- Veröffentlicht: 02. Juli 2021
Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) will hold an online event on Friday from the launch of three innovative city missions: Smart City Mission (SCM), AMRUT and Pradan Mantriawas. To commemorate the 6th year, Yojana-Urban (PMAY-U) was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 25, 2015.
According to the ministry’s official announcement, the three plans are part of a visionary agenda for urban revitalization and designed as part of a multi-layered strategy to meet the aspirations of 40% of India’s urban population. it was done.
The focus on the urban sector over the last six years can be measured by injecting an overall investment in the adjustment of Rs12 Laccrore compared to Rs. 15,000 rupees from 2004 to 2014. Projects undertaken under these three missions have begun to make tangible changes in the lives of Indian urban dwellers.
The mission not only led to the development of urban infrastructure, whether it was better water supply, sanitation and housing for everyone, but also the use of data, technology and innovation in the planning and management of our cities. Pioneered. These missions played an important role during the COVID-19 pandemic and brought success to the lives of those who faced the whims of the pandemic.
The commemorative event will focus on some of the key initiatives undertaken by MoHUA. The event will be organized by Hardeep S Puri, Minister of State (independent) and Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. Durga Shanker Mishra, Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs, invited all major city officials from the central and state governments to the event. This includes, among other things, State / UT Chief Secretary, City Mayor, Smart City MD / CEO, and State. Levelnode Agency / Mission Director and its officials and team members, professionals, industry representatives, media, and members of academia.
The date also marks the 45th anniversary of the establishment of the National Institute for Urban Studies, MoHUA’s autonomous body, whose mission is to bridge the gap between research and practice on issues related to urbanization.
PMAY-U is a city between EWS / LIG and MIG categories, including slum dwellers, by securing “Pucca” housing in all eligible urban households by 2022 with the support of “Housing for All”. Address housing shortages. Complete its 75 years of independence. Under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (U), a total of 1.12 Chlore homes were licensed, of which 82.5 Rakı homes were grounded and approximately 48 Rakıs were completed.
Anniversary event declares that a short film contest on PMAY-U will be open to students, youth, non-governmental organizations, institutions and individuals / groups towards India’s 75th anniversary of independence. .. A two-week workshop at Awas Par Samvad (Townhall) will begin for schools / universities / institutions in 75 cities.
The Atal Mission for Rejuvenation Urban Transformation (AMRUT) addresses the issues of water and sewerage and sewage management, stormwater drainage to reduce floods, non-electric urban transport, and the creation of green spaces / parks in 500 cities with a population of 10,000 or more. Was launched for. ..
The smart city mission is a transformational mission aimed at bringing a paradigm shift to the practice of urban development in the country. Of the total projects proposed under SCM, 5,890 projects (114 percent in number) worth 1,78,500 rupees (87 percent) have been bid so far, and work equivalent to 5,195 projects (101 percent in number). The order has been issued. 1,45,600 chlores (71 percent by value). 2,655 projects (51 percent in number), worth 45,000 rupees (22 percent in value), have also been fully completed and are in operation.
The projects developed under the smart city mission are multi-sectoral and reflect the aspirations of the local population. Currently, 69 smart cities are developing and operating an integrated command and control center (ICCC) in the country. These operational ICCCs act as a battlefield for COVID management, along with other smart infrastructures developed under the mission, through information dissemination, improved communication, predictive analytics, and support for effective management by cities. Helped fight the pandemic.
During the 6th Anniversary event, MoHUA will announce the results of the India Smart City Awards Contest (ISAC) 2020. Data Maturity Evaluation Framework (DMAF) and India Smart City Awards Contest The India Smart City Awards Contest (CSCAF) will also be released during the event. The event will also feature, among other things, the India Smart City Fellowship Report, the TULIP Annual Report, and the release of knowledge products developed by the National Institute for Urban Studies (NIUA).
Quelle/Source: Big News Network, 25.06.2021