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Uttara said: (Aug 4, 2017)  
First, we need to understand what is reform. It is reshaping a sector. Be it agriculture banking or industry. We were told in the time of pm election that reform is in the pipeline but till date it has not happened or if happened that too in little quantity. If we take agriculture. Farmer distress is still there. Farmer suicide is on the rise. Rural sector is still out of the purview of development where govt is introducing smart cities. Most of the parts of India is under water or flood hit during monsoon. So there is no infrastuctural inprovement. If we see the service sector specially banks. They are all in a morbid condition. Banking reforms are only a myth. Industrial sector reform. We were told of make in India mission but govt's freedom phone is already failed. Job creation in its altime low. In last 3 years only 4 million jobs were created in compare to previous govt's 12 million jobs. So in which sector there is reform? Everyday we only hear about new schemes but there is no proper implementation of the schemes. Poor are getting poor and corrupt rich people reaping all the benefits. The reform is needed of people's attitudes. People are lax about corruption. They blatently support corruption and noone takes measure to reform the society. In a nutshell. In every sector of our country reform itself should grow up.

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Rajkumar Surana said: (Jul 28, 2016)  
Hello friends,

My name is Raj Jain, and according to my concern reforms that government is taking are enough but there should be strictly implementation of these reforms and each of us should follow rules and regulations, if we can make this possible India will become a developed country soon.

Government at there stage also trying to connect with people for new reforms ideas and about regulations, we should cime forward and help them to make India better.

Thanks.

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Shubham Gupta said: (Mar 28, 2016)  
I think that reform has to grow up because the world changes so the government thus their thoughts which bring reforms. Now it depends on how nicely has been reform implemented thus a story of reform may receive claps or stones. But whatsoever reform are need of time & it is an important tool of governance & citizen demand.

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Alahari.Radhika said: (Nov 23, 2015)  
Good Morning everybody,

According to me there should be some reforms in education system. To be frank even our Indian Government are trying to bring so many reforms in our education system based on the younger generations and present competition in the world.

So, I think that whatever reforms we are making today are not enough, reforms have to grow up. We have to include some personality development related subjects to children instead of following all the subjects.

We have to teach the children how to compete in the present world with the knowledge and the human ethics to make their character polished. As per me education is not only that what we are teaching the lessons from books it is also something that what we can teach to the student more than that which help them to survive in the present society.

To get this reform everybody has to contribute their part to the society. Parents should take their part properly, Teachers has to play their role properly and even the Government should prepare the curriculum perfectly which help the coming generations to become strong. At least we have to reach 20% of ideas of Rabindranath Tagore I about the education to form a best education system with the our contribution.

Thank you friends for making me the part of this discussion and allowing me to express my ideas regarding the reforms of education system.

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A.Lavanya said: (Sep 12, 2015)  
Good morning everybody,

My opinion according to reforms in education system is its a team work of all the three i.e. parents, students and even the teachers. We can't bring the reform in a single day. Anyways bygones or bygones we will discuss what to do now. According to me instead of framing a huge curriculum to students framing less curriculum is much better, that curriculum with practical knowledge should be there.

But this practical thing should be done by students only for this thing teacher should give the student more guidance that how to do the particular project and the parents should ask the children what the project is exactly and must explain them how to do this at least if we are able to do this process up to 10% I think we are into success.

No doubt our education system is 80% framed very efficiently. According to me instead of finding the 20% mistakes in our curriculum first of all we should implement correctly the 80% syllabus framed by the government. I have so many ideas to discuss but I think its now time to put full stop to my discussion.

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Priyanka Dhote said: (Jul 18, 2015)  
Reform it need to reform yourself also the issues going on. Reformation means treating everyone equally and that is lacking also their should be reformation in each and every sector. Specifically in education sector. If we really want reformation then education is must poor had to reform with food shelter and clothes. At last reformation leads to education.

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Rathi said: (Feb 13, 2014)  
Hello friends,

We are discussing about the topic, "reforms have to grow up". We are in a position towards the successful as India is a developed country. We are the responsible person and we should have control over the inflation in our country. In such a way we should avoid corruption at all levels. We are proud to say that, villages are the backbone of india, but for those villages people our government doesn't satisfies the basic requirements. Youngsters are to be motivated to be involved in politics to make the country towards success and developed country.

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Ramji Kumar Dubey said: (Dec 7, 2013)  
Hello friends.

We in our topic about "Reforms in india" I have some point to discuss in it.

Reforms i.e. reformation of India is not possible because it required unselfish hands which our country can't have.

We are fund of selfishness only thinking of self by abusing lower and middle class people.

This will widen the gap between the rich and the poor i.e80% of the population will be dominated by the 20% richer people.

How can India will be developed.

