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Skills Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy announced additional 200 Crore for skill development in Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow : Each division of the state—and gradually, every district—will get a training school for drivers of heavy vehicles, said chief minister Aditya Nath Yogi. He added that he was not happy with the quality of training being imparted by the private ITIs (Industrial Training Institutes). “The training module as well as examination system in these institutes must change,” said Yogi, addressing media persons, along with Union skill development minister (independent charge) Rajiv Pratap Rudy here on Saturday.

The chief minister said there were 286 government ITIs in the state and around 2,500 private ones and all that is happening there is either an exam or election. He added that soon, examinations in ITIs would be held online and results will be declared within 24 hours and this would check irregularities.

The government plans to open heavy vehicle drivers’ training schools at all 18 divisions in the state and later, in all the districts, said the chief minister, adding, state government will provide 5 acres land in each division for the school.

Addressing media persons, Rudy said previously, skill development programmes held in 50 different departments of 23 ministries had now been brought under one ministry. Appreciating the state government’s Rs 150-crore budget for skill development, Rudy announced an additional Rs 200 crore to be given by the Centre so that the skill development campaign could reach the village level.

He asked officials to work towards training youth in traditional craft in the district of origin. For example, he said training in saree making should be imparted in Varanasi, for making brass utensils in Moradabad, for preparing petha in Agra, etc. These traditional specialities are on the verge of extinction and proper training can on one hand preserve them and on the other hand provide jobs to lakhs in the state, he said.

NSDC released First List of Suspended Training Centers under PMKVY

New Delhi : In continuation to the National Skill Development Corporation’s drive to exclude the franchise and poor project implementation partners, NSDC has officially announced the List of  33 training centers which are suspended for the implementation of PMKVY 2.0 project. Out of these 33 centers, 11 are from Rajasthan, 6 from Uttar Pradesh, 3 from Kerala, 3 From Gujarat, 2 from Madhya Pradesh and 1 each from Odisha, Haryana, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Jammu & Kashmir, Assam and Bihar. For complete names and locations, click here

कौशल विकास योजना (PMKVY) के तहत फ्रेंचाइजी मॉडल को खत्म कर प्रशिक्षण प्रदाता बनने का एक अवसर देगी सरकार

नई दिल्ली : खराब अनुपालन के कारण सरकार अपनी प्रमुख कौशल विकास योजना पीएमकेवीवाई के तहत फ्रेंचाइजी  मॉडल को आखिरकार खत्म करेगी। साथ ही सभी फ्रेंचाइजी (सहभागी) को प्रशिक्षण प्रदाता बनने का एक अवसर देगी। केंद्रीय कौशल विकास और उद्यमिता मंत्री राजीव प्रताप रूडी ने गुरुवार को राज्यसभा को यह जानकारी दी।

उन्होंने कहा, ‘प्रधानमंत्री कौशल विकास योजना (पीएमकेवीवाई-2016-20) के दिशा-निर्देशों के अनुसार, सिर्फ पहले स्तर की फ्रेंचाइजी की ही अनुमति है और फ्रेंचाइजी केंद्रों को निचली वरीयता दी जाएगी। फ्रेंचाइजी समझौतों को धीरे-धीरे खत्म करने की योजना है।’

रूडी के अनुसार, उत्तर प्रदेश में 399, राजस्थान में 323, हरियाणा में 143, पंजाब में 134 और मध्य प्रदेश में 118 फ्रेंचाइजी केंद्र हैं। मालूम हो, कुछ प्रशिक्षण सहभागियों और फ्रेंचाइजी ने पिछले महीने राजधानी दिल्ली में केंद्रीय मंत्री के कार्यालय में प्रदर्शन किया था। वे इस कार्यक्रम से जुड़े निजी प्रशिक्षण केंद्रों को सीट या कौशल प्रशिक्षण का लक्ष्य नहीं दिए जाने का विरोध कर रहे थे।

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