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IMF: India as Third-Largest Economy by 2026-27



  Sep 04, 2023

IMF's India Projection as Third-Largest Economy by 2026-27: Ensuring Stable and Inclusive Growth


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1. Sustaining High and Stable GDP Growth:

Maintaining a consistent high GDP growth rate is crucial to improve per capita GDP and raise living standards. Policies should encourage investment, innovation, and entrepreneurship across sectors.
 

2. Employment Generation and Income Equality:

Prioritize policies that generate mass employment opportunities, ensuring a base minimum income to bridge income disparities. Job creation across sectors can contribute to a more inclusive growth trajectory.
 

3. Education System Overhaul:

Revamp the education system to align it with the evolving needs of the job market. Reduce the gap between skill demand and supply to equip the workforce with relevant skills for better employability.
 

4. Environmental Sustainability:

Address the climate crisis by adopting eco-friendly policies, promoting renewable energy sources, and protecting biodiversity and ecosystems. Sustainable practices are essential for long-term economic growth.
 

5. Social Cohesion and Investor Confidence:

Prevent excessive social conflicts that could negatively impact economic stability and investor confidence. Promote inclusive policies and social harmony to ensure a conducive environment for growth.
 

6. Women-Led Growth:

Empower women by providing equal opportunities in education, employment, and entrepreneurship. Women's participation in the economy has a multiplier effect on growth and societal development.
 

7. Enhancing Learning Outcomes:

Implement measures to improve learning outcomes at the primary and secondary education levels. Quality education is essential for equipping the younger generation with the skills needed for future growth.
 

8. Increased Health Expenditure:

Allocate more resources to healthcare, ensuring access to quality medical services for all citizens. A healthy population contributes to higher productivity and overall well-being.
 

9. Investment in Research and Development (R&D):

Increase investments in R&D, particularly in emerging technologies. Innovation-driven growth can propel India's economy to the forefront of global advancements.
 

10. Infrastructure Development:

Focus on building and modernizing infrastructure, including transportation, communication, and digital networks. Efficient infrastructure is a catalyst for economic growth and connectivity.
 

11. Financial Inclusion:

Promote financial literacy and inclusion to ensure that all segments of society have access to banking services, credit, and insurance, fostering economic participation.
 

12. Skill Development and Vocational Training:

Develop comprehensive skill development programs and vocational training to bridge the skills gap, enhancing employability and productivity across sectors.
 

13. Entrepreneurship and Start-up Ecosystem:

Foster a supportive ecosystem for entrepreneurship and start-ups. Encourage innovation, provide easier access to funding, and streamline regulatory processes to promote economic dynamism.
 

14. Social Safety Nets:

Establish robust social safety nets to protect vulnerable populations from economic shocks. Welfare programs can contribute to a more equitable distribution of resources.
 

15. Transparent and Efficient Governance:

Ensure transparency, accountability, and efficiency in governance to promote investor confidence, attract foreign direct investment, and create an environment conducive to economic growth.
 
By addressing these key areas, India can not only achieve its projection as the third-largest economy but also ensure that growth is stable, inclusive, and sustainable, benefiting all segments of society.


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