Delhi NCR-based Asian Business School– which is a part of Asian Education Group and is ranked as one of the best B-schools in Delhi NCR – held an insightful National Seminar on “NEW INDIA @75: STRATEGIES FOR TRANSFORMATION & GROWTH’” on Saturday 12th October 2019 at its college campus located at Sector 125, Noida. The event was organized by the Research & Development (R&D) Cell of ABS.
The eminent guests and speakers at the seminar included Mr. Vinit Goenka, Member-Governing Council-CRIS, Ministry of Railways, Govt of India; Mr. Vipin Tyagi, Executive Director & Chairman of the Board heading C-DOT; and Mr. Kamal Singh, Executive Director of UN Global Compact Network India (UNGCNI).
The backdrop to this Seminar was provided by the well-known fact that India is poised to become the youngest nation in the world by 2020 with 50% of its population below the age of 29 and India’s young population will have to play a crucial role in making India the next superpower, and the NITI Aayog’s recently released comprehensive national Strategy for New India which defines clear objectives to accelerate economic growth to 9-10% and make the country a $4-trillion economy by 2022-23.
To realize this objective, a comprehensive strategy needs to be devised to further improve the business environment in which private investors and other stakeholders can contribute their fullest towards achieving the goals set out for New India.
Thus, the Seminar theme – “New India@75: Strategies for Transformation & Growth” –aptly designed its initiatives with a special focus on citizens.
Some of the key highlights of the seminar included focus on drivers of economic performance like agriculture and production, building on the infrastructure, inclusion of the important dimensions like health, education and equity by providing a strong impetus to economic growth, and governance that would delve deep into how the structures can be streamlined and processes optimized to achieve better developmental outcomes.
With extensive consultations and inputs from business experts and academicians, the seminar reflected the ground realities and a collective consensus on addressing the challenges and achieving the goals for a New India. It attempted to present a set of ideas that can provide the basis for a constructive public-private-personal partnership and promote a positive sentiment to propel India to the front ranks of the global economy.
For complete details on the Seminar, you may ABS website blog.