• Skill Development and Unemployment
    : Name of the country | Unemployment % (2011 est.) | Unemployment % ( 2010 est.) | India | 9.8 | 10 | China | 6.5 | 6.1 | Brazil | 6 | 6.7 | South Africa | 24.9 | 24.9 | Russia | 6.6 | 7.5 | USA | 9 | 9.6 | U.K. | 8.1 | 7.8 | France | 9.3 | 9.3 | Germany | 6 | 7.1 | Source...
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  • Nittal
    Markets for the Products Produced. – It may Promote Innovative Ideas. – It may Promote Division of Labour & Specialization. General Economics:Population,Poverty& Unemployment 2 Population • Growth in Population is not desirable for Countries like India because: – There may not be adequate...
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  • Eco-India and Aust Comparison
    Australia and India Comparison Report Introduction and general description: This report compares the Australian economy with the economy of India. It seeks to assess the comparison in two important areas: A- economic growth and quality of life B- employment and unemployment It will also...
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  • Unemployment
    UNEMPLOYMENT IN INDIA BY CHANDNI KOKIL ARVINDER SIKHA ALISHA GARIMA INTRODUCTION India, undoubtedly, is grappling with the problem of unemployment. Unemployment is a situation characterized by the existence of those able bodied persons who are willing to work but have to do without a...
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  • Unemployment
    unemployment among rural graduates and post-graduates is higher, but also they lack basic skill-sets to fill the demands of market economy. The dangerous trend, if anything, may offset the gains by India at the literacy front. While the country has added more literates in rural India from 58.7% in 2001 to...
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  • India vs Pakistan
    slow-down in inflation has been due to better availability of food items, increased sugar production .The graph () compares India and Pakistan ‘s inflation rate trend for past 50 years . Unemployment Rate: Unemployment rate tells about number of unemployed people as a percentage of total labor...
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  • Sociology
    , but because of not being able to find employment of his/her own choice. Sometimes people reject employment opportunities if they do not receive desired wages or if they are not offered the kind of work they wish to do. The unemployment rate in India The unemployment rate in the country during...
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  • Unemployment in India
    UNEMPLOYMENT Employment in simple words can be defined as an occupation by which a person can earn his living. 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...
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  • Macroeconomics
    : Phillips curve shows relations between unemployment and inflation Okun’s law shows relations between unemployment and GDP Task The aim of this report is to describe and evaluate the macroeconomic situation for the last 12 years in a given country, in this case India, to analyze how macroeconomic...
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  • Comparing the Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors of Crime in India and Germany
    and plays a big part in finding jobs and developing responsibility (Verma). Educational Improvement in India would undoubtedly simmer down the crime rates it faces. Unemployment is an issue that most nearly every country has. It is widely agreed that unemployment has a significant correlation...
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  • Economics Report of India
    recession cause the oil price to increase. India that is not the oil supplier faces the problem in importing the oil from the supplier in high price. This makes the price of all products also increases. As a result, inflation occurs. Full Employment Full employment or the natural rate of unemployment...
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  • Poverty and Unemployment in India
    Poverty and Unemployment in India Presented by Md Akram Saba(09HS2027) Types of Poverty • Absolute Poverty • Relative Poverty Relative Poverty • Relative Poverty refers to the Income or Asset Position of one individual,Class or Group of People in comparison with the other individual...
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  • Economic Growth and Its Effects
    problems arises. India and china has very high number of unemployment rate. According to China’s official figures, the unemployment rate in China's 3 Urban and township areas reached 4.5% in 2004. However, the actual unemployment rate should be higher. The Economist magazine estimates that China's...
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  • Unemployment
    during the first decade of this century, and will increase by a total of about 160-170 million by 2020, i.e., 2.0 percent per annum. A glance at unemployment in INDIA Total unemployment in India has been estimated to be about 35 million persons...
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  • Unemployment
    arranged for it if the production is to be increased. The major cause of agricultural unemployment in India is the dependence of cultivation upon the rains. Thus, there should be a proper and good arrangement of irrigation through minor and major projects. * 2) If conditions for marketing agricultural...
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  • Japan and India
    , Gross Domestic Product per capita, unemployment rate, inflation rate and the Gross Domestic Product real growth rate. Japan and India are the countries whose economic statistics will be discussed and compared to that of the United States. Statistical graphs and tables demonstrating the economical...
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  • Unemployment in India
    to find the job. India, with a vast population of over 2 billion individuals, is facing the biggest problem of the century in the form of unemployment of worthy and productive citizens. Our country is set to be progressing by leaps and bounds in the matter of economy but this progress is low sided...
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  • Business Research Methods
    %+ in the developing countries of Iraq, Nigeria and India. In the above question, literacy would be the independent variable and unemployment is the dependent variable. Our variables are quantitative and continuous because the data is measuring the degree of illiteracy and unemployment in...
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  • Business Environment
    ://www.indianchild.com/images/indiaflagbig.gif (Accessed on: 20th January 2012) Major problems that always had been facing by the India’s Government are the unemployment, poverty and illiteracy. Almost 83% are Hindus, and also India has one of the largest Muslims populations amounting 120 million...
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  • Tunisia vs India
    as per last quarter details of 2012. Tunisia’s average unemployment rate averages 14.6 percent and reached an all-time high 18.6 percent at 2012. India’s unemployment rate averages 7.46 percent compared to 14.6 of Tunisia. India reached a record low unemployment rate 3.8 at December 2011. Please...
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