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India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium (published 1998 ISBN 0-670-88271-2) is a book, written by late former President of India A P J Abdul Kalam, before his tenure as the President, and Mr. Yagnaswami Sundara Rajan.
The book examines in depth the weakness and the strength of India, and offers a vision of how India can emerge to be among the world's first four economic powers by 2020. The Vision is dedicated to a young girl whom Kalam met and asked her "what was your dream" for which the young girl replied "I want to live in a developed India."
In his book India:2020 Kalam strongly advocates an action plan to develop India into a strong nation by the year 2020. He regards his nation as a knowledge superpower and developed nation.
Dr. Kalam has given a brief about the ways to develop India by 2020. He has set up a target for all the youth in India on how to make India developed by 2020.
Kalam has also said that it should be the dream of all citizens to see India a developed country, only then the dream would come true.
India will be developed only when the team is in struggle the captain has to lead the team in front. When a team achieve a victory he must be behind the team.
The book has about 300 pages which are divided into 12 chapters.
- What Other Countries Envision for Themselves?
- Evolution of Technology Vision 2020
- Food, Agriculture and Processingi
- Materials and the Future
- Chemical Wealth
- Chemical Industries and our Biological Health
- Manufacturing for the Future
- Services As People's Wealth
- Strategic Industries
- Health Care for All
- The Enabling Infrastructure
- How to study hard
"A developed India by 2020, or even earlier, is not a dream. It need not be a mere vision in the minds of many Indians. It is a mission we can all take up - and succeed." -
United Developed India
A Website UnitedDevelopedIndia.com was Launched to Achieve the Developed India Vision of Dr Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam.
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