Unemployment rate decreased in Bhupesh government
Raipur. Chhattisgarh has seen astonishing figures in unemployment rate compared to last year. In the tenure of Raman Singh, the unemployment rate in the state was 22.2 percent in September 2018. Whereas during the tenure of the Congress party this figure is 5.1 percent in August this year.
Data from the Center for Monitoring of the Indian Economy show that there has been a significant change in the unemployment rate figures before the Assembly elections held last year and since the formation of Bhupesh Baghel’s government in the state.
According to the data, the unemployment rate in Chhattisgarh was 12.7 in October 2018, 5.5 in November, and 4.7 percent in December.
This year i.e. in January 2019, the unemployment rate in Chhattisgarh has been 7.9 percent, 7.3 percent in February, 3.7 percent in March, 3.4 percent in April, 9.8 percent in May, 8.1 percent in June, 5.5 percent in July and 5.1 percent in August.
Statistics show that between January and April 2019, the labor participation rate in Chhattisgarh was 42. 98 percent. The unemployment rate in the state during this period was 5. 52 percent.
Meanwhile, unemployment rate among graduates or above educated people stood at 10.90%. Similarly, the unemployment rate among students studying from 10th to 12th was 10.67 percent. The unemployment rate among educated people ranged from sixth to eighth, at 3.79 percent.
But if we talk about Raman Singh’s tenure before the election, between September and December 2018, the labor participation rate in Chhattisgarh was 44.70 percent. The unemployment rate in the state during this period was 11.29 percent.
The unemployment rate among the graduates or more educated was 15.18 percent. Similarly, the unemployment rate among those studying from 10th to 12th was 18.08 percent. Even the unemployed rate of educated people from sixth to eighth was 13.18 percent. TNIS