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Traditionally, the butterfly is a symbol of change, joy and colour. It’s considered a harbinger of transformation. Change or transformation ensures growth. A butterfly represents the unending cycle of life, and the clarity of goal before self-transformation. It makes us realize that ideas have a chance to flourish on a higher level when one decides to go beyond all possibilities. That is the force of creation - the only constant is that we are always changing. The Smart city Mission is making opportunities for this change to take place. And the Pixel Butterfly is taken as an inspiration to bring out the speed and vivacity of Smart Cities. The word ‘transform-nation’ is inspired from the need for constant evolution. It shows how our Smart Cities are beacons that will lead the way for others and have the power to transform the whole country. It represents the ability to provide a whole new way of living and new possibilities to millions of people. For Smart Cities that are always evolving, always improving.
See purpose in para. 2.6 and paras. 2.1 and 2.2 for definition of Smart City. Hon’ble PM during the Launch called it ‘Poorna’ development or what in urban planning is called holistic development. Smart Cities are two steps ahead of citizen needs and are a way of addressing citizens needs collectively based on Maslow’s hierarchy of individual needs. The key features are use of technology to improve services and infrastructure and nature friendly Area development (Place-making).
See para.2.3 & 2.6 The Smart Cities Mission and the AMRUT are interlinked. In his address to the Joint Session of Parliament on 23rd February 2015, the Hon’ble President had stated that “Cities are the engines of economic growth. My Government is committed to building modern amenities and infrastructure in our urban areas. The National Urban Development Mission is being finalized, particularly focusing on water and solid waste management infrastructure. After extensive stakeholder consultations, the Smart City programme is close to finalization. These two programmes are interlinked and will prepare our nation for an increasingly urban future.” Basic infrastructure through interlinking; Quality of life by enabling local area development and applying Smart Solutions to make services and infrastructure better; Liveability by creating exemplars which can be replicated in the same or other cities
Annexure 3 of AMRUT Guidelines for examples
Para. 3.1 In India we have mixing of uses, not mixed use and the challenge is to retrofit to make it more planned using principles of New Urbanism, Neo-traditional development, etc based on post modern principles.
Para. 7 Bottom-up planning or what UDM calls from ‘galli’ to Delhi. No prescriptions and the challenge brings this out. The city’s Vision is what the City will be in 5-10 years.
Para. 9.1.1(shortlisting) Para. 8 (how many in each State/UT) & Annexure 2 Annexure 3; Form 1
Para. 6.1 (essential elements - no-one-size-fits-all) Para. 14 (convergence) Para. 5.2 (contain) The Challenge is a platform for strategic planning – people work from a vision for the future, rather be limited by legislation of Master Plans. Move away from compliance-based incremental changes, starting with a big vision of what the city needs, coming up with city needs and strategic project. Support the vision and plan with strong processes to achieve sustainable change.
Para. 6.2 (essential elements). During the Launch the PM said that the water can be reused for agriculture in the peri-urban areas of the Smart City. Similarly, the garbage can provide compost for the hinterland agriculture. This develops a symbiotic relationship between the city and its hinterlands.
Para. 9.1.2 and Annexure 4 Citizen consultation leads to gathering thoughts and ideas towards defining Smart Cities. Innovative approaches and how they can be implemented. Key stakeholders are involved quite early in planning and see themselves as ready partners in the process of city-building – desired changes are envisioned from the start.
Para. 6.3.1& 6.3.2 and Annexure 1 - Scope of entity to prepare Proposals
Para. 10 (SPV) Para. 11 (Financing)
Paras. 11.4 and 12. Para 12.3 for conditions Annexures 6 & 7 for UC and Score Card
Para. 13 Annexures 6,7 – UCs and Score Card
Smart city presentation
The Smart Cities Mission
What is a Smart City?
A Smart City has-
uses ‘smart’ solutions to make
infrastructure and services better, and
relies on Area based development.
Provide basic infrastructure.
Quality of life.
Clean and sustainable environment.
Apply Smart Solutions.
Set examples to be replicated both within
and outside the Smart City and catalyze
the creation of similar Smart Cities.
Smart Cities Mission Strategy
Pan-city initiative in which at least one Smart
Solution is applied city-wide.
Develop Areas step-by-step – three models of
area-based developments –
What is basic infrastructure?
Basic public infrastructure is built by dovetailing
and synergizing with other Missions and Schemes
Basic infrastructure includes,
Assured water & electricity supply,
Sanitation & Solid Waste Management,
Efficient urban mobility & public transport,
Robust IT connectivity,
e-governance & citizen participation,
Safety & security of citizens,
Health & Education and
Economic Activities & Livelihood Opportunities.
