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Revolutionary changes will come under “Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh” in the next 3 years

Roadmap for “Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh” presented in Cabinet
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructs to take prompt action

भोपाल : मंगलवार, अगस्त 25, 2020, 23:59 IST

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that there will be a revolutionary change in the state in the next 03 years in the direction of making “Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh”. For this, a roadmap has been prepared, which will be implemented in the state in the next few days after consultation with NITI Ayog. It is targeted to be completed by November 1st, 2023.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was discussing the roadmap of “Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh” presented in the state Cabinet meeting by the concerned departments through video conferencing. Ministers and all concerned officials were present in the meeting.

Roadmap prepared by four minisers groups 

Four groups were formed based on the suggestions given by the subject matter experts and the general public under the leadership of the ministers to prepare the roadmap for ‘ Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh”, which made presentations related to their departments in the Cabinet today. Group - 1 “Development of Physical Infrastructure”, Chairman, Public Works, Cottage and Village Industries Minister Shri Gopal Bhargav and Officer-in-charge Shri I.C.P. Keshri, Group-2 “Good Governance”, Chairman  Home, Jail, Parliamentary Affairs, Law and Legislative Affairs Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra and Officer-in-Charge Shri S.N. Mishra, Group-3 “Health and Education” Chairman -Minister of Medical Education, Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation Shri Vishwas Sarang and Officer-in-Charge Shri Mohammad Suleman and Chairman of Group-4 “Economy and Employment” was Commercial Tax, Finance, Planning Economic and Statistics Minister Shri Jagdish Deora and officer in charge Shri Rajesh Rajoura. The presentation was made by the group in-charge officers.

Important Recommendations for Good Governance

•Single Database for Citizens.

•Single portal for delivery of service.

•Use of m-governance for public service.

•CM Citizen Care @ MP from CM Helpline

•Digital verification of essential documents required for delivery of service.

•Option of multi-payment system for payment of services.

•To make government personnel efficient for the use of IT.

•Implementation of e-office / centralized postal system in Vallabh Bhavan.

•Development of dashboard for effective use of all departments and district collectors.

•Better transparency in governance (digitization, knowledge management, list of beneficiaries).

•Simplification of rules and laws for the understanding and use of common citizens.

•Ease of Living for citizens (know your entitlement, land title, license / permit, faceless contact)

•Assessment of requirement and competence for government servants.

•Preference to increase skill capacity for promotion.

•Lump sum payment of dues on retirement.

Important recommendations for the development of physical infrastructure

•Prompt action on approvals of forest land and minerals etc. for Chambal Progress Way and Narmada Express way projects. Development of online portal by M.P.R.D.C.

•Better planning for the development of roads and scientific traffic survey of 200 roads.

•Computerisation of all toll plazas in the state in the next 6 months and automation through implementation of fast tags.

•Rs 500 crores will be taken as market loan in the form of off budget.

•Road Asset Management System (RAMS) for determining priority of roads and assessing technique based status.

•Launching 'Buffer me Safar” programme in the national parks of the state.

•Start 2 Tiger Safari.

•To develop theme based circuits like Ramayana Circuit, Tirthankar Circuit and Narmada Parikrama.

•To start Experience based tour- Diamond, Sari, Ram Path Gaman.

•Promotion of rural tourism, tribal tourism, home stay, small tours etc.

•Skill development of 25,000 youth in areas near national parks in forest and tourism based businesses.

•Complete the work of Priority Corridor of Indore and Bhopal Metro.

•Connecting all district headquarters and holy sites while expanding Deendayal Rasoi Yojana in the year 2020-21. 

•Registering 5 lakh street vendors by March 2021 and distribution of certificates and sanctioning loan of Rs 10,000 to 3 lakh street vendors.

•Making online all civic amenities in urban areas in the next 3 years. 

•Installing LED street lights through ESCO Model in all cities / towns for saving energy. 

•Development of Startup Incubation Centres in seven cities and skill development of 15 lakh unemployed youth.

•Use of e-vehicle charging stations and e-vehicles for public transport with public private participation in more than 10 lakh cities.

•Integration of town planning e-services with permission for building construction.

