Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Smart City Mission (India)

3,671 views

Published on

Smart City Mission is an urban renewal and retrofitting program by the Government of India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision.
In my opinion, this PDF doesn't need too much of a description, the PDF itself is full of information collected from the Authentic Government Site of Smart City Mission http://smartcities.gov.in/

Published in: Government & Nonprofit
  • Be the first to comment

Smart City Mission (India)

  1. 1. SMART CITY MISSION An urban renewal and retrofitting program by the Government of India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision.
  2. 2. INDEX:  INTRODUCTION –  What is Smart City Mission?  Objective.  Smart Solutions.  Convergence with other government schemes.  ABOUT SMART CITIES –  What is Smart City?  Features of Smart City.  Strategies for Smart Cities.  FINANCE –  Financing of Smart Cities.  Funding Criteria.  Financial Support from Government.  SELECTION PROCESS –  Timeline of Selection Process.  Stage 1 of Selection.  Stage 2 of Selection.  Handholding Support.  Parameters for Scoring.  CITY PROFILE (BHOPAL)  Ranking.  Quality of Life.  SWOT Analysis.  City Vision and Goals.  IMPLEMENTATION –  Monitoring :  City Level Monitoring.  State Level Monitoring.  National Level Monitoring.  Special Purpose Vehicle.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  What is Smart City Mission?  Objective of Smart City Mission.  Smart Solutions.  Convergence with other Government Schemes.  Handholding Support.
  4. 4. What is Smart City Mission?  Smart Cities Mission is an urban renewal and retrofitting program by the Government of India with a mission to develop 100 cities all over the country making them citizen friendly and sustainable.  The Union Ministry of Urban Development is responsible for implementing the mission in collaboration with the state governments of the respective cities.  The government of India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a vision of developing 100 smart cities as satellite towns of larger cities and by modernizing the existing mid-sized cities.
  5. 5.  The 100 potential smart cities were nominated by all the states and union territories based on Stage 1 criteria, prepared smart city plans which were evaluated in stage 2 of the competition for prioritizing cities for financing.  In the first round of this stage, 20 top scorers were chosen for financing during 2015-16.  The remaining will be asked to make up the deficiencies identified by the Apex Committee in the Ministry of Urban Development for participation in the next two rounds of competition.  40 cities each will be selected for financing during the next rounds of competition.
  6. 6. OBJECTIVE  To promote cities that provide core infrastructure and give a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment and application of ‘Smart Solutions’.  The focus is on sustainable and inclusive development and the idea is to look at compact areas, create a replicable model which will act like a light house to other aspiring cities.  It is meant to set examples that can be replicated both within and outside the Smart City, catalysing the creation of similar Smart Cities in various regions and parts of the country.  The purpose of the Smart Cities Mission is to drive economic growth and improve the quality of life of people by enabling local area development and harnessing technology, especially technology that leads to Smart outcomes.
  7. 7. Smart Solutions:
  8. 8. Convergence with other government schemes  Comprehensive development occurs in areas by integrating the physical, institutional, social and economic infrastructure.  There is a strong complementarity between the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) and Smart Cities Mission in achieving urban transformation.  Difference in Approaches :  AMRUT - Project-based approach.  Smart Cities Mission - Area-based strategy.  Great benefit can be derived by seeking convergence of other Central & State Government Programs/Schemes with the Smart Cities Mission.  At the planning stage itself, cities must seek convergence in the SCP with AMRUT, Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), National Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY), Digital India, Skill development, etc.
  9. 9. ABOUT SMART CITIES  What is Smart City?  Features of Smart City.  Strategies for Smart Cities.  Challenges for Smart Cities.
  10. 10. What is Smart City?  The conceptualisation of Smart City, varies from city to city and country to country, depending on the level of development, willingness to change and reform, resources and aspirations of the city residents.  In the imagination of any city dweller in India, the picture of a smart city contains a wish list of infrastructure and services that describes his or her level of aspiration.  To provide for the aspirations and needs of the citizens, urban planners ideally aim at developing the entire urban eco-system, which is represented by the four pillars of comprehensive development- institutional, physical, social and economic infrastructure.
  11. 11. Core Infrastructure Elements:  Adequate water supply.  Assured electricity supply.  Sanitation, including solid waste management.  Efficient urban mobility and public transport.  Affordable housing, especially for the poor.  Robust IT connectivity and digitalization.  Good governance, especially e-Governance and citizen participation.  Sustainable Environment.  Safety and security of citizens, particularly women, children and the elderly.  Health and Education.
