Ministry Of Planning Development & Reform (Ministry)

Disclaimer: As an encyclopedia, pakpedia.pk's articles contains shared information which has collected from different sources and people. We welcome everyone for corrections and updates, Thank you.
Article Upload Date: Sat 11 Mar 2017
2017-03-11 20:40:19Ministry Of Planning Development & Reform
The Ministry of Planning and Development (Urdu: ) is headed by the Minister for Planning and Development, who must be a member of Parliament of  Pakistan . The minister is also deputy chairman of Planning Commission of Pakistan.[1] pc.gov  - pk The minister is also deputy chairman of Planning Commission of Pakistan. The main division under ministry is Planning Commission of Pakistan which responsible for financial & public policy development institution of the Government of Pakistan. Planning Commission undertakes research studies & state policy development initiatives for the growth of national economy & the expansion of the public & state infrastructure of the country. The Vision 2025 is the country’s long term development blueprint which aims to create a globally competitive & prosperous country providing a high quality of life for all its citizens.
  • Basic Information
  • Formed:

    14 August 1947

  • Details
  • Jurisdiction:

    Federal Government of Pakistan

  • Headquarters:

    Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Type:

    Federal Ministry

  • Employees:

    So Many

  • Ministry Executives:

    Ahsan Iqbal , Minister for Ministry of Planning and Development

  • Child Agencies:

    By Federal Government of Pakistan

  • Website:

    {http://www.pc.gov.pk/}

  • Minister responsible :

    Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

  • Under main division :

    Planning Commission of Pakistan

  • Planning Commission of Pakistan:

    Responsible for financial and public policy development institution

  • Planning Commission undertakes :

    Research studies & Growth of national economy & expansion of the public & State infrastructure

  • Vision 2025:

    Country’s long–term development

  • Pakistan Institute of Development Economics:

    Post-graduate research institute

  • Main objectives of PIDE:

    Public policy think tank

  • Pakistan Planning and Management Institute:

    Division of Planning Commission

  • Main objectives of PPMI:

    Improve technical and analytical skills of federal, provincial and district governments’

  • Federal Drought Emergency Relief Assistance :

    Facilitate the implementation of the project

  • National Fertilizer Development Centre:

    Set up by the Government in 1977

  • Priority areas:

    Integrated Energy & Modernization of Infrastructure & Export promotion & Water and food security

About

Planning Commission

The Planning Commission (denoted as PC) is a financial and public policy development institution of the Government of Pakistan. The Commission comes under Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms. The Planning Commission undertakes research studies and state policy development initiatives for the growth of national economy and the expansion of the public and state infrastructure of the country in tandem with the Ministry of Finance (MoF). Since 1952, the commission have had a major influence and role in formulating the highly centralized and planned five-year plans for the national economy, for most of the 20th century in Pakistan. Although the five-year plans were replaced by Medium Term Development Framework, the commission still played an influential and central role in the development of the programme. Furthermore, the Public Sector Development Programmes (PSDP) also placed under the domain of the planning commission. The commission's authoritative figures includes a Chairman who is the Prime Minister, assisted by the deputy chairman, and a science advisor.[2] The Commission comes under - Ministry of Planning

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a framework of regional connectivity. CPEC will not only benefit China and Pakistan but will have positive impact on Iran, Afghanistan, India, Central Asian Republic, and the region. The enhancement of geographical linkages having improved road, rail and air transportation system with frequent and free exchanges of growth and people to people contact, enhancing understanding through academic, cultural and regional knowledge and culture, activity of higher volume of flow of trade and businesses, producing and moving energy to have more optimal businesses and enhancement of co-operation by win-win model will result in well connected, integrated region of shared destiny, harmony and development. [3] China-Pakistan Economic Corridor - is a framework China Pakistan Economic Corridor is hope of better region of the future with peace, development and growth of economy.

Pakistan Vision 2025

The seven pillars of Vision 2025 are based on the imperatives of embracing change and transformation, and to create new opportunities based on our innate strengths. Pakistan's untapped potential provides room for optimism that Pakistan could emerge as a great nation and economic power if resources are generated, managed and used efficiently.I am confident that this Vision and the subsequent strategy will lay down the foundations of a prosperous, just and harmonious society much before 2025. While going through the document, one can realize that managing the 7th most populous country of the world is a gigantic task but managing it during transition amidst internal and external challenges is even more demanding. I have full faith in the capabilities of my nation and in its ability to manage these challenges. I am glad to know that Vision 2025 acknowledges the forces of technology and knowledge which have entirely changed the way we conduct transactions, interact with each other, create value, and generate business.[4] The seven pillars of Vision 2025 ------   are based

Priority Areas

  1. Integrated Energy
  2. Modernization of Infrastructure
  3. Institutionalreform and modernization of the public sector
  4. Value-addition in Commodity Producing Sectors
  5. Export promotion
  6. Water and food security
  7. Private sector-led growth and entrepreneurship

Other Institutes

Ministry Of Planning Development Reform
Ministry Of Planning Development Reform
  • Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
The Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, is a post-graduate research institute, and a public policy think tank located in the vicinity of Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • Pakistan Planning and Management Institute
The Pakistan Planning and Management Institute (PPMI) is the one of the division of Planning Commission. The main objectives of PPMI are to improve technical and analytical skills and enhance expertise of the federal, provincial and district governments’ officers through training in areas of Project Management, Social development and application of Information Technology in Project management.[5] The main objectives of PPMI - to improve technical
  • Federal Drought Emergency Relief Assistance (DERA) 
The function of DERA Unit is to facilitate the implementation of the project in the drought-hit areas of all the four provinces and coordinate activities carried out in the provinces to mitigate the effects of drought.
  • National Fertilizer Development Centre
The National Fertilizer Development Centre (NFDC) was set up by the Government in 1977.With the help of foreign funding NFDC studies all fertilizer-related problems from the supply source to the farmers' fields, with a view to helping in the formulation of Government policies and their implementation and to give support to other institutions. The main division under ministry is Planning Commission of Pakistan which responsible for financial and public policy development institution of the Government of  Pakistan . The Planning Commission undertakes research studies and state policy development initiatives for the growth of national economy and the expansion of the public and state infrastructure of the country.[6] Planning - Development


Edit By: none
Pakpedia Logo

Rate This Article No Thanks

Context and Writing Standards :
Keywords, Headings and Images :
References and Data Quality :

Overall ratings: