Port Blair City Councilers, OAS officers visit the Bhubaneswar Operations Center

Bhubaneswar: A team of 15 council members from the Port Blair Municipal Council (PBMC) led by their Chairperson Anusi Devi visited the Bhubaneswar Operations Center within the Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL) office to have practical experience in BSCL technological interventions for Temple City.
The team, who came to Odish for a two-day visit to have first-hand knowledge of the progress of various Bhubaneswar projects of the smart city, will advise the authorities of the smart city of Port Blair to make their project even faster and easier.
As for their presentation, the PBMC Chairman said: “We have reached the smart city of Bhubaneswar and we were delighted to see the progress of various projects within the BSCL and other convergence projects such as the Waste Water Purification Plant, Smart Janpath, the smart system signaling traffic, Bhubaneswar Operations Center. “
“Underground cabling around the city, the social capital center, multi-level parking, an integrated public service center and the socially clever Bhubaneswar project were interesting and we will definitely tell our officials, planners and engineers the Port Blair Smart City about these things we saw in Bhubaneswar -u, “she added.
A senior member of the team of advisors K. Ganeshan, adviser to the Port Blair Municipal Council since 1982, said: “We are very happy to see tremendous progress in this smart city and we hope that our colleagues must mimic the progress of the BSCL. . “
After Bhubaneswar, a team from Port Blair goes to Siliguri, Bhopal and Vellore to see the progress of the respective smart cities and draw lessons from them.
OAS Probationers
Forty probationers from the Academy of Administration Gopabandhu visited the BSCL Office and the Operations Center in Bhubaneswar and gave them a brief introduction to all ongoing projects within the Bhubaneswar Smart City proposal.
The interns have detailed the development plan in the area, infrastructure, technological interventions, pan-IT projects and how the city will help people in smart life through the use of technology and innovation. They were also told about social inclusion and smart city ideas that are unique to Bhubaneswar because it was the best suggestion for the Smart City Challenge among 100 cities. The interns were also informed about a socially smart project, which aims to change the lives of 100 residents in poor neighborhoods throughout the city.
General Director of BSCL (Administration) Saroj Kumar Swain, Technical Director Asit Rajhans and consultants from various projects presented their BSCL progress reports.

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