India is the highest-ranking developing country for PPP implementation, reflecting significant project experience and continued efforts to improve both regulations and public sector capacity. India has completed hundreds of PPP project over the last decade, particularly in energy and transportation sector. The current government also shifted from being a provider to an enabler in this matter. Each state has its own PPP acts/policy. But not all the states have accepted PPPs as a priority.

Under Ministry of Finance as a part of Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), the PPP Cell provides central coordination of PPPs. Also in 2011 DEA produced a draft national policy along with PPP rules, which are still in an ongoing consultation process. In 2010, a National PPP Capacity Building Programme was launched and public officers had training under the scheme. In order to assist project preparation and decision making the government has published a series of guidance papers as well as a PPP Toolkit.

Indian Infrastructure Project Development Fund (IIPDF) is in charge of funding for project preparation. PPP Cell and the PPP Approval Committee (PPPAC) review the project proposals. State owned banks and financial institutions are the mainstay of infrastructure finance.

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