Nihar4India strongly believes that Social Media has created a huge impact on the life of every internet user in the world. With Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other social networks we have become much aware of the world we are living in and this is one of the changes being talked about. This world of social media gives scope to everyone to express and share their ideas, thoughts and feelings. There has been a indispensable impact of Social Media on all the parameters be it Interaction, Learning, News, Politics as well as Marketing. Social media has enabled greater political awareness and organization, which has in some cases rewritten entire political landscapes. It has particularly played a large part in the Iran elections, and Obama’s re-election for a second term as US President, the political unrests in Egypt, the Trump – Hillary campaign and also the hefty rise of Aam Aadmi Party in India. The whole dynamics of marketing have also been changed, and rather than investing in mass channels ads, companies are becoming more consumer-centered through interactions made over social media.
The country of 1.25 billion people had around 165 million Internet users as of March 2013, the third-largest in the world, according to data from India’s telecommunications regulator and it is estimated that the number of Social Media users is likely to grow to about 100 million by mid 2016.
Let us together work on the positive impact of social media by keeping it clean and staying away from baseless rumours that notorious people usually spread to misguide our fellow citizens and lead the change for a better tomorrow, for a better ‘India’.
VISION INDIA 2025
Here’s exactly what we all can do individually to make India a ‘Golden Bird’ once again in true sense! Jai Hind!
India is one of the oldest civilizations of the world. The illustrious past, immense beauty (from beaches to mountains to valleys, waterfalls and deserts, India has everything), natural resources and strategic geographic location have always given India a position of pride in the world. Despite of numerous ups and downs in the past, India has been successful in retaining its sprightliness.
The vision of India is very clear – by 2025, it should enter the league of ‘developed’ nations and not labeled as a ‘developing’ nation. As a matter of fact, nation’s development is a joint effort of the people of the country rather than the efforts of the government alone. But as responsible citizens, how exactly can we, as the citizens of this country contribute towards a meteoric development of this great country? Here are a few simple tips that literally every one of us can follow: