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    Posted on Wednesday 23 2017

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  • Union Cabinet approves skill training through Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana

    Posted on Wednesday 31 2016

    The Union Cabinet, on Wednesday, approved the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) with an outlay of Rs 12000 crore to impart skill training to one crore people over the next four years (2016-2020). PMKVY will impart fresh training to 60 lakh youths and certify skills of 40 lakh persons acquired non-formally under the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). The target allocation between fresh trainings and RPL will be flexible and interchangeable depending on function and operational requirements, an official statement said. The scheme, completely aligned to the common norms as notified earlier, would move to a grant based model where the training and assessment cost would be directly reimbursed to training providers and assessment bodies in accordance with the Common Norms. Financial support to trainees will be given in the form of travel allowance, boarding and lodging costs. Post placement support would be given directly to the beneficiaries through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT). Disbursement of training cost to training partners will be linked to Aadhaar and biometrics for better transparency and targeting. Skill training would be done based on industry led standards aligned to the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF).

  • 17.93 lakh candidates trained under PMKVY as on July 18

    Posted on Wednesday 17 2016

    About 18 lakh candidates have been enrolled and 17.93 lakh have been trained as on July 18 under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna (PMKVY), Parliament was informed today. "Under PMKVY, which is being implemented by National Skill Development Corporation, a total of 17.94 lakh candidates have been enrolled, 17.93 lakh have been trained and 11.84 lakh have been certified (as on July 18)," Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy said in a written reply to Rajya Sabha. Replying to a separate question, he said under the scheme, as on July 15, the total number of minorities candidates trained and certified are 2,37,067 and 1,48,351, respectively. Replying to a separate question, Rudy said the ministry had constituted a working group to explore feasibility for setting up National Skills Universities across the country that can function as reputed national institutes responsible for aggregating skill development effort through implementation of a credible, aspirational and nationally acceptable skill training system. "The working group submitted its report along with the draft bill. The draft bill is under inter-ministerial consultation," he added.