Hindustan Times (Bathinda) - - HARYANA -

Apro­pos the news re­port, ‘19 posts of pe­ons, sweep­ers: Techie, post­grads on 9,500 ap­pli­cants’ list’ (HT, Nov 14), one of the ma­jor prob­lems the coun­try faces is un­em­ploy­ment. How­ever, the au­to­ma­tion of works has com­pli­cated the un­em­ploy­ment prob­lem in In­dia. The highly so­phis­ti­cated ma­chiner­ies are run by skilled and trained peo­ple. It is gov­ern­ment’s re­spon­si­bil­ity to pro­vide work to peo­ple. But the num­ber of the un­em­ployed per­sons in the coun­try is in­creas­ing at an alarm­ing rate. The em­ploy­ment prob­lem among ed­u­cated youth is a se­ri­ous one. For ev­ery va­cancy, there are dozens of ap­pli­cants. Vi­jay­ata Sharma, Jalandhar

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