PMAY-Urban: The Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme (Citizen) was launched on June 25, 2015, with the aim of providing permanent housing to all eligible recipients by 2022. PMAY-U is one of the two programs considered under PMAY-U. It is designed for metropolitan areas, while PMA YG is designed for rural areas. The program is divided into four parts. These include “In-Set” Slim Redevelopment (ISSR), Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS), Affordable Housing (AHP), and Beneficiary-led Individual Home Construction / Improvement (BLC). Under PMAY-G, a beneficiary can use the BLC component to improve their existing home. This facility is only available to those who have permanent houses less than 21 square meters in size.
Subsidy of Rs. 2.5 lakhs
Under BLC Vertical, a beneficiary receives a grant of Rs. 2.5 lakh from the government to build his house. PMAY-U guidelines allow a beneficiary family to be “husband, wife and unmarried” [बेटे और/या अविवाहित बेटियों]Describes it as a family.
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The guidelines for the scheme state, “Beneficiary family should not have a permanent home (all season living unit) in his name or in the name of any member of his family in any part of India. An adult. Can be considered as a separate family with earning member (regardless of marital status). However, to avail the benefit of the scheme, he has to live in his name in any part of India, but he has a permanent home. Must not own. Under PMAY-G, a beneficiary can take advantage of the BLC component to augment their existing home. Those who can avail this facility are eligible to avail it.
How much did PMAY-U cost?
The Center has pledged Rs 2.01 lakh crore for PMAY-U, out of which Rs 1.18 lakh crore has been released and Rs 1.10 lakh crore has been spent.
How many houses were built?
As per the information available on PMAY-U, 1.21 crore houses have been approved under this scheme till May 9, 2022, out of which 58.82 lakh houses have been completed / distributed. A maximum of 28.17 lakh houses have been constructed under BLC Vertical. The remaining 30.65 lakh houses have been constructed under the other three vertical ISSR, CLSS and AHP.
What is geo-tagging and is it mandatory under PMAY-U?
Geo-tagging is the process of combining geographic identities through various means such as photography. Under the PMAY-U guidelines, the state government must ensure that all houses built under the scheme are geo-tagged on the Fry HFA (Housing for All) application, which the government monitors the scheme. Prepared for
Houses built under
As per the information given on PMAY-U website, 1.21 crore houses have been approved under this scheme till May 9, 2022, out of which 58.82 lakh have been completed or delivered. A total of 28.17 lakh houses have been constructed as a result of BLC vertical. The remaining 30.65 lakh houses were constructed under ISSR, CLSS and AHP vertical.
PMAY-U has a budget of Rs 2.01 lakh crore, of which Rs 1.18 lakh crore has been released and Rs 1.10 lakh crore has been spent by the Center.
Geo-tagging under PMAY-URBAN
Geo-tagging is the addition of location information to various media such as photography. Under the PMAY-U rules, the state government is required to ensure that all the houses constructed under the scheme are geo-tagged on the Fry HFA (Housing for All) application, which the government has approved for the progress of the scheme. Configured to track.