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Citizen Perception Survey Counts

32,21,334

Total Citizen Feedback

95,931

Face 2 Face

18,845

MyGov

31,06,558

Online Feedback

#MyCityMyPride
The People's Movement

13,33,278

Social Media Reach

10,95,054

Total Impressions

4,602

Total Mentions

4,142

Total Tweets

Ease of Living 2019

Urban India is experiencing a rapid and dramatic transformation. Out of the total population of 1210 million in 2011, about 380 million persons lived in urban areas, and this is expected to increase to 600 million by 2030. This rapid urbanisation offers and incredible window for transformation & growth, but it also brings with it challenges such as stress on civic infrastructure, overcrowding and ghettoization, deteriorating air and water quality, inequality and unemployment... , waste management , etc. In order to tackle these challenges, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, 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 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 two Assessment Frameworks, viz. Ease of  Living Index (EoLI) and Municipal Performance Index (MPI) 2019. Both these indices are designed to assess quality of life of citizens in 100 Smart Cities and 14 other Million Plus Cities.
As part of the Ease of Living Index Assessment, a Citizen Perception Survey is being conducted on behalf of the Ministry. This is a very important component of the assessment exercise as it will help in directly capturing perception of citizens with respect to quality of life in their cities. This survey, which is being administered both online and offline, will commence from the 16th of January 2020 and will continue till the end of February 2020. 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.Urban India is experiencing a rapid and dramatic transformation. Out of the total population of 1210 million in 2011, about 380 million persons lived in urban areas, and this is expected to increase to 600 million by 2030. This rapid urbanisation offers and incredible window for transformation & growth, but it also brings with it challenges such as stress on civic infrastructure, overcrowding and ghettoization, deteriorating air and water quality, inequality and unemployment, waste management, etc. In order to tackle these challenges, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, 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 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 two Assessment Frameworks, viz. Ease of  Living Index (EoLI) and Municipal Performance Index (MPI) 2019. Both these indices are designed to assess quality of life of citizens in 100 Smart Cities and 14 other Million Plus Cities.
As part of the Ease of Living Index Assessment, a Citizen Perception Survey is being conducted on behalf of the Ministry. This is a very important component of the assessment exercise as it will help in directly capturing perception of citizens with respect to quality of life in their cities. This survey, which is being administered both online and offline, will commence from the 16th of January 2020 and will continue till the end of February 2020. 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.
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