PMI also has a list of India top-10, i.e. projects that have left a lasting impression, and continue to inspire

Last year the Project Management Institute (PMI) identified the most influential projects of the last 50 years. These included the World Wide Web, Apollo 11, the Euro, Google Search, and so on.
These are:


Aadhaar: The Indian govt’s identity program, combined the latest technology with eye scans and also fingerprints to create a unique which introduced in 2009, and also, a verifiable identification number for 99% of India’s adults. The result A biometric database with around 1.2 billion participants the world’s largest.
Delhi Metro: Country’s largest and busiest metro kicked off in 1998 and it’s still going on. Whereas phase 1 and phase 2 of the project were completed in 2006 and 2011, respectively, phase 3 is expected to wrap up in 2020. It’s the world’s first rail system to be certified by the United Nations to receive carbon credits for reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well.


Operation Flood: It happened through Operation Flood, a 26-year push that began in 1970 and connected India’s dairy farmers directly to consumers via one of the world’s largest rural development projects.

Project Tiger: The rebound in India’s tiger population that currently the world’s largest followed, and PMI also adjacent dwindling habitats and ecosystems saw rebirth as well.
Aryabhata: The launch of India’s first satellite into space in 1975 not only gave the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) a boost in credibility but also improved the country’s defense and technological capabilities.


Project Management Institute (PMI)  – Cochin International Airport: It Developed under a public-private partnership model, India’s 8th-busiest airport is so also the world’s first to be fully solar-powered.

Chandrayaan-1: This ISRO mission confirmed the existence of water on the moon After it was launched in October 2008. Back on Earth, it proved to be a major boost to India’s space program, showcasing ISRO’s abilities to develop its own technology.

Indica: This hatchback by the Tata Motors was the 1st indigenously developed car in India. The now-discontinued Indica became the top-selling car in its segment in India about 3 years after being released in 1998, helping to establish the company that up until that point had been known for its utility vehicles as a mass-market car manufacturer as well.


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