Tue. Feb 27th, 2024


Chandigarh-In a bid to extend youth employability within the state as per the imaginative and prescient of Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Singh Mann, Mr. Aman Arora, Minister of Employment Generation, Skill Development and Training, directed the division officers to arrange a Working Group to finalise Punjab Skill Training Scheme.

Mr Aman Arora was addressing the stakeholders and coaching companions throughout open home dialogue session on the proposed scheme and optimum utilisation of Multi Skill Development Centres right here at PEDA Complex.

Talking in regards to the proposed Skill Training Scheme, Mr. Aman Arora knowledgeable that quick time period coaching (two months to at least one yr) programs might be undertaken beneath the scheme to coach college students in Government Schools, Colleges, Universities,  ITIs, Polytechnics, Multi Skill Development Centres (MSDCs), Health Sector Development Centres (HSDCs), Rural Skill Centres (RSCs) and people candidates who’re skilled however are with out ability certifications, apart from imparting coaching to susceptible sections of the society.

The Cabinet Minister has additionally brainstormed with stakeholders to make sure the optimum utilisation of Multi Skill Development Centres (MSDCs). He stated that there are 5 MSDCs, three Health Skill Development Centres (HSDCs) and 198 Rural Skill Centres (RSCs).

          Emphasising on the necessity to give attention to bridging the hole between industrial necessities and expert manpower, Mr Aman Arora requested the officers to design the programs in line with demand of the business. He additionally sought solutions from the stakeholders on the proposed Skill Training Scheme.

          Principal Secretary Employment Generation, Skill Development and Training Ms. Jaspreet Talwar welcomed all of the stakeholders and coaching companions. Vice Chairperson Punjab Development Commission Ms Seema Bansal, Director Ms Amrit Singh and officers from Technical Education, Industry, Higher Education, School Education departments had been additionally current. Representatives of Industry Associations, NSDC, CII, FICCI, NABARD, C-PYTE, Training Partners, SSCs additionally participated within the session.

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