By Anil VermaOn November 1, 2018, a team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) announced their findings.
The researchers used data collected by the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) for the years 2000 to 2019 to predict how stocks are likely to perform over the next 5 years.
The NSSO is a part of the central government and is the largest source of financial information for all India’s states and central government.
The research is being released by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), an organisation funded by the Indian government to conduct research into economic, social and governance issues in the country.
A few weeks ago, IIT’s research team published its findings in the Indian Economic Outlook.
It showed that India is likely to witness an unprecedented economic growth rate of 9.9% in the next five years.
In the decade-2020, the economy is projected to grow at 9.3% – 10.1% in 2021-2021, and 7.6% – 8.6%, respectively.
In comparison, China’s economic growth in the same period was 7.3%.
But, these are not the only important factors in the analysis.
It is the role of the government to ensure that all stakeholders are involved in the growth of the economy.
The most significant factor for the future growth is the investment in technology.
The Indian government is actively investing in new technologies in an attempt to create jobs and spur economic growth.
A major part of this is the IT infrastructure.
A lot of projects are being done to build out the internet infrastructure in India.
The government is also investing in infrastructure like roads, railways, ports, power, communication and water, among others.
The impact of this on the future of Indian economy will be huge.
The main driver of the future is the creation of jobs, said Nirmala Kaul, an associate professor of economics at IIT and one of the researchers.
It has become the most important indicator for investors, especially those with large portfolios.
She said the Indian economy has a long way to go in terms of technological progress.
It takes time to build the infrastructure that will enable the economy to grow.
However, it is important to note that a lot of this technology is still being created by the private sector, which will also contribute to the economic growth of India.
However this does not mean that India will overtake China.
China is the biggest economy in the world.
China has a large number of technology projects, but the country is still very poor in terms and quality of its infrastructure.
It lacks basic infrastructure such as bridges, roads and airports, and the infrastructure for the internet and telemedicine.
Kaul also pointed out that India’s economy is still a big challenge for China.
It will take time for the government, as a whole, to implement the investments that it has made in infrastructure, especially in areas such as infrastructure, energy, communication, energy-saving measures and health.
However the country can achieve great things, she said.
IIT, a research institute, also announced that India had the highest percentage of technology startups in the global market.
The institute is the flagship institution of the Centre to Enhance Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEII).
CEII is a national initiative of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (EDI) and is part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ programme.
IET, which is part-owned by the government of India, is an independent research institute.
It provides an array of expertise and services to the Indian public through its academic, research, advisory, research and policy programmes.
I have also worked with CEII in the past.
Its research projects include the Centre’s flagship CEVI, the Centre on Innovation and Entrepreneurs (CIEE), a new centre for innovative ideas to develop a sustainable Indian economy.
I worked with the CEEI for the past four years, which also includes a project that seeks to bring the government-run Indian Institutes of Technology to China, said IIT Vice Chancellor Dr. Anand Kumar.
I am proud of the research I was able to do in China, Kumar said.