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Clear signs of economic distress to fore in Odisha. Suicides by economically vulnerable sections now 50 percent of the total vis-a-vis 29 percent in 2015
Bhubaneswar: The Budget Session of the Odisha Assembly on Thursday witnessed a total pandemonium over rising unemployment in the State as the Opposition targeted the defiant treasury bench in the House. During Question Hour today, BJP MLA and Leader of Opposition (LoP), Pradipta Naik targeted the Odisha government over unemployment issue and said that the […]
Bhubaneswar: Notwithstanding the high sounding claims by the Odisha government, the latest new payroll data released by the Employment Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on Monday bares the chinks in employment creation potential of Odisha. Sample The Acuteness in Odisha As on the end of August this year, Odisha has over 6.2 lakh unemployed youths, who […]
Bhubaneswar: Even as Odisha government is on the overdrive to bring investments into the State to give a boost to the employment generation, the state of joblessness seems to be on the rise in the State. A cursory glance at the registration of the unemployed youths from the State in the Union Ministry of Labour’s […]