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Plan panel takes to Google Hangout

The Planning Commission hosted an hour-long Google Hangout session on the 12th Plan on Friday. The session, hosted by NDTV’s Vikram Chandra, was attended by Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Sam Pitroda and other Planning Commission members, apart from a few civil society members.
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Ahluwalia to discuss 12th plan on Google hangout

After Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister P Chidambaram it is now the turn of Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia to use Google hangout to discuss the 12th five-year plan and other issues on March 15.
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Planning Commission hosts Google Hangout on 12th Plan

Source: NDTV, March 15, 2013

The Planning Commission, along with the National Innovation Council, today hosted its first Google Hangout on the 12th Five-Year Plan. The hour-long session was attended by Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, deputy chairman of Planning Commission; Sam Pitroda, chairman of the National Innovation Council, and Planning Commission members B.K. Chaturvedi, Saumitra Chaudhuri, Syeda Hameed, Narendra Jadhav, Arun Maira, Abhijit Sen and Sindhushree Khullar.

 

Press Release of Google Hangout on 15th march,2013

The Planning Commission and the National Innovation Council (NInC) have initiated an effort to communicate the 12th Five Year Plan through social media platforms to enhance public participation and citizen engagement. As a step in this direction, the Planning Commission is hosting its first Google Hangout on the 12th Five Year Plan on 15th March 2013 at 5 PM - 6 PM.The Google Hangout will be attended by Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman; Sam Pitroda, Chairman, NInC, Members and the Secretary of the Planning Commission who will answer questions from the public and from a panel invited to attend the Hangout.

This is a first step in leveraging social media for engagement on the 12th Five Year Plan and over the next few months, the Planning Commission will publicise the content of the Plan on several other social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube on which it already has a presence.

The Google Hangout takes forward the inclusive process followed by the Commission in writing the Plan. In formulating the 12th Five Year Plan, the Planning Commission consulted much more widely than ever before, underlining the need for a more inclusive and interactive approach. During this process, inputs were provided by over 950 civil society organisations, multiple business associations, all State Governments, as well as local representative institutions and unions. The Plan has been approved by the National Development Council, and the aim now is to share its vision with the country’s citizens.

The details of the event are available on www.innovationcouncil.gov.in and the event will be streamed live via www.youtube.com/PlanComIndia on 15th March at 5 PM. More details of the event will be made available via the Twitter handles of Planning Commission (@PlanComIndia) and Mr. Sam Pitroda (@sampitroda).

 


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