Jharkhand Kaushal Vikas Mission Society on Saturday held a road show in Bangaluru in a bid to provide jobs to maximum number of trained youths from State during the Global Skill Summit proposed to be held in State on National Yuva Diwas scheduled on January 12. Two MoUs related to training 10 to 12 thousands youths in a year with Connect India and for training 10,000 women for employment was signed on the occasion.
Addressing the gathering State’s Chief Secretary Sudhir Tripathi said that presently there was demand for skilled human resources while pointing out that PM Narendra Modi has started skill development programe across the country. “In Jharkhand State government has framed a skill policy to prepare skilled manpower of youths,” the CS said. Detailing on skill development porgrammes of State Government, he said administration hopes that in coming years the migration from state is of skilled youths looking for better jobs.
Secretary Higher and Technical Education Rajesh Kumar Sharma said there has been unprecedented change in work culture after the arrival of automation, artificial intelligence, mechanic learning, 3D printing and internet of things. The government is also trying to development infrastructure in this regard.