City wide Smart Solutions
ts to make
What are ‘smart solutions’
Smart solutions are application of IT&C to
municipal services and infrastructure to make
Smart water meters and billing systems,
Remotely controlled automatic distribution valves,
Real time, online systems of monitoring water
City-wide intelligent video surveillance network,
Using mobile phones for cyber tour of worksites,
Area based Development Models
Development of an existing built area greater than 500 acres so as to achieve
the objective of smart cities mission to make it more efficient and livable e.g.
Local Area Development (Ahmedabad)
Replace existing built environment in an area of more than 50 acres and enable
co-creation of a new layout, especially enhanced infrastructure, mixed land use
and increased density e.g. Bhendi Bazar, Mumbai
Develop a previously vacant area of more than 250 acres using innovative
planning, plan financing and plan implementation tools with provision for
affordable housing, especially for the poor e.g. New Town, Kolkotta, Naya
Raipur, GIFT City.
Components of area-based
Holistic development of existing and new areas.
One area catalyzes the development of other areas,
Sets an example for other cities.
Quality of life in Areas meets citizens expectations
Planned mixed land use,
Housing, especially for the poor,
Walkable localities – accessibility to parks, public
Preservation and development of open space,
Public transport, last mile connectivity,
Governance is citizen friendly and cost effective.
Smart City selection Process
The city selection process is based on the idea of
Cooperative and Competitive Federalism.
Cities are diverse - Each city has to construct its idea
and vision of a smart city that is aligned to its local
The city selection process follows a Challenge method
- two stages, in conjunct, to select cities.
Stage – I : Intra-State city selection on objective
criteria to identify cities to compete in stage-II.
Stage – II: All India competition to select smart
cities for multiple rounds of selection.
Stage-I Competition (within
Number of potential Smart Cities will be
intimated to each State, based on an
equitable & objective based formula.
An intra-state competition to select proposed
Smart Cities, based on the Stage – I criteria
The selected cities will be called the short
listed Smart Cities.
Proposal of Stage 2
No particular model prescribed – each city
has to develop its own idea of a smart city,
vision, and submit a Smart City Proposal
(SCP) during the All India competition.
Proposal format is given in the Toolkit,
The Proposal by the short listed city has to,
Contain a retrofitting or redevelopment or
greenfield or a mix thereof plus a Pan-city
feature with Smart Solution(s),
Area based developments should include some
Area based Development –
Applicable to all three type of area based developments
Adequate water supply including waste water recycling
and storm water reuse,
Assured electricity supply - least 10% of the energy
requirement coming from solar power,
Sanitation, including solid waste management,
Efficient urban mobility and public transport,
Affordable Housing, especially for poor,
Robust IT connectivity and digitalization,
Good Governance, especially e-Governance and
Ensuring safety of citizens, especially women and
Health and education.
Area based Development –
Essential Features (Cont..)
Additionally, for greenfield areas
80% buildings would be energy efficient green
15% of the building will be in the affordable housing
City Selection Criteria : Stage-II
The 100 short listed potential Smart Cities are selected
through an inter-state competition
The 100 selected cities prepare their Proposals for All India competition
with capacity assistance
Based on pre-defined Stage 2 criteria , the evaluation is done by
national and international organisations
Winners declared for Round – 1
Winners set-up SPV and
Preparation of DPRs,
Non-Winners prepare to
improve their proposal for
Round - 2
Capacity Assistance for SCP
Preparing Smart City Proposals is challenging and
assistance is required. For preparation of the SCP
financial assistance will be provided – Rs. 2 crore will
be released to shortlisted 100 cities. MoUD will assist
in two ways –
Technically qualified firms and States/UTs are free to
draw upon this Panel using the RfP given in the Toolkit
– Scope is also given in Annexure 1 of Guidelines, OR
Tying up arrangements to get Technical Assistance
from foreign Governments who have volunteered to
provide such support.
Implementation & Financing
Each city will have a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV).
The SPV will have complete flexibility to plan,
implement, manage & operate and will be headed by a
full time CEO. Articles of Association will be given in
Centre will invest a total of Rs. 48,000 crore in 100
cities across the country for 5 years – each Smart city
will get Rs. 100 crore each for five years.
State / ULBs will mobilize additional resources required
of Rs. 48,000 crore as per 50:50 funding pattern.
These funds will act as a catalyst to attract funding from
internal and external sources.
Funds release and distribution
Funds can be used as follows –
Project funds – 93%,
State/ULB (Administrative & Office Expenses) – 5%,
MoUD (Administrative & Office Expenses) – 2%,
Advance of Rs. 2 crore to shortlisted cities to prepare
First year Rs. 200 crore, thereafter Rs. 100 crore
Funds release – timely submission of Score Card,
satisfactory physical and financial progress as shown
from UC and Score Card, achievement of milestones
in the Proposal – to be certified.
At city level Smart City Advisory Forum will be
The Smart City Advisory Forum will include the
District Collector, MP, MLA, Mayor, CEO of SPV,
local youths, technical experts, and representative
The CEO of the SPV will be the convener of the
Smart City Forum.
