Generation of Poverty and Employment in India

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Rubee Singh

Archana Raj

Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute (RBMI)

Date Written: 2018


Poverty and Employments Generation is one of the most significant goals of growth approach since the initiation of planning in India. The concept of sustainable economic growth that implies progressive changes in the socio-economic formation of a country or society in terms of eradicate poverty, unemployment and also inequality, illiteracy, malnutrition has been accepted as a proper intension to desire for. Anti-poverty and employment generation programmers are implementing a proper way to eradicate poverty and increasing employment generation. The present study uses the concept of “poverty and employment generation” to address the problems of poverty and employment generation in all state wise in India. The study analysis the state wise percentage of population below the poverty line, and to understand the number of poor and poverty ration of measured by Rangarajan committee and Tendulkar committee. The study analysis the growth of employment generation in economic sector, unemployment ratio and status of absolute employment ratio in major states and also poverty alleviation programmes in India This study is purely based on secondary data sources from ministry of labour and employment Govt. of India, Planning commission report and etc. The analysis will be done using the appropriate statistical tools and techniques.

Keywords: Poverty, Employment Generation & Poverty Alleviation

Suggested Citation

Singh, Rubee and Raj, Archana, Generation of Poverty and Employment in India (2018). International Journal for Innovative Engineering & Management Research, Vol. 07, No. 12, 2018. Available at SSRN:

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