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Understanding the Employment challenges in India

Author Affiliations

  • 1 MBA Banking Technology, PondicherryCentral University, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 4, Issue (1), Pages 1-8, January,14 (2015)

Abstract

This study examines unemployment, its reasons, and its impact and government measures taken to curb unemployment in the pre-liberalization and post- liberalization period in India. Using Behaviour over Time Graph (BOT) variables such as economic growth, education and labour force, the study find that unemployment is decreasing over the period. The study also finds that employment in India is challenged by major factors like economic crisis, gap between curriculum and industry demand and jobless growth.

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