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  Sat, 12 दिसंबर 2015 4:33 PM   |   3302 Views

Who we are:

The liberalisation of trade and growth of the private sector, influenced by the remarkable performance of information technology, communications and bio-technology, has set a new belief that role of the State is reduced and that the private sector is emerging as a fuel to the national economy. Hence the State is moving towards the role of facilitator rather than as a provider of all services.

In most of the developed countries, it is a common perception that the Corporate sector can and should contribute not only to their own shareholder returns but that such returns, in the long term are intimately linked to the wider community in which they operate.

Since India is the largest democracy and the fifth largest economy of the world. There are more than 1600 languages and dialects spoken by a population of over one billion. The opportunities and conditions for growth in India requires a commitment by various national and international organisations to praise the achievements of the private sector and development of the human capital.

Indian Achievers' Forum draws attention on the theme "how the successful achievers can help the social & economic infrastructural development in and around the country." It will provide examples of social entrepreneurs and successful models of the society and corporate sector partnership. Indian Achievers' Forum is the partnership of business, political, professional and other representatives of the Indian community to define and discuss the key issues on the Indian economic agenda.

Since the rapid growth and development of the Indian economy has increased the need for a common platform where all the sections of community can discuss the major issues of India's economic growth. Indian Achievers' Forum is the platform which engages in developing and sharing ideas, opinions and knowledge on the key issues.
An approach by Indian Achievers' Forum that places emphasis on beneficiary participation will create awareness in all sectors and move towards developing stronger and more collaborative partnership.



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