Development is a complex process. It involves transformation of social, economic, infrastructure and institutional forces within the specific time frame to enhance the living conditions of the people, impart skills, foster conditions for reflection and learning, and broaden the choices available to them. Performances in the field of economic development, however, vary across nations, states, districts, regions, or even sub-regions. In the prosperous state of Haryana, Shivalik region still lacks in basic infrastructure, facilities and employments opportunities. Government of Haryana in March 1993 formed an independent board namely Shivalik Development Board (SDB) with Shivalik Development Agency (SDA) as an implementation wing to facilitate focused development of the region. The area covered under SDB is entire Panchkula and Ambala district, while whole of Bilaspur, Sadaura and Chichrauli blocks and newly included 40 villages of Jagadari and Mustafabad Block.