JDA New Flat Scheme 2020 {जयपुर जेडीए आवासीय योजना}

Updated on Jul 25, 2020

Overview

The Jaipur Development Authority or JDA has launched the JDA new flat scheme. The scheme is for the poor people of Jaipur. Under this scheme, the poor residents of Jaipur can apply for residential plots. Only economically backward residents can apply for this scheme. The plots will be given by lottery after appropriate registration. 

The Jaipur development authority has established itself as the pioneer of growth and expansion yet again by launching this scheme. It has started a lot of other schemes too. They have also launched numerous plans and schemes for reducing pollution, road traffic reduction and maintenance, public convenience, improvement of flyovers and bridges, construction of roads, etc. 

Objective

The sole purpose of the scheme is to develop the overall lifestyle of the economically backward citizens of the state. The house and flat rates are very high in Jaipur. And to solve that problem of the EWS, LIG, and BPL category people, the state government has come up with this scheme. This way, everyone can get a house of their dreams. They will be provided with flats by a lottery system so that everyone gets an equal chance, and the whole process stays transparent. However, only eligible citizens can apply for this scheme.

JDA has selected eleven areas in Jaipur for giving plots. The total number of plots is 1448. There are full 359 plots for people belonging to the MIG and LIG category. Lal Sukhadia Nagar has around 194 plots, Priyadarshini Nagar Estuary has 165 plots, and the rest of the plots are at Dahmikhurd, Sanganer and Ajmer road. The plots will be given to eligible beneficiaries who win the lucky draw lottery. 

Eligibility Criteria

  • If applying for LIG-A, the annual income must be INR 3 lakhs of the applicant’s entire family.
  • If using for LIG-B, the annual income must be in between INR 3 to 6 lakhs of the applicant’s whole family.
  • If applying for the MIG category, the annual income must be in between INR 6 lakhs to 10 lakhs.
  • The applicant should be a citizen of the state of Rajasthan.
  • The applicant must be older than the age of 18.
  • The individual must have a bank account under his/her name.
  • The applicant’s husband/ wife/ any other dependant should not possess any other land or house in the state.
  • The JDA shouldn’t give any home or plot to the individual on his/her name for the past ten years.

Documents Required

  • Aadhaar card of the applicant and their spouse
  • Passbook of Bank or Post Office
  • Voter Identity card. 
  • Ration Card. 
  • Passbook of Kisan Photo
  • Passports
  • Motor Vehicles Act of 1988
  • Driving license
  • Pan Card or Permanent Account Number
  • Job Card of MNREGA 
  • Any identity card provided by any public sector or government undertakings.
  • Any identity card is given by the Union Territory Administration or State Government
  • Any identity card issued by Gazetted Officer of the Naka Government Head.
  • Health care is granted by the Government Hospital or Primary Health Centre
  • Application Fees
  • The applicants will have to provide INR 500 as the registration fee for the scheme. The individual must pay these fees during registration. They can pay through Net Banking, Debit Card, Credit Card, or by submitting the money in E-Mitra Kiosk. If the individual does not get the plot, then the entire registration fee must be given back to the person.

Category wise Reservation

Category 

Reservation

State/Central Government Employee

10%

Scheduled Caste

6%

Scheduled Tribe

9%

PWD

5%

Journalists

2%

Soldiers/ Ex-servicemen or their family  

10%

Unreserved 

58%

Details of the Plots

Location

 Number of Flats 

Area

Expected Price

GH 1 & GH-2, Anand Vihar, Zone 12, Ajmer Road

236

455 sq ft. 

INR 765000.00

GH-5 & GH-6 Anand Vihar, Zone 12, Ajmer Road

316

444 sq ft.

INR 746000.00

A-9 & A-13 Surya Nagar, Zone 14, Vatika Road

256

  449 sq ft.   

INR 755000.00

A-2 & A-6 Surya Nagar, Zone 14, Vatika Road

256

449 sq ft.

INR 755000.00

GH-1, Kheda Jagannathpura, Zone 14, Mahal Road

384

447 sq ft. 

INR 751000.00

Official Website for JDA New Flat Scheme

You will be able to view the official website here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is JDA?

JDA is Jaipur Department Authority of Rajasthan, which works towards the development of the citizens of Jaipur by providing them with various schemes and numerous development programs for the up-gradation of the city. The authority regulates under the state government of Rajasthan.

Q. What is the aim of JDA?

The Jaipur Department Authority was implemented by the state government of Rajasthan with the sole purpose of planning and developing the town similar to any metropolitan city in India. The only goal is to create and change the face of the city by making numerous schemes and projects.

Q. What is the JDA New Flat Scheme?

The JDA New Flat Scheme is for poor people of Jaipur. Under this scheme, the poor residents of Jaipur can apply for residential plots. Only economically backward residents can apply for this scheme. The plots will be given by lottery after appropriate registration. 

Q. What is the objective of the scheme?

The sole purpose of the scheme is to develop the overall lifestyle of the economically backward citizens of the state. The house and flat rates are very high in Jaipur. And to solve that problem of the EWS, LIG, and BPL category people, the state government has come up with this scheme. 

Q. What are the selected areas under the scheme?

JDA has selected eleven areas in Jaipur for giving plots. The total number of plots is 1448. There are full 359 plots for people belonging to the MIG and LIG category. Lal Sukhadia Nagar has around 194 plots, Priyadarshini Nagar Estuary has 165 plots, and the rest of the plots are at Dahmikhurd, Sanganer and Ajmer road. The plots will be given to eligible beneficiaries who win the lucky draw lottery. 

Q. Is it mandatory to be a citizen of the state?

Yes, the applicant must be a citizen of the state.

Q. Is it necessary to have a Voter ID?

Yes, it is necessary.


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WRITTEN BYVarsha Verma

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