Share your Ideas and Suggestions on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Last Date Aug 15,2021 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)

Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has often shared his vision of building a new, AatmaNirbhar Bharat by the year 2022. ...

Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has often shared his vision of building a new, AatmaNirbhar Bharat by the year 2022.

You may be aware that our great nation is now just 75 weeks away from the 75th Anniversary of Indian Independence (Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav).

To commemorate the monumental occasion, MyGov is launching an ‘Ideas Box’ to crowdsource ideas for a resurgent, Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

How do you envision the India of tomorrow, the India which will merge the best of tradition with the most modern, global outlook?

Share your valuable thoughts with us on the following themes:
•Governance
•Development
•Technology
•Reform
•Progress & Policy over the years
•Any Other

You can share your innovative ideas in the format of a text, photo or video.

MyGov is a citizen engagement platform and has always been instrumental in engaging citizens of the country and seek their opinion to frame policies and shape various Government schemes and programs. Citizens have been able to contribute their ideas to core policy issues, make suggestions, give feedback, and participate in the governance process at large through discussions, tasks, polls, talks, etc.

Last date of submission is 15th August 2021.

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Biswajit Hati 41 minutes 2 sec ago

maybe my ideology is to reframe our nation great amongst the world ,in the way of speed of sports with many inner hidden power also to make strength of government, education and economy too in a single string also to put away the barrier within our country those who harm our nation's ideology and destruct our country day by day .

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 26 minutes ago

As per our estimations, India, which is a lower middle-income country, has a private return to education of 7.6 per cent on an average after controlling for any selectivity biases. There can be several reasons for the lower return to education in India including issues of quality.

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 26 minutes ago

The Indian case presents a curious anomaly beginning with its overall rate of return to education. The literature shows that the low- and middle-income countries present an average of 9.3 per cent and 9.2 per cent respectively on the private returns to schooling

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 27 minutes ago

The necessity to identify appropriate avenues of investment in education have become even more pertinent as students globally deal with the effects of the pandemic on access to schooling.

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 27 minutes ago

Similarly, the education-wage differentials signal the skills that the market values and provide an idea about the necessary interventions.

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 27 minutes ago

It is crucial for countries to understand these trends as it informs policymaking. The returns to each level of education provide information to policymakers about public investment priorities

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 27 minutes ago

Further, developing countries exhibit higher returns to primary education while the developed economies experience higher returns to tertiary education.

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Dr Guinness Madasamy 1 hour 27 minutes ago

It has been documented in several studies that the returns are higher in developing countries compared to developed ones