While citizens of Delhi have access to multiple sources of educational and health-related facilities across the capital territory, the reality of the situation is that the number of available facilities cannot satisfy the shear rate of population growth and densification in the city’s center. Along the Najafgahr Drain in particular, a rapidly growing population is overpowering the existing facilities. The re-evaluation of the placement and intentions of public facilities in Delhi is critical, and must act in alignment with infrastructure and urban design assessments.
Public Facilities: Education.
Public Facilities: Health and Medical.
Public Facilities Master Plan along the Najafgahr Drain.