It’s 4th Industrial Revolution for India: Ratul Puri Chairman Of HPPPL

Ratul Puri agrees that India has made its place in top three economies of Asia with the majority of the population under 35 years who not only trust its entrepreneurial skillsWith approaching annual meet of World Economic Forum, Ratul Puri shows his concern on the need to fasten the seat belts and tighten the shoe laces and shift the development car into the fourth gear for keep rising on the graph of growth and development.
At the WEF meet 2016, India will be the center of attraction because of China’s declining growth rate and Europe’s stagnant growth. The slow growth of these two countries will keep India in the best light. The industrial sector of India will have the huge opportunity to become a global market for others to foray.
The hopes from the sector are so high that even industrialists like Ratul Puri are curious for teh coming WEF meet. Ratul Puri agrees that India has made its place in top three economies of Asia with the majority of the population under 35 years who not only trust its entrepreneurial skills but also strives continuously to excel each area and justify its rapidly increasing salary.
The HPPPL head, Ratul Puri also highlights the slight decline in growth rate of competing China along with endeavours of the European economy to get back on its feet, which both make the way for India to emerge as a global market.
Ratul Puri feels that there is a need on the Nation’s part to acknowledge its infrastructural gaps and work towards creating a proper environment through policy reforms which can be attained with the sustainable implementation which needs to be rapid as well. The World Bank just found that the Nation needs almost $2 trillion to fill the infrastructural gaps and refill the cracks, which the Union Government is just doing by prioritising alliances that focus on National and global interest as well.
Ratul Puri kept the picture of India’s development crystal clear by throwing light on the shortcomings of the Nation which can be improved within time with continuous quality efforts of groups and individuals.
With the vision to achieve bigger aspirations, India needs catalysts like Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt Ltd (HPPPL), which will support the Nation at every step to cater the energy needs of the country.

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  • Nalinaksh Naagraj

    In this WEF meet India is going to shine and soon India will be a developed country.

  • naveen

    Ratul Puri has become an ideal for every aspiring Businessman who wants to succeed in their life. He has make his company to reach on top with their amazing work ideas.

  • Narain

    I am really glad to know that in WEF meet 2016 India is the center of attraction because of China’s declining growth rate and Europe’s stagnant growth. This will beneficial for our country that these two countries has slow down their growth.

  • Kanshika

    People like Mr. Ratul Puri is those kind of people who make their country feel proud to have them. I wish him luck for his future goals.

  • tarun

    Well said in this article that with the vision to achieve bigger aspirations, India needs catalysts like Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt Ltd (HPPPL). These kind of companies are playing a huge role in India’s development.

  • Harshita Gupta

    Its incredible that India has made its place in top three economies of Asia. Proud to be Indian.

  • Randeep

    The hopes from this sector is really very high and the everybody is so curious about this.