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Draft Vision Summary


June 2016
Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT) 3

Vision Statement
The people of Andhra Pradesh envision transforming their State into a happy,
inclusive, responsible, globally competitive and innovation-driven society
through structural transformation and by sustaining inclusive double-digit
economic growth, to become one amongst the three best states in India by
2022, the best state by 2029, and a leading global investment destination by
2050.

6 Transformation Areas
for Strategic
Reforms

12 Basic Needs for All


towards Inclusive
Growth

12 Strategies
for Growth and
Transformation

12 Growth Sectors
for Fast Results and
Sustenance
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3
Transformation
to a happy Human
and competitive Development
society An ecosystem
approach for
Inclusive
human dignity
Growth

8
Equity, jobs

4
Delivering and opportunities
the Vision
Version 1.0
Sunrise
& Monitoring Andhra Pradesh
Vision 2029 Globally
Competitive

7
Mind-set of a

5
winner

6
Governance
Fostering Knowledge
disruptive
Based
transformation
Economy
Sustainability The Future is now
Smart living
6
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Physiography

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60 - 120 m

120 - 300 m

300 - 450 m

450 - 600 m

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Water body

Irrigation - Major

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The Government
The Government
of Andhra Pradesh
of Andhra envisions
Pradeshremoulding
envisions remoulding
the State ofthe
Andhra
State Pradesh
of Andhra as Pradesh
A as A
Happy and Happy
Globally
and
Competitive
Globally Competitive
Society. It Society.
proposes Ittoproposes
do this byto becoming
do this by one
becoming
amongone the among the
three most three
developed
most states
developed
in India
states
by in
2022,
Indiawhen
by 2022,
Indiawhen
celebrates
Indiaits
celebrates
75th year itsof75th
indepen-
year of indepen-
dence. Whiledence.
the objective
While theis objective
to achieveisthe
to achieve
status ofthe
a developed
status of astate
developed
by the state
year 2029,
by theityear
is envi-
2029, it is envi-
sioned that sioned
Andhrathat
Pradesh
Andhra willPradesh
becomewill
a leading
becomeglobal
a leading
destination
global destination
by the year by
2050.
the year 2050.

Any state bifurcation


Any state triggers
bifurcation
a series
triggers
of challenges
a series ofwhich
challenges
need which
to be addressed
need to bethrough
addressed dynamic
through ad-dynamic ad-
justments and
justments
strategicand
realignment.
strategic realignment.
This also provided
This also
anprovided
opportunity
an opportunity
for the State for
to redefine
the Stateits
tode-
redefine its de-
velopment agenda
velopment
and put
agenda
in place
and put
an effective
in place Vision
an effective
and Strategy
Vision and
for Strategy
socio-economic
for socio-economic
development. development.

ConsideringConsidering
the nature of thechallenges
nature of faced
challenges
by thefaced
Stateby
duethetoState
its bifurcation,
due to its bifurcation,
the gap is bound
the gap is bound
to further increase
to further if these
increaseissues
if these
are not
issues
addressed
are notimmediately
addressed immediately
and appropriately.
and appropriately.
Further, at Further, at
the current the
ratecurrent
of growth
rate(business
of growthas(business
usual), theas projected
usual), thesizeprojected
of Andhra
size Pradeshs
of Andhraeconomy
Pradeshs economy
is estimatedistoestimated
grow by 2029
to growto around
by 2029INRto around
12.5 Lakh
INRCrore
12.5 Lakh
(at 2014-15
Crore (at
prices),
2014-15
roughly
prices),
three
roughly three
times the size
times
of the
thecurrent
size of the
economy.
currentThe
economy.
per capita
Theincome
per capita
duringincome
the same
duringperiod
the same
is projected
period is projected
to grow by to
about
grow2.5bytimes
aboutto2.5about
timesRs.1.12
to aboutlakhs
Rs.1.12
(at 2014-15
lakhs (atprices).
2014-15
If the
prices).
State If
continues
the Stateoncontinues on
the trajectory
theoftrajectory
current levels
of current
of growth,
levels aofnumber
growth,ofa additional
number of factors
additional
could
factors
hamper could
Andhra
hamper Andhra
Pradeshs progress:
Pradeshs progress:
T Low per capita
T Lowincome
per capita
andincome
low human
and lowdevelopment
human development
status; status;
T WideningT social
Widening
and economic
social anddisparities;
economic disparities;
T IncreasingT marginalization
Increasing marginalization
of workforce ofand
workforce
workforceandinworkforce
unorganizedin unorganized
sectors; sectors;
T Low GrossT Value
Low Gross
Added Value
per establishment
Added per establishment
and low factorandproductivity;
low factor productivity;
and and
T Risk of middle
T Riskincome
of middletrapincome trap

