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[IWS] INDIA: EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION AMONG SOCIAL GROUPS IN INDIA [13 March 2015]

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School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

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Government of India

Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation

 

EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION AMONG SOCIAL GROUPS IN INDIA [13 March 2015]

NSS 68th Round (July 2011-June 2012)

http://mospi.nic.in/Mospi_New/upload/nss_rep_563_13mar15.pdf

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[full-text, 419 pages]

 

This report presents information on selected aspects of employment and unemployment and some other

features pertaining to people belonging to four social groups viz., Scheduled Tribe (ST), Scheduled Caste (SC),

Other Backward Class (OBC) and others. This report contains three chapters and five appendices. The main

findings, relating to the estimates given in this report, are presented in Chapter Three.

 

Contents

Chapter One Introduction 1-8

Chapter Two Concepts and Definitions 9-20

Chapter Three Summary of Findings 21-237

Section1: Households and Population 21-37

Section2: Labour force, Employed and Unemployed 37-50

State Tables 51-237

Appendix A Detailed Tables A-1-A-119

Appendix B Sample Design and Estimation Procedure B-1-B-8

Appendix C Projected Population C-1-C-2

Appendix D Schedule on Employment and Unemployment (Sch. 10) D-1-D-16

Appendix E RSEs of worker population ratio (WPR) E-1

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