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Go for economics of needs rather than economics of greed for peaceful life and work without worries: Vice Chancellor Goel
"To explore the path ahead for achieving Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) 2030, we need to develop concrete plan of action for controlling population which is otherwise given lip service by the stakeholders ," opined Professor MM Goel, Vice-Chancellor, Jagan Nath University Jaipur while addressing the participants of the interdisciplinary refresher course organized by Dept. of Commerce and UGC- HRDC at Kurukshetra University here today.

He was speaking on the topics 'Sustainable Development Goals 2030: Challenges for India' and 'Spiritual Economics for Human Resource Development'

To capture the full potential of 'Make in India', 'Skill India' and startup scheme for generating employment for achieving SDGs in India,  we need to treat business more than money making with altruism  to touch the lives of some if not many  as social entrepreneur  of the kind of Dr. Mohammad Yunus of Bangladesh, believes Professor Goel.

Global dynamics depict maximalism with all its merits and demerits whereas we need minimalism to take care of our needs and not greed. The time has come to use minimax strategy (minimising the possible loss by decision rule in AI as worst case). Maximin strategy needed to maximise the minimum gain to face the challenges of global dynamics, believes Professor Goel.

For proving Incredible India as independent, nonviolent, democracy with integrity and amity ,we need to learn spiritual economics confining to needs (needonomics) and no to greed (economics of greed - greedonomics) which is nonviolent in nature for  living and working without worries, told Professor Goel.

For becoming   human capital, we need to become street smart (simple, moral, action oriented, responsive and transparent) with spiritual economics in the present economic scenario, said Professor Goel.

Earlier Professor Mahabir Narwal, course coordinator welcomed the speaker of the day.

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