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Making one person in every family digitally literate is one of the integral components of the Prime Ministers vision of “Digital India”. The Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (DISHA) or National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM) Scheme has been formulated to impart IT training to 52.5 lakh persons, including Anganwadi and ASHA workers and authorised ration dealers in all the States/UTs across the country so that the non-IT literate citizens are trained to become IT literate so as to enable them to actively and effectively participate in the democratic and developmental process and also enhance their livelihood. Altogether 52.5 lakh persons, including Anganwadi and ASHA workers and authorised ration dealers will be trained under the programme in two phases. In the first phase, 10 lakh beneficiaries will be trained under the scheme. Out of this, 6.3 lakh beneficiaries will be trained on Level 1 and 2.7 lakh beneficiaries will be trained on Level 2. Nine lakh beneficiaries will be eligible for training fee support from the government. The rest 100,000 beneficiaries will be trained by the industry and civil society partners. Under Phase II, 42.5 lakh persons will be trained, which also includes Anganwadi and ASHA workers and authorised ration dealers. Definition of DIGITAL LITERACY “Digital Literacy is the ability of individuals and communities to understand and use digital technologies for meaningful actions within life situations”. Two levels of training under the SCHEME The two levels of IT training envisaged under the Scheme will have the following broad objectives: Appreciation of Digital Literacy (Level 1) To make a person IT literate, so that he/ she can operate digital devices, like mobile phones, tablets, etc., send and receive emails and search Internet for information, etc. Basics of Digital Literacy (Level 2) Besides IT literacy at a higher level, the citizen would also be trained to effectively access the various e-Governance services being offered to the citizen by the Government and other agencies. Eligibility Criteria Level 1 : Non-IT literate - Illiterate and upto 7th standard pass Level 2 : Non-IT literate with atleast 8th standard pass Age : 14 to 60 years Course Duration Level 1 : 20 Hours (Minimum 10 Days and Maximum 30 Days) Level 2 : 40 Hours (Minimum 20 Days and Maximum 60 Days) Medium of Instruction Level 1 and 2 : Official Languages of India Fee Level 1 : For SC/ ST/ BPL Households, no training fee payable and for General candidates, course fee of Rs. 125 applicable. Level 2 : For SC/ ST/ BPL Households, no training fee payable and for General candidates, course fee of Rs. 250 applicable. Place of Learning The eligible households can nominate one person from their family. The selected person to get himself enrolled under this programme in a nearest Training Centre/ Common Service Center (CSC). Evaluation Independent external evaluation will be conducted by a National level certifying agency like NIELIT, NIOS, IGNOU, etc.
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojanais a unique initiative by the Government of India that aims to offer 24 lakh Indian youth meaningful, industry relevant, skill based training. Under this scheme, the trainees will be offered a financial reward and a government certification on successful completion of training and assessment, which will help them in securing a job for a better future.
Currently, only a very small proportion of India’s workforce has any formal skill training. Not surprisingly therefore several sectors of the country’s economy face shortage of skilled people and are mired with low productivity levels due to poor quality of workforce. At the same time, large sections of the country’s youth are looking for economic and livelihood opportunities. In this context, skill development has become a key priority area for the country. This is not only essential for economic development, but would help to fulfil youth aspirations for good quality, better paid jobs and self-employment opportunities. This would also enable the country to take advantage of its favorable demographic profile. With a large pool of skilled people, India has an opportunity to become a skill provider for the world, particularly the ageing developed world. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) is the flagship outcome- based skill training scheme of the new Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). This skill certification and reward scheme aims to enable and mobilize a large number of Indian youth to take up skill training and become employable and earn their livelihood. Under the scheme, monetary reward would be provided to trainees who are successfully trained, assessed and certified in skill courses run by affiliated training providers. This will boost the productivity of the country’s workforce by enabling them to acquire high quality skill training across a range of sectors. It will also bring about a paradigm shift from input-based to outcome-based skill training in the country. It also seeks to significantly scale up skill training activities in the country and enable skill training to happen at a fast pace without compromising quality. Institutional arrangements comprising of the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Sector Skill Councils (SSCs), Assessing agencies and Training Partners are already in place for implementation of the scheme.
The objective of this Scheme is to encourage skill development for youth by providing monetary rewards for successful completion of approved training programs.
Encourage standardization in the certification process and initiate a process of creating a registry of skills.
Enable and mobilize a large number of Indian youth to take up skill training and become employable and earn their livelihood. Increase productivity of the existing workforce and align the training and certification to the needs of the country.
Provide Monetary Awards for Skill Certification to boost employability and productivity of youth by incentivizing them for skill trainings
Reward candidates undergoing skill training by authorized institutions at an average monetary reward of Rs. 8,000 (Rupees Eight Thousand) per candidate.
Benefit 24 lakh youth at an approximate total cost of Rs. 1,500 Crores. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY).
National Occupational Standards (NOSs) specify the standard of performance that an individual must achieve when carrying out a particular activity in the workplace, together with the knowledge and understanding they need to meet that standard consistently. Each NOS defines one key function in a job role. In their essential form, NOSs describe functions, standards of performance and knowledge / understanding. Qualification pack is a set of NOSs, aligned to a job role, called Qualification Packs (QPs), would be available for every job role in each industry sector QPs as on 31st March 2015 are available on the PMKVY website. SSCs would provide updated lists of QPs and NOSs for the Pilot Phase of the Scheme..
A candidate can get enrolled and trained under PMKVY by providing his/ her mobile number and other alternate IDs such as EPIC (Electors Photo Identity Card) and PAN (Permanent Account Number). The Training Partner must facilitate enrolment of a candidate for Aadhaar. The Aadhaar number is only being used to ensure that a candidate does not avail of the monetary reward more than once during the Scheme.
The banking activity under PMKVY has been classified under the following three points: A. Training Partner can charge Full Fee Upfront A Training Partner is free to charge (and should charge) the complete training fee from the trainee. If the trainee undertakes the Training by paying upfront to the Training Provider, trainee can provide any Bank account details and should not sign any Undertaking and will receive the complete Monetary Reward in their bank account (any bank account which the Trainee provides). B. Training Partners may work with designated Banks for PMKVY In case the Training Partner choses to extend credit to a few students in the batch (it is done at their own discretion), TP can work with the Banks which are designated for PMKVY to open bank accounts with specific Auto-debit facility. Information about the banks shall be communicated with the stakeholders shortly. Please Note, NSDC will not be anytime responsible for any mis-credit/failed Auto-Debit to the TP’s account. The Training Partner has to abide by the Terms & Conditions of the Bank & NSDC to explore this option. C. Training Providers can work with their own Banking Network The Training Partner is free to explore their own Banking arrangements with any Bank (Nationalized/Private) if they do not want to adhere to the terms & conditions laid in step B. In this case the Auto-Debit (if they choose to extend credit) & opening of Zero balance bank accounts will be managed by the Training Providers themselves.