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Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana 2016-2020

Background

Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) was launched in 2015 to encourage and promote skill development inthe country by providing free short duration skill training and incentivizing this by providing monetary rewards to youth for skill certification. The overall idea is to boost both industry and employability of youths. During its pilot phase in 2015-16, 19.85 lakh candidates were trained.

After the successful implementation of pilot PMKVY (2015-16), PMKVY 2016-20 was launched by scaling up both in terms of Sector and Geography and by greater alignment with other missions of Government of India like Make in India, Digital India, Swachh Bharat, etc. The Scheme is aligned to Common Cost Norms and has a total budgetary outlay of Rs 12000 Crores.

Objectives of PMKVY 2016-20

  • Enable and mobilize a large number ofyouths to take up industry designed quality skill training, become employable and earn their livelihood.
  • Increase productivity of the existing workforce,and align skill training with the actual needs of the country.
  • Encourage standardisation of the Certification process and put in place the foundation for creating a registry of skills.
  • Benefit 10 million youth over the period of four years (2016- 2020).

Key Components of the Scheme

  1. Short Term Training (STT) - The Short-Term Training imparted at PMKVY Training Centres (TCs) is aimed towards the candidates who are either school/college dropouts or unemployed. Duration of the training varies according tothe job role, however, majority of courses range between 200-600 hrs (2 – 6 months). The Training is provided according to the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF) with Soft Skills, Entrepreneurship, Financial and Digital Literacy curriculum, a part of the curriculum. Upon successful completion of their assessment and certification, candidates are provided placement assistance by Training Partners (TPs).

  2. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) - Individuals with prior learning experience or skills are assessed and certified under the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) component of the Scheme. RPL aims to align the competencies of the unregulated workforce of the country to the NSQF. The duration of the training/orientation ranges between 12-80 hrs.

  3. Special Projects - Special Projects component of PMKVY envisages to encourage trainings in special areas and premises of Government bodies, corporates / industry bodies and trainings in special job roles not defined under the available Qualification Packs (QPs)/National Occupational Standards (NOSs).These are the projects which mayrequire some deviation from the terms and conditions of Short-Term Training under PMKVY.

The scheme is being implemented through two components:

  1. Centrally Sponsored Centrally Managed (CSCM): This component is implemented by National Skill Development Corporation. 75% of the PMKVY 2016-20 funds and corresponding physical targets have been allocated under CSCM.

  2. Centrally Sponsored State Managed (CSSM): This component is implemented by State Governments through State Skill Development Missions (SSDMs). 25% of the PMKVY 2016-20 funds and corresponding physical targets have been allocated under CSSM.


For more details kindly refer to http://pmkvyofficial.org/.

