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8th August 2017 marked the 75th anniversary of the Quit India movement. On the occasion Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that societies that are disconnected with their history cannot scale new heights of progress. To mark 75 years of this glorious history and to refresh the citizen’s memories about the heroes, MyGov conducted a Quit […]View Blog Post
Ayurveda is a holistic approach to healthcare that helps people to lead a healthy and balanced life. The broad field of ayurvedic science is gaining importance across the nation because of its effective therapeutic values. Recognizing this, the Ministry of AYUSH started the National Ayurveda Day every year on Dhanwantari Jayanti. As the country celebrated […]View Blog Post
Can India become an innovation hub for engineering students to launch startups that solve some of the toughest industrial and social challenges faced by the country? We are already a powerhouse of good engineering student talent; what is required is the right ecosystem that helps provide a leg up to bright and young entrepreneurs. This […]View Blog Post
The earlier a person starts acquiring a skill set and starts using it, the more qualitative and quantitative experience they gain, and the better and faster they get at executing their craft over the course of a career. This also allows the acquired skill set to evolve faster with evolving times. A person may be […]View Blog Post
On 6th October, 2017, the GST council under the Chairmanship of the Union Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs, Arun Jaitley held a meeting to review the impact, concerns and progress of the tax regime. The meeting also focused on bringing in necessary changes for the benefit of tax payers. The changes made during the meeting […]View Blog Post
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Participative governance is a paradigm where the citizens and government come together to collectively deliberate all aspects of national development. In this section, senior officials of the Government of India and acknowledged experts in different domains, will periodically deliberate and discuss their vision, ideas, mission and goals with an aim to enrich the national discourse.