Unemployed Youth in India: Problems and solutions of unemployment

Percent labor employment in India by its economic sectors

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1. The others category includes banking, insurance, health care, mining, electricity generation and distribution, water supply, fuel supply, social services, etc. 2. The data source above sub-classifies industry into manufacturing and non-manufacturi | Source

Indian graduates in a Jobless dilemma

Are you an unemployed youth in India?


Are you unemployed? Are you among unemployable? Are you behind the race? If it is like so you have to know the techniques to be employed and to rise up the corporate ladder like many others.

Read this HubPages article to get a blue collar or white collar job. India has the potential and so you!!!!

India is shining and progressing with an amazing growth rate. The growth rate of India is the second highest in the world after that of China. The youth force of India is contributing a lot to the same. It is believed that principal reason behind Indian progress is its youth force, highest in number in the world. However, there is a problem. Large numbers of Indian youth are not only unemployed but unemployable.

There are two new world leaders China in the manufacturing sector and India in the service sector. Large numbers of white, blue and green collar jobs are waiting for suitable candidates. Indian youth force, behind the progress of India, is mainly engaged in IT sector. India is a leader in software and the industry is continually offering white collar jobs besides some blue collars.

India is also a world leader in BPO (Business process outsourcing) and KPO (Knowledge process outsourcing). Large numbers of call centers are contributing to the industries and trades of America the US, UK, Australia, Japan, European Union, Canada and many other developed countries. BPO sector needs a large number of blue collars whereas KPO industries require and offer white collar jobs.

IT industries have seen a tremendous boom in India. This industry has employed a large number of educated youth with handsome salary. Normally, IT is the highest paid sector. Management, banking, finance, retail, telecommunication, entertainment etc. are some other new sectors that helped India in her tremendous growth.

Hiring and employment challenges in India

Typical problem for employers and employees


These sectors have started facing a typical problem. Despite large numbers of educated young, there is a shortage of skilled manpower. This is the dilemma. There are unemployed youths and the companies are facing a shortage of manpower.

A recent survey throws light on the problem, problems with the educated youth. They are mainly lacking three types of skills required in the industries.

1. Communication skill

2. Analytical skill and problem-solving

3. Domain.

While in interview approximately sixty percent candidates are screened due to lack of communication skills. Rest twenty-five percent are screened for analytical skills and five percent for their lack of knowledge in their respective domain. Hence, ninety percent of educated youth force are lacking in one of these three main skills required for job and employment.Only ten percent of the educated force of India is employable.

Employers are struggling hard to attract them with huge pay packages that are increasing their production cost significantly. The employers are losing their competitive edge in global markets. Global slowdown only adds to the crisis. Corporations are now facing the dual problem.

The problem lies in the education system. Indian education system has a mismatch with the requirements of the industries. Institutes teach whatever they want. They do not teach what industries require. Industries do not require what institutes teach. The syllabus committees have not been interfacing with the industries. Several big industries have to set-up their own in-house training program to fight the problem.

Most of the newly employed youths are compulsorily undergone employers own training program. This enhances the cost of employers enormously. It also wastes time.

An Indian call center

 Indian call center handling BPO works
Indian call center handling BPO works | Source

Individual and collective aspects of The problem and solution


As an individual, you have to choose courses carefully. You have to interact with the industries to know their requirements.You must choose an institute very carefully. Ensure that they are covering above mentioned three aspects in their syllabus. It is in your best interest to ensure that your institute is interfacing with the requirements of industries before you admit it.

What should be done as a general measure to solve the problem?

The one point solution of the problem is a change in education system, a radical change. There must be an interface among Government bodies looking after education, Universities, all India committee of technical education and representatives of the industries. The institutes must educate as per industries' needs.

Have these done, India will not face the problem of un-employ-ability and the youth force of India will not remain unemployed.

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Are you already a pass out of an institute and still unemployed? ? Are you disgusted and depressed? facing tough times in your life? Are you unable to find a way out? Do not worry. Be hopeful. There is an opportunity for you too.

You can motivate yourself to start your own business. It is not very difficult. Business does not require a huge amount of money as opposite to popular belief. The qualities you need to start a business is attitude, knowledge, and will to start your own business.

It is better to be trained under a skilled and successful business owner and need not bother for an admission in a reputed institute. A successful businessman can teach you much more than a renowned institute. Moreover, he will train it practically instead of mere theoretically.

Once you find a successful businessman, ask him for an apprenticeship. It will be in your best interest not to ask money or salary for the same. If he gives any compensation, it is good. If he does not pay, do not bother. Try to learn best practices in business.

