The yr 2020-21 began within the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic and a strict lockdown that led to a shortfall of income which affected the progress and achievements of targets set within the Consequence Price range 2020-21, Sisodia mentioned after presenting it within the Delhi Meeting.
The Consequence Price range for 2020-21 lined 2,113 indicators of 595 schemes of main authorities departments.
The efficiency report of the Price range confirmed that 84 per cent of schooling indicators have been ‘on monitor’, that means over 75 per cent goal had been achieved.
Different high performing departments have been well being (80 per cent), atmosphere (79 per cent), energy( 75 per cent), PWD (73 per cent) amongst others.
The Consequence Price range was launched in 2017-18 by the AAP authorities as a device linking the Price range with outcomes to seize the progress of varied schemes, programmes and initiatives and ultimate deliverables from the residents’ perspective.