Table of Contents
- 1 What is the greatest challenge your generation faces 2019?
- 2 What is the most important issue your generation is facing?
- 3 What is the biggest problem India is facing?
- 4 What India needs today?
- 5 What is the most needed reforms in India?
- 6 What’s India’s GDP now?
- 7 What is the most formidable challenge you expect India to face in the coming years?
- 8 What challenges do India face?
- 9 What will be the condition of India in 2050?
- 10 What are the bigger challenges that is faced by our country even today?
- 11 What were the problems faced by India after independence?
What is the greatest challenge your generation faces 2019?
Here is the top 10 in full:Lack of employment opportunities.Failure to succeed in education system.Issues related to body image.Family problems.Substance abuse.Pressures of materialism.Lack of affordable housing.Negative stereotyping.
What is the most important issue your generation is facing?
One of the biggest threats to our generation (and future generations) is the deterioration of the environment. Since this issue affects everyone, there must be more urgency in our communities to help the environment. This is an enormous problem for one person to change, so working in community is essential.
What is the biggest problem India is facing?
Lack of skills. Lack of access to quality education. Lack of employment opportunities, which can be attributed to the failure of government. Overpopulation leads to more competition for the same number of jobs.
What India needs today?
Primary amongst these are:The growth of the middle class and its implications.The need for higher standards of education and skill development.Infrastructure improvement and the availability of information.Food security, nutrition and the need to address the agricultural sector.
What is the most needed reforms in India?
5 reforms that India needsPrivatise public enterprises: Public sector enterprises (PSEs) fail to innovate, increase productivity, and respond to consumer preferences. Reform banks: The health of Indian public sector banks (PSBs) deteriorated post the financial crises compared to private and foreign banks operating in India.
What’s India’s GDP now?
Nominal (current) Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of India is $2,364 (USD) as of 2017. Real GDP (constant, inflation adjusted) of India reached $2,9. GDP Growth Rate in 2017 was 6.68%, representing a change of 996 US$ over 2016, when Real GDP was $2,957.
What is the most formidable challenge you expect India to face in the coming years?
As the country enters a new era of envisioned growth, now is the time for all Indians to come together as one and address the most pressing societal challenges facing the country today: skilling and job creation, the socioeconomic inclusion of rural India, and the building of a healthy and sustainable future for every …
What challenges do India face?
Here are the eight challenges that India is facingWorsening Water Nightmare. India is facing the worst water crisis in history. Fake News Menace. Agrarian Catastrophe. Political Arrogance. Flood Mismanagement. Unemployment. Pending Justice. Poor Policing.
What will be the condition of India in 2050?
By 2050, India is projected to be the world’s second-largest economy (overtaking the United States) and will account for 15% of the world’s total GDP. The positive outcomes of that growth have already started to make an impact for residents.
What are the bigger challenges that is faced by our country even today?
Most recent answer. The population has grown by 20 million per decade, leading to food deficits, decline of sanitation, and pollution problems. Although economic growth figures seem optimistic, many citizens ‘ living standards do not improve.
What were the problems faced by India after independence?
The nation has faced religious violence, casteism, naxalism, terrorism and regional separatist insurgencies. India has unresolved territorial disputes with China which in 1962 escalated into the Sino-Indian War, and with Pakistan which resulted in wars in 1947, 1965, 19.