Lessons from the crisis

27 APR,2020 | MEDC


The Prime Minister has rightly said that self-reliance is our biggest lesson from the Covid-19 crisis. A more decentralized policy approach will also benefit us, as it is the collective power of the villages that propels the country forward. We need to realize that Western models will not always work here, as our grassroots’ realities are different. We should rely more on home-grown solutions, while simultaneously remembering that we are living in an increasingly interconnected world. Small businesses should be promoted more aggressively as they form the building blocks of our economy. Much more investment needs to flow into infrastructure development, particularly healthcare infrastructure, and especially in the rural areas, where the majority of our population continues to reside. Finally, our education system needs strengthening, as that forms the core of building an ethically responsible society.

*Photo Credit: Google

Comments



Featured Posts



Recent Posts


EMERGING ISSUES IN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE


Tourism and its contribution to the Economy


Interactive Meeting with Mr. Jaykumar Rawal Hon'ble Minister for Tourism & Employment Guarantee Scheme Govt. of Maharashtra


De-coding skills-based pro-bono


FOOD PRICE VOLATILITY


Food Inflation in India: An Assessment




Archive




© Copyright 2019 MEDC, All rights reserved
Website Design and Develop By: SCI Knowledge Interlinks