Mussoorie-Dehradun to get online boost
Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority (MDDA) is planning to send volunteers to various educational institutions to encourage wider participation of youth online to get feedback on Smart City proposals in order to clinch entry into the first batch of 20 cities…

Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority (MDDA) is planning to send volunteers to various educational institutions to encourage wider participation of youth online to get feedback on Smart City proposals in order to clinch entry into the first batch of 20 cities to be selected.

Stakeholders can visit the MDDA website or Union Urban Ministry’s website to give their feedback, said an official who added that participation at online forum is almost negligible in the case of Doon valley.

“Dehradun is being planned by us as an education economy of Uttarakhand; so participation by students is much anticipated,” said Dr R Meenakshi Sundaram, MDDA Vice Chairman. Across 61 wards, barely 4 to 5 councillors have marked their presence when stakeholder meetings were held.

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