Recently, while addressing the country's sarpanches through video conferencing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Corona crisis has shown a new message and a new direction. He said that with this corona crisis we have found that we have to become self-sufficient.
Actually self-reliance is not a minor but a very meaningful word. He went on to say, "This idea has been around in India for centuries, but today the changing circumstances remind us again to be self-reliant, to be self-reliant, to be self-reliant." Apart from this, there is no way now.
In fact, in the world after the Corona crisis, all the big countries will focus on strengthening domestic production and promote internal markets instead of globalization. Apart from this, big countries will protect their companies more than outside companies.
There is a cycle in the world economy when there is some difficulty, growth slows down. Then it is called lethargy. The country and the world will soon come out of this sluggishness.
But the Corona crisis has given many lessons to India. For example, self-reliance and Swadeshi is now necessary for India in collaboration with "governance, administration and society". At the same time, we must now focus on making quality indigenous products.
In the midst of the Corona crisis prevailing all over the world, we should now understand that there is no alternative to indigenous technology and self-sufficiency.
The Corona crisis has also damaged the Indian economy, now is the time when India develops indigenous technology in every field, because India still imports about 60 percent of its defense requirements, as well as manufacturing, electronics and many other sectors There is also mass import.
After the Corona crisis at the level of technology in the country, we now have to imagine a changed India in which indigenously developing technology in every field will make the country a hub of manufacturing.
Due to the Corona crisis, most of the countries of the world are against China and want to remove their manufacturing from China, in such a big opportunity for India to give these companies a chance to work in India and together with their own indigenous Develop technology and technology.
Despite the world's third-largest army and an annual defense budget of about Rs 3 lakh crore, about 60 percent of the military equipment is imported here. Due to the non-development of the defense industry in the country, India's dependence on arms remains constant on other countries. India is the largest importer of arms and defense equipment.
The quality of technical education is very important for the overall development and economic development of the country. In order to make it effective, colleges should have a half-half system means that in half the time the book knowledge should be imparted and in half the time the same knowledge should be used in the normal life by showing the practical aspect.
China fully adopted this experiment and today the situation is that China is far ahead of India in terms of production, still the Indian market is full of Chinese goods, but after the Corona crisis, now India imports from China if the whole If you are not able to close in this way, then you should definitely do less.
In such a situation, India will have to increase production on a large scale and also ensure quality. Now the structure of technical and engineering education in the country will have to be corrected because now there is a need for innovation in education, only because of rote knowledge, we cannot fulfill the dream of becoming a developed nation.
India has undoubtedly gained its place in the world today as a nuclear power, but the country is still lagging behind many countries on many fronts. India still has a lot of work to do in technology and technology.
To establish a system of developed countries like America, China, Japan will have to work very hard. For example, China has developed a stealth aircraft which until now was only with the US. India will also have to develop superior weapons technology to become a world power.
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