The competion, which ran from June 15-20, garnered many valuable suggetions and solutions such as waste to wealth, recycling of water, sustainable energy etc. from a large mumber of participants.
The format posed 14 questions related to city-level challenges, possible solutions and innovative ideas with a limit of 250 words to answer each question.
By the end of the week there were 1733 submissions.
The ministry organised the competition in collaboration with MyGov and the National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA).
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