Several banks and financial institutions had already in one way or another initiated a lot of go-cashless initiative and introduction of Universal Payment Interface (UPI) has been one such national move.
India is passing through an economic reformation led by demonetisation and e-monetisation. If 1969 bank nationalisation ushered in development banking, which was perhaps the very first step towards financial inclusion
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, we are seeing the concrete results of his efforts. Increasingly, agriculture is not found to be remunerative any more.
Positive and long-term improvements can be seen in foodgrains production, horticulture, dairy, poultry and fisheries, access to physical infrastructure such as electricity and roads
There are several beacons of hope in this country, which are bringing about a change and are committed to taking forward the dream of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi who wishes to create a New India. Of course, it is not possible without those who are all making an equal contribution to it.
Private sector participation or Public Private Partnership (PPP), which was conceived more than a decade ago has made dramatic improvements in the way projects have got implemented. The most crucial aspect though, has been to figure out the ways by which it can be scaled nationwide touching all the critical sectors of infrastructure