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12th five year plan

  1. 1. P R A N E E T H M H A Good Afternoon
  2. 2. “FASTER, SUSTAINABLE AND MORE INCLUSIVE GROWTH” 12th Five Year Plan ( 2012-17 )
  3. 3. 12th Five Year Plan  The Government of India approved the 12th five year plan on 4th October 2011.
  4. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 15. References  http://planningcommission.gov.in/plans/planrel/12 appdrft  http://12thplan.gov.in/approach.php/appraoch_12p lan.
  16. 16. Thank you..!