Growth in growing economies now not translating in jobs: Prof Awasthi

Prof IC Awasthi from the Institute of Human Development introduced a chain of lectures on “Employment Scenario in India” and on research methodology to the students and research scholars of the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) at varsity’s Green campus from twenty-seventh to twenty-ninth of June 2019.

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The theme of the primary lecture turned into “Employment Problems in Developing Countries.” He said that even though the growing economies have proven some growth, that increase has not translated into increased employment opportunities. He brought up that the boom in employment shouldn’t be on the funding price; otherwise, it might hit the long-run growth. The 2nd lecture is on “Unemployment state of affairs in India.” Prof Awasthi said, “India’s employment charge has been sharply declining.” “On one hand, nearly 1.2 crore humans are joining the job hunt in India annually, and alternatively, there hasn’t been any enormous introduction of task opportunities,” he said.

The 0.33 lecture became “Scientific Approach of Enquiry for Engaging in Studies.” The overall emphasis became on top studies’ necessities, from effectively identifying and formulating studies’ trouble to interpreting results. He additionally emphasized the critical assessment of the present literature. He said that the facts ought to be accrued during a qualitative observation until the entire population’s voice is contemplated in the pattern.

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