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What is PPP?

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Description: PPP stands for Public Private Partnership.It is a partnership of government with a private sector for development of infrastructure projects like Roads, Airports, Power Plant, Telecom Systems Etc. Design-Build (DB): The private-sector partner designs and builds the infrastructure to meet the public-sector partner's specifications, often for a fixed price. The private-sector partner assumes all risk.Operation & Maintenance Contract (O & M): The private-sector partner, under contract, operates a publicly-owned asset for a specific period of time. The public partner retains ownership of the assets.Design-Build-Finance-Operate (DBFO): The private-sector partner designs, finances and constructs a new infrastructure component and operates/maintains it under a long-term lease. The private-sector partner transfers the infrastructure component to the public-sector partner when the lease is up.Build-Own-Operate (BOO): The private-sector partner finances, builds, owns and operates the infrastructure component in perpetuity. The public-sector partner's constraints are stated in the original agreement and through on-going regulatory authority.Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT): The private-sector partner is granted authorization to finance, design, build and operate an infrastructure component (and to charge user fees) for a specific period of time, after which ownership is transferred back to the public-sector partner.Buy-Build-Operate (BBO): This publicly-owned asset is legally transferred to a private-sector partner for a designated period of time.Build-lease-operate-transfer (BLOT): The private-sector partner designs, finances and builds a facility on leased public land. The private-sector partner operates the facility for the duration of the land lease. When the lease expires, assets are transferred to the public-sector partner.Operation License: The private-sector partner is granted a license or other expression of legal permission to operate a public service, usually for a specified term. (This model is often used in IT projects.)Finance Only: The private-sector partner, usually a financial services company, funds the infrastructure component and charges the public-sector partner interest for use of the funds.About us. TMC AV is team of Young startup Businessman Mr. Tejas Chandurkar.We will be uploading several episodes regarding business development and even organizing many events for the same.Our Sponsors. TN infotech.Vijayalakshmi Metal Pvt. Ltd.Bigfun Worldwide.C9 Fashion,Bandra West.Subway, CBD Belapur.Tejas Service Apartment, Kolhapur.Vijaya Automobiles, Uran.Vijaya Enterprises, Mumbai,
Duration: 4 minutes and 35 seconds
Rating: 8/10 - Good
Definition: HD
Published: January 26, 2017
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