Hyderabad: Principal Secretary of Municipal Administration Arvind Kumar along with Grater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Commissioner Lokesh Kumar went around an exhibition of various types of public toilets at MAUD office on Tuesday.\u00a0 The exhibition was organised by a Mumbai based organisation to sensitise the zonal commissioners and engineers of GHMC about the various types of public toilet designs available which can be built in the city.\u00a0 It may be recalled that during a recent review meeting, the Municipal Administration minister Mr. K T Rama Rao has asked the GHMC engineers to build 3000 toilets in the city. Kalpit Ashar explaining about the different public toilets to officials on Tuesday at MAUD office. Over 10 types of public toilets for the cities and villages that are socially sustainable and are integrated into the everyday life of people are on display at the exhibition. Portable toilets, bus stop toilets, railway toilets, pavement toilets, highway toilets, urban toilets, Anganwadi toilets, community toilets, park toilets, and women-only toilets are on display at the exhibition. Anil Kumar asked the Zonal Commissioners to identify suitable sites in their respective areas so as to enable the architect, Mr. Kalpit Ashar, to suggest the best possible model for constructing toilets. \u00a0He also asked the architect to suggest the space required for constructing different types of toilets so that the GHMC officials can plan for their areas accordingly.\u00a0 He directed the GHMC commissioner Lokesh Kumar to involve all the engineers so that the process can be expedited. Kalpit Ashar informed the principal secretary that the exhibition initiates a new discussion on the nature of infrastructure where they are not only problem-solving solutions but are holistic public spaces integrated into the everyday lives of people.\u00a0 The framework sets up a pool of various parameters such as sanitation technology, recycling systems, construction method, affordability, maintenance model, operational cost, maintenance cost delivery model, he said.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 At present, similar toilets are being built in seven cities of Rajasthan including Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner, and Kota on 34 sites. The sites include bus stops, bus stations, urban parks,\u00a0 markets, stadiums, government office complexes, hospitals, public squares, and junctions, he added.