PM Modi to chair NITI Aayog’s Meeting, Important Decisions Expected

New Delhi [India]: PM Narendra Modi will chair the seventh meeting of the Governing Council of Niti Aayog at Rashtrapati Bhawan Cultural Centre in the nationwide capital on Sunday.

This would be the initial in-person conference of the Governing Council considering that July 2019.
The agenda of the meeting includes plant diversity as well as attaining self-sufficiency in oilseeds and also pulses and also agri-communities; implementation of the National Education and learning Policy-school education; implementation of the National Education and learning Policy-higher education and learning; and metropolitan governance.

In the drive toward constructing a constant, sustainable and also inclusive India, the 7th controling council meeting of the federal government think tank Niti Aayog is anticipated to lead the way for synergies towards a brand-new period of collaboration as well as participation between Centre as well as states as well as union areas.

As India celebrates 75 years of Freedom, it is the demand of the hr for the states to be active, durable as well as self-reliant and also move in the direction of ‘AatmaNirbhar Bharat’ in a spirit of cooperative federalism, an official statement claimed.

As part of prep work for this conference, the National Meeting of Chief Secretaries was held in Dharamshala in June 2022 which was the conclusion of the six-month-long strenuous exercise by the Centre as well as States.

The seminar was chaired by the Head of state as well as participated in by the Principal Secretaries of all States and also UTs, in addition to elderly officials of the Central and State Governments.

The statement claimed that the meeting is specifically crucial as the nation enters Amrit Kaal against the background of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as taking into account India holding the G20 Presidency and also summit following year. The meeting would additionally emphasize the relevance of the Presidency for India for the government system as well as the role that states can play in highlighting their progression at the G-20 System.

The regulating council comprises the Prime Minister of India; Chief Ministers of all the states as well as union areas with the legislature; Lt Governors of other UTs; Ex-Officio Members; Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog; Full-Time Members, NITI Aayog; as well as Union Ministers as Unique Invitees.

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has actually boycotted the meeting. Nitish Kumar has also indicated that he will not attend.

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