“Indian Economy: From the Eyes of WEF, IMF Growth Projections, Sensex and Investors”


  • Prof. Dr. Sanket L. Charkha
  • Dr. Sadhana Ogale




GDP, Investors, IMF, WEF, Pandemic, Indian Economy


Global Pandemic of Covid-19 has left every economy and nation to think of what plans do they have to make, how to budget and how to forecast about their financial position in the world economy. Indian being an developing state at stood at world 2nd position for increase in number of patients affected found only during or span of 06 months.

Lockdown that was implemented in nation it has at times felled that it has helped to prevent the noval covid but at times has destructed the domestics as well as world economic too. Indian being a developing nation population extending to 130 Billion + has to survive as surpass a situation where it would fulfill and take care of each and every citizen of the country within and outside. Various organizations such as WEF, IMF, WB and WTO have predicted that Indian economy will definitely achieve the growth rate of +8% +9% in a span of just 12-15 months from the current rate of -7% in prevailing market condition or scenario.






How to Cite

Prof. Dr. Sanket L. Charkha, & Dr. Sadhana Ogale. (2021). “Indian Economy: From the Eyes of WEF, IMF Growth Projections, Sensex and Investors”. Journal of Science & Technology (JST), 6(Special Issue 1), 452–458. https://doi.org/10.46243/jst.2021.v6.i04.pp452-458

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