What does an Indian smart city look like?

11 July 2017
Full video of talk

Watch the full video (above) of the talk by Ashwathy Anand, Ajai Sreevatsan, and Persis Taraporevala, where they present their analysis of the accepted smart city proposals and ancillary secondary data. 

Given the scale and significance of the mission, the discussion seeks to present an empirical understanding of what India thinks a smart city looks like and examine the potential of achieving its aims of creating more liveable, sustainable and financially secure cities.

Ashwathy Anand is a trained architect from the School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal; Ajai Sreevatsan is a former investigative reporter with The Hindu; and Persis Taraporevala is a research associate at CPR. 

The Q&A session that followed can be accessed here.

The views shared belong to individual faculty and researchers and do not represent an institutional stance on the issue.