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ADB TA Mission
(Source PPPinindia.com:Main streaming of Public Private Partnerships)

Recognizing that strengthening the capacities of different levels of government to conceptualize, structure and manage PPPs will lead to more and better PPPs, Department of Economic Affairs is facilitating mainstreaming Public Private Partnerships through Technical Assistance from Asian Development Bank. The primary objective is effective institutionalization of the PPP cells to deliver their mandate through provision of 'in-house' consultancy services to each of the selected entities at the Center and State level.


Institutionalization of PPP skills includes

·              refining the PPP policy and regulatory framework,

·              meeting compliance/public safety norms,

·              improving MIS,

·              improving bidding documents and procedures,

·              determining risk sharing,

·              conducting value-added research/analysis, and

·              determining adequate monitoring arrangements



Technical Assistance

The technical assistance aims to:

·              Help the participating State implement PPP schemes effectively and efficiently;

·              Enhance capacity of PPP cells in participating entities to prepare, evaluate, and appraise PPPs in infrastructure;

·              Significantly improve monitoring of overall progress in PPPs in infrastructure at both central and state levels through well-knit databases;

·              Increase awareness among potential private sector partners about the project cycle of PPP projects in infrastructure, and the expectations of Government with respect to value for money; and

·              Over the long term, an increase in private sector participation in infrastructure development and management throughout the country.


The selected entities will be provided assistance for a period of approximately three years in the form of:


·            One PPP Expert on an individual basis focusing on project financial analysis and risk management;

·            One Management Information Systems expert (on an individual basis) focusing on information management and

·            A panel of three legal experts on retainer basis (expected input: intermittent over the year but approximately 6-7 months throughout the year) to provide legal expertise on PPPs



  1.  The States wishing to avail this Technical Assistance are required to enter into an MOU with DEA detailing steps that would be taken to promote PPPs in the State.
  2.  The MOU requires the State Government to:

a.   Set up a PPP Cell as the nodal agency for processing all PPP projects in the State with a designated PPP Nodal Officer and defined scope of work.

b.   Develop a robust shelf of projects amenable for PPPs and adhere to the following set of targets on the level of PPPs in the State:

                                                                         i.    During 2007-08 – bid out at least 3 projects with a total cost of Rs.750 crores or more in atleast two sectors;

                                                                       ii.    During 2008-09 – bid out at least 5 projects with a total cost of Rs.1,250 crores or more in atleast three sectors;

                                                                    iii.    During 2009-10 – bid out at least 5 projects with a total cost of Rs.1,500 crores or more in atleast four sectors.

c. Commit to establish such policies and regulatory and governance frameworks in the identified infrastructure sectors to enable a transparent and effective private sector participation

d. Prepare a "Plan of PPP projects" in conjunction with its Annual Plan.

e.   Commit to

   (i) adopt standard concession agreements for PPP projects in defined infrastructure sectors;

   (ii) adopt competitive bidding procedures for bidding and awarding of infrastructure projects under defined rules and procedures according to best international commercial practices and GOI guidelines;

   (iii) designate a State-level dispute resolution mechanismfor the speedy resolution of disputes relating to PPP projects; and

  (iv) adopt formal State policies on environment, resettlement and social safeguards with respect to the implementation of infrastructure projects, according to best international commercial practices.

News & Events
08 Feb 2019 : Machilipatnam Port Project Kicks Off   
19 Nov 2018 : Infra Project Cost Overruns   
07 Aug 2017 : Large Forex Reserves   
21 Jul 2017 : Government nod to build 34 Logistics Parks   
14 Nov 2016 : NHAI to Offer Risk Cover to Woo Investors for Toll Roads''Auction   
11 Nov 2016 : Private sector interest in road projects set to revive Gadkari   
11 Nov 2016 : Rs.25 lakh crore Investment in Infra in 5 Years   
28 Oct 2016 : Poor contracts in PPP will not stand   
28 Oct 2016 : Renewable Power Crosses A Milestone   
28 Oct 2016 : UMPPs to be Insulated from Swings in Fuel Cost   
27 Oct 2016 : Bank Takeover of Ailing Power Units not Enough   
27 Oct 2015 : Government to address issues hurting PPPs in Infrastructure   
28 Aug 2015 : PRE PROPOSAL MEET/CONFERENCE for prospects of development of various Ariel passenger ropeways in Himachal Pradesh.,  More...   
19 Mar 2015 : 224 projects see cost overruns of Rs.2.00 lakh crores   
11 Mar 2015 : Distribution the key and Generation is easy   
06 Mar 2015 : CRDA Outline map   
16 Jul 2014 : EOI for O and M of the Club House in the Trivandrum International Stadium.   
14 Jul 2014 : RFQ for development of 10 premium Bus Stations in Uttar Pradesh under DBFOT basis,  More...   
24 Jun 2014 : EOI for Development of Integrated Township at Jatni, Bhubaneswar   
01 Mar 2014 : RFQ for Development of International Airport at Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh,  More...   
08 Feb 2016 : Siliguri Jalpaiguri Development Authority,  More...   
30 Dec 2015 : Centre readies infra war chest.   
29 Dec 2015 : Steps Mooted to Revive Stuck PPP Projects   
05 Nov 2015 : US Firm offers solar power at all time low tariff to A.P. (Electricity Tariff)   
02 Nov 2015 : Till Debt Do Us Part   
28 Oct 2015 : Centre Plans 100 Projects 28102015   
28 Oct 2015 : How to Salvage PPP In Infrastructure 28102015   
08 Jan 2015 : Key takeaways on Road Sector Projects.   


--Upcoming Projects--

Development of Beach Road from Bhogapuram to Bheemli.
Development of World Class Theme Park at Nagarjuna Sagar, Andhra Pradesh.
Distilleries At Visakhapatnam and Chittoor.
Four laning of Hyderabad-Guntur Road from km. 239.710 to 288.750 (Kondamodu-Peecherla Section.
IGIAT Multi Skill Development Centre, Pulivendula.
PCPIR- Expressway- Visakhapatnam to Kakinada Road Project.
Two laning Kurnool-Guntur Road.
Urban Slum Health Care Project.
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