Andhra Pradesh is envisaging a big structural transformation – both in terms of economic progress and well- being as well. From a modest beginning in 2015-16, the State aspires to achieve the status of a developed state in the country by 2029 in between navigating through one among the best three states by 2020 with a vision to lay foundation of the Sunrise State of Andhra Pradesh. Eventually, Andhra Pradesh is to become a leading investment destination in the World by 2050. Swift growth in double digit, better infrastructure, participatory planning and better governance through effective service delivery marked with improved Happiness Index are going to be key milestones for realisation of Vision 2029.

Andhra Pradesh has set for itself a target of becoming one of the top three states in India by 2022, in-terms of socio-economic development and ease of doing business. The State aspires to achieve the status of a developed state in the country by 2029, and the vision is to lay foundation of the Sunrise State of Andhra Pradesh. Achievement of this vision is incumbent upon a fast paced and sustainable double digit growth, delivered through a combination of programmatic and project interventions with a focus on sustainable and inclusive development.

 

Economic Profile of Andhra Pradesh

District Profile of Andhra Pradesh

 

   

Performance Achievement Reports
To achieve the initial growth momentum to propel the state to achieve the targets of Vision 2029, the state has set yearly and quarterly economic growth targets. An in-depth analysis was carried out by the State departments using the following approach to identify the growth engines. The Planning Department of Government of Andhra Pradesh had initiated various consultative and participatory events to inform the creation of the strategy plan titled “A Rolling Plan 2015-16”. Series of discussions were held with the various district collectors and government departments – Finance, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries, Energy, Industries and Commerce, Irrigation, Urban, Education (Primary and Higher Education), Infrastructure, Transport, Roads and Buildings among others. Their opinions and inputs had been incorporated to set the direction of the sectoral plan to achieve the bold vision of an inclusive double digit growth.

Quarter1(April-June) year 2015-2016

Quarter2(July-September) year 2015-2016