Building a cognizant mindset towards a more sustainable lifestyle


Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women

(Established by Govt. of Delhi vide Act 9 of 2012)

Dr. (Mrs.) AMITA DEV

Hon'ble Vice Chancellor's Message

I am delighted to take a few moments to talk to you about something that is very close to my heart and, I believe, should be of great significance to all of us. I am here to shed some light on the incredible work being carried out by the Centre for Sustainable Development at IGDTUW and to inspire you to be a part of this movement towards a sustainable and responsible future.
The Centre for Sustainable Development plays a pivotal role in bringing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to our university. We recognize the pressing need to address global challenges such as climate change, poverty, inequality, and access to quality education, and we firmly believe that universities like ours have a vital role to play in addressing these issues.
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About Us


To become global knowledge centre and action think tank, ensuring peace, prosperity and sustainable development for humankind through empowerment and engagement of citizens, especially women and young ambassadors.


The mission is to empower young social ambassadors with skills to lead in the areas of environment, youth empowerment, gender empowerment, education, sustainable lifestyles, innovation...


  • To empower women by increasing their participation in STEM education.
  • To work towards increasing social awareness and outreach for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 2030.


Initiatives Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan

The UBA Cell of IGDTUW made an effort to broaden its reach in the neighbourhood by holding many awareness initiatives over the course of the previous year. IGDTUW chose three schools as part of the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan.

Education Mentoring Program

The Education Mentoring Programme, under the Youth for Education initiative of the Government of NCT of Delhi, was launched to abridge the chasmic gap between male and female representation in the STEM workforce.
It has been observed that the female dropout rate from STEM after senior secondary schooling is astronomically high due to a plethora of social and economical reasons. This has led to a skewed STEM demographic, birthed from discrimination and prejudice.


Sustainable Development Goals

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which was endorsed by all United Nations Member States in 2015, offers a unified framework for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, both now and in the future. At its core are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are the global partnership's urgent call to action for all countries, developed and developing.

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