Creating Employment Opportunities: Chief Secy's Vision for Haryana
Creating Employment Opportunities: Chief Secy's Vision for Haryana

CHANDIGARH: Embracing the triumph of Haryana's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Vision 2030, a product of internal stakeholder consultations, and a focus on learning from the past limitations while setting ambitious future targets, the state now sets its sights on co-creating Haryana @ 2047 Vision.

In a collaborative workshop held under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, the Haryana government and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) joined hands to usher in a future-ready state.

Kaushal, in his address, emphasized the government's unwavering commitment to prioritize the creation of abundant employment opportunities for the youth.

Recognizing the potential for transformation into an industrial-friendly state, Haryana strides ahead, outshining many others in its pursuit of economic growth and prosperity.

The government's efforts manifest a vision of a dynamic and progressive future, fostering a thriving ecosystem for businesses and workforce development.

Kaushal described today's meeting as an opportunity to understand the process of co-creating Haryana @ 2047 Vision, establishing a framework, and formalizing the next concrete steps.

This pioneering effort will involve collaboration between not just internal stakeholders but also external entities such as academia, youth, industry, media, and civil society.

The meeting acts as a platform for stakeholders to share their diverse ideas and perspectives on the future of Haryana, aiming to outline a roadmap for the state's development over the next 25 years.

Vikas Verma, North Region Head, UNDP India, highlighted Haryana's significant progress in recent years towards various Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The state's ranking on the SDG India Index has improved from 18 to 14, with an improved score from 67 to 57.

Haryana envisions a transformative Ideal Imaginary Vision for 2047, setting ambitious targets and striving for remarkable milestones in various sectors.

Key highlights of this vision include reducing the Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) to below 10, a significant stride towards SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being).

Furthermore, the state aims to achieve an Under-5 Mortality Rate (U5 MR) of 20, reflecting its dedication to improving healthcare outcomes.

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