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Technical Note on Employment for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007 – 2012)


  • Planning Commission Labour, Employment & Manpower Division


This 'Technical Note on Employment for the Eleventh Five Year Plan' presents the quantitative basis for determining the targets and projections on employment, and the related variables given in the Eleventh Five Year Plan document. While, in principle, each Chapter of the Plan document has an 'employment dimension', three Chapters of the Plan document that relate directly to this subject are: Employment Perspective and Labour Policy (Volume I, Chapter 4); Skill Development and Training (Volume I, Chapter 5); Social Security of Workers (Volume II, Chapter 4.2) [PLANNING COMMISSION]

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  • Planning Commission Labour, Employment & Manpower Division, 2009. "Technical Note on Employment for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007 – 2012)," Working Papers id:2037, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2037
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    Labour Force; Employment Targets; Unemployment Projections; Unemployment Projections; Employment Strategy; Eleventh Five Year Plan; Recommendations; Wages; Price Index;

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