1. To push growth, boost job creation, PM Narendra Modi to meet 200 young CEOs on Tuesday

To push growth, boost job creation, PM Narendra Modi to meet 200 young CEOs on Tuesday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet about 200 young CEOs, including Rajiv Bajaj of Bajaj Auto and Avni Biyani of Future Retail, tomorrow to seek their inputs for expediting growth and promoting job creation.

By: | Updated: August 21, 2017 6:27 PM
Narendra Modi, CEO, Bajaj Auto, Rajiv Bajaj, Avni Biyani, Future retail, job creation Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet about 200 young CEOs, including Rajiv Bajaj of Bajaj Auto and Avni Biyani of Future Retail, tomorrow to seek their inputs for expediting growth and promoting job creation.(Image: IE)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet about 200 young CEOs, including Rajiv Bajaj of Bajaj Auto and Avni Biyani of Future Retail, tomorrow to seek their inputs for expediting growth and promoting job creation. The prime minister had held a similar meeting with 212 young entrepreneurs last week as part of the ‘Champions Of Change’ programme organised by Niti Aayog. Under the ‘Champions of Change’, young CEOs today began deliberations on six themes – New India by 2022, Doubling Farmer’s Incomes, Creating Cities of Tomorrow, Taking Forward Make in India, Reforming Financial sector, Building World- Class Infrastructure.

The CEOs will have meetings with top government officials and union ministers, including Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today. These meetings will be followed by a dinner which will be attended by the prime minister. After completion of the deliberations, the CEOs will make a presentation tomorrow to the prime minister on action points which could be incorporated in the 15-Year Vision Document, a senior Niti Aayog official said.

The official further said that CEOs have been divided into six groups and these groups may be attached to the ministries concerned as part of the institutionalisation process to ensure that they act as guiding stars on crucial issues. The other CEOs who are attending the meeting include Priya Pant of Park Hotel and Nikhil Nanda of Escorts.

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    Girish
    Aug 21, 2017 at 8:46 pm
    Its too late PM Damages of Un Employments already destroyed lot of families in 2016-17 ? where they should go ? you are also anti for Old Employments who are 55 what and how is their survival ? as bank rates on savings going down day by day , how they and where they should survive ? your policies for the last two years literally destroyed families on account Early separations in various private companies , What are your Actions ? where 50 and above Employees should go ? They and their families should end their days ? You and your policies are for for rich Industrialist . we do not want such Governments .
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