Vocational training

Create opportunities! More than 700 women will receive vocational training as part of UP’s skills development mission

In a new move to create more opportunities, the Department of Women Welfare and Child Development of the Government of Uttar Pradesh would join the skills development mission to improve the skills of about 725 poor women. The training sessions will be organized for women residing in 13 government shelters.

The official statement issued by Manoj Rai, Director of Women’s Welfare and Child Development, states that “..The government is sparing no effort to ensure that every eligible person in Uttar Pradesh benefits from government programs. “.

According to the report of Hindustan timethe Yogi government tries to ensure that everyone enjoys these government benefits.

About the Skills Development Mission

He said 725 women from the 13 government-established foster homes in Gorakhpur, Mathura, Etawah, Varanasi, Ayodhya, Moradabad, Meerut, Lucknow, Prayagraj, Bareilly, Kanpur Nagar and Agra would be enrolled in the training programme. The department contacted these women to better understand their interests and skills and provide them with appropriate training.

After completing the training, these women would be referred to employment opportunities or promote their self-employment interests. The department has also partnered with the General Manager of District Industrial Centers to track the requirements of local markets and the training they require.

Extend the provisions beyond

A government spokesperson announced that in addition to vocational training, the government is also planning to build more shelters for women and children.

The proposed special plan of action includes new shelters with a capacity of 100 beds each for women and will be constructed with a budget of ₹20.21 crore in Ghazipur, Moradabad and Ghaziabad.

For children, capacity would be split with 50 beds each in Agra and 100 beds each in the form of state observation homes around Rae Bareli, Kanpur, Mirzapur and Chitrakoot.

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