Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Updates

The scheme was unveiled at Agra by Hon'ble Prime Minister Srinivasa Modi on 30/11/2018.

Accommodation assistance in PMAY (G)
Assistance per accommodation for new accommodation in plain area Rs. 150,000 / -
Assistance per house for new accommodation in hilly area Rs. 150,000 / -
Beneficiaries are eligible for loan up to Rs. 50,000 / - under the scheme
Home for everyone. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural)

Amount due from Convergence for construction of toilets under Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Rs. 15000 / -

Amount due for 90 days labor for construction of housing under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA scheme Rs.150 / -

Financial allocation
  1. Allocation of funds in the ratio of 30:50 between the Center and the State Government
  2. Allocation of 5% of administrative expenses against the funds allotted to the districts (4.5% for the district and 0.9% for the state).
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Features of the scheme
  • Housing size - 30 sq.m.
  • Housing assistance amount Rs. 150,000 / -
  •  Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural): Everyone's soil edge
According to the survey of SECC, to provide housing to all the citizens who do not have their own housing by the year 205 from Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural) started with the idea of ​​Hon'ble Prime Minister.
  • The target is to provide housing to all by the year 207
  • Beneficiary Selection S.E.C. According to 2011 data
  • The size of the accommodation is 30 sq.m. Increased from 3 sq.m.
  • The amount of assistance has been increased from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1,50,000 and Rs. 12,50 under MGNREGA scheme, Rs. 15,000 for construction of toilets under Swachh Bharat Mission and Rs. 2,15,50.
  • Primary facilities like water, electricity, roads etc. in coordination with other schemes.
  • Training of beneficiaries and artisans involved in housing construction such as Kadiya, Sakhi Mandals
  • Use of state-of-the-art technology for monitoring. (Housing App)
  • Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural) Important matters
Procedure for preparation of list of eligible beneficiaries

Procedure prescribed by the Ministry of Rural Development, Central Government
  • The following priority list based on SECC data has been prepared.
  • First of all to separate all the families living in houses with paki walls and / or paki roof
  • Separate all families with any one of the 12 indicators of exclusion
  • To designate a group of families who do not own a residential house and a group of all the families living in a house with zero room / one / two room raw wall and raw roof as a group of eligible beneficiary families.
  • To prepare 6 separate lists of eligible (Muslim, Jain, Sikh, Parsi, Christian, Buddhist) and other families at Gram Panchayat level

Procedure for setting priorities
  1. To prioritize the eligible families on the basis of deprivation at the Gram Panchayat level.
  2. Housing Deprivation - First to index households and then zero room / one room / two room houses.
  3. To prioritize families with no traits in the indexed affiliate category
  4. Then give equal weighting to the symptoms of deprivation to other families, determining the internal priority based on the total coefficient of deprivation.
The higher the coefficient of deprivation, the higher the priority of the family.
  • In Gram Panchayats, the list with the priority given by the Central Government has to be circulated
  • A separate list should be prepared by identifying the minority families from the list of others. In which the priority as per the original list has to be maintained.
  • The Gram Sabha will have to check the list by category.
If the following facts appear, the family name will have to be removed from the list.
  • If the family is involved on the basis of false information
  • If the family has built a rented house or the family has relocated
  • The family has been allotted a pucca house under a government scheme
  • The details of the canceled family should be included in the minutes in the form of a resolution of the Gram Sabha along with the reasons for the cancellation.
  • If there are sufficient reasons to change the priority, the change in priority can be made by noting such reasons.

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural)
  • If the multiplication of priority is the same then priority will be given to the families under the following group.
  • Families with disabilities
  • Families of widows and heirs of persons killed in the line of duty in the Army / Paramilitary Forces / Police Force
  • Families with members with leprosy or cancer or members with AIDS
  • Families with only one daughter
  • There is currently no provision for adding names to the list. However, the list of names to be added to the list by the Gram Sabha, including the resolution with the opinion of the Gram Sabha, has to be submitted to the Taluka Development Officer.
Grievance Redressal:

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  • Complaints against the list approved by the Gram Sabha can be lodged with the Taluka Development Officer or with the authority designated by the State Government.
  • The concerned authority shall inquire into the complaint received and send its report to the Appellate Authority as prescribed by the State Government within the prescribed time limit.
  • Compilation of annual selection list:
  • The final selection list approved by the Gram Sabha has to be compiled and entered in the housing software.
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