43 New Implementing Partners Empanelled Under Samarth Scheme

43 New Implementing Partners Empanelled Under Samarth Scheme
43 New Implementing Partners Empanelled Under Samarth Scheme

In a significant development, the Ministry of Textiles has announced the empanelment of 43 new implementing partners under the Samarth Scheme. The scheme, initiated with the objective of skill development in the textile sector, has been actively working towards enhancing the employability of youth and addressing the skill gap prevalent in the industry.

The Samarth Scheme, launched in 2017, has witnessed notable success in its efforts to provide industry-relevant training and empower the youth with employable skills. It has been instrumental in supporting various training programs, establishing skill development centers, and facilitating job placement for individuals interested in the textile sector.

With the inclusion of the 43 new implementing partners, the scheme is expected to further strengthen its impact and expand its reach across different regions of the country. These partners have been selected after a rigorous evaluation process, ensuring their competence and expertise in delivering high-quality training programs. They will collaborate with the existing implementing agencies to offer comprehensive skill development initiatives and provide support to the beneficiaries of the Samarth Scheme.

The Ministry of Textiles expressed its optimism regarding the increased capacity of the scheme to train more individuals, thereby generating a skilled workforce for the textile industry. The empanelled partners will play a crucial role in delivering training programs tailored to the specific needs of the industry, including courses on garment manufacturing, textile designing, weaving techniques, and other key areas.

The expansion of the Samarth Scheme through the addition of new implementing partners aligns with the government’s vision of promoting skill development and employment generation in the country. By equipping the youth with industry-specific skills, the scheme aims to contribute to the growth and competitiveness of the textile sector, while also ensuring better livelihood opportunities for the beneficiaries.

The newly empanelled partners are expected to actively engage with the industry stakeholders, training institutes, and beneficiaries to create a robust ecosystem that nurtures talent and bridges the skill gap prevalent in the textile sector. Their involvement will not only enhance the effectiveness of the Samarth Scheme but also promote innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainable development within the industry.

The Ministry of Textiles has encouraged interested individuals, particularly youth seeking skill development opportunities in the textile sector, to avail the benefits provided under the Samarth Scheme. Through the collective efforts of the implementing partners, the scheme aims to empower individuals, strengthen the textile industry, and contribute to the overall socio-economic growth of the nation.