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Changing India: Drive a new way of Growth

No society ever remains consistent. In its seventh decade of Independence, Nation reaches the foremost stage of development. Following a unique way of growth pattern, India is moving towards development as a model for other underdeveloped nations. 


Country uses a precocious development model. Nation becomes the World’s best-performing economies in the present century. According to projections from World Bank, India has galloped ahead to become the fastest growing economy on the globe. Recent Indian economy focused on service sector which attracts more foreign investment flows, contributed significantly to export and also provide extensive employment opportunities. This sector is becoming the key driver of economic growth.

Nation followed a different path of economic development from other countries. 

  • Advanced Educational system.
  • Attractive cluster of business in technology space.
  • Sustained progress in living standard
  • Increase in start-up business providing a hub for young global thinker & global leaders.
  • Pieces of training opportunities for Skill developments.
  • Government support for Youth to boost up their talents through innovative ideas.

Moving Towards progress

The Transformation from 20th to 21st century witnessed great changes. Attitude of the populace changed drastically, diligence and can-do attitude among youth is the positive sign for the progress of the nation. Now the main role is played by the entrepreneurs for drafting a thriving story. India now brags about is highly competitive private companies, a booming stock market, and a modern, well-disciplined financial sector.

Indian population leaps towards the number 1.5 billion from 1.2 billion populations. Economic studies revealed that for developing and underdeveloped countries, rate of growth in population is a major barrier to economic progress. Development and population rate are inversely related. But in the case of Indian Economy, it proves a contrary scenario where the increase in population has led to identifiable development. India stands 2nd in population and also a fastest growing nation with high technologies and modern infrastructure. Increasing population is a great challenge and also an untapped opportunity to progress ahead. Economic study predicts the achievement of 9% year-on-year growth escalating the Indian economy to become the world’s 3rd largest in 2034. 

Moulding expressway for economic growth  

Clear path makes the journey easier. Fostering innovation and start-ups to steer large scale employment opportunities, there by generating sustainable economic growth. Today, India is balanced to transform itself—and improve the lives of billion citizens—with unprecedented speed. Indian government plays an important role in convening sector leaders, rewarding problem solvers, and promoting a culture of risk and entrepreneurship. Providing better academic facilities like vocational education, digitalized classrooms, scholarships, etc. are some of the trajectories towards progress. The best way to achieve growth is to encourage the vibrant youth to explore their talents. Emerging technologies with digitalized services makes a hub for young people to build up a new economy for shaping a better future.

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