Make in India: Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development

Firdous Ahmad Wani, Dr. Manoj Songara, Tawseef Ahmad Wani


Make in India‘, initiative of the NDA Government after came in power 2014 has taken great concern of poverty alleviation and Sustainable development through employment generation on a mass scale and providing equitable share of resources sustainably. All member countries of the United Nations are committed to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to eradicate poverty and then to achieve sustainable development for all in the times to come. India has also been able to progress significantly in its poverty eradication goals and may achieve the poverty reduction target in speedy manner under the Global Investment in India. Hence, there is urgent need of employment generation and skill development for poverty alleviation, minimum 10 percent growth requirement to eradicate poverty by 2022, labour intensive manufacturing sector of India needs to grow at 25 percent for Alleviating Poverty and sustainable development respectively that could  transform the  India to global hub for manufacturing and innovations. Therefore this paper attempts to look the various ‘Make in India’ initiatives taken by the Government of India and their Contribution in Alleviation of Poverty, unemployment and achieving sustainable development.

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