Reforms kind of slowed down after IBC, may be because of election pressure. But it is currently progressing at great speed. Reforms in progress or recently implemented:The government works for the people. The people are the bosses. The bosses have every right to examine and critique the work of their employees--the government.
Modi and his administration need to enact some major economic reforms in order to improve the living standards of Indians. He has an overwhelming parliamentary majority so there is no good excuse to avoid them. Modi got elected on his promise to open up and reform India's economy but his reforms have nearly come to an end. What is the next major economic reform he plans to enact?
1. Agriculture: APMC reforms, Contract farming
2. Electricity: New electricity act to rationalize commercial electricity prices, Market based coupling
3. Coal: Commercial coal mining
4. Railways: Reform in railway bureaucracy, station redevelopment, allowing private investment
5. Education: New education policy though its implementation will largely depend on state governments
6. Healthcare: India has more than tripled no of people covered y health insurance. + National Digital Health Mission. No of MBBS seats have touched to 80,000 against around 50,000 in 2014.
7 Civil service reforms: Cutting of deadwood and compulsory retirement of under-performing officers.
There might be many reforms I might be missing. But they need much more work in sectors like logistics, railways, defense production, education, police and judiciary.