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Aspirational Skilling Abhiyan

Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) through its Transformation of Aspirational Districts programme aims to identify challenges for skill development in districts and co-creating customized solutions for overcoming these challenges. The programme hinges on expeditiously transforming 117 districts that were identified across 28 states.  Under MSDE various schemes viz. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY), National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS), Craftsman Training Scheme (CTS) and Jan SikhshanSansthan (JSS) are being implemented across Pan India including aspirational districts.During FY 2021-22, 73 Jan ShikshanSansthans are operational in 72Aspirational Districts (including 40 JSSs sanctioned during FY 2021-22). Priority is also given to aspirational districts while setting up of new JSSs in the country.

The details of candidates trained in aspirational districts are as under:

PMKVY:

PMKVY 2.0 and PMKVY 3.0 (Including Covid Crash Course) CSCM update of Aspirational Districts as per SIP reports till 21-Nov-21
PMKVY 2.0 PMKVY 3.0
TrainingType No. of Centres  Trained  Certified  Reported Placed No. of Centres  Trained  Certified  Reported Placed
Short Term Training (STT)                       928      4,74,563      3,88,904                    2,12,742                       113          11,230            1,212                          1,215
Special Projects (SPL)                       196          15,711          11,780                          4,784                       178            4,021                     –                                   –
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)  NA      6,85,679      5,39,025  NA  NA          14,254            1,057  NA
Total                    1,124    11,75,953      9,39,709                    2,17,526                       291          29,505            2,269                          1,215

JSS:

Details of candidates trained from FY 2018-19 to till date
Number of JSS No. of candidates trained
73 1,51,261

A financial assistance of Rs. 10 lakh per Aspirational district as central share was provided to 117 Aspirational districts under SANKALP as per details at Annexure-I.

The number of centres set up across the country and number of the people benefitted under the said scheme at present along with the State-wise details including Chhattisgarh are attached at Annexure-IIand Annexure-III.

Annexure-I

Annexure referred to in reply to LSUQ No. 2373 to be answered on 13.12.2021 regarding ‘ASPIRATIONAL SKILLING ABHIYAN’

S. No State Date of Release Amount in INR
A Aspirational Skill Abhiyaan (ASA)
1 Andhra Pradesh 12.11.2018 30,00,000.00
2 Arunachal Pradesh 12.11.2018 10,00,000.00
3 Assam 12.11.2018 70,00,000.00
4 Bihar 12.11.2018 1,30,00,000.00
5 Chattisgarh 28.12.2018 1,00,00,000.00
6 Gujarat 12.11.2018 20,00,000.00
7 Haryana 12.11.2018 10,00,000.00
8 Himachal Pradesh 12.11.2018 10,00,000.00
9 Jammu and Kashmir 12.11.2018 20,00,000.00
10 Jharkhand 12.11.2018 1,90,00,000.00
11 Karnataka 22.01.2019 20,00,000.00
12 Kerala 12.01.2018 10,00,000.00
13 Madhya Pradesh 28.12.2018 80,00,000.00
14 Maharashtra 12.11.2018 40,00,000.00
15 Manipur 12.11.2018 10,00,000.00
16 Meghalaya 12.11.2018 10,00,000.00
17 Mizoram 28.12.2018 10,00,000.00
18 Nagaland 12.11.2018 10,00,000.00
19 Odisha 12.11.2018 1,00,00,000.00
20 Punjab 12.11.2018 20,00,000.00
21 Rajasthan 28.12.2018 50,00,000.00
22 Sikkim 12.02.2019 10,00,000.00
23 Tamil Nadu 12.11.2018 20,00,000.00
24 Telangana 28.12.2018 30,00,000.00
25 Tripura 12.10.2018 10,00,000.00
26 Uttar Pradesh 12.11.2018 80,00,000.00
27 UttaraKhand 12.11.2018 20,00,000.00
28 West Bengal 12.11.2018 50,00,000.00
Total A 11,70,00,000.00

Annexure-II

Annexure referred to in reply to LSUQ No. 2373 to be answered on 13.12.2021 regarding ‘ASPIRATIONAL SKILLING ABHIYAN’

PMKVY:

