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Telangana – Hyderabad

Apollo MedSkills Limited.
# 8-2-293/82/A/501P, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Floor,
Above Adidas & Reebok Showroom, Road No. 36,
Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500033.
04032939432 / 7306003030.


Government Projects status as on date

SI. No State Program Name Target
1 Assam Assam State Rural Livelihoods Mission Society 3660
2 Kerala Kudumbashree State Mission, 1420
3 Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation 1810
4 Chhattisgarh Director-DPLCS Balrampur 70
5 Bihar Jeevika-BRLM 3000
6 Tripura Tripura Rural Livelihood Mission 1300
7 Odisha Odisha Rural Development and Marketing Society 1060

India’s rural youth will be “capable” of employment in different countries after undergoing training under an ambitious skill development programme to be launched by the government tomorrow.

The Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojna (DDU-GKY) seeks to reposition rural India as a resource that can support the needs of the global manufacturing industry, a Rural Development Ministry official said today.

As the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is personally driving the ‘Make in India’ campaign to promote India as a global manufacturing hub, the Rural Development Ministry will is linking this initiative to employment opportunities for rural poor, the official said.

“The Rural Development Ministry is therefore consolidating its previous efforts in skilling programmes, under DDU-GKY, to accelerate implementation for the Prime Minister’s vision while at the same time linking this initiative directly to employment opportunities for the rural poor,” he said.

According to Census 2011, India has 55 million potential workers between the ages of 15 and 35 years in rural areas. At the same time, the world is expected to face a shortage of 57 million workers by 2020. This presents a historic opportunity for India to transform its demographic surplus into a demographic dividend. The Ministry of Rural Development implements DDU-GKY to drive this national agenda for inclusive growth, by developing skills and productive capacity of the rural youth from poor families.

There are several challenges preventing India’s rural poor from competing in the modern market, such as the lack of formal education and marketable skills. DDU-GKY bridges this gap by funding training projects benchmarked to global standards, with an emphasis on placement, retention, career progression and foreign placement.

Features of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana

Enable Poor and Marginalized to Access Benefits

Inclusive Program Design Mandatory coverage of socially disadvantaged groups (SC/ST 50%; Minority 15%; Women 33%)

Shifting Emphasis from Training to Career Progression

Greater Support for Placed Candidates Post-placement support, migration support and alumni network

Proactive Approach to Build Placement Partnerships

Enhancing the Capacity of Implementation Partners

Regional Focus Greater emphasis on projects for poor rural youth in Jammu and Kashmir (HIMAYAT),the North-East region and 27 Left-Wing Extremist (LWE) districts (ROSHINI)

Standards-led Delivery All program activities are subject to Standard Operating Procedures that are not open to interpretation by local inspectors. All inspections are supported by geo-tagged, time stamped videos/photographs Cognizant of the tremendous latent potential of our youth, it is felt that there is a strong need to unleash this potential and reap the demographic dividend, Apollo MedSkills strives to fill the demand-supply gap, nurture below poverty line families youth who require direction, mentorship, training and creates employment opportunities for them to elevate themselves by arming them with the power of education in the Healthcare space.