New Delhi, Oct 14: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is all set to create 3 lakh jobs for youths and are also planning to send them to Japan for on-job training.
According to the government, these youth will be sent to Japan for 3 to 5 years. During this time, the Japanese government will bear full expenditure of these youth. Not only that, after completing the training, some youths will also be given jobs in Japan itself.
Union Skill Development Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that the Government of India will send 3 lakh youths to Japan under Skill Development Plan. Here the youth will be given on-job skill training. He said that the central cabinet has cleared the MoU for the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) between India and Japan.
3 lakh youth will be sent to Japan during the next three years. In which more than 50 thousand youth will be given a chance to work in Japan. At the same time, when young people return to their country after training from Japan, they will make their contribution in the Indian industrial sector.
According to the requirements of Japan, these youth will be selected in a transparent manner. If you are interested in it, then you should keep an eye on the official website of the skill development ministry. Here you will find all the relevant updates in this regard.