Important Target Year of the Indian Government

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Important Target Year of Government Of India: Hello everyone! Here’s a list of important target years set by the Government of India. This information is crucial for upcoming government exams such as SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, RRB NTPC, UPSC, CDS, and all state PSC exams. Let’s take a look at the year-wise targets set by the Indian government.

Last Update: March 2024

Important Target Year of Government of India


  • Recently, the Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare has set a target of 332 million tonnes of production of foodgrains for the year 2023-24.
  • The Centre has decided to extend the deadline for the flagship Smart Cities Mission, which involves the development of 100 cities into smart cities to June 2024.
  • RBI January 2023 Bulletin: RBI to Direct Inflation Toward a 4% Target by 2024.
  • Gaganyaan: India’s 1st Atmanirbhar human space flight to be launched by 2024
  • India’s first human spaceflight, Mission Gaganyaan is targeted for launch in the fourth quarter of 2024.
  • India is planning to achieve a USD 250 billion maritime economy
  • The Indian Railways will run 100% on electricity.
  • The government of India has set a target to reduce road accident deaths by 50% by 2024.
  • The Union government has extended the deadline for the EV promotion scheme FAME-II till  2024.
  • The rice made available under every government program in India will be fortified by 2024.
  • Six lakh villages in the country will get internet connectivity under the Bharat Net program by 2024.
  • India aims to attain self-sufficiency in the coal sector by 2024.
  • It has set a target to achieve 1 Billion Tonnes of Coal by 2023-24.
  • The Government of India targets defense exports worth $5 billion by 2024.


  • Himachal Pradesh Targets to be 1st ‘Green Energy State’ by 2025.
  • India is to be covered by the Doppler Weather Radar Network by 2025 stated by Union Minister Jitendra Singh.
  • Indian Railways will build 100 Gati Shakti Cargo Terminals by the end of 2025 under the Gati Shakti Cargo Terminal (GCT) policy. (2022-23, 2023-24 & 2024-25)
  • India has set a target of ending tuberculosis. (Under Pradhan Mantri TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan)
  • Doubling  Milk Processing capacity.
  • The Union Government has set a target to increase the number of Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Kendras (PMBJK) to 10,500.
  • The Union Government is aiming to increase fisheries exports to Rs/- 1 trillion by 2025.
  • The government of India has set a  target of 20% blending of fuel-grade ethanol with petrol by 2025. (It was earlier decided to meet this target by 2030)
  • The government set the target of building 220 airports across India by the end of 2025.
  • The center has amended the National Biofuel Policy-2018 for ethanol blending in petrol to 20%, from 2030 to 2025.


  • The government of India  has set a  target of 15% blending of fuel-grade ethanol with petrol by 2026
  • The Indian railways are preparing to become primarily a major exporter of the Vande Bharat trains by 2026, primarily to markets in countries in Europe, South America, and East Asia.


  • India is committed to eliminating Lymphatic Filariasis by 2027.
  • India aims to eradicate leprosy under the National Leprosy Eradication Programme by the year 2027.


  • According to the recent SBI Ecowrap report by the State Bank of India, India is projected to become the world’s third-largest economy by the financial year 2028.
  • ISRO Chairman S. Somanath announced the launch of India’s first module of the international space station, Bharatiya Antariksha Station, slated for 2028.


  • Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has stated that the central government aims to reduce road accident deaths by 50% by the year 2030.
  • The government of India has set a target of USD 100 billion worth of textile exports (annually) by 2030.
  • The central government has set a target of increasing the share of natural gas in the energy mix to 15% by 2030.
  • India has set a target of producing 5 million tonnes of green hydrogen by 2030 under the National Hydrogen Mission.
  • Indian Railways will become a net-zero carbon emitter.
  • Child Marriage free Odisha by Odisha govt.
  • India is working to achieve zero road accident fatalities.
  • Indian Railway’s energy consumption is set to become more than 33 billion units.
  • India aims for 100 million tonnes (MT) of coal gasification.
  • India has set a target to restore 26 million hectares of degraded and deforested land, and achieve land-degradation neutrality.
  • India is expected to overtake China as the world’s largest cooking gas, LPG residential sector market.
  • India has set a target of creating an additional 2.5 billion tonnes of carbon sequestration by 2030.
  • The government of India set a target to achieve 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030.
  • India has set a target to achieve a 5% blending of Biodiesel in Diesel by 2030.
  • By 2030, India will increase its non-fossil capacity to 500  GW.
  • By 2030, India will fulfill 50 percent of its energy requirements with renewable energy.
  • India will reduce one billion tonnes of the total projected carbon emission between now and 2030.
  • By 2030, India will reduce its economy’s carbon intensity to less than 45%.
  • On World Rabies Day, the National action plan for dog-mediated rabies elimination has been released to eliminate Rabies by 2030.


  • As informed by Union Minister Jitendra Singh, India’s nuclear capacity will reach 22,480 MW by 2031.


  • PM Modi directed ISRO to establish an indigenous space station.


  • India aims to land an astronaut on the moon as part of a significant space exploration goal.


  • A plan was announced that aims to make Mathura-Brindaban a “net zero carbon emission” tourist destination by 2041.


  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a target of becoming ‘energy independence’ by 2047.
  • As per the latest Reserve Bank of India monthly bulletin, India’s real GDP needs to grow at an annual rate of 7.6% over the next 25 years to achieve developed economy status by 2047.
  • More than 1 crore people have been screened for Sickle Cell Disease under the National Sickle Cell Anaemia Elimination Mission. The mission targets the elimination of sickle cell anemia from India by the year 2047.


  • United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization adopted an “aspirational goal” of reaching “net zero” emissions by 2050.
  • Recently, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has announced to achieve a net zero target by 2050.


  • The government of Jharkhand also released a Vision Document to Achieve 2070 Net Zero Target.


  • According to a recent report by Goldman Sachs, India is projected to become the world’s second-largest economy by 2075.

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