Union Government unveils 10 dimensions of its Vision 2030

Published on February 04, 2019
The Union Government in the Interim Budget 2019 unveiled its vision for 2030, listing 10 dimensions to create an India where poverty, malnutrition, littering and illiteracy would be a matter of the past.
Union Government unveils 10 dimensions of its Vision 2030

About the 10 dimensions of Vision 2030 listed in the Interim Budget 2019:

1. Physical & Social Infrastructure

  • Building next-generation infrastructure in all sectors comprising roads, railways, seaports, airports and inland waterways together with social infrastructure is the first dimension to provide ease of living.

2. Digital India

  • Building a "Digital India" that reaches every corner of the economy and every citizen.

3. Clean & Green India

  • An India that drives electric vehicles, with renewables becoming a major source of energy, bringing down import dependence and increasing energy security for our people is the vision of Clean & Green India.

4. Rural Industrialization

  • Expanding of rural industrialization using modern industrial technologies, based on the ‘Make in India’ approach, using grassroot MSMEs and startups across the country.

5. Clean Rivers

  • Clean Rivers with safe drinking water to all Indians using micro-irrigation techniques is the fifth dimension.

6. Oceans & Coastline

  • Exploitation of the Blue Economy, to ensure better standards and quality of life for a large number of people living in the coastal areas. 
  • Exploiting the potential of India's long coastline for becoming the strength of the economy.

7. Space

  • India becoming the launch-pad of satellites for the World and placing an Indian astronaut into space by 2022 (Project Gaganyaan) is the seventh dimension.

8. Self-sufficiency in Food Production

  • Attaining self-sufficiency in food and improving agricultural productivity with an emphasis on organic food.

9. Health

  • A healthy India, with a distress-free and comprehensive wellness system for all, is the ninth dimension.

10. Minimum Government, Maximum Governance

  • Minimum Government, Maximum Governance with proactive, responsible, friendly bureaucracy and electronic governance is the tenth dimension.

Question:

Q. How many dimensions did the Union Government in the Interim Budget 2019 unveil in its vision for 2030?
a. 5
b. 10
c. 15
d. 20

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