Annual Plan 2011-12 Finalized Kerala

Annual spending plan for Kerala for the year 2011-12 was approved today at a meeting between the Vice President, Planning Commission, Shri Montek Singh Ahluwalia and Chief Minister Oomen Chandy of Kerala M. . The size of the annual plan was agreed at Rs 12,010 crores.

In his opening remarks, Mr Ahluwalia complimented the state government to lead the human development index, such as health and education. He said the focus on revenue generation and the need for the state needs to bring forward plans to support the value-added agriculture. He said he needs the state, without compromising growth and inclusion. The focus of development initiatives in health, education and job creation. New initiatives are needed to enable an investor to improve both the environment and the social and physical infrastructure. Attention to inherit the strengths of the state, he said, the focus in the tourism sector should be valuable for tourism.

Mr. Ahluwalia said, as part of the year to further involve Member States in the development approach for the 12th plan period and the Commission has taken the views of all stakeholders, including States members and civil society. He said the Commission would be willing to help prepare a development plan that will make development more inclusive. He said the state should go to moving to the new pension system, which most other countries have already done to improve fiscal sustainability. It also recommended creating a committee to externally funded projects will be to facilitate quick approval.

Evaluation of approach of the new government to deal with problems, the Commission said the focus on tourism and the cluster system for industrial development, are steps in the right direction. He said the Commission should also give priority to the cluster system in the 12 th Plan, and therefore hopes that the initiatives in this direction. State is asked to consider industrial policy to create an environment investor. Attention has been drawn for a long time due to reforms in the energy sector. Approach to skills development has been understood.

Briefing the Commission’s development strategy, a new member of the board Chandy said the government has managed to include both the public and the revenue deficit. In 2010-11 the deficit was only 2.91 percent of net sales and the deficit was 1.39%. He said that despite financial difficulties due to pay the Commission’s recommendation, the government is committed to implementing systems to improve the quality of life, enhance economic activity and improving agricultural production NRI Share Trading Account.

He said the Commission should allow flexibility of use of the centrally sponsored to improve delivery. He said the state government intends to improve the wages of less than MNREGS RS 150 RS 200 and this would increase the allocation of Rs 800 crore system. As an essay in the unit price iAy would have increased to 75 000 rupees will create additional demand for RS 250 crore.



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