AP CM YS Jagan conferred Chief Minister of the Year Award
Based on a Year long Analysis of Government projects in Andhra Pradesh, the Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, was conferred the SKOCH Chief Minister of the Year Award.
He's been chosen the "SKOCH CM of the Year" on the basis of study of job level outcomes across several states of India. Quite of few of them out of Andhra Pradesh stand out to be nationally important. While conferring the celebrity to the Chief Minister, Mr Kochhar said, "YSR Rythu Bharosa Kendra stands out as an interesting model for village level procurement at a pre-announced MSP and is reporting great outcomes for its farmers. YSR Cheyutha Scheme focuses on economic empowerment of middle-aged women through providing them livelihood connected benefit for more than a 4-year period, is a great case of monetary inclusion with outcomes. Likewise schemes such as Disha and Abhay that goal to enhance women security and safety have made a marked difference in law and order perception as well as confidence level of women to go out and engage without fear."
Similarly, initiatives are taken across the government to react to COVID-19 and also have shown desirable outcomes. Each of the above and more is evident at a yearlong analysis of 123 projects from across sectors in Andhra Pradesh. "The state has taken several radical measures in the previous two decades to make governance more efficient and more transparent. Innovative measures have been taken across sectors, the credit for which goes to Chief Minister Reddy. Such changes are focused on bringing more transparency and efficiency and ensuring inclusive growth and development.," additional Kochhar.