International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Social Science | India | Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022

Gramodaya (Development of Villages) is a Prerequisite for Development of India

Gowri Shankar [2]

Abstract: Rural development is a stringent requirement for the development of India. Our country is geographically vast with the second largest population in the world. The distribution of people living in the country is uneven. Nearly seventy percent of the Indian population lives in rural areas. Hence, it is necessary to consider that, when it comes to development as a whole, it does not confine itself to developing urban areas. We should consider various other factors so that development has an impact on people in every region of India. We should focus on Sustainable development throughout the country instead of mere development in specific regions. Sustainable development connotes a way of achieving the goal by having proper consideration of future necessities. UN has set seventeen goals to achieve sustainable development universally in 2030 with a pursuit to create a better life and prospects for everyone on this planet. To achieve these goals, every country should adopt a proper strategy. Failure in strategy can lead to economies like the United States of America. Although, it adopted a system to provide welfare to the public, due to capitalism it took tilt from achieving overall sustainability. The distribution of economies in the United States of America is uneven. Hence, India should pivot its attention to bring development throughout the territory.

Keywords: Development, India, Villages, Urban, Economy

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022,

Pages: 755 - 757

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