OPENING SKILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN YOUR CITY FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT

OPENING SKILL DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN YOUR CITY FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT

Directorate of Employment & Training, DET is working under the Department of Labour and Employment, Government of Gujarat. It was formed in Gujarat State in 1971 by amalgamation of the Employment Wing, functioning under the Labour Directorate, and the Vocational Training Scheme under the Directorate of Technical Education.

Two statutes have been enacted by the Govt. of India to help in achieving the objectives of higher employment in organised sector through training.

DET functions with the major objectives of providing Vocational Training and Employment Services to the youth in Gujarat State. To achieve these objectives the DET runs a variety of long-term and short-term training programmes in Industrial Training Institutes/ Centers in the State. It also registers the youth looking for employment and provides placement services to them through Employment Exchanges that also maintain the list of prospective Employers.

Directorate of Employment & Training, Government of Gujarat has been in the forefront of implementing various skill-building programs with the aim of helping people get jobs. At present 48 employment exchanges are functioning under this Directorate to assist people registered with employment exchanges.

Employment Exchanges in the state have been chasing the placement of the registrants with the employers in the affective manner with the innovative approaches of industrial recruitment rallies in industrial areas of the state and with the close liaison with the employers.

  • Directorate of Employment & Training,
  • 3rd Floor, Block No. 1, Dr. Jivraj Mehta Bhavan,
  • Gandhinagar – 382010, GUJARAT (India)
  • Phone: 91-79-23253805, Fax: 91-79-23253835


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JAN AUSHADHI STORE PARIYOJNA FULL DETAIL(PMJAY)

JAN AUSHADHI STORE PARIYOJNA FULL DETAIL(PMJAY)

Over the years India, has developed a strong capability in producing quality branded and generic medicines in most of the therapeutic categories, evolving from an mere Rs 1,500 crores industry in 1980 to a more than Rs 1,19,000 crores industry in 2012. However, although these medicines are reasonably priced, as compared to the prices of their equivalent medicines in most other countries, yet a large population of poor people in the country, find it difficult to afford the more expensive branded category of medicines. Accordingly, ‘ensuring availability of quality medicines at affordable prices to all’, has been a key objective of the Government. some of the important steps taken to enable this are:

A. Price control of Scheduled Drugs through the National Pharmaceutical pricing authority (NPPA): Under the Drug Price Control Order, 1995, NPPA): Under the Drug Price Control Order, 1995, NPPA has been given the mandate to control and fix the maximum retail prices of a number of scheduled/listed bulk drugs and their formulations, in accordance with well defined criteria and methods of accounting, relating to costs of production and marketing Notably therefore, the prices of these medicines have remained quite stable and affordable.

B. Price regulation of Non-Scheduled Drugs: Apart from the scheduled medicines under DPCO, 1995, the NPPA monitors the prices of other medicines not listed in the DPCO schedule, such that they do not have a price variation of more than 10% per annum. This has further helped in keeping the prices of most of the non-scheduled medicines stable and affordable.

C. Uniform VAT of 4% on medicines: Government has fixed a uniform and low rate of 4% VAT on medicines in the country. This policy has been adopted, in almost all the States in the country, and has reduced the incidence of sales tax on medicines and thereby assisted in keeping their prices low.

D. Reduction in Excise duty from 16% to 4% Further and in addition to above low, VAT rates, the [present government had, as part of the Budget for the year 2008-09 reduced the excise duty on medicines from 16% to 8%. This has been further reduced to 4 percent as from 8th December, 2008. This has again, played a crucial role in keeping the prices of most of the medicines at reasonable levels. Not satisfied with the above regulatory and financial steps for ensuring greater availability of medicines at affordable prices to all, specially the poorer masses, the government has decided to launch a country wide Jan Aushadhi Campaign.

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OPENING COMMON SERVICE CENTER FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT

OPENING COMMON SERVICE CENTER FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT

(CSC) are multiple-services-single-point model for providing facilities for multiple transactions at a single geographical location. The main purpose of these centres is to provide a physical facility for delivery of e-Services of the Government of India to the rural and remote locations where availability of computers and Internet is currently negligible or mostly absent. The introduction of eGovernance on a massive scale is part of the Common Minimum Programme (CMP) of the UPA-II (2009-2014) government of India. The CSC project, which forms a strategic component of the National eGovernance Plan was approved in September 2006. It is also one of the approved projects under the Integrated Mission Mode Projects of the National eGovernance Plan

Officially, the objectives of the CSC have been stated as follows:

Access to information : all remote/ rural citizens
Delivery of public services – G2C & B2C

ICT for rural Empowerment of socially disadvantaged people for inclusive growth

Access to quality education / skill upgradation

Access to cost efficient & quality health services

CSC as a change agent – To promote rural entrepreneurship, enable community participation and effect collective action for social improvement

Through collaborative framework, the objective of CSC is to integrate the twin goals of profit making and social services, into a sustainable business model for achieving rapid socio-economic change in rural India

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BANK MITR YOJNA FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT

BANK MITR YOJNA FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT
BANK MITR YOJNA FOR SELF EMPLOYMENT
CSP stands for “Customer Service Point” which is also called a Bank Mitra. Bank mitra is an concept designed under PPP (Public Private Partnership) Where a Bank Mitra or CSP works as a representative or agent of Bank and appointed to provide Banking service to citizens. The Banking services like, Account opening, cash deposit acceptance and cash withdrawal etc.

What are the duties and responsibilities of CSP or Bank Mitra?
To help citizens to open a saving bank account under different government schemes and policies like “Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna”. Acceptance of cash deposit and cash withdrawal, to process “Kisaan Credit Card” Direct benefits transfer and Subsidy transfer etc.

What are benefits of becoming CSP or Bank Mitra?

Its an opportunity to work with banks as a Bank Mitra to provide banking services which entitles you for the commission on it. As a Bank Mitra you earn some commission on accounts opening, cash deposit, cash withdrawal, Credit Card payments, Bill Payments, Most important a basic fix pay of Rs. 2000 per month to Rs.5000 per month is being paid to Bank Mitra on certain conditions.

What are the requirements to become CSP/Bank Mitra?


  • To become a CSP or Bank Mitra to any bank you must have following things readily available.
  • Computer (Desktop or Laptop)
  • Internet connectivity (Broadband, Modem or Dongle)
  • Printer (Along with Scanner)
  • Minimum 100 SQFT office space

Who can become a CSP or Bank Mitra?
Any Firm, organisation or individual who is 18 and studied 10th can apply and become a CSP or Bank Mitra, apart from this an applicant should have basic computer knowledge. Experience is NOT mandatory but preferred.

Where a CSP can open?
According to Government and Reserve Bank of India circular, a CSP can be opened on every village basis and in urban areas on ward basis.

How to become a CSP or Bank Mitra?
To become a CSP on BankMitra.org for any bank you are required to apply online. Click here to open online form, now you have to select the Bank which you want to apply for. Fill the correct details in online form after submission of your form that would be forwarded to operations department for Cross Check and primary validation. Once the validation is done, you would be notified by email/sms and same way your application would be processed to BC (Business Correspondent) for code generation and registration.

EARN UPTO 30000 MONTHLY IN SMALL CENTER : 4 BEST SCHEME OF MODI GOVERNMENT

EARN UPTO 30000 MONTHLY IN SMALL CENTER : 4 BEST SCHEME OF MODI GOVERNMENT

If you want to start a business by staying in a small town, village, panchayat or taluka or you want to increase the income then you have a good chance. Modi government to employ youth …

For many such schemes, you can earn up to 25 to 30 thousand rupees per month by raising the benefit. …

-A need to have a support number through which you can apply at www.csc.gov.in – There should be 100 to 150 square feet of space to open the center – only Rs 2 lakh will be spent.

The center will get services such as creating a support card, applying a PAN card, passport, rail ticket, air ticket, electricity bill payment, mobile recharge, life insurance, agricultural services, computer services. Whose …

Joint Venture scheme –
Opening the center of the scheme will cost 2.5 lakhs, in which the government will help you. -The government will give 20% commission on sale of medicines each month, which will be your profit. In addition to commissioning … Skill Development Center- To provide vocational training, National Skill Development Corporation will open a Model Training Center in every district of the country. If you want to open a training center by becoming the partner of the government, NSDC …

Skill Development Center -
To provide vocational training, National Skill Development Corporation will open a Model Training Center in every district of the country. If you want to open a training center by becoming a partner of the government, about 75 percent of the total project cost of NSDC is given as a fund loan. You will have to arrange class rooms according to the training staff. …

Bank Mitr Scheme-
Bank is making friends for all banks of the country to increase their reach and increase cashless transaction. In addition to the bank’s decision to bank friends, commissions on every transaction …

Get. For which the bank is offering loans upto 1.25 lakhs. There will also be bank support for buying a bike, laptop, printer, scanner and startup business. …

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