Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 ICAR Vision 2030

The document constitutes the strategic vision for 2011-2030 of the Indian Council... The document constitutes the strategic vision for 2011-2030 of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. It envisages ensuring food and income security for all, through technological innovations and sustainable agricultural production. It pursues the following strategic goals: 1) improve food security; 2) enhance opportunities for inclusive growth; 3) enhance competitiveness of Indian agriculture; 4) maintain and improve the status and quality of natural resources; 5) improve safe production, value-addition, and processing of food commodities; 6) improve risk management; 7) improve access to generic material, information, knowledge and resources; 8) create adequate and quality human resources to address emerging challenges. In addition, the document provides an overview of the national agricultural scenario and of the national agricultural research system.

Agriculture, Biotechnology Agriculture, Biotechnology

2010 Strategy for Doubling Exports in the Next Three Years

The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more... The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more generally, with the mission of the Department of Commerce, aiming at promoting exports and increasing trade. In particular, the strategy's goal is to double the export volume by 2014. In order to do so, it identifies specific sectors with high export potential (in particular, chemicals and engineering products), and it outlines a market strategy aiming to: a) tetain presence and market share in “old developed country markets”; b) move up the value chain in providing products in these old developed country markets; and c) open up new vistas, both in terms of markets and new products in these new markets. The strategy also underlines the importance of reseach and development, infrastructures and brand image.The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more generally, with the mission of the Department of Commerce, aiming at promoting exports and increasing trade. In particular, the strategy's goal is to double the export volume by 2014. In order to do so, it identifies specific sectors with high export potential (in particular, chemicals and engineering products), and it outlines a market strategy aiming to: a) tetain presence and market share in “old developed country markets”; b) move up the value chain in providing products in these old developed country markets; and c) open up new vistas, both in terms of markets and new products in these new markets. The strategy also underlines the importance of reseach and development, infrastructures and brand image.The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more generally, with the mission of the Department of Commerce, aiming at promoting exports and increasing trade. In particular, the strategy's goal is to double the export volume by 2014. In order to do so, it identifies specific sectors with high export potential (in particular, chemicals and engineering products), and it outlines a market strategy aiming to: a) tetain presence and market share in “old developed country markets”; b) move up the value chain in providing products in these old developed country markets; and c) open up new vistas, both in terms of markets and new products in these new markets. The strategy also underlines the importance of reseach and development, infrastructures and brand image.The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more generally, with the mission of the Department of Commerce, aiming at promoting exports and increasing trade. In particular, the strategy's goal is to double the export volume by 2014. In order to do so, it identifies specific sectors with high export potential (in particular, chemicals and engineering products), and it outlines a market strategy aiming to: a) tetain presence and market share in “old developed country markets”; b) move up the value chain in providing products in these old developed country markets; and c) open up new vistas, both in terms of markets and new products in these new markets. The strategy also underlines the importance of reseach and development, infrastructures and brand image.The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more generally, with the mission of the Department of Commerce, aiming at promoting exports and increasing trade. In particular, the strategy's goal is to double the export volume by 2014. In order to do so, it identifies specific sectors with high export potential (in particular, chemicals and engineering products), and it outlines a market strategy aiming to: a) tetain presence and market share in “old developed country markets”; b) move up the value chain in providing products in these old developed country markets; and c) open up new vistas, both in terms of markets and new products in these new markets. The strategy also underlines the importance of reseach and development, infrastructures and brand image.The strategy is aligned with the national Foreign Trade Policy and, more generally, with the mission of the Department of Commerce, aiming at promoting exports and increasing trade. In particular, the strategy's goal is to double the export volume by 2014. In order to do so, it identifies specific sectors with high export potential (in particular, chemicals and engineering products), and it outlines a market strategy aiming to: a) tetain presence and market share in “old developed country markets”; b) move up the value chain in providing products in these old developed country markets; and c) open up new vistas, both in terms of markets and new products in these new markets. The strategy also underlines the importance of reseach and development, infrastructures and brand image.

