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Volume 6 Issue 1
Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development: - In Context of Higher Education in India
|SUNITA KUMARI, RENU SHARMA
|Education is now seen to be the primary tool for inclusive growth of a country. Because it develops the skills, talents, and knowledge which is necessary for social growth, higher education is vital to society as a supply of skilled human resources and help in sustainable development because higher education enhance the abilities, positive mindset and favorable attitude towards sustainable development. Higher education is a strong instrument for expanding access to highly paid and skilled occupations is higher education, which also contributes to inclusive growth and sustainable development of a nation.
Education plays a crucial part in ensuring sustained inclusive growth. The advancement of education is a highway to achieve inclusive growth. The notion of inclusive growth is wide and encompasses both major and small sectors. It encompasses all societal segments, including those who live below the poverty line and several marginalized groups. The goal of inclusive growth is to promote the nation's sustainable development by incorporating all regions and demographics equally and without discrimination.
To attain the aim of inclusive growth and sustainable development, education is required at every level of society. The purpose of this research study is to examine how higher education contributes to inclusive growth. This paper is based upon secondary data which is collected from different different online sites and government reports. The highlights of this paper are expansion of higher education in India, new initiative towards inclusive growth and higher education enrollment. Ensuring that males and females have equal access to higher education options is the primary objective. The expansion of every societal segment in the nation is a challenge to the Indian government. The ideal strategy for sustained inclusive growth is to use higher education to assist individuals improves their potential and skills
|Inclusive growth, Higher education, Sustainable development
|Mathematics > Economy / Commerce
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development: - In Context of Higher Education in India - SUNITA KUMARI, RENU SHARMA - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12114
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