MyGov Talk with NITI Aayog CEO, Mr. Amitabh Kant

INTERACT WITH NITI AAYOG ON THE UNION BUDGET, 2016: #AskNITI

The premier think-tank of the Government of India, NITI Aayog (National Institution for Tranforming India) provides crucial directional and policy support to the Centre as well as State governments. On the release of the Union Budget 2016, NITI is pleased to announce that we will interact directly with the citizens of the country.

On March 3rd at 3 pm, the CEO of NITI Aayog, top bureaucrat, Mr. Amitabh Kant will talk about what the Budget spells for key policies formulated by the Government of India. Reflecting on the government’s focus sectors and schemes, the CEO will explain the direct bearing budget will have on employment generation, investments and economic growth in the country.

Steering an institution that infuses new policy ideas to enable the Government to act in the best interests of public, Mr. Kant will also detail NITI Aayog’s role in translating schemes and policies, as enunciated in the Budget, into action on ground.

Besides providing an exclusive, expert perspective on the Union Budget, Amitabh Kant will also take questions directly from the viewers. Questions may be asked in advance, and through the duration of the talks on both days, via NITI Aayog’s Twitter and Facebook page. The talks can also be accessed on the NITI Aayog website, www.niti.gov.in.

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Atul Kumar_45 3 years 9 months ago

Bringing the PF component and its Interest under Income Tax is not a welcome decision by the government. It may be good for developed countries where your Old Age needs are well taken care by the government like caring, medicals, food, shelter and so on. In our country, where still we are not able to make doctors n medical facilities to mass of the people, the PF ideas itself was to provide the financial safety to employees in their old age, post retirement to meet their needs. Pls take it back