Global growth indicators weigh the amount of industrialization as the parameter for composite growth. For such purposes, the manufacturing of essential items required by the primary, secondary, and tertiary sectors is essential. Construction industries however occupy the most basic rung in the ladder employing a majority of the labor force in a third world country like India.
Without Manufacturing and Construction, no economy would have developed as much as it has over the last century. With industry, being the backbone on which the framework of the working of the economy is based, manufacturing and integrating societal infrastructures are of paramount importance. Labour Employment is one of the numerous benefits that are derived from the construction and manufacturing sector of the economy.