Basic Chemicals (Agrochemicals), Basic Chemicals (Cosmetics, Toiletries, Essential Oils, Perfumes and... Basic Chemicals (Agrochemicals), Basic Chemicals (Cosmetics, Toiletries, Essential Oils, Perfumes and Caster Oil), Basic Chemicals (Dyes, Dye Intermediates, Pigments), Basic Chemicals (Inorganic Chemicals), Basic Chemicals (Organic Chemicals), Beverage Industry, Electronics Goods (Phones, Electronic Components, Audio-Video Products, Computer and Computer Compon, Electronics Goods (Phones, Electronic Components, Audio-Video Products, Computer and Computer Compon, Electronics Goods (Phones, Electronic Components, Audio-Video Products, Computer and Computer Compon, Electronics Goods (Phones, Electronic Components, Audio-Video Products, Computer and Computer Compon, Engineering Goods (Aircrafts, Spacecraft and Parts), Engineering Goods (Auto and Auto Components), Engineering Goods (Electric Machinery and Equipment), Engineering Goods (Industrial Machinery), Engineering Goods (Iron & Steel and Products made of Iron & Steel), Engineering Goods (Non-Ferrous Metals and Products made of Non Ferrous Metals), Engineering Goods (Ships, Boats and Floating Structures), Fisheries, Food Processing, Fruits and Vegetables, Gemstones and Jewelry, Leather and Leather Industry, Meat, Nuts and Seeds, Pharmaceuticals, Plastic and Linoleum, Plastic and Linoleum, Pulses, Rice, Cereals and Wheat, Sugar Industry, Textile Industry, Tobacco

2007 UNDAF India 2008-2012

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework is aligned with the Millennium Development... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework is aligned with the Millennium Development Goals and the 11th Five-Year Plan; its overarching goal is to promote social, economic and political inclusion for the most disadvantaged. Hence, the UNDAF evisages four main outcomes - in accordance with four main national priorities expressed in the 11th Five-Year Plan, namely: 1) reduce disparities and enhance opportunities for disadvantaged groups, especially women and girls, through strengthened policy framework and implementation capacity of large scale state and national programmes; 2) put in place accountable and responsive local government systems which promote equitable and sustainable development with special attention to the needs of disadvantaged groups, especially women and girls; 3) stay on track with the 11th Five-Year Plan targets related to the MDGs in at least one district in each of the 7 priority states; 4) enhance the abilities of the most vulnerable people, including women and girls, and of the government in order to prepare, respond, adapt and recover from sudden and slow onset disasters and environmental changes.

2007 Vision 2025 - CIRCOT Perspective Plan

The document constitutes the strategic vision for 2007-2025 of the Central Institute... The document constitutes the strategic vision for 2007-2025 of the Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology (CIRCOT), envisaging "to retain through innovative strategies the pride of place for cotton and other natural fibres with their by-products as prime raw materials for clothing and other industrial needs to co-exist with man made fibres". The strategy outlines the recent growth path in CIRCOT's development and its salient research achievements, providing an assessment of the impact achievement and of the lessons learnt. Hence, it outlines the current and future scenarios for the institutes, carrying out a SWOT analysis. Finally, it identifies the key issues in the cotton value chain and it outlines strategies to assess them, focusing on: technological upgradation of indian cottons; quality of ginning and of ginned cotton; gaps in post-harvest technology; challenges in chemical processing; utilisation of cotton plant by-products and other crop residues; microbiological approach to eco-friendly processes; pilot plant projects for technologies developed; generation and dissemination of technical information. An action plan with programmes, projects and fund requirements is also provided.

Cotton, Garment Industry, Textile Industry Cotton, Garment Industry, Textile Industry

2006 11th Five-Year Development Plan

The plan is composed of three volumes, dealing respectively with the general... The plan is composed of three volumes, dealing respectively with the general principles and strategies of inclusive growth, the reform of the social sector, and the development of productive activities (agriculture, rural development, industry, services, and physical infrastructure). The general objectives of the plan is to make growth both faster and more inclusive than in the past. Hence, th plan deals with the rights of minorities and social justice, employment creation and labour policy, consumer protection, competition policy, spatial development and regional imbalances. Furthermore, the plan focuses on innovation and techology, environment and climate change, infrastructure development, governance, and basic social services (education, youth, sport, health, family welfare, gender issues, nutrition).