Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Ordered To Check 108 ITI Closures In UP
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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Ordered To Check 108 ITI Closures In UP

 
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a review meeting with the central government and state government officials on the subject related to skill development and entrepreneurship department in Lok Bhavan on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister instructed to investigate 108 private ITIs in the state.

Simultaneously, keeping in view the local needs, the skill set for skill development should be given to the young people to provide maximum employment opportunities at the local level.





The Chief Minister said that the goal of the Central Government is to provide piped drinking water and basic amenities. For this, plumbing and majestic training needs to be given. CM said that in all development blocks, effective action plans for the skill development of youth should be prepared. After the inclusion of these trades, the government can give placements of two to three lakh people.


He said that biometric presence in all ITIs should be made mandatory and it should be linked to the base. While taking seriously the road accidents in the state, the Chief Minister also questioned the progress of Driver Training Institute in the state. In addition, he insisted on developing this trade in ITI.

Instructions for preparing children for employment generation


While taking seriously the road accidents in the state, the Chief Minister also questioned the progress of Driver Training Institute in the state. In addition, he insisted on developing this trade in ITI. He emphasized on preparing children for employment generation in 121 sugar mills. Chief Minister instructed him to get better preparation for the four trainees of Uttar Pradesh in the World Skill Competition organized in Kazan, Russia from 22 August to 28 August.


At the same time, guided by Uttar Pradesh to go with a delegation trainee


 The meeting was attended by Union Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey, Cabinet Minister Chetan Chauhan, State Minister Suresh Pasi, senior officials of the Central Government and the State Government.
 

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