LG opens Indian Economics & Allied Sciences Association's 4th Annual Conference
LG opens Indian Economics & Allied Sciences Association's 4th Annual Conference

Today, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha officially opened the 4th Annual Conference of the Indian Economics & Allied Sciences Association at the University of Kashmir in Srinagar.

The Lt. Governor spoke highly of the efforts made by the Indian Economics & Allied Sciences Association over the course of the conference’s three days to discuss India’s development strategy of Aatma Nirbhar Bharat, as well as the development issues facing Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, and India’s tribal population.


The Lt. Governor, discussing India’s emergence as an economic power, said that the government’s policies and programmes for holistic development have put the economy on a sustainable path of high growth and shaped the economic trajectory of India under the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji.

“Today, India is the most popular place to do business and invest, and our economy is one of the fastest-growing in the world. The benefits of our success will trickle down to the people, he added, because we are committed to inclusive, progressive, and sustainable growth.

For India 2.0 to succeed, he urged concerted action to be taken in the areas of job creation, infrastructure and investment, women’s empowerment, micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), skill development, health, and nutrition.

In the current financial year, India is predicted to contribute 15% of global growth because of its unlimited optimism, boundless energy, and ambitious outlook. The Lt. Governor added that India’s economic rebound will be a vital driver of global prosperity and that we are getting closer to our aim of making this really India’s century.

The Lt. Governor spoke during the opening session, detailing the economic and social changes that have been implemented throughout J&K UT in recent years to bring it up to speed with other developed areas in the nation.

Education, health, human resources, industry, infrastructure, connectivity, tourism, agriculture, and allied sectors are all on the list of priorities for the future, and so we have developed a plan for governance in 2047 to ensure that we achieve these objectives.

He also praised the efforts of the Indian Economics and Allied Sciences Association to educate the public about India’s economic progress and policy.

Dr. Alok Kumar, Secretary of the Indian Economics and Allied Sciences Association, and Prof. Sudhakar Panda, President of the Indian Economics and Allied Sciences Association, both spoke at the event and discussed the significance of the annual conference.

The Lt. Governor also marked the event with the publication of the conference souvenir.

Attendees included Vice Chancellor Professor Nilofer Khan, President Professor Pulin B Nayak, President Professor Dhananjay Singh, Member Secretary Professor G M Bhat, Chief Coordinator of the Conference, and a slew of other academics, including economists, experts, heads of departments, students, and researchers.



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