New Delhi: The Governing Council of Niti Ayog meeting is underway and this is very important as this is a 15-year Vision Document to improve and accelerate India's economic development. 30 Chief Ministers of Indian states are participating in this meet and this is the first time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited the chief ministers to tell about the centrally sponsored schemes and sharing patters.
There have been ample feedbacks about the Skill Development and Swach Bharat. Niti Ayog is also discussing the next 7-years strategy along with the 3-yesr action plan.In the meeting being held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, PM has said emphatically that the New India dream can be realised only with the combined efforts of all states and chief ministers. Here are all developments related to this crucial meet of Niti Ayog:
--NITI VC Dr APanagariya solicits inputs, support of States in taking India's 15-yr Vision forward
-NITI VC Dr APanagariya presents 3-yr Action Agenda toTeamIndia,with 300 action points across sectors,drafted with inputs from all States
-Prime Minister Modi at NITI Aayog meet called for carrying forward the debate and discussion on simultaneous elections.
-NITIs 3-year Action Agenda coincides with 14th Finance Commission’s award. Gives stability to funding estimates of both Centre and States!
-NITI announces platform for best practices to strengthen learning and evidence based policy making
-NITI VC Dr.Panagariya presents 3-yr Action Agenda to TeamIndia,with 300 action points across sectors, drafted with inputs from all States
-NITI to work with States to improve basic services and infrastructure in districts which require specific attention
-NITI CEO Amitabh outlines key initiatives in agriculture, poverty elimination, health, education, digital payments, disinvestment and island development
-NITI Aayog Vice Chairman, Dr.APanagariya, presents the long term Vision for India, focusing on the 3-year Action Agenda today to TeamIndia
-NITI Aayog's 15 year Vision, 7 year Strategy, and 3 year Action Agenda will reflect in benefits to all States
-GST reflects the spirit of “One nation, One aspiration, One determination
-Through NITI, CMs views on key matters such as Centrally Sponsored Schemes, Swacch Bharat, Skill Devp & Digital Payments taken on board
-NITI doesn't rely on Govt inputs. Taken on board young specialists, experts; States now contribute to policy making
-PM: NITI is a collaborative federal body whose strength is in its ideas, rather than in administrative or financial control
-PM:NITI Aayog has been taking steps to transform India, with fresh vigour
-PM: discusses ways to prepare India for changing global trends
-PM: Convinced that vision of “New India” can only be realised through the combined effort of all States and CMs
- PM, Union Ministers and CMs deliberate the way forward for India
-Cabinet Ministers, State CMs, officials, members of Niti Aayog and special invitees are attending the Niti Aayog Governing Council meeting