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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
The daily wage rate data received from the different villages are first normalized for eight hours working day and then the simple arithmetic average of these normalized daily wage rates is worked out. State-wise averages are restricted only to those occupations where the number of quotations is five or more in order to avoid inconsistency in wages paid to different categories of workers on account of difference in number of quotations. The average wage rates at all-India level are derived by dividing the sum total of wages of the measured states by the number of quotations. At all-India level also, the number of quotations for working out occupation-wise averages are restricted to five or more. State-wise as well as All-India average daily wage rates in respect of agricultural and non agricultural occupations in Rural India have been furnished in data. Agricultural occupations include Animal Husbandry incl Poultry, Dairy and Herdsman, General Agricultural incl Watering and Irrigation, Harvesting, Winnowing, Threshing, Herdsman, Horticulture incl Nursery Growers and Fishermen Inland, Loggers and Wood Cutters, Packaging,Picking, Plant Protection of Pesticides and Treating Seeds, Ploughing, Tilling, Sowing including Planting, Transplanting and Weeding, Threshing, Transplanting, Weeding, Well Digging, Cane Crushing and Winnowing etc. Non agricultural occupations include Blacksmith, Carpenter, Bamboo and Cane Basket Weavers, Handicraft, Cobbler, construction includes Roads, Dams, Industrial and Project Construction,Well Diggers, Electrician, Plumbers, Porters, Loaders, Sweeper, Sweeping, Cleaning, Tractor Driver, Unskilled Labors, Weavers and Beedi Makers.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) international definition of employment provides separate criteria for persons in paid employment and persons in self-employment in order to accommodate the idea that employment covers any work, be it for wage or salary, profit or family gain, including the production of goods for own consumption. State wise Employment data has been disaggregated by public and private sector. The Public Sector comprises establishments of Central Government, State Government, Quasi- Government (Central), Quasi-Government (State) and Local Bodies.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
Views 20,241
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
National Employment Service or Employment Exchange, operated by the Directorate General of Employment and Training, Ministry of Labour, runs over 900 Employment Exchanges in order to bring about a better matching of the demand for, and the supply of work opportunities. Job seekers register themselves with these Employment Exchanges and get notified as soon as any vacancy in the Government sector matches their desired profile. According to the Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 in any State or area thereof, the employer in every establishment in public sector in that State or area shall, before filling up any vacancy in any employment in that establishment, notify that vacancy to such employment exchanges as may be prescribed. Employment Exchanges play a significant role in assisting the youth in finding employment in paid jobs. They also assist them in starting Self-Employment Ventures through Vocational Guidance activities. Registering the applications of job-seekers and notifying them about vacancies, collection and dissemination of Employment Market Information, Vocational Guidance to students and the youth are the major functions of Employment Exchanges. The data contains information like number of employment exchanges, new registrations, live registrations, vacancies notified, placements effected etc.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
Views 4,981
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
Children out of school are the number of primary-school-age children not enrolled in primary or secondary school. The data desaggregated by social groups (Scheduled caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Class) and major religious communities (Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian).
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
Views 2,811
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
The place of birth (POB) is the place where a person was born. This place is often used in legal documents, together with name and date of birth, to uniquely identify a person. Percentage of live births disaggregated by population with No Education and population with more than 12 years of education. Live birth refers to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of a product of conception, irrespective of the duration of the pregnancy, which, after such separation, breathes or shows any other evidence of life - e.g. beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord or definite movement of voluntary muscles - whether or not the umbilical cord has been cut or the placenta is attached. Each product of such a birth is considered live born.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
Views 2,143
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
Child labour refers to the employment of children in any work that deprives children of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful. Data contains the percentage of de jure (According to the Law) children age 5-14 years, who were engaged in household chores, family work or in paid/unpaid work for an someone who is not the member of the household. Data is disaggregated by Gender, Social Groups and major religion communities.
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Last Updated: 17/02/17
Views 4,760
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
Percentage of households that have electricity facility for domestic use. Data is expressed as per cent. Data is disaggregated by location. Domestic use of the electricity may be for lighting or cooking or for both. Electricity may be used legally or illegally and the electricity may be supplied to the household either through public agencies, corporations or by private suppliers. However, if the household makes its own arrangement, either through generator or solar panel, to generate electricity, the household will not be considered as having electricity for domestic use. Data is disaggregated by Social Groups and major religion communities.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
Views 1,994
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literacy rate defined as percentage of persons aged 7 years and above who can read and write a short simple sentence with understanding for a given time period. Data is disaggregated by Social Groups and major religion communities.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
Views 4,880
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NITI Aayog/Planning Commission
The average annual expenditure incurred per student of age 5-29 years currently pursuing general education has been furnished in the Data. It is disaggregated by Social Groups and major religion communities.
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Last Updated: 09/07/15
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