(1)Mission Document (MD) :
(2)Social Mobilization and Institution Development (SM&ID) : size:( 6.67 MB)
NULM envisages universal social mobilization of urban poor into Self-Help Groups (SHGs) and organizing them into federations. At least one member from each urban poor household, preferably a woman, should be brought under the Self-Help Group network in a time-bound manner. These groups will serve as a support system for the poor, to meet their financial and social needs. City Livelihood Centres (CLCs) will be established in Mission cities to provide a platform whereby the urban poor can market their services and access information on self-employment, skill training and other benefits.
(3)Capacity Building and Training (CB&T): size:( 4.82 MB)
A key objective of NULM is to transform the role of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and State Agencies in charge of urban poverty alleviation into providers of high quality technical assistance in the fields of urban livelihoods promotion and urban poverty alleviation. NULM will establish a dedicated implementation structure with high quality technical assistance to implement NULM at different level. Focused attention will be taken care of to strengthen implementation of the Mission, monitoring, evaluation, social audit and capacity building etc. in the States and UTs to achieve the goals.
(4)Employment through Skills Training and Placement (EST&P): size:( 2.76 MB)
EST&P component under NULM is designed to provide skills to the unskilled urban poor as well as to upgrade their existing skills. The program will provide skill training to the urban poor so that they can set up self-employment ventures or secure salaried employment. The program intends to fill the gap between the demand and availability of local skills by providing skill training programs as required by the market.
(5)Self-Employment Programme (SEP): size:( 3.77 MB)
SEP component willfocus on financial assistance to individuals/groups of urban poor for setting up gainful self-employment ventures/ micro-enterprises suited to their skills, training, aptitude and local conditions. This assistance will be in the form of interest subsidy on bank loans for setting up of projects by individual micro enterprises and for group enterprises.
(6)Support to Urban Street Vendors (SUSV): size:( 2.68 MB)
This component aims at skilling of street vendors, support micro-enterprise development, credit enablement and pro-vending urban planning along with supporting social security options for vulnerable groups such as women, SCs/STs and minorities. Up to 5% of the total NULM budget will be spent on this component which will cover pro-vending urban planning, development of vendors market, credit enablement of vendors, socio-economic survey of street vendors, skill development and micro enterprises development, and convergence with social assistance under various schemes of the Government.
(7)Scheme of Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH): size:( 2.73 MB)
SUH aims to provide permanent shelter with all other essential services to the urban homeless. The shelter will be a permanent all-weather 24 X 7 shelter for the urban homeless. For every one lakh urban population, provisions should be made for permanent community shelters for a minimum of one hundred persons. Depending upon local conditions each shelter could cater to between 50 or more persons.
(8)Innovative and Special Projects (ISP): size:( 0.15 MB)
This component will focus on the promotion of novel initiatives in the form of innovative projects. These initiatives may be in the nature of pioneering efforts, aimed at catalyzing sustainable approaches to urban livelihoods through Public, Private, Community Partnership (P-P-C-P), demonstrating a promising methodology or making a distinct impact on the urban poverty situation through scalable initiatives.
Amendments in Operational Guidelines of DAY-NULM (22nd August, 2016) size:( 0.99 MB)
Amendments in Operational Guidelines of Self-Employment Programme (SEP) component of DAY-NULM (15th June, 2016) size:( 0.71 MB)
Amendments in Operational guidelines of Employment through Skill Training and Placement (EST&P) component of NULM based on Common Norms for Skill Development Schemes prescribed by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MoSDE)-reg.(18 February 2016) size:( 6.4 MB)
Amendments in Operational Guidelines of Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH) under NULM (7th December, 2015) size:( 5.57 MB)
Amendments in Operational Guidelines of NULM in EST&P, SM&ID, CB &T and in SUH in the first meeting of Governing Council held on 24th June 2015 (3rd August, 2015) size:( 3.15 MB)