Union general secretary of the association, Rajiv Saini said that since the Education department had sanctioned 3,216 posts of computer teachers, which were lying vacant, the government should adjust the working computer teachers to the respective posts.
“The CM claimed that maximum investments and job creation have taken place in Maharashtra during his tenure. This is nothing but a big lie... When I seek figures from them, they refuse to place the actual facts... because they don’t have anything to show,” Ashok Chavan said.
According to a Care Ratings study which compiled data reported by 969 companies in their annual reports over the last three years shows that these companies added 5.84 lakh individuals in the job cycle.
The PLFS, however, said “compared to the quinquennial rounds, in 2017-18 the unemployment rates in both usual status (ps+ss) and CWS were higher for both males and females”, but added that the figures have to be read with explanatory note for comparability.
Education didn’t get them jobs, governments didn’t get them change, and polls pass them by. To find out how elections touch daily life, The Indian Express veers off the campaign trail to spend a week in UP’s Malaka, in one of India’s most backward areas. Will this election be any different in this village in Fatehpur, which every time changes the incumbent party in hope of vikas?