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Last updated: 08 Nov, 2017  

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Rituparna Kakati | 08 Nov, 2017

A brainstorming session on employment generation was held on Wednesday that saw participation of Union Labour Minister, top level bureaucrats and experts from ILO, NITI Aayog, Delhi University and other reputed organisations.

"Our Country has highest youth population in the world and every youth want jobs. Coming generations will not forgive us if urgent steps are not taken in the direction of employment generation," said Union Labour Minister Santosh Kumar, while inaugurating the event.

The brainstorming session was organized by VV Giri National Labour Institute (VVGNLI) in Noida.

"Our government and Ministry are moving in right direction on the path to skill development and employment generation," the minster added.

In his speech, he also termed the Modi government demonitisation decision as "historic".

During the event, Labour and Employment ministry secretary M. Sathiyavathy said that 10 million youngsters are added every year in the race to search a job.

"Unfortunately, many youngsters are lacking skill to get a job in the market," she said, adding that the government is constantly trying to fill up this gap.

According to official data, about 1.17 crore youth have been trained in various skills in recent past and 920 job fairs were organized to get these youths placed in industries and institutions.

Experts from Ministry of Agriculture and WCD and other institutions also took part in the brainstorming session. 

 
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Industrial growth and unemployment .
K murali | Wed Nov 8 13:52:18 2017
Due to day today changes, Most of the SSI & Growing industries not able to maintain factory overheads and taxes, due to that most of the Graduates trying to move outside India for job and not getting suitable jobs & salary like Developed countries.


 
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