State to Submit Vision Document to NITI Aayog

Published: 21st April 2015 06:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st April 2015 06:06 AM   |  A+A-

BHUBANESWAR:  The State Government will submit its vision document at the first meeting of sub-group of NITI Aayog at New Delhi on April 25.

Minister of State for Food Supply and Consumer Welfare Sanjay Dasburma presided the meeting for preparation of the vision document. The Minister advised different departments to submit their recommendations based on the guidelines circulated by NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India).

The vision document will include the projects undertaken in the State including utilisation of available infrastructure and the status of the projects. As many as 17 departments are involved in skill development and training. The departments have been asked to submit an integrated report.

Chief Secretary Gokul Chandra Pati has asked different departments to submit their plan of action by Tuesday.

He has asked the departments to focus on qualitative and quantitative development of skills.

Besides, the departments have been asked to give priority on selection of training organisations, how to assist in self-employment and employment of youths and provide guidance basing on market requirement. 

The vision document to be prepared by the Employment, Technical Education and Training Department will be presented at the sub-group meeting after approval of the Chief Minister.

Dasburma will attend the meeting on behalf of the Chief Minister.

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