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Details of the Cabinet Approval Accorded on 15th September, 2011 for Development of Industrial Cities in the DMIC
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MONITORING MECHANISM

APEX MONITORING AUTHORITY

Annexure - I | Annexure - II

Ø  Apex Monitoring Authority was set up on 11th September 2007 with the Finance Minister as Chairperson and seven Union Ministers, Dy. Chairperson, Planning Commission and Chief Ministers of six States as Members to give overall guidance, planning and approvals. Four more Union Ministers are Invitees. Similar monitoring mechanism is in place at State levels.



 MONITORING COMMITTEE


Ø  The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) constituted a Monitoring Committee on 5th June 2009 to monitor the progress of DMIC and DFC Projects under the Chairmanship of Principal Secretary to PM and Chairman, Railway Board, Foreign Secretary, Finance Secretary and Secretary, DIPP as its members.  Chief Secretaries of the participating states in the DMIC would be invited as and when required.

Ø  1st Meeting held on 29th June 2009.  DIPP was directed to send revised timelines with the approval of Hon’ble Minister.  On 31st July 2009, DIPP forwarded the revised timelines to PMO.

Ø  2nd meeting of Monitoring Committee for DMIC Project held under the chairmanship of Principal Secretary to PM on 18th November 2009. 

Ø  As decided in the meeting, Draft Composition and TORs for Water Committee for DMIC region forwarded to the PMO on 9th December 2009 with the approval of Secretary, DIPP.  On further directions from the PMO, the Draft Composition and TORs for Water Committee forwarded on 18th January 2010 to the Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources for concurrence. 

Ø  As directed in the 2nd meeting, revised timelines for DMIC project as approved by the Hon’ble Minister sent to PMO on 6th April 2010.

Ø  3rd meeting of the Monitoring Committee held on 22nd June 2010 and following decisions taken in the meeting:

o   DIPP to move a Cabinet Note for allocation of funds for the first 6 nodes of DMIC to finance the development of trunk infrastructure projects at these nodes.

o   A Committee under Secretary, Water Resources comprising Secretary, DIPP, CEO&MD, DMICDC and concerned Secretaries of DMIC States to be constituted and Secretary, Water Resources to convene a meeting to find solutions to the issue of water availability at the DMIC nodes, especially in Haryana and Rajasthan.

o   Secretary, DIPP and CEO&MD, DMICDC to hold a meeting with Secretary PNG for allocation of gas for the DMIC Power projects.

o   Ministry of Railways to initiate action for the development of spurs to the DMIC nodes.  Chairman, Railway Board to coordinate and convene a meeting in this regard.

o   The requirement of expressways to the new cities to be taken up by DIPP on priority with Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and the Planning Commission.

§  In pursuance of the decisions taken in the meetings of the Monitoring Committee for the DMIC Project held on 18th November 2009 and 22nd June 2010, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, with the concurrence of the Ministry of Water Resources, has constituted a Committee on 13th August 2010 under the chairmanship of Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources to look into the availability of water in the DMIC region.  First meeting of the Committee held on 16th September 2010.

Ø  4th meeting of the Committee was held on 1st December 2010.  As decided in the meeting, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion circulated a Cabinet Note on the financial and Institutional structure for the development of new industrial cities in the DMIC on 8th December, 2010 for inter-Ministerial consultations.

Ø  5th meeting of the Committee was held on 16th September, 2011.  As decided in the meeting, consultation with the Finance Ministry was initiated for setting up DMIC Project Implementation Fund as a Trust and for identifying the Government owned financial institutions who would participate in the equity of DMICDC up to 51% which also includes taking over the equity held by IL&FS and IDFC as per the decision of the Cabinet.

Ø  6th meeting of the Committee was held on 13th December, 2011 and the Japanese proposals pertaining to Japanese contribution of US $ 4.5 billion to the DMIC facility, equity participation in the DMICDC, flexibility in capital regulations, flexible use of US $ 75 Million Project Development Fund etc. were discussed.  

Ø  7th meeting of the Committee was held on 29th October, 2012 wherein progress made in DMIC was reviewed.

Ø  8th meeting of the Committee was held on 24th May, 2013.

 

DELIVERY MONITORING UNIT OF PMO

 

Ø  Prime Minister’s Office has notified on 7th July 2009 the setting up of a Delivery Monitoring Unit in PMO to review a select number of flagship programmes/ initiatives/ iconic projects and one of the projects listed being the “Delhi – Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Project”.

Ø  As desired by PMO, the “Proforma for Reporting to the Delivery Monitoring Unit” giving current status of the project is being uploaded regularly on the website of DIPP.

Ø  As directed by the PMO, Secretary, DIPP apprises Principal Secretary to PM, every quarter, demi-officially, giving assessment of the progress of the project in terms of the outcomes/ targets and timeframes and specifically bringing out issues that may require attention or resolution at a higher level.

 
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