Issues facing India. Naxalism. Terrorism. China. Corrupt Media. Unemployment. Infrastructure. Quality of Education. Environmental degradation. Business Environment. Dependence on Agriculture. Inefficient Police. Crimes against women. Poverty. Slow Judiciary.
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Quality of Education
Crimes against women
Ineffective system of
of Govt. Policies
Political control over
Status of Women
Business control over policy making, media, implementation etc.
“Socialism is the destiny of any society. But it must pass through Capitalism first.”
Sector wise contribution to GDP
Money granted by the Government to keep down the prices of commodities.
The most optimistic estimates put the cost of the scheme to Rs. 1.3 lakh crore per annum (11% of the net expenditure)
"the largest and most ambitious social security and public works programme in the world"
Net value add
Impact on the job market
Impact on the budget
Role of govt bodies (UGC, AICTE, MCI etc)
75% of technical & 85% of general graduates are unemployable by industries. (WSJ)
No Indian university appeared in top 200 (including the IITs). (QS World University Rankings (sept 2011))
The number of students writing CAT 2013 is 2 Lakh (for 3500 seats), GATE 2013 is 12 lakhs (for less than 500 seats), over 5 lakh students for IITJEE 2013, 7.5 lakh for NEET 2013 etc.
“An average of 50 transfers every month in a state that has around 350 IAS officers...43 IPS officers have been transferred 40 times in their career.”
“the bureaucrats should work in close coordination with party leaders or face the music.”
- State of affairs in UP
Read article “A hell hole for Civil Servants” by Tehelka
“Justice delayed is justice denied.”
“Justice should not only be delivered, it should also be seen as being delivered.”
THANK YOU through Capitalism first.”