Inception reports to be basis for Vision 2024 document

Deadlines set for preparation of each report/document

Published - October 16, 2017 02:28 am IST - HYDERABAD

The State Government has decided to expedite the process of preparation of its Vision 2024 document considered to be a status report on the accelerated development the State has achieved since the TRS took over the reins.

The Vision document had been contemplated as the Government wanted to come out with comprehensive statement on the achievements in over 3 years in various sectors and the approach it would adopt in the effective implementation of the spree of developmental and welfare programmes. Senior officials feel that the document could also form an important element in the preparation of the TRS manifesto for the next elections as it would present a comprehensive picture of the current state of affairs enabling the Government to announce new schemes outlining its priorities after the next elections.

The departments concerned have been set time lines for uploading the basic material on the Centre for Good Governance website on October 21. This will be followed by preparation of inception reports pertaining to individual departments by November 15. Officials will subsequently conduct meetings of the stakeholders, heads of departments, secretaries and ministers concerned, for fine-tuning of the contents of the inception reports.

The departments have been grouped into ten categories and officials concerned will assess the performance of the departments since the formation of the new State till date and set targets for the next six years suggesting key changes required in their functioning.

Senior officials said the departments had also been directed to incorporate the sustainable development goals in their respective jurisdiction for the preparation of the draft Vision 2024 document.

The departments had been set December 31 deadline for the completion of the entire process and preparation of the draft document. The final Vision 2024 document would be released after obtaining the consent of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao incorporating the changes/modifications he suggests.

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