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FAMILY PLANNING-Missing the Point

FAMILY PLANNING-Missing the Point

about 11 million or 6.2 per cent during the preceding four-year period. In the private organised sector, the corresponding increases were 2.49 million (3.3 per cent) and 2.08 million (2.8 percent). Interestingly, the rise in employment was higher in 1991 - 92 in both the public (1.53 million) and private (1.86 million) sectors than in the following year when the respective figures were 1.77 million and minus 0.15 million. In the public sector, the budget documents show that the strength of the central government establishment which had risen from 40.82 lakh as on March 1, 1991 to 41.39 lakh on March I. 1992 has since then steadily declined to 39.74 lakh on March 1, 1993 and further to 38.42 lakh on March 1, 1994.

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