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BWSSB Launches Mobile-Responsive Applications to Address Water Crisis

BWSSB Launches Mobile-Responsive Applications to Address Water Crisis
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On March 14, the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) introduced four mobile-responsive web applications on March 13 to tackle the water crisis gripping the city.

The four apps, namely Jalamithra, Parisara Jalasnehi, Andar Jala, and Samrakshaka, aim to address various aspects of water management and conservation.

Jalamithra, the flagship web app of BWSSB, is designed to engage citizens, retired technical staff, and NGOs in volunteering for activities related to water leakage detection, surveys, and conservation efforts. According to a senior BWSSB official, Jalamithra is a voluntary service open to individuals from government, semi-government, or private sectors. Volunteers are required to commit four days a month to this service. Interested applicants can apply through the BWSSB website, where applications will undergo review, and participants will be selected. However, there are no monetary benefits associated with this service. The official emphasized that the initiative aims to establish a collaborative relationship between BWSSB and the community.

These innovative web applications signify BWSSB’s commitment to leveraging technology and community participation to address the pressing water issues in Bangalore.

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