India : Kochi Smart City soon to be inaugurated


The Smart City project in Kochi, which was initially designed in 2004, had its inauguration delayed thrice due to low progress of construction. However, the board of directors of the Kochi Smart City project held in Dubai has now announced that they will conduct the inauguration process in the third week of February – although the exact day has not yet been confirmed.

 The first IT building in the city has around 6.5 lakh sq ft of area, of which 25 new companies have already booked space. The first phase of inauguration will take place at this IT building. It is expected that Kochi Smart City will promote around 6,500 IT jobs.

It is believed that United Arab Emirates Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai, may be present for the inauguration. However, there have been no confirmations on their attendance as of yet.

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