Bhopal : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that employment oriented trainings will be imparted to 7.50 lakh youths every year. Beside this, financial assistance will also be provided to them for self-employment
This will help them get employment and will make them capable of establishing their self-employment. CM Chouhan said this while reviewing the Yuva Sashaktikaran Mission here on Thursday. Chairman Employment Board Hemant Vijayrao Deshmukh and Chief Secretary BP Singh were also present in the meeting.
Chouhan also said that it is essential to make youths skilled in order to link them with the employment. Therefore, different kind of training will be imparted to 7.50 lakh youths every year. He directed the officers for making such a training arrangement, which ensure hundred per cent employment.
Chouhan mentioned that rozgar and swa-rozgar melas should be organized in every district. Adequate information about the rozgar and swa-rozgar should be provided to the youths in these melas. Besides, various companies should be invited to provide employment to the youths. He reiterated for making proper arrangements for the training.
It was informed that short term training will be imparted to 3.10 lakh youths under the Mukhya Mantri Koushal Samvardhan and Koushalya Yojana.
The youths will be trained in ITIs, Skill Development Center, Engineering and Polytechnic Colleges, Administrative Department and other Semi-Government organizations. Necessary amount has already been allotted to the institutions for training.
Similarly, vocational education will also be started in the High Schools and Higher Secondary Schools to generate awareness about the employment oriented education.Additional Chief Secretary
General Administration Prabhanshu Kamal, Principal Secretary Technical Education Sanjay Bandopadhyaya, Principal Secretary to CM Ashok Varnval and Secretary to CM Vivek Agrawal were present for ihe meeting.
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