Through the citizen-centric platform MyGov, join hands with the Government of India to tackle the unemployment issue.
Being in the grip of slowdown, India’s Job market needs stimulus. (1st) To turn the current tide with uptrend in hiring and new opportunities, the Narendra Modi Government is seeking people’s suggestions on policy reforms and ground level changes through ‘Job Creation’ Group.
Since the launch, the group has witnessed more than 42,000 members voicing their concerns and suggestions regarding job creation in the country.
More than 3,000 members have shared their opinions on checking the ‘brain drain’ as the country is losing some of the brightest minds to other nations due to lack of suitable opportunities here. Also, members have suggested ideas on creating more opportunities to encourage citizens of India. Discussion on creating better employment opportunities in rural areas also exhibited valuable suggestions from people. From encouraging entrepreneurship to developing industries and infrastructure, many useful suggestions have been shared through discussions.
Some of the suggestions are:
- Decentralization of industry can helpful to outcome from brain drain and more spiritual to small town development. Talent from rural India can work from nearest industrial area instead of travel to metro cities.
- Addressing the ‘brain-drain’ issue at root/local level and providing people/entrepreneur the platform and incubation; where they can do a LIVING with their IDEAS. Importance should be given to retaining BRAINS in their area, since ‘brain-drain at district/state level also brings imbalance to the uniform development within country. Provide financial support to college pass-out.
- Brain Drain can only be stopped by providing better work culture and satisfying salary.
- Developing infrastructure in remote areas will discourage migration to the cities.
Your contribution can make a big difference! To help the Government of India create more job opportunities for brighter prospects, please login at MyGov; take part in the discussions and undertake the tasks assigned.
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