NDMC Team Leaves For Beijing To Study Urban Planning
The team comprising persons from horticulture, civil and health departments will also be acquainted with latest technology, mechanisation of horticulture and smart city facilities in the Chinese capital
An 18-member delegation of New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) officials today left for Beijing for a week-long training stint in public space management and development, planting and pruning of trees, city planning and tourism.
The team comprising persons from horticulture, civil and health departments will also be acquainted with latest technology, mechanisation of horticulture and smart city facilities in the Chinese capital.
NDMC chairperson Naresh Kumar said that the delegation would interact with the officials of 29 Lian Hua chi XI LI, Feugtia district on the topics of city public roads, transportation network and automation of city transport including integration of traffic controls, automated ticketing and security maintenance.
He said that the other topics for interacting with 12th Xuanwumen West Street, Xicheng district of Beijing would be on supply of clean water, management of water flow, distribution, metering, segmentation of water supply, purification and monitoring.
Kumar added that the team will also visit the smart manufacturing and equipment industry division of Beijing Municipal at 6 Huixin East Road, Chaoyang district of Beijing.
The NDMC chairman who wished safe journey to the team at IGI Airport said that the delegation will also visit the site of Beijing Tourism Development Commission to understand ICT tools application automation including management of tourist flows, multimodal payment and gateways of ticketing and interact with the Emergency Medical Center for health facilities in mega cities, and provision of basic facilities for city dwellers.
The team will also study the clean city facilities being provided by Beijing Municipal Commission city administration, and discussions will be held on sanitation of urban streets and public areas, urban cleaning mechanisation, sanitation and waste management.
Kumar said that NDMC is planning to depute a team of officials to Dubai and Israel consisting of 12 members of horticulture and civil engineering for acquiring latest technology in these fields.