Narendra Modi as a Leader Ajith Nair Nimesh Bhanushali ...
•Born on September 17, 1950 .•Small district of Gujarat, Vadnagar.• He has been a member ofthe Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh...
• Came to prominence as an effective Pracharak with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). 1972 • Played a key...
Panchamrut Philosophy, a vision for the all-round development of Gujarat G...
• Mass Leader: ―Individual efforts can bring excellence but only collective efforts can deliver effectively‖ – Narendra M...
9 (1,9) (9,9)C NARENDRA MODIO 8NC 7ER ...
Initiatives• Innovations in Governance• Swagat Online - State-Wide Attention on Public Grievance by• Application of ...
Modi Leading with an Example• Gujarat, state in India where both big businesses and small farmers can expect 24 hours uni...
Achievements• Gujarat is probably the only Indian state in which the ground water level has increased over the past 1...
Achievements• Gujarat is a policy driven state and the stability of policies provides meaningful assurance to entrepr...
Awards Earned for Governance• Gujarat bagged 60 awards from various international and national organizations under le...
What Stalwarts Say about him…• I have been impressed with Narendrabhais two qualities since many years -- imagination...
What Stalwarts Say about him…• Modi ji does not govern from AC rooms but out there among his people in the sun and d...
Learnings from Mr. Modi• Desire + Stability = Resolution• Resolution + Hardwork = Success• Transforming obstacles in...
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Narendra modi as a leader

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  • 1. Narendra Modi as a Leader Ajith Nair Nimesh Bhanushali Johney Cyraic Pankhuri Neb Pragya Jaiswal
  • 2. •Born on September 17, 1950 .•Small district of Gujarat, Vadnagar.• He has been a member ofthe Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) since childhood, having aninterest in politics since adolescence• He holds a masters degreein political science.•Served soldiers during Indo-Pak warin 1967.• Education- post graduation inpolitical science.• Well known as NAMO in Gujarat.
  • 3. • Came to prominence as an effective Pracharak with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). 1972 • Played a key role in the Navnirman Andolan, an anti-corruption movement. 1974 • Entrusted with the responsibility and appointed General Secretary of the Lok Sangharsh Samiti, Gujarat. 1975 • Became one of the select few individuals to be deputed to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by the RSS. 1984 • Elevated to General Secretary of the State unit and actively participated in the Somnath to Ayodhya Rathyatra led by 1988 Shri L. K. Advani and subsequently the Kanyakumari to Kashmir Ekta Yatra lead by Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi. • Given charge of the BJP Election Campaign, during which the BJP lotus blossomed, culminating with the installation of1989-1995 the partys own Government with a two-thirds majority in the 1995 assembly elections in Gujarat. • Shouldered the responsibility at the national level and was made the National Secretary of the BJP in charge of various 1995 states units like Haryana, Punjab, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. 2001 • Took over as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. • Sworn in for his second term as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, after a landslide victory. 2002 • Sworn in for his third term as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, after a super landslide victory. 2007
  • 4. Panchamrut Philosophy, a vision for the all-round development of Gujarat GYAN SHAKTI - Emphasising and using the power of knowledge URJA SHAKTI - Making Energy the Power of the State JAL SHAKTI - Harnessing and Management of Water •JAN SHAKTI - Empowering the People •.RAKSHA SHAKTI - Enhancing Security : Physical, Social, Economic •Innovations in Governance
  • 5. • Mass Leader: ―Individual efforts can bring excellence but only collective efforts can deliver effectively‖ – Narendra Modi.• Obsessed with Development of Gujarat: ―Our goal is Gujarat’s growth for India’s growth‖- Shri Narendra Modi .• Dream BIG, Aim for The Best: ―Dreams are not seen when you sleep, dreams are those that dont let you sleep.‖- Shri Narendra Modi.• Workaholic to the core: ―An opportunity to work is good luck for me. I put my soul into it. Each such opportunity opens the gates for the next one.‖ - Shri Narendra Modi• Service beyond the self: Due to his integrity and sense of fairness, he has risen above petty personal interests or promoting any sort of family or dynastic politics.• Inclusive growth- Where no one is left behind: “People’s participation is the essence of good governance.” - Shri Narendra Modi.
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  • 7. Initiatives• Innovations in Governance• Swagat Online - State-Wide Attention on Public Grievance by• Application of Technology• Power uninterrupted (to 100% villages) - Jyoti Gram• Deploying Wealth to Ensure Health• Evening Courts• Vibrant Gujarat• Educating the Girl Child• Agricultural Festival- Krishi Mahotsav• Kalpasar Project• Creation of Knowledge Corridors• Industrial Paradise• Energy With Synergy• Infrastructure Par Excellence
  • 8. Modi Leading with an Example• Gujarat, state in India where both big businesses and small farmers can expect 24 hours uninterrupted power supply.• Establishment of a "streamlined bureaucracy", as well as the States emergence as an Auto-hub over the last 10 years - with Gujarats auto industry growing "from one modest plant to an expected capacity of 700,000 cars in 2014".• Unlike many Indian politicians, though, Modi doesnt put his faith on display. There are no religious icons in his office; the only adornments are two statues of his hero, the philosopher Swami Vivekananda."• In a country where nepotism and dynastic politics are the norm, Modis family (he is the middle child of nine siblings) is invisible. One younger brother works in the state government but "he has never come to my office in the last 10 years," Modi says. "This is the discipline in my family, and I feel proud of it.―
  • 9. Achievements• Gujarat is probably the only Indian state in which the ground water level has increased over the past 10 years, driven by state government efforts towards interlinking of rivers.• The state’s agriculture economy has also reported robust GDP growth of 9% over past several years and this is much higher than all-India average of 2%• Reduction in Fiscal Deficit for state.• Over 10 years, Gujarat’s state electricity boards have turned in a profit of Rs4b from a loss of Rs 25b, despite no tariff hikes in the past 10 years and post discounts of Rs 9b towards promotion of new sectors• Gujarat has been at the forefront in terms of development models for improving the quality of lives, including in villages. Several of these schemes are being studied and adopted by other states as well, including: Tribal Development Model: most states in India have studied the Gujarat example. Jyotigram Yojana (making available 24 hours three phase quality power supply to all 18,000 villages): the Indian government has recommended other states follow the example. Evening Court: the Supreme Court has asked other states to start similar courts. Chiranjeevi (reducing infant mortality): this project is being studied by other Indian states and the World Bank.