PMKVY 2.0 and PMKVY 3.0 (Including Covid Crash Course) update of Aspirational Districts as per SIP reports till 21-Nov-21
PMKVY 2.0
Short Term Training (STT) Special Projects (SPL) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
TC State No. of Centres Trained Certified Reported Placed No. of Centres Trained Certified Reported Placed Oriented Certified
Andhra Pradesh 46 26,284 23,784 16,412 9 1,108 842 337 27,811 22,137
Arunachal Pradesh 2 1,576 1,466 744 1 150 135 13,673 10,308
Assam 51 28,287 23,204 10,448 14 1,398 1,273 648 1,44,523 95,696
Bihar 120 72,688 57,039 30,339 10 974 767 385 69,247 59,672
Chhattisgarh 35 18,823 14,048 4,896 10 620 451 9,309 5,746
Gujarat 8 3,771 2,844 1,615 2,609 1,367
Haryana 11 4,671 3,953 2,129 1 1,081 670 252 1,345 932
Himachal Pradesh 6 2,212 1,867 1,032 2 341 301 112 1,004 791
Jammu And Kashmir 28 7,702 6,917 3,856 6 539 423 246 34,809 29,971
Jharkhand 106 48,243 37,144 17,644 23 1,786 1,416 794 1,14,141 96,554
Karnataka 7 5,988 5,121 2,551 2 120 114 3,298 2,656
Kerala 4 780 656 358 1 95 86 1,272 931
Madhya Pradesh 107 55,309 45,505 28,352 3 303 224 233 39,536 32,665
Maharashtra 15 13,058 10,607 4,686 13 969 441 24,333 19,387
Manipur 10 4,128 3,368 775 728 721
Meghalaya 1 3,549 2,977 1,708 110 38
Mizoram 4 1,906 1,638 530 4 739 617 180 300 291
Nagaland 1 839 547
Odisha 54 29,380 24,671 13,508 12 333 200 60,904 46,945
Punjab 41 12,771 11,469 6,169 8 805 631 24 5,062 4,016
Rajasthan 53 21,137 18,222 10,761 1 29 26 10 19,289 16,429
Sikkim 6 2,329 1,851 1,020 172 170
Tamil Nadu 22 8,034 6,883 4,696 27 1,168 1,018 687 3,835 3,002
Telangana 3 3,570 3,328 2,115 207 112
Tripura 5 1,757 1,133 238 16 1,199 1,074 806 13,444 7,897
Uttar Pradesh 78 32,529 25,659 14,193 12 496 92 62 33,610 28,865
Uttarakhand 49 23,891 20,167 11,716 9 250 128 27,487 22,577
West Bengal 56 40,190 33,383 20,251 11 369 304 8 33,621 29,149
Total 928 4,74,563 3,88,904 2,12,742 196 15,711 11,780 4,784 6,85,679 5,39,025
RPL orients candidates and doesn’t mandate placements
PMKVY 3.0
Short Term Training (STT) Special Projects (SPL) Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
TC State No. of Centres Certified Reported Placed No. of Centres Trained Certified Reported Placed Oriented Certified
Andhra Pradesh 4 1 54 1 374
Arunachal Pradesh 1 18
Assam 7 21 24 640 1,110 315
Bihar 14 440 234 49 754 1,769 256
Chhattisgarh 7 1 47
Gujarat 1 84
Haryana 1
Himachal Pradesh 1 85 36 1 275 16
Jammu And Kashmir 2 46 15 25
Jharkhand 16 31 795 397 35
Karnataka 2 27
Kerala 1 1 200 160 65
Madhya Pradesh 8 202 229 16 160 1,181 138
Maharashtra 4 99 13 2,524 1
Manipur 1
Meghalaya 1 60
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha 9 67 80 3 80 1,706 16
Punjab 2 53 20 1 25
Rajasthan 5 1 57 3 15 951
Sikkim 1 1
Tamil Nadu 1 2 179
Telangana 2 30 57 212
Tripura 1 9
Uttar Pradesh 9 4 5 20 971 47
Uttarakhand 2 79 88 16 853 1,536 158
West Bengal 10 44 249 8 325 931 10
Total 113 1,212 1,215 178 4,021 14,254 1,057

Annexure-III

Annexure referred to in reply to LSUQ No. 2373 to be answered on 13.12.2021 regarding ‘ASPIRATIONAL SKILLING ABHIYAN’

JSS:

Detail of number of centres and number of candidates  trained through from FY 2018-22 to till date:

