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Employment in Nepal
Abstract:
Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base on employment still remains so weak is perhaps the best indicator of this. The Fourth Plan (1970-75) for the first time paid some attention to the emerging employment problem. From the Fifth Plan (1975-80) onwards, attempts were made to define policies for employment promotion and poverty alleviation. Some efforts were also made to generate information; a survey of employment, income distribution and consumption patterns was conducted by the National Planning Commission in 1977 and another survey was conducted by the Nepal Rashtra Bank In 1984-85. #ProblemsRelatingToEmployment #EconomicPolicies #PovertyAlleviation
Publisher: SAATH, ILO Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
EMPLOYMENT FACALITIES, LABOUR MARKET CONDITIONS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, AGRICULTURE, COTTAGE INDUSTRIES, SMALL INDUSTRIES, TOURISM, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, POPULATION, MIGRATION STATUS
Thematic Group:
ILO, (1997)
Thesaurus:
12.01.00 - Employment Promotion And Planning
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Feeder: DINA JANGAM, Editor: SANJIYA SHRESTHA, Auditor:
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Employment in Nepal
Abstract:
Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base on employment still remains so weak is perhaps the best indicator of this. The Fourth Plan (1970-75) for the first time paid some attention to the emerging employment problem. From the Fifth Plan (1975-80) onwards, attempts were made to define policies for employment promotion and poverty alleviation. Some efforts were also made to generate information; a survey of employment, income distribution and consumption patterns was conducted by the National Planning Commission in 1977 and another survey was conducted by the Nepal Rashtra Bank In 1984-85.
Publisher: SAATH, ILO Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
EMPLOYMENT FACALITIES, LABOUR MARKET CONDITIONS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, AGRICULTURE, COTTAGE INDUSTRIES, SMALL INDUSTRIES, TOURISM, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, POPULATION, MIGRATION STATUS
Thematic Group:
ILO, (1997)
Thesaurus:
12.01.00 - Employment Promotion And Planning
PDF | File Size: 1.17 MB   Download
Feeder: DINA JANGAM, Editor: SANJIYA SHRESTHA, Auditor:
...
Employment in Nepal
Abstract:
Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base on employment still remains so weak is perhaps the best indicator of this.The Fourth Plan (1970-75) for the first time paid some attention to the emerging employment problem. From the Fifth Plan (1975-80) onwards, attempts were made to define policies for employment promotion and poverty alleviation. Some efforts were also made to generate information; a survey of employment, income distribution and consumption patterns was conducted by the National Planning Commission in 1977 and another survey was conducted by the Nepal Rashtra Bank In 1984-85.
Publisher: SAATH, ILO Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
EMPLOYMENT FACALITIES, LABOUR MARKET CONDITIONS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, AGRICULTURE, COTTAGE INDUSTRIES, SMALL INDUSTRIES, TOURISM, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, POPULATION, MIGRATION STATUS
Thematic Group:
ILO, (1997)
Thesaurus:
12.01.00 - Employment Promotion And Planning
PDF | File Size: 1.17 MB   Download
Feeder: DINA JANGAM, Editor: BINDUPOUDEL, Auditor:
...
Employment in Nepal
Abstract:
Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base on employment still remains so weak is perhaps the best indicator of this.The Fourth Plan (1970-75) for the first time paid some attention to the emerging employment problem. From the Fifth Plan (1975-80) onwards, attempts were made to define policies for employment promotion and poverty alleviation. Some efforts were also made to generate information; a survey of employment, income distribution and consumption patterns was conducted by the National Planning Commission in 1977 and another survey was conducted by the Nepal Rashtra Bank In 1984-85.
Publisher: SAATH, ILO Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
EMPLOYMENT FACALITIES, LABOUR MARKET CONDITIONS, ECONOMIC GROWTH, AGRICULTURE, COTTAGE INDUSTRIES, SMALL INDUSTRIES, TOURISM, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, POPULATION, MIGRATION STATUS
Thematic Group:
ILO, (1997)
Thesaurus:
12.01.00 - Employment Promotion And Planning
PDF | File Size: 1.17 MB   Download
Feeder: DINA JANGAM, Editor: , Auditor:
...