Further for development an adequate infrastructure was required from metro cities to rural areas which our government fail to provide so.

You remember the emergency in 1991, when the actual reforms has taken place if that was not taken our country should go insolvent and then the policy of globalisation and privatisation commence. This was only due to emergency. And only when those some types of emergency obtain we will surely see the Reforms. Till then the country will run as usual.

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Rupesh Verma said: (Nov 2, 2013)  
For a developing country like India, whose most of the population lives in rural sector, rate of reforms taking place there is very low. Most of the villages are still not well connected to the nearest urban civilization via ordinary road. Village peoples have common problem of electricity, network, private schooling for children etc.

I think this the is the area where requirement of reformation is most crucial. We all aware of the fact that how agriculture plays highly important role towards GDP contribution. In contrast Metropolis are growing day by day. Stadiums, Parks and many other constructions are enhanced, which drain out lots of government's revenue (although these are important but not in the cost basic needs of village people). Currently reform is a must for each sector of our country and it's rate must be as high as possible. Elite group (members of upper house and senior politicians) has to realize this fact that for the integrity of the nation each people should have equal opportunity and conveniences.

We can't much rely on politicians. Efforts are needed from all of us. Almost everybody from are somehow related to villages, we should to take steps for there reforms. At least the thing which we could do is, we can help villages students in there studies and made them enthusiastic for their and hence nation's growth.

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Pralad Dessai said: (Jun 20, 2013)  
Reform means the improvement or amendment of what is wrong, corrupt, unsatisfactory. First of all we have corrupt politicians and we know who they are. Those people who were involved in corruption should be questioned and necessary steps should be taken against such politicians. Also there should be a separate sector which will keep an eye on govt activities. Such sector should always work for the welfare of public without involving them in corruption.

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Pooja Pingal said: (May 8, 2013)  
Hello friends.

As we are discussing over " reforms have to grow up". Here reforms refer to the amendments, in our society mentality, in Indian panel code rules for punishment, in more active involvement of cops, in unrespectful behavior toward women, in unreached education, in poor education system, in huge infrastructural development, in corruption done by politician and most important corruption done by us.

Its time to, reform have to grow up, because at least one woman or child is raped every day, poor are not getting the proper funds as recommended by government, India is the largest exporter of rice and second largest of wheat instead of it lakes of people do not get food for one time in a day and many more faults are there in this 21st century computer age. We cannot say that reforms are not there but it is moving with very slow pace. If we desire to make our country a developed country then we need to remove corruption from us. Only it will pull up real reform and we really need it.

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Vineet Pandit said: (Apr 15, 2013)  
Reforms in our country only means paperwork, nothing is applied in actuality. Some reforms like for poverty removal we are going to implement food security bill in our budget. But friends food for no work is correct? instead of giving free grains our govt should think to open firms so that youth could get job. If we look at at the reservation system for sc/st, its in that country where we proudly say that we provide right to equality then why politicians are creating a gap between general an sc for votes. Reforms should be made in basics, like education sector.

Reforms should be made in judicial system. Strict laws made so that any criminal, rapist, corrupt dare to do such. Take an example of RWANDA, 15 years before it was facing crisis but strong laws has made its sustain.

There should be strong Anti-corruption bill (LOKPAL). Corruption is everywhere either giving a 100 rs note to policemen or to a assistant in govt office for our work, or if we have to hide tax. Apart these problems we are doing something exceptional in IT sector ($50 billion in 2012) , defence sector<nuclear sector (successful testing of agni 5). But it is not enough. Till when we indians will we called "A DEVELOPING COUNTRY". And till when tourists will feel threat to come in our nation. Reforms in system with a reform in our minds will do a lot better.

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Kaushik Mandal said: (Oct 22, 2012)  
Yes, its high tine that the Govt should take some steps. In our country politicians make promises and then after getting elected try to keep their position secure. Reforms necessarily include taking some bold steps but our lame Govt is not ready to take it. Their myopic mission is affecting our national interest. Now we are in a situation of huge crisis and GDP rate is below 7%. Some bold steps like implementation of GUST, Direct income tax bill is required and Lokpal bill is also utmost important. In a hugely populated country like India implementing Lokpal bill its not a easy task but it will surely reduce the black money. How many of us cote the exact amount for any real estate while registration.

So So in-short I am saying that reforms have to grow up and its our duty as well for the govt to see whether the implementation of the proposed reforms is going in a proper way or not.

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Anshul Joshi said: (Aug 16, 2012)  
Reform in present scenario is not the word worth of discussion only, It should be apply on the system time to time. As we are good in everything but still we are developing. Government should apply necessary reform to overcome the economical problems we face today.

Education system needs to be improved. In a simple manner I want to say that to bridging the gap between developing and developed, reforms are required.

