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Ensuring livelihood for migrants
Nov 17 2020

During the lockdown period many migrants in urban areas returned to their home towns in rural areas. What was their source of livelihood there? Were the schemes effective implemented? This blog looks into Jan Dhan Yojana and MGNREGS.

International Women's Day at PEPUS
Apr 03 2018

International Womens Day was organized by PEPUS on 8th March, 2018 & programs were organized in the project area. International Women's Day programmes were organized in Aanapur,Korari & Karimuddinpur villages of Kaudihar block, Dist.

Response on affordable housing in the Union #Budget2018
Feb 05 2018

Blog by Nivedita Jayaram and Sangeeth S, Centre for Migration and Labour Solutions, Aajeevika Bureau. The Union Budget announced a fund for Affordable Housing, and committed to provide assistance for building 3.


Expert Speak

Tushar K. Nandi and Saibal Kar on Intergenerational Occupation of Migrants can be Broken for Better Jobs

Tushar K. Nandi and Saibal Kar are Assistant Professors at Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta. In this interview they say that short-term migration can increase intergenerational occupational mobility. There has to be policies from the government to enhance the skills of internal migrants. The different types of skills the short term migrants acquire from different jobs can be utilised to break intergenerational occupational trap.

Comparison of migration of people for employment from all parts of India among states

The data is given for eight states mainly Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala, Chandigarh,Goa, Madhya Pradesh. The data is segregated on the basis of gender. it gives information on number of people migrated from all parts of India for employment to above mentioned states. This information gives details on migration pattern.

Source: census india

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