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Infrastructure: The Employment Generator in Haryana

Infrastructure: The Employment Generator in Haryana, naya haryana, नया हरियाणा

5th June 2014

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Haryana is among the most industrially developed states of India. It is in fact one of the few states that has achieved complete electrification in its rural areas and the dominant ideology of the state administration is to create a technology-oriented state like no other. In order to achieve the dream it is imperative that the infrastructural facilities on offer are of the highest order.

For the people of Haryana the developmental projects will serve an important purpose   that of generating employment. Any positive economic development in a particular region always has a spin-off effect on the people's employment prospects and these projects are going to be no different as well. For example, in case of the freight corridors it is assumed that there is going to a substantial growth in number of jobs and small business opportunities generated for the local populace.

If one thinks of the investment regions that are now being built in Haryana there is plenty of infrastructure to be built within the limits of the same and for that a huge amount of labor   both skilled and unskilled, as well as expensive and inexpensive   will be required to execute the projects successfully. When one thinks of the various themed cities such as knowledge, information technology, biosciences, pharmaceuticals, medicines, fashion, entertainment, trade, leisure, ports, and sports one can only imagine the number of companies, both Indian and international, that would want a piece of the action and the amount of job opportunities that will thus be set up.

These cities have the potential to cater to job needs of a huge cross-section of Indian professionals such as scholars, academicians, researchers, IT professionals, scientists, people associated with the pharmaceutical industry like pharmacists, doctors, entertainment industry professionals like actors, fashion designers, models, engineers, officials who are adept at handling operations that are commonplace at ports and former athletes and sportsmen. The list could go on and on. The best thing is that such opportunities open up the doors for qualified and experienced people from across the country and not only Haryana. These projects are thus serving a greater purpose   that of alleviating the job woes of people across India.

Airports also have a great potential to create jobs and that would be a great boon for ones connected to the aviation industry that has not been doing well of late. With new airports it implies jobs for the pilots as well as people who specialize in other important areas of an airport like attendants, mechanics, and officers.

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