BBMP-JNNURM

Jawaharalal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission

Bangalore's phenomenal growth in recent years has brought in its wake a large number of challenges in the area of infrastructure. The civic administration is under great pressure to step up the pace of infrastructure of Bangalore. The challenge is also to do this with a combination of innovation, economy and efficiency.

Government of India has extended a helping hand to the urban local bodies through Jawaharalal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM). The JNNURM aims to encourage cities to initiate steps to bring about improvements in the existing service levels in a financially sustainable manner. The primary objective of the JNNURM is to create economically productive, efficient, equitable and responsive city. The JNNURM consist of two submission

· Urban Infrastructure and Governance (UIG)

· Basic Services to the Urban Poor (BSUP)

Bangalore is one of the 65 cities selected under the JNNURM. Bangalore is under Category ‘A' along with other mega cities and the pattern of funding under the two submissions under the JNNURM is as given below.

 

GoI Share

GoK Share

BBMP Share

Beneficiaries Share

UIG

35%

15%

50%

Nil

BSUP

50%

40%

Nil

10%

 

JNNURM approved projects of BBMP

a) Sub mission for Urban Infrastructure and Governance (UIG)

Sector

No. of DPRs

Amount (In Crore)

Storm Water Drain (SWD)

04

925.38

Road & Road related

10

273.34

Total

14

1198.72

b) Sub mission for Basic Services to the Urban Poor (BSUP)

Sector

No. of DPRs

Amount (in Crore)

BSUP

03

60.61

Urban Infrastructure and Governance

Basic Services for Urban Poor

City Development Plan(CDP)