Finance minister, P Chidambaram in his budgetary address mentioned to give momentum to the development of Smart City under the ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project in Aurangabad. With this announcement it appears that the stagnant work of the DMIC project will now get a boost.
It may be noted that the DMIC is being established on around 10,500 hectares land between Shendra and Bidkin with the assistance of the Japan Government.
Today, the finance minister has announced that the 'Smart City' to be established under this project will be given momentum. The smart city will be established with the assistance of six Japanese companies. The plan and design of this project will be done by JGC company while Mitsubushi Corporation will look after the supervision and water plant. Similarly Nikne Sikkai will be the planning consultant, IBM - Japan will shoulder the responsibility of Information Technology. Ebra Engineering and Yokahama City companies will shoulder the responsibilities of water treatment and water consultation respectively.
The smart city will be completely eco-friendly with all the basic amenities. It will also have educational, sports, inter-city traffic system, roads, drainage, light and other facilities. Features: • 24 hours uninterrupted water and electricity supply. • Recycling of water • Sewage water treatment• City Command Centre to maintain control over entire smart city. • Garbage treatment