Infrastructure is a major sector which plays a key role in propelling India’s overall development. A country’s development is strongly linked to its infrastructure strength and its ability to expand trade, cope with population growth, reduce poverty and produce inclusive growth. The Indian economy is still expanding significantly, and substantial investment in infrastructure continues to be required in order to sustain India’s economic progress. The country’s capacity to absorb and benefit from new technology and industries depends on the availability, quality and efficiency of more basic forms of infrastructure. The infrastructure sector primarily comprises of electricity, roads, telecommunications, railways, irrigation, hospitals, schools, colleges, water supply and sanitation, ports and airports, storing facilities, and oil and gas pipelines. India’s infrastructure facilities, including transport, sanitation and electricity, are still estimated to be inadequate for its population; thereby expansion of infrastructure sector is a necessary prerequisite to further economic growth. The primary objective of this paper see the status of Indian economy through reconstitution infrastructure development
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Author: Dr. Raja Roy Choudhury