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Tirupati to get face lift with smart city project: Collector

Tirupati, Nov 16(UNI) Temple city Tirupati will get new look with smart city project which includes development of parks, smart streets, e-learning, e-health project for children studying in municipal schools, LED street lights, setting up solar panels for utilising solar power etc , said District Collector Pradyumna and he emphasised on speedy completion of the development works proposed under project.
In a review meeting on Smart City project held at Municipal Corporation Office here on Friday after inspecting ongoing works at parks and at schools where solar panels to be set up, he suggested the officials to add latest technology in completion of development works to much pleasure to the denizens of the city.
Giving instructions to the concerned civic officials on completion of smart city project, Pradyumna wanted them to upload details of case sheet of ill health students of municipal schools as part of e-health project and also asked them to teach students different six topics for six days in a week as part of e-learning.
Emphasising on teaching cleanliness, social service, health consciousness and integrity to students, he sought the education department officials to adopt new teaching topics along with their routine curricular subjects.
He directed the officials to complete smart city development works on paced manner which allow the people to realize the amazing development of the city.
Municipal Commissioner Vijayaramaraju explained to the Collector about the works going on in the city under Smart City project and he also elucidated on how the municipal running schools are developing to meet the standards on par with corporate schools.
Municipal Engineer Chandrasekhar, ME 2 Jani and others were present in review.
Later, he, in the position of HDC chairman, held meeting with hospital development committee(HDC) at Ruia hospital where he directed the maternity hospital superintendent Durga Bhavani to take measures to reduce Mother Infant Mortality(MIM) rate to zero and wanted the Ruia hospital officials to renovate hospital doors and windows to prevent entry of monkeys into the wards.
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