Jamshedpur 30th Jan, 2021: The focus at Ranchi Smart City will be on urban public transport. Moreover, water harvesting facility will be compulsory in all buildings for water conservation. Along with this, treatment of drain water coming out of the house has been provided.
These special features of the project were announced at the Investors’ Meet of Ranchi Smart City Corporation Ltd (RSCCL) held at XLRI on Friday. The meeting was called to make Ranchi a smart city.
The above program was attended by entrepreneurs of the Kolhan division, Chamber of Commerce, Builder Association, other intellectuals, and investors from the divisional sector.
The chief executive officer, RSCCL, Amit Kumar interacted with the participants on how to participate in the mega project in the state capital.
East Singhbhum deputy commissioner, Suraj Kumar, SDO, Jamshedpur, Nitish Kumar, additional DC, Nand Kishore Lal, Special officer, Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee, Krishna Kumar also participated.
While inviting the builders and traders into investing in the smart city project, the RSCCL CEO said that the investors should not keep any kind of reluctance to participate in the project.
The state government has acquired 656 acres of land for area-based development work under the smart city project there at Ranchi.
” We need to make Ranchi Smart City a pride for the state. It serves as a big opportunity for the builders, businessmen, hoteliers, and the ones associated with the infrastructure. The RSCCL will ensure progress,” said Amit Kumar while discussing the meet on Friday morning.
Ranchi is one of the hundred smart cities under the Smart City Mission of the Government of India.
For the evolution of modern state-of-the-art amenities, Smart City of Ranchi will also offer opportunities to investors in the areas of real estate, health, education, housing, and hospitality among others.
It will be designed to provide all basic conveniences like good quality water and electricity supply, solid waste management system, and drainage systems.
Special officer, JNAC, Krishna Kumar said that the main purpose behind the meet was to explore investors from the steel city for the promotion of the Ranchi Smart City project.