By Sama Khan on February 5th 2021
The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), launched in 2005, and the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), launched in 2015, have been some of the most significant interventions towards improved housing in recent times. A comparative look at their contribution to urban housing offers some clues about how policy is being shaped to respond to the emerging needs of Indian cities.
By Sama Khan on January 5th 2021
What does PMAY-Urban data about sanctioned houses tell us about state policies with regard to adopting different verticals of the program across city sizes?
By Sama Khan on December 14th 2020
A comparison of the top 6 metropolitan cities shows considerable variations in their approach to PMAY-U.
By Sama Khan on July 24th 2020
What does project sanctions data tell us about how the PMAY Urban is faring in small, medium and large cities?
By Sama Khan on July 9th 2020
Neither the physical and financial progress of the urban component of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna have fared as as well as the PMAY-Grameen, which focuses on housing in rural India.
By Sama Khan on May 22nd 2020
BLC dominates and only a handful of states show variations in the the verticals adopted under PMAY