Mr. Vivek Kala, Chairman, Jewelers association, Jaipur spoke about Budget 2009 as Chief Guest in the 1366th meeting of Gulabi Nagar Vichar Manch.
He told that the Central budget 2009 does not match the expectations. People and business community expected a better budget because there is no threat of communists in this budget. He told that the Central Government should provide more for infrastructure. Be it done inflow of money could ease recession. He added that there is no scheme to bring black money out. He also told that the Government should plan and arrange for providing vocational training to every one. This can increase per capita income.
He told that the State Government is reluctant to demand of Gem bourse and convention center. Enhancing Vat rate to 14 % will only lead to corruption as businesses are running under pressure of global recession.
Quality Management expert Jyoti Kothari told that Indian industrialists, merchants and traders, skilled workforce have faced the challenges of global recession and beat that. Citizens of India at large have good saving habits that helped fighting recession. Government has not done anything to fight recession. He added that Chinese entrepreneurs are now looking towards India. India should have a business co-operation with them along with Russia and Brazil. This quadrant have the potential to be an economic mega power. He added that agriculture sector must be developed in scientific way. Agriculture schools should be opened everywhere to provide basic training of modern agriculture to the farmers of India.
Darshan told that there is a gap between institutional education and industrial demand of workforce.
Tejkaran Parashar, publicity executive of the Manch garlanded the guests. Mr. H.S. Agrawal presided over the meeting. Former Minister Dr. Ujala Arora, founder of the Manch extended vote of thanks and Jyoti Kothari conducted the meeting.
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