More than 70 per cent of Indians have expressed confidence in the vision of Viksit Bharat, and they anticipate India’s emergence as a global leader by 2047, says a survey by management consulting firm Primus Partners. The survey also states that the optimism is mirrored in the 63 per cent who envision India as a powerhouse in global trade, technology, and economy.
The report, titled, “India’s Turn To Lead By 2047,” has a foreword by Amitabh Kant, G20 Sherpa and former CEO NITI Aayog, who said, “Backed by civilizational ethos and confidence, the nation is on a mission to constructively reform itself and harness its strengths. India seeks to propel itself toward a future that not only uplifts its own people but resonates with the betterment of all humanity — because when India grows, the world grows.”
The survey also sheds light on public engagement with governmental visions for the future, revealing that 42 per cent of respondents are already familiar with the government’s plans for 2047.
The management consulting firm says that this level of awareness suggests a significant portion of the population is engaged and interested in the country’s developmental direction.
However, on the other side of the spectrum, 27 per cent of respondents believe rural India remains disconnected from urban centres, pointing to a critical need for improvement in connectivity and infrastructure to bridge this divide.
Among those surveyed, 16 per cent of respondents across geographies envision a developed India as one of the largest economies globally and one with a higher GDP per capita.
The report also unveils compelling insights gathered from a diverse range of respondents across 25 Indian states and union territories, shaping the vision for “New India”. Among the key findings, citizens believe in India’s emergence as one of the largest economies, self-reliant, and leading in the new world order.
Talking about the findings, Nilaya Varma, CEO & Co-Founder, Primus Partners, says, “The survey aimed to bring to the forefront the voices from the ground, particularly those less talked about, to create a document centred on inclusivity. The report goes beyond just capturing the hopes, challenges, and aspirations of Bharat; it includes expert insights on the pathways forward. There are plans to develop more detailed roadmaps for each area in the future.”
(With Agency Inputs)
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