House Shifting Services In Delhi. Growth in Townships & Infra-structure. 04th October 2018, New Delhi (Press Release): The development in technology has been tremendous since the dawn of the millennium.
The pace of life has been increased and places far away have come closer, all due to technology. From communication to travel to ease of business, people expect everything to be rapid. NHAI's Akhilesh Srivastava playing a crucial role in Digital movement of Government Sector. The advancement in technology has been tremendous since the dawn of the millennium.
The pace of life has been increased and places far away have come closer, all due to technology. From communication to travel to ease of business, people expect everything to be quick. Considering the importance, the Government of India is taking leap jumps towards digitization and technology integration. There is one man, who is silently playing a very crucial role in Digital movement of Government Sector – Shri Akhilesh Srivastava, a globally known technocrat for technology implementation, strategic and visionary thinker. Since last few years, he is dedicatedly but quietly and strategically working towards digitization of the Government sectors to enhance transparency and speed of execution step by step.
He integrated many latest technologies for project monitoring like Drones, IP cameras, GIS based technologies, Mobile Apps etc for better monitoring & quick decision making. Two More Highway Bundle Projects to be Monetised by the Government in May. The National Highways Authority of India recently signed their very first International TOT agreement with the Australian company, Macquarie.
Following bagging a hefty amount of 1.6 million in their funds, NHAI is expecting to work their wonders even more. The Government is aiming to acquire even more than $2 million in their kitty with the two roads and highway projects. This was planned after the successful implementation of the first TOT agreement. Recent Insights about Indian National Highway Tolling System. NHAI's Asset Recycling Plan is Reshaping National Highways. The Government of India and its Ministries are using innovative financial plans to revamp India’s public infrastructure, including national highways.
Akhilesh Srivastava’s Role in India’s Emergence as an Economic Front. Vishwakarma Award was Awarded to Akhilesh Srivastava for Lifetime Acheivement. Chief General Manager of the NHAI’s Highway Operations & IT division, Akhilesh Srivastava, was recently awarded the CIDC Vishwakarma Award (VKA) for lifetime achievement as a Public Officer at the 10th Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) Vishwakarma Awards 2018 in New Delhi.
Vishwakarma awards felicitate the works of individuals and organizations in contributing to the welfare of the people and building the nation. Each year, the CIDC awards are conducted in the month of March, and this year they were held at Stein Auditorium in New Delhi on 7th March 2018. CGM Akhilesh Srivastava implemented various projects such as Electronic Toll Collection (ETC), Wayside Amenities (WSA), Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), and UAVs and LiDARs for highway projects in India. Akhilesh Srivastava to Take Action on Smarter Highways. Akhilesh Srivastava at Annual Roads and Highways Forum on Roads of the Future. Modern Indian Highways Architect is Akhilesh Srivastava. For Re-Imagined Highways Infrastructure Akhilesh Srivastava is Imbibing Latest Technology. Akhilesh Srivastava has Modernize Highways for Greater Effectiveness and Sustainability. Akhilesh Srivastava’s Insights - Highways Modernisation for Greater Effectiveness and Sustainability. Akhilesh Srivastava to Present India in Global Roads and Highway Forum.
NHAI Mobile Application Sukhad Yatra Draws 40,000 Downloads In First Week. Sukhad Yatra, the National Highways Authority of India’s (NHAI’s) highway utilities mobile application, has been downloaded more than 40,000 times in the first week of its launch by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on March 7, 2018.
According to government analytics, the mobile application has been adding 250 new users every day since. The highway utilities application – designed and developed in partnership with ComVision (India) Pvt. Ltd. – has been introduced to aid in the modernisation of the highways sector and the commuter experience. The software application forms also a part of the Central government’s initiative to digitalise the public sector and its services. CIDC Confers Vishwakarma Achievement Award On Akhilesh Srivastava. Telangana Government To Allocate Rs. 12,000 cr For Crop Investment Support.
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday announced that, for the first time, Rs 12,000 crore would be allocated exclusive for the agriculture budget, to be presented in the Assembly in Telangana, for implementation of its much-talked about Farmers Investment Support Scheme (FISS), This 12,000 crore would be distributed among 1.42 crore farmers doing agriculture in about 1.65 crore acres in Telangana.
In the first phase, cheques for Rs 4,000 would be distributed to each farmer from mid-May. The government will give pre-paid cards (pre-loaded bank cards) to the farmers in second phase to commence in November. “Farmers can just swipe and avail their money through pre-paid cards,” the chief minister said while addressing the regional conference of the newly constituted mandal and district level farmers’ coordination committees from 13 districts of southern Telangana.
The FISS would be extended even to horticulture and assigned lands. Source: India’s Wind Tariffs Grazed A Record Low In The Recent Auction Conducted By State-Run Solar Energy Corporation of India. New Delhi: India’s wind power tariffs remained near a record low in an auction conducted by the state-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) which ended late Tuesday evening, a person aware of the development said.
Bidders quoted wind power tariffs as low as Rs2.44 per unit for 2 gigawatts (GW) of wind power contracts, the person said, requesting anonymity, adding that this was India’s largest wind capacity auction. Torrent Power Ltd, ReNew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd, Green Infra Wind Energy Ltd, and Inox Wind Infrastructure Services Ltd bid Rs2.44 per kilowatt hour (kWh) each to win contracts for 499.80 megawatts (MW), 400MW, 300MW, and 200MW, respectively. Adani Green Energy (MP) Ltd, Saudi Arabia’s Alfanar, and Betam Wind Energy Pvt.
Ltd bid Rs2.45 per unit to win contracts for 250MW, 300MW, and 50.2MW, respectively. The latest auction underscores growing investor interest in wind energy projects as costs of turbine generators decline amid a favorable policy environment.