The textile industry is the third-largest industry in India and the largest in the world.
It employs more than 10 million people.
About 1.6 million people work in the garment sector, and another 300,000 in the clothing sector, according to the United Nations Development Programme.
The sector has been plagued by poverty, job insecurity and social exclusion.
In the past decade, the industry has grown by about 10 per cent.
The country is now one of the top five in terms of the number of people employed in the industry, with about 9 per cent of the total workforce employed in this sector, while the rest are employed in other sectors.
The garment industry has faced multiple challenges over the years, including a lack of skilled labour, a lack, for example, of adequate quality garments, and a lack.
India’s garment industry, which employs more people than any other industry in the country, is not only an important source of jobs, but also a source of pride.
India’s garment sector employs more women than any industry in its country.
(Source: Ministry of Labour, Government of India)According to a recent survey, more than half of the garment industry’s female employees are from rural areas and less than 20 per cent are women.
“India’s textile industry employs over 2 million people and more than 4.5 million of them are women, of whom less than 50 per cent can be considered as skilled workers,” said Anuj Singh, head of the textile sector at the World Bank.
“The textile industry also employs women from all walks of life, and we are proud of the fact that they are contributing to the fabric of our society.”
The government’s aim to reduce women’s work hours has meant the government has created a women-specific labour market, which allows the sector to offer paid employment to women.
But there are still gaps in the labour market.
Women still earn less than men and the wages paid for the job are not sufficient to compensate for the fact the job does not provide a good standard of living.
The government has made efforts to address the problems of the female workforce through programmes, including providing maternity leave and better education.
But the government is yet to tackle the challenges of the gender-based violence that has been reported in the sector.
“I am concerned that the government continues to fail to address these issues,” said Sunita Narayanan, the general secretary of the National Federation of Labour (NFL).
“The Government should work to ensure that all the women who work in India have equal rights and opportunities, and should take action to ensure their employment is safe and secure.
We need an employment strategy that includes employment policies that address gender-biased employment practices, including women’s rights, employment rights, and equal pay.”
The Ministry of Labor, Government on Wednesday said that in order to create an environment where women can continue to contribute, the government will also make it easier for women to obtain employment.
“We are committed to ensuring that women have a job that is safe, secure and competitive,” said Gopal Singh, secretary, labour, and employment ministry.
“Our government is working to ensure the women are treated equally in employment.
We will ensure that every woman gets a fair and equal chance to find employment and is given equal opportunities to get that job.”
According to the National Employment Guarantee Commission, women earn less in India than men, earning less than their male counterparts in various occupations.
In this survey, the NFL found that in general, women are not given enough employment opportunities, especially in terms the number and quality of jobs available in the domestic and family sectors.
According to a survey carried out by the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), women are more likely to face discrimination in their job opportunities and are less likely to be hired for any particular job.
This is due to the fact women are less inclined to seek higher-paying jobs.