Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat unveils PSU Watch special issue on India of 2047

Union Minister for Jal Shakti Gajendra Singh Shekhawat unveiled PSU Watch special issue magazine themed around India of 2047 on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti

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Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat unveiling the Annual Issue of PSU Watch. To his left Kunwar Abhishekh Singh, VP (Operations) and to his right Vivek Shukla, Editor (Public Policy and Defence) are also being seen (Photo: PSU Watch)

New Delhi: Union Minister for Jal Shakti Gajendra Singh Shekhawat unveiled PSU Watch special issue magazine themed around India of 2047 on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on October 2. “Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has rightly said that India of 2047 should be one that is developed. And PSU Watch’s special issue has put together very interesting views on what India@100 should look like. The time between now and 2047, better known as the Amrit Kaal, should be about India going full steam towards realising its full potential,” he said.

PSU Watch’s special issue on India of 2047 brings together views from policymakers, experts and analysts on a range of topics. Rajya Sabha (RS) MP and BJD leader Sujeet Kumar has authored a thought-provoking piece and wholesome piece on India of 2047, that undertakes a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis to lay down a roadmap for India@100.

Putting railways on track for 2047

SCOPE (Standing Conference of Public Enterprises) Chairman Atul Sobti has penned a piece on the role that the public sector would play in sculpting a developed nation by 2047. TERI’s Director (Renewable Energy Technologies) Shirish S Garud has laid down a map for carrying India into a net zero future. Niti Aayog Member Dr VK Saraswat and consultant Dr Abhinav Trivedi have put down their views on the sunrise sector of green hydrogen, in which India aims to be a global player.

Sudhanshu Mani, the author of My Train 18 Story, has penned a compelling piece on transmogrifying the Indian Railways network by 2047. BrahMos Aerospace MD & CEO Atul Dinkar Rane has talked about his ambitious plans for India’s indigenously developed missile in a freewheeling interview.

Padma Shri and former Brahmos MD & CEO A Sivathanu Pillai has penned an interesting piece on the need for a Military Industrial Complex to give a fillip to the government’s Atmanirbhar Bharat Mission in the defence sector.

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