•Increase the availability of pipe water supply in rural areas by more than 26 percent by March 2021.

•To ensure availability of drinking water in 100 percent rural households of Madhya Pradesh by the year 2024.

•To train 50 thousand mechanics for repair of taps, electricity etc. in 3 years.

•Approve all projects in the next two years and use allotment of 18.25 MAF of Narmada water.

•To increase irrigation capacity from 40 lakh hectare to 53 lakh hectare in the next 3 years. 

•Provision of additional amount by NBPCL to complete Narmada projects, in the next 3 years, through Rs 15 thousand crore off-budget loan. 

•Development of a 600 MW floating solar project at Omkareshwar through T.B.C.B. route. Estimated investment of Rs 3,000 crore. This will be the “world’s largest floating solar project”.

•Development of 4400 MW solar plant at Morena, Chhatarpur, Agar, Neemuch and Shajapur.

•Completion of Green Energy Corridor Project costing Rs 4000 crore in coming one year.

•To develop Madhya Pradesh as “Multi Model Logistic Hub” in the country.

•Setting up a state level market through e-logistics to provide a platform to all legislators.

•To formulate a policy for air cargo so that perishable goods can be transported to the market at the earliest.

•Promotion of electric vehicles.

•Formation of Department of Madhya Pradesh Public Assets Management.

Important recommendations related to health and education

•Enhancement of outreach and capacity of Ayushman Bharat.

•Up to 8 percent increase in allocation for health sector in the state budget.

•Developing 10,000 Sub Health Centres (SHCs) and 1200 Primary Health Centres (PHCs) as “Health and Wellness Centres” (HWCs) to provide comprehensive primary health care (including POC diagnostics).

•Setting up of 363 AYUSH Health and Wellness Centres (HWC).

•Setting up of Special Neonatal Care Units (SNCUs) in 1600 state-of-the-art delivery centres and community health centres across the state.

•Complete immunization of all children under five years of age.

•Merger of family welfare programmes into maternal health programmes.

•Implementation of an integrated action plan to eradicate TB by 2025.

•Setting up of “AYUSH Super Specialty Hospitals” in Bhopal and Indore.

•Upgradation of Ayurveda and Unani dispensaries.

•Availability of active ICU, HDU wards, isolation wards, diagnostic facilities and specialist physicians to reduce referral in each district hospital.

•New buildings for 120 colleges and strengthening of infrastructure of 200 colleges.

•Establishment of 10000 all resource equipped - CM RISE Schools.

•Merger of Department of Medical Education with Department of Public Health and Family Welfare.

•Merger of schools of Tribal Welfare Department in the Department of School Education.

•Partnership between Department of Education and Technical Education to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.

•Reconsider “Public Participation Committee System” under government colleges.

•Telemedicine for specialist consultation in Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and Sub Health Centers (SCHs).

•Strengthening of civil registration system and integration with HMIS.

•IT based Third Party Evaluation of results in schools.

•IT based School and Education Management System.

•Setting up of virtual learning facility and smart classes in 200 government colleges.

•Creation of integrated portal for Directorate of Higher Education and Colleges.

•Creation of cadre for public health managers and hospital managers.

•Formulation of state level policy for teacher training.

•Work based assessment, Digital efficiency enhancement of teachers and ITI employees.

•Research and development of AYUSH medicines for non-communicable diseases.

•Establishment of MP Knowledge Corporation for innovation, reforms and technology development. 

•Emphasis on AYUSH medicines for preventive care.

•NAAC “A” grade for 50 colleges and A + grade for 20 colleges, due efforts to bring state HEls to NIRF’s first 100 institutes.

•Obtaining CBSE recognition for schools and starting an English medium section.

•Special scheme “Prakhar” for talented children.

•Partnership and collaboration with reputed national and international universities for “Knowledge Partnership”.

•Coaching to 3000 students for JEE, NEET, CLAT etc.

•Setting up of hub and spoke model based carrier and placement cells in engineering colleges and all district level ITIs. Setting up of Placement and Entrepreneurship Cell established in 200 colleges.

•Setting up of six state universities, 10 division level ITIs. incubation centers.

•Public-private partnership for high-level diagnostic services in government hospitals.

