The scheme aims to provide Rs five lakh health cover to 100 million of India's poorest families, spurring off employment opportunities during its implementation.
Rapid economic growth does indeed reduce unemployment rates in the short term, while a slowdown is associated with increase in unemployment. However, as a long-term effect of the economic growth, employment rate falls.
HCCB intends to maintain a leaner corporate office, while strengthening the sales and supply chain.
The Government is focussed on ensuring that the youth become employable and stop leaving the country in search of jobs.
Candidates without any work experience can also apply.
Employers will now be able to post job openings on their Facebook page.
This year’s budget also looks to be in line with the Modi government’s strong focus on creating jobs and encouraging skilling efforts, since it took over in May 2014.
These job vacancies will be created through the Rs 36,000-crore project given to the Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL).
To meet this demand and increasing business , immediate hiring is top priority for mobile payment companies.
The MoU signed by the two will ensure that all colleges affiliated with AICTE will adopt LinkedIn Placements.
According to the HSBC Global Report, 50 per cent of the expected 24 million jobs, to be created in India in the next decade, may come from the e-commerce sector.
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.
The latest report by IRENA predicts that India, the world's third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases but 127th in terms of per capita emissions, might generate a million jobs in the coming years.
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