Child-friendly centre opened
  In its bid to put children at the centre of urban agenda, Bhubaneswar Development Authority has launched a ‘child-friendly Smart City centre’ (CFSCC). The Centre will assess the existing infrastructure and recommend necessary changes and implementation of new facilities…

 

In its bid to put children at the centre of urban agenda, Bhubaneswar Development Authority has launched a ‘child-friendly Smart City centre’ (CFSCC).

The Centre will assess the existing infrastructure and recommend necessary changes and implementation of new facilities to accommodate the needs of children.

State Housing and Urban Development Minister Pushpendra Singhdeo said CFSCC will be an agency dedicated to meet the requirements of children in an urban environment.

Bhubaneswar will become the first Smart City in India to have such a specific centre for children, BDA Vice-Chairman Krishan Kumar said.

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