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Business Continuity Measures

Business Continuity Measures

The Government should consider a phased reopening to ensure that full economic activity is restored without losing the gains made during the current lockdown. Business activity should resume at the earliest, to avoid further financial distress. It would not be easy, but essential for the economic sustainability of the country.

SOPs and Guidelines for Construction Sites for COVID-19 Outbreak

SOPs and Guidelines for Construction Sites for COVID-19 Outbreak

In response to COVID-19 outbreak, NAREDCO, under the guidance of Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Govt. of India, has defined the following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and guidelines to ensure safety of construction site workers. In addition to trained Supervisor(s), a Site Safety Representative (SSR) will be deployed at every site, to ensure the safety guideline is followed. Necessary trainings will be given in advance to Supervisors and SSRs, so that they can train the workers further.

India Fights Back COVID-19’s Impact

India Fights Back COVID-19’s Impact

After the unprecedented lockdown of 21 days was declared for the entire country, various measures were
announced by the central and state governments in response to COVID 19 pandemic. This document
highlights few of the major steps taken by the centre and select state governments.

Recommendations for a National Response to the Economic Impact of Covid-19

Recommendations for a National Response to the Economic Impact of Covid-19

The world is now struggling with the global outbreak of novel Coronavirus (Covid-19), which was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, with the likelihood of spreading to all countries on the globe. The novelty of the virus also extends to its impact on the way of life and business. The timing of this pandemic creates an urgent need for long-term action to support financial stability across sectors. With global players realising the need for a diversified global supply chain, after China being adversely impacted, it is the opportune time for India to showcase its capabilities in the space. Our vast experience in supporting the society in the time of need and also our focus on government and private sector interventions, make us best placed to help facilitate such an initiative. It would be our responsibility to identify areas where we can intervene to create a more robust ecosystem that can drive economic growth.

India Moving Forward: Journey towards a $5 trillion economy

India Moving Forward: Journey towards a $5 trillion economy

India’s growth journey has been momentous so far and given the demographic dividend that the country enjoys, the long-term growth prospects are even better. The last few years have established a strong base, upon which the next phase of growth can be built. Supported by a determined government, India has set a vision of becoming a $5 trillion economy. It is therefore critical to chart the roadmap, highlighting the transformations that the economy and society would need to undergo to achieve the vision. The report, ‘Transforming for the future: a journey towards a $5 trillion economy’ highlights some of the critical transformations that India would have to undertake to achieve long-term growth. The report studies the various economic, social, regulatory, technological and environmental facets, where the government and industry should collaborate to help India achieve the $5 trillion vision. We trust that this report will be helpful in encouraging discussions on the future steps that stakeholders should take to drive economic growth.