Status of proposed/under implementation PPP projects are given in the following table-
Solid Waste Management Lucknow, Allahabad, Varanasi,
at Developers have been selected for all nine projects. LOA has been issued. Land
Meerut, Moradabad, Gorakhpur, Aligarh, Jhansi and Mathura Modernization of Slaughter House at Meerut
Operation of City Transport Buses
Acquisition is in progress in five cities.
M/s. Abacus Legal Group has been recommended for selection as consultant in BEC meeting dated 9-11-09. Searching of Strategic Partner is in progress for operation of city buses in 7 cities.
Vocational & Technical Education
The Public-Private Partnership is a mode of implementing government programs in partnership
with private sector. Under this scheme, the managerial efficiency and resources of the private sector could be utilized. The private operator would be responsible for developing, operating, maintaining of the
facilities and its expenses to ensure Quality Education for better employability.
The State Government has taken a policy decision to implement PPP projects in vocational &
technical edcuation, so as to establish Centre of Excellence & Institutes of state importance in the filed of Technology, Business Management, Science & Information Technology to provide opportunities for higher technical education and research programs. It also seeks to set up 04 Engineering Colleges. 20 Polytechnics and 60 ITIs through Public- Private Partnership. Approval of six ITIs and eight Polytechnics
has been awarded.
Stamp & Registration
The computerization of the Department of Stamps & Registration by Public-Private-Partnership
process has been initiated. Under the process, by following the open bid process a Consultant (M/S Wipro Infotech. Limited) has been selected in September, 2009. This project is an initiative of the Department of Stamps and Registration, under the guidance of the State Government , which aims at Automation and Online working of various departmental services and processes at 355 Sub Registrars, 71 District Registrars, 04 Additional Inspector General, 23 Deputy Inspector General, 89 Assistant Inspector General, under the Inspector General Registration cum Commissioner Stamps (IGRS) in the state. This would ensure better services to the citizens and better handling and management of registration offices throughout
the state. Benefits of this project are given below:-
The Citizen would get the benefit as the processes will become quick and efficient.
Citizen would be provided the facility of accessing the updated and accurate valuation details
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