Dimapur, February 6: Nagaland State’s capital, Kohima, has gained an infamous distinction of being the second most ‘unlivable’ city in India ranking 110 out of 111 cities on 13th August 2018 in the Ease of Living conducted under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Government of India.
As the city gears up to face another assessment, the CEO of Kohima Smart City has reached out to citizens to participate in the citizen perception survey which accounts for 30% weightage in the assessment.
The Kohima Smart City with the Green Team Kohima is reaching out to college students to participate in the online survey where citizens between the age of 18-99 years of age can participate.
The teams have visited Sazolie College, Alder College, Mt. Olive College, Oriental College and Kohima College between February 3 to 7. The college outreach will continue apart from other activities with the wards like inter ward wall painting competition, signature campaign, etc, informed KSC in a press release. (Page News Service)