The Yuvak Scheme
The main purpose of the Yuvak programme is to provide financial support for the implementation of study trips through the Atal Tunnel for students and technical education faculties approved by AICTE. The Vice Chairman of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Dr MP Poona and the Secretary of the All India Council for Technical Education Professor Rajive Kumar expressed their wish that the students be part of the Youth Enterprises to attend the Yuvak programme and acquire knowledge and enable them to learn impeccable engineering through the tunnel.
The Yuvak programme provides financial support for a study trip to the Atal Tunnel for students and technical education faculties approved by AICTE. Deputy chairman MP Poona said the participation of students in the Yuvak programme was welcome and should be signed off. “The AICTE Swanath Scholarship Program is designed to provide students and faculty from AICte-accredited technical education institutions with a financial scholarship to conduct study trips through the Atal Tunnel.
AICTE Approved Chairman Anil D. Sahasrabudhe said the program will improve the quality of engineering education in India by providing students with research, innovation and culture. The Yuvak program will help develop the country’s technical brain, and it will do wonders for India’s future. The opening ceremony of the Youth Undertaking for Visiting and Acquiring Knowledge (Yuvak Scheme), which aims to permit students to learn flawless engineering in Atal Tunnel, began with a welcome speech by Dr Amit Kumar Srivastava, Director of the student development cell of the All India Council of Technical Education (AICSTE).
The programme is implemented by AICTE to support girls seeking technical education. The technical institutes have registered students for the program, the last date is June 21. The Yuvak programme supports students with financial support to carry out a study trip through the Atal Tunnel. Institutions, students and faculty interested in the study trip can apply for the full scholarship by clicking on the direct link below.
The Yuvak programme Aim
The Yuvak programme is an attempt to give orphans whose parents have died as a result of COVID-19, wards of the armed forces, central paramilitary forces and martyrs of Action (Shaheed) the opportunity to study in recognised institutions and courses and to prepare for a successful future education. Other student development programmes such as scholarships and scholarships have been awarded and scholarships offered under the Faculty Development Programme. The institute awarded scholarships to a team of 10 students and 1 lecturer.
AICTE awards scholarships to students admitted to accredited postgraduate programs to ensure the development of technical education in India. The deadline for registration is 21 June 2021. The Youth Endeavors Go Buy Data (YUVAK) program allows college students to teach impeccable engineering in the Atal tunnel and provide financial assistance to students from colleges and technical training institutions authorized by the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Training) for a research tour of the tunnel. The AICSTE INAE Travel Scholarship Program for engineering students from accredited engineering colleges and institutions was created to improve the quality of engineering education in AICte.
The Yuvak programme will enable participating students to understand the technical concepts behind the development of India’s largest Atal tunnel. Promoted entrepreneur education and training programmes implemented by the Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship of the Government of India, including easy access to information, mentors, networks, credits, incubators, accelerators and accelerators, as well as promoting pathways for young people. Development of a cloud-based management and information system to track projects of educational institutes for entrepreneurs, faculties and students.
Use the program as an initiative between the central department and state governments. The UP government has distributed a lakh tablet to workers to boost skills development, and the state government has launched Seva Mitra Service, an online portal that helps workers find jobs and is being trialled in some districts. The Linked Worker Scheme project of MSACs in Mumbai was implemented by Sahyadri in June 2014 with technical and financial support from MSAC in Mumbai and 100 villages in Nagpur district.
The Seva Mitra service – an online portal
The Seva Mitra service – an online portal that helps workers find work – is currently trialled in some districts, in addition to a call center that serves the same purpose. The funded entrepreneur training programs are being implemented by the Indian government’s Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship over a period of five years (2016-17 — 2020-21) and cost Rs. For more details on the AICTEs’ Yuvak Program, visit the official AICSTE India.org.
It was noted that grants were granted to a team of 10 students and 1 lecturer from each institute to be selected. Three days were excluded from the travel time of the facility in Manali. The MSACS Mumbai Linked Worker Scheme project examined HRG of migrant truckers, MSM and sex workers organized according to the nature of the high risk behaviour, the degree of variation in safe behaviour, awareness of HIV / AIDS identification practices and HRG and identified the preferred channels of IEC services for HRG.
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