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Hura Rizwan said: (Jul 19, 2012)  
Reforms are necessary and should be done keeping in mind the futuristic aspirations of the nation, youth etc, the reforms may include anything it may vary from social,

Economical, political etc so that the breaks on economy etc should be shattered away.

We are in need of second green revolution, police reforms, economic reforms etc so we are back on track. This needs a strong political will from politicians, as well as from people. The responsibility lies on both.

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Nikita said: (May 18, 2012)  
I would like to add that there is a rising need for several reforms that must be looked into and we need all the common citizens to rise up and bring into motion the reforms to be passed. According to the rule of law in India, if majority of people are in favour of a reform to be passed by the court, the supreme court can do so. I would like to raise the example of police reforms as it is very important to know that ever since the constitution was amended, the police rules and laws have been the same since 1960. The police are constantly under political pressure and corruption. They are overworked and have very less wages and no proper facilities are provided for the police men's families. We need to stand up for our country's police force as they are never allowed to form any union or speak up for themselves. Thus reforms need to grow up!

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Pradeep Tiwari said: (Apr 8, 2012)  
We have great experience of reforms made in 1991 by government of that time and our country is growing 8% per year and this is leading economy after china in world. So reforms should be a part.

Of governments vision but only reform is not the solution of the problems today country is suffering from. So some additional steps must be taken by the government with economic reforms and I think education, Rural Area, Agriculture needs so much reform. Some states like Utter Pradesh, madhya pradesh, Bihar and all north east should take reforms in their Industrial and human resource policies. Our Sport system also needs a reform in its structure and activities. So as I think reforms are necessary part for growth of every section of society.

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Ca.Manmohan Singh said: (Feb 26, 2012)  
Yes, reforms needs to grow up in India. At this point of time, when India's GDP figure is declining to about 7%, reform process need to fasten up. Centr govt. and State govts. need to form comman view for the implementation of GST. Companies Bill and Direct Tax code should be passed in upcoming budget session to replace very old Companies Act, 1956 and Income Tax Act, 1961 respectively. Pension bill and Jan lokpal bill n also other pending bills which are pending in parliament from many last session need to get pass. The time has come now for second round of economic and social reforms to be implemented so that now our India can be called "Developed" country instead of Developing country.

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Arul Meniyan said: (Jan 11, 2012)  
Reforms have to be grown up, type of reforms are conducting by the government is not enough for the masses, reforms has to take drastic change it should implemented in more efficient and accurate manner, government should forms a separate committee for rapid reforms in our society for helping and creating sense of achievement.

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Sukhwinder said: (Dec 15, 2011)  
I thought reforms are made by every government these are the guidelines which guide to every person how to face in environment these are the rules and regulations which are developed by govt, the are help to increase betterment of nations.

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Abhi said: (Sep 26, 2011)  
See, reformation is must. The body of any present structure is based upon some assumptions and expediences. And the body developed at beginning. So as time changes thoughts of people changes and new technology and experiences developed. And this reformations make the structure more efficiently and more effectively. So reformation's role is very important to any structure.

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Selva Hit said: (Aug 24, 2011)  
Hi friends, I read all of your comments and I have some points to discuss about. Ofcourse, citizens must be responsible to limit their usage of oil and must take neccessry steps. But the increase in price of every item also depends on political parties. These political leaders involve in any land grabbing and other scams which in turn result in loss of money in government savings. Inorder to compensate for this loss, government in turn draw money from its citizens by imposing high prices for oil, food materials and other neccessary commodities.

If this continues, then there is no use even if the citizens take neccessary measures. So both the citizens and the government Should work together to solve the issue of oil price hike.

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Deepshikha said: (Aug 10, 2011)  
So called reformers are mushrooming nowadays the true reformer should be just like vivekanand, bhagat singh and so on, not like as we see today to be in just for limelight if one reforms then its not the effective matter. Govt. Is needing character.

Based, ideal, noble, leaders who can give even their life on the name of country.

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Kiran said: (Apr 30, 2011)  
I think that only to form a committee or think about a reform is not a solution. But actually the implementation is more important and for perfect implementation the public involvement is very necessary.

Lets consider the lokpal bill struggle, every one knows that it is very important bill for our country and its implementation will surely help to reduce the corruption but how many common public was present for actual struggle from 1. 25 billion population.

So in-short I am saying that reforms have to grow up and its possible only from every one contribution.

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Vikas said: (Apr 21, 2011)  
Reforms have to be grown up, type of reforms are conducting by the government is not enough for the masses, reforms has to take drastic change it should implemented in more efficient and accurate manner, government should forms a separate committee for rapid reforms in our society for helping and creating sense of achievement.

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