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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

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Asked by Michael Gamble, 08 May '08 11:39 pm
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Yes, it pays itself instead. Are you kidding me. Indian Government pay something? Its an oxymoron.
Answered by Lal, 08 May '08 11:48 pm

 
  
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Many "neo-con" era ppl will respond, but the India you see now is not India :) It's India Inc and "everyone can commit suicide in groups" Ltd.,

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
Answered by A Moin, 08 May '08 11:58 pm

 
  
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