Increased Investments in infrastructure projects, led by electricity, roads & bridges will lead to greater economic and social opportunities.
Greater consciousness of what needs to be left for the next generation: more literacy and less discrimination.
Villagers look to governments & corporations to play their roles & lead the way in combating worsening effects of climate change.
India’s political system will experience a significant generational shift with more educated and dynamic leaders coming into focus.
While general awareness and value of brands & affordability is on the rise; distinct needs & preferences of geographical and cultural clusters continues to be seen.
Increased strain on water will cause stress on the environment and will lead to displacement of villages and large-scale migration.
By 2020 most Indians will be literate – not implying that they may be able to converse in English or write an essay independently, but they will distinguish good from bad. We will see a different and truly ‘literate’ India.
Girls are getting educated & they will decide the future of 2 houses – their own and would be husband’s.
Irrespective of cast & religion the entire youth of this country is inspired.
By end of 2018 every adult Indian will be ‘connected’, using a smart phone.