The currentThe
Government
current Government
of Andhra Pradesh
of Andhra hasPradesh
unfolded haswell
unfolded
strategized
well strategized
initiatives and
initiatives
mea- and mea-
sures to generate
sures to
a pro-development
generate a pro-development
environment environment
that stimulates
that different
stimulatessectors
different
to work
sectors
effi-to work effi-
ciently towards
ciently
achievement
towards achievement
of commonofgoals commonwithingoals
stipulated
withintimelines.
stipulatedIttimelines.
has zeroedIt has
in onzeroed in on
achieving basic
achieving
humanbasic
development
human development
needs like poverty
needs like
eradication,
poverty eradication,
heath, education,
heath,and
education,
drink- and drink-
ing water and
ing sanitation
water and facilities
sanitation
as facilities
the critical
as the
objectives
critical in
objectives
the first in
phase
the (2018-19)
first phase of
(2018-19)
the of the
unfolding ofunfolding
the Vision
of process.
the VisionTowards
process. this,
Towards
it has adopted
this, it has
a multi-pronged
adopted a multi-pronged
strategy andstrategy
em- and em-
barked on jumpstarting
barked on jumpstarting
effective governance
effective governance
by launching by7launching
missions, 75 missions,
grids and 55 grids
campaigns.
and 5 campaigns.

The Smart The


Village
Smart
SmartVillage
WardSmart
initiative
Ward is another
initiativepioneering
is another program
pioneering of program
the government
of the government
initi- initi-
ated to improve
ated resource-use
to improve resource-use
efficiency, empowering
efficiency, empowering
local self-governance,
local self-governance,
assuring access
assuring
to basic
access to basic
amenities and
amenities
promoting and responsible
promoting responsible
individual and individual
community
and community
behaviour tobehaviour
build a vibrant
to build
anda vibrant and
happy society.
happy
Thissociety.
is intended
This to
is intended
be achievedto be
byachieved
ensuringby 100%
ensuring
coverage
100% of coverage
a total of of
20aidentified
total of 20 identified
basic amenities,
basicoutcomes
amenities,andoutcomes
servicesandin aservices
definiteintime
a definite
frame as
time
a non-negotiable
frame as a non-negotiable
condition. condition.

With the aspiration


With thetoaspiration
grow faster,
to grow
the Government
faster, the Government
of Andhra Pradesh
of AndhrahasPradesh
broughthas
outbrought
a Rolling
out a Rolling
Plan for 2015-16
Plan for
to 2015-16
achieve double
to achieve
digitdouble
growthdigit
during
growth
the year.
duringThe
thePlan
year.proposes
The Plantoproposes
achieve to achieve
inclusive economic
inclusivegrowth
economic
through
growtha combination
through a combination
of policy and
of program
policy andmeasures
programthat
measures
will po-that will po-
sition various
sition
keyvarious
growth key
drivers
growth
on adrivers
high-growth
on a high-growth
trajectory. These
trajectory.
measures
Thesehave
measures
been further
have been further
classified under
classified
Key Result
under Areas,
Key Result
Key Economic
Areas, KeyAreas,
Economic
and Strategic
Areas, andReforms
Strategic
while
Reforms
focusing
while
onfocusing on
the needs ofthe
theneeds
entireofcommunity.
the entire community.
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and constructive
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the leading
among the states
leading
and nations
states and
across
nations
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andRealistic
action oriented
and action visions
oriented visions
supported by supported
decisive by
governance
decisive governance
and a strongandmonitoring
a strong monitoring
and evaluation
and mechanism,
evaluation mechanism,
have ef- have ef-
fected exemplary
fected transformations
exemplary transformations
across the globe.
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A clear
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state
aids
in the
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and aligningand annual
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strategic
withactions
the necessary
with theinterventions
necessary interventions
and policy deci-
and policy deci-
sions. It alsosions.
provides
It also
a basis
provides
to evaluate
a basis the
to evaluate
effectiveness
the effectiveness
of the actions
of the
taken
actions
in order
taken
to achieve
in order to achieve
the various the
targets
various
and targets
outcomes. and outcomes.

