MyGov Talk with NITI Aayog CEO, Mr. Amitabh Kant


The premier think-tank of the Government of India, NITI Aayog (National Institution for Tranforming India) provides crucial directional and policy support to the Centre as well as State governments. On the release of the Union Budget 2016, NITI is pleased to announce that we will interact directly with the citizens of the country.

On March 3rd at 3 pm, the CEO of NITI Aayog, top bureaucrat, Mr. Amitabh Kant will talk about what the Budget spells for key policies formulated by the Government of India. Reflecting on the government’s focus sectors and schemes, the CEO will explain the direct bearing budget will have on employment generation, investments and economic growth in the country.

Steering an institution that infuses new policy ideas to enable the Government to act in the best interests of public, Mr. Kant will also detail NITI Aayog’s role in translating schemes and policies, as enunciated in the Budget, into action on ground.

Besides providing an exclusive, expert perspective on the Union Budget, Amitabh Kant will also take questions directly from the viewers. Questions may be asked in advance, and through the duration of the talks on both days, via NITI Aayog’s Twitter and Facebook page. The talks can also be accessed on the NITI Aayog website,

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Asheesh Pandey 4 years 4 months ago

Sir, What are the new opportunities for skilled, educated youth of India. Indian youth need to participate in country development even in less salary but want to secure job and for secure life.

Dr Sachin 4 years 4 months ago

Dear Sir,
I would like to draw you kind attention on some Robust figure of Indian Banking Industry ;
Profit per employee (PPE), only 9 out of 26 PSBs surpassed the industry average of Rs. 8.1 lakh per employee . The top five PSBs with above industry average profit per employee in which IDBI Bank (Rs 13.20 lakh) was on Top.
In Business per employee (BPE) parameter also IDBI Bank is on Top.
Still FM statement to reduce Govt share below 50% is very disappointing
Privatisation is not SOLUTION

DEVDAS JADHAV 4 years 4 months ago

RTI is not yet taken seriously and the online requests are easily ignored by the officals,specialy by the revenue and urban developement departments

DEVDAS JADHAV 4 years 4 months ago

Mudra loans are not at all provided by any Nationalised bank in Pune Maharashtra.The give excuses like quota finished,give security,shift your account in our bank.I visited almost 10 Banks from UCO Hadapsar Pune to Bank Of Baroada Hadapsar Pune........same answer ,very disappointing,I think the scheme is good but the bank officers are giving it to the same old bankrupt infuencial people and not the needy ones.

Sachin Tripathi 4 years 4 months ago

80 lakh per Gram-Panchayat has been given.. I suspect if it can be used properly without a framework since there are too much corruption at the local level in panchayats. What is plan to handle the money allotment?

Sachin Tripathi 4 years 4 months ago

Dear Sir, What can we do for Govt in Skill India scheme. I am desperately waiting to be part of it but I have not seen any happening for it in my state/district. Please suggest how to be part of it as i think this is most important scheme which is going to help Entire India.

Brajendra Yadav 4 years 4 months ago

We strongly oppose privatisation of IDBI bank. It is youngest public sector bank giving highest profit per employee. Govt. must hold shareholding above 50%.

Prem Nath Sah 4 years 4 months ago

As per proposal by finance minister in general Budget, Govt has option to bring down its stake in IDBI Bank Below 50 % and after down its stake it will become a private sector bank. Although RBI and Central Govt assured that it would always be more than 51 %. Due to Govt bank I have joined the bank with special Back log vacancy. I belong to economically backward family wherein my family is also in stress because after privatization there is no job security. I request you to kindly reconsider

SKR 4 years 4 months ago

How privastisation of IDBI Bank can help to transform a the bank and if it is so then it clearly indicates thats there are flaws in government policies. If government under its leadership is not able to transform the bank how can it can be transformed under the leadership of corporates. It clearly indicates that our government is feeling that corporates are more efficient than our government which is not the case as most of the willfull and non co operatives defaulters are corporates themself.