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12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
12th  five year plan
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  • 1. P R A N E E T H M H A Good Afternoon
  • 2. “FASTER, SUSTAINABLE AND MORE INCLUSIVE GROWTH” 12th Five Year Plan ( 2012-17 )
  • 3. 12th Five Year Plan  The Government of India approved the 12th five year plan on 4th October 2011.
  • 4. Approach to Plan  12th plan is characterized by strong macro fundamentals and good performance over the 11th five year plan.  Objective of 11th five year plan was ‘Towards faster and more inclusive growth’
  • 5. Approach to Plan -Resulted in substantial progress towards both objectives. Inevitably there are some weakness that needs to be addressed and new challenges that need to be faced.  A key issue is the GDP growth target
  • 6. Why GDP growth is important  Rapid growth of GDP produces a larger expansion in total income and production .  Will directly raise living standards of population by providing them with employment and other income enhancing activities.  It generates higher revenues, which help financing programmes
  • 7. Vision & Aspirations  The broad vision and aspirants which the 12th five year plan seeks to fulfill are reflected in the subtitle: “Faster, Sustainable and More Inclusive Growth” -The simultaneous achievement of each of these elements is critical for the success of the plan.
  • 8. 12th Five Year Plan  Proposed target range of GDP growth of 9.0 – 9.5 %.  This plan is expected to be the one that encourages the development of India’s agriculture, Education, Health and Social welfare through government spending.  Also expected to create employment through developing India's manufacturing sector.
  • 9. Health  Health is another critical dimension of human capability, which needs much greater attention.  Better health is not only about care , but about better prevention.  The 11th five yr plan drawn attention on India's health indicators, which continue to be still weaker than they should be at a level of development.
  • 10. Failures of 11th five year plan (2007-11).  GDP growth was target to reach 9.0 % but reached only 8.2 %  Fails to achieve  IMR goal :28 /1000 live births. 42 per 1000 now aimed to 25 per 1000. MMR goal: 1/1000 per live births TFR :2.1 present 2.5/1000 Child sex ratio at birth improved by 2 points to 908 from 906 Fm/1000 M.
  • 11. Challenges and constrains of 12th five year plan  Expenditure on health by centre and states to increase from 1.3% of GDP to at least 2.0% of GDP by the end of 12th five year plan. (and perhaps even 2.5 % ).  At present less than 30% of out pt and less than half of In pt capacity of the country is in the Govt. sector.
  • 12. Challenges and constrains  Majority population relies on the private health care provision which often imposes the heavy financial burden -Therefore aiming to expand public sector capacity in health care especially in rural areas.  Desperate shortage of medical personal.  Increase seats in medical college, nursing colleges.
  • 13. Challenges and constrains  Improve quality of NRHM services there by developing infrastructure. o Particularly drinking water, sanitation, nutrition and immunization programmes.  Role of PPP in secondary and tertiary health care must be expanded.  Health insurance cover should be expanded.  Focus on women and children health.
  • 14. Resources :  Total plan size has been estimated at 47.7 lakh cores.  6.92 crores for health  Resources for the plan are being worked out in collaboration with ministry of finance
  • 15. References  http://planningcommission.gov.in/plans/planrel/12 appdrft  http://12thplan.gov.in/approach.php/appraoch_12p lan.
  • 16. Thank you..!

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