Idmst(infrastructure development scheme for small amd medium towns )


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Idmst(infrastructure development scheme for small amd medium towns )

  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Urban infrastructure Development Scheme for Small & Medium Towns aims at improvement in urban infrastructure in towns and cities in a planned manner.  The Centrally-sponsored Scheme of Integrated Development of Small and Medium Towns (IDSMT) was initiated in the Sixth Plan (1979-80) and has continued in the Seventh and Eighth Plans
  3. 3. OBJECTIVES a) Improving infrastructural facilities and helping in the creation of durable public assets in small and medium towns. b) Decentralizing economic growth and employment opportunities and promoting dispersed urbanization. c) Increasing the availability of serviced sites for housing, commercial and industrial uses. d) Integrating spatial and socio-economic planning as envisaged in the Constitution(74th Amendment) Act, 1992. (e) Promoting resource-generating schemes for the
  4. 4. Selection of towns a) IDSMT Scheme will be applicable to towns/cities with population upto 5 lakhs. b) Towns are to be identified and prioritized by the State Governments and Uts according to their Urban Strategy within the framework of Guidelines of the Scheme. c) The IDSMT Scheme will be applicable to only those towns where elections to the local bodies have been held and elected bodies are in position.
  5. 5. COMPONENTS Admissible Components:- i.Urban Renewal i.e redevelopment of inner city areas. ii. Water Supply and sanitation iii. Sewerage and Solid Waste Management iv. Construction and improvement of drains/storm water drains v. Construction/Upgradation of roads, highways/expressways vi. Parking lots/spaces on Public Private Partnership basis vii. Development of heritage areas viii. Prevention & rehabilitation of soil erosion/landslides only in case of Special Category States where such problems are common and ix. Preservation of water bodies
  6. 6. Inadmissible Items a) Power and telecommunication works, b) Rolling stock like buses and trams, c) Health and educational institutions, d) Urban Transport (MRTS, LRTS etc.) e) Wage employment programme and staff component f) Maintenance works
  7. 7. FINANCING PATTERN  The sharing of funds would be in the ratio of 80:10 between Central Government & State Government  10% could be raised by the nodal/implementing agenciesfrom the financial institutions.  The states like North Eastern States; Jammu & Kashmir,sharing of funds would be in the ratio of 90:10 between Central & State Government.
  8. 8. Appraisal and processing The State Government/UTs have to prepare and send detailed project report in the prescribed format to the Town and Country Planning Organization (TCPO) for scrutiny and appraisal. The State Level Sanctioning Committee (SLSC) considers appraisal reports prepared by TCPO and recommends for release of central assistance to the Government of India.
  9. 9. PROBLEMS IN IMPLEMENTATION (i) Availability of land free from encumbrances for the projects under the Scheme and frequent changes of location of the approved components by implementing agencies.. (ii) Non-availability and non-release of matching state share by the State Governments within the specified time . (iii) Local bodies not in a position are inept to avail loan from financial institutions to partly finance the Scheme. (iv) Inadequate capacity of the implementing agencies for execution of the scheme. (v) Non-submission of Utilization Certificates in time by the States.
  10. 10. Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission • The Government of India has launched JNNURM on 3rd December 2005. • The JNNURM aims to encourage cities to initiate steps to bring about improvement in the existing service levels in a financially sustainable manner. • The JNNURM consists of two sub-missions • Urban Infrastructure and Governance • Basic Services to the Urban Poor
  11. 11. The Primary objectives of the JNNURM is to create economically productive, efficient, equitable and responsive cities. In line with this, the Mission focuses on: • Integrated development of infrastructure services • Securing linkages between asset creation and maintenance for long run project sustainability • Accelerating the flow of investment into urban infrastructure services • Planned development of cities including the peri-urban areas, outgrowths, and urban corridors; • Renewal and re-development of inner city areas • Universalisation of urban services so as to ensure their availability to the urban poor.
  12. 12. Eligible Cities of JnNURM 1. Category A : Megacities / UAs – More than 4 million population – 7 cities identified (Bangalore in Karnataka) 2. Category B: Million plus Cities / UAs – between 1 to 4 million population – 28 cities 3. Category C: Cities / UAs with less than one million population – 28 cities (Mysore in Karnataka)
  13. 13.  As of 2012 Gujarat being the only state to have achieved all 10 reforms required by the mission.  Five states have achieved 9 out of 10 reforms: Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Uttar Pradesh.  Public disclosure and community participation laws have initially progressed slowly, with only five states managing to enact them as part of the reform agenda as of 2009.  However, as of 2012 community participation laws have been enacted by 22 out of 31 states, and public disclosure laws were enacted by 27 states.  20 states had decentralized the responsibility for water supply and sanitation from the state level to ULBs, and 19 had done so for city planning functions.
  14. 14. Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana  The Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana or PMGSY is a nationwide plan in India to provide good all- weather road connectivity to unconnected villages.  This Centrally Sponsored Scheme was introduced in 2000 by the then Prime Minister Of India Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.  The programme envisages connecting all habitations with a population of 500 persons and above in the plain areas and 250 persons and above in hill States, the tribal and the desert areas.
  15. 15.  It is under the authority of the Ministry of Rural Development and was begun on 25 December 2000. It is fully funded by the central government.  The goal was to provide roads to all villages 1. with a population of 1000 persons and above by 2003, 2. with a population of 500 persons and above by 2007, 3. in hill states, tribal and desert area villages with a population of 500 persons and above by 2003, and 4. in hill states, tribal and desert area villages with a
  16. 16. According to latest figures made available by the State Governments under a survey to identify Core Network as part of the PMGSY programme, about 1.67 lakh Unconnected Habitations are eligible for coverage under the programme. This involves construction of about 3.71lakh km. of roads for New Connectivity and 3.68 lakh km. under up gradation.