The Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh government has decided to quicken the entire process of Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) established across the state by taking it online.
The Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh government has decided to quicken the entire process of Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) established across the state by taking it online. Not just that, his government is on a big job creation drive too to ensure the huge number of unemployed people in the state find permanent work. Besides ensuring ease to develop various skills among the youths of the state with above decision, the Yogi Adityanath government is also planning to train the interested people in driving. According to ANI, the CM said that at present the country needs four to five lakhs well-trained drivers and UP will contribute in it. For this, the state government has decided to help in opening of as many as 18 driving training schools across the state by providing land, in which people can come and learn the driving skills, said the CM.
The UP CM met Union Minister of State Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Independent Charge) Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Saturday. After the meeting, both the ministers addressed a press conference in which the CM said since long questions have been raised about the quality of ITIs in UP. Taking note of it, the state government has decided to take the procedures of the institutes online. With this, the government will ensure the cutting down of processes with regard to conducting of examinations and time to declare results. The aim is to declare results within 24 hours, said CM Adityanath as per news agency ANI.
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Meanwhile, the transfer of officials is continuing in the state. The government has transferred three Indian Police Service (IPS) officers on Friday, reported ANI. According to the report, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Nitin Tiwari has been removed from Mathura. He has been made Superintendent of Police (SP) Railway in Agra. In place of Tiwari, Swapnil Mamgan is appointed as the new Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Mathura. Along with their transfers, Sanjeev Gupta has been appointed as the new Inspector General (IG) of Police in Aligarh. He will take over charge after RP Yadav retires on July 31, said the report.