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Smart City Erode

Erode City Municipal Corporation has been selected through a competitive process for SMART City Mission initiative of Government of India. In the next phase, Erode city has to ...

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Smart City Erode

Erode City Municipal Corporation has been selected through a competitive process for SMART City Mission initiative of Government of India. In the next phase, Erode city has to compete with 98 other cities from across the country to make it into the Top 20 cities which will be taken up for the first round of funding. The Stage II involves the preparation of an Area Development Plan and a Pan-City Initiative under the SMART City Proposal (SCP). The detailed guidelines are provided in www.smartcities.gov.in.

Citizens and stakeholders are requested to post their views and suggestions on how to make Erode a Smart one. The citizens may organize their thoughts on the following topics

1. What should be the Vision for Erode?
2. What are the strengths, areas of Improvement and solutions across the following sectors

(a) City Spatial Structure, Transportation and Green Spaces
(b) Energy, Water, Waste Water and Environment
(c) Housing, Health, Education, Security, Law and Order
(d) Citizen Engagement, Smart Solutions and IT-led service delivery

Citizens can also reach us through the official site of Erode Municipal Corporation www.erodecorporation.gov.in or through the Facebook page www.facebook.com/smartcityerode which is the official page for smart city challenge.

Let us work together in making Erode a Smart City!

The last date to submit your comments is 30th November, 2015.

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SUCHITRA RAGHAVACHARI 1 year 6 months ago

Sir, in recent times there has also been a keen interest in the education enterprise, which have seen a great many school exam toppers from institutions based in these parts. This model, though with occasional complaints, needs to be strengthened as many "non-city" children get an opportunity to compete at the highest levels. This requires more guidelines & better supervision, and can become a model scheme like the one in Bihar - preparing students for IIT.