Top 20: List of Smart cities in India

Top 20: List of Smart cities in India

Smart Cities can be considered one of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s most ambitious proposals for the Indian revolution. The project slogan is “Smarter Solutions for a Better Tomorrow” that maybe illuminates what the project is meant for the average people in India.

As part of that mission, satellite communities in the vicinity of existing major cities are being built and taken up to a new level by the Indian government.

Top 20: List of Smart cities in India

The project is rounded up with many hopes. The Prime Minister has already indicated his willingness to provide cities with technology-based governance systems and has also proposed to track these installations on an ongoing basis to allow for their proper operation and improvement in due course.

There are likely to be much better social services in these cities than in normal cities. Features like Wi-Fi connectivity in these cities might become the rule rather than the exception.

They should be clean, too, and that means that the days of waste on the roads will soon be a distant memory.

What’s the project ‘s purpose?

In recent years, it was found that growing numbers of people have migrated from rural to urban areas with an increasing population. Experts have estimated that people would move to urban areas at a rate of between 25 and 30 per minute in the coming years.

Better lives and job conditions are the main goals of their movements. At the present pace, the population of all cities in the country would be 843 million by 2050. One of the key goals of the project is to ensure that this tremendous influx of people can be well handled by India.

Open defecation is one of the various problems that India is afflicting. Approximately 67 percent of rural people defecate in open conditions, as figures suggest. This also means that India is responsible for half of the world’s open defecation.

Top 20: List of Smart cities in India

This topic is also being discussed in the Smart Cities initiative. The Smart Cities plan would also fix the problem of emissions from India’s different modes of transport.

The government will aim to build cities that are technologically well-equipped and will ensure access is not only restricted to the privileged segments of society. The administration will attempt to create these cities so as to produce small waste and have adequate waste disposal facilities to manage the waste.

In the Smart Cities initiative, cities are being built/upgraded with the very best in leisure facilities and in sports stadiums, open spaces and centres of culture. The inhabitants of these cities are also supposed to enjoy their time here thoroughly.

What will be the costs?

In order to rejuvenate 500 cities and build 100 clever cities, the Indian government has approved Rs 980 billion. Arun Jaitley, Minister for Finance for Union Affairs, allocated Rs 7060 crore in the Union Budget of 2014. By February 2015, however, only approximately Rs 9.24 billion were invested. That is why the 2015 Union budget of India has provided the project with just Rs 1.43 billion.

When is the project going to finish?

In the next two decades, the project is scheduled to be completed.

What areas is the project going to cover?

In twenty years’ time, the project is to cover 100 cities. In January 2016, the government announced that in the first phase it will intend to make over 100 cities smart by 2022, it will grow into smart cities. The twenty cities in the North DMC are-Bhubaneswar, Pune, Jaipur, Surat, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Jabalpur, Visakhapatnam, Solapur, Coimbatore, Kakinada, Belgaum, Udaipur, Guwahati, Chennai, Ludhiana and Bhopal district.

Thirteen cities were chosen by the central government as a smart city in May. Lucknow, New Town in Kolkata, Bhagalpur, Dharamsala, Faridabad, Raipur, Ranchi, Warangal, Agartala, Imphal, Port Blair and Panaji are all. Their work has been carried out.

Cities Profile of Round 1 Smart Cities

S.No.Name Of CityEntry Date
1.Bhubaneswar   [276.26 KB]28/03/2016
2.Pune    [222.1 KB]28/03/2016
3.Jaipur     [357.92 KB]28/03/2016
4.Surat    [203.91 KB]28/03/2016
5.Kochi   [291.99 KB]28/03/2016
6.Ahmedabad    [204.78 KB]28/03/2016
7.Jabalpur    [201.61 KB]28/03/2016
8.Visakhapatnam    [277.36 KB]28/03/2016
9.Solapur    [281.93 KB]28/03/2016
10.Davanagere    [281.51 KB]28/03/2016
11.Indore    [300.87 KB]28/03/2016
12.NDMC    [286.94 KB]28/03/2016
13.Coimbatore    [359.45 KB]28/03/2016
14.Kakinada    [271.68 KB]28/03/2016
15.Belagavi    [196.57 KB]28/03/2016
16.Udaipur    [358.94 KB]28/03/2016
17.Guwahati    [362.55 KB]28/03/2016
18.Chennai    [273.44 KB]28/03/2016
19.Ludhiana    [202.43 KB]28/03/2016
20.Bhopal    [202.33 KB]28/03/2016

Top 20: List of Smart cities in India

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