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Basic awareness about  NITI Aayog notes-CSEET

Basic awareness about  NITI Aayog notes-CSEET

Basic awareness about  NITI Aayog:

ICSI CSEET: The Council of the ICSI has released a notice regarding CSEET on the day of the inauguration of ICSI Golden Jubilee Celebrations on 4th Oct 2017.

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Basic awareness about  NITI Aayog

Basic awareness about  NITI Aayog

Basic awareness about  NITI Aayog:


  • To evolve a shared vision of national development priorities, sectors and strategies with the active involvement of States.
  • To foster cooperative federalism through structured support initiatives and mechanisms with the States on a continuous basis, recognizing that strong States make a strong nation.
  • To develop mechanisms to formulate credible plans at the village level and aggregate these progressively at higher levels of government.
  • To ensure, on areas that are specifically referred to it, that the interests of national security are incorporated in economic strategy and policy.
  • To pay special attention to the sections of our society that may be at risk of not benefiting adequately from economic progress.
  • To design strategic and long term policy and programme frameworks and initiatives, and monitor their progress and their efficacy. The lessons learnt through monitoring and feedback will be used for making innovative improvements, including necessary mid-course corrections.
  • To provide advice and encourage partnerships between key stakeholders and national and international like-minded Think tanks, as well as educational and policy research institutions.
  • To create a knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurial support system through a collaborative community of national and international experts, practitioners and other partners.
  • To offer a platform for resolution of inter-sectoral and inter – departmental issues in order to accelerate the implementation of the development agenda.
  • To maintain a state-of-the-art Resource Centre, be a repository of research on good governance and best practices in sustainable and equitable development as well as help their dissemination to stake-holders.
  • To actively monitor and evaluate the implementation of programmes and initiatives, including the identification of the needed resources so as to strengthen the probability of success and scope of delivery.
  • To focus on technology upgradation and capacity building for implementation of programmes and initiatives.
  • To undertake other activities as may be necessary in order to further the execution of the national development agenda, and the objectives mentioned above.


NITI Aayog is developing itself as a State-of-the-art Resource Centre, with the necessary resources, knowledge and skills, that will enable it to act with speed, promote research and innovation, provide strategic policy vision for the government, and deal with contingent issues.

NITI Aayog’s entire gamut of activities can be divided into four main heads:

  1. Design Policy & Programme Framework
  2. Foster Cooperative Federalism
  3. Monitoring & Evaluation
  4. Think Tank and Knowledge & Innovation Hub

The different verticals of NITI provide the requisite coordination and support framework for NITI to carry out its mandate. The list of verticals is as below:

  1. Agriculture
  2. Health
  3. Women & Child Development
  4. Governance & Research
  5. HRD
  6. Skill Development & Employment
  7. Rural Development
  8. Sustainable Development Goals
  9. Energy
  10. Managing Urbanization
  11. Industry
  12. Infrastructure
  13. Financial Resources
  14. Natural Resources & Environment
  15. Science & Tech
  16. State Coordination & Decentralized Planning (SC&DP)
  17. Social Justice & Empowerment
  18. Land & Water Resources
  19. Data management & Analysis
  20. Public-Private Partnerships
  21. Project Appraisal and Management Division (PAMD)
  22. Development Monitoring and Evaluation Office
  23. National Institute of Labour Economics Research and Development (NILERD)

Sustainable Action For Transforming Human Capital (SATH)

‘SATH’ the programme for Sustainable Action for Transforming Human Capital (SATH) focuses on two main sectors — Education and Health and to build three ‘Role Model’ States.

After an elaborate selection process based on the Challenge Method, three States namely, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha, were selected for the project. The program is being implemented in these States along with knowledge partners Boston Consulting Group (BCG) & Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership (PFEL) consortium with NITI Aayog as a facilitator and coordinator in the process.

The project is being implemented in three phases over a period of 30 months, coming to an end in 2020. The two phases of the project have been completed. It is now in the third phase of implementation, which will last for 18 months.

Major achievements under the project SATH-Education include:

  • In depth field diagnosis of districts and schools of Jharkhand, Odisha, and Madhya Pradesh.
  • State transformation roadmaps released for all the three States, which contain quarterly milestones committed for each initiative.
  • Critical interventions including school mergers, remediation program, training, monitoring teacher recruitment/ rationalization, institutional reorganization at district and state level and proper utilization of MIS are in execution mode since January, 2018.

Progress of the project is being monitored through a National Steering Group (NSG) and Central Project Monitoring Unit (CPMU) at national level and State Project Monitoring Unit (SPMU) at State level.

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