New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday directed all Ministers to submit their respective action plans for the next three years and submit before January 16.
This decision was taken at a meeting of all department heads (Ministers), where it was also decided to set up nine working groups to be headed by various heads of departments.
“Working groups have to prepare their action plans for the next three years and submit by January 16 next year. These working groups can add officers from various departments in their teams,” Sisodia said in the meeting.
“Every Head of the Department (HoD) should make a blueprint of where they want their department to be in three years from now. They can also take help from educational institutes, universities and experts from the civil society in their work,” he said.
The Planning Department of the Delhi government will monitor the entire process.
Sisodia said the blueprints should include targets for six months, one year, two years and three years.
The Deputy CM said the HoDs should also make an estimate of how much money would be required for their projects and what other requirements would be there for implementation in decision making.
He also said the central government has asked all the states to prepare vision documents for the year 2030 and the action plan for next three years should be prepared keeping the long-term goals in mind.