Infrastructure of Surat



Surat may not be a metropolitan city but the infrastructure of Surat can be a subject of envy to any metro cities in India. The infrastructure of Surat focuses on industry, medical base, information technology, tourism, electricity, transportation, communication, education etc.

Surat is extremely well connected with the rest of the country by air, road and railway transportations. Surat will soon have its own functional airport apart from the nearby Vadodara Airport. The Surat Station is a major railway junction and the fantastically maintained highways in the city facilitate hassle free road communication.

Surat is one of the most well planned cities in the country. Recently it has been ranked as the second cleanest city in India and has found its place among the top ten Indian cities. Surat is one of the most important industrial centers of the state of Gujarat. The diamond cutting and polishing industry of the city can be the perfect advertisement for the industrial scenario of the city. About ninety two percent of the cutting, polishing and finishing works of the world's diamond products are done here. The city also homes to a rich textile industry and several heavy engineering plants.

Several government and private run hospitals are there in Surat to provide medical assistance to the citizens and the visitors. The authority has stressed on E-Governance to bring speed in the overall administration works. Numerous top grade schools and colleges enrich the education scenario of the Surat City.





Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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