Approval of the third phase of Prime Minister’s Skill Development Scheme, digital manufacturing will be emphasized

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Approval for the third phase of Prime Minister Kaushan Development Scheme
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The government has approved the third phase of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY), which will focus more on digital technology and industry-4.0 i.e. digital manufacturing. Union Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey informed about this.

Addressing a webinar organized by industry and commerce organization Assocham, the Minister for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship said that the second phase of implementation of PMKVY is nearing completion. The third phase of the scheme has received the approval of the Center.

Giving information, he said that you will be happy to know that the second phase of PMKVY is coming to an end and the government has approved part three of the scheme. The government launched the PMKVY scheme in 2015. It was then redesigned in 2016 with the goal of providing skills to one crore people by 2020.

The plan that came up with the new format was called PMKVY 2.0. Sharing the future plans of the ministry, Mahendra Pandey said that we are also working on skill management information system, which will bring the entire skill ecosystem to a joint web portal and as an aggregator for the demand and supply of skilled workforce Will work in

The minister has also highlighted the need to focus on employment and strengthen district skills committees in the current scenario. He said that the government has planned to make the apprenticeship more simple so that the industry does not hesitate to give opportunities to the trainees and they work enthusiastically.

Union Minister Mahendra Pandey said that the neighboring country has adopted the expansionist policy but this time it is feeling that it is facing a tough competitor. Our neighboring country is realizing how tough its competition is at the moment. The entire country has worked unitedly on all fronts.

Let me tell you that in a recent skirmish with the Chinese army in the Galvan valley of eastern Ladakh, 20 Indian soldiers including a colonel were killed. After this incident, the demand for boycott of Chinese goods across the country is gaining momentum and yesterday the Modi government has banned China’s 59 apps in India.

The government has approved the third phase of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY), which will focus more on digital technology and industry-4.0 i.e. digital manufacturing. Union Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey informed about this.

Addressing a webinar organized by industry and commerce organization Assocham, the Minister for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship said that the second phase of implementation of PMKVY is nearing completion. The third phase of the scheme has received the approval of the Center.

Giving information, he said that you will be happy to know that the second phase of PMKVY is coming to an end and the government has approved part three of the scheme. The government launched the PMKVY scheme in 2015. It was then redesigned in 2016 with the goal of providing skills to one crore people by 2020.

The plan that came up with the new format was called PMKVY 2.0. Sharing the future plans of the ministry, Mahendra Pandey said that we are also working on skill management information system, which will bring the entire skill ecosystem to a joint web portal and as an aggregator for the demand and supply of skilled workforce Will work in

The minister has also highlighted the need to focus on employment and strengthen district skills committees in the current scenario. He said that the government has planned to make the apprenticeship more simple so that the industry does not hesitate to give opportunities to the trainees and they work enthusiastically.

Union Minister Mahendra Pandey said that the neighboring country has adopted the expansionist policy but this time it is feeling that it is facing a tough competitor. Our neighboring country is realizing how tough its competition is at the moment. The entire country has worked unitedly on all fronts.

Let me tell you that in a recent skirmish with the Chinese army in the Galvan valley of eastern Ladakh, 20 Indian soldiers including a colonel were killed. After this incident, the demand for boycott of Chinese goods across the country is gaining momentum and yesterday the Modi government has banned China’s 59 apps in India.

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