Think the business house as an institute. Do not take it as a job. Learn as much as you can. This will be proved a lifetime asset for you. It will then probably enable you to start your own business and get full control of your economic and financial life.

Working under NREGA scheme

Rural villages digging out a silted-up water tank in their community as part of the Rural National Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), a scheme where every Indian is guaranteed the right to 100 days paid work in a year for unskilled manual labor.
Rural villages digging out a silted-up water tank in their community as part of the Rural National Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), a scheme where every Indian is guaranteed the right to 100 days paid work in a year for unskilled manual labor. | Source

NREGA program of the Indian government


Indian government runs National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, NREGA scheme to guarantee all rural people of India 100 days job. The scheme is for the unskilled workforce. Union government of India funds this scheme and the respective state governments have responsibilities to rub NREGA.

NREGA has covered almost all of rural area in the country and creates millions of jobs to the villagers. The scheme has become a tool in poverty elimination in India that also help fighting starvation and malnutrition.

Corruption and scams hit this project that causes defamation. Despite all its flaws it helped Indian unskilled workforce to get jobs.

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Modi government will focus on youth employment

Narendra Modi, skill India and employment


Narendra Modi took charge as Indian Prime Minister on May 26, 2014, replacing Dr. Manmohan Singh. He has announced skill development as his priority. The Indian government has made provisions in the budget for the same.

Narendra Modi and his government are committed to developing skills among youth in India to make the dreams "Make in India" and "Made in India" true. He has invited investors from across the globe to invest in manufacturing sectors in India. Japanese investors have responded well to his call during his recent visit to Japan. He has assured them red carpet welcome.

The slogan "Make in India" can only become true if Indian people have enough and adequate skills to support its industries. Skill development program will certainly increase the employability of Indian youth.

India will need more Industrial training institutes and relevant courses to increase the employability of young India. The quality of technical education and industry interfacing will play a vital role in this regard.

Narendra Modi will be addressing Indian students today evening and we are looking forward to his speech. Indian people know that their Prime Minister is workaholic and values his commitment. Let us hope for the best.

(Updated September 5, 2014)

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JYOTI KOTHARI 5 months ago from Jaipur Author

I am not fully agree with Ravi Rajpurohit. A retired person can benefit an organization through his or her vast experience.


ravirajpurohit 6 months ago

after retirement there should ban for jobs in private as well in other sectors as opportunity should be given to unemployed.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 17 months ago from Jaipur Author

It i indeed truth that unemployment is a big problem but suicide is no solution. This is utter cowardliness. "Make in India" - http://hubpages.com/business/Make-in-India-Made-in... and :Skill India" program of Modi government will help solving unemployment and underemployment problems.


Debdut 17 months ago

As an underemployed undepaid commerce graduate I will say that Long-term unemployed/underemployed people shall commit suicide, if they have the gut to do so. There is no prospects of living for such peoples.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 19 months ago from Jaipur Author

Thanks John for your insightful comment.


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Jan Grossmann 19 months ago from Czech Republic, Zlín

Thank you for the article..It is the problem in many countries, the educational system is rigid and not flexible, teaching students to memorise instead of practicsng skills applicable to a work market. It definitelly helps to discuss it and ask government to change it. It is a fight worth fighting.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 2 years ago from Jaipur Author

Jayamta,

I understand your frustration as it is true in most cases. However, Arun Jaitliy tried to address these issues in this budget. I wish some changes will come especially for the north east. I suggest you to write directly to PMO using facebook page PMO..


kalyani 2 years ago

it is really very use full topic to the unemployed youth

It is really heart touching


jayanta 2 years ago

indian govt doesnot do anything for the indian youths, lack of finance to set up a business, there is no financial institution in villages, indian financial institution are lack of planning in remote areas for finances , lack of rural banking facilities, lack of transportation, lack of roadways, even the loan provided by the govt such as pmegp and kvic are given to the youths after a huge amount of paying corruption amount, such as in pmegp there is a 30 t0 35 % subsidy from where we have have to pay nearly 18% as corruption amount to the loan issuing authorities, moreover not only this the rate of interest to the new commers is to very high before starting business the youth have to thing about its emi. no indian govt cannot be able to solve unemployment problem in india, especially in northeast india.


asdfg 2 years ago

job for 35 years graduate


Mylindaminka 3 years ago

8. Абу-Даби Последние цен на недвижимость падает в быстро растущей столице ОАЭ Абу-Даби, самый богатый и самый крупный из всех семи государств, ОАЭ, были далеко не столь серьезными, как в соседнем Дубае.


