EP-12 Mission ‘Skill India ‘and ‘Make in India’, in ‘Bharat Ki Baat’, with Pallavi Joshi


Inventing a Brick to ‘The Motif of Mangalyaan’, India have diligently voyaged the Journey of Innovative Creations. ‘Skill India’ and ‘Make in India’ are not just Missions; but, they are the ‘Art of living Life’!

The objective of Mission ‘Skill India ‘is to develop Employment, Entrepreneurship and Self Confidence in Indian Youth. The objective of Mission ‘Make in India’ is, Evolution of the ‘Production Sector’, as a Hub for Global Development.

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Schemes for the skill development launched by Government of India are: Skill Training of Persons with Disabilities, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, Skill Loan Scheme, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Grameen Kaushalya Yojana, Craftsmen Training Scheme, Skill development for minorities, Green Skill Development Program

Under the Skill Training of Persons with Disabilities; 16,850 Divyanga are educated. The empowerment of Divyanga, is the Priority of Skill India. 

Under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, 219 Courses are bifurcated in 34 Domains.  ‘Learn a Skill and Earn a Reward’. Till 2022, Forty crore youths in India shall be Educated under this scheme.

Under Skill Loan Scheme, Financial loans ranging from 5,000 to 1,50,000 are available, which can be paid off in 7 years.

Educating and Employing large number of Individuals, require a huge set-up; Government fulfills a part of it, by tie-up with private institutes. Such an institute is Labornet Services Pvt. Ltd. The Bachelor Vocational program imparted here, is equal to a Graduation Degree. Labornet have educated eight lakh people of which 70% are employed.

The Contribution of Production Sector in GDP is 15-17%. India is fourth largest manufacturer of Automobiles. 12% of Workforce is in production sector.

India knows, which bolt to fit, to mend the Engine of ‘The Vikaas Train’. India is an Intellectual Nation. Who can stop the progress and development of India; where the Heart, Body and Soul of the citizens are ‘Made in India’. 

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