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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Skill Development India campaign -- repackaging of UPA's program: Digvijey Singh

By on Thursday, July 16, 2015

Every poor youths are our army personnel and we will skill them: Modi



 Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on Wednesday started skill India campaign at Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi on the occasion of World Youth Skill Day.
PM, Modi, was present in an organized program where he also launched National Skill Development Mission related documents.
S Ramod Rai, advisor to PM in National Council of Skill Development, said, “There are many better chances for the business through development; Many corporate companies have launched skill development program.”

Prime Minister said,  “Every poor youths are our army personnel and we will skill them. None of them will be in compulsion to open their hands to beg. Every trained young can earn 8000 at least in a month; the government has begun a fight to eradicate the poverty for the purpose. The youths are pestered  many times with the complication of laws;  the government will take every possible steps for the betterment of youths.”
He said, “ The youths should be trained as per their need. The 24 lakh young will be trained through program. The government will provide the skill certificate. We have to hone enhancing the power of our young . The world welcomes the IIT; and the days are not afar when India will be provider of maximum work force. The whole world have our demands.”

 Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Central Minister, said that the skill development needs  the well education. The downgrading in education is the reason -- mere 3.5 percent people in India are skillful; young in India are facing deficiency in skill. There is a need of well education for skill development.
Many companies will offer more than 10000 jobs to the students of ITI  launching with the program. Mr. Dilip Shenoy, Managing Director NSDC and CEO said, ‘ The BOSCH, Tata Motors, Maruti, Relaince — all the companies will offer the jobs to the ITI trained.
 Rail Minister, Suresh Prabhu on the occasion of signing an agreement memorandum with Skill Development Ministry, said, ‘Skill Development has its importance and we will work in this direction.’ He added, ' The abandoned and unused land, in possession of railway, will be provided to training centers and Railway Schools.'

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