The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), intends to establish, modern state of the art training centers called Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra (PMKK). The main implementation agency of these training centers is NSDC. These training centers aim to make vocational training aspirational in order to transform India into the skill capital of the world.
Objectives of PMKK:
The model training centers envision that:
One of the main aims of PMKK courses is to standardize job related skill development. The MSDE aims at setting up skill development training centers in every district. AISECT, in partnership with NSDC, is setting up 23 training centers in four clusters in two states, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. These clusters are MP-1, MP-9, CG-3 and CG-4 which have a total of 23 districts. Therefore AISECT has been allotted a total target of setting up 23 PMKKs.
The setting up of PMKKs falls under the initiative by the Government of India, called as the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. This is a skill development initiative meant for the recognition and standardization of skills.
The PMKVY scheme aims to encourage employable youth to hone their skills and increase their working efficiency of any existing or probable wage earners. There is a certain amount reserved for each person, and that is Rs 8000, as monetary reward. This encourages the learners even more as they get a certain level of recognition and appreciation for getting their training. A strict guideline is followed in terms of the quality of training provided to them. These skill development training courses ensure a better livelihood for the youth of India. The best part of this scheme is that the training and assessment fees are paid by the government.
The individuals who already possess a certain level of skill are given due recognition and the awards they deserve. An amount of Rs 2000-2500 is reserved for them. Each individual that applies for these programs has to be 18-35 of age and must be an Indian national. Because India has the largest pool of employable youth, with more than 62% of its population belonging to the 15-59 years of age group, it is really important that they receive the right kind of training. The government recognized this need and came up with these schemes.
The large employable youth of India often lacks the resources and the knowledge to get their skills translated into employability. These skills aim to help the youth make their skills better by getting trained and making them employable so that they can contribute to the workforce and the economy of the country, along with gaining a livelihood for themselves. These schemes help India take full advantage of the workforce of India.
AISECT has partnered with both these schemes and aims to train the youth that are interested so that they can get the required training and earn a regular income, as opposed to basic wages.
The steps for this are very simple.
At first you will need to find a training center, and then find out if the skill you are interested in is taught there. Once you get this information, you can register yourself for that particular training.
Once you learn the skill, you would be assessed and the certified.
Post certification, you can be employed. One of the features that this scheme focuses on is providing placement assistance, so you can be sure that until you get a job, you will be supported by the scheme. The scheme has benefited over 10 million youth in India so far, and strives to keep benefiting them. AISECT is proud to be a part of such an endeavour.
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