Government Government
of Andhra Pradesh,
of Andhrain Pradesh,
order to articulate
in order toitsarticulate
Vision for
itsthe
Vision
State,
forhas
theprepared
State, hasthis
prepared this
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strategic
on a focus on a
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The salient
of the
aspects
Vision
ofFramework
the Vision Framework
are detailedare below.
detailed below.

Human development
Human development
and Inclusive
and
Growth
Inclusive
areGrowth
a prerequisite
are a prerequisite
alongside economic
alongsidegrowth
economic
in or-
growth in or-
der to empower
der topeople,
empower
eliminate
people,poverty
eliminate
andpoverty
inequality
andand
inequality
to createand
a healthy
to create
and
a healthy
happy soci-
and happy soci-
ety. The Human
ety. The
Development
Human Development
Index valueIndex
for Andhra
value for
Pradesh
Andhrain 2011-12
Pradesh is incomputed
2011-12 isascomputed
0.665. as 0.665.
This is an improvement
This is an improvement
from 2004-05fromwhen
2004-05
the states
when(residual)
the statesHDI
(residual)
was 0,544.
HDI The
was HDI
0,544.ofThe HDI of
Andhra Pradesh
Andhra in 2011-12
Pradesh is
inmarginally
2011-12 is better
marginally
than better
that ofthan
India,
that
which
of India,
is computed
which isascomputed
0.651. as 0.651.

According toAccording
UNDP, countries
to UNDP,with countries
HDI morewith than
HDI 0.7more
arethan
considered
0.7 are considered
High Human High
Develop-
Human Develop-
ment countries
mentand countries
those more
and those
than 0.8
moreVery
thanHigh
0.8 Human
Very HighDevelopment
Human Development
countries. Therefore,
countries. Therefore,
GoAP will target
GoAPto will
attain
target
a High
to attain
Human
a High
Development
Human Development
status for the
status
Statefor
bythe
2019
State
by by
improv-
2019 by improv-
ing its HDIing
to 0.7
its HDI
and make
to 0.7theandstate
makeinto
thea state
Very into
Higha Human
Very HighDevelopment
Human Development
one by 2022one withby 2022 with
its HDI value
its above
HDI value
0.8. Moreover,
above 0.8. byMoreover,
the end ofby Vision
the endperiod
of Vision
of 2029,
periodGoAPof 2029,
ambitiously
GoAP ambitiously
will will
strive to improve
strive to
theimprove
human the development
human development
indicator status
indicator
of thestatus
state of
to the
a level
state
where
to a level
it willwhere
at- it will at-
tain a HDI value
tain a of
HDI
overvalue
0.9. of over 0.9.

Post 2015, along


Post 2015,
with the
along
restwith
of the
theworld,
rest ofAndhra
the world,Pradesh
Andhra willPradesh
also adopt
will the adopt (CAB/7<
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(SDG 2030)(SDG goals2030)
and targets
goals and
to direct
targets
and todrive
directthe
andsocial
driveand
theeco-
social and eco-
nomic development
nomic development
policies andpolicies
programmes
and programmes
in the state.in The
theSDG
state.2030
Theconstitutes
SDG 2030 of constitutes
17 goals of 17 goals
with 169 targets
with covering
169 targets
a broad
covering
rangea broad
of sustainable
range of sustainable
development development
issues. These issues.
include
These
ending
include ending
poverty andpoverty
hunger,and
improving
hunger,health
improving
and education,
health andmaking
education,
cities
making
more sustainable,
cities more sustainable,
combating combating
climate change,
climate
andchange,
protecting
andoceans
protecting
and oceans
forests.and
As some
forests.
of the
As some
Goalsofand
theTargets
Goals andof SDG
Targets
2030of SDG 2030
are not of direct
are not
relevance
of directtorelevance
Andhra Pradesh,
to AndhraGoAPPradesh,
has carried
GoAP has out carried
a detailed
outassessment
a detailed assessment
of of
these Goalsthese
and Targets
Goals and
andTargets
has customized
and has customized
them into 12 them
Goals
intoand
12115Goals
Targets
and 115
thatTargets
are directly
that are directly
consequential
consequential
to the State to
andtheonState
whichandthe
onstate
whichwillthe
initiate
state will
actions.
initiate actions.

