This week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in India released its budget for FY 2016-17. Budget Day in India is met with intense scrutiny and Continue reading
In the past one year the government has announced plenty of key initiatives such as Make in India, Digital India and Startup India and with the budget the companies are expecting that these initiatives will get further impetus. Continue reading
Oilver Bohm, CEO, Schenker India, the world’s second largest transportation and logistics provider in terms of sales and performance, says that the best thing the government can provide in the upcoming budget is a no bar hold approach to sustain Continue reading
In an interview to the state broadcaster DD News, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said that the upcoming Budget will be growth-oriented.
This implicitly signals that the Budget will address the investment crisis of the economy, suggests a Livemint report.
Das has revealed in the interview that the schemes like Make In India, Digital India, Start-up India, Stand-up India, and Skill Mission will be the focus of the Budget.
The state broadcaster published a series of interviews with the key office-holders in the Finance Ministry.
According to the report, Jayant Sinha, Finance Minister of State, has said that the poverty eradication, farmers’ prosperity, job creation and a better quality of life for all Indian citizens will be the four pillars of the Budget.
1. Budget 2016 expectations: The FM’s priority in the 2016-17 budget will be higher growth, with fiscal rectitude, we believe. With the private sector capex yet to pick Continue reading
The Civil Aviation Ministry has sought views from stakeholders on the recommendations of a detailed study that focused on skill development in the aviation Continue reading
Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Wednesday launched the Skill India mission, saying “we want to fulfil dreams of people and we want to do it in a structured way, taking the states together”. Continue reading
“The launch of Skill India Mission today marks a renewed effort to capitalise on India’s demographic dividend and create a large pool of skilled workforce in India” Continue reading
NEW DELHI: The government would need a huge Rs 6 lakh crore in the next five years for training programmes to make people employable, a Union minister said on Thursday. Continue reading
Suckling said one of the key elements of Indian foreign policy is ensuring its energy security.
Australia has lined up investments worth US $10 billion for India as it is looking for greater co-operation with the country. Continue reading