He is also the main speaker at the Think India Forum, a think tank established by Raghav Bahl, founder and Managing Director of the Network18 media group.
"Modi's deft governance and his ability to attract top business houses in the state would be in full view at a time when it is imperative to achieve a faster pace of growth rate" FLO said in a release.
Meanwhile, Think India has invited Modi to talk of the need for less government, and better governance. The subject is of wider relevance even in the context of the next general elections, where economic issues and recent failures will dominate, says the media house.
"We invited Modi for the first keynote since whatever is the other commentary around him, when it comes to advocating small government, he is perhaps the only politician of any stature who says government should be small. Any other leader of that stature usually bats for big government. Modi openly advocates a much larger room for private enterprise and government should be just an enabler," says Bahl.
The keynote address will be followed by a panel discussion.