The Uttar Pradesh Government’s determination to provide skill to every hand has already started bearing fruit and a total of 16.50 lakh youth have been trained in various trades over the last six years of the Yogi Government under the Skill Development Mission.
The government is now focusing on ensuring that there will be no shortage of skilled labor in the state when large-scale industries are established in the coming years.
Under the Skill Development Mission in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Government, which has so far provided employment to 2.61 crore people through employment fairs, has also got more than 4.62 lakh youth employed by providing them the required training.
Besides, training is currently being imparted to the youth in various companies. Under the Chief Minister’s Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme, more than 38,000 youths of the state were connected with industries and other establishments for their training. on job training have been trained in the state by connecting them with industries and establishments.
The objective of CM Yogi Adityanath is to equip the youth with all those skills that can help them excel not only in the domestic companies, but also firms in the Gulf, Europe, and America. In this context, the youths are also being provided lessons in foreign languages by the Skill Development Department.
With the establishment of 38 new state Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Uttar Pradesh, the government continues to fulfill the Chief Minister’s commitment to providing skills to every individual. Not only this, work is also underway to upgrade 150 ITI’s in the state with the help of Tata and equip them with state-of-the-art facilities for professional training.
On the other hand, the state’s prison inmates, women inmates, and juveniles in juvenile reform homes are also being trained in order to keep them out of the world of crime. Work is also being done on online registration through the Seva Mitra portal, where more than 32,000 skilled workers have already registered, to make employment opportunities available to skilled workers at the local level.
Along with guiding the youth’s skills, remarkable work has been done in the direction of making them self-reliant. As a result, many skilled individuals have begun to establish their own businesses after acquiring relevant skills and industry training. Besides, a total of Rs 37,000 crore has been distributed under the Government’s Loan Flow Campaign, contributing significantly towards self-reliance of the youth.
Furthermore, 6,66,225 skilled workers from the state have been registered so far under the Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan Yojana. Apart from this, more than 22,000 youths have been trained as part of the Rozgar Sangam Yojana.