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The traditional development policy, which is basically based on centralized technologies and urbanization, has failed to bridge the developmental gap between the rural and urban sectors in various domains like health, education, incomes, and basic amenities as well as employment opportunities - all causing great discontent and large-scale migration to urban areas. The imperatives of sustainable development which are being felt more and more acutely all over the world also demand eco-friendly development of the villages and the creation of appropriate employment opportunities locally. With the aim to narrow this developmental gap between rural and urban areas, a flagship programme has been launched on 11th November 2014 under the banner of Unnat Bharat Abhijan (UBA) by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The UBA deals to promote the development of rural areas in tune with Gandhian vision of self-sufficient ‘village republics’, based on local resources and using decentralized, eco-friendly technologies so that the basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, sanitation, health care, energy, livelihood, transportation, and education are locally met.