Central govt. to set up ‘

Central govt. to set up ‘

Central govt. to set up ‘Skill Development Center’ in all forty parliamentary constituencies of Bihar

Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Rajiv Pratap Rudy has said that central government would soon set up a ‘Skill Development Center’ in all forty parliamentary constituencies of Bihar. He was addressing a press conference today at Patna. Minister stated about the target of union government to make 50 crore employable people through skill development by 2017. He added that all technical training curriculum shall compulsory be linked with ‘National Skill Qualification Framework’ for the purpose of getting government jobs. Comparing the quantum of skilled youths in other countries, he said, only 3% youths in India are having proper skills. This is not adequate and to improve the situation, NDA government at centre is taking various steps. Minister also informed that 12,000 ITIs are being updated and modernized for training of 6 lakhs youths.

On the achievement of NDA government at centre, Sh. Rudy elaborated the attainment in three major areas- Legislation, People Welfare and Infrastructure. He expressed that Union Government has shown courage to pass dozens of legislations in the Parliament in a single year which were not done in the past twenty years. On people welfare front, to achieve the target of maximum financial inclusion, schemes like- Jan Dhan Yojna, PM Suraksha Bima Yojna, PM Jeevan Jyoti Yojna & Atal Pension Yojna have been started.

Sh. Rudy outlined the various measures taken by Union Government to create conducive environment for infrastructure development in the country, increasing FDI & FII as well. He also mentioned the positive trends that has already been achieved in terms of containing inflation, growth in GDP and controlling fiscal deficit etc. so far as economy is concerned.

Union Minister stated that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi succeeded in establishing friendly relations not only with the neighboring countries like Bangladesh, but also with archrival China, apart from super powers like America.

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