RURAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BY GENERATING LIVELIHOOD OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

Nasir Jamal, Dr. Ifsha Khurshid

Abstract


Poverty alleviation has been a basic objective of Indian economy since independence. To alleviate poverty it is necessary to generate income which could only be done through generating more and more employment opportunities. Keeping in mind the increasing pressure of youth in mind it is necessary to provide necessary skills which can generate employment to ease out the stress on the job markets. It is a need of time to address the problem of poverty through generating skill oriented employment base which will not only improve employment scenario in the nation but also lead to sustainable employment opportunity in the states. To promote rural sustainable development in India and in the state it is necessary to skill and train people and youth to develop the ability of innovation which will help in empowering people. This could only be done with the help of educating and training with proper skills keeping in mind the idea of sustainable development. This process will not only strengthen an individual but also help in building a strong workforce in the nation which will lead to achieve sustainable goals by generating employment without negatively effecting the environment, then only the dream of real prosperous India be fulfilled.

Keywords


Sustainable Development, Poverty, Employment

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