Hyderabad, February 3

A three-member team of Quality Council of India will study various locations in Hyderabad city for three days. The Central team will check the Swachh Sarvekshan 2017 standard. The City will get Swachh ranking based on the marks given by the team after studying various issues.

The Swachh Sarvekshan test will contain 2,000 marks, for which the central team will study the various programmes implemented by GHMC to maintain cleanliness in the city and also will consider the opinions of citizens.

900 marks are allotted to the GHMC works for maintaining sanitation and their implementation. 360 marks are allotted to garbage collection from each house and supervision over the vehicles that shift the garbage to transfer station and dumping yard.

180 marks will be given to the standards being followed to dispose garbage in scientific way at Jawahar Nagar dumping centre.

270 marks are allotted to the availability and maintenance of public toilets in the city, measures taken to construct toilets for the families who do not have them and lastly, open defecation free zones.

Swachh Sarvekshan

90 marks are allotted for online education meant to provide awareness to the corporation officials on cleanliness and awareness programmes against open defecation and urination, ban on plastic usage.

500 marks are allotted for sanitation management at grassroot level. 500 marks will be given to sanitation levels at bus stand, market, railway station, residential areas, and maintenance of public toilets. 600 marks are allotted for public opinion.

GHMC Commissioner Janardhan Reddy said that they have achieved progress in various issues than last year. There is improvement in separate dry and wet garbage and maintenance of public toilets.

The Centre has set up a toll-free call 1969 to collect public opinion. 450 marks are allotted to the answers given by the public for six questions and 150 marks will be given for efficiency in solving daily public problems.

The rank of Hyderabad will be known after 15 days.

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