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Vol -  11, Issue- 7 ,         Page(s) : 113 - 121  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


Sustainable development goals represent the key advancement of nations towards combating the issues facing by them at the international level. Whether it is a matter of poverty, education, environment, innovation, infrastructure or justice each and every challenge has been entailed and addressed in these sustainable development goals. No doubt, varied sectors are playing active role in attainment of the pre-determined objectives by the United Nations, yet agriculture has become the dominant crucial sector among them. All in all, directly or indirectly the composite goals are linked to agricultural practices. Agriculture is said to be the conducting wire which is holding and responsible for enlightening the major sustainable development goals together. This sector with its productive efforts and synergies is contributing to a massive scale in transforming the paradigm of development. This paper will focus on the cogency of agriculture in realising the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations in lieu of achieving global development. Also it will unfold the steps taken by the Indian Agriculture to give the vision a practical shape. These steps ensure the resource mobilisation in enhancing the potentiality of agricultural activities in the upcoming years.

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