Perception analysis of “Yuvanidhi Scheme of Government of Karnataka”
Mohammed Aathif M , Dr Umakanth.S, Anushu Dagar, Vedansh Trehan, Darshita Ladha, Aditya P Jain
Unemployment, Degree , Middle class family, Covid effect
The Yuva Nidhi scheme launched by the Karnataka government aims to alleviate the plight of unemployed youth in the state. Congress MP Rahul Gandhi highlighted it as a key program among the five guarantee programs promised by the Congress party before the elections. This initiative provides financial support to educated unemployed youth who often face financial insecurity in a difficult labor market. Under the scheme, unemployed graduates will get a monthly stipend of ₹3,000 if they take at least six months to find a job, while unemployed graduates will get ₹1,500 a month. By providing this financial cushion, the Yuva Nidhi program aims to promote financial stability and empower the youth to become self-reliant. The scheme is expected to benefit more than 10, 00,000 educated unemployed people across the state, and a major investment in the prosperity and future prospects of Karnataka. Estimated at ₹ 3,000 per year, the government shows its commitment to fight unemployment. The research found that the maximum of maximum are from the age 20-21 which 20.8 % and rest are from the 24 years above which are unemployed which is 41.7%
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