Kalyan GuruKul is spreading the colours of happiness among the youth of Jharkhand with skill development and employment
#The youth of Jharkhand are becoming self-dependent through the sincere efforts of the Chief Minister
#6, 377 youth have got employment in the period from December 2019 till now
Ranchi, Jharkhand | March | 21, 2022 ::
Economic prosperity and skill development is the dream of Chief Minister Shri Hemant Soren as well as the need of the youth of Jharkhand. These two complement each other. Realizing this fact, on the initiative of the Chief Minister, ‘Prejha’ has been established under the joint venture of the Welfare Department and Pan IIT Alumni Foundation, the main objective of which is to provide skills according to the demand of the time to secure employment for the youth of the tribal and backward population of the state.
*Employment being provided*
A total of 4,884 youth were given employment between December 2019 and December 2021 in Kalyan Gurukul, started in 2014 with the initiative of the then and the present Chief Minister Shri Hemant Soren. Of these 3, 605 are boys and 1279 are girls. There are 3,723 ST, 249 SC and 839 OBC and 2,218 minority youth.
This employment is with an average salary of Rs 14,350 in organisations like Shapoorji Pallonji, JMC Projects, TI Metal Farming, Synthesis Home Textiles, Indo Auto among others. Since December 2019, 5443 youths by Kalyan Gurukul and 934 by Skill College have been secured employment after their training.
*Youth are being trained in various trades*
Kalyan Gurukul and Kaushal College have been established in remote rural areas, so that poor youth don’t face problems in transportation. There are 28 such Kalyan Gurukuls, one ITI Skill College and 9 Nursing Skill Colleges in the districts of Jharkhand. The training for various trades like Construction, Manufacturing, Sewing Machine Operator, Driving-logistics etc. is being imparted in the Gurukul. To enhance quality in training, Demo Work Site, Industry Grade Machines and Training Unit have been set up at Kalyan Gurukul to make learning easy for the students. Also, loans are available for taking the training. The objective of the government is to provide hundred percent employment to the trained beneficiaries by connecting them with big organisations in an easy and simple way. Training starts with discipline as the first principle of training. To maintain this discipline, ex-servicemen are appointed as head teachers in Kalyan Gurukul. International standards are followed in the training of the youth, so that students can also find jobs easily abroad.