Sl. No.       State Name      JSS Name  FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22
1 Andhra Pradesh JSS Visakhapatnam 800 1801 1800 720
2 Andhra Pradesh JSS Vizianagaram* 0
3 Assam JSS Darrang 680 1800 1780 520
4 Assam JSS Dhubri* 0
5 Bihar JSS Araria* 60
6 Bihar JSS Aurangabad 798 1800 1320 700
7 Bihar JSS Banka* 0
8 Bihar JSS Begusarai* 0
9 Bihar JSS Gaya 650 1769 995 398
10 Bihar JSS Jamui* 0
11 Bihar JSS Muzaffarpur 800 1800 1800 740
12 Bihar JSS Nawada* 0
13 Bihar JSS Sitamarhi* 0
14 Chhattisgarh JSS Baster 740 1800 1800 560
15 Chhattisgarh JSS Bijapur* 0
16 Chhattisgarh JSS Dantewada* 0
17 Chhattisgarh JSS Kanker* 0
18 Chhattisgarh JSS Kondagaon* 0
19 Chhattisgarh JSS Korba 800 2000 1800 280
20 Chhattisgarh JSS Mahasamund* 0
21 Chhattisgarh JSS Narayanpur* 0
22 Chhattisgarh JSS Rajnandgaon 380 1738 1580 680
23 Chhattisgarh JSS Sukma* 0
24 Himachal Pradesh JSS Chamba* 0
25 Jammu And Kashmir JSS Kupwara 486 1735 1775 486
26 Jharkhand JSS Bokaro 812 1806 1800 500
27 Jharkhand JSS Dumka* 0
28 Jharkhand JSS Hazaribagh 835 1702 1684 299
29 Jharkhand JSS Khunti* 0
30 Jharkhand JSS Latehar* 0
31 Jharkhand JSS Pakur* 40
32 Jharkhand JSS Palamu* 0
33 Jharkhand JSS Ramgarh* 0
34 Jharkhand JSS Ranchi 822 1875 940 80
35 Jharkhand JSS Simdega* 0
36 Jharkhand JSS Gumla* 0
37 Jharkhand JSS Garhwa* 0
38 Jharkhand JSS Giridih* 0
39 Karnataka JSS Raichur 745 1800 1800 220
40 Karnataka JSS Yadgir* 0
41 Ladakh JSS Baramula* 0
42 Madhya Pradesh JSS Chhatarpur 700 1800 1660 640
43 Madhya Pradesh JSS Damoh 745 1795 1620 940
44 Madhya Pradesh JSS Guna 800 1800 1476 360
45 Madhya Pradesh JSS Khandwa 700 1800 1800 360
46 Maharashtra JSS Gadchiroli* 0
47 Maharashtra JSS Nandurbar II 620 1800 1580 780
48 Maharashtra JSS Nandurbar-I 614 1755 1034 1258
49 Maharashtra JSS Washim 800 1683 1759 0
50 Manipur JSS Chandel* 0
51 Mizoram JSS Mamit* 0
52 Nagaland JSS Kiphire* 0
53 Odisha JSS Balangir 811 1806 1420 379
54 Odisha JSS Dhenkanal 772 1800 1400 340
55 Odisha JSS Gajapati* 0
56 Odisha JSS Kalahandi* 0
57 Odisha JSS Kandhamal* 0
58 Odisha JSS Koraput 720 1800 1800 140
59 Odisha JSS Malkangiri* 0
60 Odisha JSS Navrangpur* 0
61 Odisha JSS Nuapada 680 1800 1800 300
62 Odisha JSS Rayagada* 0
63 Rajasthan JSS Jaisalmer* 0
64 Tamil Nadu JSS Virudhunagar 735 1822 840 695
65 Telangana JSS Khammam 760 1820 1820 1080
66 Tripura JSS Dhalai* 0
67 Uttar Pradesh JSS Bahraich 800 1800 1700 920
68 Uttar Pradesh JSS Chandauli 712 1800 1800 940
69 Uttar Pradesh JSS Chitrakoot 500 1801 1800 640
70 Uttar Pradesh JSS Fatehpur 0 0 460 460
71 Uttar Pradesh JSS Shrawasti 720 1800 1800 1080
72 Uttar Pradesh JSS Siddharthnagar 720 1800 1440 358
73 Uttar Pradesh JSS Sonabhadra 740 1800 1800 1120

*Jan ShikshanSansthans sanctioned in FY 2021-22

This information was given by the Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar in a written reply in the Lok Sabha today.

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