As a student of law, it is but natural for me and my peers to assume the rote procedures of the court and justice system in the only possible resolution of disputes, but on a much more careful inspection, one would realize that albeit, the courts are the pallbearers of justice, we, the people, as its humble servants, serve a virtuously duty to propagate of justice, in the spirit of dispute resolution. The term mediation, must be taken into the simplest of sense, and include all psychological, anthropological and sociological factors to resolve disputes, and understand the root cause of disputes, and most importantly, establish a form of dialogue between both concerned parties, rather than the nauseous vacuum that prevails in a dispute. Ego, aside, in the proposed city of Hyderabad, and its surrounding villages, due to the humble guidance of various NGO's, the implementation of sustainable goals is in full swing, with the idea of 'PEACE and JUSTICE' being the 16th goal in the 17 goals as proposed by the Paris accord of 2016. With the help of certain Ngo's namely CGR, where you will have noticed my affiliation for internship lies, mediation can be approached in the simplest of ways. How do we approach about this problem? It is to be membered the endogenous nature of panchayats and local regulating bodies in India, and in the spirit of sustainability, our ultimate aim is to transfer the efficiency and power of mention to their hands, in a bona fide manner with periodical checks on situations they may arise. Without being crude in nature, the class differentiation in India gives rise to a disparity between people of sort, with a certain class looking down at others and a sense of inferiority, which would be a main hurdle to facilitate mediation. Therefore, the real political and current situation of the courts must be informed about- the divide of court benches between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh within the AP high court has created a new issue of preliminary jurisdiction, which stalls the progress of the case, at the initial stage, with a pendency of 10 lakh cases all over the high courts in India, with 60,000 civil litigation cases pending, that date back as far as 20 years. It is but an open secret the pendency of litigation of courts and every expert opinion concurs, and about more than half of the benches in the current AP judicature are empty. Therefore, the importance of a man who caters for his own needs must be emphasized upon, and awareness in the form of skits, cultural programmes, especially involving children, whose innocence can but melt the most critical of hearts, into appearing for mediation. All negotiation skills such as BATNA, WATNA, Walk Away Price and such much be made aware in the commonest of terms, and the decree as would be the end result of the mediation, must be attached with something tangible in nature, i.e witnesses, MoU s and so on. Initially we would need to be an integral part of the process, as mediation is not a singular achievement but rather a process, and until the locals are acquainted with the intricacies of the issue, one must always abide and give support. When it comes to family issues, especially in the poorer sections of the society, alcohol abuse due to cheap availability and subsequent domestic violence is a major issue, in areas of Indira Nagar , Bhusa Nagar and other slum dwelling populace and inspiration might be taken from the village of Ganagdevipalli, where such instances of abuse and violence are instantaneously reported by women support groups and immediate action to ensure the non-occurrence of such events takes place, all the while promoting the spirit of communalism. Likes of such issues and possible solutions must be promoted and hence lies the tentative action plan, in the likes of concentrated slums such as areas in Patel Nagar, Aman Nagar, Narayanaguda and so on.