REASONS OF IRREGULAR ECONOMIC DISTRIBUTION IN INDIA !!!!

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REASONS OF IRREGULAR ECONOMIC DISTRIBUTION IN INDIA !!!!

  1. 1. Wow I can see Indian people dancing eating, shopping … UnEmployment AND PoVerty
  2. 2. Contents  Meaning of unemployment  Effects of unemployment  Causes of unemployment  Types of unemployment  Suggestions to solve unemployment problem  Steps taken by Government to increase Employment  Employment in Eleventh five year plan
  3. 3. Meaning of Unemployment Unemployment means a situation in which people are willing to work, at the existing rate of wage, but they do not
  4. 4. Loss of Human Resour-ces Increase in Poverty Socials Problems Effects of Unemployment
  5. 5. Political Instability Exploitatio- n of Labourers
  6. 6. unemployment Rapid growth of population Automation Agriculture, a seasonal Industry Defective Education System
  7. 7. Less saving and investment Lack of employment policy Slow progress of Industrialisation Slow economic growth
  8. 8. Open Unemployment Under Unemployment Educated Unemployment Industrial Unemployment Rural Unemployment  Urban Unemployment Seasonal Unemployment Frictional Unemployment Structural Unemployment Cyclical Unemployment Types of Unemployment
  9. 9. SUGGESTIONS  Check on population  National employment policy  Strengthening Information Technology sector  Promoting rural non farm Activities  More Industrialisation  Promotion of Exports  Change in the Education system
  10. 10. Steps taken by government to increase employment Swaranjayanti Gram Swarozgar yojana(SGSY)
  11. 11. Employment in eleventh five year plan  Creating 58 million new employment oportunities  Reducing unemployment rate to below 5 per cent  Creating quality jobs in organised sectors  Creating non agriculture work oportunities by creating jobs in industrial and service sectors  Special programmes aimed at target groups such as weavers, artisans, craftmens etc.
  12. 12. POVERTY IN INDIA
  13. 13. CONTENTS • Basic Introduction • Factors • Rate Of Change of Poverty In India • Impact • Actions Taken • Actions Needed • Conclusion
  14. 14. What is Poverty…? • A condition in which the person lacks possession of material or money. • Absolute poverty is referred to a condition where the person can’t even satisfy his basic needs of food, clothes and shelter. • Example can be referred to the slums in cities.
  15. 15. A DEFINATION TO POVERTY
  16. 16. Factors • Changing trends in a country’s economy • Environmental problems such as lack of rainfall. • Lack of education • Overpopulation LACK OF EDUCATION
  17. 17. Impact Of Poverty • Over utilization of natural resources. • Illegal land grabbing. • Child antisocial behavior. • Reduced average life time. • Increase in crime rate.
  18. 18. POVERTY IN DIFFERENT STATES OF INDIA
  19. 19. MEASURES TAKEN • Starting welfare state and charities. • Initiative of BPL and ration cards • Decrease the cost of living • Make healthcare free and accessible to all • Providing free education till 5th grade • Starting employment schemes like NREGA • Reduced taxes
  20. 20. A PICTURE OF DEVELOPING INDIA
  21. 21. POVERTY NOW AND THEN…
  22. 22. What Else can be done..? • Government job creation schemes. • Relaxation of taxes to poor people. • Efforts for free education. • Providing more subsidies.
  23. 23. Efforts As An Individual • Aim for creating jobs instead of looking for jobs. • Can teach poor people in order to increase literacy rate. • Should donate generously.
  24. 24. Future Aspects Some schemes such as National Rural Livelihood Mission, Swabhiman, Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana have been passed lately in order to deal with poverty… Future schemes can’t be forecasted but in the elections of 2014 poverty has been put up as a major issue… So we can hope for a better tomorrow of India.
  25. 25. CONCLUSION • Though a sharp bend is seen in poverty rate from 1981 to 2009 but poverty is still at large. • The government makes schemes to eradicate poverty but poor people are eradicated instead. • In order for a bright future we need to remove poverty completely and build a ‘POVERTY FREE NATION’....
  26. 26. Thank You Made By- Suraj Patwal -11338 Ayush Jain- 11381 Rattan Kumar-11389 Akshay- 11302

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