In India’s rural economy, there are four sectors that have made significant gains.
These sectors are agriculture, industry, mining, and services.
All four have been expanding at a steady pace, but the agriculture sector has seen the biggest growth.
While this is great news for farmers, it has caused a major problem for the industry.
As agriculture and mining have expanded, there is a demand for skilled labour.
While there are many people who are able to take the jobs, there’s no room for them in rural India.
There is a lack of skilled labour in these sectors.
The biggest challenge for the rural population is how to fill this shortage of skilled workers.
It’s not just a problem of the demand, but also a problem in the supply of the skilled labour as the shortage has created new jobs that were previously unutilised.
The first step to solving this shortage is for the government to implement the new Rural Jobs Guarantee Scheme.
The scheme provides subsidies to businesses that hire trained workers in rural areas.
The Scheme was implemented in 2016.
This scheme will be extended to 2020-21.
In rural areas, there will be a minimum wage of Rs.1.15 lakh per month for each household, and a maximum wage of $5,000 per month.
A minimum of 1,200 jobs will be created in these areas.
This will help to fill the gap of the lack of trained workers.
This is the first step towards creating jobs in rural communities.
While the schemes are a great first step, there still needs to be much more to be done.
For instance, we need to provide more incentives for companies that hire the skilled workers in order to fill vacancies in the local sector.
We need to create incentives to companies that invest in training, to incentivise the training sector to invest in hiring more skilled workers, and to create better incentives to employers to hire people in their own territory.
Another issue that the rural community faces is that there is no clear understanding of how much government spending can be put towards the development of the local economy.
This creates a huge incentive for corporations to take jobs in the rural areas and invest in infrastructure projects.
While infrastructure is a key priority for India, the rural communities in the country have been unable to access it.
It is estimated that 70% of rural households do not have access to a water supply or power supply.
In the last 10 years, there have been a number of schemes that have been introduced that have helped the rural economies, but none of them have been able to reach the rural society.
The Government of India should ensure that the scheme that was introduced in 2016 is implemented in the same manner as it was in 2016, and that this scheme will have a positive impact on the rural development.
A good start in rural development is a very important step to create jobs in India.
As more people become educated, they will help create jobs and boost the local economies.
The last step to creating jobs is to create the skills of the people.
A person who is trained to be a doctor, engineer, lawyer, or pharmacist is more than likely to be the next person that a family is looking for for jobs.
The skill of a person will give them a good shot at finding jobs in a fast-growing industry.
It will also help in the creation of new jobs in other sectors of the economy.
In this context, it is essential that we continue to increase the investment in training for rural jobs, and create more jobs in remote areas.