During the launch of the Madhya Pradesh Youth Policy, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan revealed several important announcements for the state’s youth. These included the implementation of the Mukhyamantri Yuva Kaushal Karmayi Yojana, as well as the decision to create two NEET merit lists. Additionally, Chouhan stated that applicants will now only be required to pay a one-time fee for all government job recruitment exams, and that those who are accepted will receive Rs 8,000 in training.
During the launch of the Madhya Pradesh Youth Policy on Thursday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that candidates would not have to pay multiple fees for appearing in various tests and interviews. Additionally, a youth portal was unveiled, which is a comprehensive online platform aimed at providing information, resources, and opportunities for the youth of the state. The CM also stated that the government plans to recruit 124,000 workers this year for employment, with 50,000 already recruited.
According to CM Shivraj Singh, there will be two merit lists of the NEET exam. One will be a general list, while the other will be made by providing a 5% reservation for children of government schools. He further added that the list would be based on 95% of the general NEET results.
The Madhya Pradesh government has announced that 5% of the seats will be reserved for children from government schools. Additionally, a sum of Rs. 8,000 will be provided as a training allowance. The Chief Minister stated that the Mukhyamantri Yuva Kaushal Karmayogi Yojana will provide training to youth who have discontinued their education after the 12th grade or have not been able to secure a permanent job after graduation. During the training, they will receive a monthly allowance of Rs. 8,000.
According to the Madhya Pradesh Youth Policy launched by CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the state government will provide training in various fields such as engineering, electronics, management, hotel management, tourism, IT, banking, and law to the youth under the Mukhyamantri Yuva Kaushal Karmayogi Yojana. The government will give Rs 8,000 per month to the trainees during the training period, while the company they work for will provide separate compensation. The CM also mentioned that registration for the scheme will begin on June 1, and the training allowance will start on July 1. This scheme is claimed to be the largest apprenticeship program in the world.