India averaged a new record, ranking in the top 50 of the Global Innovation Index


BanglaHunt Desk: India has taken several steps towards gaining the best seats in the world assembly. During the time of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India has been slowly advancing to the pinnacle of development. His example matched once again.

Published is the list of innovative indicators of the world

On Wednesday, the World Intellectual Property Organization, Cornell University and Inside Business School released a list of the world's most innovative indicators. The list includes a total of 131 countries in the world.

Where is the place of India?

In this list, India has risen 4 places to 48th position, leaving many countries behind. In other words, Modi's country India has taken place in the top 50 countries in this list. This place in India is known to be among the top countries in Central and South Asia.

Last but not least, India ranks 3rd in terms of low and middle income economies. Besides, India ranks 15th in Service Export, Government Online Service, Information and Communication Technology, Graduates in Science and Engineering. India is slowly moving towards the pinnacle of success.

Overwhelmed Union Minister

Piyush Goel, the Union Minister of India, was overwhelmed by the success of the people as well as the country. “India is moving forward at an unimaginable pace,” he tweeted.

Location of other countries

Incidentally, this list of the World Intellectual Property Organization is published by calculating the income of the country. So the higher the income of that country, the more they are at the top of the list. Switzerland, Sweden, America, Britain and the Netherlands are in the top ten of this list.

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