Government of India’s ‘smart cities mission’, a flagship initiative, is aimed at developing 100 sustainable and citizen friendly cities across the country. Each of these smart cities will be a key driver of economic growth boosting the GDP of the country and creating multiple new-age employment opportunities. With increased urbanization, urban areas are expected to house 40 percent of India’s population and contribute to over 75 per cent of India’s GDP by 2030. This calls for large scale infrastructural development which is not just physical and institutional but also social and economic infrastructure. Only then would these cities will attract investments leading to continuous growth and development.
A key way of developing smart cities is by enabling using smart evolved technology for local area development in the cities. Such development will generate employment for a large segment of the local population. Application of smart solutions will enable cities to use technology, information and data to improve their services. Integration of technology is a major challenge and implementation of technology across smart cities needs a lot of hand holding at the moment. To understand the dynamics of smart cities and to create a strong ecosystem it is important that the workforce has advanced skill sets.
Smart cities have emerged as a potential job creator in the past few months. Many new-age profiles are likely to witness potential growth especially in the areas of ICT (Information Communication Technology), Data Management & Analytics and e-Governance.
Due to this a lot of avenues, business opportunities, and jobs are opening up.
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