Revolution - Industrial Policy's Hold In India
The onset of 1949 brought in a tremendous impact from the side of the government to the nature of trade contracts across India. Basically, they meant to free up the production and exports of goods to develop self sufficient and self reliant goods. It was also worked towards targeting foreign direct investment and levied a share of forty percent on their business handlings. The framework that our government chose to adopt was Democratic socialism, which retained the blood of democracy while striving for socialism across the nation. This phenomenon was accentuated with the release of industrial policy back in 1956.
This policy insisted on division of the industries based on the ventures they have put forth.
- Public Sectors
- Private Sectors
- Joint Sector
An image started to develop in the late 1950s with the announcement of democratic socialism. The establishment of different classes of company based on their nature was not enough to fuel a giant wheel of revolution. It was another cornerstone that had to be fitted as business philosophers were grappling over this issue for a solution. Some of them brainstormed and came up with an innovative solution of effective governance with intelligent forms of bureaucracy.
The nation wanted democracy and good governance while the government had the crucial task of raising the fire right from the cold and dreary fire place. The Globalization had to be implemented, freedom to a level was necessary for markets to sail up on high seas that could survive any kind of inflation. Though globalization comes up with its own set of disadvantage, its advantage is manifold.
The closed market of 1980s, where more and more importance was given to public sector, was eventually opened up. People became aware of the term of Knowledge economy, when the markets were opened up for the foreign investors to make their presence felt here in India. Many feared the repeat of a chilling tale of the British East India, however this time the laws didn't permit such acts. Globalization asked for equal rights of business, it was strictly restricted to exchange of finance and resources. Such innovative plans led by Dr. Manmohan Singh sure had an effect at the nation's economy as it changed the very dimension of fiscal and monetary stance taken by the public.
This force of naturalization and globalization penetrated every means of employment and systems. A few noteworthy mentions are the impact on education systems in India. The World Bank sitting in its royal throne ordered for the improvement of education in India among the lower classes of societies for primary education in India. This change provoked the educationalist in our society to see it in a different context. They wanted the educational sharpening to happen amongst the minds of youths, as they had the probability and capacity for framing the nation's future. This led to increased funding for universities and researches, combined with the inception of the IITs.
This force in turn penetrated every field of human employment, thereby bringing a widespread change in the society, thereby raising up innovators in every fields of jobs.