REVERSE MIGRATION AMID COVID OUTBREAK, ITS IMPACT AND CONSEQUENCES ON UNSKILLED AND SEMISKILLED MIGRANTS ABOUT VILLAGES IN BANSDIH BLOCK, BALLIA, UTTAR PRADESH

Authors

  • Ritesh Prasad

Keywords:

Migration, Reverse Migration, Pandemic, Covid -19, Opportunity, Population

Abstract

Migration is the process which led the distribution of human on this planet with different cause for food and survival. Later agriculture, the economic opportunity becomes a dominant cause. In this pandemic year, millions of workers had to migrate back to their original places. Mainly in their villages in India intensifying the magnitude of reverse migration of semiskilled and unskilled workers and they are the most to suffer in this pandemic of Covid – 19 outbreak. This paper is a case study research paper on a contemporary issue which will try to unfold the cause and impact of this reverse migration to themselves and their family. Their livelihood and employment opportunity in one of the least developed regions of Eastern Uttar Pradesh that is of Bansdih block of Ballia District. Where almost 70% of the working population migrates for employment and better economic opportunity.

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Published

2021-07-14

How to Cite

Ritesh Prasad. (2021). REVERSE MIGRATION AMID COVID OUTBREAK, ITS IMPACT AND CONSEQUENCES ON UNSKILLED AND SEMISKILLED MIGRANTS ABOUT VILLAGES IN BANSDIH BLOCK, BALLIA, UTTAR PRADESH. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(08), 3116-3124. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/9349