Unnat Bharat Abhiyan’s thinking began with the formation of a team of members of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi who have worked long hours in the field of rural development and relevant technology. The idea was developed through extensive consultation with representatives of various technology institutions, Rural Technology Action Group (RuTAG) coordinators, voluntary organizations and government agencies, participating in rural development work, during a national conference held at IIT Delhi in September, 2014. The conference was sponsored by the Development Council. Of Human Resources and Rural Technology (CAPART), Department of Rural Development, Govt. of India. The plan was officially launched by the Department of Education (MoE) (formerly Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD)) before the President of India on November 11, 2014.
The purpose of Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is to empower higher education institutions to work with the rural population of India in identifying developmental challenges and appropriate solutions to accelerate sustainable growth. It also aims to create a positive cycle between the community and an inclusive program by providing knowledge and practice practices that emerge as well as improving the skills of public and private companies in responding to the development needs of rural India.
To build awareness of the development agenda within the institutions of Higher Education and the capacity of the institution and training to suit national needs, especially those in rural India.
Re-emphasizing the need for field service, stakeholder communication and the building of community goals as the basis for higher education.
Emphasis on critical reporting and useful results as a basis for developing new jobs.
To provide rural Indians and regional agencies with access to professional resources in higher education institutions, especially those who have achieved academic excellence in the fields of science, engineering and technology, and administration.
Improve development outcomes as a result of this study. Creating new activities and new processes to support and accept research results.
Encouraging new dialogue in a larger scientific, social and environmental society and promoting a sense of dignity and co-existence.
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