India is rapidly recovering from the effects of the lockdown. Production has increased the most in the last decade. Such information has been published in a recent study. Indeed, the Nikkei Product Purchasing Managers' Index (Manufacturing PMI) compiled by IHS Markets stood at 57.9 in October, up from 56.7 in September this year. This is the biggest increase since 2010.
According to a Reuters report, there has been a significant improvement in manufacturing activity due to huge demand and increased production. Despite this, there is little good news for companies to find employment.
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed that India's economy was growing faster than expected. Relief from various quarters has also helped the Corona epidemic in the social and economic spheres.
The Prime Minister is aiming to bring India's economy to আর 5,000 billion by 2024. However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also directly stated how it is possible to reach this goal even in this Corona situation.
The Prime Minister said, “With the help of various sectors like coal, agriculture, labor, defense, civil aviation, we will be able to go back to the way it was before.” It is through the improvement of all these sections that we will be able to return to the pre-epidemic state.