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Govt may fall short of its skill development goal of training one crore youth

Under the PMKVY-2.0, launched in October 2016, ministry had targeted to impart skill training to one crore youth for over four years (2016-20). Out of this, 60,00,000 was the target under short-term training while 40,00,000 was the target under the recognition of prior learning (RPL) component for 2016-20. Skills development ministry may fall short of its skilling target under flagship scheme Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana with government having imparted training to 73.47 lakh youth under the scheme till January 17, 2020, skills minister Mahendra Nath Pandey said. Under the PMKVY-2.0, launched in October 2016, ministry had targeted to impart skill training to one crore youth for over four years (2016-20). Out of this, 60,00,000 was the target under short-term training while 40,00,000  was the target under the recognition of prior learning (RPL) component for 2016-20. “As on 17.01.2020, 40.27 lakh candidates have been trained under short term training (STT) and 33.20Click Here for More Detail

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Govt to launch PMKVY 3 in next FY: Skill Minister

Govt launched the PMKVY scheme in 2015 and revamped it in 2016 to impart skills to one crore persons by 2020. NEW DELHI: The government is planning to launch third phase of its flagship Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) in the next financial year, Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Mahendra Nath Pandey has said. The government launched the PMKVY scheme in 2015 and revamped it in 2016 to impart skills to one crore persons by 2020. The revamped scheme, called PMKVY 2.0, moved to a grant-based model where the training and assessment cost would be directly reimbursed to training providers and assessment bodies in accordance with common norms. According to official data, over 69 lakh candidates have been trained across the country under the PMKVY till November 11. On asked whether the ongoing scheme will see an extension as 30 per cent of the target is yet to be met, the minister told PTI: “We will be crossing 90 per cent of the target under the ongClick Here for More Detail