TRANSITION FROM MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: A CLOSE SCRUTINY FROM INDIA

  • Dr.Vipin Chandran K P Dr.Vipin Chandran K P, Assistant Professor Of Economics, Krishna Menon Memorial Government Women’s College Kannur, Pallikunnu (P.O), 670004 (Pin), Kannur District, Kerala, India https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5483-8210
  • Dr. Sandhya P Dr.Sandhya P, Assistant Professor Of Economics , Krishna Menon Memorial Government Women’s College Kannur, Pallikunnu (P.O), 670004 (Pin), Kannur District, Kerala, India
Keywords: Poverty, MDGs, Sustainable Development, SDGs

Abstract

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have gained a lot of interest due to the partial success of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in eradication of poverty and human development. India has taken a lot of initiatives to meet the targets for the same and have achieved progress in this regard. The MDGs were particularly helpful in communicating a clear purpose of development aid to mobilize public support. The SDGs seek to address not only the root causes of poverty but also the universal need for sustained development to provide a life of dignity to all. The main objectives of the present study are; to examine the performance of Millennium Development goals (MDGs) and make a comparison with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in India; to compare the component wise progress and policy initiatives of MDGs and SDGs in India; and to analyze the current progress of SDGs in India and also make a comparison among Indian states using the report of SDG India Index 2019. The data has collected from various official publications of UN, Government of India, NITI Aayog, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation. The present study finds that SDG proposals will ensure momentum generated by MDGs is carried through to 2030 to end deprivations. India’s achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals will require a focus on the acceleration of inclusive economic growth; guaranteed access to comprehensive social services; vast investment in basic infrastructure and women’s empowerment. The present study is an attempt to analyze these issues in India.

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Published
2020-05-29
How to Cite
K P, V. C., & P, S. (2020). TRANSITION FROM MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: A CLOSE SCRUTINY FROM INDIA. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 8(5), 78-88. https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v8.i5.2020.72