Madhya Pradesh strives to use Information Technology to achieve the following objectives:
- Improve the life of the common man leveraging the strengths of e-Governance.
- Attract investment in the sector so that the educated youth is able to contribute to the development of the State.
- Create a pool of highly skilled professionals who are at par with the best in the country.
- Transforming Resource Based Economy to Knowledge Based Economy.
The new Captive Power Policy of the State Government is highly detrimental to efficient utilization of power generating capacity created at a considerable cost, conservation of electricity through demand side management and reduction of losses in utilization of electricity. Captive power plant means power plant including generating sets if any installed by consumer of Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board (MPEB) for his own use.
Transport plays a principal role in economic development of any area. A well laid-out road network is essential for efficient and cost effective movement of men and materials, without which trade and industry cannot maintain a competitive edge.
Recognizing this fact, Government of Madhva Pradesh has decided to accord special priority to road development and prepare a road policy to meet the challenges ahead.
Water is a natural resource, fundamental need of living being and invaluable national wealth. In the developmental planning of the state, water is a decisive and multifaceted component. For environmental balance, skillful and planned management for all types of developmental activities, economic use on the equitable basis and in view of the prime importance of water for all human and other living beings, an effective and sound water policy is necessary.