The sustained economic growth of India depends on sustainable infrastructure development in all the sectors of economy. India has a very large infrastructure need and an associated funding gap. There fore this study will explain the detailed description of public private partnership process that can help both to meet the infrastructure need and to fill the funding gap. Physical infrastructure, such as roads, water and sanitation networks and transportation systems involve large investments that can put a strain on the public purse. This strain is especially great countries such as India, whose economies is undergoing rapid development and urbanization and have a great need for expanded infrastructure. This study will provide the background material on public private partnerships and on a number of important issues that public private practitioners should be aware of. The analysis of Hyderabad metro rail project explains how the metropolitan city is going to be developed in the upcoming years in terms of its infrastructure which has started its operations of construction considering the seriousness of the traffic congestion on the roads and increased level of air pollution.
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Mohd Azher Parvez, G. Anil Kumar. Public private Partnership for Infrastructure Growth in India-A study of Hyderabad metro Rail Project. Asian Journal of Management. 2020;11(2):193-200. doi: 10.5958/2321-5763.2020.00030.X
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