Yes we can say that, small and medium enterprises need more attention with the same regard. But big industries and corporates in labor-intensive sectors, streamlined business regulations and foreign investment are essential to create jobs going forward. Modi and his government still need to keep focusing on the policies that create massive jobs and opportunities for current population the more than 65% educated youth while the right wing intelligentsia has failed to fulfill the demands of young employers..
The need of the hour is to make livelihood creation central to development strategies rather than just projecting it as natural fallout of growth. It needs to be accepted that organized manufacturing is no longer the answer to generate large-scale employment, as it was in the past. First of all Labour Laws should be reformed as due to the stringent Labour Laws Corporates in India are preferring Capital intensive mode of Production in a country where labour is abundant.
Significantly, Encouraging people’s entrepreneurial instincts- whether they create mom-and-pop undertakings countrywide, or deliver results under the Startup India or Stand-up India missions- will generate sustainable outcomes. The education system needs to be revamped to create the desired skill-sets. At present, the education system is failing miserably in delivering even whatever it is designed to. Job Intensive sector like Food Processing Should be promoted. MUDRA scheme should be expanded as it can be a game changer for MSME sector and this sector has a potential to create required jobs in India...
With regard to this Assembly poll, We can not say with 100% of accuracy that, who will win either congress or ruling party. Just have a patience and wait for results (18 Dec, the Counting of votes will be conducted on Monday, 18 December, 2017). And please don't think about opinion polls, it may be a stunt of opposition or the ruling party..