Nature of Social Happiness Security for Nepalese Labour Migration in Mumbai: Cost-Benefit, Problems-Prospect

Kalosona Paul, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)
Shrestha Saha, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Study seeks to identify the emerging issues and challenges on health-life style and social security of Nepalese migrant’s. Overseas employment, nature of labour migration pattern and the number of socio-economic and demographic aspects related to the migration of Nepali migrant workers to Mumbai. Similarly, this study has also evaluated the internationally documented policies and programmes related to rights of the migrant workers. Primary data based on socio-economic and health condition of Nepali migrants in Mumbai (2011-12). Multivariate techniques show that social happiness continuously diminishing through socio-political government involvement and cost-benefit analysis emphasis on lobours pattern association with happiness life. Finally the smoothen relationship between two neighbour countries to require complete for well-structured with proper enactment of government policy-programmes for Nepalese migration. It’s presumed to importance of strengthen the national economy as well as reduced to cultural lag. Keywords: Labour Migration, Social Happiness Security, Cultural Lag, Nature of Cost-benefit Association

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Presented in Poster Session 5: Economy, Labor Force, Education and Inequality