strategy Implementation and Operation • Program level Best practices/ KPI - Work Plan • To be set up in two months (Already started) -Implementatio • Prefeasibility Study involving Multiple Places n plan • Appointment of Program managers • Launch of at least 3 program level PPP projects in the state • Packaging of projects with more than one impact city/place • 10000 Km road network launched with 52 packages (Already in Bidding Phase) - Responsibility • GoK (PPP cell in IDD) Matrix • 60 days of other state PPP consultant(volunteers) required 34
  • 35. Further Development of Eco System 5. Development of Eco Empanelment of Independent Engineers and Financial/ Risk System Auditors - Need and • As the projects go into construction phase monitoring, financial Benefit auditing and risk analysis would reduce project risks - Broad • Selection of Panel for IE for each sector and Financial/ Risk strategy Auditors through RFQ • Can be for a central panel - Work Plan • To be set up in three months (Initial work Started) -Implementatio • Option I: Through Appointment of Consultant (If it is a central n plan panel) with Karnataka and other state PPP Expert assistance • Option II: Internally if only for Karnataka Responsibility • GoK (PPP cell in IDD) / Central Assistance Matrix • 30 days of other state PPP consultant(volunteers) required 35
  • 36. Knowledge Management 6. Knowledge Conducting Work Shop in Transport Sector/ Regional Management Airports - Need and • Information dissemination Benefit • Learning for the State • Incorporation of learning for future state/ central- programs/ projects - Broad • Conduct 1 Day Workshop in Karnataka with Experts strategy drawn from all across the country/ internationally - Work Plan • To be Conducted in four months -Implement • Program Schedule ation plan • Signing of Experts • Venue Booking • Others - • GoK (PPP cell in IDD) with Central/ADB Assistance Responsibil for signing up Speakers ity Matrix 36
  • 37. Development of Case Studies/ Case Templates 7. Case Development of Case Studies/ Case Templates Studies - Need and • Case Studies for Training purpose Benefit • Case Templates for Financial modeling, VFM analysis and Public Sector Comparator - Broad • Undertake development through 4 Summer trainees strategy (Cost of 2 Lacs) - Work Plan • To be developed in 3 months -Implementa • Identify cases tion plan • Recruit Summer Trainees • Deliver Work Products (6 Case Studies, 4 Financial Models) - • PPP Expert with Assistance of Summer Trainees Responsibili ty Matrix • Funding for Summer Trainees 37
  • 38. Content • Assessment of Work undertaken – PPP Policy Assessment and Development work – Capacity Improvement – Guidelines Development – Project (Pipeline) Development – Management Systems – Project lists – Case studies • Strategy for FY 10 – On all above areas • Challenges and Issues 38
  • 39. Challenges and Issues • Funding – Special funding for program based PPPs – Karnataka Infra Devp Fund • Project Development • Skilled Resources 39
  • 40. Thank You Mr Arvind Jadhav Principal Secretary, IDD Govt of Karnataka Room No 8, Vikasa Soudha, Dr Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore- 560001, Karnataka Phone 080-22035085 Email: prs-infra@Karnataka.gov.in arvindj@nic.in Rabi Sahoo Asian Development Bank PPP Expert, Karnataka Room No 28, Vikasa Soudha, Dr Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore- 560001, Karnataka Phone 080-22034070 Fax 080-22034078 Email: rsahoo@adb.org rabindrasahoo@gmail.com 40

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