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lines of Model Tenancy Act. regulator, encouraging commercial mining
and improving labour productivity.
Science and Technology
infrastructure and waste management. government schemes and evaluate them
Regional strategies for desirable changes.
development outcomes in the — private partnerships) in science and
(i) North Eastern Region, technology to improve education and
(ii) Coastal Areas and Islands, industry-academia linkages for demand-
(iii) North Himalayan states, and driven research.
(iv) Desert and Drought prone states. science and technology to
address development challenges such
Transport and Digital Connectivity
as access to education, improving
agricultural productivity and wastewater
railways, shipping and ports, inland
waterways and civil aviation.
particularly for e-governance and and Innovation Foundation (NSTIF) to
financial inclusion, through developing identify and deliberate national issues,
infrastructure, simplifying the payments recommend priority interventions in
structure and improving literacy. science and technology and prepare
frameworks for their implementation.
by reorienting the role of the India
Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd. patent regime.
(IIFCL), introducing low cost debt Governance
instruments and operationalizing the
National Investment Infrastructure Fund
by shrinking its involvement in activities
that do not serve a public purpose and
Energy expanding its role in areas that necessarily
require public provision.
such as provision of electricity to all
households by 2022, LPG connection to
select loss-making PSEs and strategic
all BPL households, elimination of black
disinvestment of 20 identified CPSEs.
carbon by 2022, and extension of the city
gas distribution programme to 100 smart
cities. health and quality education.
sector to ensure competitive supply of better human resource management,
electricity to industry. e-governance, addressing anomalies in