Small, steady and incremental reforms can have a major impact on driving sustainable, resilient and inclusive infrastructure.
The Committee on Revisiting and Revitalizing the PPP model of Infrastructure Development submitted its report to the Finance Ministry (Government of India) on November 19, 2015.
This toolkit has been prepared to assist public entities in the state of Maharashtra in India in developing public-private partnership (PPP) urban bus transport projects.
This toolkit is designed to help decision makers and practitioners in states and municipal governments who are concerned with urban transport development in medium-sized cities in India.
This guide is built for PPP practitioners within the government and its different tiers across the country, to assist them in conceptualising, structuring and implementing projects via the PPP route.
The NHAI Works Manual details the project preparation and approval processes followed by NHAI for the implementation of public investment projects, as well as PPP projects.
The Appraisal and Approval of Publicly Funded Schemes and Projects provides a systematic process to be followed for the formulation, appraisal and approval of publicly funded schemes and projects.
The Guidance for Formulation, Appraisal and Approval of Central Sector PPP Projects provides the detailed process to be followed for the appraisal and approval of PPP projects.
Standardised contractual documents help to structure projects and provide standardised guidance on project risk identification, allocation and mitigation mechanisms at the preparation stage.
This policy brief reviews two aspects of independent regulation: institutional efficacy, including primarily autonomy, capacity, and accountability; and the mode of regulation, or the regulator's functional scope. Recommendations are made in the policy brief relating to the entire regulatory process.
The paper discusses strategies and options to address the challenges that are plaguing the water resources sector.
This paper shows in terms of policy flow and implications, how Indian railways has been unwavering in providing sustenance for economic growth.
This report outlines the key principles of water safety planning for rural water supply in India.
Chapter two of this report summarizes the institutional context and relevant developments over the past two decades. Chapter three focuses on the corporate governance agenda adopted by the government and its implementation, specifically relating to the structure and functioning of utility boards of directors. Chapter four reviews SERC regulatory governance. Chapter five analyzes the correlation between key indicators of the quality of regulatory and corporate governance and utility financial performance.
This report provides a comprehensive overview of the current technology landscape for digital identification, including strengths and weaknesses of the different technology options in different countries.
The study recommends measures and technologies to overcome the existing problems and transform the cities of Amritsar and Ludhiana, the report covers improved storage drainage, improved urban environment and addressing services for the poor.
This report outlines lessons from two river basins in India, while arguing how planning for hydropower development needs to evolve from a project-based engineering approach to a more holistic one.