New Delhi: India’s IT industry body National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) said the introduction of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) framework for Central government’s flagship ‘100 Smart Cities’ scheme would help enhance revenue.
The smart city plan is for a meticulously-planned metropolis complete with gleaming towers, drinking water on tap, automated waste collection and dedicated power supply- luxuries to many citizens.
The report explaining the role of the ICT was to be released at the Smart City Expo in New Delhi on May 21, said NASSCOM president, R Chandrashekhar.
Smart cities scheme can generate crores of rupees for India’s IT sector over next few years.
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