Wednesday, 25 January 2017 10:51

India low on employment elasticity: ASSOCHAM

Employment elasticity provides the extent to which employment can increase due to an increase in GDP.

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The bill will cover establishments such as shops, malls and cinema halls, which employs ten or more workers except manufacturing units and allow them to operate 365 days in a year.

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This appreciable improvement in hiring sentiment comes on the back of the optimistic consumer-focussed sectors. These businesses foresee more disposable money in the hands of consumers —thanks to consumer confidence owing to increased income levels.

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While teachers from higher education institutes opined that 64 per cent of their students were incompetent for employment , school teachers felt only 48 per cent were unemployable.


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The programme is aimed at people above 24 who have been out of job for more than a year.

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