The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister of India had approved in February 2019 the implementation of Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana – Gramin (PMAY-G) beyond March, 2019 (PMAY-G) Phase-II as follows:
Total target for construction of 1.95 crore houses under PMAY-G Phase-II upto 2022.
Continuation of rural housing scheme Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana - Gramin (PMAY-G) in Phase-ll till 2019-20 as per the existing norms of PMAY-G Phase-l, with a target of 60 lakh houses involving financial implication of Rs.76,500 crore (Central Share of Rs. 48,195 crore and State share of Rs.28,305 crore)Continuation of the scheme beyond 2019-20 upto 2021-22 in the next finance commission cycle, after due appraisal and approval based on third party evaluation of scheme/programme as per the extant procedure.
Inclusion of additional eligible households from the final Awaas+ list into the Permanent Wait List (PWL) of PMAY-G, with a ceiling of 1.95 Cr, on priority for those States / UTs where PWL is exhausted and allocate target to these States / UTs with the approval of the Minister of Rural Development in consultation with the Ministry of Finance.
Continuation of Program Management Unit (PMU) and National Technical Support Agency (NTSA) till 2019-20.
Borrowing for additional financial requirement through existing mechanism of EBR till the validity of the scheme.
Reduction in administrative expenses from 4% to 2% of programme funds. 2% of the programme funds allocated for administrative component, shall be bifurcated. 0.30% of the programme funds shall be retained at the central level and the remaining 1.70% of the programme funds shall be released to the States/UTs as Administrative Fund.
The left out rural households who are homeless and / or living in dilapidated houses subject to a ceiling of 1.95 crore would be provided pucca houses by 2022.
Source: PIB, Government of India