Unraveling The Trifecta of Governance, Sustainability, And Technological Advancements in India

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*Ms. Isha Joshi, Dr. Pratima Jain, Dr. Raja Roy Choudhury


This paper delves into the complex interplay of innovation, governance, sustainability, and technological advancements within the unique context of India, aiming to unravel the intricate dynamics that define the nation's development landscape. As India positions itself on the global stage, understanding the synergies and challenges inherent in these three critical domains becomes imperative for sustainable socio-economic progress. The status paper commences by introducing the significance of the status paper, emphasizing the symbiotic relationships between innovation, governance, sustainability, and technological advancements. The multifaceted exploration encompasses historical perspectives, contemporary policies, and case studies that exemplify the nation's endeavors to create a robust innovation ecosystem. Examining the evolution of innovation and governance in India, the paper highlights pivotal policies such as "Make in India" and "Startup India," showcasing the government's commitment to fostering a culture of innovation. The review also scrutinizes sustainability challenges faced by India, underscoring environmental concerns and resource depletion. However, it reveals instances where sustainability has been seamlessly integrated into innovation ecosystems, citing examples like the National Solar Mission and waste management initiatives. The status paper concludes by summarizing the paper's key findings, emphasizing the need for an integrated approach to policymaking and industry practices. This research contributes valuable insights to policymakers, researchers, and industry stakeholders, guiding India toward a more sustainable and innovative future.

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