Guidelines & Manuals

Serial No. Title Download/Link
1 Circular for States/UTs under State Engagement Component of PMKVY (2016-20) pdfDownload
2 Operations Manual for PMKVY (2016-20) - Centrally Sponsored State Managed Component pdfDownload
3 Guidelines for State Engagement under PMKVY (2016-2020) pdfDownload
4 PMKVY Guidelines (2016-2020) pdfDownload
5 Guidelines for Accreditation, Affiliation & Continuous Monitoring of Training Centres for the Skills Ecosystem pdfDownload
6 PMKVY Branding and Communication Guidelines pdfDownload
7 Corrigendum: Guidelines for State Engagement under PMKVY 2.0 (2016-20) pdfDownload
8 Ministry's order on Service Level Agreement (SLA)/Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) w.r.t PMKVY (2016-20) pdfDownload
9 Corrigendum: Operation Manual for State Engagement Component of PMKVY (2016-20) pdfDownload
10 Service Level Agreement/Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) pdfDownload
11 SOP - Assessment and Certification pdfDownload
12 Circular for States/UTs under State Engagement Component of PMKVY (2016-20) pdfDownload
13 Corrigendum: Increasing the capping of targets under CAT-4 from 20% to 40% for PMKVY – Centrally Sponsored State Managed Component pdfDownload
14 OM regarding mandatory compliance of AEBAS under CSSM component of PMKVY and Standard Operating Procedure pdfDownload
15 Enable and strengthen skill development activities under PMKVY – CSSM component in aspirational districts pdfDownload
16 Utilisation of funds released for implementation of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
17 Clarification regarding Direct Benefit Transfer under CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
18 Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Short Term Training by Academic and Industry Institutions under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 2016-2020 (Pilot Phase) pdfDownload
19 Guidelines for State Skill Development Mission/ State Govt. to function as Inspection Agency on SMART for Centre Accreditation and Affiliation pdfDownload
20 Skill Saathi Counselling Scheme Guidelines 2018-19 pdfDownload
21 Amendments/ Revision in Guidelines for State Engagement under PMKVY (2016-20) (CSSM-PMKVY) pdfDownload
22 Amendments/ Revision in the Operation Manual of PMKVY (2016-20) (CSSM-PMKVY) pdfDownload
23 Roll out of CSSM-PMKVY (2016-20) on PFMS pdfDownload
24 Utilisation of Funds by SSDMS of States/ UTs under the CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
25 In-principle approval for extension of provision of Boarding & Lodging, and Transportation cost for 50% of the enrolled candidates to all the North-East States, all PMKKs, Jammu & Kashmir (except 4 districts), Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand under PMKVY 2016-20 (both the CSCM and CSSM component) till 31st March, 2020 pdfDownload
26 Rationalisation of Financial Target and Corresponding Physical Target in-princpally approved for States/UTs pdfDownload
27 Linking of CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 with AEBAS attendance pdfDownload
28 Requests from States for clarification on Cost Break-up under CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
29 BAS (Biometric Attendance Services) under CSSM component of PMKVY (2016-20) to be payable pdfDownload
30 Special Projects under CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
31 In-principle approval of applicability of Common Norms for Skill Development Schemes Third Amendment, 2019 – revision in base cost in PMKVY 2016-2020 pdfDownload
32 Rationalisation of financial targets approved in-principle for States/ UTs, 3% fund under ‘Awareness and Mobilization Cost’ under CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 and opening up of the PMKVY 2016-20 scheme (only Cat-2 of CSSM component) for more relevant NSQF aligned non SSC courses pdfDownload
33 Handbooks and Induction Kits under CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
34 Revised action plan for FY 2019-20 under the CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
35 In-principle approval on the list of 384 job roles under CSSM component of PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
36 In-principle approval of last date of enrollment of candidates under PMKVY 2016-20 pdfDownload
37 On-line request for suggestions for minimizing the Regulatory Compliances pdfDownload

Sanction Order Under  State - Engagement Component of PMKVY (2016-20)

Serial No. Title Download/Link
1 Andaman and Nicobar Islands pdfDownload
2 Andhra Pradesh pdfDownload
3 Arunachal Pradesh pdfDownload
4 Assam pdfDownload
5 Bihar pdfDownload
6 Chandigarh pdfDownload
7 Chhattisgarh pdfDownload
8 Dadra and Nagar Haveli pdfDownload
9 Daman and Diu pdfDownload
10 Delhi pdfDownload
11 Goa pdfDownload
12 Gujarat pdfDownload
13 Haryana pdfDownload
14 Himachal Pradesh pdfDownload
15 Jammu & Kashmir pdfDownload
16 Jharkhand pdfDownload
17 Karnataka pdfDownload
18 Kerala pdfDownload
19 Lakshadweep pdfDownload
20 Madhya Pradesh pdfDownload
21 Maharashtra pdfDownload
22 Manipur pdfDownload
23 Meghalaya pdfDownload
24 Mizoram pdfDownload
25 Nagaland pdfDownload
26 Odisha pdfDownload
27 Puducherry pdfDownload
28 Punjab pdfDownload
29 Rajasthan pdfDownload
30 Sikkim pdfDownload
31 Tamil Nadu pdfDownload
32 Telangana pdfDownload
33 Tripura pdfDownload
34 Uttarakhand pdfDownload
35 Uttar Pradesh pdfDownload
36 West Bengal pdfDownload