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Employment and unemployment situation among religious groups in India, 1993-94

Employment and unemployment situation among religious groups in India, 1993-94

fifth quinquennial survey : NSS 50th round, July 1993-June 1994.

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Published by National Sample Survey Organisation, Dept. of Statistics, Govt. of India in [New Delhi] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Orissa
    • Subjects:
    • Manpower policy -- India -- Orissa -- Statistics.,
    • Unemployment -- India -- Orissa -- Statistics.,
    • Household surveys -- India -- Orissa -- Statistics.,
    • India -- Religion -- Economic aspects.

    • About the Edition

      Chiefly statistical tables.

      Edition Notes

      Other titlesBhārata meṃ dhārmika samūhoṃ ke bīca meṃ rojagāra aura berojagāra kī sthiti, 1993-94
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesReport ;, no. 438, Report (National Sample Survey Organisation) ;, no. 438.
      ContributionsNational Sample Survey Organisation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5819 .E42 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 59, A-97 p. ;
      Number of Pages97
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6859618M
      LC Control Number00370222

      the employment and unemployment situation of the youth in India during the last two-and-half decades viz., to It analyses the trends in labour force and workforce participation rates, unemployment, joblessness, working poor, growth and employment elasticities etc. The paper also offers. Unemployment occurs when a person who is actively searching for employment is unable to find work. Unemployment is often used as a measure of the health of the economy. The most frequent measure of unemployment is the unemployment rate, which is the number of unemployed people divided by the number of people in the labor force.

      Employment and unemployment situation in India There will be approximately million new entrants to the working age group of years between and Source: Ministry of Labour and. Employment and unemployment situation among major religious groups in India: NSS 68th round, July June = Bhārata meṃ pramukha dhārmika samūhoṃ meṃ rojagāra evaṃ berojagārī kī sthiti: Ena. Esa. Esa. 68vām̐ daura, Julāī Jūna

        The two broadest categories of unemployment are voluntary and involuntary unemployment. When unemployment is voluntary, it means that a person has left his job willingly in search of other employment. The findings of the Employment and Unemployment Survey (68th round) reveal that over nine million persons found employment between and This was characterised by some sections of the media as a “rebound” from the stagnancy.


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Employment and unemployment situation among religious groups in India, 1993-94 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Report Employment and Unemployment Situation Among Religious Groups in India, ; NSS 50th Round household is treated as a worker though he/she may be performing only household chores. The status of persons engaged in various economic activities are classified as follows. ment and Unemployment Situation among Major Religious Groups in India.

In the 66th round of the NSSO employment-unemployment survey, information on the religion followed by the sample households was collected. The religion of the head of the house-hold is taken as the religion of the household.

The NSSO collects data on. Employment and Unemployment Situation among Major Religious Groups in India - NSSO 66th Round. NSS Report No. Employment and unemployment situation among social groups in India, 1 Chapter One Introduction The Report in Perspective An all-India survey on the situation of employment and unemployment in India was carried out during the period July, June, as a part of the 61st round of the.

The ministry tabled religion-wise figures for four major religious groups — Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism — for both genders and in rural and urban India. (File Photo) Across the urban-rural and gender divides, unemployment rates vary among religious groups. The Employment Challenge Unemployment and the Challenge of the Youth Bulge Summing Up: Key Features of the Employment Situation 3.

Access to and Exclusion from Employment: Social and Regional Dimensions Introduction Historical and Geographical Profile of Socio- religious Groups in India. The corresponding rate among Hindus is 91%, Christians is 94%, Sikhs (86%) and Others (95%), according to Employment and Unemployment Situation among Major Religious Groups in India, a NSS Report No.

Employment and unemployment situation among social groups in India, 1 Chapter 1 Introduction The report in perspective An all-India survey on the situation of employment and unemployment in India during the period July, June, was carried out as part of the 55th round of the National Sample Survey.

patterns of employment and unemployment in India. Chowdhury’s () analysis reveals the grim employment situation in India. The author cites the drastic reduction seen in total employment in India during the years to due both to the widespread.

Among various religious groups, Muslims have the lowest living standard with the average per capita expenditure of just Rs. in a day, says a government survey.

Constant increase in population has been a big problem in India. It is one of the main causes of unemployment. The rate of unemployment is % in 10th Plan.

(iv) Agriculture is a Seasonal Occupation: Agriculture is underdeveloped in India. It provides seasonal employment. Large part of population is dependent on agriculture.

Abstract Using the NSSO data on Employment and Unemployment, this paper examines issues of employment and unemployment among Indian youth belonging to various social and religious groups since the.

the employment and unemployment situation of the youth in India during the last two-and-half decades viz., to It analyses the trends in. India may be the fastest growing major economy in the world but that may mean little to the country’s crore people, many of whom continue to struggle to find the right kind of jobs.

India’s unemployment rate stood at 5 percent in compared to percent inaccording to the fifth annual survey of employment-unemployment. Employment & Unemployment situation among social groups in India, Wages in kind, exchange of gifts and Expenditure on Ceremonies and Insurance in India, Employment & Unemployment situation among social groups in India, Employment & Unemployment in India, - Key results: * 2 1 The obvious reason is the fact that the omission or undercount of workers is not likely to be a random process.

Women workers with multiple roles or the unpaid helpers on the family farms or in the family enterprises are more likely to be undercounted than the employees or. And Unemployment is the inability of providing gainful work to people who are willing to work. And for a country like India, employment has become one of the major challenges of the current economy.

Despite the economic reforms and the IT & BPO boom, the unemployment situation in India is getting worse. Unemployment Rate Among Christians in India () Unemployment Rates (as of Labour Force) by Religious Groups in Rural/Urban Areas of India () State-wise Estimated Unemployment Rates on Usual Status Basis in India (As on ) Age Specific Unemployment Rates by Sex for India ((,to ).

India News: Between andthe proportion of people working slipped slightly in India, and the share of unemployed persons ticked up, a govt survey. Employment and unemployment situation among religious groups in India, New Delhi: National Sample Survey Organisation, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, Govt.

of India, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. According to Alakh Sharma, the causes of high unemployment and under-employment in India are subject of intense debate among scholars.

A group of scholars state that it is a consequence of "restrictive labor laws that create inflexibility in the labor market", while organized labor unions and another group of scholars contest this proposed rationale.

9. Lack of Investment: Inadequacy of capital investment persists heavily in India and that has been a key contributor in not generating enough industry that in turn provides employment to the labour force.

Immobility of Labour: One more factor that leads to unemployment is people not being interested to move for jobs. Responsibility and attachment to family, language barrier, religion. In mid-Septemberthe Labour Bureau, based out of Chandigarh, released the Report on the Fifth Annual Employment-Unemployment Survey (hereafter referred to as the report).

Using this report, large sections of the media reported that unemployment in India during was at a five-year high of 5 percent.