A study on employment and productivity of manufacturing industries in odisha

Subhashree Biswal, Sudhakar Patra

Abstract


Manufacturing sector is the most growth and employment generating sector which has lot of potentiality in the present context. India economy registers a comfortable growth rate due to the manufacturing sector. Odish is a rich state housing the majority of poor people because we cannot maximize our manicuring sector. The present paper focuses on the manufacturing sector of Odisha which can bring about a massive employment facility hastening the growth of the state.

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employment and productivity, manufacturing industries in odisha

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