More than 42,000 unemployed young people opted for an internship | Jaipur News

Jaipur: A total of 42,439 youths have so far opted for internships and 7,639 are undergoing vocational training under the repackaged version of Mukhyamantri Yuva Sambal Yojana in Rajasthan as the state government withdrew its previous order dress code for trainees in the program. Under this scheme, about 1.98 lakh youths will receive the increased unemployment benefit of Rs 4,000 and Rs 4,500 in the state.
The Ministry of Employment had previously transmitted the file to the higher authorities for authorization to remove the dress code for the beneficiaries of the device, which was previously made compulsory. “The minister had asked us to remove the dress code for beneficiaries,” an official said. The repackaged program mandates an internship of four hours a day for five days a week in government offices or companies for unemployed beneficiaries to receive program benefits.
In accordance with the new program guidelines, beneficiaries will cease to receive the allowance if they interrupt the internship.
Under the new scheme, unemployment benefit was increased from Rs 3,500 to Rs 4,500 for girls, disabled and transgender people, and from Rs 3,000 to Rs 4,000 for boys.
Now, two lakh beneficiaries will be eligible for the scheme every year, which is an increase of 1.6 lakh so far. A beneficiary will be eligible for unemployment benefit for 2 years. If they do not have a degree or vocational qualification (eg BEd, BTech, MBBS, BSc nursing or BPharma), they will need to complete a three-month vocational training course provided by the RSLDC.

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