greater consciousness of what needs to be left for the next generation: more literacy and less discrimination (economic & social).
1) गाव पढ रहा है, देश बढ रहा है|
2) A cash-less and “caste-less” Bharat.
A slow yet steady rise is being seen in quality of work force, largely due to improved quality of education and vocational training courses. A number of governmental initiatives have been key to driving this development.
Ironical that the largest agrarian economy, with the worlds largest elementary education system, doesn’t have agriculture as a subject in schools.
70 years on, Pune District continues to be managed by a single Collector/DM. What is different since 1949 is – the population has grown from 5 lakhs to 94 lakhs (9million+). Technology led solutions help vastly, but is more needed. …?
with the help of Non-Resident Villagers (NRV) we have installed 3,820 “Gyan-key libraries” (read+write+speak) in 1,480 working day’s benefiting 10,00,570 (1 Million) rural secondary students.
http://dbmgfoundation.org/index.php changed Dhule District of Maharashtra. Now the corporates and Non-Resident Villagers (NRV) too along with the Government initiatives can help change the 207 underprivileged districts of rural (tomorrow’s) India.
Increased Investments in infrastructure projects, led by electricity, roads & bridges will lead to greater economic and social opportunities.
Greater consciousness of what needs to be left for the next generation: more literacy and less discrimination.
By 2020 most Indians will be literate – not implying that they may be able to converse in English or write an essay independently, but they will distinguish good from bad. We will see a different and truly ‘literate’ India.