Yogi government will give Rs 500 allowance to the youth

Yogi government

Yogi government of UP is going to give the biggest allowance till date. Yogi government is going to launch PM Vishwakarma Yojana from 17th September i.e. Vishwakarma Jayanti. In this, an allowance of Rs 500 will be given daily.

In this, an allowance of Rs 500 will be given daily. The government is going to implement this scheme in the entire state.

In this scheme, which is starting from September 17 on the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, artisans of 18 trades will be added and their skills will be further improved by training them.
On the instructions of the Chief Minister, work has been started in this direction. The responsibility for this has been given to the Urban Development Department in cities. Under the Skill Development Mission, training will be imparted through master trainers.

Skill Development Mission

People from all 18 trades will be linked to it. After Vishwakarma skill verification, they will be given an initial training of five days. After this, 10 percent will be given information about advanced technology for better work in their field. In advanced training, they will be exposed to new techniques for preparing and improving products as per the changing demands of customers as per time.

According to this scheme, a target has been set to provide initial training to 30 lakh and advanced
training to three lakh. 30 lakh people taking basic training will be given e-vouchers of Rs 15,000 for toolkit incentives. Those receiving training will be encouraged for digital transactions. An incentive of Re 1 per transaction will be given on 100 digital transactions every month. The government will spend Rs 250 crore on the promotion of the scheme. Those who receive training will be given certificates

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They will get training in

carpenters, boat and weapon makers, blacksmiths, hammer and toolkit makers, locksmiths, goldsmiths, potters, sculptors, stone breakers, cobblers, masons, basket, mat, and broom weavers, traditional toy makers, barbers, gardeners, Washermen, tailors, and fishnet makers will be given training.