Community based social network LocalCircles has announced that its patent pending – real identity based online local network – will be available free of cost to the first 50 Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) that are currently enrolled in Government of Delhi’s Bhagidari RWA program. Launched by the Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit in March this year, LocalCircles has already made the platform available to over 75 different neighborhoods in Delhi/NCR.
This local network designed to easily link up residents of a particular neighborhood/s and their respective Resident Welfare Association/s, enables all members of that neighborhood to stay in touch through internet and smart phones – at all times. Such connectivity is particularly useful in case of an emergency situation (e.g. safety, fire, medical, outages etc.) or when there is a need to address any pressing or common neighborhood issues.
Sachin Taparia, Chairman and Managing Director of LocalCircles said,”From issues such as addressing dog menace, to easily finding emergency ENT assistance within minutes in the neighborhood, to residents discussing ideas to making the neighborhood more secure, citizens of Delhi/NCR are already using the platform in many unique ways.
Some Key Highlights are:
- Connecting residents and RWA members in Delhi/NCR Neighborhood through internet and smart phones.
- Makes managing a neighborhood easy.
- Enables residents to quickly seek daily life information and emergency assistance from each other.
- 50 RWAs of the Delhi Bhagidari RWA program to get this technology free of cost.
LocalCircles will be accepting sign-ups for the Bhagidari Resident Welfare Associations under its free program at the e-SLA camps organized by the Government of Delhi on June 30th, July 7th and July 14th or via email.