New Delhi: The Pradhan Mantri National Apprenticeship Mela, or PMNAM, is taking place In 242 districts across the nation. A number of regional enterprises, corporations, and organisations have been invited to take part in the mela and offer apprenticeship chances to India’s young people, according to a statement from the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Candidates who have completed grades five through twelve and possess skill training certificates, ITI diplomas, or graduates may apply to this apprenticeship fair.
On the website www.apprenticeshipindia.gov.in, people can register for the mela and locate it in their area.
The Ministry has instructed the applicants to bring three copies of their résumé, transcripts, and diplomas, along with a photo ID and three passport-size photos, to the designated locations. Apprenticeship On the second Monday of every month, melas are held around the nation, when selected people are given monthly stipends in accordance with government standards for developing new skills.
The government wants to train one million adolescents annually through apprenticeship training, and PMNAM is being used as a platform to boost establishment and student engagement in order to achieve this goal.