PM Modi to launch Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan to create rural infrastructure and provide employment to returned migrant workers
Raju Das -
The ‘Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan’ will be launched by prime minister Narendra Modi on 20 June through Video-Conference.
The debate around PLFS is back and here are the issues that the politicised controversy fails to consider
The Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS) is officially out, and with it, the controversy on job growth over the last 5 years has resurfaced.
The unemployment is at a “45 years high” is a meaningless exaggeration without any basis in facts or data.
Despite much brouhaha created by the Congress over job creation, multiple sources have reiterated that around 15 million jobs were created in India by the Modi government per year.
As per EFPO data, net employment generation in the formal sector touched a 17-month high in January
Sources reveal that a top-level BJP meeting held a few months back to discuss the impact of media narrative of ‘no jobs’ and find ways to counter it despite data showing that the Modi government creating almost 15 million jobs every year
The report estimates a total of 13.5-14.9 million job additions per annum by the Narendra Modi government. These estimates are again indicative of robust job creation in the economy over the last five years.
One of the largest job surveys done by CII shows healthy job growth rate in MSME sector during the Modi government
Modi government has been working relentlessly to create jobs in both organised and unorganised sectors.
Nidhi Razdan of NDTV twists Piyush Goyal’s statement to claim Railways failed in fulfilling jobs creation promise
Nidhi Razdan conducted an entire debate on misinformation regarding a statement by Piyush Goyal on jobs creation in the railways