  • 10. Achievements• Gujarat is a policy driven state and the stability of policies provides meaningful assurance to entrepreneurs.• Gujarat is expected to become a global hub for solar power equipment manufacturing due to the assurance of policies and a focused development approach by the government.• Besides better quality infrastructure, Gujarat also has cordial labour relations, with zero man-days lost. In comparison, the second best state is at 13 days.• In terms of women’s education, Gujarat was one of the most backward states 10 years ago. Now it has 100% girl children enrolment, and dropout rates in primary schools have declined from 40% 10 years ago to 2% currently.• The government has also focused on skill development, with 2-10 week crash courses, which have boosted employment opportunities.• Gujarat is among Indias most industrialized states. It has 5% of Indias population but contributes to 16% of its industrial production, 16% of its industrial investment, 15% of exports and 30% of Indias market capitalization.• Globally, Gujarat has (i) largest centre for polished diamonds, (ii) third largest steel hub, (iii) largest grassroots petroleum refinery (iv) biggest lined irrigation canal (v) Only Power surplus state in India.
  • 11. Awards Earned for Governance• Gujarat bagged 60 awards from various international and national organizations under leadership of Modi.• Gujarat ranks No. 1 in The Economic Freedom Index – Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.• Modi is voted No.1 Chief Minister by the people, thrice consecutively in five years in India Today-ORG MARG Survey, (a unique recognition ever achieved by any CM in the country)• Modi was adjudged as the ―Person of the year‖ by the readers of a weekly ―Chitralekha,‖ rating ahead of Amitabh Bachchan and many others.• United Nations Sasakawa Award for outstanding work in the field of disaster management and risk reduction.• CAPAM Gold Award from Commonwealth Associations for Innovations in Governance.• Asian Innovation Award at Singapore from Wall Street Journal and the Financial Express for Chiranjeevi Yojana (initiative for reducing maternal and infant mortality rate)• India Tech Excellence Award by India Tech Foundation for Power sector reforms and Initiatives.• Best Investment environment Award – India Today.• UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Award for reconstruction of a Gurudwara damaged during the earthquake. ………..and many more
  • 12. What Stalwarts Say about him…• I have been impressed with Narendrabhais two qualities since many years -- imagination and innovation. And whatever he plans using these qualities, he also executes it well. - Shri L K Advani , MP (Gandhinagar) Senior BJP leader & former Deputy Prime Minister of India.• Not only has Mr. Modi led an economic transformation built on the supply of electricity and improving roads, he has pulled off a remarkable rebranding of the state - Financial Times, World’s leading Financial Newspaper.• Modi’s leadership is exemplary, Gujarat will provide leadership beyond country - Shri Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata Group.• When people think of someone who can bring India out of the mire of chronic corruption and inefficiency — of a firm, no-nonsense leader who will set the nation on a course of development that might finally put it on par with China — they think of Modi - TIME Magazine, which featured Shri Narendra Modi on its cover page.• While Mahatma Gandhi created wealth of values and principles, late Dhirubhai Ambani created wealth of entrepreneurship. Now there is the third individual Narendrabhai Modi who has been the greatest change agent in India in last decade. - Anil Ambani, RCom
  • 13. What Stalwarts Say about him…• Modi ji does not govern from AC rooms but out there among his people in the sun and dust.- Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Leader of the Opposition, Lok Sabha.• As media person, the way we see Narendra Modi is that he redefined politics, performance and principles. - Shri Subhash Chandra, Zee Chairman• Narendra Modi lives simply and with mere basic needs and most unlike the head of a state. He speaks with affection on development and progress. He is welcoming to fresh ideas and ideals. His oft repeated phrase of him being a CM, a common man, is not misunderstood. He does and acts as he speaks. - Shri Amitabh Bachchan, Actor.• Narendra Modi is dynamic and he is the person who has facilitated so much for so many of us. I would encourage you all to invest here because it has been an even-playing field for me.- Mikhael Kadri, China.• ―You Must be Stupid if you are not in Gujarat‖- Shri Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata Group.
  • 14. Learnings from Mr. Modi• Desire + Stability = Resolution• Resolution + Hardwork = Success• Transforming obstacles into opportunity.• Sheer commitment in whatever he does.• Welfare society.• “Never looking back”• Master strategist.

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