All You Need To Know About The NITI Aayog

Welcome NITI Aayog :

So, on the very first day of 2015 NITI aayog got established (to take new year resolutions for government )

1) What is NITI Aayog?

NITI – National Institution for Transforming India, is the Aayog established to replace Nehruvian Planning commission.

2) What will it do?

NITI Aayog will emerge as a “think-tank” that will provide Governments at the central and state levels with relevant strategic and technical advice across the spectrum of key elements of policy.

3) How is it different from Planning commission?

The NITI Aayog will also seek to put an end to slow and tardy implementation of policy, by fostering better Inter-Ministry coordination and better Centre-State coordination. It will help evolve a shared vision of national development priorities, and foster cooperative federalism, recognizing that strong states make a strong nation.

The NITI Aayog will develop mechanisms to formulate credible plans to the village level and aggregate these progressively at higher levels of government. It will ensure special attention to the sections of society that may be at risk of not benefitting adequately from economic progress.

The NITI Aayog will create a knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurial support system through a collaborative community of national and international experts, practitioners and partners. It will offer a platform for resolution of inter-sectoral and inter-departmental issues in order to accelerate the implementation of the development agenda.

In addition, the NITI Aayog will monitor and evaluate the implementation of programmes, and focus on technology upgradation and capacity building.

4) What are its objectives?

· a) An administration paradigm in which the Government is an “enabler” rather than a “provider of first and last resort.”

· b) Progress from “food security” to focus on a mix of agricultural production, as well as actual returns that farmers get from their produce.

· c) Ensure that India is an active player in the debates and deliberations on the global commons.

· d) Ensure that the economically vibrant middle-class remains engaged, and its potential is fully realized.

· e) Leverage India’s pool of entrepreneurial, scientific and intellectual human capital.

· f) Incorporate the significant geo-economic and geo-political strength of the Non-Resident Indian Community.

· g) Use urbanization as an opportunity to create a wholesome and secure habitat through the use of modern technology.

· h) Use technology to reduce opacity and potential for misadventures in governance.

5) How will it help India face complex social challeneges?

· a) Leveraging of India’s demographic dividend, and realization of the potential of youth, men and women, through education, skill development, elimination of gender bias, and employment

· b) Elimination of poverty, and the chance for every Indian to live a life of dignity and self-respect

· c) Reddressal of inequalities based on gender bias, caste and economic disparities

· d) Integrate villages institutionally into the development process

· e) Policy support to more than 50 million small businesses, which are a major source of employment creation

· f) Safeguarding of our environmental and ecological assets

About Prashant Sagar

The RIGHT was never right.There was nothing left in the LEFT. Thus here is a boy opening the gift boxes of horizons in search of a new ideology.

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