Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) has signed an agreement with the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) to transform Jammu into a “smart” city.
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (Source: official website)
JAMMU: The Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) to serve as the basis for the development of quality landscape projects in the temple city, officials said on Saturday. The areas of collaboration described in the five-year agreement cover landscape planning and design.
Essentially, it is envisioned to transform Jammu into a smart city as part of the Centre’s flagship Smart City mission, officials added. The MoU was signed on Friday by JMC Commissioner and General Manager Jammu smart city Avny Lavasa and SMVDU Registrar Nagendra Singh Jamwal.
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According to the MoU, the highly experienced faculty of the University’s School of Architecture and Landscaping would provide services regarding site assessment and suitability, site planning, form and design. landform leveling, surface drainage design and water management, irrigation design, opening space design – hard and soft areas – planting design, landscape structures and features, design garden furniture, lighting design, graphic design and signage, tendering services, periodic inspection and evaluation work.
On the other hand, the JMC would provide the detailed requirements for the project, the property lease or the property documents, if applicable, the site plan at an appropriate scale, indicating the boundaries, the contours at appropriate intervals, the existing physical characteristics, including roads, paths, trees, structures, existing service and utility lines and lines to which the proposed service may be connected. “JMC has embarked on the development of public spaces in Jammu as part of the Smart City mission through beautifying and improving aesthetics while respecting the unique identity of the city.” Lavasa said after signing the MoU.
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SMVDU Vice Chancellor Ravindra Kumar Sinha said professionals and technical experts at the university are encouraged to engage in institutionalized consultations with different government departments in Jammu and Kashmir. “In addition to landscaping and architectural design, we collaborate on projects relating to civil engineering, heritage conservation, energy conservation, public health and the creation of parks. of industrial biotechnology, ”he said. A wide range of landscape improvement projects in Jammu City are being implemented under the Smart City Plan (SCP) approved by the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
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