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      <JournalTitle>Allana Management Journal of Research, Pune</JournalTitle>
      <PISSN>? ?2581-3137 (</PISSN>
      <EISSN>) 2231 - 0290 (Print)</EISSN>
      <Volume-Issue>Volume 9, Issue 2 </Volume-Issue>
      <Season>July 2019 - December 2019</Season>
      <ArticleType>Human Resource Management</ArticleType>
      <ArticleTitle>Sustainable development at villages in Kutch District: A case on VEERAYATAN TRUST, Kutch, Gujarat state</ArticleTitle>
          <FirstName>Dr. Preeti</FirstName>
          <FirstName>Prof. Priyanka</FirstName>
      <Abstract>This study is focused on the sustainable development at villages in Kutch district, Gujrat. The study is about the Veerayatan trust which is settled at Haripar, Jakhania and Rudrani in Kutch district during the earthquake in 2001. There were many other NGO’s who helped in this earthquake but they were only for short time. Realizing the need to re-establish education and to bring the children out of the suffering and pain Veerayatan trust come to a decision to settle down for the betterment of the villager. The study is conducted to know about the practices done by Veerayatan trust for the sustainable development, its impact of villagers and the satisfaction level if villagers. &#13;
This particular piece of research was conducted in 3 villages. From which there were 50 respondents of that villages. The survey was conducted with distributing the systematically designed questioner. Out of which 46 questioners were completely filled which was taken as the sample for the study. The secondary data was collected from the website of veerayatan, online journals, printed journals, books, websites etc.  &#13;
It was found that the villagers were aware about the activity conducted by Veerayatan for the betterment of the village and villagers. For the sustainable development at kutch district  apart from Haripar, Jakhania and Rudrani it targeted nearby villages like Mandvi, Mundra __ampersandsign Bhuj Veerayatan trust has taken major steps like developed  Schools, Colleges in different faculty. Majority of the respondents were pleased with the activity conducted by the Veerayatan trust. &#13;
The villages which is been catered by Veerayatan were bad in condition and don’t even have the basic need like education, healthcare, employment etc. Now Veerayatan have developed School, Engineering, Pharmacy and Computer Application institutes. This villages even don’t have sufficient trees as it is located in the desert area in Kutch which is near to Rann of Kutch (white desert). Forest area near to this village is not having sufficient trees. This piece of research is to reveal various development plans of Veerayatan that will help village and villagers to be self-sufficient in it. For the sustainable development of the village number of activities are been taken place. The aim of Veerayatan is to improve living conditions of villagers by providing them with good education to their children, good living condition, socio economical living status, a good living environment. Veerayatan organized gramsabha to know the importance of education to people or parents of villages, Trees plantation under “Green India”, Swachhta abhiyan as a “clean India__doublequotosing</Abstract>
      <Keywords>Sustainable development, Social Responsibility, NGO, Kutch</Keywords>
        <Abstract>https://aimsjournal.org/ubijournal-v1copy/journals/abstract.php?article_id=6817&amp;title=Sustainable development at villages in Kutch District: A case on VEERAYATAN TRUST, Kutch, Gujarat state</Abstract>
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