What will india be like in the year 2050 – quora mp electricity bill payment


Now it is no secret that big transformation is underway, not just on the micro front such as the new fashion trends for men and the new hairstyles for mens in India that are evolving but also on the macro front where in major industrialized countries are likely to get richer or poorer by the year 2050.

According to available recently published reports, MALEGROOMINGACADEMY .COM that advises celebrities, sportsmen and players on fitness, health and lifestyle suggests the list of top 5 countries that are likely to have the largest economies in the world, based on the likely GDP at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP).

#1 Chinese dragon is likely to dominate the world by the year 2050, way ahead of United States at least in terms of the size and scale of economy. (Refer to 5 Most Powerful Men in History till Date ) The projected annual rate of growth for GDP is likely to be around 4.4% and Chinese economy will have significant clout over International Trade and Commerce, not just in Asia.

#2 India is likely to become the second largest economy in the world if the current growth rate continues to tread on the current levels. (Refer to 5 Wealthiest Empires in World History) India is projected to have the highest GDP growth rate (in dollar terms) amongst the top 32 countries in the world.

#3 United States is likely to experience the biggest fall, due to relatively slow population and annual GDP growth. It is also estimated that US’s domineering influence over major economies will reduce as Chinese products and companies are likely to control various important market places.

#4 Indonesia is expected to emerge as the world’s fourth largest economy, up from the eighth most powerful in 2016. (Refer to 3 Most Important Men In Recent Times ) The powerful economy of south-east Asia will have bigger say in trade and commerce, as reflected in exceptional GDP growth rate.

#5 Brazil will also emerge as fifth largest economy in the world owing to the steady growth, over the period. It is likely to dominate the trade and commerce markets along with Mexico in the other half of the world. Brazil’s economy is projected to rise two places from the current rankings of being the seventh largest in the World.

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam had published a book in the year 1998 with the name India 2020. He wanted to set a vision for the youth staring 22 years in advance. Making that book a reference to evaluate what we have achieved since then and the shortcomings would give us a good idea of what can be achieved in the next 25-35 years. Change of governance, political and economic instability does accelerate and decelerate the growth rate, but let’s assume its all null and void in the end.

While we are successfully moving towards implementing education policies, at least at the basic schooling level (which is a basic step rather than improving college education which is bound to improve as a consequence) and realizing the potential of India (solely due to the presence of a strong central government), we are going back in terms of poverty and religious divide. Transparency in governmental policies is something which I am not sure about yet since I still read a lot of stories about corruption all over the country, politicians and bureaucrats blaming each other with no acceptance or grievance. Dreaming about India 2050 is tougher if we have not achieved the goals set by a person who truly believed in our potential.

On the positive side, we the youth of India are surely gaining more confidence and want to improve the country. Youth organizations today are working towards a clean India and a green India. We don’t easily believe what is told to us. But the energy and aggression is still on an unknown path which needs to find some direction on its own.

To conclude, with the current state of affairs, I don’t see much difference in India 2015 and India 2050 except better infrastructure (without any planning), more brand investments (due to Make in India), and a greater divide between the rich and poor. I do expect lesser corruption and more confidence among the people which gives me better hopes for the India 2065 or India 2070.

• Today’s paper print media will be exhibited in tomorrow’s museums. People of that era will gaze and wonder how things were like back then (in our era). People will forget handwriting and pens and paper will become;; history. New born infants will have their aksharabhyasams on tablets. 🙂

• Every action and transaction of ours will be totally monitored 24 hours. There will be heavy censorship and ordinary citizens will face the heat for speaking against the establishment. Big Brother (in this case our Government) will always be watching over you, whether you like it or not.

• High quality education will become open and free. A complete revamp will take place. People will now start pursuing careers based on their passion and talent instead of marks. Traditional educational mindset will take a backseat as people will turn to newer and more daring education and career paths.

• Between 2020 an 2050, the population of India will rise to such an extent that it will become impossible to sustain it with the current food production, despite huge imports. There will be a brief period of internal strife and civil war in which many will perish, bringing down the population substantially. Following which the nation will stabilize again.

• Indians will now start giving equal importance to other sports such as soccer, Hockey, Gymnastics, Kabaddi etc. and let go of the obsession for Cricket, though Cricket will still remain one of the most lucrative options for sports as a career.

• Militarily India will become a global superpower and will have enough influence to play a leading role in South Asia. The UN will finally grant India permanent membership to the Security Council and India will have a greater say in World Affairs.