JNU professor CP Chandrasekhar withdraws from Standing Committee on Statistics citing situation in university
The committee was constituted last month to improve the quality of data amid criticism of the government over political interferences and is scheduled to meet on 7 January, 2020
Indian economy struggles to expand with rising unemployment rates, stagnant wages, poor female participation in labour force
The unemployment rate of both male and female in urban areas in unambiguously higher than those in the countryside.
Under the work of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, there was a recorded growth of nearly 70 percent in household level toilets in 2015-16, increasing to 97.73 lakh individual toilets from 58.54 lakh in 2014-15, said Swachhta Status Report 2016 by the National Sample Survey Organisation(NSSO).
Nearly a quarter of the student population or 7-odd crore go to off-school tutorials. One thing is sure: Formal education in schools exists, but it does not deliver
What makes Biharis celebrate Chhat with such infectious enthusiasm in big cities? The answer to this question is linked closely to the issues of identity and migration.
The unemployment rate fell during the five year period ending 2009-10 has fallen from 3.8 percent to 2.8 percent across cities and towns.
Findings of the latest National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) only reaffirm the connection between poor levels of education and rate of unemployment among Muslim population, say experts who have studied the socio- economic patterns of the community.
Latest data released by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) has shown poverty levels across the country has reduced by 15 percent between 2004-05 and 2011-12.