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Traditionally the neighborhoods in many parts of India grew around religious institutions, commercial centers, or water bodies, and the residents thereby shared some common socio-cultural, economic backgrounds. The students of SRM SEAD did a study on the attempts to evaluate how the neighborhood performs with respect to smartness as defined by India’s “Smart City Mission.”

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Social Life in a Smart Neighbourhood, The Case of K. K. Nagar, Chennai



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