Indigenous 5g Testbed: The 5G Will Contribute USD 450 Billion To Digitise Indian Economy

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Felicitating the telecom sector of India, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on completing its 25 years. He empowered all by Tweeting. 

PM Gati Shakti’s initiative will help take this to the next level and help the economy a lot. Union Minister of commerce and industry Piyush Goyal said that. Around 400 comprehensive GIS-based maps have been prepared. And these are prepared under PM Gati Shakti’s national master plan.

This will help the country in places like haphazard development of infrastructure and make it easy to build a secure and sustainable infrastructure planning in the country. 

“The common thread through the massive government welfare efforts in the last 8 years has been the Digital India mission. The nation is moving to the 5G era. This will contribute over $450 billion to the Indian economy over 15 years”


Said Union Minister for Commerce and Industry, consumer affairs, food and public distribution and textile Piyush Goyal Wednesday. On the second day of the 25 years Silver Jubilee celebration of the Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). At the same time, Union Minister for Commerce and Industry  Piyush Goyal Congratulated the TRAIN (Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of India).

However, 5G will contribute USD 450 billion in the next 15 years. And this will be Rs. 34,94,900 crore in Indian rupee. This is the thing that will help businesses and startups a lot. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched a 5G testbed recently and this will help in Atma Nirbhar Bharat or self-reliant India in the telecom industry. 

Further talking he said that PM Gati Shakti’s initiative will eliminate the various problems. The main goal of Atma Bharat Nirbhar is to make every citizen of the country and the country to be independent in all areas. Where the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that. It has five follows that will help it a lot and provide a stand to move further. Its five aims are Economy, Infrastructure, System, Vibrant Demography and Demand. 

These are the main things that the government body is looking for in the telecommunication industry.

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