•Setting up of new medical colleges and super specialty hospitals on PPP mode.

•Posting of AYUSH Medical Officer at vacant Primary Health Centres after training.

•Upgradation of 50 government colleges as multi-disciplinary institutes.

•Setting up of 150 new Open Distance Learning (ODL) centres to increase access to higher education institutes.

•Industry participation for Global Skill Park and 10 Mega ITIs.

•Partnership with industries to integrate enterprises with higher education.

•Establishment of Centres of Excellence in selected areas of health and education.

•Developing 150 identified colleges as Quality Learning Centres (OLCs).

Atmanirbhar M.P.-Economy and Employment

•Mission for development of 75 thousand hectares of Chambal ravines.

•Formation of ‘M.P. Green Revolution Company’ for schemes of Micro Irrigation schemes.

•Fertility mapping of all villages of state.

•Strengthening of 100 horticulture nurseries under PPP mode.

•Development of 20 Green House clusters.

•Assessment of  crops’ area and expected production by remote sensing technology.

•Development of 1000 Climate Smart Villages.

•Promotion for use of new agricultural equipments (Happy Seeder, Bailer) in areas where stubble is burnt.

•Operation of 10 seed quality control and 10 fertilizer quality control laboratories.

•Setting up 10 agricultural equipments skill development institutions with 10 major manufacturers of agricultural equipments.  

•Setting up 3 thousand new custom hiring centres.

•Three thousand agri-clinics and agri-service centres. 

•Increase in area of certified organic farming to 4 lakh hectare area.   

•Setting up 30 private market yards 100 direct purchase centres.

•Linking of all mandis of state to e-NAM.

•Transformation of all records and procedure of mandis into paperless mandis.

•Transformation of 30 mandis into High-Tech modern mandis.

•GI Tag- for Sharbati wheat, Jirashankar Dhar, Pipariya Tuar etc. 

•Establishment of 3 logistics hubs on PPP model on the lines of Pawarkheda.

•Establishment of food processing units through FPC by selecting 20 clusters.

•Air Cargo facility from Indore and Bhopal Airport.

•Establishment of 6 agriculture science centers along with Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Universities.

•KCC to 3 lakh cattle breeders.

•Formation of 800 new milk producing societies.

•Establishment of 2 Dairy Technology College under Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Universities.

•To increase fish production from 2 lakh MT to 3 lakh MT and linkage of mulberry silk production with 4 thousand hectare new area. 

•Under ‘Ek Jila-Ek Utpad’, identification of one industrial/traditional product of each district and their development in district besides branding in country.

•Setting up of World Class Industrial Corridors and MSME clusters in the vicinity of Atal Progress Way and Narmada Express Way.

•‘Land Pooling Policy’ for new industrial areas. 

•‘Plug and Play’ infrastructure in 3 industrial areas.

•3 new Inland Container Depot.

•10 new M.S.M.E. clusters.

•World class Pharma Park in Mohasa- Babai.

•Policy to promote production of edible oil in state.

•Attractive investment promotion policy for labour based industries like food processing, garments etc.

•Merger of Food Processing Department in M.S.M.E.

•Zero waiting time policy by making online the allocation of total industrial land. 

•System for immediate online issuance of permissions of all industries, environment, labour, urban development, fire etc. on Invest M.P. Portal.

•Exemption in various labour laws for one thousand days for investment coming in one thousand days by finalizing the reforms in labour laws.

•100 new food processing and agriculture based start ups.                        

•Skill development training to 6 thousand youths every year by starting Global Skill Park, Bhopal.

•Setting up of 2 special economic zones in Mahakoshal and Malwa-Nimar region (For wood and non-wood)

•To link 25 thousand farmers with Bee keeping, lac production and silk production.

•New policy to include 31 major minerals in minor minerals category.

•Formation of Madhya Pradesh Export Promotion Council.

•Formation of Task Force to add products of the state in ‘Global Value Chain’.

•Long term agreement with one of the sea port of the country for export of states’ products.

•Online marketing of Mrigyanayni, Kabira, Vindhya valley, Prakrit etc. on Amazon, Snap Deal and Flipkart etc.                                                                                  

Pankaj Mittal
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