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Member of PM's Advisory Council Accused of 'Inventing' Employment Data Surjit Bhalla, who draws on CMIE’s database and EPFO data, notes that job creation in 2017 was likely 15 million. New Delhi: The head of the Centre for Monitoring of Indian Economy (CMIE) has accused economist Surjit Bhalla, who is a member of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC), of distorting and “dishonestly presenting” its nationwide employment survey to claim that India created 15 million jobs in 2017. The CMIE does...

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NREGA spending up, beneficiaries fewer -Basant Kumar Mohanty

-The Telegraph New Delhi: The government's spending on the rural job scheme increased 10 per cent in the last fiscal despite a matching decline in the number of beneficiaries because of deletion, challenging claims that weeding out bogus card-holders helped cut down on expenditure and pointing to the lack of jobs in rural areas. After verification, the government struck off the names of 1.62 crore job card-holders under the Mahatma Gandhi National...

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Mega survey to track jobs in small companies starts in April -Yogima Seth Sharma & Kirtika Suneja

-The Economic Times NEW DELHI: The government will have a brand new set of employment numbers to flash before the next general elections in 2019, which will highlight job creation. Under the first of its kind massive survey, which starts on the first week of April, the government wants to track Employment Generation in micro, small and medium enterprises that are currently out of the coverage of the social security net. The survey...

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Govt botched up NREGA: CAG Bhubaneswar: The state government lost its direction on execution of the biggest rural Employment Generation scheme–Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA). This was indicated in a Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) report on local bodies for the year ended March 2017. Briefing media about the findings of the audit report, Accountant General of Orissa Madhumita Basu said, “The per annum average income of the households (HHs) in...

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Govt hasn't set any target for job creation, Labour minister Santosh Gangwar says -Swati Mathur

-The Times of India NEW DELHI: Labour minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar told the Lok Sabha on Monday that the government had not set a target for job creation.   In a written response to INLD MP Dushyant Chautala’s question on employment over the past three years, Gangwar said, “No target has been set by the government. However, the Employment Generation ... is the priority concern of the Government (sic).” The minister said the government...

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