As assured in the recent Collector's conference,
Chief Minister Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy approved sanctioning of two more sub
missions for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu programme. One mission separately for
minorities and another for Greater Hyderabad city. It may be recalled five sub
missions are already working to provide 15 lakh jobs in the next 3 years to the
The vision of Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu is to convert
large number of non-literate, school drop-out, unskilled & unemployed youth
into productive workforce by building their skills and thereby promoting
inclusive growth. The goal is 15 lakh jobs to youth by 2014-15.
The Andhra Pradesh Rajiv Education and
Employment Mission (REEMAP) functions through 7 Sub-Missions viz. Sub-
Mission for Rural Employment, for rural youth from SHG , Sub-Mission for Urban
Slums – for youth of Urban slum based SHGs, Sub- Mission for Urban area – for
youth of urban areas & ITI (pass/fail) & unemployed, Sub- Mission for
placements for polytechnic (pass/fail), Sub- Mission for Differently-abled,
Sub-Mission for Minorities and Sub-Mission for Hyderabad city.
The strategy for implementation is: targets
bottom most of the pyramid, electronic Registry of unemployed youth, mapping of
job opportunities industry-wise, industry focused skill development to youth
which is logically linked to jobs in the industry, identification of jobs - job
specific trainings - placements in industry, post-placement follow-up, GOI
collaboration in close coordination with industry, professional Training
partners & skill development agencies.
The Implementation Models are Training centres
linked to placements with professional training partners, Govt. own training &
placement centres, Industry based training centres, Job-melas/employer-employee
meets and GOI partnership models.
Major activities covered so far
are:-Sub-Mission-wise, District-wise implementation strategy, client group &
Targets and fund requirement worked out, a Series of Dist. Level Consultative
workshops involving all implementation departments & Collectors, more than 600
training centres opened and training going on, District level monitoring system
under the leadership of Collector, RYK Facilitation Centres & RYK portal and
made arrangements to deliver one lakh jobs by December 2011.
Key areas of partnership--Government & Industry
are: Mapping of job opportunities – Using RYK portal, Involvement of industry
in Training Centres, Faculty support, equipment, evaluation, In-house Training
centres in Industry, Establishment of Model Multi Skill Development Centres,
Govt. Industry partnership, Functional role to local industry in improving ITI,
Polytechnic and vocational colleges, Addressing High level of attrition,
Lodging & Boarding facilities at affordable cost and Transportation.