LakchickPat 3 years ago

My partner and i accustomed to get high on lifestyle nevertheless as of late We've established a new opposition.


Vipin 4 years ago

Govt. provides jobs to youth early because many people have acros fourty 5 year those people do not work


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JYOTI KOTHARI 4 years ago from Jaipur Author

I am doing something for rural area. Do you want to start a business there?


SAPNA 4 years ago

WHAT WE CAN DO FOR INDIA'A RURAL AREAS?

NO ONE WANT TO GO THERE FOR START A BUSINESS THERE?

HOW THEY CAN DEVELOPED?


kondaa 4 years ago

Hi,

and

Thank you very much for your suggestion.

I am on it.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 4 years ago from Jaipur Author

Thanks for posting such an interesting and useful comment. However, my son is in IT business and you can contact him info@vardhamaninfotech.com for job.

Jyoti Kothari


kondaa 4 years ago

Hi,

where is the comment posted by me?


kondaa 4 years ago

Hi,

Jyoti Kothari,

and

Every one.

I am one of them who are facing this problem.I am a B-Tech graduate currently looking for a JOB, but I am unable to--- .A part from that

"Unemployed Youth of India: Problems and Solutions"

This is a good hub going on here.

Every one is making comments on GOVERNMENT, Academic Syllabus, Industry Requirements and relation between them and related things that are causing this problem.

You are all right but according to me this is a lope of six problems we will never come out of it according to current situation. But it will take another 60 years to come out of this loop with the contribution of a strong involvement by a community of tired-less hard people.

AND I AM ALWAYS WORKING ON IT.

SIX PROBLEMS:

1. parents

2. students

3. Educational Institutes

4. Industries

5. GOVERNMENT.

6. POLITICIANS(Political based Financial agreements and traps by OUR Politicians Attracted to Personal Benefits offered by OUTER COUNTRIES for their own benefits)

MONEY and POSITION these two are the main things that are making the above six things as SALVES for ever.

The sixth thing is ruling the remaining five things.

So the fifth one is acting as a catalyst in a chemical reaction.

fourth one is always think about how to earn money by completing their Projects.But sometimes they will struggle about manpower but consultancies will solve that problem by providing Highly educated people for small payments.

And the THIRD one is a Devil for students as well as for patents. It will drink blood of parents in the form of money and the blood of students by creating competition in the market and by providing the Quality-less education that will not useful to get the job.

And the second one is the only resource for the others.It thinks it knows every thing but it don't use it's power to over come their own problems.

The first one, it is selfish thing. And it is good for their own Second one. And it never think about country's future. It always compares their financial status with others and always forces their own second ones.

like this Every one is cause for this.

So first of all every one have to think about it and discuss about it and convert it in to an action. But do not leave it as a discussion.

opinion Discussion Action.

I think I am not arguing with any one. After brief discussions and in depth observation I have got this opinion.

CONCEPT:Unemployed Youth of India.

PROBLEMS:1.Parents with multiple purpose and multiple directional desires about their children in their mind, who may or may not have knowledge about our Education system AND if any one asks who might answer like "we are doing this for our children's best future " and so on--------.

2. Students who are forced by parents of different categories as mentioned above. Students with blurring goals. Skilled Students who are attracted to high pay-scale jobs that are neither related to their goals not related to Academic Subject.Students who are influenced by other high salaried job holders.----e.t.c.

Think about other things as you can.

where are we!?

Think about our country's growth.

In which direction we are growing.

Financial growth is not a growth.


Budhi Nath Prajapati 4 years ago

As i experience the trend of persons who are getting rich by procuring assets illegly are increasing and hence the morality of the hard labourar under depression. Corruption should be removed and a better Judicial system certainly guide a better future for the unemployed


kriti 4 years ago

i think there is no link between the education system and employment.they are pole apart.what should be kept in mine is not education but companies offering jobs....bcz self employment does nt pay back that well..India needs to expand industries and not education


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JYOTI KOTHARI 5 years ago from Jaipur Author

Network marketing is spreading in India by leaps and bounce. It is helping unemployed youths. Thanks.


Nakul kumar sagar 5 years ago

I think to fight with unemployment there is one and only opportunity in india is Network Marketing,The future of coming india.


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Gaurav siddidque 5 years ago

Sir i want paper submit in my college on ur topic !


venkatram 5 years ago

I am ready to help any unemployed or a fresher to get a Job

if they would undergo a 3 weeks training.If interested they can get in touch with me on venkatram.murthy@gmail.com


Meenakshi Gairola 5 years ago

Dear Mr. Kothari,

Although your hubpage thoughts are a good 2years old, the problem you have mentioned is very much relevant till date. I agree that our educational system is much flawed and the government has an important role to play.

