Does the government of India pay any form of benefit to the unemployed?
If not, does the federal government provide free/subsidised education for those who wish to improve their knowledge/skills and, therefore, their chances of finding employment?
In Australia, a single unemployed person receives a payment of approxiamately A$430, a fortnight, in addition to heavily subsidised medical care.
There is currently no limit on the time for which such a payment can be made.
The unemployed are actively encouraged to undertake free/subsidised training to assist them find employment
We was called the "Socialist Republic of India" ....the concept of Federalism is something new, and so is benefits.
India took a different approach.
It went on a pro-proletarian PDS & CMP system (it is VERY malfunctional now, but that's a different matter). More so like the USSR's.
In Australia, you got a majority mercantile culture. Hey- I am no stranger to outbacks. The Mangle Bros Trikes :) But outbacks are still mercantile culture...
India isin't like that, it is a majority agrarian, population, which had ZERO history of mercantile activity or cosmopolitanism, for a long, long time.
So, the Socialist State we had after independence, was more into reducing cost of living, and focusing on subsidy drives. Like in Socialist India......we were staring at a Sub Saharan Africa like ...more