  12. 12. Features of Smart City:  Promoting mixed land use in area based developments.  Housing and inclusiveness - expand housing opportunities for all.  Creating walkable localities.  Preserving and developing open spaces.  Promoting a variety of transport options.  Making governance citizen-friendly and cost effective.  Giving an identity to the city.  Applying Smart Solutions to infrastructure and services in area-based development.
  13. 13. Strategies: PAN-CITY REDEVELOPMENT •It envisages application of selected Smart Solutions to the existing city-wide infrastructure. •Development in vacant areas using innovative planning, land pooling. GREENFIELD DEVELOPMENT RETROFITTING •Planning in an existing built-up area to achieve smart city objectives. •Replacement of the existing built-up environment.
  14. 14. FINANCE  Financing of Smart Cities.  Funding Criteria.  Financial Support from Government.
  15. 15. Financing of Smart Cities  The Smart City Mission will be operated as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS)  A total of ₹980 billion has been approved by the Indian Cabinet for development of 100 smart cities and rejuvenation of 500 others.  For Smart Cities Mission on an outlay of INR 48,000 crore over 5 years  For the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), a total funding of ₹500 billion has been approved by the Cabinet
  16. 16.  In the 2014 Union budget of India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley allocated ₹70.16 billion for the 100 smart cities  It is estimated that INR 7 lac crore will be required to build smart cities for the next 20 years  The project cost of each Smart City proposal will vary depending upon the level of ambition, model and capacity to execute and repay  A number of State Governments have successfully set up financial intermediaries (such as Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Orissa, Punjab, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar).
  17. 17.  Selected cities will receive Rs 100 crores each year over 5 years  Each potential Smart City will be given an advance of Rs. two crore for preparation of Smart City Proposal  The remaining money has to come from the states, urban bodies and the consortium that they form with corporate entities  Also, 10 per cent of budget allocation will be given to states / union territories as incentive based on achievement of reforms during the previous year
  18. 18. Funding Criteria  Significant funding requirement as development done from scratch  All aspects of development such as power, water, solid waste mgt. need to be addressed  Typically, funds raised through sale of land / commercial / residential space  Focus on leveraging technology solutions to deliver citizen services – water supply, solid waste managment, etc.
  19. 19. Financial Support from Government  Initial investment of INR 5k crore for the selected cities to prepare City Development plan  Allocation of funds provided by center - 60% in infrastructure, 10% for e- governance initiatives and rest will be equity contribution for building townships along with Pvt. Developers  Each state will form a Special Purpose Vehicle for smart city financing. Central Government Allocation -
  20. 20. Viability Gap Funding -  VGF up to 90% reduction in project cost for cities in hilly areas and 40% reduction in project cost for cities on the plains National Investment and Infrastructure fund -  Funding for smart cities to be supported by the INR 20K NIIF fund  NIIF funds will be secured from PSU dividends and Central govt.
  21. 21. SELECTION PROCESS  Challenge in Selection.  Stage 1 of Selection.  Stage 2 of Selection.
  22. 22. Steps for Selection of a City:
  23. 23. Timeline of Selection Process  The process of selection will be done during 15th Dec 2015 and 25 Jan 2016 and will consist of three parts –  Scanning of SCPs (e.g. collating papers, verifying the completeness of SCP, assigning a unique number), by Ministry of Urban Development – 15th Dec to 20 Dec 2015.  Evaluation of SCP by Indian and foreign experts – 20 Dec 2015 to 20 Jan 2016.  Selection by the Apex Committee, Ministry of Urban Development – 20 Jan to 25 Jan 2016.  Round 2 of the Challenge (2016-17) started on 1st April,16 in which 54 cities are participating with their revised proposals which may be submitted by 30th June, 16.
  24. 24. Stage 1: Shortlisting of cities by States  The State/UT begins shortlists the potential smart cities on the basis of conditions precedent and scoring criteria.  It will be a intra-state competition.  The precedent conditions have to be met by the potential cities in order to succeed in the first round of competition.  The highest scoring potential smart cities will be shortlisted and recommended to participate in Stage 2 of the Challenge.  The cities emerging successful in the first round of competition will be sent by the State/UT as the recommended shortlist of smart cities to MoUD.
  25. 25. Number of cities allocated to States (Descending Order) STATE/UT NO. OF CITIES Uttar Pradesh 13 Tamil Nadu 12 Maharashtra 10 Madhya Pradesh 7 Gujarat 6 Karnataka 6 Rajasthan 4 West Bengal 4 Andhra Pradesh 3 Bihar 3 Punjab 3 STATE/UT NO. OF CITIES Chhattisgarh 2 Haryana 2 Odisha 2 Telangana 2 A&N Islands 1 Arunachal Pradesh 1 Assam 1 Chandigarh 1 Daman & Diu 1 Delhi 1 Goa 1 * Other States having 1 city each are : Dadra & Nagar Haveli, HP, J&K, Jharkhand, Kerela, etc.
