In rural areas, majority of the labour force is engaged in the agriculture sector, indicating almost negligible presence of employment opportunities outside of agriculture. More business houses should recognize the opportunity and need, to invest in young people so that they can help in developing the qualities necessary for education and future employment. When it comes to Gramin Urban And Rural Development Society (GUARDS) they should engage collectively in policy advocacy on youth unemployment. They should also partner with companies to develop skills and training programmes to tackle youth unemployment.


Gramin Urban And Rural Development Society (GUARDS), a non-profit development organization, has been promoting Environmental Improvement Initiatives in State . GUARDS is active in Environmental Education, Environmental Education has been the centerpiece of all programs of the Society. The organization is meritoriously operating in different area of the State.


To enhance their capabilities and provide economic benefits through income generation and create solidarity, tailoring and hand embroidering works with people affected with general disabilities through Self Help Groups (SHGs).Livelihood projects continue to be given requisite skills training in entrepreneurship, life skills, technical skills pertaining to their enterprise and functional literacy where needed.


Rural development implies both the economic betterment of people as well as greater social transformation. In order to provide the rural people with better prospects for economic development, increased participation of people in the rural development programmes, decentralization of planning, better enforcement of land reforms and greater access to credit are needed. Information about programmes, schemes, employment opportunities, Panchayati Raj institutions, development authorities, drinking water, sanitation, road construction, electrification of villages and food supply etc. is provided.