Young, bright and educated Indians are struggling to find work.
The government’s failure to create enough jobs is a major headache for Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of looming elections.
India is Asia’s third-biggest economy.
Polls are set to take place between April 11 and May 19.
In end of 2018 23,000 applications were received for five government jobs for a peon or office boy with duties like making tea and photocopying and 19 million applied for 63,000 positions at Indian Railways.
Economic growth has in recent times has fallen below eight-per cent in India as the country is battling lack of proper policy.
While the universities produce large numbers of graduates there is a mismatch with what the labour market requires.
According to an India Today opinion poll published on Monday, unemployment is the biggest issue for voters.
Education and jobs are two important topics for the youth and the government has failed on both fronts which means it should be voted out, said a university graduate.