  26. 26. Stage 2: The Challenge round for selection  In stage 2, each of the potential 100 smart cities prepare their proposals (SCPs) for participation in the ‘City Challenge’.  This is a crucial stage as each city’s Smart City Proposal (SCP) is expected to contain the model chosen (Retrofitting / Redevelopment / Greenfield Development or a mix thereof, and additionally include a Pan-City dimension with Smart Solutions).  An evaluation criteria for the SCPs has been worked out by MoUD based on professional advice and this should act as guidance to the cities for preparing their proposal.  The SCPs will be submitted to MoUD for all these 100 cities by the stipulated date.
  27. 27.  The SCPs will then be evaluated by a Committee involving a panel of national and international experts, organizations and institutions.  The winners of the first round of Challenge will be announced by MoUD.  Thereafter,  Winning Cities : start taking action on making their city smart.  Other Cities : start work on improving their SCPs for consideration in the second round.  Depending on the nature of the SCPs and outcomes of the first round of the Challenge, the MoUD may decide to provide handholding assistance to the potential Smart Cities to upgrade their proposals before starting the second round.
  28. 28. Handholding support  It is realised that the task of preparing the SCPs is quite challenging and States/ULBs will require assistance of experts.  There are two ways of obtaining technical assistance support –  Consulting Firms: The Ministry of Urban Development will technically qualify a panel of consulting firms and the States/UTs are at are at liberty to draw upon this panel.  Handholding Agencies: During the preparation of Smart Cities Mission, a number of foreign Government have offered to provide Technical Assistance (TA) support. These includes World Bank, ADB, JICA, USTDA, AFD, KfW, UN Habitat etc.
  29. 29. Parameters for Scoring:  In the last three years, what efforts have been made by the city to improve liveability, sustainability and economic development?  In the last three years, what have been the changes in Administrative Efficiency due to the use of Information and Communication Technology(ICT)?  Based on the detailed city profiling, what are the strengths and developmental areas of the city?  Based on the SWOT analysis, what should be the strategic focus of the city and the strategic blueprint for its development over next 5- 10 years to make it more liveable and sustainable?  What is the vision of the city while becoming smart city?
  30. 30. SCP OF BHOPAL (IN SHORT)  Quality of Life.  SWOT Analysis:  Strengths.  Weakness.  Opportunities.  Threats.  City Vision and Goals.
  31. 31. RANKING  97 cities competed in the Smart City Challenge, out of which top 20 cities were selected for funding in the financial year 2015-16.  Bhopal secured 20th position in the first round and received the funding for the implementation of the mission.  The ranking of cities was done through a rigorous process of evaluation by a panel of experts.  Panel of Experts consisted of –  World Bank  London School of Economics  National Institute of Urban Affairs, etc.
  32. 32. QUALITY OF LIFE:  Transportation condition in the city :  BRTS is operational  Average travel time is reduced to 21 minutes.  Water availability in the city and reduction in water wastage/ NRW  Bhopal supplies 125 LPCD water. Narmada Phase 2.  BMC has taken adequate steps to address coverage and NRW issues.  Energy availability and reduction of outages in the city  24X7 electricity to all non-agricultural consumers.  No any scheduled power cuts or outages in Bhopal over the last 3 years.
  33. 33. SWOT ANALYSIS:  CITY PROFILE -  Population – 2371061 (Census, 2011)  Municipal Area – 450 km2  Literacy – 85% +  Economy – Economy is driven primarily by cotton, electrical goods, jewellery and chemical industry. Over 1200 MSMEs are currently existent in Bhopal. Tourism is also a thriving industry with several tourist spots such as UNESCO heritage site, lakes etc. open for tourists.  SALIENT FEATURES –  Bhopal is the 14th largest and 3rd greenest city in India.  Ranked 3rd in best governance and administrative practices.  Ranked 27th as least polluted cities amongst 102 cities in Asia.
  34. 34. SWOT ANALYSIS:  STRENGTHS –  Bhopal is strategically placed at the center of India with good rail, road and air connectivity.  Bhopal is home to some of the most renowned institutions of national repute such as MANIT, National Law Academy, School of Planning & Architecture, and IISER.  It houses various institutions and establishments of national importance like BHEL, ISRO’s Master Control Facility etc.  Bhopal is popularly known as the city of lakes with fourteen lakes making it a tourist attraction.  WEAKNESS –  Travel demands are rising rapidly, ultimately leading to congestion.  Lesser employment opportunities, forcing college grads to seek employment outside the city.
