The main aims and objectives of the present KJA are to
recommend actions for institution building, policy innovation and excellence in
the field of education, health, S&T, industry, entrepreneurship, research
and innovation, traditional knowledge, agriculture, E-Governance, rural
development and ANY other relevant areas.
Tasks of KJA are mainly “proof-of-concept” and get
defined/formulated, either through internal discussions within KJA – mainly
issues of public/societal/technological and knowledge relevance for the state
OR are identified through interactions with GOK departments – mainly issues of
governance and development in the state. KJA tasks are “anchored” with one or
more departments of GOK – so that after proof-of-concept stage by KJA, any
executive implementation can get effectively coordinated by relevant departments
of GOK.As part of “proof-of-concept”, KJA takes up technical assessments,
studies, small demonstrations, proto-typing analysis, policy analysis, social
impact assessment etc – which result in relevant recommendations to GOK.
For more details please refer to "Concepts&Procedures of KJA" adopted by the KJA in its Third Meeting held on January 31, 2015.