National level – Apex Committee (AC) headed by
State level -State level High Powered Steering
Committee (HPSC) - chaired by the Chief
City Level - CEO of the SPV is convener of the
Smart City Forum.
This is the first time a MoUD programme is using
the ‘Challenge’ or competition method to select
cities for funding.
Strategy of area-based development.
Citizen involvement is a key to the success of the
Smart Cities Mission. The involvement has to
start from beginning to the end.
1 Increase over Census 2011 or Swachh Bharat baseline on
number of household sanitary latrines (whichever is less)
2 Making operable Online Grievance Redressal System with
response being sent back to complainant
3 At-least first monthly e-newsletter published 5
4 Electronically place project-wise municipal budget
expenditure information for the last two financial years on
5 Levy of compensatory penalty for delays in service delivery 5
6 Collection of internally generated revenue (e.g. taxes, fees,
charges) during the last three FYs (2012-15)
Stage 1 Selection Criteria
Stage 1 Selection Criteria (Contd.)
7 Payment of salaries by ULB up-to last month 5
8 Audit of accounts for FY 12-13 5
9 Percentage contribution of tax revenue, fees and user
charges, rents and other internal revenue sources
10 Percentage of establishment and maintenance cost of water
11 Percentage contribution of internal revenue sources (self-
generated) used for capital works during FY 2014-15
12 Percentage of City-level JnNURM Reforms achieved 10
13 Percentage of completion of Projects sanctioned upto
March, 2012 under JnNURM
Stage 2 Selection Criteria
Challenge criteria developed after extensive
• City Level Evaluation Criteria………………………....30%
Credibility of Implementation
% of JnNURM projects completed;
Number of JnNURM reforms completed;
Property tax collection as a % of annual demand;
Water and Sewerage user charges collected as a % of
current annual demand, etc.
City Vision and Strategy
How well does the vision come out of aspirations and
wishes of people;
Does the vision show: why ? The big idea, picture of the
Does the vision show the city’s true purpose and is
connected to its economic base?
Stage 2 Selection Criteria (Cont..)
• Proposal based Evaluation criteria…………………..70%
Impact of Proposal
Do the vision flow from vision identified through citizen
To what extent are the goals and objectives aligned, etc.
Does the proposal have smart component i.e. doing
something in more resourceful and efficient manner,
Are different sources of funding tapped, etc.
Innovation & Scalability
Have any best practices been used,
Is the project scalable to entire city, etc.
Details of process for co creating every step through an
Use of social media for citizen consultation, etc. Back
• DIVERSE LAND USES AND DEVELOPMENT
TYPOLOGIES: JASOLA DISTRICT CENTRE,
MOHAN CO-OP INDUSTRIAL AREA, APOLLO
HOSPITAL, PLOTTED ANDFLATTED
RESIDENTAIL COLONIES OF HIG, MIG, LIG,
EWS AND SFS FLATS AS WELL AS VILLAGES
AND AN UNAUTHORISED COLONY
• ENVIRONMENTALLY ACTIVE: RIVER
YAMUNA BORDERS THE SITE, AGRA CANAL
CUTS ACROSS THE SITE, STP IN THE
VICINITY AND DISTRICT PARK IN THE SITE
• OKHLA BIRD SANCTUARY BORDERS THE
E IND. AREA
JASOLA AND SARITA VIHAR CRITERIA
• ADMINISTRATIVE: BORDERS ANOTHER
STATE – UTTAR PRADESH, LIES ALONG NH 2,
TRUNK RAILWAY LINE
• COMPLEX TRANSPORT NETWORK: CLOVER
LEAF JUNCTION, FLY-OVER, NATIONAL
HIGHWAY 2 AND 13 A, RAILWAY LINE,
METRO LINEWITH 2 METRO STATIONS –
JASOLA AND SARITA VIHAR
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
GENERAL ISSUES IDENTIFIED ON SITE
OBSTRUCTIONS ON FOOTPATHS
SIGNAGE PRIVATE PLOT
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
ROAD NUMBER 1 (NH 2):
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
Number of Smart Cities Allocated to each State
State Name No.s State Name No.s State Name No.s
A & N Islands 1 Haryana 2 Nagaland 1
1 Odisha 2
1 Puducherry 1
Assam 1 Jharkhand 1 Punjab 3
Bihar 3 Karnataka 6 Rajasthan 4
Chandigarh 1 Kerala 1 Sikkim 1
Chhattisgarh 2 Lakshadweep 1 Tamil Nadu 12
Daman & Diu 1 Madhya Pradesh 7 Telangana 2
Dadra & Nagar
1 Maharashtra 10 Tripura 1
Delhi 1 Manipur 1 Uttar Pradesh 13
Goa 1 Meghalaya 1 Uttarakhand 1
Gujarat 6 Mizoram 1 West Bengal 4