Sustainable development is development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In current research article three major aspects of sustainable development are considered as Economic, Environmental and Social. The research article shows a close resemblance between the three parameters and for generating policies for sustainable development, as three parameters and their aspects should be taken in consideration to frame best policy for sustainable development. As India is a growing country and second largest country in terms of population, so to meet with the demand, a lot of pressure is imparted on natural resources as well as fossil resources. The economic condition of people in India is not very good, and due to this they are more bound to misuse resources. In terms of environmental conditions there is more diversity, so for every region there is specific demand of resources, and some of them are using more wildly while some of them are using it on moderate levels. The other major factor is the social mentality of population, for any planning related to sustainable development major thing starts from education society about the phenomenon. It is very drastic to know that skill number of peoples in our country feel that they will have to do nothing with development, it’s not their work, Government will do it, and we cannot do any thing. So to obtain results from any kind of sustainable development theory educating society is must. The results so obtained clearly demonstrate a new paradigm in developing a model of sustainable development globally.
Key words: Sustainable Development, Economic, Environmental, Social, paradigm.
Sandeep Gangarde, Naveen Kumar Singh & Dinesh Kumar Gupta