The latest monthly time series data of the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) has revealed that the overall unemployment rate in India in March is 7.6 percent, below from February’s 8.1 percent. On April 2, the ratio further declined to 7.5
The much-anticipated post-Covid-19 party is over before it could even begin. The dance floor is likely to remain empty in the foreseeable future and the music that started fading out long before the pandemic struck the Indian shores has now stopped playing.
Last year, Indian Railways invited applications for 35,000 posts it had created for non-skilled workers called Non-Technical Popular Categories. A total of 12.5 million (1.25 crore) candidates, mostly youth, applied. They included some holding master’s degrees and PhDs when the requirement was
India’s unemployment rate has come down drastically in January 2022. According to the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), the unemployment rate in the country fell to 6.57 per cent in January. This is the lowest level of unemployment in India since
For much of 2021, India remained under siege on multiple fronts. The laundry list of problems that beset the world’s largest democracy is more than an arm’s-length long and is likely to continue to be our Achilles Heel for much of 2022,