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“Urban India is experiencing a rapid and dramatic transformation. Out of the total population of 1210 million in 2011, about 380 million people lived in urban areas, and this is expected to increase to 600 million by 2030. As a growing number of the world’s population move to the cities, there is a need for urban quality of life indicators that may determine and enable comparative analysis within and among cities, so that the social, environmental, economic, and cultural dimensions can ultimately progress.
This rapid urbanization offers an incredible window for transformation & growth, but it also brings with it, the challenges such as stress on civic infrastructure, overcrowding and ghettoization, deteriorating air and water quality, inequality & unemployment, waste management, etc. In order to tackle these challenges, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Government of India has launched several initiatives such as the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban), Smart Cities Mission, AMRUT, PMAY, DAY-NULM, HRIDAY and Urban Transport. These missions collectively seek to improve the quality of life for India’s urban citizens through improving urban governance, city planning, and the availability and quality of urban infrastructure. ...
To help assess the progress made in cities through these various initiatives and empower them to use evidence to plan, implement & monitor their performance, the Ministry has launched an Urban Outcomes Frameworks 2022, comprising of Indices i.e., Ease of Living Index (EoLI), Municipal Performance Index (MPI), Climate Smart Cities Assessment Framework (CSCAF), Data Maturity Assessment Framework (DMAF) and Expert Suggestions. These indices are designed to assess the quality of life of citizens in 266 Indian Cities.
The prime objective in the formulation of these indices is to assess the selected cities across diversified sectors and to shift focus from indices to data with an extensive list of indicators.
As part of the Ease of Living Index Assessment, a Citizen Perception Survey is being conducted on behalf of the Ministry. This is a crucial component of the assessment process, as it will aid in directly capturing the perception of citizens with respect to the quality of life in their cities. This survey is being administered both online and offline. On behalf of MoHUA, we would like to express our appreciation to you for taking time off from your daily routine and sharing with us your valuable feedback through this survey.” Read more
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