Although currently
AlthoughGoAP
currently
is enunciating
GoAP is enunciating
social development
social development
through thethrough
use of the
theHuman
use of the
De-Human De-
velopment Index,
velopment
it recognizes
Index, it that
recognizes
HDI encompasses
that HDI encompasses
only a limited
onlyaspect
a limited
of social
aspect
develop-
of social develop-
ment primarily
mentinprimarily
terms of health,
in termseducation
of health,and
education
income,and
i.e.income,
the quality
i.e. of
thehuman
qualitybeing
of human
in terms
being in terms
of an economic
of anfactor
economic
of work
factor
force.
of work
Alternately,
force. Alternately,
as mentioned as mentioned
earlier, GoAP earlier,
wishesGoAP
to define
wishes to define
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social development
social development
in terms of in
creating
terms aofhappy
creating
society
a happy
and society
is therefore
and isintherefore
search ofin
a better
searchand
of a better and
comprehensive
comprehensive
framework framework
for definingfor
and defining
directing
andit.directing
One possible
it. One
framework
possible framework
being consid-
being consid-
ered is the Well
ered Being
is the Well
Framework
Being Framework
which is composed
which isofcomposed
4 pillars of
of Economic
4 pillars ofProsperity,
Economic Social
Prosperity, Social
Equity, Cultural
Equity,
Vitality
Cultural
andVitality
Environmental
and Environmental
Sustainability.
Sustainability.

In terms of In
economic
terms ofgrowth
economicto make
growthAndhra
to makePradesh
Andhra a Globally
PradeshCompetitive
a Globally Competitive
and a Knowledge
and a Knowledge
Economy, under
Economy,
Vision
under
2029,Vision
Andhra 2029,
Pradesh
Andhra proposes
Pradeshtoproposes
embark on to embark
a sustained
on adouble
sustained
digitdouble digit
growth pathgrowth
over the
path
next
over
15the
years.
nextThis
15 years.
will entail
This the
willGSDP
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to grow
estimated
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and 12%.10Inandother
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words,
In other
the economy
words, thewill
economy
grow from
will Rs.
grow5.2from
lakhRs.
crores
5.2 lakh crores
in 2014-15 to
in Rs.
2014-15
28.45tolakh
Rs. crores
28.45 lakh
(at 2014-15
crores (at
prices)
2014-15
by 2029-30.
prices) byThis
2029-30.
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will in
advance
turn will
theadvance the
per capita GSDP
per capita
of people
GSDPfrom
of people
Rs. 90,517
frominRs.2014-15
90,517 to
in around
2014-15Rs.to 5.07
around
lakhs
Rs.(at
5.07
2014-15
lakhs (at
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es) by
In2029-30.
light of these
In light
estimates,
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aspiration
theisaspiration
to becomeis anto become
Upper Middle
an Upper Income
Middle Income
/ High Income
/ High
Economy
IncomebyEconomy
2029. by 2029.

Based on these
Basedsubonsectoral
these sub
Incremental
sectoral Incremental
Capital Output
Capital
RatioOutput
(ICOR)
Ratio
values
(ICOR)
with values
implicit
with
pro-
implicit pro-
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ductivity
at Business
rise at
AsBusiness
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level(BAU)
and with
leveladditional
and with productivity
additional productivity
increase of increase
1% of 1%
per annum,per theannum,
anticipated
the anticipated
cumulative cumulative
size of investment
size of investment
by 2029-30 by
is estimated
2029-30 isatestimated
between at between
INR 84 Lakh INRCrores
84 Lakh
to 97Crores
Lakh Crores.
to 97 Lakh Crores.

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identified
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identifiedand
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social vision
and social
targets
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from the business-as-usual
from the business-as-usual
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0.4 0.4 8 8
2019 2019 2019 2019
0.6 0.6 12 12
2022 2022 2022 2022
0.2 0.2 4.7 4.7
2015 2015 2015 2015
12 Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT)

Towards a Competitive & Investor friendly Andhra


Business-friendly environment for attracting investments and job creation
One among top 25 in  

By 2022, one among top 38 world economies in Global competitiveness Index
(GCI-WEF) from the current 51st position.
Global 
By 2029, one among top 25 economies.
Competitiveness 2015 2019 2022 2029

 
Top state in 'Ease of 
 Best state for Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) in the country by 2022
Doing Business' 2015 2019 2022 2029

Rs. 17 lakh Cr. investment in boosting Around Rs. 17 lakh crores is the infrastructure requirement in the state by 2029
infrastructure
Creation of 25,000 new MSME units and 1.5 million additional jobs in
 manufacturing by 2029
1.5 million additional 

