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 A Gleam In The Obscure Sky 

Date of Publish - Tuesday, 19th December 2017
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A gleam in the obscure sky

In the 18th century, India’s share in the world economy was 25 percent,In today’ situation, the unemployment rate among the young age group of 15-29 years is 30.28 percent ,In the major countries of the word which is slightly smaller then South Africa’s 36.65 percent ,At the same time in China, this rate is 11.22 percent.

Artificial intelligence [A.I] is also a major challenge for employment, as the driverless car is the biggest example.According to a report by the World Economic Forum, robots have snatched up to 50 lakh people in the world by January 2016.

Remedial measures-

Innovation-Picture will replace from startup: According to a survey 33 thousand educated persons in India are coming daily in the job market, compared to the government only 500 people are employed, the private sector is decaying, the unorganized sector is not able to recover from Demonetization and G.S.T. currently startup is a better choice.

After the liberalization of the year 1991, the Indian economy itself made a dramatic change.Today the number of startups in the technology sector has increased to 5200, which will reach 11000 by the year 2020, more than 1000 startups have started this year alone.

According to a survey by I.T industry body Nasscom and consulting firm Janov, every fifth startup in India has been rising in small town Tier-2, Tier-3 cities, regardless of being a tradition hub here in the field of Health, education, energy, forming etc.the results are also surprisingly unfolding.

Indian biotech companies brought the price of insulin injections and Hepatitis-B vaccine from about 900 rupees to 6 rupees, while working in Bhopal Arikisswamy alumni brought the value of thyroid test kit to rupees 800,similarly student Yashodhan moray of Pune B.J. Medical college and its engineer Bhushan Darekar have developed a device called [HARPAL], it could be able to check the patients disease sitting away.

The Risk-Employment out of comfort zone.

Learn&Enlarge-Equivalent learning is essential, as companies like Infosys and cognizant have worked in line with the change.

New Field – Looking for possibilities to keep looking: In the future, In India, there is the potential to create the highest employment in the areas of construction, development of real estate, organized retail, beauty and health, transportation and logistics.

New Door-there is a possibility of generating huge employment opportunities in the areas such as professional drown industry, sensor, 3Dprintig, big data, Big factories, New house, Internet things analysis, etc.

Traditional Industries-Traditional industries have to be involved in innovation like Handloom, Handicrafts, Brick making, Food processing, etc.

Farming- 54 percent of the country’s population is related to farming, if there are opportunities for profit, then people will join, employment in solar energy, organic farming is an immense possibility.

 

 

Author :
Rajendra Kumar Jain IMIA016

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