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India's Vision Of Viksit Bharat Receives 70% Confidence For Global Leadership By 2047: Report

The report added that about 16 per cent of respondents across geographies envision a developed India as one of the largest economies globally and one with a higher GDP per capita. 

India's Vision Of Viksit Bharat Receives 70% Confidence For Global Leadership By 2047: Report
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POSTED ON February 07, 2024 6:18 PM

Shedding light on the optimism of India to be the developed nation, a recent report has observed that approximately 70 per cent of respondents express confidence in the vision of Viksit Bharat, anticipating India's emergence as a global leader by 2047. This optimism is mirrored in the 63 per cent who envision India as a powerhouse in global trade, technology, and economy. 

In its latest report titled, India’s Turn To Lead By 2047, Primus Partners observed that amongst the surveyed people, 16 per cent of respondents across geographies envision a developed India as one of the largest economies globally and one with a higher GDP per capita. 

The survey highlights that about 42 per cent of respondents are already familiar with the government's plans for 2047, however, on the other side of the spectrum, 27 per cent of respondents believe rural India remains disconnected from urban centres, pointing to a critical need for improvement in connectivity and infrastructure to bridge this divide. 

“Backed by civilisational ethos and confidence, the nation is on a mission to constructively reform itself and harness its strengths,” said Amitabh Kant, G20 Sherpa, former CEO of NITI Aayog. 

The complexity of India's aspirations is further illustrated by the diverse expectations of its population. While aspirations for luxury living, global connectivity, and technological advancement drive the middle class, pressing challenges remain. Security concerns and gender equality emerge as significant issues, with 10 per cent of the surveyed population viewing lack of security as a threat and 18 per cent highlighting concerns over women's safety. 

"The report goes beyond just capturing the hopes, challenges, and aspirations of Bharat; it includes expert insights on the pathways forward," Nilaya Varma, CEO and co-founder, Primus Partners added. 

The report concludes with a call to action, urging policymakers, industry leaders, and the public to engage in a constructive dialogue about the future of work in an AI-driven economy.  

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