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The biggest challenge for the country is to help talented young people fulfil their aspirations, State Bank of India Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya said, while terming demographic dividend as an opportunity for growth. "If you look at India, the biggest challenge and opportunity today is demography. You have this young country, and you have one million people who are joining job market every month. How do you look at the aspiration of these people and how do you fulfill them?" she said during a panel discussion on 'India 2025 - Challenges and Opportunities', organised by Bombay Management Association (BMA).
ITC Chairman Y C Deveshwar said creating employment is a very big challenge. "If you look at 2025, this (job creation) problem is going to grow larger. Creating sustainable employment which is environment friendly are the two big challenges that our country has to address, right now, and at an accelerated pace tomorrow."
Tata Group's chairman emeritus Ratan Tata said, "In the years that I have been in industry, I have watched India transform itself from a protected country and becoming an open economy in early 90s and then seeing its complete change of political leadership, in the last year, to an India which is now poised with a great deal of aspiration and expectations, but poised with a new government and a new leadership and I think great desire to be a country that will stand up and be counted in the economic scene."
The India government’s initiative of Make in India can definitely contribute much for the creation of job. This will instill confidence in the youth and in return the growth of the country will see new heights.