The Quantified Cities Movement has been created by the Centre for Development Studies and Activities (CDSA) to enable citizens to participate in the process of monitoring and improving your city. The QCM framework is designed to help citizens and the government identify problems, agree on solutions and manage the city on a day to day basis.
The iNagrik is at the heart of the QCM framework and enables citizens to report, track and share issues and solutions from all around your city.
CDSA is a pioneering institution in contextual, convergent urban, rural and regional sustainable development planning registered as not-for-profit trust and Society under the relevant Acts of 1860 and 1950 respectively in India.
CDSA conducts research on development problems and processes, teaches and trains participants about them and helps governments and other multilateral organizations, its agencies and other public bodies by training their personnel and advising them on issues of public policy and decision making for development. CDSA is not a Government entity and does not represent any Government entity.