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16th November 2010, 10:57 AM
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Why Unemployment in India still persists?


why government of india is unable to remove the unemployment from the india . why indian govt is not serious about the youth employment?




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17th November 2010, 12:28 AM
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why government of india is unable to remove the unemployment from the india . why indian govt is not serious about the youth employment?
well its a big question faced india today
why there is unemployment persist in india?
the answer is corruption and uneducated politicians
they are making life a mess
give politics to yougosters they are more talented and know how to handle things
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14th December 2010, 02:00 PM
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dear,

unemployment persists in India because:

implementation of govt. schemes is not proper

your youth is not aware of scope

lack of determination

lack of opportunity

and most important we don't have enough infrastructure

good day
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19th January 2011, 07:00 PM
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Do you Think that Unemployment exists in India only. Even in develped countries like European Union & USA this problem exists. You cannot blame only government for It. The biggest reason is lack of education. Beside it The large Number of Graduates that are Produced In our Country are not of that quality That they should be employed. and this is the main reason for unemployment. And the one more factor is the lack of enterprenuership in our graduates.
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4th February 2011, 05:33 PM
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Great question to ask u .......
the biggest reason of Unemployment is corruption ...
India is one of the leading company in corruption .. every gov job any private sector job are still there but not got by valuable person just only corruption .......
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4th February 2011, 05:36 PM
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Do you Think that Unemployment exists in India only. Even in develped countries like European Union & USA this problem exists. You cannot blame only government for It. The biggest reason is lack of education. Beside it The large Number of Graduates that are Produced In our Country are not of that quality That they should be employed. and this is the main reason for unemployment. And the one more factor is the lack of enterprenuership in our graduates.
Ya sure u r write Unemployment is not only in india but if u see the education level india leading them so why they people go for brain train and switch india to any other country .....
they know their value in india and other country....
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15th February 2011, 09:46 PM
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Dear, why dont you see the overgrowing population of india which is responsible for this problem.
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16th April 2011, 05:02 AM
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When will the unemployment be reduced for all ages of people?
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How many Unemployment in the Home of India???..where the population are 121 Crores.Today's Youth demanding :

[Unemployment = Experience Education Age Factor]
Isse To Good Tha Ki Hum Kheti Karte and Non-Education Rahate
It is effecting to direct Economic factors to India as an internally position.
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24th August 2011, 10:51 AM
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all the youngster from the village coming to city for education and and search job in city, no people is ready to work in village ,who are in city.if this persist who will do cultivation in future
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politics have become a major hurdle in growth of country. do solution exist??
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12th September 2011, 03:39 PM
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why corruption is still leading in india
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14th September 2011, 11:26 AM
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what are the consequences of unemployment in india?
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17th October 2011, 01:55 PM
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Main unemployment causes
1. corruption
2. population
3. lack of quality education
4. lack of awareness among people etc.
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25th October 2011, 11:39 PM
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why government of india is unable to remove the unemployment from the india . why indian govt is not serious about the youth employment?
hii friend...here are the reasons for unemployment in india

It is obvious that the unemployment situation is grim indeed. It has, therefore, to be tackled with appropriate measures and on an urgent basis. However, before we discussed the ways and means of removing unemployment, it is necessary that we understand the causes that given rise to it. The major causes which have been responsible for the wide spread unemployment can be spelt out as under.

1) Rapid Population Growth:

It is the leading cause of unemployment in Rural India. In India, particularly in rural areas, the population is increasing rapidly. It has adversely affected the unemployment situation largely in two ways. In the first place, the growth of population directly encouraged the unemployment by making large addition to labour force. It is because the rate of job expansion could never have been as high as population growth would have required.

It is true that the increasing labour force requires the creation of new job opportunities at an increasing rate. But in actual practice employment expansion has not been sufficient to match the growth of the labor force, and to reduce the back leg of unemployment. This leads to unemployment situation secondly; the rapid population growth indirectly affected the unemployment situation by reducing the resources for capital formation. Any rise in population, over a large absolute base as in India, implies a large absolute number.

It means large additional expenditure on their rearing up, maintenance, and education. As a consequence, more resources get used up in private consumption such as food, clothing, shelter and son on in public consumption like drinking water, electricity medical and educational facilities. This has reduced the opportunities of diverting a larger proportion of incomes to saving and investment. Thus, population growth has created obstacles in the way of first growth of the economy and retarded the growth of job opportunities.

