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Public Private Partnership Framework For Infrastructure Sector - A Summary

Over the last few years Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects have seen a sharp rise in India as Govt. of India has started recognizing PPP as an effective & efficient strategy for meeting ever-growing demand for better infrastructure across the country, while keeping the exchequer’s investment in such projects on the lower side. Govt. of India has introduced various initiatives such as establishment of Public Private Partnership Appraisal Committee (PPPAC), an Infrastructure Project Development Fund, and Viability Gap Fund to provide financial support for various PPP projects that are being planned & executed across the country.

This document has been developed by VMC Management Consulting Pvt. Ltd. subsequent to the larger framework released earlier, as a Knowledge Partner for UN Global Compact Network, India for smart cities for specific purpose of creating a support system for Pune Smart City (PSCDCL) for fulfillment of requirements thus defined under the MoU signed between UN GCNI & PSCDCL. This document can be used while implementing PPP projects in the Infrastructure sector. It has been developed with an intent to provide a transparent and balanced business environment to avoid any process and procedure related roadblocks while implementing prospective PPP projects. For further details of each process, you may choose to refer to the detailed framework.