The Brand New Faces of Indian Youth

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TYPES AND PRICES OF DWELLING UNITS IN LACS AT VARIOUS STATIONS
DETAILS OF ONGOING PROJECTS

PRESENTLY VACANCIES EXIST– Allahabad (both AR & JJAY), Ambala, Belgaum(JJAY), Coimbatore, Jabalpur, Lucknow Mohali, Nainital, Secunderabad JJAY & Thiruvananthapuram
PRESENTLY REGISTRATION IS OPEN ONLY FOR WAIT LIST FOR ALLOTMENT AGAINST WITHDRAWAL/CANCELLATION – Bangalore (Whitefield), Bhubaneshwar (Ph-II), Dehradun (JJAY), Goa, Greater Noida, Gurgaon49, Jaipur Ph-VI, Kolkata, Ludhiana, Panchkula-27, Pune Ph-II and Secunderabad (All categories) JAI JAWAN AWAS YOJNA – Only serving JCOs and OR can apply
ALLAHABAD (KALINDIPURAM) • DSU • LXA • SDA • DXA Present Status - Under Planning 40.00 38.00 37.00 29.00

BATHINDA (Only for serving/retired JCOs/OR & their widows) • Type A • Type B Present Status – Under Planning 16.45 10.15

JABALPUR [even as additional DU on priority – II, wait list registrants under AR/SS can also apply • Independent Bungalows (IB) • Duplex Units (DUP) • SDA • MDA Present Status – Under Planning 35.00 39.20 26.00 22.00

NAINITAL (KHURPATAL) (EVEN AS ADDITIONAL DU) • MDA • SFA Present Status - PDC Dec 2011 PANCHKULA (SECTOR-27) 32.32 24.01

BELGAUM (JAI JAWAN AWAS YOJNA) (Only for serving/retired JCOs/OR & their widows) • JJA 8.50 Present Status - PDC Jun 2012 BHUBANESHWAR PH-II W/L • EA • DXA To be intimated later • MDA • SFA

W/L 173
51.31 47.47 40.06 36.17 32.83 22.58 18.14

JAIPUR (VIDYADHAR NAGAR PH-VI) • SDA • DXA • MDA SFA • Present Status – under planning KOLKATA (VIP ROAD) -

W/L 721
26.54

265

To be intimated later

COIMBATORE [even as additional DU on priority – II, wait list registrants under AR/SS can also apply • Row Villas 39.95 • DXA 24.05 • MDA 18.50 • SFA 16.65 Present Status-Under Planning DEHRADUN (JAI JAWAN AWAS YOJNA) • JJA Present Status - PDC Mid 2012 11..00

W/L 295

• PHS • PHD • LXA • SDA • DXA MDA • • SFA Present Status - PDC Jun 2011 PUNE (HADAPSAR) PH-II • LXA • SDA • MDA Present Status - Under

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