STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: In a country-first, Jammu Municipal Corporation on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ITI Limited for providing Jammu Surakhsa Yojana Project to the residents of Jammu city. On the occasion, Deputy Mayor JMC, Purnima Sharma, JMC Commissioner Pankaj Magotra, Secretary JMC, Sunaina Sharma and official of ITI Limited were also present. Briefing media persons, Deputy Mayor JMC, Purnima Sharma said “A proposal for providing affordable home security solution to residents of Jammu city was placed before the General House meeting on December 15, 2018 which was unanimously passed by the house.” “Any resident of Jammu City desirous of having his/her home security solution may approach ITI Limited through Sewa Kendras to be established by ITI Limited in different wards of JMC,” she added. A first of its kind initiative taken by government towards the general public personal security, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in this regard has been signed by Pankaj Magotra, Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation with the representatives of ITI Limited. “As per the instant proposal, ITI Limited will provide the services/ equipments to the citizen’s of Jammu City at a subsidized cost of Rs 10,000 plus applicable taxes on a monthly installment of Rs 500 only. The personal security included one High Definition indoor IP based camera with embedded artificial intelligence technology, one high definition IP based PTZ outdoor camera with artificial intelligence, dual audio interaction between recording set mobile phone (for live video conferencing), artificial intelligence embedded theft alert (real time) and artificial intelligence embedded burglary alert (real time). For fire alert ITI Limited will provide two wireless door alarm sensor set (AI Electro Magnetic Waves Technology), cloud recording, dedicated android & iOS app with 20 months warranty,” Commissioner JMC said. “One month installment will be waived off for government employees and they have to pay only 19 installments,” he added.
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