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Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns

Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns Scheme (UIDSSMT) Mission launched on 5th March, 2012 later the scheme was extended for another  2 years as Transition phase to complete ongoing projects. In June 2015 the Scheme was subsumed in to AMRUT.  sub mission of Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM)  for  7 years Mission period up to 31st Dec, 2005 as a

During  Main  Phase of Mission period 801 Projects and Transition phase 235 Projects  total to  1036 projects were approved and ACA of Rs. 10041.36 Cr for 801 projects and Rs. 3692.45 cr. for 235 Projects was released. From AMRUT fund 31 ongoing UIDSSMT projects were assisted and  ACA of Rs. 437.52 Cr. was released in 2017-18. Total cumulative Additional Central Assistance of Rs 14,171.33 Cr were released for 1036 Projects. Total 466 projects have been physically completed which includes 297 water supply, 18 Sewerage, 33 Storm water drains, 18 solid waste management, 7 urban renewal, 8 preservation of water body, 83 roads & 1 each parking and prevention of soil erosion.

The Objectives of the scheme were as under :

  • Improve infrastructural facilities in towns & cities
  • Urban sector reforms at state & ULB level
  • Enhance public-private-partnership in infrastructural development
  • Promote planned integrated development of towns / cities
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