Guv, Union Minister attend Rural Entrepreneurs Convocation

The certificates were distributed upon completion of training to 165 successful rural young tribal entrepreneurs from four states in the second phase of the Initiative for Skills Development and Strengthening the Entrepreneurship Skills of Tribal Youth under the Parliamentary Complex Development Project under the guidelines of the Union Department of Skills Development and entrepreneurship. The event took place Thursday in the Ranchi University Auditorium. The grand gathering was opened by Governor Ramesh Bais and Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajiv Chandrashekhar.

Also present on this occasion were Rajya Sabha MP Sameer Oraon, MSDE Ministry Secretary, Atul Kumar Tiwari, BJP National Secretary BL Santosh, Vikas Bharti Sanstha Secretary, Ashok Bhagat, among many dignitaries.

In his address, the governor said that since August 20, the Yuva Vikas Society and Seva Bharti Sansthan have been training the state’s tribal youth at Gumla Center to become self-reliant. Stopping migration is also one of the main goals of this program so that young people can create local jobs. Many states across the country are running projects under the Parliamentary Cluster Project, and the goal is to support 77,000 families across the country. As part of this, thousands of families have been connected to the Kisan credit card and the Ayushman health system. Work has been done to stop the migration by providing benefits to 15000 farming families. At the same time, however, it can also be observed that many people, disturbed by the dirt of the cities, are turning to the village and looking for their future in agriculture. If educated, well-trained people go to the village and run the business, then the village will develop automatically.

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Speaking to the event, Rajiv Chandrashekhar said that their main objective is to “strengthen the local rural economy and reduce rural exodus and dependency on cities for livelihood. He said our goal is to create new opportunities for employment/self-employment and entrepreneurship at the local level so that Indigenous youth can start their own businesses and earn a living for themselves and others. to create more opportunities.

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The successful 165 students were trained in five subjects – electricity and solar energy, agricultural mechanization, e-governance, plumbing and masonry work, two-wheeler repair and maintenance.

The Rural Entrepreneur Skills Training Program pilot was launched in May this year in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and includes five states (alongside Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra).

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In the first phase, 152 candidates had enrolled, of which 132 successfully completed the course and received certificates. The next phase (Phase 1.2) of the program was implemented in four states – Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha. A total of 165 candidates who successfully completed the program received certificates for the program, held today in Ranchi. In the next phase (phase 1.3) for women groups only, the program will start soon in Gumla (Jharkhand) from October to November, for which 153 women have already registered.


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