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Highlights of SATH-E Roadmaps

Published on Wednesday, March 28, 2018
  Highlights of SATH-E Roadmaps


  • SATH-E stands for Sustainable Action for Transforming Human Capital in Education.
  • This scheme is giving preference to the human capital, and human capital can be improved by educating them and provide proper health facility.
  • This scheme is also doing the same by giving the preference to the health and education.

Key Information:

  • Venue: Delhi.
  • Announced by: Amit Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog.
  • NITI: National Institution for Transforming India.
  • Chairman: PM Narender Modi.
  • Vice Chairman: Rajiv Kumar.
  • Participating states: Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand.
  • Operation: 2018 to 2020.

Other Information:

  • This scheme is not a roadmap of states but it is a map of health and education condition of human capital.
  • Here, Roadmap term refers to the goal-driven; time-bound exercise that will end on 2020.
  • In May 2017, NITI offers all states of India to join an initiative to improve the condition of health and education sector.
  • But only 16 states were there who respond positively.
  • Out of 16 states, only 3 states were selected for this initiative and those states are Jharkhand, Orissa and Madhya Pradesh.
  • And Sustainable Action for Transforming human capital in Education (SATH-E) takes place.

Aim of SATH-E Roadmap:

  • This scheme helps in promoting vocational education, skill development, and training of teacher and introducing technology in classrooms for students. So, they can give better performance.
  • This scheme also promoting data-driven analysis to strengthen educational monitoring across schools in the country.
  • This scheme also aims to transform the school education in the participating states.
  • It also aims to create role model States for education and mainstream ‘islands of excellence’ across the country to facilitate the quantitative and qualitative transformation of learning outcomes.


  • It is a formal agreement.
  • Funding will be done by cost sharing between NITI Aayog and participating states.

Knowledge Partner:

  • Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
  • Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership (PFEL).


  • Innovation
  • External third party funding
  • Public-Private-Philanthropic Partnership (PPPP)

Information Related to States:

States Capital Largest City Cheif Minister Governor Tagline Dances
Jharkhand(This state has been carved out from Bihar in 2000) Ranchi Jamshedpur(Also known as Tata Nagar) Raghubar Das Draupadi Murmu A New Experience Paika
Tribal dances:
Jitia Karma
Jenana Jhumur
Mardani Jhumur
Orissa Bubneshwar Bubneshwar Naveen Patnaik Satya Pal Malik The soul of Incredible India Chhow
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal Indore Shiv Raj Chohan Anandiben Patel Heart of Incredible India Matkai Gangaur
Badhai Baredi
Naurata Ahirai
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