“As per interim findings of the report, 27 per cent of candidates enrolled in the above skill development programmes found employment.
“Some of the reasons for non-employment include resistance to migration, pursuit of higher education, etc,” Minister of State (Independent Charge) Rajiv Pratap Rudy said in a written reply to Lok Sabha.
The study was conducted by the World Bank on behalf of state-run National Skill Development Agency (NSDA).
The objective of the study was to understand and learn from the performance of these five skill development programmes in Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh and generate lessons that can benefit all stakeholders in their efforts towards workforce development in India.
The five programmes chosen for the study were Skill Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS) of the Ministry of Labour and Employment, The and its successor scheme Aajeevika Skills of the Ministry of Rural Development and Rural Self Employment Training Institute (RSETI) of the Ministry of Rural Development.
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