Mist

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Submitted By shivaranjan
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Name: Kunal Ashok
Email id: ashok.kunal@gmail.com or kunal.ashok@iimb.ernet.in
Phone number: 961116703
Abstract:
Can India have a Google of its own?
The idea behind the suggestions of India becoming an innovation powerhouse or at least to start with a company that becomes an innovation education is to revamp India’s education system that has for long focussed on training people to get a job and not really thinking creatively. Fostering creative thinking by directing the education system towards a more research oriented framework can do the trick for India. This coupled with social support for our budding technology entrepreneurs can put India on the fast track of finally having a Google of its own.

There have been innumerable speculations as to whether India indeed would become a superpower by the end of the century or at least be at par with China and the USA at the high tables of the world. Though as Indians, we have reasons to feel optimistic, it should be noted that no country ever has dominated the world economy without being at the forefront of the technological revolution of its era. Be it the British through their industrial revolution and ensuing exports in the 18th century, the Americans in the 19th century through innovation or the Indians themselves in 1000 BC by being pioneers in the field of education and science - all historical instances of countries leading the world did so in terms of creativity and originality of thoughts.
Hence if India wants to regain its lost reputation of being the leader, then it has to quickly adopt the means to innovate through creativity and original ideas. In other words, it either has to come up with a set of new firms that will deliver brand new products and services to the world and revolutionize the way mankind transacts its daily affairs or upgrade its present set of firms to deliver innovative…...

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