Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana – In the year 2015 the government supported by the Ministry Of Rural Development scheme renamed as Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana. This scheme target was to trade the essential skills and empowering the ability people to earn by themselves.
The main criteria are to make the citizens of India specially from the rural areas, self-develop to pursue the job for the individual choice based, the skill development programs are carried out by the urban citizens at various city locations across the country.
To be trained the government has allotted the worth of 15,000 for each person, to encourage the poor citizens from the urban areas to start their own business, the government has been offering the many schemes to help the eligible person to get an individual job.
To reduce the poverty by enabling the poor households to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in appreciable improvement in their livelihood through giving a strong confidential institutions to the poor.
How the Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana Scheme has been Effective
- By providing skill development programs and sanctioning loans to the urban poor
- The scheme transparently reflects the functions carried out by the government to brush out the poverty and unemployment
- To the vendors across the country the infrastructure needed for their business to develop
- The government has given the big opportunity for the industries as well as to the stakeholders to work with the immense of opportunities which providing by the scheme
- The government wishes to enhance the sense of entrepreneurship in citizens coming from the back word states and those below the poverty line.
Employment through skill training and placement– Worth of 15,000 per person is allowed on the training of urban poor, training urban to give the huge demand from the urban citizens by separate market-oriented skills through city livelihood centers
Institution development- this process will work under the self-help groups (SHG) for the training members and hand holding, initial support of 10,000 is given for each group.
Sanction to urban people- benefit of 5-7% for setting up the individual micro-enterprises with the loan up to 2 lakh and for the group enterprises with the limit up to the Worth of 10 lakhs
Shelter for urban homeless- the cost of construction of shelters for urban homeless is fully funded under the scheme
The development of the applicant markets and also the promotion of skills for the applicants via setting up the infrastructure and special projects to all kind of abled people.
India was developing only because of these schemes and providing life opportunities to all kinds of people if the same encouragement continues India will soon become the Developed nation.
Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana Scheme Implementation
The implementation of the DAY, the Ministry of Housing and urban has signed a bond with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Now NSDC will be responsible for the identification of beneficiaries, define the syllabus and standards of training sessions, and issue the certification to the trained members.
According to the recent survey, about 4.54 lakh urban poor have received the training between 2014 and 2106 under this scheme, about 22% of those who received the training found employment.
Apart from this, another INR 54 crore was spent on setting up almost 3000 group of enterprises. Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana seem to have led in the implementation of this scheme.
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