“Today, universities and their researchers are ranked mainly based on the amount of funding they receive, the number of papers they publish and their intellectual caliber, but along with this, we should take into consideration how much we have been able to use research to serve the lowest and most vulnerable strata of society. In our approach to sustainable development, we should not forget that it is by strengthening the people at the base of the pyramid that the entire edifice of society grows healthy and strong.”

Chancellor Amma,
United Nations, New York, July 2015

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SDG4
32 lacs Learners
12,000+ Schools
54,000 Teachers Trained
4,500+ Colleges

Quality
Education

Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development. In addition to improving quality of life,

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SDG5
300,000+ Women Empowered
6,300+ Vocational Trained

Gender
Equality

While the world has achieved
progress towards gender equality
and women’s empowerment under

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SDG3
₹ 630 Crores of Charitable Medical Care
47 lacs Patients Received Free Treatment

Good Health
& Wellbeing

Ensuring healthy lives and promoting
the well-being at all ages is essential
to sustainable development.

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SDG6
₹ 100 Crores Funding
5000 villages
10 lacs Beneficiaries Target

Clean Water
and Sanitation

Clean, accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in
and there is sufficient

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SDG9
184 Start-ups incubated
100+ Patents Awarded/Published
₹ 350 Crores Research Income

Industry
Innovation &
Infrastructure

Investments in infrastructure – transport, irrigation, energy

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SDG17
325,000 beneficiaries
1,000,000+ field hours
50+ International Partners

Partnerships
for the Goals

A successful sustainable development
agenda requires partnerships between governments

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