Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Reverse Migration Perspective Prospectus and Challenges(with special reference to covid-19)
Dr. Balak Ram Rajvanshi
In India, the significant drivers of both interior and worldwide relocation are the overall joblessness, cutthroat work market and improved job possibilities in the objective state or country. In any case, the cross-country lockdown and the fixing of between state and global lines to control the COVID-19 pandemic set off the converse relocation of casual traveler laborers. This requires the focal and state legislatures to all in all manufacture systems to empower their converse relocation and smooth reintegration in the postCOVID economy. In this paper, we have zeroed in on the between state travelers in India and returnee transients just from Gulf nations as they represent 66% of Indian travelers living abroad. This study led a near examination of the Indian government's changed methodology towards its interior and worldwide travelers during their converse relocation, bringing home and reintegration after the declaration of the lockdown. First andforemost, the paper analyzes the difficulties looked by inner and worldwide traveler laborers during these stages with the assistance of inside and out interview information gathered from transients and social specialists. Also, the changed legislative reactions towards their bringing home are talked about. Thirdly, it examinations the snags in their monetary reintegration to assist with outlining appropriate government assistancestrategies for the Indian transient local area
COVID-19. Reverse migration, Returned migrants, employment, job satisfaction, loss of income
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