The entire structure of the economic system at idle change according to the economic model of HR


The most awaited HR economic model (next generation macro-economic system), was launched by PMOI Geneva recently, It envisaged a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal directors of the economy are challenged by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of HR Economics), by any economist.

Subsequently various economists and journalists analyze the mechanism and tools of HR Economic Model Worldwide.

The cardinal principles of macroeconomics, as there are only two types of main sources, are available for economic development as socialism and capitalism. Initial investment for production by the government/state is called socialism, and investment for production by the private/capitalist sector is called capitalism. (Other options like PPP and mixed economy are also part of socialism and capitalism.)

The aforementioned cardinal principle has been challenged by the economic model of human resources providing the third major option to generate the investment for production at the macro level,

Mr. Deepak Sharma (Father of HREconomics) states that to get rid of poverty, unemployment, inequality in income distribution, both from state/government or capitalists, never be sources major benefits for the economic system, he further states that human resources being a natural entity is the most valuable asset in the world, while the HR economic model provides the intellectual capacity for mankind to convert the aforementioned asset in money funds. The mechanism of the HR Economic Model stipulates for

  1. Creation of the Indian HR capital account at the national level.
  2. Recorded all Indian HR prior to National HR Capital Account at individual level.
  3. Evaluate the said human resource through the evaluation forms and declare the said evaluation as a national asset.
  4. These assets are converted into a monetary fund, via the Manpower Grid mechanism.
  5. Used the aforementioned fund for economic operation or initial investments for economic development.

Therefore, the basic principles of economics were questioned by Mr. Deepak Sharma. it will be unnecessarily impacted on the entire structure of the current economic system. This is a reason why various economists, professors, journalists study the mechanism of the HREconomic model at a deeply global level.

Check the feasibility of $15 trillion GDP (2026), India to reach $15 trillion GDP will need the same amount of investment as $15 trillion at least. While current indicators of areas of the Indian economy,

a. The Indian foreign reserve is approx. $0.6 trillion against an external debt of $2.5 trillion.

b. GOI’s turnover is approx. $0.3 trillion against expenditures of $0.35 trillion per year.

vs. India’s GDP against a population of 130 crore is approx. $2.7 trillion.

D. The market valuation is approximately $3.0 trillion (BSE + NSE).

Therefore, both sectors (government and business) are unable to earn $15 trillion investment until 2026. Meanwhile, the HR business model claiming to-

A. The capital account value of Indian human resources will be $300 trillion to $450 trillion (estimated) compared to the valuation of 10 crore Indians (as per Mr. Deepak Sharma’s statement).

B India’s current requirement of $15 trillion investment will be met after converting the 3% to 4% valuation of India’s human resources capital account into monetary funds until 2024.

VS Mr. Deepak Sharma has pledged to transfer at least $1 trillion (75 lakh crore) to the Indian government for primary infrastructure development as required.

Meanwhile, the details of the valuation methods, accounting standards, economic standards and the currency conversion mechanism and vice versa of the HREconomic model are still pending, but from observation and facts, the appropriate claim $15 trillion in GDP (2026) seems achievable. Projected impact of the HR business model on the lives of mankind-

Hereby it is proved that the cardinal principles of economics have been challenged by the HREconomic model. This can have a serious and unnecessary impact on human survival as a major source of investment (capitalism) has been absolutely negated by the HR business model historically.

Now a projected future economic scenario,

a. Skill or unqualified individual Must be owned by Indian HR capital account, Investment must be generated from Indian HR capital account. A group of people could be asked for funds to invest on their HR assessment recorded in the Indian HR capital account.

b. The Indian government could be asked for funds from the Indian human resource capital account for infrastructure development.

Although Mr. Deepak Sharma’s contribution is also as the savior of India. Meanwhile, the absence of Mr. Deepak Sharma for the public debate and the press conference is truly surprising.


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