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Private Public Partnership In Indian Infrastructure Development & Different Type Of Risk Involve In It Mainly Highlighting Financial Risk

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Introduction:
Public Private Partnerships offer a unique and innovative method of involving the private sector in the nation building activity and in accelerating the delivery of public goods and services of high quality through joint enterprises, without spreading the limited available resources too thin. The Eleventh Five Year Plan has estimated that in order to sustain the envisaged high annual growth rate, the investments in the infrastructure sector will have to be of massive proportions. It would be impossible for the public sector to meet such huge commitments in view of its limited capability for additional capital mobilization. The anticipated shortfall of at least 30 percent of the estimated total plan requirements3, which itself will be of a huge magnitude will have to be met by seeking active private sector involvement in the development of the infrastructure sector. Public Private Partnership (PPP) will be an attractive option in meeting this challenge.

Private sector participation in infrastructure development is not, however, a simple matter. It requires a framework that can enable the private sector to secure a reasonable return at manageable risk, assure the user of adequate service quality at an affordable cost, and facilitate the Government in procuring value for public money. These conditions are more difficult to fulfil than is commonly realized. Because of multiple stakeholders pursuing conflicting interests, risk mitigation arrangements are usually complex. Inadequate preparatory work in relation to the framework for PPP projects, identification of projects, selection of private participants, preparation of strategic plan and project reports, drafting of contracts and other associated activities will only lead to excessive transaction costs, years of delay in project implementation, inadequate quality, and large contingent liabilities to the Government. A project beset with such problems even after completion can get enmeshed in a high cost low demand syndrome.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 85
Package Includes: Synopsis/Project Proposal + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 3: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS
RECOMMENDATIONS/SUGGESTIONS
CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY


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