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UNEMPLOYMENT IN

YOUTH
MADE BY:
YUVRAJ SINGH
PARAMDEEP SINGH
VISHAL SOOD
RAJAT MITTAL
VINAYAK TUMBARIA
PRANAV SIKKA

Youth
Unemployment

Youth unemploymentis

theunemploymentof young
People. An unemployed person is someone
who does not have a job but is actively
seeking work. In order to qualify as
unemployed for official and statistical
measurement, the individual must be
without employment, willing and able to
work, of the officially designated 'working
age' and actively searching for a position.

Effects of
Unemployment

Loss of
Human
Resour-ces

Increase
in Poverty

Socials
Problems

Political
Instability

Exploitation of
Labourers

Causes of
unemployment
Rapid
growth of
population

Agriculture, a
seasonal Industry

Defective
Education System

Less saving and


investment

Lack of
employment
policy

Slow progress of
Industrialisation

Slow economic
growth

SURVEY ON
UNEMPLOYMENT IN
YOUTH IN
BASMA,NEAR
BANUR,DISTRICTPATIALA,PUNJAB,PIN
CODE-140601

SUGGESTIONS

Check on population

National employment policy

Strengthening Information Technology sector

Promoting rural non farm Activities

More Industrialisation

Promotion of Exports

Change in the Education system

Steps taken by government to


increase employment
Swaranjayanti Gram Swarozgar
yojana(SGSY)
It is the single self employment programme for the rural
poor. It was launched in Apirl, 1999.It aims at establishing
a large number of small enterprises in the rural areas. The
expenditure on SGSY is shared by the central and state
government in the ratio of 75:25. For north- eastern states
this ratio is 90:10.The SGSY is implemented by District
Rural Development Authority through the Panchayat
Samitis.The SGSY has now been restructured as National
Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM).

Micro, small and medium


enterprises
With a view to reducing
unemployment, government has
made special efforts to develop
micro, small and medium
enterprises. In 2009-10, as many
as 695 lakh persons were
employed in these industries.
Special incentives are given to
these enterprises in 11th five year
plan.

Development of organised sector


Many people are getting
employed in organised
public and private
sectors, such as,
industries, mining,
transport, construction
activities etc.In the year
2008-09, it provided
employment to 2 crore
and 81 lakh persons

Employment in twelve five


year plan
Creating

58 million new employment


oportunities

Reducing

unemployment rate to below 5 per

cent
Creating

quality jobs in organised sectors

Creating

non agriculture work oportunities


by creating jobs in industrial and service
sectors

Special

programmes aimed at target groups


such as weavers, artisans, craftmens etc.