Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath opines that the dream of self-reliant India can be realized only if the students are trained directly by the industries
LUCKNOW, May 7 (The CONNECT) - To serve the twin purpose of improving the quality of the education and making the youth employable, the state government will collaborate with private companies such as Tata Technologies, HCL Technologies, Tech Mahindra and IBM (Richa).
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath opines that the dream of self-reliant India can be realized only if the students are trained directly by the industries. In this context, the department will work on the modernisation of 50 state ITIs with the help of Tata Technology.
The State government plans to train10,000 youth with assured employment in the IT sector with the help of companies like HCL Technologies. Students will also get a stipend during the on-job training.
With its thrust on the health sector, the government will engage Tech Mahindra for customized training.
Through IBM Richa, a contract will be made for training in new employable trades in the IT sector, which will help the youth to get jobs.
The Yogi Government also plans to contact 100 foreign recruiters within the next six months to facilitate smooth migration of those interested in working abroad. This was revealed during a presentation by the NRI Department before the Yogi 2.0 Cabinet recently.
The NRI Department will contact around 500 potential investors among NRIs/PIOs to seek investment in different fields in the state within 100 days. The Government will also contact Indian embassies in 134 countries, 10 diaspora associations and 3,000 UP diasporas to develop database of the migrants from the state.
The Government will also hold a Japanese language training programme for three lakh workers under Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission.