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Registration process for ‘Chief Minister’s Learn-Earn Scheme’ begins from June 15, 703 work areas identified for training

Bhopal : In view of the increasing unemployment rate in the country, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan had launched the ‘Chief Minister’s Learn-Earn Scheme’ to make the youth self-reliant. So that the unemployment rate can be reduced. There is a big update regarding this plan. Under which the registration process of the youth under this scheme will start from June 15. Along with this, the organization will be registered on June 7.

The plan was approved in the cabinet meeting on May 17

With this new initiative of the Chief Minister, no doubt the youth of Madhya Pradesh will definitely get some relief. Let us inform that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan had approved the scheme in the cabinet meeting on 17th May. Through this scheme, unemployed youth of the state can earn 8 to 10 thousand rupees every month on the basis of their skills. The good thing is that the youth will start getting this money with training.

Training will start from August 1

The registration of the training institutions under the scheme will start from June 7 and the registration of the youth from June 15. The placement of the youth will be done from July 15. There will be a contract between the state government and the training institutions on July 31. Under the scheme, youth will be given training from August 1.

Know how much stipend will be received

Under the scheme, 5th to 12th pass youth of Madhya Pradesh aged 18 to 29 years will be given a stipend of Rs 8,000 per month, ITI passed Rs 8,500, diploma holder Rs 9,000 and graduate or higher educational qualification youth Rs 10,000 per month. . 75 percent of the stipend fixed by the state government will be paid to the trainees through DBT. 25 percent of the minimum stipend fixed by the concerned establishments will have to be deposited in the bank account of the trainees. Establishments will be free to give stipend more than the prescribed amount on their behalf.

marked scope

Under the scheme, 703 work areas have been identified for training the youth. This includes Manufacturing Sector, Engineering, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Management, Marketing, Hotel Management, Tourism, Tribal, Hospital, Railway, IT Sector, Software Development, Banking, Insurance, Accounts, Chartered Accountant, Media, Arts, Legal and Legal Services Establishments working in education, training, service sector etc. have been included.

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