The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is responsible for creating basic infrastructure for Jaipur’s development that augments the sustainable growth of the city. Jaipur Vikas Pradhikaran was constituted under the Jaipur Development Authority Act, 1982. Like any other development authority, JDA too offers housing schemes that will provide housing to the Jaipur residents at an affordable rate.
Jaipur Development Authority has certain objectives to fulfil, and they are:
Construction of bridges, parking places, and flyovers for the infrastructure development in Jaipur
Development of housing schemes and commercial projects
City Master Plan preparation and implementation
Kachchi Basti rehabilitation and development
Development of basic amenities like community centres, parks, and ring roads
Transport facilities development
Development of the rural areas around Jaipur
Developing and implementing eco-friendly schemes and road-side plantations for environmental development
Preparation and implementation of guidelines for colonisation
The JDA Housing scheme registration procedure can be completed online in a few steps. Here is the step-by-step process:
Step 1: Visit the official Jaipur Development Authority website
Step 2: Go to the menu bar on the top and select the ‘Citizen Service’ option
Step 3: Click on ‘e-schemes’. You will be directed to the page with the JDA housing scheme application form.
Step 4: Click on ‘Proceed’
Step 5: Click on the link to apply for registration that you can find on the new page that opens
Step 6: Enter your details like name and an active phone number on the fresh page that appears on the screen
Step 7: Click on ‘Send OTP’
Step 8: Type in the OTP sent to your mobile number Now, you will be redirected to the JDA Housing scheme form. Enter details in the necessary fields on the form.
Step 9: Click on ‘Next’
Step 10: Now, a list of all the residential schemes will appear on your screen
Step 11: Select the option you want from the list
Step 12: To finish the JDA login process, select the annual income category
To register for any of the Jaipur Urban Development Authority residential schemes, you have to submit a list of documents. Let us take a look at them here.
Driving licence or voter ID or passport
School transfer certificate
Applicant’s income certificate
To apply for a JDA Housing Scheme, the applicant should belong to Low Income Group (LIGs) or Middle Income Group (MIGs).
Let us take a look at the details of the common criteria here:
JDA housing scheme is exclusive to the residents of Rajasthan
To be eligible to apply for this scheme, the applicant should be above 18 years of age
Applicant must have a bank account in their name
Applicant should not have any other house or plot allotted to their name in the past 10 years
Applicant/s or their dependents, including husband, wife, or parents, should not own any other house in any other state
Now, let us check the category-specific yearly income criteria that should be met to become eligible for the JDA housing scheme.
The yearly income limit of the applicant and their family should be ₹3 Lakhs under the LIG-A JDA scheme
The yearly income limit of the applicant and their family should be between ₹3 Lakhs and ₹6 Lakhs under the LIG-B JDA scheme
The yearly income limit of the applicant and their family should be between ₹6 Lakhs and ₹10 Lakhs under the MIG scheme
Follow the below-mentioned steps to view all the latest and past approved building plans from JDA.
Step 1: Go to the official Jaipur Development Authority website
Step 2: From the top menu and select ‘Town Planning’
Step 3: Now, choose ‘Approved Building Plans’
Step 4: From the drop-down menu, click on ‘List of Approved Building Plans’ A new page will appear with a list of years along with a view button next to each year.
Step 5: Click on the ‘View’ button next to the year of your choice
Now, a list of the chosen year’s approved building plans will open in PDF format. You can download the PDF to your system if needed.
If you wish to raise queries and complaints, you can contact the JDA via the following channels:
+91-141-2569696 (Extension 8801)
Enforcement Control Room Helpline
Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) Head Office, Ram Kishor Vyas Bhawan, Indra Circle, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India - 302004
A JDA approval indicates that the particular project is examined, analysed, and processed by the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) before making it accessible to the general public. JDA is responsible for creating basic infrastructure, along with preparing and implementing master plans for the development of Jaipur city.
If you wish to file a complaint, you can contact the JDA via its dedicated enforcement helpline number +91 41 2575151. Or, you can also write an email and send it to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can visit the JDA head office at Ram Kishor Vyas Bhawan, Indra Circle, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India - 302004.
To qualify for the LIG-A JDA scheme, your family’s annual income should be below ₹3 Lakhs. For the LIG-B scheme, your family’s annual income should fall between ₹3 Lakhs and ₹6 Lakhs. If you’re applying for the MIG scheme, your family’s income should be between ₹6 Lakhs and ₹10 Lakhs.
In order to qualify for the JDA housing scheme, you must be a resident of Rajasthan with an active bank account and at least 18 years of age. You shouldn’t have had any JDA approved a house or plot in your name in the last 10 years. Lastly, you can qualify for JDA housing scheme benefits only if you and your dependents don’t own properties in Rajasthan or any other state.
Yes, a nominal registration fee of ₹500 is applicable. However, this fee is refunded if you don’t receive a plot allotment.
JDA offers a range of online services for citizens of Rajasthan including the issuance of freehold patta, lease deeds, and name transfer/substitution in property. Citizens can also apply for reconstitution/sub-division of property, convert their lease deeds into freehold patta and obtain One Time Lease Certificates (OTLCs) from the website. While some of these services are free of charge, others require a nominal processing fee payment.