Dharuhera(New Growth industrial Corridor)

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) –

Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS)

Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MoHUPA) has introduced in June 2015, an interest subsidy scheme called Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (URBAN)-Housing for All, for purchase/construction/extension/improvement of house to cater Economical Weaker Section(EWS)/Lower Income Group(LIG)/Middle Income Group (MIG), given the projected growth of urbanization & the consequent housing demands in India.

Eligibility

The beneficiary family should not own a pucca house in his/her or in the name of any member of his/her family in any part of India.

In case of married couple, either of the spouse or both together in joint ownership will be eligible for a single subsidy.

The beneficiary family should not have availed of central assistance under any housing scheme from Government of India or any benefit under any scheme in PMAY.

Beneficiary

The beneficiary family will comprise husband, wife and unmarried children. (An adult earning member irrespective of marital status can be treated as a separate household in MIG category)

Coverage:

All statutory towns as per Census 2011 and towns’ notified subsequently, including planning area as notified with respect to statutory town.

* woman ownership is not mandatory for construction / extension

*As per amendment dated 27.06.2017, an adult earning member (irrespective of martial status) can be treated as a separate household. Provided also that in case of a married couple, either of spouses or both together in joint ownership will be eligible for a single house, subject to income eligibility of the household under the scheme.

**for MIG – 1 & 2 loan should be approved on/or after 1-1-2017

Aadhar number(s) of the beneficiary family are mandatory for MIG category.

The interest subsidy will be available for a maximum loan tenure of 20 yrs or the loan tenure whichever is lower.

The interest subsidy will be credited upfront to the loan account of beneficiaries through HDFC resulting in reduced effective housing loan and Equated Monthly Installment (EMI).

The Net Present Value (NPV) of the interest subsidy will be calculated at a discount rate of 9 %.

The additional loan beyond the specified limits, if any to be at non-subsidizedrate.

There is no cap on the loan amount or the cost of the property. *for more details on the scheme please referwww.mhupa.gov.in

Note: Assessment of your eligibility to avail the benefits of CLSS is at the sole discretion of the Government of India. Contents herein are parameters outlined under the scheme for assessment of entitlement.

Regional Rapid Transit System

(RRTS)

Delhi–Alwar Regional Rapid Transit System (Delhi–Alwar RRTS) is a 180 km long, proposed, semi-high speed rail corridor connecting DelhiGurgaonRewari and Alwar. It is one of the three rapid-rail corridors planned under Phase-1 of the Rapid Rail Transport System of the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC). With maximum speed of 160km/h and average speed of 105km/h the distance between Delhi and Alwar will be covered in 104 minutes. The project is expected to cost ₹37,000crores.

The National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) as part of its Integrated Transportation Plan 2032 identified eight rails based rapid transit corridors to improve the efficacy of transportation system in the NCR. These were:

1.Delhi – Gurgaon – Rewari – Alwar

2.Delhi – Ghaziabad – Meerut

3.Delhi – Sonipat – Panipat

4.Delhi – Faridabad – Ballabhgarh – Palwal

5.Delhi – Bahadurgarh – Rohtak

6.Delhi – Shahadra – Baraut

7.Ghaziabad – Khurja

8.Ghaziabad – Hapur

Of these Delhi – Alwar, Delhi-Panipat and Delhi – Meerut are to be constructed in the first phase. The Urban Mass Transit Company was given the job of conducting a feasibility study on 23 March 2010. The Planning Board approved the study thus submitted in 2012. The contract was then transferred to NCRTC on 18 January 2017 to carry the study forward.[1]

Stations

There will be total 19 stations; 8 underground and 11 elevated.

No.

Station Name

Inter-station

Cumulative

Layout

Status

distance (km)

Distance (km)

1

ISBT Kashmere

0

00

Underground

Planned

Gate

2

New Delhi

3.50

3.50

Underground

Planned

Railway Station

3

Sarai Kale Khan

7.00

10.50

Underground

Planned

4

INA

5.00

15.50

Underground

Planned

5

Dhaula Kuan

4.50

20.00

Underground

Planned

6

Mahipalpur

6.50

26.50

Underground

Planned

7

Cyber City

7.50

34.00

Underground

Planned

8

IFFCO Chowk

3.20

37.20

Underground

Planned

9

Rajiv Chowk

3.80

41.00

Elevated

Planned

10

Manesar

13.50

54.50

Elevated

Planned

11

Panchgaon

9.50

64.00

Elevated

Planned

12

Dharuhera

13.00

77.00

Elevated

Planned

13

BTK

9.00

86.00

Elevated

Planned

14

MBIR

15.00

101.00

Elevated

Planned

15

Rewari

5.50

106.50

Elevated

Planned

16

Bawal

12.50

119.00

Elevated

Planned

17

SNB

7.00

126.00

Elevated

Planned

18

Khairtal

29.50

155.50

Elevated

Planned

19

Alwar

24.50

180.00

Elevated

Planned

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delhi%E2%80%93Alwar_Regional_Rapid_Transit_System

Some News Articles

about RRTS

(Regional Rapid

Transit System)

Source: http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/nation/work-on-delhi-alwar-rrts-to-start-in-a-year/396218.html

Source: https://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi-news/rapid-rail-projects-connecting-delhi-to-alwar-and-panipat-get-approval/story-MhnjmteJdY7KwC9F0xSZjO.html

Source: https://www.livemint.com/Politics/RjhDhrAplQVCTQteLqikoM/NHAI- approves-Delhi-RRTS-projects-worth-Rs53500-crore.html

For More information on this:

https://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi-news/rail-connectivity-in-ncr-gets-a-rs-659-crore-boost-in-union-budget/story-KMUqMFLjOamdkefEG15omL.html

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