BBIA industrial cluster starts training of youth

BBIA members at launch of training prog for youth at Bari Brahmana on Tuesday.
BBIA members at launch of training prog for youth at Bari Brahmana on Tuesday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Dec 21: Bari Brahmana Industries Association Industrial Cluster started classes under the prestigious “Strive Project” of Ministry of Skill Development, Government of India for providing skill training to local unemployed youths in the different trades for which a grant of Rs 100 lakhs has been sanctioned in favour of the BBIA Industries Association Cluster.
It is worthwhile to mention here that under the Project, apprenticeship training shall be provided by the Industrial Units in two years for 60 local ITI passed Diploma holders in the approved trade of Tailor general and Electronic Mechanics and 80 youths of 10th passed for the trade of Packers and Printing and Packaging operators with the three months training in the Industrial Cluster and later on they shall be provided opportunity to work as apprentices in the different Industrial Units as per the Apprenticeship Act and after the successful training the local youth shall be adjusted in the Industrial units.
While addressing the trainees Lalit Mahajan, chairperson of the Industrial Cluster highlighted the various benefits available to the apprentices, and after successful training they will be employed as permanent employees in the Industrial Units with the benefits of ESIC/Provident Fund as per the Act.
Shiv Kumar Sharma, Member Secretary, Vivek, Treasurer, Viraaj Malhotra, Ajay Gupta, Rishi Gupta Member Governing Committee, Vinod Jamwal, Rajesh Jain and Ajay Langer Member Goods & Procurement Committee also attended the meeting.