The floor was then open for discussion which was moderated by Dr Kelkar. Distinguished participants from think tanks, academia, science, politics and governance, and the media discussed related issues such as funding start-ups, improving state capacity, availability of data, infrastructure, GST, energy, technology, importance of civic learning, dealing with inflation and an ‘inward-looking’ economy moving away from global integration, and the probable solutions outlined in the Public Policy Agenda.
Dr Kelkar concluded the session expressing hope that the policy document would foster constructive and creative debates within India’s intellectual and executive circles and thanked all contributors and attendees for their valuable inputs.
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