Rajesh Kumar, Akriti Anna, Rakhi Bharti and Akshita Chadda
COVAS (Bihar Animal Sciences University, Patna), Kishanganj, Bihar
Sustainable development Knowledge management is the systematic process that supports the continuous development of individual, group, and organizational learning and involves the creation, acquisition, gathering, transforming, transfer, and application of knowledge to achieve organizational objectives. The United Nations Agenda 2030, and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in general, have given a new stimulus to the consequences of sustainable development, which is defined as a process leading to the more rational use of natural resources based on the principles of environmental equity, as well as social equity for the resolutions of this object. The adoption of environmentally responsible business practices can, conceivably, open up an additional range of opportunities for entrepreneurs. The move to a sustainable business framework provides numerous niches that enterprising individuals and firms can successfully identify and service. These include, among other things, the development of new products and services, improvements to the efficiency of existing firms, new methods of marketing and the reconfiguration of existing business models and practices. In the context of sustainability, KM is viewed as a new concept of development aimed at improving adherence to economic, environmental, and social sustainability principles. It is thought that the application of ICT can aid in environmental healing, hence improving people's lives. The research emphasizes the effect of ICT on agriculture and allied sector in general and livestock sector in particular in knowledge management. Many ICT-based solutions are there that can be harnessed for knowledge management that leads to the sustainability of farming systems.