Dr Aruna (Limaye) Sharma, (Ex IAS), Minsitry of Steel

India is the world's largest and most vigorous democracy. Today's new economic balance of power has given the country a chance to reclaim much of its earlier glory when it was one of the world's richest civilizations.

In the current context, India's fundamentally vital indicators reflect the country's potential as an economic powerhouse.

As Indians, we have proved ourselves in almost every sphere within and outside our country. We have all the ingredients of a resilient society, backed by strong societal support but not social security, a conservative economic system which is to an extent recession-proof but not transparent, and a great talent pool but with limited opportunities for nurturing those skills. What we lack is the right approach to policy making and the development of an ecosystem to harness our immense potential. This book analyze ten sectors for shift to holistic approach targeting to prosperity (Samruddhi) for all, the holistic approach to data base, Mining, Food Security, Agriculture, Telecom, Banking, Health and MSME sector and also the shift needed in international body like UN.

Dr Aruna Sharma an Indian Administrative Officer of 1982 batch Madhya Pradesh Cadre retired after her work as Secretary Steel and Information Technology in government of India. She has always focused to have holistic approach and establish system in all her postings for ensuring sustainable quality outcomes. She has books reaching the Last Beneficiary: Resource Convergence Mantra Model (2008) and Impact of Recourse Convergence in Policy Making, Mainstreaming of Resource Convergence in Policy Making Program Design and Execution (2014) released by UNDP. FAO has also published her work on food security. Her latest work is the book U@Game Changer for Inclusive Growth for public representatives, has been bestseller and reference book for elected representatives. Her paper Post-COVID Challenges: Need of UN to Metamorphose-Rediscover Its Priority and Functionalities published by RIS Discussion Paper Series 261. Her article in "The Samagra anti-poverty programme in Madhya Pradesh: Integrating household data, overcoming silo-problems and leaving nobody behind is published in electronic version and in print will come in April 2021 in Development Policy Review.

Munindra Kumar, Director General, CCI INDIA

An avid traveller he has travelled length and breadth of the country during different assemblies and Lok Sabha elections and has all cover election internationally. Political commentator of national repute, Kumar has been credited with planning and executing the entire strategy of few political parties and bringing 360 degree change in the party and finally bring it to the Power.

He is also Secretary General of National Integration and Policy Advocacy Group, which has its member include religious and Spiritual Leaders of different religions, Former Chief Justice of India, Senior Bureaucrats, Social Activist, Journalists and politician.

Numerous senior Parliamentarians have immensely benefited from Kumar expertise and seek his services on regular basis. A truly expert on Indian Politics and a perfect strategist. Kumar is also leading CCI India (Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India) as Director General which is specializes in bringing investment to the different states beside policy advocacy, business matchmaking, facilitating global MNC to enter into Indian markets and helping India conglomerate to expand globally.

CCI INDIA is the voice of India's business and industry. From influencing policy to encouraging debate, engaging with policy makers and civil society, CCI INDIA articulates the views and concerns of Industry.

CCI INDIA is the voice of India's business and industry. From influencing policy to encouraging debate, engaging with policy makers and civil society, CCI INDIA articulates the views and concerns of industry. It serves its members from the Indian private and public corporate sectors and multinational companies, drawing its strength from diverse regional chambers of commerce and industry across states, reaching out to companies.

CCI INDIA also provides a platform for its members to project their policies and programme to the concerned authorities. It also organizes important workshops/ seminars/ conferences and coordinate interactive sessions with the policy makers. CCI INDIA also regularly mounts delegations to many important countries.

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