Jamshedpur, Nov. 1: Jamshedpur Utility Services Company (Jusco), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Steel, has been working on a mobile app for the citizens of Jamshedpur.
The app dubbed Zimmedaar Steel City App was formally launched by Sunil Kumar Burnwal, IAS, secretary, IT and e-commerce, government of Jharkhand along with Sunil Bhaskaran, vice-president (corporate servives), Tata Steel, Mr S K Behera, chairman, MSME subcommittee, CII eastern region, Mr Ashish Mathur, managing director, Jusco and Sreekant Mokshi, chief GIS, Tata Steel during the ‘Digital Jharkhand’ seminar at Gopal Maidan on Sunday.
“Zimmedaar Steel City”, mobile app is to explore mobile applications to provide services more effectively and to reach citizens in new ways. And it’s not just for civic services but also to highlight Jamshedpur’s civic culture and even promote community action.
“We have launched this app to show the functionality, the capacity and the potential a mobile app can have and how it can be leveraged to improve communication between the city and the citizens in a smart zimmedaar way to enhance sustainability”, said Rajesh Rajan, spokesperson, Jusco.
He further informed that ‘Zimmedaar Steel City’ mobile app is a step for us to ensure we promote the city to visitors and residents alike. “Think like a citizen.
Get citizen input and respond with agility,” is what we aspire to do. We want to instill a culture in Jamshedpur that sharing data/ information can be a part of our mission, improve how we deliver services and further strengthen the trust that people of Jamshedpur have had in Tata Steel & Jusco for the past 100 years, Mr. Rajan added.
Mobile App Features include: log complaints, my complaint status and feedback, report misuse and damage, fogging schedule, OHT cleaning schedule, emergency contact, bill enquiry & payments, power meter reading, events & notification, places nearby, suggestions and social media screen.
“Zimmedaar Steel City Mobile App”, can be downloaded from Google play store on android phones.