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Described as the “Oxford of the East”, Pune today boasts of 811 colleges, with graduates comprising more than 30 percent of its workforce, sparking an IT revolution in the city. In response, the Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited (PSCDCL) was formed as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to execute Smart City projects envisaged and conceptualised in the Smart City plan.
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Already a manufacturing powerhouse, higher education centre and an IT hub, Pune is on the fast track to becoming a world-class smart city. One factor that makes Pune’s smart city approach stand out is its citizen engagement, through projects ranging from traffic management to empowering disadvantaged youth.
With global industry behemoths choosing to set up shop in and around Pune, the city has become a prime location for leading manufacturers. Numerous automobile manufacturers and ancillary companies have invested heavily in Pune, setting up state-of-the-art production facilities.
This is a corporate video by Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited depicting the Citizen Engagement Programme. It showcases both completed projects as well as upcoming ones for the development of Pune as a Smart City.
Smart City Pune
This video features Pune as one of the 100 smart cities to be built in India.
Pune – Queen of Deccan
Pune is the ninth-most populous city in India and the second-largest in the state of Maharashtra, after the state capital city of Mumbai. Pune is also the 101st-largest city in the world by population. The city is known for its manufacturing and automobile industries, as well as research institutes in information technology, education, and management and training.