UP govt to encourage skill development for the unemployed
GN Bureau | January 8, 2014
The Lucknow district administration will organise free online registration for skill development of people in the age group of 14 - 35 years on January 10 under the skill development mission of the Uttar Pradesh government, according to a report in the Times of India.
Around 7014 unemployed youths are likely to undergo skill development exercise. The registration, for 283 courses under 34 sectors, can be done at upsdm.org, the report said.
Electrical repairing, motor vehicles, information technology and hospitality are among a wide range of themes on which skill development exercises will be provided.
"The main objective of the mission is to help the unemployed youngsters by enhancing their employability. And in this, the role of village pradhans, district development authorities, CDPOs of Integrated Child Development Scheme, supervisor of labour department, rozgaar sevak, gram panchayat vikas adhikari, aaganwaadi workers and managers of jan sewa centres is important. They must encourage the youngsters in their areas and identify them for this mission," Udaiveer Singh Yadav, chief development officer told the Times of India.
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