Board of Directors of “Nite” discusses “New India 2022”
NITI Aayog, the government’s leading institution, plans to hold its fourth Board meeting next month to discuss the agenda of “New India 2022” to accelerate economic growth over the next four years. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, chairman of the board of directors of Ayog, is likely to chair the meeting, which is expected to be attended by key EU ministers and senior bureaucrats, according to people familiar with the matter.
Previously planned to produce three documents
Aayog is working on the New India 2022 Development Strategy or Development Agenda for a period of time. It had previously planned to produce three documents – a three-year work plan, a seven-year medium-term strategic paper and a 15-year vision document.
Foundation for freedom from six problems – poverty, dirt, corruption, terrorism, sectarianism, and sectarianism – will be developed by 2022, when India celebrates 75 years of independence as prime ministers of all nations.
The governors are expected to attend the important meeting, which will be the last big meeting of the center with the states before the general elections next year. Since the BNP-led National Democratic Alliance is in power in most states, Aygog hopes his development vision will be accepted without many objections from states, people have said earlier.
Country’s social and economic development.
NITI Aayog’s vice chairman is likely to present a detailed presentation on the roadmap for the rapid development of the Indian economy. The meeting is likely to highlight all countries’ key government programs and their impact on the country’s social and economic development.
The World Bank said in a recent report that India needs the momentum of decisive structural reform that has succeeded in stimulating investment and export growth while maintaining macroeconomic stability to maintain a GDP growth rate of 8 percent.
The report Says:
Maintaining a growth rate of more than 7.5 percent and achieving an ambitious growth rate of 8 percent or higher requires contributions from all domestic sectors and support from the global economy.
“Maintaining the hard-won macroeconomic stability, finding a clear and lasting solution to banking sector issues, achieving the expected growth and the GST monetary revenue, and restoring momentum on the unfinished structural reform agenda are key elements.”