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NITI aayog
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The lesson is a detailed discussion on the composition, functions, objective of NITI Aayog.

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Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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Ashish Malik
4 months ago
I would say read previous years questions
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  4. ESTABLISHMENT 1) On the 13th of August, 2014, the Modi Government scrapped the 65- year-old Planning Commission and announced that it would be replaced by a new body. 2) Accordingly, on January 1, 2015, the NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India) was established as the successor to the planning commission 3) neither a constitutional bodv nor a statutorv bodv. tedo di s 4) NITI Aayog is the premier policy "Think Tank' of the Government of India, providing both directional and policy inputs.

  5. COMPOSITION The composition of the NITI Aayog is as follows: (a) Chairperson: The Prime Minister of India (b) Governing Council: It comprises the Chief Ministers of all the States, Chief Ministers of Union Territories with Legislatures (i.e, Delhi and Puducherry) and Lt. Governors of other Union Territories. (c) Regional Councils: These are formed to address specific issues and contingencies impacting more than one state or a region. These are convened by the Prime Minister and comprises of the Chief Ministers of States and Lt. Governors of Union Territories in the region. These are chaired by the Chairperson of the NITI Aayog or his nominee. d) Special Invitees: Experts, specialists and practitioners with relevant domain knowledge as special invitees nominated by the Prime Minister.

  6. (e) Full-time Organisational Framework: It comprises, in addition to the Prime Minister as the Chairperson: Vice-Chairperson: He is appointed by the Prime Minister. He enjoys the rank of a Cabinet Minister () Members: Full-time. They enjoy the rank of a Minister of State. (ilI) Part-time Members: Maximum of 2, from leading universities, research organisations and other relevant institutions in an ex-officio capacitv. Part-time members would be on a rotation. iv) Ex-Officio Members: Maximum of 4 members of the Union Council of Ministers to be nominated bv the Prime Minister (v) Chief Executive Officer: He is appointed by the Prime Minister for a fixed tenure, in the rank of Secretary to the Government of India. (vi) Secretariat: As deemed necessary

  7. SPECIALISED WINGS NITI Aayog houses a number of specialised wings, including 1)Research Wing: It develops in-house sectoral expertise as a dedicated think tank of top notch domai 2) Consultancy Wing: n experts, specialists and scholars. It provides a market-place of whetted panels of expertise and funding, for the Central and State Governments to tap into matching their requirements with solution providers, public and private, national and international

  8. 3)Team India Wing: It comprises of the representatives from every State and Ministry and serves as a permanent platform for national collaboration. Each representative: (a) Ensures that every State/Ministry has a continuous voice and stake in the NITI Aayog. (b) Establishes a direct communication channel between the State/Ministry and NITI Aayog for all development related matters, as the dedicated liaison interface.

  9. OBJECTIVES The objectives of the NITI Aayog are mentioned below: 1)To evolve a shared vision of national development priorities, sectors and strategies with the active involvement of States in the light of national objectives 2) To foster cooperative federalism through structured support initiatives and mechanisms with the States on a continuous basis, recognising that strong States make a strong nation 3) To develop mechanisms to formulate credible plans at the village level and aggregate these progressively at higher levels of government 4)To ensure, on areas that are specifically referred to it, that the interests of national security are incorporated in economic strategy and policv 5)To pay special attention to the sections of our society that may be at risk of not benefitting adequately from economic progress. 6)To design strategic and long-term policy and programme frameworks and initiatives, and monitor their progress and their efficacy

  10. 7 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. 8) To create a knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurial support system through a collaborative community of national and international experts, practitioners and other partners. o offer a platform for resolution of inter-sectoral and inter-departmental issues in order to accelerate the implementation of the development agenda. 10) 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 11)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 12) To focus on technology upgradation and capacity building for implementation of programmes and initiatives 13) To undertake other activities as may be necessary in order to further the execution of the national development agenda, and the objectives mentioned above.