Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch 511 Pramod Mahajan Grameen Kaushalya Vikas Kendras without delay in Maharashtra on October 18, night by way of video conferencing. These skill growth centres, named after late BJP chief Pramod Mahajan, are being established throughout 34 rural districts of Maharashtra.
As per a launch from the Prime Minister’s Office, these centres will conduct skill growth coaching packages throughout numerous sectors to present employment alternatives to rural youth. “Each Kendra will train about 100 youngsters in at least two vocational courses. The training is being provided by empanelled industry partners and agencies under the National Skill Development Council,” the PMO mentioned.
The institution of those centres will assist the area attain important strides in direction of creating extra competent and expert manpower, the PMO added.
“So far there was no skill development centre in 28 thousand gram panchayats of Maharashtra. Skill development is a very important subject of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Accordingly, according to the concept of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we decided to start skill development centre in 500 (odd) gram panchayats,” Mangal Prabhat Lodha, Minister of Skills, Employment, Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Maharashtra mentioned October 17.
Minister Lodha mentioned these skill growth centres will assist to stop youth from migrating from villages to cities for employment, including variety of such centres will probably be elevated in the long run.
(with inputs from ANI)