However, in a developing economy the role of NGOs and society in solving the problem of unemployment can come in handy in the presence of a crippled government.

We at Unnati, have trained for free and provided employment in reputed organizations for over 1500 underprivileged, unemployed youth(above 18yrs) in the last few years. The vocations could be BPO, retail, guest care office/ hotels, industrial painting, industrial tailoring, driving. Based on the youth's educational background, attitude and aptitude, a suitable vocation is selected and in 70days the transformation is there to see.

For more information please visit www.unnatiblr.org

Regards

Meenakshi

email: meenakshi.gairola@gmail.com


Rachna 5 years ago

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I look forward to hearing from you!

Regards,

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Ashoka's Changemakers

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kpnvanusha 5 years ago

thank you very much

iknow many things about it

it is very useful to me


mohan 5 years ago

i want to certification exam (sap sd) but i dont have enough money can u help regarding this

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Priyanka 5 years ago

Hi Jyoti,

You have done excellent job by creating this platform. I think, every university syllabus committee should organize meetings with industrialist or technical managers. I am talking specifically about engineering. Currently I'm working as an Electrical Engineer but I'hv to admit that whatever I studied in BE (E&TC) was nowhere useful and it was all outdated syllabus. Here you can not blame students. They work hard to score good mark but at the same time syllabus should worth it. Professors should take open book exams in the class and should test the problem solving abilities of students. On the other hand, engineering assignments and journals means copy paste. This is a very serious problem. Every university must update their syllabus according to industry and technology development.


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H P Roychoudhury 6 years ago from Guwahati, India

India is shining as you rightly said in your hub and that is in service sector and not in manufacturing sector unlike China. It is only the IT sector and the IT boys of India have brought glory to India. But it is a dependable sector and not an independent sector as like that of manufacturing sector. It depended on developed country like US, UK, Australia, Japan, European Union, Canada and many other developed countries. BPO sector needs large number of blue collars. KPO industries require and offer white collar jobs. That is why US very often bringing lot of restriction on IT Indian companies in USA. If we come to the question of unemployment, we can not and should not be satisfied with few such IT industries where only a very insignificant percentage of Indian population is employed. You rightly said every business house is an Institute. It is not the only theoretical few Institute of India who can solve the unemployment problem but produce a few individual for white collar job only bringing a demoralizing effect on the other skills of rural sector. What was said by Gandhi once was correct. Unemployment can not be solved in India bypassing the rural skill and small scale industries apart from big industries. Gandhi showed it through his while of Charka.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Dinesh,

Thanks for your comment.

Jyoti Kothari


B.V.DINESH 6 years ago

Government should take action and should check the unemployment persons


sd 6 years ago

Dear Mr. Kothari,

My Dad has created a lot of articles on the current issues and their solutions and would like you to review them and provide your valuable feedback. He has them on www.indiaingrips.com

Regards


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Khokan,

Thanks for comment. The problem is for both private and public sectors.

Thanks,

Jyoti Kothari


Khokankarmakar 6 years ago

Work ina private sector


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Inkerror,

Thanks for commenting. You have provided valuable suggestions.

Achievers should help.

Thanks,

Jyoti Kothari


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inkerror 6 years ago from chennai

Hi nice article...

I have something to add. People from villages of india have these difficulties. How can we solve these problems? We people who get rare chances to get good education and all have to come forward and help them to come to mainstream.Often what happens is people who get succeeded in life forget their past and move way from the their old place. We should be ready go back through our path of life and help the people we meet there.Helping doesn't means giving money, it simply means sharing the knowledge you aquired in your life from your experience. Every one should ready to do that, we can not simply blame the government for all these problems. We have to join the great effort to make our people smile.

thanks

Expecting more on "Starting Business" from you.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Rupa Sen,

Thanks for your comment. I am partially agree with your view. Large numbers of Indian youth are doing well. They have their dream and goal.

However, in many cases, your observation is true.

Jyoti Kothari


Rupa sen 6 years ago

90% of Indian youth donot have a dream .They take education as something they've got to pursue as an engagement business.Lack of seriouness,and hollow concept about themselves and the fast changing market make them a liability of the society.Alittle awareness about the market around would definitely make them choose the right subjects that would latter fetch them a decent job as livelihood also they would be more prpductive to the society


Bikash Sao 6 years ago

we appreciate ur Ideas..

u saying about only for educated student... bt what about uneducated or poor student... they havnt money to get highly education... some student can do it ..coz ...they have good intelligence...bt what about rest of the student those are not intelligent...percentage is 70%... we have to think about all them... i have some ideas for them...

india suffering for a big problem that is work ..lack of work... we have to create work... them we can solve unemployment problem... india has big man power country.. we have to use it... ...how can we create the work ...that we have to solve...i will b touch with u....


