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Chapter # 41. Data Led Governance and Policy Making

February 14, 2019

Objectives Evidence based policy making should be made integral to the overall governance structure in New India, 2022-23. To achieve this, timely generation and dissemination of robust data at all levels of governance would be a pre-requisite. This would require: Collecting data for new measurable parameters using latest technologies. Improving efficiencies in processes related to […]

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Chapter # 40. Optimizing the Use of Land Resources

February 14, 2019

Optimizing the Use of Land Resources-Ensuring that land markets function smoothly, through efficient allocation of land across uses, provision of secure property rights and titles, and clear and consistent regulations around the operations, leasing and sale of land are critical for India to achieve and sustain high economic growth. To this end, the following goals […]

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Chapter # 39. Modernizing City Governance For Urban Transformation

February 14, 2019

Objective  City Governance For Urban Transformation To transform our cities into economically vibrant and environmentally sustainable habitats that provide equitable access to basic infrastructure, public services and opportunities to all citizens and platforms for democratic participation. Current Situation Global experience indicates that cities are central to raising economic productivity, enhancing job creation and improving public […]

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Chapter # 38. Civil Services Reforms

February 14, 2019

Objective  civil-services-reforms To put in place a reformed system of recruitment, training and performance evaluation of the civil service to ensure more effective and efficient delivery of public services to achieve the development goals envisaged in New India 2022. Current Situation The Second Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) was constituted in 2005 and in 2009, the […]

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Chapter # 37. Legal, Judicial and Police Reforms

February 14, 2019

Objective To ensure the safety and security of citizens and ensure access to effective legal systems and speedy delivery of justice. Current Situation  Legal and judicial reforms are urgently needed to address the massive pendency and capacity issues in Indian courts, which impede access to justice. Several archaic and defunct laws have already been repealed […]

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Chapter # 36. The North-East Region

February 14, 2019

Objectives The North-East Region (NER) should: Have adequate road, rail and air connectivity, waterways, internet connectivity and financial inclusion. This will form the platform upon which suitable interventions for all sectors where the North-East Region has a comparative advantage (for e.g., tourism, hydropower generation, handicrafts, organic agriculture, etc.) can be effectively implemented. By 2022-23, the region […]

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Chapter # 35. Balanced Regional Development: Transforming Aspirational Districts

February 14, 2019

Objective  Balanced Regional Development: Transforming Aspirational Districts Achieve balanced development in India by uplifting 115 districts, currently below the national average in the areas of health and nutrition, education, agriculture and water resources, financial inclusion and skill development, and basic infrastructure. Current Situation The Aspirational Districts Programme (ADP) was launched on January 5, 2018, by […]

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Chapter # 34. Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs), Other Backward Classes (OBCs), Other Tribal Groups and Minorities

February 14, 2019

SCs, STs, OBCs, De-Notified Tribes (DNTs), Nomadic Tribes (NTs) and Semi-Nomadic Tribes (SNTs) Objective  To accelerate the socio-economic development of SCs, STs, OBCs, safai karamcharis as well as DNTs, NTs and SNTs through focused affirmative action so as to bring them on par with the rest of the population as far as key human development indicators are […]

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Chapter # 33. Senior Citizens, Persons with Disability and Transgender Persons

February 13, 2019

SENIOR CITIZENS  Objective To ensure a life of dignity, social security and safety for senior citizens, enabling them to actively participate in economic development and the nation building process. Current Situation  As per Census 2011,1 India had 10.38 crore senior citizens (60 years and above). Of this, 3.8 crore were above the age of 80 […]

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Chapter # 32. Gender

February 13, 2019

Objective  To create an enabling environment, sans institutional and structural barriers. To enhance the female labour force participation rate to at least 30 per cent by 2022-23. Current Situation  As highlighted in the Economic Survey 2018, a number of indicators that reflect the position of women in Indian society have moved in the right direction. […]

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Chapter # 31. Nutrition

February 13, 2019

Objectives  Under POSHAN Abhiyaan, achieve the following outcomes by 2022-23, compared to the baseline of 2015-16 (National Family Health Survey-4): Reduce the prevalence of stunting among children to 25 per cent or less. Reduce the prevalence of underweight in children (0-6 years) to 25 per cent or less. Reduce the prevalence of anaemia among young […]

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Chapter # 30. Universal Health Coverage

February 13, 2019

Objectives  On the strong platform of Pradhan Mantri – Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY): Attain a coverage of at least 75 per cent of the population with publicly financed health insurance (covering most secondary and tertiary care procedures) by 2022-23. Reduce by 50 per cent the proportion of households facing catastrophic health expenditure from the current […]

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Chapter # 29. Human Resources for Health

February 13, 2019

Objectives  Achieve a doctor-population ratio of at least 1:1400 (WHO norm 1:1000) and nurse-population ratio of at least 1:500 (WHO norm 1:400) by 2022-23. Ensure availability of paramedics and doctors as per Indian Public Health Standard (IPHS) norms in high priority districts by 2020 (National Health Policy, 2017). Deploy mid-level providers (MLPs) to manage the […]

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Chapter # 28. Comprehensive Primary Health Care

February 13, 2019

Objectives  Under Ayushman Bharat, scale-up a new vision for comprehensive primary health care across the country, built on the platform of health and wellness centres (HWCs), to: Provide quality ambulatory services for an inclusive package of diagnostic, curative, rehabilitative and palliative care, close to the people. Deliver preventive and promotion services, and action on the […]

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Chapter # 27. Public Health Management and Action

February 13, 2019

Objectives  To revamp radically the public and preventive health system in the nation through the following strategic interventions: Mobilize public health action through an integrated, inter-sectoral and pan-stakeholder approach, targeted at communities and individuals as well as grassroots organizations, aimed at creating an unprecedented people-led movement for health and wellness. Operationalize vital enablers – a) […]

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