Document Type : Primary Research paper
Research Scholar, Guest Faculty, Pt. Lalit Mohan Sharma Govt. (P G) College, Rishikesh, Uttrakhand Graphic Era Deemed to be University, Dehradun
Associate Professor, Pt. Lalit Mohan Sharma Govt. (P G) College, Rishikesh, Uttrakhand Graphic Era Deemed to be University, Dehradun
India is a fast growing economy among the developing nations. All sectors like tourism, real estate, manufacturing, education etc are growing very fast. This development has generated lots of employment for the people. The employment had been generated for both skilled and non-skilled people. The employment scenario has been badly affected by the pandemic called COVID-19, which originated from China. As it spreads by touching and physical proximity, the government was forced to impose lockdown in the whole country. Due to this lockdown, all the activities going on in whole country were stopped. This affected the employments of people in a big way. Private sector started removing of people keeping in mind the loss to their business. Although government sector was least effected but those employee whose salary was based on manufacturing/production were partially affected. The lockdown has affected employments in all sectors of the country. Sectors like tourism, manufacturing, real estate and transportation were affected badly due to this pandemic. This reduction in employment will have long term effect. It will also affect the economic growth of country.