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We are living through a world of technological advancement and fundamental transformation. With a modern human age, automation, challenging tasks and competing forces; the future looks more promising and gripping. Most importantly, the future of the workforce is anything but far. Therefore, it is not the time to sit back and watch a series of events. It’s time to think closely and act upon it.
As on date, we are moving towards initiating the green revolution in India. It is a not-so-new world dependent on human emotions along with a business acumen. It is represented with a sense of environmental responsibility, strong social conscience, human rights, diversity and principles beyond the finances. In a nutshell, companies must feel the need to place their societal purpose at the heart of their commercial strategy.
The history of the Green Revolution in India goes back to the 1960s when high-yielding rice and wheat was introduced to increase food production. This resulted in dramatic success in the Indian subcontinent and Mexico. The movement was folded with certain characteristics.
20+ panellists come forward for a detailed discussion on the outcome of sustainability at Atria University. The lesser known ‘green goals’ are spoken about at the Green Future Summit.
The Green Revolution in India influenced our economy extensively.
The influx of the green revolution in India in 1967-1968 resulted in an incredible increase in crop production. A record grain output of 131 million tonnes was seen in 1978-1979, which qualified India as one of the world’s biggest agriculture producers. The yield per unit enhanced by 30% in varieties of rice and wheat.
Here’s one of the major impacts of the green revolution in India. With a humongous increase in production, our country gained the confidence of self sufficiency. By 2003, the per capita net availability of food grains increased to 436 grams per day. A sigh of relief for India.
The green revolution in India has spawned industrial growth by creating a high demand for different types of machines and chemical fertilisers. This resulted in industries producing these items to sprout significantly.
An increase in production led to the good days of farmers. The green movement created more opportunities for farmers. The revolution came as a rescue for those surrounded by heavy debts. An increase in demand and supply caused farmers to increase their income level. As a whole, the agriculture picture in India was hunky dory.
Although the green revolution feared unemployment since machines replaced humans, it led to an increase in the demand for labour resulting in immense rural employment opportunities. An extensive use of fertilisers and multiple cropping created more job opportunities for farmers. Reports stated that more than 15 lakhs poor people from Orissa, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh were employed.
Here’s the in-and-out of the green movement, and how it stayed with us.
Green entrepreneurship succeeded in bringing a fundamental change to the workforce. From a development viewpoint, it contributed massively to progression and played a pivotal role in job creation. While humans and machines collaborate to work collectively, innovation leads technological advancements. A recent evolution of economic procedures of globalisation has modified the old-fashioned approaches by entrepreneurs to innovate. Although there has been remarkable headway, there is still a significant gap towards sustainability. Unique human traits of emotional intelligence, creativity, persuasion, analytical thinking, complex problem solving, critical thinking and active learning strategies hold more importance today.
Protecting our environment and leaving it clean for the future generation is an important concern today. The growing environmental awareness has increased the need for ecology friendly entrepreneurs. Going green can immensely benefit our environment and the business. Here’s bringing forward how adopting sustainability can boost business.
Green entrepreneurs successfully create a business model that is socially valuable, environmentally conscious and economically profitable.
The future of the workforce has been spoken about for many years but is now a hot topic. It’s no news that the face of modern business has changed completely today. Changing roles, requirements, demands, society attitude has reshaped the workforce remarkably. A rapid shift towards digitalization, automation and innovation is noticed. The world of tomorrow is predicted to linger on creative energies and innovation.
The World Economic Forum has identified top five skills for the future of the workforce 2025:
The COVID-19 pandemic transcended us into the future speedily; quicker than we expected it. A sense of uncertainty has shelled us with challenges. The best way to deal with it would be to take it as an opportunity, evolve and innovate.
The acceleration of the digital economy has unravelled plentiful golden opportunities and made place for about 97 million jobs worldwide by 2025, creating a bigger workplace.
The workforce is predicted to be the ‘Green World’ by 2030. Let’s picturize the future with a blurred present situation, compiled with immense opportunities and challenges. The Green Revolution in India welcomes an influx of authenticity, principles, corporate social responsibility and values.
Global employment of green talent is growing and green entrepreneurship is moving at a fast pace. To support and foster the idea, Atria University is holding a Green Future Summit on the 26th of November 2022. We are set to instil a skill based approach amongst our students in order to bring a meaningful change. Here’s how you can start small .
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