Btech graduate commits suicide after being unable to find a Job
Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Aman Sachan, a BTech student after being unable to find a private Job committed suicide in Noida's sector 70. His body was found hanging through a ceiling fan. He took his own life when both his brother and sister-in-law were at work. They were the ones who found Aman's body hanging when they reached home. UP Police sent his body for the post mortem and started the investigation in this case.
Aman was a native of UP's Kanpur city and came to Noida in search of a private job. He stayed at his brother's house in Noida. He was earlier preparing for government jobs as well.
Unemployment in India hit a new high during the present corona crisis. There have been a huge number of layoffs in both the formal and informal sectors.
There are several reasons aiding to this rising unemployment in the country aside from the government's failure to generate employment. The high population, failure of institutions to create skilled graduates, and the high number of job seekers in the country are among the few problems responsible for the worsening of this situation.
It's high time for the government to encourage people to become job creators instead of job seekers. Just like Israel, India also needs a policy that supports start-ups even when they fail.