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Your input needed for India's 12th Five Year Plan

Postby s1joshi » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:55 am

This email sent from Karmayog Foundation to DwarkaForum might be of relevance to all Indians.

From: <>
Date: Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 6:17 PM
Subject: your input needed for India's 12th Five Year Plan

The economy of India is based in part on planning through its five-year plans, developed, executed and monitored by the Planning Commission.

The Planning Commission has started the process of preparing an Approach to the 12th Five Year Plan and is adopting a new and more consultative approach

In addition to consultations conducted across the country by organisations representing various citizens' groups e.g., women, dalits and youth, etc., [that have been compiled in the 188 page report on Civil Society Inputs for the Approach Paper for the 12th Five Year Plan at] the Planning Commission has also created a special website to receive feedback and comments from citizens:

The Planning Commission has identified "Twelve Strategy Challenges" to initiate the consultations. The "strategy challenges" refer to some core areas that require new approaches to produce the desired results. The 12 strategy challenges are:

- Enhancing the Capacity for Growth
- Enhancing Skills and Faster Generation of Employment
- Managing the Environment
- Markets for Efficiency and Inclusion
- Decentralisation, Empowerment and Information
- Technology and Innovation
- Securing the Energy Future for India
- Accelerated Development of Transport Infrastructure
- Rural Transformation and Sustained Growth of Agriculture
- Managing Urbanization
- Improved Access to Quality Education
- Better Preventive and Curative Health Care

Citizens and interested groups are invited by the Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, to look at these twelve challenges, and also the introductory notes given for each of them, and contribute feedback and comments via the discussions forums created for this purpose.

Do also visit the website of the Planning Commission at to know more about the current Eleventh Five Year Plan, it's mid-term assessment, and other projects and initiatives.

Do email us a copy of your response if you wish to circulate them to a wider audience.

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