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The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban) Mission, launched on 25th June 2015, is a transformative initiative aimed at providing housing for all individuals residing in urban areas by a specified year. This mission is a significant step towards addressing the housing needs of the urban population and ensuring that every eligible family and beneficiary has access to affordable and quality housing. The core objective of the PMAY(U) Mission is to facilitate the construction of houses for individuals who fall under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category and require support in securing suitable accommodation. Central to the implementation of the PMAY(U) Mission is the provision of Central Assistance to the designated implementing agencies, including States/Union Territories (UTs) and Central Nodal Agencies (CNAs). These entities play a crucial role in executing the mission’s objectives and ensuring that eligible families and beneficiaries receive the necessary support to acquire housing. Through coordinated efforts and strategic partnerships with implementing agencies, the PMAY(U) Mission aims to fulfill the validated demand for houses, estimated to be approximately 1.12 crore, thereby addressing the housing shortage prevalent in urban areas.

 

In alignment with the guidelines established by the PMAY(U) Mission, the size of a house designated for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) is stipulated to be up to 30 square meters in carpet area. This standardized measurement ensures that housing provided under the mission meets the basic requirements and standards for comfortable living conditions. However, States/UTs are granted the flexibility to adjust the size of houses based on specific regional needs and considerations. Any modifications to the house size must be made in consultation with and approval from the Ministry overseeing the PMAY(U) Mission, thereby ensuring consistency and adherence to established guidelines while accommodating unique circumstances and requirements at the local level. The flexibility granted to States/UTs in determining the size of houses under the PMAY(U) Mission reflects the mission’s commitment to tailoring solutions to meet the diverse housing needs across different regions. By allowing for customization based on local factors and demands, the mission can address specific challenges and optimize housing outcomes for eligible beneficiaries. This adaptive approach underscores the mission’s responsiveness to varying socio-economic conditions and urban landscapes, thereby enhancing the effectiveness and impact of the housing initiatives undertaken as part .