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# Hackathon

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### Hackathon

1. 1. URBANDEVELOPMENT Water Supply Presented by, Debargha Ganguly,IIITB Aamir Shaad Alam,IIITB Pradyot H Adavi,IIITB Manzoor Ilahi Hunagund,IIITB
2. 2. Introduction.. The main challenge is to increase the number of drinking water connection to the households. Take an integrated view of the water supply in urban and rural areas. Source Dataset: Female Headed Households Classified by Source and Location of Drinking Water and availability of Electricity and Latrine
3. 3. Idea.. Creativity at its Best Summing of all the household getting water supply from tap water (Treated and Untreated) for within and near premises This is done for urban and rural data. Get the percentage of households getting water supply from any specific source with respect to all sources Above calculation is used to get top performing states.
4. 4. In mathematical terms… Percentage=Num/Denom  Where Num=Sum of number of households using tap water from within and near premises , treated and untreated source  Denom=Sum of number of households from all sources. Sum of treated and untreated water users are taken as water suitable for drinking.
5. 5. Usability.. Target audience is the government and the citizens of India. The raw data is processed and a Graphical representation of the Output is generated. The graphical data can be used by the government to analyze the situation and take steps to improve the conditions of less performing states. The government can also use this application to get feedback from the consumer of the facilities. Very interactive and the output is presented precisely.
6. 6. Does it really matter? Is an effective way to analyze the details of water connection to households. Path breaking tool for the government as a user. Government can use the graphical output to address the main challenge of 12th five year plan i.e to increase the percentage of households with water connection. Feedback(From country at large) is handled effectively.
7. 7. User Flow Diagram.. User -> View statistics->select any particular state to see details->End Mobile App for Feedback  Start the app->select take survey->fill in the questions- >submit the feedback->close the app
8. 8. Snapshots..
9. 9. Relevance to 12th five year plan. According to 2011 census, only 70.6% of urban population has a water connection. Integrated view of water supply. Reduction in unaccounted water supply. 100 percent metering of water supply is not far from reality.
10. 10. Conclusion.. Efficient analysis tool. One stop Solution: Can be extended to use any other dataset with some minor changes.
11. 11. References.. http://www.censusindia.gov.in/2011census/hlo/hlo_ta ble/census2011_Table.html http://planningcommission.nic.in/hackathon/Urban_ Development.pdf
12. 12. THANK YOU…