To emerge as a developed nation by 2047 focus on the 4 pillars is pertinent While infrastructure and investment provide the necessary support systems, innovation and inclusivity drive the development of new technologies and industries. Hence, incentivising these four factors is crucial for national economic growth, writes Sneha Gurjar, Director, CEM Engineers. According to a recent...
There are about 12 crore people in the country who will be the direct beneficiaries of the Smart City project. The total population of these proposed 98 Smart Cities is about 12 crore, accounting for 35 per cent of countryÂ´s total urban population as per the 2011 census, Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said, while releasing the list.
By way of the National Skill Development Council, the government wants to give an extra impetus to technical and vocational education. This philosophy is also very evident by way of wanting to improve employability by promoting the manufacturing sector and the Â´Make in IndiaÂ´ campaign.
Gujarat as a State has tremendous potential both naturally as well as physically. Being well connected by rail and road is an added advantage although air connectivity needs improvement. Its well-equipped ports are a tremendous boost for industries in the State.
The Union Budget 2014-15 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has laid an infra tarpaulin and created a mood for growth. An eBiz integrated portal where all ministries would be integrated by December is underway to facilitate business. The allocations are across the spectrum of infrastructure, manufacturing and social sectors.