Overview for Manpower Profile India Yearbook 2005
Manpower Profile India-yearbook is an annual publication of the Institute of Applied Manpower research. It provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on various characteristics of human resource in India available from different sources. It depicts how human resource generated through the prevailing demographic factors is transformed into manpower through a process of education and training, and then utilized for various socio-economic activities. The Manpower profile had been conceived of as a document providing at one place, all relevant information on various parameters which are crucial and useful for planning and research, indicating the sources and their limitations. Since its inception in 1993, however more parameters, viz., vital statistics, child labour, gender issues, health status, activities of the 60+ aged persons, activities of youth, international comparisons, glossary and index to indicators have been added in its subsequent annual editions. In the current edition which is the thirteenth in the series, a new sub-section on â€˜Disabledâ€™ with two new tables on Rural-Urban Population distribution by state-wise and workers in four broad types of industrial categories have been added. Statistics pertaining to these parameters play an important role in policy formulation for human resource planning and development.
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