New India Manifesto Book – Blessen T. S.

The book New India Manifesto is a transforming vision to create new dynamics for the nation’s advancement. Innovative blueprints are designed to address serious national issues such as poverty, unemployment, communal polarisation, environmental pollution, and social inequality.

The manifesto aims to fulfil the ambitious dreams of employing all, providing limitless education, free healthcare access, free care home access, nutritional food for all, and housing for anyone who wishes to have a house.

This work is a compendium of ideas that helps us realize how technology and acquiring a new mindset can change the ground reality of India’s inefficient bureaucratic framework and ineffective political system.

Many social, political and economic issues are identified using new concepts and solutions are provided. The concepts developed in this book aim to build a futuristic nation in a shorter timeframe.

The manifesto emphasizes neglected areas, such as increasing farmer and farm labourer income, ensuring social harmony, boosting the rural economy and initiating land reforms by applying modern technology.

The methods of participatory democracy mentioned in the book will ensure inclusiveness, transparency, civic engagement and accountability.

A divergent perspective towards promoting innovation, rebooting the economy, increasing tax revenue and applying IT technologies is provided.

About the Author

Blessen T. S. is a social science content developer interested in researching political, social, economic and historical issues by applying modern technologies. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam and a Master’s in Sociology from Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi.


Chapter Title

Chapter 1 – National Healthcare System (NHS)
Chapter 2 – Care System Institutionalisation
Chapter 3 – National Housing System (NHOS)
Chapter 4 – Real Estate Escrow System and Digital Stamp Paper Transaction System
Chapter 5 – Burden Easing Loan Restructuring System (BELRS)
Chapter 6 – Land and Building Accounting System (LBAS)
Chapter 7 – Limitless Collegiate Education
Chapter 8 – National Education and Extracurricular Interconnectivity System (NEEIS)
Chapter 9 – Degree Restraint Transformation and Open Access Education
Chapter 10 – Self-Innovation Learning System
Chapter 11. National Integrated Sports and Fitness Centres (NISFC)
Chapter 12. Intel Limiting
Chapter 13. Global Writing Style
Chapter 14. Employment Agriculture Community Integration Centre (EAC Centre)
Chapter 15. Wallet Payment Exchange System (WPES)
Chapter 16. National Food Bank of India (NFBI)
Chapter 17. Transformation Centres and Public-Residential-Commercial Waste Collection System
Chapter 18. National Employment System (NES)
Chapter 19. Honour Enhancement Employment System
Chapter 20. Upskilling and Reskilling Group Employment Model
Chapter 21. Tax Support System (TSS)
Chapter 22. Targeted Shared Company (TSC)
Chapter 23. Non-Resident Chargeback and Non-Resident Income Channelling
Chapter 24. Nationalized Affiliate Marketing System
Chapter 25. Reseller Economic System
Chapter 26. Sociological Lending and Borrowing Model
Chapter 27. Banking Counter Movement
Chapter 28. Placement Shift and Employment Augmentation
Chapter 29. Physical Business Digitalisation
Chapter 30. Self-Restraint Business and Propel Business
Chapter 31. Zero Saving Job
Chapter 32. Loan Channelling Disaster
Chapter 33. Labour Drafting Centres
Chapter 34. Labour Zoning
Chapter 35. Nationalised Labour Guild
Chapter 36. Business Stuck Effect
Chapter 37. Synthesis
Chapter 38. Forecasting Method and Live Intervention
Chapter 39. Modern Farming Technology Installation System (MFTIS)
Chapter 40. Agricultural Livestock Transfer System (ALTS)
Chapter 41. Street Vendor Rehabilitation Initiative
Chapter 42. Farmer Labourer Interactive System (FLIS)
Chapter 43. Labour-Trade Unitary Union
Chapter 44. End-Day Income Loss and Nature-Related Income Loss
Chapter 45. Interregnum Work Dilemma
Chapter 46. Distance Discrimination and Choice Limitations
Chapter 47. Forced Location Loss
Chapter 48. Bureaucratic Individual Accountability
Chapter 49. Cross Working Ignorance
Chapter 50. Integrated Inspection Authority (IIA)
Chapter 51. Grey Solvables Legalisation
Chapter 52. AR Method of Governance
Chapter 53. Student Political System
Chapter 54. Unattainability Balancing Politics
Chapter 55. Rotational Squandering Political System
Chapter 56. Power Gratification Maintenance
Chapter 57. Preset Leader and Candidate Preset Profiling
Chapter 58. Strike Accommodation
Chapter 59. Provider Roadmap
Chapter 60. Trepidation Deviance and Ignorance Deviance
Chapter 61. Relying Relationship
Chapter 62. Distance Happiness and Sadness
Chapter 63. Compensation Equality
Chapter 64. Citizen Loyalism Withdrawal Effect
Chapter 65. Schedule Discrimination and Worktime Washout
Chapter 66. Grouping Engagement
Chapter 67. Hindu Unification
Chapter 68. Nationalist Secular System for the Coexistence of Religions
Chapter 69. Religion Parallel Education System
Chapter 70. Reachability Advantage Discrimination
Chapter 71. Similarly Placed Systemic Discrimination
Chapter 72. Reservation Revamp
Chapter 73. Presolve Resolve Support System
Chapter 74. Image Preservation Influence Method
Chapter 75. Status Reclaimant Equilibrium
Chapter 76. We They Unity Method
Chapter 77. Antagonistic-Competitive Religious Intra-Fundamentalism and Inter-Fundamentalism
Chapter 78. Attribute Retaliation and Taunting Satisfaction
Chapter 79. Disseminator Value Analysis
Chapter 80. Unilateral and Bilateral Sufferance
Chapter 81. Cultural Infusion Authority (CIA)
Chapter 82. Public Data Analysis Centres (PDAC)
Chapter 83. Social Media Analysis Centres (SMAC)
Chapter 84. Sentencing Monetisation
Chapter 85. Vices Institutionalisation
Chapter 86. Dual Betting and Lucky Draw Regularisation

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