• 05 June, 2019

Modi’s Digitalization Scheme: ITI’s Booming In Rural Areas

Being digital means being responsive without interruption all the time. Businesses that are digital have something that pre-digital business don’t have; short tools & equipment to adapt & react, ready to detect, act and analyze on the changing circumstances and also demanding connectivity among the workgroup. The digital world will become reality with passing days which are going to be some potential changes.

ITI’s are fast becoming prepared for many pass-outs who gets an e-certification. The employers will also be able to validate these certificates directly using the portal through or the code with no need for any paperwork. There are many courses at ITI’s which are digital. The electronic technology equips the graduates with entry-level skills for the industry for installing, maintaining & troubleshooting basic analog and digital electronic equipment. The digital world will become reality with passing days. These are going to be some potential charges.

The government’s flagship skilling scheme, PMKVY, is struggling to achieve the end-results. A report revealed, 36.67 lakh candidates who had been trained or were undergoing training across the country, less than tenth- 2.9 lakh candidates- had received placement offers.

Youth4work, a skill-based platform, helped more than 120 students of the SAI IT Institute to upskill, practice and pass Skill India’s PMKVY SKILL certification. The students prepared the online solution for the PMKVY, provided on the Youth4work’s platform and the passing ratio of students is very high. 120 students appeared for the Data Entry skill certification tests and 115 cleared and got skill India certificate.

Increasing the employment potential of the Youth in India, the platform Youth4work had signed MoU’s with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), RASCI, Telecom Sector, and Management & Entrepreneurship and Professional Skills Council (MEPSC). The major role of these organization is to skill youth and provide employability across India. Rachit Jain, CEO of Youth4work says, “Rachit Jain, CEO of Youth4work says, “The need of imparting right skills for institutes and finding the right person with skills for employers is one of the key challenges that India faces in this era. We have managed to help the potential youth and gave them a platform to prove their competencies and improve them to level up with global standards. All local and global companies have explored this large rural talent pool on this platform which extended their career opportunities.