The provisions in the Union Budget of the size of Rs 17,77,477 crore lesser than that of 2014-15 are not sufficient to wipe every tear from every eye as expected. To fetch fortunes for the young India, we needed skill development more than asset creation by clear distinction between important and urgent by giving priority to investment in human resource development (HRD) activities.
The data on socio-economic indicators including population is the greatest challenge for the new avatar of Planning Commission i.e. NITI Aayog. There is a strong case for holistic human resource development (HRD) policy in India.
We need to learn from a needle which stitch two to one and not the scissors which divide one in to two pieces. There is a strong case for the use of concave lenses by the leaders which unite and not convex lenses which divide people on various considerations. Let us learn to give new answers to the old problems of the people including youth.