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Employment and unemployment situation in India, 2004-05

Employment and unemployment situation in India, 2004-05

NSS 61st round (July 2004-June 2005).

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Published by National Sample Survey Organisation, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, Govt. of India in [New Delhi] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor supply -- India -- Statistics,
  • Unemployment -- India -- Statistics,
  • Household surveys -- India -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Chiefly statistical tables.

    Other titlesBhārata meṃ rojagāra aura berojagārī kī sthiti
    GenreStatistics
    SeriesReport no. 515(61/10/1)
    ContributionsNational Sample Survey Organisation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5819 .E458 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23141944M
    LC Control Number2007394840

    The employment growth in India, over the last few years, came down significantly as the fresh data released by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) showed that unemployment rate in the. Source: Census of India and NSS ‘Employment and Unemployment Situation in India’ reports The National Statistical Commission noted many years back that NSS estimates of unemployment were low because of the definitions and concepts followed in its framework of employment and unemployment.

    Get this from a library! Rural labour enquiry (61st round of N.S.S.), report on employment & unemployment of rural labour households.. [India. Labour Bureau.;].   Between and , despite less growth in employment, a decrease in unemployment was observed. While looking at the regional distribution of unemployment in India, it is seen that in the year , according to the general situation, unemployment was only % in Kerala, while it was per cent in West Bengal.

    Employment and Unemployment situation in cities and towns in India. 11/09/ edenis. NSS Report No. Employment and Unemployment situation in cities and towns in India (68th Round, ) Changes in WPR among persons of age 15 years and above between and for different size class of towns: Over the period   So, from –05 to –12, the real wage growth was substantially higher than the previous period. 1 Wage Inequality & Minimum Wages in India 20 21 THE STATE OF EMPLOYMENT IN INDIA The national average daily wage in was estimated at INR , although there was a substantial gap between rural and urban areas.


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Employment and unemployment situation in India, 2004-05 Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 IndiaFile Size: 2MB.

All India Unemployment rate (per persons in labour force) Till India. Employment Situation in as Per Quarterly Survey Reports The Labour Bureau conducted twelve quarterly quick employment surveys to assess the impact of the economic slowdown on employment in India.

These surveys indicate that the upward. My estimate is that the unemployment rate rose over to from % to % for those with middle education (class 8); % to %. Government of India, National Sample Survey Organisation. () Report No. (61/10/1): Employment and Unemployment Situation in India –05, NSS 61st Round, (July –June ) (September ).

Google ScholarCited by: 6. In the year the employment rate was 42%. In the five year period falling between andmillion new jobs were created where as.

A study by Shaw () using NSS Employment and Unemployment Survey data for the year of Employment and unemployment situation in India, and pertaining to both urban and rural employment. Meanwhile, the absence of official data has kept the debate over jobs alive and raging.

It has strengthened the assumption that India is facing jobless growth — a phenomenon that started a decade back when India had clocked a meagre rise in employment to million in from million in   Employment in agriculture fell from per cent in to per cent inwhile the relative share of employment in community, social and personal services increased from per.

NSS Report No. Employment and Unemployment situation in cities and towns in India (68th Round, ) This report is based on the employment and unemployment survey conducted in the 68th round of NSS during July to June In this report, estimates of the employment and unemployment indicators are presented for each of the class Continue reading Employment and Unemployment.

The latest estimates from the World Bank show that in the period from topercent of the women moved out of labor force, which is a major drop. The NSSO 61st Round report, Employment and Unemployment Situation among social groups in Indiasuggests that this trend can be attributed to the fact that workers with higher degree of.

Compared toeven in unemployment had declined. Duringas inurban unemployment was higher under both the UPSS and CWS but rural unemployment was higher under the CDS approach. This possibly indicates higher intermittent or seasonal unemployment in rural than urban areas, something that employment generation.

The Labour Bureau has been conducting nationally representative annual Employment–Unemployment Survey (EUS) of households, the latest round being for –16 with a sample size of more than a lakh households.

Between andas India’s total population (aged 15 to 59 years) increased by million, the population of. India’s employment rate has slipped to % infrom % inas per latest data from the central statistical office.

Inwhen the UPA took charge for the first time, the employment rate was 42%. The number of unemployed rose to million in Januaryfrom million in January   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. Introduction Employment: It refers to the situation when a person is able to earn his/her livelihood either by self-employment or by working as wage-employment.

Un-employment: It refers to a situation when a person is able and willing to work doesn’t get work at all or doesn’t get at the prevailing wage rate. In India, a person working 8. The unemployment rate in Agra rose from per cent in to per cent in ,revealed the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) on Employment and Unemployment Situation in cities and towns of India.

The unemployment rate in Ludhiana increased to per cent in from per cent in   The unemployment rate among men in Agra rose from per cent in to per cent inrevealed the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) on Employment and Unemployment Situation in cities and towns of India.

The unemployment rate among men in Ludhiana increased to per cent in from per cent in Government of India (), Employment and Unemployment Situation in India, –05 (Part I), National Sample Survey 61st Round (July –June ), NSS Report no.

(61/10/1), National Sample Survey Organisation, New Delhi. NSSO (National Sample Survey Office) (), Employment and Unemployment in India –94, 50th Round, Report No.Delhi, NSSO.

Google Scholar NSSO (), Employment and Unemployment Situation in India –05, 61st Round, Report No.Delhi, NSSO. This report is labeled “Employment and Unemployment Situation among Major Religious Groups in India, –” This report is the fifth in the series of seven reports to be brought out on the basis of employment and unemployment data of the NSS 61st round.The calculation is based on the NSSO’s revelation in its latest report, “Employment and Unemployment Situation in India, ”, released in January It points towards the fact that Gujarat has per cent child workers in the urban areas and per cent child workers in the rural areas in the age-groupwhich happens to be.The vertical line drawn indicates the female unemployment rate at the all-India level inwhile the horizontal line indicates the rate for The intersection of the two lines, therefore, shows the situation for India, which experienced a fall in the unemployment rate over the period.