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Context: In India, announcements are made in various sectors without a stated national vision. There is no official document to guide policy and decision-making.
What are the National vision documents of other countries?
In China: It released a ‘Made in China 2025’ document in 2015, that talks about a 10-year plan for the development of 10 key high-tech industries.
In USA: USA introduced its vision in 1969 to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. A 10-year time frame was given to scientists with required financial support, and they met the national goal.
What lessons does India need to learn from other countries?
In the case of India, the announcements are made first, and later we think properly about it. For example, Atmanirbhar campaign.
During the pandemic, India was not able to fulfill its vaccine export commitments during the second Covid wave showed that the world is interdependent. This also raised questions about India’s self-sufficient capabilities.
How should India frame its national vision policy?
This calls for a three-step process:
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