The State Government has initiated various schemes to enhance their skill including “Saksham Rozgar Yojna “ under which every unemployed youth are given 100 hours of work for three years, and honorarium of Rs 9000 and Rs 7500 is being given to them as per their qualifications. He said that till now, 35,000 to 40,000 youths have benefitted from this scheme.He said that the Government accept that there are around four to five lakh unemployed youth in the State and providing jobs to them is the biggest challenge. About two lakh youth are unemployed every year in the state but government jobs are only available to 20,000 people. Therefore, there is dire need to develop the skill of these youth. He said that the state government has recently advertised 54,000 government jobs. Apart from this, the process of inviting applications for 38,000 grade-D jobs is also in progress.
He called upon the youth to come forward for start-ups. He said that to make the youth skilled, the Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi has initiated programs such as Start-up India, Skill India, Make-in-India, Digital India, so that the youth are skilled and India makes progress rapidly.Describing the country’s population as an asset, he said that today our country has about 30 crore population between the age of 20 to 40 years. It there talent is given proper direction, our country would prosper to further emerging heights. Earlier, the Technical Education Minister, Prof. Ram Bilas Sharma said that the Technical Education Department had dedicated this year to children and assured the industry and entrepreneurs that they would be able to provide potential students as per their need. He said that with the efforts of the government, so far 700 youth have been provided employment by developing their skill and the process would continue further by the Technical Education Department.
On this occasion Additional Chief Secretary, Technical Education Ms jyoti Arora, acclaimed the response received from the Industry regarding their offer to collaborate with Technical Education System in Haryana. She shared with the house that All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi has appreciated the National Skill Quality Framework (NSQF) compliant curriculum revised by Technical Education Department, Haryana which would be implemented as the Model Curriculum by AICTE for the entire Nation. She said that over one lakh children are studying in various engineering colleges and the technical department updates the syllabus periodically. She further stated that in the last four to five months 200 MOUs were made functional and today also 17 MOUs have been signed with the industries of repute. The department would soon declare 100 percent placement for the students of technical colleges of the State.
He also launched “Sahyog Club” to which students of engineering and polytechnic colleges of the State would be registered as its members and entrusted the task of development and cleanliness of village ponds.
While addressing the entrepreneurs of the state at the inauguration t of I–Tech (Industry Technical Excellence Changing Haryana) organized at Government Polytechnic, Manesar in district Gurugram, he said that the students would visit the ponds and assist the concerned Ponds Development Authority in the State.