According to the statement, the discussion will focus on six broad themes: Macroeconomic Balances, Agriculture and Rural Development, Urban Development, Infrastructure and Connectivity, Employment, Manufacturing and Exports and Health and Education.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley thanked the participants for their thought-provoking suggestions.
Briefing reporters about the meeting, Niti Aayog Vice- Chairman Rajiv Kumar said over 40 economists and experts shared insightful views on various aspects relating to the economy and policy-making.
Kumar said that the NITI Aayog is undertaking a reassessment of India's employment data. "There is a much better news on employment", Kumar said at a press conference here.
"I am hoping NITI Aayog will monitor high frequency data on employment on a regular basis and actually create new data set which is not available as of now".
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The finding of report is in startling contrast to the Labour Bureau and Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) data on jobs.
The meeting follows the Central Statistics Office's forecast that GDP growth in the current financial year will slow to a four-year low of 6.5%, from the provisional 7.1% seen in 2016-17, dragged down by deceleration in the agriculture and manufacturing sectors.
Also, there was a unanimous support to the National Medical Commission Bill.
Several presentations were made to the Prime Minister during the meeting after which, he thanked the participants for their suggestions and observations and assured them that the Government will consider these. It was 7.5 percent in 2014-15.
One of the experts, he said, was of the opinion that the government should target only job growth and stressed on high economic expansion for generating employment.