Poonch: Mission Youth activities reviewed at DLTF meeting – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News


POONCH: The District-Level Task Force (DLTF) on Mission Youth today approved the Mission Youth Plan 2022-23 at its meeting chaired by District Development Commissioner Poonch, Inder And I.

The plan envisages, among other things, the improvement/development of the skills of 6,500 unemployed young people identified in different youth clubs.

The DLTF also deliberated on the goals to be achieved under the Mission’s Youth Livelihood Generation Program.

The plan aims to benefit 150 young people under the MUMKIN livelihood generation program, 150 under the entrepreneurship stimulation initiative, 300 under the Tejaswani program to encourage female entrepreneurship , 150 for the SAHAYTA program, 10 for the Young Innovators program, 20 for the sector-specific program for dental professionals, 10 for the Rise Together program.

The meeting further decided that all other departments that implement different government livelihood generation programs will guarantee 40% of the profits of these programs to youth club members in the age bracket of 18-35 years. .

In addition, all departments, within 2 days, must notify a nodal point of contact for information dissemination, questions and answers, and feedback related to all departmental activities, especially self-employment outreach programs. members of district youth clubs. In addition, all departments must notify the monthly activity schedule for conducting activities in each youth club.

For the Young Innovators Program, a committee under the chairmanship of Principal Government Degree College Poonch will be formed for the selection and finalization of proposals.

The meeting was attended by Additional District Development Commissioner, Abdul Sattar, DSEO, Officers of Agriculture, Horticulture, Handicrafts, Handloom, FCS & CA Department, information, animal husbandry, employment, main bank, MSMEs, education and medical departments.


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