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Odisha government to prepare Vision document 2036 to mark state's 100 year completion

Development commissioner R Balakrishnan said the vision document should be a powerful instrument to shape the future of Odisha.

Published: 08th October 2016 12:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th October 2016 12:15 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BHUBANWESWAR: The government has decided to prepare Vision document for 2036 to mark the 100 year completion of Odisha as a separate state.
  
Preparation of the vision document was discussed at a high level meeting presided over by chief secretary AP Padhi at the secretariat here today. 

Padhi advised different departments to ensure that the document is based on the realistic assessment of future needs of Odisha and service delivery  at the ground level.
  
The chief secretary said the meeting aimed at exploring various facets of the document from the perspective of making Odisha one of the leading state. The departments were asked to submit ideas for further deliberation. The document will be drafted within the next two to three months.
   
The theme of the vision document will be shared prosperity, equitable distribution of the development outcomes, social justice, occupational dignity and inclusive growth in line with the ideals of Swaraj and Sarvodaya.
  
Chairman of the Odisha Skill Development Authority, Subroto Bagchi, who was special invitee to the meeting, elaborated on various dimensions of the document.

Development commissioner R Balakrishnan said the vision document should be a powerful instrument to shape the future of Odisha.
  
Principal secretaries, secretaries and special secretaries of different departments participated in the deliberations.
 



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