India’s Current Economic Status: A Rational Perspective


Covid-19, one of the worst pandemics ever encountered by the world made changes in each systems infrastructure followed by all countries. About 200 countries have inveterate active medical cases, with contagious coronavirus confirmed a pandemic situation by the World Health Organization. Recently the global the number of active cases of coronavirus is increasing by millions worldwide. This current state of the pandemic is shattering the economic structure of the world very badly. The economic increase for the year of the fatal disease has been a bit more flexible than the Universal Harmony comparing each year. Each data brings surprises at this time. While discussing the case of India, it is also revealed that government responsibility is a good job under the economy in the initial section of 2020-21 when the crucial moment hit India and the country entered in lock-out.

We already know that India is an emerging economy. The situation of the country’s economy passing through a variant structure with demanding needs. At present, the unemployment crisis in the country is taking on bad proportions and is straining the veins of the country. The pandemic situation is slowing the acceleration and growth of the economic situation. By researching the previous status of the country, it is very clear that economic growth has shown slow movement in the employment sector. India’s ability to contract another disaster was low when epidemics struck in March 2020. The economic disaster that followed March 2020 overstated all sectors of the country’s economy. The country’s agricultural sector has faced immense pressure due to bottlenecks and failures in supply chains and declining market values. The output prices have fallen to very low levels resulting in various crises in the agricultural industry. This disaster resulted in severe unemployment in the industry across the country. Both large and small companies related to the industry have suffered economic losses. Reports estimated the GDP growth rate of -4.3% to -15% in 2020-2021.

The government’s economic response until October 2020 was sorely lacking on the necessary air interventions and it was uncertain to increase the money valuing the expenses because it feared the amount in financial gap. Much of the economic boom was shocking; India’s increase in the last few months of fiscal 2020 collapsed to 3.1%, according to reports from the Ministry of Statistics. According to the Indian government’s chief economic adviser, this plunge is mainly due to the result of the coronavirus pandemic on the country’s economy. India in particular had also faced a pre-pandemic download of growth.

“As part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat package. While the non-strategic sectors will be left to the private sector, only four public sector companies will be allowed in the strategic sector under the policy. This is something that is going to make a big change of direction and I hope it will happen, identifying the move as one of the three key reforms. This is not a wish coming out of nowhere and I would like to see this particular first step fulfilled. Second, there needs to be a stronger federal structure as an engine of growth. We need to have more robustness in our federal debate, our federal commitments, so that India can come out roaring on all four-five engines four engines from an economy perspective the fifth, which I add, is a strong federalist structure. “- Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Finance of India

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) studies reached a shrinkage of over 40% of GDP in the first quarter of the fiscal year and this is not consistent. The contraction will fluctuate depending on various situations such as locations and regions. The RBI has presented several programs aimed at boosting the growth of economies, such as obtaining liquidity from the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank around 374,000 crore (52 billion). It has been approved by both banks to keep the Indian economy in good condition.

Uprising state of the economy

As the global economic turmoil happens to be overwhelmed by the explosion of the second wave of COVID-19, the incoming statistics for October 2020 have ignited the looming position of the Indian economy and boosted the end user and trade self-assurance. In the haze, the remoteness of the public, remarkable for the risk of covid-19, the propensity of customers to overstock the production and necessary possessions of food products. This increase in FMCG sales which she says is spilling over into the movement due to the indistinct supply chain. businesses to offer recent allocation points focusing on direct routes to the buyer. In this dominant situation, the conduct and knowledge of the needs will engage a vital responsibility in the sector of the acquirer’s relatives. We can say that our economy is emerging from the ground right now …


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