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HYDERABAD: A ‘State Innovation Council' will be set up for evolving a new process, and structures to enhance the delivery of services and improve the governance.
The Union government had already set up a 15-member National Innovation Council under the chairmanship of Sam Pitroda, following a suggestion by Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy during the Secretaries' conference in January. The Council will prepare a road map for the Decade of Innovations 2010-2020.
The Centre for Good Governance will serve as a Nodal Agency for the State Council comprising a small expert group with government and outside members from relevant and crucial sectors. The tasks to be assigned to the Council include evolving an Indian model of innovation, with focus on inclusive growth, public service delivery, delineating policy initiatives, exploring new strategies and alternatives for innovations and collaborations and encouraging universities, R&D institutions to innovate.
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