Skills, training got a lip service in Gujarat Budget
By Dna 25-Jul-2019
The finding is part of a report by a non-profit, Patheya Budget Centre. The report also states that the allocation for the fiscal 2019-20 is lower by about 15%, 9% and 16% under the three heads, respectively.
Mahender Jethmalani, chief economist at the organisation, said this could mean a lower spend on the social security of the work force, especially those in villages; reduction in the number of beneficiaries; lower allocation for training; and neglect of migrant work force among other consequences.
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