Top 5 sectors that will boost Indian Economy post COVID19


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eLearning will become a substantial portion of all our learning, training and processes to keep ahead or at least in pace with time. Telehealth will be much in demand. Government services are also likely to be delivered at home. Embedded chip-driven services will work wonders. Think of smart passports and land digitization. We require the embracing and adaptation of the movement towards alternative fuels – biofuels, methanol, ethanol, electric vehicles, battery-driven power or hydrogen power. 3D printing machinery is a big opportunity in India. Shailesh Haribhakti, a Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Financial Planner and Fraud Examiner has an illustrious career spanning over four decades. Eloquoting about ‘Reviving India and India’s growth story’, he says, “Only five sectors make up an overwhelming proportion of our GDP and of our population engagement. Amongst the very significant components that constitute the overall GDP business are digital businesses (constitute 7-10 per cent), agriculture (15-18 per cent), micro, small and medium enterprises, mobility and construction, and finally, the retail industry.”


Shailesh Haribhakti, Chartered and Cost Accountant

Mr. Haribhakti is a Chartered and Cost Accountant, an Internal Auditor and a Certified Financial Planner & Fraud Examiner. He is a Board Chairman, Audit Committee Chair and Independent Director at some of the country’s most preeminent organizations. He is a well-known thought leader on the Indian Economy and Public Policy. He is an ExTech (Exponential Technologies), ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) & IR (Integrated Reporting) Evangelist. He is also an author of 2 books – “The Digital Professional” and “Audit Renaissance”. Mr. Haribhakti is highly passionate about the above and actively speaks about them at various forums.

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