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A way out to change urban lifestyle…
Team members :
Preetam Pati
Soham Bhattacharya
Manishankar Ray
Swati Sinha
Trideeb Pa...
HOUSING
PUBLIC TRANSPORT
 WASTE DISPOSAL
SECURITY
EMPLOYMENT
POWER SUPPLY
CIVIC AMMENITIES
HOUSING
• Large scale influx to slums
 PUBLIC TRANSPORT
• Inadequate means of
transportation system
WASTE DISPOSAL
• En...
 Large scale influx to slums
• Low rental housings.
 Inadequate means of
transport system
• Financial sustainability of
...
• Low rental houses
• Maintaining proper infrastructure and quality
• The slum dwellers can be given a land in exchange of...
 Skilled training institutes in extremely low cost.
 Volunteer driven skills training.
• Imparting volunteers from ex se...
• Introduction of helpline numbers in all cities and towns.
• Better monitoring of security system.
• Installing security ...
Use of solar power and wind
power(renewable energy source)
Cut off illegal power supply
High voltage direct current transm...
 Waste recycle
 Emergency clean up campaigns.
 Privatization.
Use of private bodies in disposing wastes.
 Creation of ...
Organization Cost : INR 2.5 Cr. per annum
Technology Cost : INR 1.5 Cr. per annum
Logistics Cost : INR 75 lakh per annum
C...
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  1. 1. A way out to change urban lifestyle… Team members : Preetam Pati Soham Bhattacharya Manishankar Ray Swati Sinha Trideeb Patra CIVIC AMMNETIES OF URBAN LIFE
  2. 2. HOUSING PUBLIC TRANSPORT  WASTE DISPOSAL SECURITY EMPLOYMENT POWER SUPPLY CIVIC AMMENITIES
  3. 3. HOUSING • Large scale influx to slums  PUBLIC TRANSPORT • Inadequate means of transportation system WASTE DISPOSAL • Enormous solid waste • Lack of dumping space SECURITY • Improper monitoring • Woman violence EMPLOYMENT • Lack of job opportunities • Lack of specialized skills. • Main stream education out of sync POWER SUPPLY • Acute shortage • Price hike PROBLEM SCOPE
  4. 4.  Large scale influx to slums • Low rental housings.  Inadequate means of transport system • Financial sustainability of transport system.  Waste disposal • Creation of proper dumping spaces. • Proper monitoring of security system  Unemployment • Skilled training institutes in feasible cost  Power Supply • Use of alternative sources BRIEF WAY OUT  Security
  5. 5. • Low rental houses • Maintaining proper infrastructure and quality • The slum dwellers can be given a land in exchange of land government can give financial assistance to build their homes • Land registration must be made efficient and corruption free • The whole system must be made computerized rather than manually to keep transparency CHALLENGES • Local politicians trying to keep the status quo concerning the slums remain the same • Rampant violence and conflict in slums MITIGATION The matter to be dealt with humanity rather politically Formal education along with moral education to slum inhabitants
  6. 6.  Skilled training institutes in extremely low cost.  Volunteer driven skills training. • Imparting volunteers from ex service professionals and retired executives.  Main stream education should be in sync with market requirements.  Incorporating requirements of actual employers. Challenges • Lack of government infrastructure. • Lack of placement opportunities. Mitigation • Tie ups with placement agencies. • Bringing in industry leaders for curriculum and training inputs. EMPLOYMENT
  7. 7. • Introduction of helpline numbers in all cities and towns. • Better monitoring of security system. • Installing security cameras & cctv’s in all busy roads, hotels bars & pubs. • Restriction on bars & pubs in late nights. • Development of infrastructure like street lights in sub urban areas. • Proper patrolling in nights.  LIMITATION • Insufficient police forces.  MITIGATION • Employing youth runned NGO workers in social security. SECURITY
  8. 8. Use of solar power and wind power(renewable energy source) Cut off illegal power supply High voltage direct current transmission(reduction in loss of power supply) Reduce the use of overhead lines in developing cities so to make the power supply uninterrupted Increase energy efficiency using combined cycle power plants. LIMITATIONS • Price hike • Population growth along with un-uniform distribution. MITIGATION • Uniform distribution along with sustainable use of available power supply • Steep price hike
  9. 9.  Waste recycle  Emergency clean up campaigns.  Privatization. Use of private bodies in disposing wastes.  Creation of dumping space Creation of bio fertilizer industries near by.  Community involvement. LIMITATION • Lack of space for dumping. MITIGATION • Proper waste disposal management. • The dumping grounds should be scientifically created and a little away from cities. WASTE DISPOSAL
  10. 10. Organization Cost : INR 2.5 Cr. per annum Technology Cost : INR 1.5 Cr. per annum Logistics Cost : INR 75 lakh per annum COST INVOLVED

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