20,000 additional employment opportunities in retail by 2020

jobs in manufacturing Increasing credit flow into SHGs from 7,338 cr. to 28,000cr., per member income
2015 2019 2022 2029 x4 to 1.17 lakhs by 2020

Visak-Chennai Industrial Corridor (VCIC) 4 districts to contribute to 55% of the


states manufacturing output and over 50% of states manufacturing employment
Paving prosperity through CORRIDORS Chennai-Bangalore Ind. Corridor (CBIC) 25 priority projects to be started
Kurnool-Bangalore Industrial Corridor (KBIC) proposed
Manufacturing output to Rs.7800 billions

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Global Competitiveness
Switzerland 1   
Singapore 2    
United States 3
Germany 4   

Netherlands 5
Japan 6
Hong Kong SAR 7
Finland 8
Sweden 9
United Kingdom 10
Malaysia 18
China 28
Thailand 32
Indonesia 37
Russian Federation 45
Philippines 47
South Africa 49
Andhra Pradesh 51 Out of 141 economies, Andhra Pradesh Ranks 51st
Turkey 52 in GCI while India is at Rank 56
India 56
Brazil 75

20,000 additional jobs in retail 1 among top 38 world economies in GCI 1 among top 25 economies in GCI
SHG per member income 4 times Best State in Ease of Doing Business 1.5 million jobs in Mfg.
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029
Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT) 13

Enhancing Connectivity through Infrastructure


Connecting Now to Future
ROAD All unconnected villages & habitats to be connected
All district HQ to be connected to capital with 4/6 lane roads, other with two
All habitations to be connected by 2019 lanes and single lanes

PORT

Turn around time (days) Handling capacity (MT)
 Increasing the handling capacity to 550 MTPA by 2029

 
   Turn around time of 1.2 days by 2029
2015 2019 2022 2029 2015 2019 2022 2029

Per capita air passenger trip/year Improving per capita air passenger trip from 0.03 to 0.1 by 2029
AIRPORT 

5 new airports to be created in the state on priority - Bhogapuram
  (Vizianagaram), Dagadarthi (Nellore), Orvakallu (Kurnool), Danakonda
2015 2019 2022 2029
(Prakasam) and Nagarjunsagar (Guntur)
Per capita power Installed capacity of
POWER consumption (Kwh) renewable energy (GW) Per capita power consumption to exceed from 1050 units to 3600 units by 2029
 
 


   Renewable energy share of total installed capacity (9.42 GW) will be increased
 
from 5.14% to 30% of (55-57 GW) by 2029
2015 2019 2022 2029 2015 2019 2022 2029

All habitations Renewable energy Renewable energy capacity of 28GW


to be connected by road capacity of 16GW Port handling capacity to 550 MTPA
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Towards productive agriculture


Making agriculture climate resilient and productive
Food grain productivity (Kg/ha) Best in the country in Total foodgrain, Rice and Groundnut productivity by 2029
No.1 State in
    Best in Coarse Cereals, Pulses and Maize productivity among the Indian states
agricultural 
   by 2019-20 and best among the BRICS countries by 2029
productivity
2015 2019 2022 2029
By 2020, No.1 in the country in production of:
No. 1 in Milk production ('000 MT)
 
Milk (Currently 2nd in the country)
Milk, Meat & 
 Eggs (Currently 2nd in the country)
Fisheries
 Meat (Currently 2nd in the country)
2015 2019 2022 2029 Fisheries Aqua Hub of the world
NIA (Lakh Ha)
Net 

Irrigated 
 Targeting the Net irrigated area of 51 Lakh ha. by 2029
Area 2015 2019 2022 2029
By 2029, Extent of Food processing targets in:
Food processing hub in Fruits and vegetables From 2.20% to 20%
Milk From 40% to 70%
agricultural produce processed Meat and Poultry From 1% to 20%
Fisheries From 12% to 40%
No. 1 State in production Reduce post harvest loss Food processing unit in each district
in allied sector in fruits & vegetables to 10% Best in the country in food grain productivity
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029
14 Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT)

Transforming Governance into Effective & Good Governance


Develop transparent and accountable institutions to provide effective, efficient and equitable delivery of
services through the promotion and enforcement of progressive and non-discriminatory policies

Government services made available online All services made online by 2022
Developing Citizen Charter
Grievance Redressal (Mee seva center)

