Category Archives: Employment

Reservation for General Category: Historic or Just Election Gimmick?

The government today announced 10 per cent reservation in government jobs and higher education for economically weaker sections in the general category and said it would move a constitutional amendment bill to bring it into effect. The mega move, just months before the national election, was approved in a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister […]
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Human Capital Development: Solution to All the problems

By Prashant Jain Human Capital as the name suggest is the quality of people living in country. Its when people in a country are used as assets rather than a liability. Physical capital includes machinery, working capital etc. Japan and South Korea are very rich in human capital. Because of their huge investment in the […]
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The Unfulfilled Oaths

In 65 years of Indian Constitution, which is a contract between government and citizens, the most important thing considered synonymous with it is fundamental rights. Fundamental rights are set of clauses which government pledged to fulfill with immediate effect on 26th Jan 1950. Along with these rights, government also pledged to fulfill some clauses but […]
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GDP, National Income and Inflation

In our conversations we often use terms like GDP growth and inflation without knowing the exact definition of these terms. In this article, we try to provide a clearer picture of National Income and Inflation for our readers. Content has been kept simple and complex details have been neglected for the same reason.   Gross […]
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Manifesto Comparison, General Elections 2014 (7 of 9): Infrastructure

Current Situation: India has a one trillion infrastructure deficit over the next five years, according to finance minister P. Chidambaram. India is ranked 89th out of 142 countries for its infrastructure in 2011-12. 65% of all freight is transported by road resulting in high traffic. The planning commission has estimated that India needs 180 more […]
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