Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu comes up with Vision 2029 for Andhra Pradesh
State government has set a target of transforming AP into a developed state by 2029
Hyderabad:Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday placed a Vision-2029 document before elected representatives from the TD and said the state government has set a target of transforming AP into a developed state by 2029.
This will be achieved by implementing seven missions that will be headed by Chief Minister as chairman, a minister as vice-chairman and an IAS officer as coordinator to periodically review the performance.
The 7 missions are primary, urban, industry, infrastructure, service sector, skill development and social empowerment. As part of primary mission, government plans to take up restoration of all the water bodies and water harvesting structures, go for artificial recharge and conjunctive use, reduce waste of horticulture produce and ensure enhanced post production processing capacity.
Urban Mission with smart cities will be achieved through institutional reforms. Better urban planning, poverty alleviation and housing, security and safety, economy and environment and service delivery are important components of urban mission.
Industry mission includes promotion of manufacturing sector, energy, mines and Quarrying. Infrastructure Mission is to Transform AP into a National and International Logistic Hub, relook into Industrial policy, create PPP strategy and rereation of athority under infrastructure Act, etablish trgets for 2019–20, enance ease of doing business.
Service Mission will have focus on ITIR, IT Regions and ITES, tourism sector, hotel, real estate and banking, transport and logistics, warehousing and markets.Skill development mission will work on forecasting, industry collaboration, reaching out to unemployed, quality education, institutional availability, soft skills, sector analysis, skill gap, technical education, placement facilitation and knowledge management.
Social Empowerment Mission would focus on improving the service delivery in public health and educational institutions to globally appreciable standards and achieve the millennium developmental goals.
( Source : dc correspondent )