  35. 35. SWOT ANALYSIS:  OPPORTUNITIES -  Development of the tourism industry, hotels, travel agencies.  Fresh manpower available from local engineering, medical and management institutions for start-up industries.  Creation of subsidiary health infrastructure in support of AIIMS may transform Bhopal into an important medical center of central India.  THREATS –  There may be a need to improve the quality of education and standard of curriculum to meet the industry demands.  Cleanliness is a major issue and required investment in infrastructure and monitoring.
  36. 36. CITY VISION AND GOALS:  ADVANCING POTENTIAL FOR INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS –  Bhopal has a mature industrial base with Govindpura Industrial Area housing around 1200 Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). The Industrial areas of BHEL, Govindpura and Mandideep collectively accounted for Rs. 7100 crore of exports (last year) which is approximately 36% of the Bhopal's GDP.  To illustrate, Electrical Machinery and Transport equipment together account for the largest investment (Rs. 45.04 cr) employing around 8400 people. Metal based production (Rs. 43.91 cr) is second largest employing around 907 people in the last few years.  TOURISM PROMOTION –  In the last decade, Bhopal has witnessed a splurge in Tourists with the yearly inflow crossing 10.80 lakhs (Domestic & Foreign) which was the highest in Madhya Pradesh. About 98.91% of Tourists visiting Bhopal are domestic. The average expenditure incurred by Domestic and Foreign Tourists per day is Rs. 778 and Rs. 1657 respectively.
  37. 37. IMPLEMENTATION  Monitoring :  City Level Monitoring.  State Level Monitoring.  National Level Monitoring.  Special Purpose Vehicle.
  38. 38. City level monitoring  A Smart City Advisory Forum will be established at the city level for all 100 Smart Cities to advise and enable collaboration among various stakeholders and will include the District Collector, MP, MLA, Mayor, CEO of SPV, local youths, technical experts.  The CEO of the SPV will be the convener of the Smart City Advisory Forum.
  39. 39. State Level Monitoring  There will be a State Level High Powered Steering Committee (HPSC) chaired by the Chief Secretary, which would steer the Mission Programme in its entirety.  The HPSC will have representatives of State Government departments.  There would also be a State Mission Director who will be an officer not below the rank of Secretary to the State Government, nominated by the State Government.
  40. 40. State Level Monitoring key responsibilities of the HPSC->  Provide guidance to the Mission and provide State level platform for exchange of ideas pertaining to development of Smart Cities.  Oversee the process of first stage intra-State competition on the basis of Stage 1 criteria.  Review the SCPs and send to the MoUD for participation in the Challenge.
  41. 41. National Level Monitoring  It will be of two type:  Apex Committee - Apex Committee An Apex Committee (AC), headed by the Secretary, MoUD and comprising representatives of related Ministries and organisations will approve the Proposals for Smart Cities Mission, monitor their progress and release funds.  National Mission Directorate - National Mission Directorate There will be a National Mission Director, not below the rank of Joint Secretary to Government of India and who will be the overall in-charge of all activities related to the Mission.
  42. 42. Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)  The implementation of the Mission at the City level will be done by a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) created for the purpose.  The SPV will plan, appraise, approve, release funds, implement, manage, operate, monitor and evaluate the Smart City development projects.  Each smart city will have a SPV which will be headed by a full time CEO and have nominees of Central Government, State Government and ULB on its Board.  The SPV will be a limited company incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 at the city-level, in which the State/UT and the ULB will be the promoters having 50:50 equity shareholding.
  43. 43. Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) key functions and responsibilities of the SPV  Approve and sanction the projects including their technical appraisal.  Execute the Smart City Proposal with complete operational freedom.  Take measures to comply with the requirements of MoUD with respect to the implementation of the Smart Cities programme.  Mobilize resources within timelines and take measures necessary for the mobilisation of resources.  Approve and act upon the reports of a third party Review and Monitoring Agency.  Overview Capacity Building activities.  Develop and benefit from inter-linkages of academic institutions and organizations.  Ensure timely completion of projects according to set timelines.
  44. 44. Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) key functions and responsibilities of the SPV  Undertake review of activities of the Mission including budget, implementation of projects, and preparation of SCP and co-ordination with other missions / schemes and activities of various ministries.  Monitor and review quality control related matters and act upon issues arising there of.  Incorporate joint ventures and subsidiaries and enter into Public Private Partnerships as may be required for the implementation of the smart cities programme.  Enter into contracts, partnerships and service delivery arrangements as may be required for the implementation of the Smart Cities Mission.  Determine and collect user charges as authorised by the ULB.  Collect taxes, surcharges etc. as authorised by the ULB
  45. 45. THANKYOU 

×