Reduce Crime Rate

For each and every


Establish 1 center
Among the 3 least per Gram Panchayat public institution
by 2029 by 2019
by 2019
Institutional Monitoring & Capacity Building
As a tool for institutional monitoring of vital indicators and incorporating the mandate of citizens in policy making, GoAP envisages
a mechanism including perception surveys, annual reports, and quarterly reports that provide with the status of these indicators for
development of the State
Translating the development trajectory from 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
with169 targets, GoAP aims at incorporating the latter as customized 12 goals and 116 targets for the state

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Industrial Cities/Townships in the State

VISAKHAPATNAM
Atchutapuram Industrial Mega Hub
Nakkapalli Node

KURNOOL EAST GODAVARI


Orvakal Mega Industrial Hub Kakinada - GMR SEZ
Thangadancha - Ultra Mega Food Processing Park

PRAKASAM
Donakonda - PRIDE
KADAPA Pamuru - NIMZ
Kopparty Industrial Park
NELLORE
Krishnapatnam Node
IP Naidupeta, Menakuru SEZ, IP Attivaram

ANANTAPURAMU CHITTOOR
Hindupur Industrial Cluster Sri City
Palasamudram Defense & Aerospace Cluster Yerapedu Srikalahasthi Node
Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT) 15

Re-imagining the urban growth centres


Urbanization and Economic Growth share a direct relation

   
    
   
 As per the growth projections, the state will be 43% urbanized


    by 2029-30 from 30% in 2011-12. GoAP plans to extend the
  urbanization rate to 50% within the same period.

    

Urbanization rate (%)







2011 2019 2022 2029

Investment requirements in the urban areas of the state by 2029

Rs. 3,85,000 Cr.


= Rs. 1,38,000 Cr.
+ Rs. 60,000 Cr.
+ Rs. 44,000 Cr.
+ OTHERS
Rs. 143,000 Cr.
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Vishakhapatnam and Kakinada to be Smart cities Rs. 1000 crores for 5 years. No. of smart cities

Tirupati to be taken in next phase. Kurnool as a smart city from State funds 

GoAP plans to develop 9 more Smart cities 

31 ULBs to be rejuvenated under AMRUT Cost Rs. 2637 for 5 years 2011 2019 2022 2029

Housing for all by 2022 % of urban HHs living in slums



Building 10 lakh EWS houses by 2025, 2 lakh houses by 2019 
1.93 lakh houses sanctioned in urban areas under Housing for All (HFA),  

with a central share of Rs. 2900 crores 2011 2019 2022 2029

Basic services in the urban areas Access to basic amenities



To cover 100% of the urban population with basic services, i.e. electricity
connection, toilets and safe drinking water by 2019.   
100% sewage treatment from households by 2029 2011 2019 2022 2029

Public transport Modal share of public transport



Increasing the modal share of Public transport in major growth centres to more  

than 50% by 2029 


2011 2019 2022 2029


Urban Solid waste treated
Solid and liquid waste management: 


To achieve 100% treatment of municipal solid waste and municipal waste water by 2029 
To develop at least one each exclusive e-waste and hazardous waste management
2015 2019 2022 2029
centre in the state 100% sewage treatment 13 smart cities
100% municipal solid Modal share of
All basic services Housing for all waste treatment public transport >50%
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029
16 Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT)

Towards the Well-Being of our people


For a Healthy and Happy life
 

  

Improving the HDI 0.47 0.9 2029  

2015 2019 2022 2029





Increasing Renewable Energy capacity (In GW) 1.9 29 2029 

2015 2019 2022 2029 




2029 
Increasing Forest Cover % 22.1 33
2015 2019 2022 2029

2029  
Reducing Poverty Ratio (%) 9.2 0 

2015 2019 2022 2029

Establishing Higher Education Institutions of Excellence (New No.)  32 2029

  

Skilling the masses (Number In Crores) 0.3 1.21 2020 

2017 2018 2019 2020

Renewable energy capacity of 16GW Renewable energy capacity of 28GW


HDI 0.7 HDI 0.8 HDI 0.9
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Skilling 1.21 crore people


Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT) 17

Basic needs for All

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029
18 Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT)

Non-Negotiable: Fulfil 12 Basic Needs for All

5
1 Water 2 Power 3 Gas 4 Road 5 Fibre
Grids Adequate and Access to Clean and Pan state Optic
good quality uninterrupted universal all-weather Digital connectivity
drinking water for all power energy supply road network 10 mbps

