Govt empowered 30,000 JK youth through various employability skills
The Jammu and Kashmir government has empowered more than 30,000 youth, including more than 12,000 girls, by helping in developing various employability skills among them in the 2021-2022 period, media reports said.
Mission Youth has also partnered with reputed institutions/ organizations of the country including BSE Institute, ICICI Foundation, Ashok Leyland, Wipro etc. with an aim to facilitate skilling of youth in high employability potential sectors like BFSI, Robotics, Artificial intelligence, etc. and more than 10,000 young boys and girls were provided with market-driven skill development training during 2021-22, reports ANI.
Highlighting the achievements of Mission youth, the CEO informed that under the Mumkin scheme, during FY 2021-22, 3651 vehicles were provided to youth for self-employment against the target of 2022 vehicles. Under Tajeswini, about 2443 Young girls were provided assistance under the program during FY 2021-22 against the target of 2022.
More than 11725 youth, including 5237 girls were provided with customized market-driven training. 910 Candidates, including 251 Girls, are being provided with the necessary training to qualify for the recruitment process for joining Armed Forces as Agni Veers.
Under Parvaaz Scheme, the coaching of youth is being sponsored by Mission Youth in reputed institutions. Coaching for civil services and NEET JEE is provided under this scheme, reports ANI.