Under the Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyan, the government is giving free special training to 3 lakh people, know …

New Delhi. Directed by the Prime Minister’s Poor Welfare Employment Campaign (GKRA), the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has begun skills training of 3 lakh migrant workers in the identified 116 districts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand. Its mission is to provide demand-driven skills and orientation to workers and rural population in the post-Kovid era under the centrally sponsored and centrally managed (CSCM) component of the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 2016-2020. In partnership with the relevant District Collectors / District Magistrates / Deputy Commissioners, MSDE is launching 125-day skills training programs in these districts. Training has already started in some parts of identified districts and will gradually expand to other parts within a few months. More than 92 lakh people have taken training-Let us tell you that the purpose of Short Term Training (STT) is to provide skills training to school / college dropout or unemployed youth for a variety of fields and positions under Skills India’s flagship PMKVY program. The duration of the training program varies from 150 to 300 hours, depending on the different functions. Prior Learning Recognition (RPL) recognizes the value of learning beyond formal adjustment and provides a governmental certificate of one’s skills. The candidates will receive digital and financial literacy and accident insurance will be provided free of charge for three years. No fee will be charged from the candidate for participating in the RPL program and the candidate who successfully trains will receive Rs 500. Under the Skill Ministry’s Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 2016-2020, until now add more than 92 lakhs Candidates are trained.

Skills training of 3 lakh migrant workers started in 116 districts
The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), under the auspices of the Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship-MSDE, runs the training program through the existing training providers and project implementation agencies operating under PMKVY 2016-20 or state schemes. 1.5 lakh migrant workers will be trained under the Short Term Training (STT) program, and another 1.5 lakh migrant workers will be trained under the Pre-Education Accreditation (RPL) scheme. In these districts, the mobilization of local jobs and the mobilization of migrant workers for training is done by the district administration. The Ministry of Skills is focusing its efforts on organizing skills training for different jobs according to the demand of the local industry, as recommended by the district administration. Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, Union Minister of Skills and Entrepreneurship, stressed the need to promote skills and entrepreneurship for rural development and said: “Rural development through skills development is a core element of the mission in India, as a total of 70 percent of the workforce originates from rural India. The vision of building a nationwide workforce with the changing needs of the industry requires seamless synergy between the different partners in an efficient ecosystem. We must complement ourselves with the need to create industry relevant at a regional level to neutralize the impact of labor displacement We are committed to focusing on local demand-driven skills development programs to provide sustainable opportunities to migrant skilled workers, whose collective strength is the backbone of our economy i s. “Following the recognition and affiliation of training providers to the Skill India Portal in these identified districts and later the acceptance of system-based targets, the skills training and orientation program has started. Electrician, Self-Employed Tailor, Retail Sales Representative, Customer Service Representative (Call Center), Sewing Machine Operator and General Purpose Assistant, etc.

As GKRA is part of Short Term Training (STT), eligible candidates will receive all benefits as per STT-CSCM-PMKVY 2016-20. As per the guidelines, travel expenses for the assistance of the eligible candidate, food and accommodation expenses, post-placement support, assistants and other assistance will be received under the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme.

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