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  1. INDIA IS MY COUNTRY AND I WILL MAKE IT SHINE Saare Jahaan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara

  2. INDIA...an overview • 7th largest nation by geographical area. India has an area of 3.1 million square kilometers (1.2 million square miles). • 2nd most populous nation. India has a population of 1.1 billion (UN, 2005). • Constitution defines India as a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic.

  3. Indian constitution recognizes 23 official languages. English and Hindi are the official languages for government. • India has GDP of US $ 4.042 trillion which is 4th largest and had a GDP growth rate of 9.2% in 2006.

  4. OUR VISION • To create 100% literacy rate in India. • To remove poverty from India. • To train intelligent youths for politics to create an uncorrupted government. • To create a spirit of national integrity to kill evils of communalism. • To develop in every technical sector to earn and feed the 2nd largest population.

  5. LITERACY • India has a literacy rate of 64.8% (53.7% for females and 75.3% for males). The literacy rate was 12.2% in 1947. • Our target is to increase the literacy rate of India and make it 100% for both males as well as females.

  6. POVERTY • India is said to be a rich country with poor people. • Our aim is to remove poverty and unemployment completely from the nation. • We also focus at the town and village development.

  7. CLEAN POLITICS • Per capita income is $3700 per year and the wealth distribution is very uneven with top 10% income groups earning 33% of the income. 46% of the Indian children suffered from malnutrition. • With young and energetic politicians to represent it, we dream to make India an uncorrupted nation.

  8. PEACEFUL INDIA • We dream about a peaceful India, where there are no fights in the name of religion. • Our target is to make India secular in actual sense.

  9. DEVELOPED INDIA • We desire to make India developed in every sector - information technology - telecom industry - automobile industry - business sector

  10. India has the true potential of becoming a developed nation. • We can make it if we can dream it. • Thus India’s tomorrow is a dream which can be made true by youth of today’s India.

  11. THANK YOU!! • Prepared by - Krishna Bhatt Enrollment no. 090110116051 Batch. c/2 Branch. IT