The Asian Review of Civil Engineering (TARCE)
Spatial Distribution of Urban Infrastructure Development Project under UIG Sub-mission, JnNURM in IndiaAuthor : Doreshor Khwairakpam and Bijoychandra Takhellambam
Volume 4 No.2 July-December 2015 pp 1-6
For the first time in India, government of India had launched Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) on 3rd December, 2005 to improve urban infrastructure facilities and housing for urban poor in 65 cities. This scheme has divided into two missions namely; (1) UIG sub-mission and (2) Basic Service to Urban Poor (BSUP) sub-mission. The UIG sub-mission is covered 11 project sectors such as water supply, water supply, waste water management, storm water and drainage, preservation of water body in urban areas, solid waste management, urban renewal, development of historical areas, urban transport. Identified of 65 cities under JnNURM had implemented different numbers of projects in different sectors of urban infrastructure development. This paper is presenting distribution of UIG projects in 65 cities across country. The research methodology was adopted from secondary data which is available to public domain.
JnNURM, Urban Project, Water Supply, Urban Transport