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Selva,

Concept about politicians are similar everywhere in the world. Most of the people are money minded nowadays. Why only to blame the politicians?

Politicians are always at the top of the economy-Pyramid, so they reap the maximum benefit of any system.

It is to be remembered that we the people elect them. Why are not we careful while voting and electing them. It is observed in many surveys that educated and upper class people are reluctant to poll. We should come forward to eradicate corrupt politicians!

Thanks for comments.

Jyoti Kothari


selva 6 years ago

The politicians never allow any Govt. to solve the problems of unemployed youth. Because all private Institutes are run by them and their money mined colleagues. How do we expect a severe action from them to solve the problems of unemployment?

They want only money. They won't care about the future of Indian youths. Companies always give preference to fake experienced people. They won't even check if the candidate is properly got the degree.

A sudden Change in Educational system is impossible in India. They can only change the Syllabus not their money mined principles.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Suresh,

Gems and Jewelry trade is also facing hurdles from global slow down. However, new trend will trigger new employment. Every body has to understand that change is the Mantra for survival in this time.

Thanks for commenting.

Jyoti Kothari


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Moqueeth,

Thanks for your comment and willingness to help. How can you help?

Jyoti Kothari


MOQEETH 6 years ago

I WILL HELP TO POOR PEAPLE


Beri Sequeira 6 years ago

The problem with the education system is that they pressurize student as much as possible with the work load and just expect them to be motivated on their own. There is very little emphasis on truly inspiring any student. Once any student is truly inspired they will definitely stand out in their field.

I feel that many very successful students are motivated only because of their need to make a living. That kind of motivation won't necessarily last lifelong. The other factor that is almost completely ignored is time management and balance. Students are expected to ignore all other aspects of their life other than studies. Sports are taught at schools but are not sufficiently encouraged. The attitude of most teachers towards sports is negative.

Maintaining balance in life especially under highly stressful situations is a very important factor in professional as well as personal success. This is also mostly ignored.


meenakshi 6 years ago

really reapectable account!


gopal s y 7 years ago

can u give me business tips


Yashwant 7 years ago

Indumati,

Try to concentrate on your work.

Thanks,

Yashwant


Indumati 7 years ago

Useful hub you've created.. Just one thing I'm having trouble with while reading... it is concentrating. I have extreme troubles in concentrating while studying and it has affected my studies to a large extent. Please tell me any ways to improve my concentration.


Jeniffer 7 years ago

Hi Jyoti,

Excellent article. I hope Indian students and education authorities will come up to resolve the problems of unemployed youth.

I am an Indian and wish Indian youth good luck in field of employment.

You have added a good option of starting own business and given nice tips for that.

This will go up in search engines and will show path to many.

Jeniffer

Thanks.


Indian lady 7 years ago from India

Jyoti Kothari,

"Unemployed Youth of India: Problems and Solutions"

This is an excellent hub about Indian Young generation. There are some faults or lope holes in education system. However, India is emerging as a leader in education sector and they will rectify these problems soon.

Youth force will reign.

Thanks.

I rated this article up.

Indian Lady


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JYOTI KOTHARI 7 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Anjali,

We need a total change in our education system. It should be nased on what indusries want. Regualr interraction between industries and institutions is needed.

Thanks for comemnting in my hub Unemployed Youth of India: Problems and Sollutions

Jyoti Kothari


Anjali Kapadia 7 years ago

Hi Jyoti,

This is a typical problem with Indian youth. There are jobs but no suitable candidates. There are candidates but no suitable job.

How be this prolem solved?

Anjali


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JYOTI KOTHARI 8 years ago from Jaipur Author

Sooon they will face. Recession will soon be declared officially.


fuziama 8 years ago

It may be for India but we do not face in?Japan.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 8 years ago from Jaipur Author

As i have mentioned in the hub an interface is necessary. Social awareness is to be created to rethink education.


mdainpro 8 years ago

your comments is really worth as Lot more is needed from Govt. Machinery as well as Socially.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 8 years ago from Jaipur Author

The Govt did not work upon. They never took it seriously. That is why the position is.


john schmit 8 years ago

If it is that you are saying, the Govt must act upon.

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