Mission Youth: Fifty thousand youth will be connected with employment in Jammu and Kashmir

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: charisma chib
Updated Thu, 09 Sep 2021 12:14 PM IST

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Vehicles provided from 503 beneficiaries under the possible scheme. Under the Tejaswani scheme, financial assistance will be provided to 2,000 young women entrepreneurs to start self-employment ventures in various sectors of the economy.

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Fifty thousand youth will be linked with employment in Jammu and Kashmir. They will be empowered through employment. Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta said this in a review meeting of the ongoing works under Mission Youth. He said that vehicles have been provided to 503 beneficiaries under the ‘Mumkin’ scheme. Whereas 1100 beneficiaries will be given the facility within ten days. Fifty thousand unemployed youth will be empowered through employment.

Detailed information about the Mission Youth program was taken. At the same time, under Tejaswani Yojana, 2,000 young women entrepreneurs will be provided financial assistance to start self-employment ventures in various sectors of the economy. 4,524 youth clubs have been established in the state. In which about 60000 youth have registered. Mission Youth finalizes training courses under various skill development initiatives.

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Will start training candidates from next week. Mission Youth plans to conduct five 5 mega-cultural exchange programs for exposure visits to 1,000 youth in collaboration with various universities and educational institutions. It was told that special attention is being given to soft skills. 8,044 youth will be trained with an aim to enhance skills and employability. He also directed to connect 50,000 youth with employment as per the targets set during the current financial year.

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Fifty thousand youth will be linked with employment in Jammu and Kashmir. They will be empowered through employment. Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta said this in a review meeting of the ongoing works under Mission Youth. He said that vehicles have been provided to 503 beneficiaries under the ‘Mumkin’ scheme. Whereas 1100 beneficiaries will be given the facility within ten days. Fifty thousand unemployed youth will be empowered through employment.

Detailed information about the Mission Youth program was taken. At the same time, under Tejaswani Yojana, 2,000 young women entrepreneurs will be provided financial assistance to start self-employment ventures in various sectors of the economy. 4,524 youth clubs have been established in the state. In which about 60000 youth have registered. Mission Youth finalizes training courses under various skill development initiatives.

Also read- J&K: 13 youths of Rajori, working on fake gun licenses, arrested in Kerala

Will start training candidates from next week. Mission Youth plans to conduct five 5 mega-cultural exchange programs for exposure visits to 1,000 youth in collaboration with various universities and educational institutions. It was told that special attention is being given to soft skills. 8,044 youth will be trained with an aim to enhance skills and employability. He also directed to connect 50,000 youth with employment as per the targets set during the current financial year.

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