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Chief Minister Vishnu Dev Sai released the ‘SDG District Progress Report and SDG State Progress Report 2023’ prepared by the State NITI Aayog

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Raipur. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister and State Policy Commission Chairman Vishnudev Sai today released the “SDG District Progress Report, 2023” and “SDG State Progress Report, 2023” prepared by Chhattisgarh State Policy Commission to ensure localization and continuous effective monitoring of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) up to the district level after the cabinet meeting held at the Secretariat, Nava Raipur. On this occasion, members of the cabinet including Deputy Chief Ministers Arun Saw and Vijay Sharma were present.

On this occasion, Ajay Singh, Vice President of State Policy Commission, informed that on the basis of progress in 82 indicators of “SDG District Progress Report, 2023” and 275 indicators of “SDG State Progress Report, 2023” prepared by State Policy Commission, the departments and district collectors will be able to evaluate, monitor and study the progress of various Sustainable Development Goals. In the report, ‘score’ and ‘ranking’ have been provided to the districts on the basis of progress achieved in indicators related to social, economic, environmental and other aspects.

Data on the progress of districts under the report can also be viewed through the IT platform ‘SDG Dashboard’, so that the concerned department and each district can be informed about the comparative progress from time to time and take corrective action as needed.

Finance and Policy, Economic and Statistics Minister Shri O.P. Choudhary informed that the State Policy Commission is doing important work of creating an effective framework for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), determining the policy format as per the need, providing recommendations for better implementation of policies. The State Policy Commission has prepared “SDG District Progress Report, 2023” and “SDG State Progress Report, 2023”, which does year-wise goal-based and district-based analysis of Chhattisgarh state in the Sustainable Development Goals.

School Education Minister Shri Brijmohan Agrawal, Tribal Welfare Minister Ram Vichar Netam, Forest Minister Kedar Kashyap, Food Minister Dayaldas Baghel, Industry Minister Lakhanlal Dewangan, Health Minister Shyam Bihari Jaiswal, Finance Minister O.P. Choudhary, Women and Child Development Minister Laxmi Rajwade, Youth Welfare Minister Tankaram Verma, State NITI Aayog member Dr. K. Subramaniam, Member Secretary Anoop Kumar Srivastava, Chief Minister’s Secretary P. Dayanand, Secretary, Policy, Economic and Statistics Department Ankit Anand, Dr. Neetu Gourdia, Joint Director, State NITI Aayog were also present in the meeting.

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