Health 6 Food & 7 Health 8 9


and Nutrition Care Sanitation Housing
Nutrition for a healthy and
productive society
Access to affordable
health care for all
hygienic houses and
villages/wards
Decent and
affordable for all

Knowledge 10 Education 11 Social 12 Financial


and Safety nets Inclusion
Universal access to

Inclusion good quality Education


and Skills
for the vulnerable Access to credit and
financial instruments

Basic Needs Each house to be connected to 5 Grids

1 Water 2 Power 3 Gas


Adequate & good quality drinking water for all Power for all by 2016 Clean and universal energy supply for all by 2017
by 2019 24X7 power supply for households and Piped gas connection to every household
29.5% of the rural population is partially industries, and 7 hours daily for farms Network of 6 pipelines
covered, 59.3% is fully covered while System Average Interruption Duration
1.2% is quality affected (55LPCD) Index (SAIDI) : EPDCL- 1108, SPDCL- 1447

4 Roads 5 Fibre Optic


All-weather road network for all by 2019 Digital connectivity for all by June 2016
Internal roads: from 22,000 km cement concrete road to 56,000 km Only 23% of population has access to internet
with drainage to be completed Fiber optic grid to connect all GPs and provide 10-15 Mbps internet
All habitations to be connected at least by single lane, mandal by connection to all households and 1 Gbps to every business on
2 lanes and district by 4 lanes/6 lane demand
Dedicated carriage-way for connecting seaports to hinterland Fibre optic cables already laid for 1,500 km; to be completed

Power for all HH gas connectivity Potable water to every household


Fibre optic connectivity All habitations to be connected by road
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029
Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT) 19

Basic Needs Health and Nutrition


6 Food & Nutrition 7 Health Care
Food & Nutrition for a healthy population Access to affordable healthcare
Supplementary Nutrition Programme to 30 lakh children 6 months to 6 years, 26% of villages without PHC within 10 km radius, 17% of villages without
4.3 lakh pregnant women, and 4.5 lakh lactating mothers Sub-Health Centre within 3 km radius, as of 2012-13
Electronic Point of Sale devices installed in 99% of 29,000 FPS Arogyasri covers 80 percent of population
10,000 new anganwadis to be opened in Feb 2016, total 56,000 New 102 call centre to benefit 4.3 lakh pregnant women in 2016
Expected Level of Achievement (ELA) with regard to pregnant women is 7.2 Post-Natal Checkups, immunisation, and breast-feeding within an hour to be
lakh & lactating mothers is 6.6 lakh, for 2015-16 saturated by March 2016

8 Sanitation 9 Housing
Hygienic houses and villages/wards Decent and affordable housing for all
61 lakh Individual House Hold Latrines (IHHLS) to be constructed by 2020 33.5 lakh rural and 6.5 lakh urban households without pucca house as of
2011
6.6 lakh houses under construction: Housing for All by 2022
Affordable Housing Policy for urban areas targets constructing 1 million
houses by 2022

Access to health care Open defecation free Housing for all


2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029

Basic Needs Each house to be connected to 5 Grids

10 Education 11 Safety Net


Good quality education and skilling for a competitive population Safety Net for the vulnerable
50% GER in higher education & skilling of 1.21 crore by 2020 Distributes around 21 lakh old age, 73 thousand weavers, 5 lakh disabled,
Establishing 32 New Higher Education Institutions of Excellence 15 lakh widows, 13 thousand toddy tappers, and 39 thousand Anti-Retroviral
Therapy pensions for AIDS patients, amounting to nearly 43 lakh total pensions
Monthly pensions raised to Rs 2,000
10.5 lakh farmers were beneficiaries of various crop insurance schemes
Under MGNREGS, 83 lakh households and 1.77 crore wage-seekers registered
in 2015-16
12 Financial Inclusion As a part of rationalisation of MGNREGS, 120 days of work during difficult
times of the year to be offered
Financial Inclusion for enhanced credit and savings
Every household will have at least one functional bank account
JAM trinity Jan Dhan Yojana, Aadhaar and Mobile, to play a major role in the
efficient distribution of public goods

100% enrolment in secondary education


Functional account for every Household
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029
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22 Sunrise Andhra Pradesh Vision 2029 (DRAFT)

12 Strategies For Transformation


Achieving 1 Competi- 2 Ease of 3 Structural 4
economic tive society, doing business shift in economy Productivity
infra, cities & for investment for gainful employ- enhancement
edge industry and job creation ment & growth