2) Limited land:

Land is the gift of nature. It is always constant and cannot expand like population growth. Since, India population increasing rapidly, therefore, the land is not sufficient for the growing population. As a result, there is heavy pressure on the land. In rural areas, most of the people depend directly on land for their livelihood. Land is very limited in comparison to population. It creates the unemployment situation for a large number of persons who depend on agriculture in rural areas.

3) Seasonal Agriculture:

In Rural Society agriculture is the only means of employment. However, most of the rural people are engaged directly as well as indirectly in agricultural operation. But, agriculture in India is basically a seasonal affair. It provides employment facilities to the rural people only in a particular season of the year. For example, during the sowing and harvesting period, people are fully employed and the period between the post harvest and before the next sowing they remain unemployed. It has adversely affected their standard of living.

4) Fragmentation of land:

In India, due to the heavy pressure on land of large population results the fragmentation of land. It creates a great obstacle in the part of agriculture. As land is fragmented and agricultural work is being hindered the people who depend on agriculture remain unemployed. This has an adverse effect on the employment situation. It also leads to the poverty of villagers.

5) Backward Method of Agriculture:

The method of agriculture in India is very backward. Till now, the rural farmers followed the old farming methods. As a result, the farmer cannot feed properly many people by the produce of his farm and he is unable to provide his children with proper education or to engage them in any profession. It leads to unemployment problem.

6) Decline of Cottage Industries:

In Rural India, village or cottage industries are the only mans of employment particularly of the landless people. They depend directly on various cottage industries for their livelihood. But, now-a-days, these are adversely affected by the industrialisation process. Actually, it is found that they cannot compete with modern factories in matter or production. As a result of which the village industries suffer a serious loss and gradually closing down. Owing to this, the people who work in there remain unemployed and unable to maintain their livelihood.

7) Defective education:

The day-to-day education is very defective and is confirmed within the class room only. Its main aim is to acquire certificated only. The present educational system is not job oriented, it is degree oriented. It is defective on the ground that is more general then the vocational. Thus, the people who have getting general education are unable to do any work. They are to be called as good for nothing in the ground that they cannot have any job here, they can find the ways of self employment. It leads to unemployment as well as underemployment.

8) Lack of transport and communication:

In India particularly in rural areas, there are no adequate facilities of transport and communication. Owing to this, the village people who are not engaged in agricultural work are remained unemployed. It is because they are unable to start any business for their livelihood and they are confined only within the limited boundary of the village. It is noted that the modern means of transport and communication are the only way to trade and commerce. Since there is lack of transport and communication in rural areas, therefore, it leads to unemployment problem among the villagers.

9) Inadequate Employment Planning:

The employment planning of the government is not adequate in comparison to population growth. In India near about two lakh people are added yearly to our existing population. But the employment opportunities did not increase according to the proportionate rate of population growth. As a consequence, a great difference is visible between the job opportunities and population growth.

On the other hand it is a very difficult task on the part of the Government to provide adequate job facilities to all the people. Besides this, the government also does not take adequate step in this direction. The faulty employment planning of the Government expedites this problem to a great extent. As a result the problem of unemployment is increasing day by day.
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26th October 2011, 11:41 AM
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One of the primary reasons for lack of real growth in employment was because consumption in rural areas failed to pick up compared to the urban.
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HOW CAN WE MEASURE UNEMPLOMENT ? FORMULA

Please, give me answer immediately.
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UNEMPLOYMENT IS PERSISTING IN INDIA BZ
CORRUPTION
POPULATION
NO CREATIVITY IN PERSONS
NO QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE STUDIES
NO FUTURE THOUGHTS
NO SERIOUSNESS IN YOUTH
AND MANY MORE REASONS.......
TO ERADICATE IT WE HAV TO OVERCOME ALL THESE PROBLEMS.
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12th December 2011, 09:47 PM
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why government of india is unable to remove the unemployment from the india . why indian govt is not serious about the youth employment?
Hi, Unemployment is a situation where there is scarcity for physically abled and qualified individuals. In india, today there is a situation of Disguised or seasonal unemployment. The root cause for this is POVERTY, CORRUPTION, DECREASE IN NATIONAL INCOME AND THE STANDARD OF LIVING of individuals. another biggest cause is of mere dependancy on AGRICULTURE, India contributes 64% from agricultural sector to our national income whereas USA contributes nearly around 02% to their National income, so there is absence of INDUSTRIALIZATION in india........and hence there is unemployment in india.
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15th March 2012, 08:35 AM
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well its a big question faced india today
why there is unemployment persist in india?
the answer is corruption and uneducated politicians
they are making life a mess
give politics to yougosters

Good luck..............
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what is conculsion of the unemployment
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