Fast Track Competition under Smart City Mission is the program of the union government by which the 23 cities and towns from as many States and Union Territories that were given an opportunity to participate in the ‘Fast Track Competition’ under Smart City Mission submitted their revised plans. » Read more
As much as 28 smart cities have released the final draft proposal of their project for the smart cities.
According to smart city guidelines, an equal amount on a matching basis will have to be contributed by the state governments and urban local bodies, thus facilitating Rs 1000 crore of funds for smart city development.
The Centre has proposed the special purpose vehicle route, with the state, urban local bodies and private players as equity partners.
The CCP has set a deadline of December 8 to get the project approved by the state government and get the draft submitted to the Centre through the state by December 14, a day before the deadline.
Draft Smart City Proposal for Madurai: Click Here
Smart City Proposal for Aligarh: Click Here
Draft Proposal for Smart City Jhansi: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for Agra: Click Here
Smart City proposal Biharsharif: Click Here
Smart City Proposal Rourkela: Click Here
Dahod Smart City – Draft Proposal: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal Rajkot: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal – Warangal: Click Here
Davanagere Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for Lucknow: Click Here
Draft Proposal for Smart City Saharanpur (SAHART): Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for Salem: Click Here
Chandigarh Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for New Town Kolkata: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for Udaipur: Click Here
Shivamogga Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Proposed Vision and Goals for Smart Jalandhar: Click Here
Draft Document – Vision and Sub Goals: Chandigarh – an “IDEAL” City: Click Here
Draft Rampur Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Draft Moradabad Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Draft Proposal for Smart City Amritsar: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for Bidhannagar: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal for Smart City Tumakuru: Click Here
Pune Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Draft Indore Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Draft Smart City Proposal of Smart City Oulgaret: Click Here
Ujjain Draft Smart City Proposal: Click Here
Everyone is want to know why Bengaluru did not selected in the list of smart cities. Bengaluru and two more cities Patna and Kolkata are missing from the government’s smart cities list.
According to the reports, the selection process of smart cities the centre government counts four main reasons for not selection of Bengaluru. State government not recommended the name of Bengaluru, tax collection, population, audit of projects and lack of toilets .
- The first reason is that the state government did not recommended the name of Bengaluru
- According to the score of tax selection Bengaluru scored 62% and Mysuru 68% in tax collection. But Mangaluru, Shivamogga and Belagavi scored 96.87% each, Hubballi-Dharwad and Tumakuru 87.5% each and Davanagere 85%.
- The population is the third reason for not selection in the list of smart cities. While other cities have been selected in the smart cities.
- The state government and BBMP councils did not conduct financial audits for the projects and BBMP, BDA and BWSSB have taken works in the city.
- The lack of public toilets becomes one of the reason because the ratio of public toilets to the population is lesser than other cities.
The Government has announced the complete list of 98 cities, including 24 state capitals to develop as smart cities.
Uttar pradesh has nominated 13 cities to develop as smart cities by following Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, the Maharashtra nominates 10 , Tamil Nadu 12, and 3 each from Bihar and Andhra Pradesh. But Patna, Kolkata and Bengaluru are missing from the government’s smart city list.
The Urban Development Minister has officially released the list 98 cities. “Barring Jammu and Kashmir, all states have finalized the names of proposed Smart Cities through competition. So there are total 98 cities being selected across the country,” sources in Urban Development Ministry said.
Complete List of 98 Cities Released by Government:
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
- Port Blair
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu
- Navi Mumbai
- Greater Mumbai
- Greater Hyderabad
- Greater Warangal
- New Town Kolkata
According to the official news released Mangaluru city will be developed under Amrut Scheme. The scheme is aiming to construct seven roads in the city limits. It was also reported that Vinay Kumar Sorake, state minister for urban development along with district incharge minister B Ramanath Rai has laid the foundation for concreting work on seven roads. » Read more