Roadmap for achieving Sustainable Development Goals “Vasudev Kutumbakam” India and the G20


India aims to use its presidency of the G20 to foster hope, harmony, peace and stability. With an economy which ranks as the world's fifth largest, India is determined to make the most of this opportunity to shape the global agenda with a collective approach in light of the increasing polarisation and escalating geopolitical tensions. India has committed to advancing peace, stability, and shared prosperity in a fractured world and it has played a pivotal role in the formulation of the United Nations Agenda 2030 and much of the country’s National Development Agenda is mirrored in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The G20 is the leading platform for international collaboration on the most significant elements of global economic and fiscal issues. It brings together the world’s major advanced and emerging economies .The G20 cannot be a panacea for the world’s problems. But over the past 10 years, the G20 has been an important forum for international cooperation. During India's G20 presidency, they will emphasize the importance of accelerating progress and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

India will collaborate with established and developing economies to bolster financing for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through several avenues, such as raising domestic taxes, elevating borrowing from international development finance institutions (DFIs), and extending relief to heavily indebted countries. India will also focus on pushing public investments and structural reforms, promoting private investments, and strengthening multilateral trade and resilience of global supply chains, to support long-term growth, and make it sustainable and inclusive and green. With the above objective the seminar aims to understand India’s agenda to achieve sustainable development in the economic, social, environmental and other crosscutting issues


India’s role in achieving seventeen sustainable goals:

  • Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization to foster innovation.

  • Harness natural resources optimally for sustainable production and consumption.

  • Strengthen and revitalize global partnerships for sustainable development

  • Focus on gender equality and women empowerment.

  • Promote Global partnership for Financial Inclusion



Dr. Amit Gupta

Chairman, JIMS


Seminar Mentor

Dr. Ravi K. Dhar

Director, JIMS


Seminar Chair

Dr. Nidhi Gupta

Head, Dept of Management


Seminar Conveners

Dr. Anu Bhardwaj & Dr. Seema Wadhawan


Seminar Co-Conveners

Dr. Ashneet Kaur & Dr. Richa Chaturvedi

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