Earlier in the day, Nageswaran presented the Economic Survey 2022-23. According to the survey, India is likely to witness GDP growth of 6 to 6.8 per cent in 2023-24, depending on the trajectory of economic and political developments globally. However, many economists believe that GDP growth is likely to be at the lower end.
Production of eight infrastructure sectors rose at a three-month high of 7.4 per cent in December 2022 against 4.1 per cent in the same month of previous year on a better show by coal, fertiliser, steel, and electricity segments, according to the official data released on Tuesday.
C-MET, an autonomous scientific society under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, has established the Center of Excellence (CoE) on E-waste Management, a first of its kind in the country under PPP model