HYDERABAD: In its bid to transform Andhra Pradesh into a high-income economy in a sustainable manner, the State government from Monday will take up an in-depth and systematic analysis of ongoing welfare programmes and schemes department-wise for a period of six weeks, so as to fix the flaws in the implementation of each scheme.
Malaysia’s Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU) will oversee this six-week lab sessions. Chief secretary SP Tucker will inaugurate the first lab session at Marri Channa Reddy Human Resource Development Institute here.
As CM Chandrababu Naidu is adopting the ‘Economic Transformation Programme’ being implemented by the Malaysian govt, he had already started executing ‘PEMANDU’ model of governance in each department to achieve desired results while implementing government programmes.
The proposed lab sessions will focus on scrutinising how the BFR methodology is helping the State government machinery in evaluating the welfare schemes.