Implementation of 3 Online Courses for more than 2,500 students
Brainwiz conducted a survey for the youth of North India to draw attention towards existing gaps in the awareness about the concept of sustainability and the Sustainable Development Goals among the youth. The survey also highlights the contrasting perceptions of kids in tier-I cities vs those in tier-II and tier-III cities.
Youth is supposed to be the drivers of the Sustainable Development and the pioneers for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But do they know what the SDGs are?
We worked with 1000+ students from multiple schools and organisations across North India
The survey brought forward some amazing data points
43.2% of the respondents said that they don’t know about the SDGs at all and more than 55% say that they do not know for whom the SDGs are designed.
Almost 50% of all respondents do not find half of the SDGs important in their lives
While 86% of the girls believe that all these elements are important for Sustainable Development, 48% of the boys gave importance to individual elements.
16.29% respondents feel that it’s the Government’s job to help a country grow sustainably, while 3.9% feel that Private Sector should help a country grow sustainable while almost 64% feel that it should be a collective responsibility.
More than 21% of the students in tier-II/III cities believe that the government should be responsible for Sustainable Development this as apposed to only 13% students in tier-I city.
83.8% respondents believe that as the youth of this country, they can play an important role in helping the country grow sustainably.
We asked students to rank the SDGs in accordance with the relevance they hold in their lives.
Students ranked Quality Education, Clean Water and Sanitation, and Good Health and Well Being as the most relevant SDGs for them. Almost 60% of the students find these important.
Gender Equality, Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, No Poverty, and Decent Work & Economic Growth were liked by almost 50% of the students.
Not so Relevant
Partnership to Achieve all Goals, Life Below Water, and Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure ranked as the least relevant SDGs.
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