The key focus areas wherein Andhra government would be taking measures for their enrichment are propagated in this event and are as follows:
1) ODF & ODF plus
2) Cement Road
3) Farm Ponds
4) Fiber grid- virtual classrooms - video conference
6) Village infrastructures-Anganwadi Buildings- Panchayats- burial ground
The 7-day programme will begin on June 2 with a pledge. The programmes will spread awareness about the Bifurcation Act, assurances given by the Centre and the benefits provided with the Special Category Status.
On June 3, the programmes will be dedicated to irrigation initiatives, water security and the goal to make the state drought-free. They will also include initiatives to increase drinking water, the Polavaram Irrigation Project and all priority irrigation projects.
June 4th will be dedicated to Farmer Welfare, food security, civil supplies, agriculture and allied sectors, and the goal to increase crop intensity using rain guns, MI tanks and other services in spite of rainfall deficit.
On June 5th, programmes will be dedicated to welfare initiatives, inclusive growth, women and child development, Kutumba Vikasam, Samaja Vikasam, SHGs, Sadhikara Mithras, the public distribution system and health.
On June 6th, programmes will talk about initiatives under Human Resource Development, like Education, Employment, Industries, Service Sector and Skill Development.
On June 7th, awareness will be spread about infrastructure development across the state, including power, gas, cement roads and electricity and AP Fiber Grid.
On the final day, the programmes will talk about good governance, and initiatives like Certificate-Less Governance System, e-Pragati, anti-corruption services, happiness index and technological developments.
After the programmes, the Maha Sankalpam will take place, marking the end of Nav Nirman Diksha, which will declare the action plan for the state and goals for the next few years.