Eleventh Five Year Plan
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  • 1. Towards Faster and More Inclusive Growth An Approach to the 11 th Five Year Plan (2007 – 2012)
  • 2. Vision for the 11 th Plan Broad based and Inclusive Growth
  • 3. Socio-economic Targets
    • Accelerating Growth
    • Inclusive Development
    • Bridging Divides
  • 4. Accelerating Growth
  • 5. Accelerating Growth
    • Accelerate growth rate of GDP from 8% to 10%
    • Increase agricultural GDP growth rate to 4%
    • Increase Industrial GDP growth rate to 10.5%
    • Increase Services GDP growth rate to 9.4%
  • 6. Inclusive Development
  • 7. Inclusive Development
      • Reduce dropout rates of children from
      • elementary school
      • Regular testing monitor effectiveness of
      • education to ensure quality.
      • Increase literacy rate for persons of age 7 years
      • or more to 85%.
      • Lower gender gap in literacy to 10 percentage
      • points.
    Empowerment through Education
  • 8. Inclusive Development Strategy for Better Health
      • Reduce infant mortality rate (IMR) to 28 per
      • 1000 live births.
      • • Reduce Total Fertility Rate to 2.
      • • Provide clean drinking water for all by 2009.
      • • Reduce malnutrition among children of age group
      • 0-3 to half its present level.
      • • Reduce anaemia among women and girls by 50%
  • 9. Inclusive Development Rural Infrastructure
      • BHARAT NIRMAN (2009)
      • (a fully centrally funded time bound action plan)
      • Ensure electricity connection to all villages and
      • BPL households by 2009.
      • • Ensure all-weather road connection to all
      • habitation with population 1000 and above by
      • 2009.
      • • Connect every village by telephone by November
      • 2007 and provide broadband connectivity to all
      • villages by 2012.
  • 10. Bridging Divides
  • 11. Bridging Divides
    • Rural-Urban Divide
    • Gender Equity
    • Bringing on par: SCs, STs, Minorities and others
    • left behind.
    (including the excluded)
  • 12. Bridging Divides Rural-Urban Divide
    • Growth of Agriculture.
    • The Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
    • Proper implementation of different programmes in
    • rural areas for education, health, housing, water
    • supply, electrification and telecommunication.
  • 13. Gender Equity Bridging Divides
    • Economic empowerment of Women.
    • Women’s Health.
    • Political participation.
    • Violence against women.
  • 14. Bridging Divides Bringing on par: SCs, STs, Minorities etc.
    • Educational Upliftment.
    • Economic and political empowerment.
    • Eradication of Bonded Labour and their
    • rehabilitation.
    • Special Component Plan for SCs.
  • 15. Strategy for more faster and inclusive growth
    • Regaining Agricultural Dynamism.
    • Promoting access to Health and education.
    • Developing Rural Infrastructure.
    • Special focus on Weaker Sections.