The two-day conference jointly organised by Sakal Media Group and DCF, in cooperation with the State Government and many prestigious institutions from across the world, concluded on Wednesday.
The meet ended with a speech by DCF Advisory Director Bobby Nimbalkar. He said a large number of suggestions have come through Tanishka, Young Inspirators Network (YIN) and Mahan Rashtra Network, which will be forwarded to the Chief Minister’s Transformation Council. They will be sorted out after discussion in the council.
The DCF helps experts coming from various walks of life and who have been working for various strata of society to create a wise society. The DCF has taken the lead in this direction.
Experts from various countries and eminent invitees from across the State, who are active in several fields, participated in a two-day conference. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis inaugurated the conference on Tuesday.
“We have received many suggestions about the problems in the State. Soon, they will be discussed in the CM’s Transformation Council to find out perfect and detailed solutions,” said Nimbalkar.
Nimbalkar explained the work carried out by the DCF till date and also outlined a detailed road map for the future.
“DCF had information about the problems being faced by the residents of the State. In the next step, there will be meetings with the departments such as education, health, urban development, housing, tourism, skill development, industry, agriculture and water to sort out the issues related to these departments,” said Nimbalkar.
“In a span of one year, there will be nine meetings of each department with members of the CM’s council and officials from the respective department, who will discuss the issues and prepare a future plan,” he said.