‘State implementing a number of programmes to scale back poverty and take away disparities’
Chief Secretary Aditya Nath Das has stated that the State authorities is making a concerted effort to scale back poverty and take away the socio-economic disparities by prioritising the event of schooling, well being and agriculture and allied sectors.
In addition to, it has introduced in administrative reforms similar to institution of village and ward secretariats with the purpose to take welfare schemes to the folks’s doorstep.
“A bunch of such measures will take Andhra Pradesh nearer to reaching the Sustainable Growth Objectives (SDGs),” Mr. Das asserted whereas taking part as chief visitor in a workshop on ‘SDG India Index and Multidimensional Poverty Index’ organised by the NITI Aayog on the Secretariat on Thursday.
Mr. Das stated meals safety was one other factor to which the federal government hooked up due precedence, and it was implementing Navaratnalu to enhance the dwelling requirements of the weaker sections.
“Efforts are being made to realize higher rating within the SDGs, and it’s a steady course of,” he noticed.
NITI Aayog Adviser (SDGs) Sanyukta Samaddar stated Andhra Pradesh’s efforts in reaching 17 SDGs had been commendable, and it might nonetheless do its greatest to additional enhance its standing among the many 22 States within the nation.
She then spoke in regards to the method wherein the targets had been to be completed as per the rules laid down by the Authorities of India and intently monitored by the NITI Aayog.
Secretary (planning) G.S.R.Okay.R. Vijay Kumar, Particular Chief Secretary (larger schooling) Satish Chandra, and Principal Secretaries M.T. Krishna Babu (transport, roads and buildings), B. Rajasekhar (faculty schooling), A.R. Anuradha (ladies and little one growth) and Kantilal Dande (tribal welfare) had been amongst these current.