UP Cabinet Approves Setting Up Of State Transformation Commission

UP Cabinet Approves Setting Up Of State Transformation Commission

Lucknow, Sep 28 (TNA) The Uttar Pradesh cabinet on Tuesday approved the proposal for the creation of a new institution- State Transformation Commission (STC) while reconstituting the State Planning Commission. In future, amendments/amendments contained in the State Transformation Commission can be done with the approval of the Chief Minister.

The Chief Minister will be the chairman of the State Transformation Commission. State Government Finance Minister, Agriculture Minister, Social Welfare Minister, Rural Development Minister, Panchayati Raj Minister, Medical Health Minister, Industrial Development Minister, Jal Shakti Minister, Urban Development Minister and Planning Department Minister / Minister of State, ex-officio member of the commission (Special Minister) will be its members.

An experienced public administrator/academician/subject expert of various fields will be nominated by the Chief Minister as Vice-Chairman of the State Transformation Commission and the membership period will be maximum of 3 years, which can be extended by 2 years in special circumstances. Regarding this period, changes can be made as per the requirement with the approval of the Chief Minister.

Chief Secretary, Agriculture Production Commissioner, Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner, Social Welfare Commissioner/Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Social Welfare, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Finance, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Agriculture, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Urban Development, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Rural Development, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Medical Health and Family Welfare, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary, Infrastructure and Industrial Development, Additional Chief Secretary /Principal Secretary/Secretary Irrigation and Water Resources, Additional Chief Secretary/Principal Secretary/Secretary Planning will be the official ex-officio member of State Transformation Commission.

To identify the factors hindering economic and social development and find solutions for successful implementation on the development agenda, to make optimum use of available financial resources/resources through Public Private Partnership (PPP) model as far as possible in the environment and perspective of economic reforms.

Subject experts related to social sector nominated by the Chief Minister, subject experts related to agriculture and cadre services, subject experts related to economy and finance sector and experts related to industrial development / investment / technology / energy sector will be non-official members of the State Transformation Commission. .

Under the work and responsibility of the State Transformation Commission, to estimate the various types of resources (physical, financial and manpower) of the state and to formulate a policy of their best use in the development of the state.

Keeping in view the needs, resources and potential of the state, structuring sector wise and program wise short term and long term measures as well as suggesting policies and programs to remove regional imbalances, developing mechanisms for improving the standard of living of the people and developing the state.

To identify the factors hindering economic and social development and find solutions for successful implementation on the development agenda, to make optimum use of available financial resources/resources through Public Private Partnership (PPP) model as far as possible in the environment and perspective of economic reforms.

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