The Panel talks about how the key to future economic growth lies in embracing new energy, computing, communication, commerce, and creative technologies.
Pieter Elbers says that while India is experiencing an aviation boom, it also needs to back its size ambition with global reach, competitiveness and world-class brands.
Bunker Roy says that people in rural areas need to be skilled in order to be made employable to cultivate inclusivity. Dilip Asbe talks about how digital payments have to be more modified with local languages integrated into the systems to foster inclusivity.
Sundari Nanda talks about how parental guidance for children consuming the Internet is mandatory, but how balancing the use of technology has become the need of the hour for authorities.
Hon’ble Minister Jyotiraditya M Scindia talks about how India has a strong economic position compared to its global peers and that it will undergo tremendous growth in 3-4 years.
Hon’ble Minister, Nitin Gadkari emphasises on the rapid expansion of roads and highways, shifting to alternative fuels and reducing transportation pollution for a “green India”.