Sr. Librarian & Co-Editor - Jaipuria International Journal of Management Research, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
Government of India launched in June 2015, the Smart Cities Mission, amidst much fun and fare with aim to develop 100 smart cities in India that would have state of the art infra structural facilities with extensive use of big data and information technology and with people’s participation in governance. It was termed as a pilot project which could later be extended to other cities also. Five years have gone by and project has not yielded its desired result as postulated at the time of launch of project. This paper evaluates the 'smart cities mission' critically and tries to find if the project is worth the money spent on it or there could be better approaches to give better life to its citizens for a country like India.
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