Calling Pune as one of the favourite cities of Indians to live in, Maharashtra’s Social Justice Minister Dilip Kamble said that under the Smart Cities Mission, Pune will further continue to attract citizens. He was inaugurating Smart Livable and Resilient City Conclave-Pune today.
Pune’s Mayor Mukta Tilak and Deputy Mayor Navanth Kamble were also present on this occasion.
“The mission has gained momentum under CEO of smart city Dr Rajendra Jagtap. We have performed well,” the Minister added.
The summit was organised by Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited in association with Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd.
The summit was inaugurated by Dilip Kamble, State Minister, Social Justice, Maharashtra.
From Pune, Anil Shirole, Member of Parliament, Dr Rajendra Jagtap, CEO and Executive Director, Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited (PSCDCL), Shravan Hardikar, Commissioner, Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), Manojit Bose, Chief Knowledge Officer, Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited, Dr Rajendra Nimbalkar, Additional Commissioner (Special), Pune Municipal Corporation addressed issues as to development and sustainability in Pune.
Other delegates who participated in the event are: Nitin Bhadauria, Vice Chairman, Haridwar Roorkee Development Authority and Commissioner, Haridwar Municipal Corporation, Dharmendra Snakara, CEO, Fintech Valley, Vizag, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hari Chandana Dasari, Additional Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and Ravindra Ranade, Business Head – Public Sector, HPE, Vivek Kharpude, Head Presales, ESDS Software Solution Pvt Ltd, Rohit Dembi, Lead GIS, NJS Engineering, Dr Abhijeet Chaudhary, Commissioner, Kolhapur Municipal Corporation, Amit Sharma, Regional Director, Survey & Land Records, Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Hiren Pravin Shah, Director Energy Storage, Delta Power Solutions and Zoeb Karampurwala, General Manager, Vehicle Integration, Tata Motors.
The panel discussion on ‘Affordable and Sustainable Housing for Urban Poor and its Significance for the Development of Smart Cities’ was also conducted.
A special issue of eGov magazine was also launched on this occasion.
This was Elets 31st Smart City conference. The company plans to organise 100 such Smart City conferences.
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