Govt. of Karnataka is organizing a one day regional workshop for the southern region on August 7, 2018 at Taj Vivanta, MG Road, Bengaluru. The workshop aims to discuss states plan and would seek suggestions for establishing an enabling ecosystem for transforming mobility in the country. The outcome of the workshop will play a major role in giving direction to state level mobility strategy.
The one day workshop, supported by WEC India as knowledge partner, is organized to gear up for the momentum on NITI Aayog’s India’s First Global Mobility Summit, ‘MOVE’ a global Mobility Summit to be scheduled on 7-8 September, 2018. NITI Aayog has constituted a core group of experts to provide intellectual inputs to the Summit and also constituted a State Level Task force on Mobility to develop state specific mobility strategies. As part of the core group expert, Mr. Seethapathy Chander will be representing WEC India. He is also the nodal person of state level task force for Southern states (Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telengana, Karnataka, Pondicherry and Lakshadweep).
The workshop will be attended by the Karnataka govt. Chief Secretaries, key industry leaders, regulators, and senior officials from across the domain connected together to discuss on zero emission agenda for the future. It also aims to encourage synergies between indigenous industries such as automobile manufacturing, information technology, electronics, telecommunications to integrate with global supply chains. It also envisages mobility as key driver for generating employment, providing innovative solutions to improve efficiency and efficacy of transport sector and accelerate economic growth.
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