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Know the most important announcements for the youth in the state government budget

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The state government’s budget was presented. Finance Minister Ajit Pawar presented the budget. Know what has been announced for the youth in this budget.

Ajit Pawar, Deputy Chief MinisterImage Credit Source: Vidhansabha

Harish Malusare

Harish Malusare
updated on: June 28, 2024 | 4:42 pm

State Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Ajit Pawar presented the budget in the Assembly. In this budget, the state government has made a shower of announcements and big announcements have been made for women. The state government has also made announcements for the youth. Chief Minister Yuva Karya Prashikshan Yojana has been announced to provide on-the-job training to 10 lakh youth every year. A scuba diving center has been announced in Sindhudurg district.

Announcement for youth in state government budget

  • Chief Minister Yuva Karya Prashikshan Yojana – ‘Chief Minister Yuva Karyakar Prashikshan Yojana’ to provide on-the-job training to 10 lakh youth every year – Tuition fee up to Rs 10 thousand per trainee – Annual expenditure of about Rs 6 thousand crore
  • To spread information about government schemes among the public, 50,000 youths are given employment training every year. Various institutions like ‘Practical Knowledge and Skill Development for Human Development’, Data Centre, supported by the World Bank, are strengthened
  • Approval to set up ‘Centres of Excellence’ in technical education institutions in Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Amravati, Yavatmal, Kolhapur, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Karad District Satara, Avasari Khurd District Pune.
  • 95 thousand 478 candidates selected for jobs in the year 2023-24 from Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Employment Fair and Namo Maharojgar Fair
  • ‘Swami Vivekananda International Skill Development Prabodhini’ launched in Govandi, Mumbai – 511 ‘Pramod Mahajan Rural Skill Development Centers’ established in rural areas – Skill training to 18 thousand 980 candidates aged between 15 to 45 years
  • Tribal Research and Training Institute (TRTI), Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Research and Training Institute (BARTI), Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Research and Training Institute (SARTHI), Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Research and Training Institute (Mahajyoti), Maharashtra Research and Training Prabodhini (AMRUT) etc. Training- 52 thousand 405 students got job opportunities
  • A total of Rs. 100 crore fund will be provided for Research and Innovation Centres with Rs. 50 crore each from the University and the Government
  • Provision of Rs 100 crore for self-employment financing schemes through Shabri Tribal Finance and Development Corporation
  • Scholarship scheme for foreign education from 2024-25 is also applicable for students from minority community
  • Under the Gyan Jyoti Savitribai Phule Aadhar Scheme, students of Other Backward Classes, Vimukta Jati and Nomadic Tribes and Special Backward Classes pursuing higher education will get housing allowance ranging from Rs 38 to 60 thousand per year.
  • Gopinath Munde Sugarcane Workers Development Corporation approved the establishment of 82 government hostels for the children of sugarcane workers
  • Approval for setting up of new Government Medical Colleges with intake capacity of 100 students each and attached hospitals with 430 beds each to increase the number of doctors from the present ratio of 84 per 1 lakh population to over 100 by 2035.
  • Approval to establish a new Government Unani College with enrollment capacity of 100 students at Mauje Savar, Taluka Mhasla, District Raigad, New Government Ayurveda College in Buldhana District, Substantial increase in tuition fees of Junior and Senior Resident Doctors in Government Medical Colleges. Also remuneration of voluntary teachers.
  • Investment of about 1 lakh crore rupees in thrust sector – creation of 50 thousand jobs
  • Green Hydrogen – Investment of Rs 2 lakh 11 thousand 400 crore – Creation of 55 thousand 900 jobs Mahapay, ‘India Gems and Jewellery Park’ planned on 25 acres of land in Navi Mumbai – 2 thousand micro, small and medium enterprises included – Investment of Rs 55 thousand 900 crore 50 thousand crore – Creation of one lakh jobs
  • Integrated and Sustainable Textile Industry Policy 2023 to 2028 – Substantial investment of Rs 25 thousand crores in five years – Creation of 5 lakh jobs
  • Small-scale textile industry complexes as well as technical textile parks to be set up to boost private investment
  • International standard scuba diving centre in Sindhudurg district – Estimated cost Rs. 20 crore – Employment to 800 local people

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