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CGEWHO: Details of Housing Scheme for Government Employees

Written By Easy Life on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 | 2/11/2014 01:19:00 PM

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION
LOK SABHA

STARRED QUESTION NO 207
ANSWERED ON 05.02.2014

HOUSING SCHEME FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
207 . Shri CHAUHAN MAHENDRASINH

Will the Minister of HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION be pleased to state:-
(a) whether Central Government Employees’ Welfare Housing Organisation (CGEWHO) undertakes housing projects for the Central Government employees in different parts of the country;
(b) if so, the details thereof including the projects in progress and under planning;
(c) whether the CGEWHO has conducted any survey to assess the requirement/ shortage of houses for the Central Government employees;
(d) if so, the details and the outcome thereof; and
(e) the steps taken/ proposed to be taken by the Government to address the issue?
ANSWER
(a): Yes, Madam.
(b): The details are at Annexure-I.
(c): Yes.
(d): Central Government Employees’ Welfare Housing Organisation (CGEWHO) has conducted demand survey in respect of 20 stations in August 2009, the details of which are at Annexure II.
(e): Since its inception in 1990, the CGEWHO has been able to complete 29 housing projects across the country, catering to 13345 Central Government employees. Besides, the construction of 6010 dwelling units is under progress and under planning. Further projects will be based on the availability of land by the respective State Government entities. In the absence of land not being provided by the State Governments, CGEWHO would consider taking up feasible turnkey projects.


Annexure-I

CGEWHO has completed 40 projects consisting of 38 housing projects consisting of 19355 DUs and two institutional projects as per details given below at various locations in different parts of the country :

Completed Projects :

a)Housing Projects
S.No. Station No. of Dwelling Units (DUs) Year of Completion
1 Chennai (Ph I), Tamil Nadu 524 1995
2 Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 384 1996
3 Panchkula (Ph I), Haryana 98 1997
4 Kolkata (Ph I), West Bengal 576 1997
5 NOIDA (Ph I), UP 692 1997
6 NOIDA (Ph II), UP 508 1998
7 Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 1230 1998
8 Gurgaon (Ph I), Haryana 1088 1999
9 Chandigarh, UT 305 2000
10 Bangalore, Karnataka 603 2001
11 Hyderabad (Ph I), Andhra Pradesh 344 2001
12 Kochi, Cochin 43 2001
13 Gurgaon (Ph II), Haryana 852 2002
14 Pune (Ph I), Maharashtra 159 2003
15 NOIDA (Ph III), UP 980 2003
16 NOIDA (Ph IV), UP 720 2005
17 Ahmedabad, Gujarat 310 2005
18 Jaipur (Ph I), Rajasthan 184 2005
19 Hyderabad (Ph II), Andhra Pradesh 178 2006
20 Panchkula (Ph II), Haryana 240 2006
21 NOIDA (Ph V), UP 576 2007
22 Lucknow, UP 130 2008
23 Pune (Ph II), Maharashtra 148 2008
24 Chennai (Ph II), Tamil Nadu 572 2012
25 Jaipur (Ph II), Rajasthan 572 2012
26 Hyderabad (Ph III), Andhra Pradesh 380 2012
27 Bhubaneswar (Ph I), Orissa 256 2013
28 Mohali (Ph I), Punjab 603 2013
29 Meerut (Ph I), UP    90 2013

Total 13345
b.  Institutional Projects


1 Army Institute of Management & Technology (Ph I)
               2005
2 Army Institute of Management & Technology  (Ph II)
               2007
Projects in progress are as below :

1 Kolkata (Ph II) 582 DUs
2 Mohali (Ph II) 615 DUs
3 Bhubaneswar (Ph II) 240 DUs
4 Greater NOIDA 2130 DUs

Total 3567 DUs
Projects under planning :

1 Chennai (Ph III) 1220 DUs
2 Meerut (Ph II) 600 DUs
3 SAS Nagar, Mohali 226 DUs
4 Vishakhapatnam (Ph I) 250 DUs
5 Mohali (Ph III) 147 DUs

Total 2443 DUs

Annexure-II

The demand survey has been conducted by CGEWHO in August 2009 for following 20 stations:

i) Chandigarh
ii)  Pune
iii) Patna
iv) Dehradun
v) Nagpur
vi) Thiruvanathapuram
vii) Mysore
viii) Shimla
ix) Jabalpur
x)    Guwahati
xi) Ranchi
xii) Vadodara
xiii) Bhopal
xiv) Goa
xv) Agra
xvi) Allahabad
xvii) Indore
xviii) Raipur
xix) Siliguri
xx) Jammu

The response received from prospective beneficiaries was analyzed and the stations categorized as under :
i) Category I – More than 500 applicants
ii) Category II – Between 1 to 500 applicants
iii) Category III – Less than 100 applicants
The details are as under:
Station No. of applications received
Category I
i) Chandigarh
ii) Pune
iii) Patna
iv) Dehradun
v) Nagpur
vi) Thiruvanthapuram

2012
1608
960
954
792
621
Category II
i) Mysore
ii) Shimla
iii) Jabalpur
iv) Guwahati
v) Ranchi
vi) Vadodra
vii) Bhopal
viii) Goa

334
244
239
226
195
170
139
127
Category III
i) Agra
ii) Allahabad
iii) Indore
iv) Raipur
v) Siliguri
vi) Jammu

96
90
73
69
62
42


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