DART Views

DART Speaks is a forum introduced by DART Consulting where Analysts of DART as well as Market Analysts from any other sector can express their opinion on contemporary issues.

1. National Youth Policy of India 2014: Does it Meet Aspirations of Next Gen?

The population of India is expected to reach 1.3 billion by 2020. The median age of the population will be 28 years by 2020which is considerably less than the expected median age of China (37 years). Along with the increase in overall population, India’s working population that majorly comprises youth is also increasing proportionately. India’s working population is projected to reach 592 million by 2020.

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2. Will IoT be the Next Opportunity for India??

For a technocrat, the IoT is an ecosystem of IP-connected devices that can deliver significant business benefits all over the world. There is a general belief among the industry that the IoT will generate trillions of dollars in the forth coming years. It is true that the IoT has a huge potential to bring considerable savings, and it will bring along higher efficiency into the existing processes. Ultimately, the IoT is expected to boost up the overall productivity. Definitely, these beliefs around IoT will open u doors for numerous innovations which will ultimately result in setting up of hundreds of start-ups. One can expect mushrooming of a set of ancillary businesses around IoT services as well. Further the increased spending on R&D will open up other revenue streams for entrepreneurs..

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3. Political Corruption in India Since Independence - An Analysis of Major Scams, Trends and its Implication on Indian Economy

Corruption is a symptom of fundamental institutional weaknesses. Corruption is an intractable problem in India which can only be controlled, but not totally eliminated. Corruption is a global problem that all countries of the world have to confront. India is losing its immense growth opportunity due to uncontrolled corruption. The loss due to corruption has been estimated to be in the range of 4% to 250% of India's GDP which is quite shocking.

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