On 17th April 2019, SUTC has announced top 24 ideas that will move to the next stage of the challenge. The ideas that have hit the top list are listed in the link below:
The final seminar for Smart Urban Technology Challenge took place on Monday, March 25 in City hall, Kathmandu. The program ran from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM with the topic - 'Seminar on Legal issues'.
On March 16 and 17, SUTC, an initiative of KMC, organized Training on Data and Technology. In two halls of King's College jammed to capacity with more than total 70 participants each day.
SUTC has successfully organized two days Business Development training program for SUTC participants.
After the successful completion of four thematic sessions, SUTC organised the first training on Design thinking, MVP development and Idea Pitching on 3rd and 4th march 2019.
On 24 Feb 2019, the thematic Session for Smart Urban Technology Challenge was convened under the theme ‘Municipal Community Services'.
On 16 Feb 2019, 38 participants who qualified in the preliminary stage of Smart urban technology challenge under the domain of Urban Infrastructure gathered together to participate in a t
Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) announced a competition known as Smart urban technology 2018 by organizing a press meet on 12th December 2018 at City Hall, Kathmandu.