Introduction for DDU-GKY
Haryana State Rural Livelihoods Mission has been allocated target of 39,330 candidates to be trained and provided placement under DDU-GKY in the state. These candidates will be selected from the rural areas on the basis of guidelines issued by Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India.
Under DDU-GKY the candidates eligible for training will be in the age group of 15-35 however, the same can be relaxed for the candidates upto 45 years of age belonging to particularly vulnerable tribal groups, persons with disabilities, transgender, victims of bounded labour, trafficking etc. The other eligibility criteria for selection of candidate are given as under:-
- The poor family identified by process called Participatory Identification of Poor (PIP).
- BPL list.
- Youth from MNREGA worker household with at least 15 days work in the previous financial year by any of its family member.
- Youth from a household with RSBY card.
- Youth from household who have been issued Antyodaya Ana Yojana/BPL PDS card.
- Youth from household covered under auto inclusion parameters as per SECC 2011 (when notified).
The training under the scheme will be provided for a period ranging from 3 months to 12 months. However, in Haryana, the program has been sanctioned with a training period of 3 months only. Out of 3 months, the candidates will be provided on job training for a period of 1 month. During the training period, the candidates will be provided Rs.100/- for to&fro and food etc.
The Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India sanctioned 11 projects to 11 Project Implementing Agencies (PIAs) in the state involving total outlay of Rs.133.45 crore on the funding pattern of 75:25. Under these projects, 39,330 candidates were approved for training and placement. These candidates will be provided training by PIAs upto 2016-17. The PIAs will have to provide wage employment in organized sectors to at least 75% of the candidates trained under the scheme.
The MOUs were signed with PIAs by HSRLM and NIRD on 1st August, 2014. The 1st installment of Rs.33.36 crore (Rs.25.02 crore released by MoRD and Rs.8.34 crore released by State Government) was released to the PIAs though National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Hyderabad for implementing the projects. The PIAs are required to establish training centres as per the standard operating procedures issued by MoRD. These centres will be approved by technical service agency (NIRD, Hyderabad) as per the SOPs.
The various agencies has established training centres in different districts and so far 30 training centres are in operation and around 2120 candidates are under training and out of which 1171 candidates have been provided placement in different organizations. More centres are being established by the PIAs which are at different stages. A monitoring of trainings is being carried out by MoRD, NIRD and HSRLM.