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International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE)

Monthly Journal for Mechanical and Civil Engineering

ISSN : 2456-1290 (Online)

Introduction to Concept of Smart Village

Author : Radha. K. Desai 1 Axay. B. Dasadiya 2 Mitul Dobariya 3 Riddhi Champaneria 4 Sachin Bhardwaj 5

Date of Publication :24th January 2018

Abstract: The Aim of the Smart Villages Initiative has been to identify the framework conditions necessary for the provision of energy services to villages to enable the livelihood opportunities, provision of services (healthcare, education, clean water, and sanitation) and empowerment embodied in the Smart Villages concept. For the betterment of villages by providing the basic infrastructure facilities the development plan proposals are prepared for the village “DIHEN” from old taluka of Surat district. For the preparation of plan proposals, smart village guidelines by govt. As Gujarat is understood properly, the information perceived by the representatives and the individuals are considered in making of the proposals. This project report deals with study and development of village as a smart village. We define smart village as bundle of services of which are delivered to its residence in an effective and efficient manner. “smart village” is that modern energy access acts as a catalyst for development in education , health, security, productive enterprise, environment that in turns support further improvement in energy access. In this report we focuses on improved resource use efficiency, local self-governance, access to assure basic amenities and responsible individual and community behavior to build happy society. We making smart village by taking smart decisions using smart development and services. 68.9% of our population lives in rural areas (census 2011).and the gap analysis is done on the basis of projected population of 2031. So that lack of facilities can be found out and it helps to prioritize the proposals.

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