Kaushal Vikas Camp: 300 participants got registered, 12 companies will be made self-sufficient by training, Education Minister did Bhoomi Pujan for shed construction

Santosh Rajput, Shujalpur (Shajapur). A special camp was organized on Sunday at Shulapur in Shajapur district of Madhya Pradesh to provide training to youths who have been away from education to establish self-employment and employment in private sectors by developing skills. This camp was organized under the skill development program in Veer Savarkar Higher Secondary School City Campus. In which more than 300 participants registered themselves and gave their employment and training offers to 12 companies.

Efforts are being made to make youth self-reliant, living in urban and rural areas and away from school education due to various reasons. For this, under a joint MoU by MP Open School Board and Yuva Shakti Foundation, work is being done to make youth self-reliant for employment by giving them skill development training. This sti fund will also be given to the selected youth during the training period. The chief guest of the program, Minister of State for School Education Inder Singh Parmar said that this campaign to make youth self-reliant by motivating them for self-employment by making them skilled in skill development will move forward in every district of Madhya Pradesh.

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He said that a team of 20 youths has arrived in Shujalpur for self-employment after getting training in making various artistic items from bamboo. Soon these youths will work for self-employment and train other youths. State Open Board director PR Tiwari, who is presiding over the programme, said that the percentage of skill development in India is very less as compared to other countries. The main objective of this scheme is to help the youth in the state to establish self-employment by developing their skills for self-employment by training them in different fields according to their ability.

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To provide employment opportunities to the trained youth in various private sectors as well, the State Open Board has entered into an MoU with the Yuva Shakti Foundation and other organizations through the MP government. The program started with Saraswati Pujan. President of Yuva Shakti Foundation Eknath Pawar gave detailed information. The welcome speech was given by Principal Rajendra Yadav. In the second session of the programme, the Minister of State for School Education also performed Bhoomi Pujan for the construction of a shed costing one crore near the Skill Development Training Centre.

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