1. Government of India Ministry of Tourism
Empanelment Of Private Bodies/institutions/Organisations as Training Providers for Hospitality Trades Under the “HUNAR SE ROZGAR TAK” Programme of Ministry of Tourism
In the year 2009-10, the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) launched a special initiative called “Hunar Se Rozgar Tak” (HSRT) for creation of employable skills amongst youth specific to Hospitality and Tourism Sector. The objectives underlying this initiative are primarily to reduce the skill gap that afflicts the Sector and to work towards the dispersal of the economic benefits of growing tourism to the poor.
2. Ministry Of Textile Government of India
The Textiles Sector has the second largest share of employment after agriculture. With technological modernization being the key to high industrial growth, labour intensive industries like textiles require not only skilled workforce, but also massive vocational training for skill upgradation of the existing workers engaged in the organized as well as unorganized sectors, (including handlooms, powerlooms, sericulture, wool, khadi, etc.).
As per the NSDC report, the overall employment in the T&C sector would increase from about 33 to 35 million in 2008 to about 60 to 62 million by 2022. This would translate to an incremental human resource requirement of about 25 million persons. Of this the Mainstream T&C sector has the potential to employ about 17 million persons incrementally till 2022. It implies that by the end of the XII Plan (2016-17), which is roughly close to 2018, the textile sector’s incremental human resource requirement would be about 17.8 million, of which 11.00 million human resources would be required in the Mainstream T&C sector.
3. Scheme for Capacity Building in Textiles Sector
The textile and apparel industry is one of the earliest industries developed in India. Its entire value chain from fiber to apparel manufacturing has a strong presence within the country. It is the biggest employer after agriculture. In order to meet the skill gap in the industry and also to supplement its efforts initiated through the Special Package for Garments and Made-ups, the Government has approved the new scheme titled “Scheme for Capacity Building in Textiles Sector ” for the entire value chain of textiles except Spinning and Weaving in the organized sector, for a period of three years from 2017-18 to 2019-20 with an outlay of Rs. 1300 crore. The Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector shall be known by the name “समर्थ (Samarth)”.
The scheme targets to train 10 lakh persons (9 lakh in Organized & 1 lakh in traditional sector).
4. Scheme for Cold Storage Implantation
Indian Govt has been introduced scheme for Cold Storage Imaplantation . For Further Enquiry Contact us soon.