CM Sarathi scheme started with opening of Birsa training centre in 80 blocks in the first phase, incentive and transport allowance will also be available

Ranchi:  CM Hemant Soren started Birsa Kendra under Mukhyamantri Sarathi Yojana in Ranchi on Saturday. He interacted with the youths who are taking training in five centres. Under this scheme, employment incentive and transport allowance were given to the trainers taking training in various centres.

CM transferred money to everyone’s account through online medium. Further money will be given to the trainees through DBT. CM Hemant Soren sent Rs 13, 03, 500 as incentive allowance to the accounts of 1039 beneficiaries. Of these, money was sent to the accounts of 528 girl students and 511 students. And Rs 11, 87, 840 was sent to the accounts of 2178 beneficiaries as transport allowance.

It has 273 male students and 1905 female students. The objective behind starting this scheme is to connect the talented youth of the state with employment and self-employment by giving them free skill training. For this, Block Level Institute for Rural Skill Acquisition Centre is being started.

In the first phase (2023-24), it is being started in 80 blocks of the state. Birsa scheme will be implemented in all the blocks of the state in the coming days. Youth of all categories will be able to take advantage of the Mukhyamantri Sarathi Yojana, which is being started for the youth, free of cost. The eligibility for this has been decided by the government. Skill training will be provided at block level for 18-35 year old men/women of general category and up to 50 years of reserved category (ST/SC/OBC) men/women. Successful young men/women will also be employed after the training.

In case of no employment within three months, Rs 1000/- will be given to youths as employment incentive allowance and Rs 1500/- per month to girls/disabled/transgender through DBT for a maximum period of one year. Also, there is a provision to send 1000/- per month through DBT to the trainees of non-residential training from their home to the training centre. 

For more information, youth can contact the toll free number 1800-123-3444 for free skill training.

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