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JNNURM – URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE AND GOVERNANCE: (JNNURM – UIG)

The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) is an initiative by the Government of India to fund identified cities for developing urban infrastructure and services. It is a comprehensive programme for encouraging reforms and fast tracked planned development of identified cities.

Duration of the Mission

The JNNURM was launched on 3rd December 2005. The duration of the Mission is seven years beginning from 2005-2006 to 2011-12 and it has been extended for two more years from 2012-13 to 2013-14.

Transition Phase

The Government of India sanctioned 17 projects for an amount of Rs.867.83 crore.

Mission Statement

The aim is to encourage reforms and fast track planned development of identified cities. Focus is to be on efficiency in urban infrastructure and service delivery mechanisms, community participation, and accountability of ULBs/ Parastatal agencies towards citizens.

Mission Objectives

   To integrated development of infrastructure services.
   To ensure adequate funds to meet deficiencies in urban infrastructure service.
   To plan development of cities.
   To provide basic services to Urban Poor.
   To scale-up delivery of civic amenities, provision of utilities and universal access to Urban Poor.
   To redevelop old cities.
   To secure effective linkages between asset creation and asset management.

Admissible sectors and projects for assistance under JNNURM

1.Urban renewal.
2.Water supply (including desalination plants and sewerage).
3.Solid waste management.
4.Storm water drains.
5.Urban Transport (including roads, highways, expressways, MRTS, and metro projects).
6.Parking spaces on PPP basis.
7.Development of heritage areas.
8.Prevention and rehabilitation of soil erosion and landslides (only for special category States).
9.Preservation of water bodies.

Mission cities in Tamilnadu

The JNNURM guideline has identified three cities Chennai, Madurai and Coimbatore as mission cities in the state of Tamilnadu. The JNNURM mission covers metropolitan cities including local planning area/ metropolitan areas. The details of municipalities and town panchayats covered along with Chennai, Madurai and Coimbatore mission cities are given in the Table 1.

Table 1 : Number of municipalities and town panchayats covered in each mission city

Name of the City
No. of Municipalities covered
No. of Town Panchayats covered
Chennai 16 20
Madurai 4 5
Coimbatore 3 16

Funding Pattern

The funding pattern has been envisaged in the guideline for the mission cities as indicated in Table 2.

Table 2 : Funding pattern for mission cities

CITY
GOI SHARE- GRANT
GTN SHARE- GRANT
ULB/FI SHARE
Chennai 35% 15% 50%
Coimbatore and Madurai 50% 20% 30%
Desalination projects 80% 10% 10%

In order to create Revolving Fund as mandated in the guidelines, TUFIDCO has adopted the following funding pattern to ULB:

Table 3: For CHENNAI

Category
FI/Own fund contribution
Loan without interest
Grant
Town Panchayat 50% 5% 45%
Municipalities 50% 10% 40%
Corporations & other parastatal agencies 50% 15% 35%

Table 4: For MADURAI & COIMBATORE

Category
FI/Own fund contribution
Loan without interest
Grant
Town Panchayat 30% 10% 60%
Municipalities 30% 15% 55%
Corporations & other parastatal agencies 30% 20% 50%

Basic requirement to access fund

The Cities and the Urban Local Bodies including para-statal agencies could access funds under this scheme after fulfilling following requirements

   Preparation of a City Development Plan.
   Preparation of detailed project report for the projects posed for approval.
   Signing of Memorandum of Agreement to implement the reform agenda.

Funds allocation - UIG

The Government of India have allocated Rs.2240.66 crore for the entire mission period of 7 years for Tamilnadu. The ACA commitment for sanctioned projects is Rs. 2126.76 crore.

Status of projects sanction under JNNURM – UIG :

In 2006-2007, Government of India have sanctioned 16 projects for Rs 1001.11 cr. In 2007-2008 Government of India have sanctioned 12 projects for Rs 1367.34 cr. In 2008-2009, Government of India have approved 18 projects for Rs 2585.61 cr. In 2009-10, Government of India have approved 1 project for Rs 180.00 crore. In 2010-11, Government of India have approved 1 project for Rs 116.10 crore The sanction details are in Table 5:

Table 5 : Details of sanction and project cost for mission cities

In 2006-2007, Government of India have sanctioned 16 projects for Rs 1001.11 cr. In 2007-2008 Government of India have sanctioned 12 projects for Rs 1367.34 cr. In 2008-2009, Government of India have approved 18 projects for Rs 2585.61 cr. In 2009-10, Government of India have approved 1 project for Rs 180.00 crore and in 2010-11, Government of India approved 1 project for Rs 116.10 crore. The sanction details are in Table 3

Table 5 : Details of sanction and project cost for mission cities

Year
City
No of projects sanctioned
Project cost (in crore)
2006-2007
Chennai 9 634.91
Madurai 5 155.95
Coimbatore 2 210.25
Total
16
1001.11
2007-2008
Chennai 9 509.06
Madurai 2 481.15
Coimbatore 1 377.13
Total
12
1367.34
2008-2009
Chennai 16 2325.36
Madurai 1 201.42
Coimbatore 1 58.83
Total
18
2585.61
2009-2010
Coimbatore 1 180.00
Total
1
180.00
2010-2011
Chennai 1 116.10
Total
1
116.10
Grand Total
Chennai 35 3585.43
Madurai 8 838.52
Coimbatore 5 826.21
Total
48
5250.16

Funding pattern details

The details of funding pattern of GOI, GoTN and FI/Own fund share for the approved cost are as follows

Table 6 : Funding pattern of GOI, GoTN and FI/Own fund share (`in crore)

Details
No. of Projects
Project Cost
GOI Share
GoTN Share
FI / Own fund Share
Chennai 35 3585.43 1294.40 533.42 1757.61
Madurai 8 838.52 419.26 167.70 251.56
Coimbatore 5 826.21 413.10 165.24 247.86
Total
48
5250.16
2126.76
866.36
2257.03

Sector wise project sanction

The sector wise projects sanction details are given in Table 7below

Table 7: Sectorwise projects sanction details

Sector
Chennai
Madurai
Coimbatore
Total
Water Supply projects 13 5 2 20
Solid Waste Management 2 1 1 4
Underground Sewerage 12 1 1 14
Roads/flyovers 3 0 0 3
Storm water Drains 4 1 1 6
Heritage 1 0 0 1
Total
35
8
5
48

Financial receipt details from Government of India & Government of TamilNadu

Out of Government of India’s allocation of Rs 2126.76 crore, we have received Rs 1828.36 crore for the projects upto March 2015. The Government of Tamil Nadu’s matching share committed for sanctioned project is Rs 866.36 crore. Of which, we have received Rs 830.61 crore upto March 2015..

Physical progress details

Out of 48 approved projects, 25 projects have been completed. Remaining 23 projects are in progress.

Table 8 : Physical progress details

Details
Chennai
Madurai
Coimbatore
Total
Projects sanctioned 35 8 5 48
Completed 17 5 3 25
In progress 18 3 2 23
Total
35
8
5
48

The city wise expenditure details are shown in Table 9

Table 9 City wise expenditure details (Rs in crore )

Details
No. of Projects
Expenditure
Chennai 35 2893.27
Madurai 8 872.72
Coimbatore 5 782.77
Total
48
4548.76