LUCKNOW, 07 APRIL (H.C.). The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh will give one employment or self-employment to every family of the state. For this, the government has made a plan to make the youth entrepreneurs. Along with Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) schemes like One District One Product (ODOP), Vishwakarma Shram Samman will play an important role in making youth entrepreneurs.
Through these schemes the youth will be motivated to become entrepreneurs. This is also the intention of the government. Work on this has also started. In this, the most important role will be to make available the necessary capital on time on generous terms to the youth getting training and training.
Efforts have also started for how to do this. In this sequence, at the college level, the government is preparing to start an online entrepreneurship course of fixed hours for the youth who want to start entrepreneurship. The government-related institution will give certificates to those who get training through this scheme. Out of these, from bank linkage to the youth who want to set up enterprises, other help will also be provided by the government as per the need.
Similarly, the number of youth getting training under Mati Kala Board and Vishwakarma Shram Samman will also be doubled. The youth coming for training do not face any problem in getting capital from the bank for setting up the venture, so that the responsible people of the department will coordinate and get the loan application from the banks beforehand. After the training, the interested youth will be asked to fill the form at the training center itself. The local authorities will continuously coordinate with the bank till the loan money goes into the account of the young entrepreneur. Since the goal of one family one employment is big, it is expected that the first batch of youth who want to be trained through these schemes will be selected in April and training will also start at local Khadi centers from the first week of May.
Two lakh youth will get training in two years
The government has set a target of training two lakh youth to make them entrepreneurs in the next two years. A spokesperson of the state government says that in Yogi Sarkar-01, more than three crore youth of the state were linked with employment and self-employment. More than 25 lakh employment and self-employment opportunities were made available through the ODOP scheme alone. State’s Additional Chief Secretary, MSME Navneet Sehgal says that in view of the possibilities of One District One Product (ODOP) scheme, in the Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra-2022 issued by the BJP just before the elections, exports and employment in the next five years through ODOP. aims to double the opportunities. In the same sequence, the department has also started its preparation.