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Ministry of Rural Development

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY)

Brief Description:

Deen dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDY-GKY) is designed to provide high quality skill training opportunities to the rural poor and also to establish a larger ecosystem that supports trained candidates secure a better future. The DDU-GKY National Unit at MoRD is the agency responsible for national policy-making, funding, technical support and facilitation Key features of DDU-GKY:

  • Outcome Led Design: Guaranteed Placement for at least 75% trained candidates and moving towards minimum mandatory certification.
  • Greater Support for placed Candidates: Post-Placement Support, Migration Support and Alumni Network to enable farm to factory transition.
  • Special Regional Focus: Jammu & Kashmir (HIMAYAT), 27 Left Wing Extremist Districts (ROSHINI), North East States.
  • Enable the poor and Marginalized to Access Benefits: Demand led design through funding of skill training programs that are based on national and international market demand.
  • Standards-led delivery: Pioneering Standard Operating Procedures provide essential quality assurance framework for training infrastructure and service delivery
  • Inclusive Program Design: Mandatory coverage of socially disadvantaged groups (SC/ST 50% Minority 15%, Women 33%)

Nature of Assistance:

DDU-GKY offers to and fro cost, Uniform and post placement support to the candidate apart from the training that is being imparted under the scheme.

Who can apply?

The target group for DDU-GKY is poor rural youth in the age group of 15-35 year. However, the upper-age limit for women candidates, and candidates belonging to particularyly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs), persons with Disabilities (PwDs), Transgender and other Special Groups like rehabilitated bonded labour, victims of trafficking, manual scavengers, trans-genders, HIV positive persons, etc shall be 45 years.

Eligibility for a program Implementing Agency: In order to be eligible to apply for a project, an entity should be:

  • Registered under Indian Trust Acts or any State Society Registration Act or any State Cooperative Societies or Multi-State Cooperative Acts or the Companies Act 2013 or the Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2008, or
  • Government or a semi-government organization at the State and National Level.

How can apply?

http://ddugky.gov.in. The completed prohect proposals shall be submitted to the State Government through email at the IDs given in the instructions in sheet 1 of the application form.

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Rural Self-Employment Training Institutes (RSETIs)

Brief Description:

Rural Self Employment Training Institutes(RSETIs) is a national scheme extending development support for promoting self-employment in the unemployed rural youth, particularly those below the poverty line, and periodic skill up gradation to keep them abreast of lates technologies. Once trained appropriately, the youth will launch profitable micro-enterprises and enhance their own standards of living and thereby contribute to the overall national economy. RSETIs are promoted and managed by banks with active cooperation from state governments. Each RSETI should offer 30 to 40 Skill Development Programmes in a financial year in various avenues. All the programmes should be of short duration ranging preferably from 1 to 6 weeks. Escorts services will be provided for at least for two years soon to ensure sustainability of micro enterprise trainees. The trainees will be provided intensive short-term residential self-employment training programmes with free food and accommodation.

Nature of Assistance:

MoRD will provide a onetime grant of Rs. One Crore to the lead bank in every district to set up one RSETI. The public sector/private sector banks will be set up and run these institutions with the active support from state government. The RSETIs will provide intensive short-term residential training in trades that enjoy market-acceptance and extend them hand-holding support in availing bank credit.

Who can apply?

Applicants from the rural BPL category

How to apply?

It shall be the primary responsibility of all DRDAs and the branches of the sponsoring bank to sponsor the rural IBPL trainees under the scheme.

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Source: Skill Development Scheme



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