A new multi-level parking facility on Sindhubhavan Road, the launch of 12 EV charging stations, the Gujarat Education Board's efforts to prioritize understanding over memorization and more, stay updated on what's happening in the city with this Ahmedabad News Roundup.
AMC's newly completed five-storey multi-level parking facility on Sindhubhavan Road will open soon for Amdavadis. The structure includes three dedicated parking floors and additional levels designed for office spaces.
The parking facility has the capacity to accommodate 237 cars and 169 two-wheelers. Parking fees for the initial two hours are set at Rs. 5 for two-wheelers and Rs. 15 for four-wheelers. This addition aims to address the growing demand for convenient and secure parking solutions in the SBR area.
In a move to promote a deeper understanding of subjects and discourage the rote memorization of textbook answers, the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board has directed the teachers who are preparing the answer keys for Class 10 and 12 board exams to prioritize originality in students' answers.
This initiative aims to cultivate students to express their understanding rather than relying on memorized content from textbooks or preparation guides.
Union Home Minister is to inaugurate 12 EV charging stations in Ahmedabad today. These stations will provide 'Plug and Charge' facilities for electric two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and four-wheelers.
The move aims to address EV charging challenges for both residents and travelers, boosting electric vehicle sales in the state.
Residents of Ahmedabad have been experiencing a fresh wave of winter in recent days, with minimum temperatures hovering around 14 degrees Celsius. However, the forecast suggests a gradual increase in the days to come. On Sunday, the minimum temperature reached 16.2 degrees, marking a 2.4-degree rise from the usual temperatures.
According to the IMD forecast, the next two days are expected to see no major shift. However, from Wednesday onwards, there is a projected gradual rise of 2-3 degrees Celsius.
In a bid to enhance traffic management and real-time crime monitoring, Ahmedabad City Police have initiated the trial phase with 130 AI-equipped cameras. These cameras can detect 18 types of public crimes, monitor unauthorized areas, crowded places, fire incidents, and traffic patterns.
The implementation aims to improve overall safety and efficiency in the city.