Friday, 22 February 2019

Essay on India’s Achievements since Independence

Essay on India’s Achievements since Independence

India’s Achievements since Independence
Introduction- India was at the mercy of its rulers before its independence on 15th August, 1947. The Britishers did whatever they liked to serve their interest. They broke the economic backbone of the country. They divided us in social, religious and political grounds. But our country has been solving its problems ever since its independence.

Indian economy- Soon after independence India started building its economy. It faces the problem of ever rising population. But its resources are limited. Now we are trying to check the growth of population. Our agricultural production has increased. The gap between the rich and the poor has come down. The per capita income of the country has also increased. The economic condition of the nation is better today. We also are trying hard to end poverty which we got from the Britishers.

Rich in doctors, engineers etc. - Today India produces doctors, engineers, professors and scientist in a very large number. We had to import even ships before India freedom. Now we build big ships, planes and other such things. We have set up heavy industries. We export many of our industrial production to other countries. Our satellite is in the orbit. We have produced an atom bomb. We have produced lots of missile for our defense purposes. We are training scientists of other countries in nuclear technology. We are selling up industries in the third world countries. Our man has gone to space. We have all things of comforts. Now a television antenna can be seen an almost every house top in town.

A democratic country- India is a democratic country. It follows the policy of peace and brotherhood. People of the country have freedom to express their views. Our foreign policy preaches love justice, freedom and equality. Our policy of non-alignment is bearing fruits. We are trying to have a socialistic pattern of society. Every citizen has equal rights and duties. India is a secular country. It is a land of different religions, cultures and languages. In truth the nation has achieved something great in social and political fields after its freedom.

A powerful country- Today India is a powerful country. It has made a mark in the field of education and sports. Its voice is heard in the world. It is respected by all. Super powers try to win it over to their sides. If everything goes well, India may be one of the most powerful countries in the world by the next century.

Achievements of India- The achievements of India in the field of science and technology and space science have been commendable. India is already a nuclear power. The country has demonstrated its capability to break into the global satellite launch market. With the successful PSLV-C2 that placed three satellite into orbit IRSP4 (Ocean sat) and two micro satellites from Korea and Germany (Kitsat-3 and DLR-Tubsat). The launching of Insat-2E a multipurpose advanced telecom municatious satellite has enabled the country to make an international impact in the arena of telecommunication satellites. Scientists at the National institute of Immunology have developed a vaccine to cure leprosy. The first geo-scientific data centre of India has been opened at the Geological Survey of India, Kolkata. The hi-tech data centre would significantly contribute to the Indian mining policy and help evolve national mineral strategies. India's biotechnological advancements have led to the creation of cloned buffaloes. India has achieved major feat in missile capabilities by the successful test firing of Prithvi and Agni surface to surface missiles, the anti-tank guided missile Nag and the surface to air missile Akash besides other achievements in the same field.

Conclusion- India still has a long way to go in order to be called a developed nation from all perspectives political, economic, social and scientific, Efforts must be made to regain the regal status of the past, the Golden period with sincerity, commitment, motivation and firmness, India can become the next superpower in the world in this century. It is not exaggeration but a possible reality.



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