Infrastructure Shimla

All the Industries, educational institutes, health care centres, banking facilities, etc. are part of infrastructure Shimla.

It is because of these that even after almost half of its land area covered with forests, Shimla stands straight amongst the crowd of the modern towns.

Apart from the Tourism Industry, some other industries which have played crucial role in the development of Shimla's infrastructure are as follows :
  • Food and Allied Industry
  • Hosiery and Textile Industry
  • Woodcraft Industry
  • Paper Industry
  • Leather and Glass Industry
Education is another pillar of Infrastructure of Shimla. Some of the top colleges in Shimla are :
  • Himachal Pradesh University, Summer Hill
  • Indian Institute of Advanced Studies(IIAS)
  • Indira Gandhi Medical College
  • HP University- Institute of Information Technology
  • Government Degree College, Sanjaulli
The third pillar of Shimla infrastructure is its health care facilities. Some of the very renowned ones are :
  • Kamla Nehru Hospital
  • Deen Dayal Upadhyay(Ripon) Hospital
  • Indira Gandhi Medical College
In recent times, banking facilities in Shimla has improved. Some of the banks located in The Mall that you can use are as follows :
  • State Bank of India
  • Punjab National Bank
  • Indian Overseas Bank
  • Punjab and Sind Bank
  • Indian Bank
  • Grindlays Bank Limited
  • H.P.,State Co-operative bank
In the recent times, Information Technology is also getting of a stiff hold on Shimla. The government is turning up to the E-Governance for further enhancement of infrastructure of Shimla and in its plans and policies it is giving thrust on the establishment of the IT park in Shimla.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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