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Paper Title: Migrant Workers as builders of Modern India
Authors Name: M Subhashini
Unique Id: IJSDR2203045
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 3, March-2022
Abstract: The exodus of migrant workers from the cities following the announcement of the lockdown threw the spotlight on the vast number of Indians who live outside their home states. In 2011, India had 400 million internal migrants, a full third of its population, according to an estimate cited in a recent UN report, Social Inclusion of Internal Migrants in India. This represents mobility for the sake of livelihood, often seasonal. Reports say that 70-80% of migrants are women marriage transfers them from the father’s home to the husband’s likely to face harsh conditions and exploitation at work. Mobility has its advantages the promise of finding opportunities in a city. Migrants are often given the toughest, most hazardous or socially-looked-down-on jobs: work on construction sites, clearing waste or working as lowly-paid domestic help or security guards. Yet, their contribution to the economy and growth is immense. Estimates of remittances sent back home range from Rs 70,000 Crore to Rs 1,20,000 Crore every year. As India continues down the path of diversification of economic structure and urbanization, the number of migrants will go up. We need policies to create new towns and new paradigms of urban planning, to provide these builders of modern India something better than slums and ghettos to live in. But the first step towards institutional inclusion of migrants is Aadhaar. This paper sheds light on the Migrant Workers plight and their role in the development of the country.
Keywords: Mobility, Social Inclusion, Livelihood, Diversification, Development
Cite Article: "Migrant Workers as builders of Modern India", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 3, page no.309 - 310, March-2022, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2203045.pdf
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 3, March-2022
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