Centre to hold workshop on 'liveability' index of cities

  • | Tuesday | 13th March, 2018

Although municipal officers maintain data regularly, they will be taught how to organize the figures in the workshop. BHUBANESWAR: The ministry of urban development (MoUD) will conduct a workshop here on Thursday to train government agencies on how to sort and provide data required for the 'liveability' assessment of the capital city and Rourkela.Bhubaneswar and Rourkela - both Smart Cities - are among 116 cities across the country to be part of the Centre's 'liveability standard assessment'. This would enable the Bhubaneswar Development Authority and the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation to furnish data on GIS-based urban infrastructure, said an officer of the BMC. "Data on municipal financing and social infrastructure can be obtained from the urban bodies. The capital city has several geographical information-based (GIS) services such as location of parking spaces and toilets.

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