The essential factors in the context of economic growth, environmental improvement and equal social distribution in utility functions need to be given due attention. A deadline should be fixed including human and eco-system time-scales if possible. All local and long-term effects of the measures taken should be recorded in that wider time-frame. Strategies, procedures, and evaluations should be such that make it feasible to perform and fulfill the selected targets. The third aspect of sustainable development principles is related to major problems in the process of appraisals regarding openness, effective communication and participation. These principles dwell on the increased level of transparency in the functioning related to appraisals and dealing with the government and public and reporting outcomes by participating in reporting functions and appraisals. The final aspect deals with the need for building incessant strength in conducting appraisals on missions uncompleted and making new strategies to fulfill them at the institution level and work on building efficiency and start related processes to measure it. Comparing the principles read in the module with the given principles in table 1, such as living within environment limits, the module principle tackles the sustainable environment issue quite practically, taking the resources and bio-diversity aspects into consideration so that exploitation of the planet’s resources is made in a controlled way to save them for future generations. Indirectly, it considers the long-term impact of conserving natural resources into consideration. The module also discusses the precautionary principle but with more precise expectations than given in the table. Another principle discussed in the modules is related to sustainable economic outcomes.