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Dr.C.Muthuraja's Presentation on India Emerging as Global Leader

  1. India Emerging as a Global Leader Reaching the Unreached Dr.C.Muthuraja, M.A., M.Phil., PhD Head, Post Graduate and Research Department of Economics The American College, Madurai - 625 002, TAMIL NADU Life Member, IIPA, New Delhi ( - (M-09486373765) (Presented at Annual Prelude Conference 2022 of IIPA, New Delhi organized at Mannar Thirumalai Naickar College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu on 27.09.2022) SINCE 1881
  2. Introduction  India at 100 Years of Independence  Aspiration for India@2047 through Vision India@2047  Focus on agriculture, urban landscape, infrastructure, defence, science and technology, governance, banking, oil and gas, etc.  India turns 100 in the year 2047 - as the things have been moving so fast that in next 25 years, the country will be the world's technological and economic powerhouse  By 2050, India is projected to be the world's second-largest economy (overtaking the United States) and will account for 15% of the world's total GDP  The economy growing has led to manifold changes in people’s lifestyles, from the vibes in the city to the attitudes in society and eventually the overall walk and talk of the country and its inhabitants SINCE 1881
  3. India Global Leader - Basics  India is considered one of the potential superpowers of the world. This potential is attributed to several indicators, the primary ones being its demographic trends and a rapidly expanding economy and military.  A unique land of vibrant colours, breathtaking landscapes and rich history, India is unlike any other. From the writhing streets of Mumbai to the idyllic shores of the Andaman Islands, this remarkable country offers a diverse feast for the senses.  Global leaders are in charge of the development of their employees, so that they, in turn, can do a better job and achieve their goals. SINCE 1881
  4. India Global Leader – Basics  India has emerged as the fourth most powerful country in Asia with its overall score declining by two points from 2020 in the Lowy Institute Asia Power Index. India fell short of the major power threshold in 2021 and is among eighteen countries in the region to trend downward in its overall score in 2021  Constraints are there, both internal and external. Internal constraints like poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, health care, transportation etc  A country can become a developed country by establishing new industries & factories as these industries are a major contributor to the national income of a country. SINCE 1881
  5. INDIA...Since Independence SINCE 1881
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  13. Vision for India @ 2047  Vision India@2047 will be guided by the aspiration for India@2047, like attaining new heights of prosperity, making best facilities available both in villages and cities, eliminating unnecessary interference by the Government in the lives of citizens and building world's most modern infrastructure  Education Sector, global Value Chains, leveraging sunrise sectors growth, Climate change, R&D, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, employment issues, human capital development, governance etc.  Higher Education: future education, future skills, gender equality, R&D, innovation, entrepreneurship, employment issues etc. ( survey/consultation-vision-india2047) SINCE 1881
  14. Vision for India @ 2047 Aim – Principle – Priorities  Aim  Aim of the vision is to create an action plan  Road map will be created for each sector  Execution of the plan is to begin this decade  Principle  Whole of country” or “Whole of Government” approach  Plan will build expertise within the government  It will leverage international capital  It will involve international expertise  It will involve experts from different fields - Future India  Priorities  Develop new age agriculture  Future – ready Cities  Create an ecosystem on emergence of Indian global champions  Growing soft power of the country SINCE 1881
  15. About the Plan  Plan will benefit the 100th year of Indian Independence  Targets that are to be completed in 25 years  Free up foreign defence acquisitions that are made by India  Make India Self reliant  Restructure the Public Sector Banks  Eliminate the unnecessary interference made by the Government on the lives of the citizens  Turn India in to a Skill Capital  Develop at least ten Indian Institutions and bring them among the top hundred in the World  Gap analysis in Government and Private Sector SINCE 1881
  16.  Agriculture, Commerce & Industry, Infrastructure and Urban landscape, Security & Defence, Technology and Governance  Developing 3 or 4 global champions - oil and gas sector by merger or restructuring of companies, developing semi-conductor complexes and making India a hub and leader in green technology and skilling  Governance - Re-engineering government processes', bringing institutional expertise in government besides 'eliminating unnecessary interference by the government in the lives of citizens SINCE 1881 The Key Areas Identified
  17.  Develop India into a skill capital and bring at least 10 Indian institutions among the top 100 in the world  A 'new age agriculture' plan proposes micro irrigation and organic farming, positioning India as a top exporter in identified streams  Development of urban infrastructure and 'future ready' urban spaces - ensuring access to best of facilities in rural areas as well (Niti Aayog)  Decarbonisation  Making India a $40 trillion economy by 2047  To become energy-independent by 2047 SINCE 1881 The Key Areas Identified
  18. Rural Development Sectors  Social Development  Rural Infrastructure  Environmental concerns  Growing Population & Urbanisation  Agriculture & Allied activities and Development of Rural Industries  Employment & Changes in Occupational Structure  Technological issues  Energy  Building of Institutional expertise and Centres of Excellence  Balanced Regional Development  Quality Assurance & Regulatory Activities  Research & Development ( SINCE 1881
  19. SWOT & Cautions  S - A land of solar power and renewable energy technologies  W - A country stricken by poverty  O - Investments needed for 69 Indian countries (69 Cities)  T - Hypertension affecting 40% of Indian youth Cautions  Growth is measured by how much it respects the rights of its citizens  Until women are safe, no amount of ‘economic growth’ means a whit  Each state has its own unique languages, culture, cuisine and traditions  Free from unemployment and every person to make their life worth living  Live in harmony and peace despite having different cultures and religions  Best educated and entrepreneurial, and so will occupy top posts across the world in politics and business  Population will rise to 1.6 billion, overtaking China SINCE 1881
  20. ONE WAY…THE ONLY WAY…  Consumers  Producers  Distributors  Imports Dependent  Exports Dependent  Foreign Debt Dependent ONLY WAY… Since We have Largest Amount of Consumers in the World Be Indian…Buy Indian Products SINCE 1881