“Vision India@2047: Transforming India into a Developed

Nation by 2047”The Indian government has unveiled a national vision plan, 'Vision India@2047', to transform India into a developed nation by 2047. The plan conceived by Niti Aayog aims to help India avoid the middle-income trap and spur economic and social development. Experts like CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, and Google's Sundar Pichai, along with vibrant corporate figures from India, are being consulted for their insights. India has set economic targets of becoming a $30 trillion economy and attaining a per-capita income range of $18,000 to $20,000 by 2047. The plan acknowledges the unbalanced regional development in the country and emphasizes balanced growth. Furthermore, the plan calls for Indian businesses to strengthen their global presence and for skill development to meet global demands, particularly in sectors like nursing.


  1. 'Vision India@2047' is a national vision plan by the Indian Government aiming to transform India into a developed nation by 2047.
  2. The plan, worked upon by Niti Aayog, Indian government's think tank, aims to avoid the middle-income trap similar to various other developing countries.
  3. Consultation is set with global and national industry leaders to gather insights and expertise.
  4. The plan aims to turn India into a $30 trillion economy and ensure a per-capita income ranging from $18,000 to $20,000.
  5. The plan also focuses on promoting balanced and inclusive regional growth across all parts of India.
  6. It emphasizes the need for Indian businesses to have a greater presence globally and for skills development of Indian youth.
  7. The revised education and training programs need to align with global market requirements.