Catalyzing 5 Public 6 New enterprises/ 7 8


growth through expenditure start-ups/ MSME/
industrial clusters
Infrastructure Technology
efficiency & capi-
enablers tal expenditure for boosting growth up-gradation up-gradation

Opportunities 9 Skill 10 Women 11 Social 12 JAM/


and development workforce capital- microfi- e-pragathi
for productivity participation as nance for leverag- for faster & trans-
Inclusion and growth economic priority ing strength parent government

12 Strategies Achieving Economic Edge

1 Competiveness
Towards greater Resource Efficiency & Performance
2 Ease of Doing Business
Business-friendly environment for investments & job creation

Competitiveness begets efficiency in resource allocation and Sine qua non for a business ecosystem for attracting private
utilization gains for both economic and social growth investments of about 80 Lakh crore for financing the double digit
AP aspires to be one among top 25 economies by 2029, in Global growth and job creation
Competitiveness Index (WEF) from the current 52nd position. By 2029, AP aims to be one among top 50 global destinations for
investments by scaling up in Ease of Doing Business Index

3 Structural shift in economy


Calibrating the economic structure 4 Productivity
Transitioning from factor driven to efficiency-driven

Transforming excess agricultural labour-force into productive Augmenting productivity of the processes and production system
and skilled manufacturing labour-force who will be active is the key to transform Andhra Pradesh into a developed &
stakeholders in double digit growth path competitive economy
Reduce the employment share of agriculture from 55 to 40% 1% gain in productivity per annum can reduce the investments
Aiming to provide gainful employment for all in agriculture, requirement by 20% to 80 lakh crore by 2029 under this scenario
industry and services for inclusive growth. for double digit growth
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12 Strategies Catalyzing growth through enablers


Efficiency of Public Spend New enterprises/Startups/
5 Achieving more output from public spending 6 Opportunities for the enterprising for better tomorrow

One-third of the total investment requirement likely to be Each job created in manufacturing sector leads to three other
through Public Finances. jobs in agriculture and services
Ensuring increased efficiency in resource mobilization and Pushing for Low scale labour intensive manufacturing for
procurement within the government. pulling out excesses agricultural labour-force
Capitalizing on its inherent strength of enterprise, Andhra
Targeting a capital expenditure of around 7% of GSDP and a Pradesh aims to establish around 25000 new enterprises by 2029
direct tax to GSDP percentage of 11.5% by 2029

Infrastructure Up-gradation Technology Up-gradation


7 Building bridges from Now to Future 8 So that we avoid falling into the middle-income trap

Improving infrastructure and creating durable assets to ensure Technological research, innovation & advancement for gaining an
connectivity for ease of doing business, faster and sustained edge in the sectors of future to avoid middle-income trap.
economic growth. Emerging technologies like additive manufacturing , big data
Huge employment generation potential in construction and real analysis, robotics, artificial intelligence, genomics and synthetic
estate sector, for multiplier effect biology are likely to provide jobs and growth in future.
Around Rs.17 lakh crores investment in infrastructure is required by 2029

12 Strategies Creating opportunities for well-being


Skill Development
9 Empowering people to improve their own lives 10 Women Workforce participation
It is smart economics & not only social imperative

Competitive labor force through skill development is imperative A $2.9 trillion of additional annual GDP in 2025 could be added
to harness the emerging opportunities created through growth to Indias GDP by fully bridging the gender gap in the workplace.
The state aims to be the Skill Capital of India by skilling more The state aims to be best in the country by increasing the Women
than 1.3 crore people by 2020 workforce participation rate from 36.16 to more than 45, by
2029.

11 Social capital & Microfinance


Building on our traditional strength 12 JAM/e-Pragathi
Efficient service delivering through technology

Andhra Pradesh aspires to leverage its strength of social State Enterprise Architecture to galvanize the pan-government
capital of Self Help Group (SHG) network to create micro ecosystem to design and deliver services in a coordinated,
enterprise consumer as producer integrated, efficient and equitablemanner. Rs. 2398 crores
investment envisaged for the Phase I for 2 years
AP aims at increasing its per SHG member income by 4 times to JAM(Jan Dhan account, Aadhaar card and Mobile connectivity)
1.17 lakhs by increasing the credit flow into SHGs from 7,338 trinity critical for service delivery to poor.
crores to 28,000 crores by 2020 By 2019, 100% households will have Jan Dhan Bank account
seeded with Aadhaar
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