JnNURM Status Report – January, 2014
67 Projects with an investment of Rs. 4624.87 crore have been approved so far. Of this, the Central Government share is Rs. 2003.96 crore and the State Government share is Rs.845.79 crore, against which the Government of India has already released Rs. 1684.84 crore and Government of Karnataka has contributed its share of Rs. 787.11 crore. Against the total releases of Rs. 2471.95 crore, an amount of Rs. 3967.80 core has already been spent (including ULB/IA share). 30 projects have been completed so far
As for sector-wise investment, 50% of approved investment is for Water, Sewerage & Drainage Sector, 1 % for Solid Waste Management, 30 % for Roads and Road related Infrastructure, 1 % for Heritage & Tourism and 18 % is for provision of Basic Services to Urban Poor.
Under Basic Service to Urban Poor Sub-Mission, construction of 28,118 dwelling units, with all the essential services, in 156 slums benefitting about 1, 41,440 dwellers in both Bangalore and Mysore cities have been approved. So far, 22554 DUs have been completed and 3524 DUs are under construction.
JNNURM also mandates implementation of Urban Reforms for which the State has signed a MoA with Government of India. The State has taken necessary steps to implement reforms. Out of 23 State and City Level Reforms, 22 have already been implemented and 1 are under implementation. Besides, 11, out of 12 Urban Transport related Reforms have been implemented as mandated under JnNURM and the rest 1 are under implementation. Timelines have been drawn for various milestones for implementation of these Reforms.
MoUD, GoI, has calibrated the Reforms, implemented under JnNURM and Karnataka Scored (Calibrated) 94% Marks (Overall State Performance) and stands 1st among all the States of the Country.
UPDATED DATED 10/02/2014