Youth want jobs not quota, it will not remove frustration of unemployed people

0
871
Youth want jobs not quota, it will not remove frustration of unemployed people
Youth want jobs not quota, it will not remove frustration of unemployed people

The decision of Gujarat Government to give 10% quota for EBC might represent a misdiagnosis of pressing problem. This proposal is bound to be challenged legally as aggregate quotas will overshoot the permitted 50% marks. Moreover the disturbed Patels has sought this announcement as another lollipop from the factory of BJP. It’s a bitter reality of Gujarat government that it cannot increase the jobs at fast to address present scenario society: jobelessness. This multiple disturbance of the young Indians are only symptoms of their frustration.

Over the last 15 years, millions of job seekers have moved out of agriculture. Manufacturing service sector of society have also not sought any job creation. Society is blaming government’s biased policies for this. At present, central and state levels both are witnessing more government and less governance. In the world of fast growing technology and trends, government is not in a position to recruit suitable candidates. In this way, entrepreneurs have seen much batter to in selecting candidates, while government still needs to work out to remove hurdles to economic activity. Simplification of regulations must be transformed in smarter regulation.

The quality of public education must be enhanced, dismantling the licence raj shackling private education, skilling and physical infrastructure will help India to grab opportunity. After the increase in wages in China, it has opened the door for export-led garment industry and other labour intensive industries of India to generate millions of jobs. According to report of World Bank “Stitches to Riches?” even a 10% growth in garment price of China will create 1.2 million jobs in the Indian garment industry.  This increase will be good for women who are working at garment industry, addressing India’s alarming gender inequality.

Click Here to Share This on Whatsapp


Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Google+
SHARE
Previous articleNEET Phase 1 2016 held on 1 May, students take exam barefooted
Next articleYouth want to be Self-employed, rather than joining jobs – MTV study

NO COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY