CII teams-up with Bengal for four smart cities

Sat, 2015-10-31 16:18 -- SCC India Staff

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Friday signed an agreement with the West Bengal government to build four smart cities in the state.

Dr. Saugat Mukherjee, Regional Director, CII Eastern Region, and Sutanu Prasad Kar, Mission Director, Smart Cities Mission of West Bengal, signed the MoU during a Roundtable on CII National Mission on Smart Cities in Kolkatta, a CII release said.

As per the agreement, CII will work with the state's Urban Development Department and other stakeholders in developing the vision, setting goals and charting strategies on how to transform Bidhan Nagar, New Town Rajarhat, Haldia and Durgapur, the four urban locations in West Bengal, into world-class smart cities.

CII will also collaborate with the state government in terms of mobilising industry expertise and resources, the release said.

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