The central government has launched PM DAKSH Yojana Portal Registration 2022 and login process at pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in. The new PM-DAKSH schemes portal will make skill development schemes accessible to the target groups of the Backward Classes (OBC), Scheduled Castes (SC) and Safai Karamcharis. Now candidates can register, login as a student to apply for PM Daksh online training. In this article, you can check the target groups and eligibility of PM Daksh Yojna, the list of documents, objectives, key features, types of training programs and complete details.
What is PM Daksh Yojana 2022?
Pradhan Mantri Dakshta Aur Kushalta Sampann Hitgrahi (PM-DAKSH) Yojana is being implemented by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment from the year 2020-21. PM DAKSH Yojana is a National Action Plan for empowerment of marginalized people covering SC, OBC, EBC, DNT, Sanitation Workers, including waste pickers. PM Daksh Scheme aims to comprehensively improve the competency levels of its target group consisting of members of the Scheduled Caste communities and the poorer section of the Other Backward Class Communities, Sanitation Workers.
Objectives of PM Daksh Yojana
To enhance the comprehensive proficiency and proficiency of 2.7 lakh people, over the next 5 years, starting with almost 0.5 lakh youth in the first year, i.e. 2021-22, from target group of following groups of section:
Artisans: They can enhance their income-generating capabilities within their practicing vocations,
Women: May be able to be self-employed and financially empowered without neglecting their domestic activities;
Young people in the target groups can acquire long-term training and specialization in employable vocations that give them a better position in the labor market.
Types of skill programs in the PM Daksh scheme
Up Skilling / Re-skilling
The training of rural artisans, domestic workers, health workers, etc. on the vocation of the practice, such as pottery, weaving, carpentry, waste segregation, domestic workers, etc., along with financial and digital literacy.
Duration: 32 to 80 hours and spaced up to a month.
The cost of training will be limited to the scope of the Common Cost Standards, plus Rs.2,500/- for trainees for compensation of wage loss.
Short-term trainings (focus on salaried/self-employment)
Focus on salaried/self-employment opportunities such as self-employed tailor training, furniture manufacturing, food processing, etc., along with financial and digital education.
Duration: Normally from 200 hours to 600 hours and up to 6 months, as stipulated in the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Qualification Packages (QP).
The cost of training will be limited to the scope of the Common Cost Guidelines, in addition to the stipend for apprentices in the case of non-residential training.
Business Development Programs (EDP)
Young people from SC and OBC who preferably have received skills training under the PMKVY and have an entrepreneurial mindset.
Curriculum to be based on the MoRD programs being implemented by the RSETI. To be carried out by RSETIs, NIESBUD, IIE and other similar organizations.
Sessions on Orientation of Business Opportunities, Market Studies, Working Capital and its Management, Preparation of Business Plans, etc.
Duration: Typically 80-90 hours (10-15 days) or as stipulated by MoRD.
Training cost according to MoRD/Common Cost Norms (CCN).
Long-term courses (focus on salaried/self-employment)
Long-term training in sectors with good demand in the labor market for salaried placement of trained candidates.
The training programs will be according to NSQF, NCVT, AICTE, MIPYME, etc. in areas such as production technology, plastic processing, garment technology, health care sector, etc.
Duration: 5 months or more and typically up to 1 year (up to 1,000 hours), as stipulated by the relevant board/regulatory body of the training institution.
Training cost per CCN or as stipulated by the corresponding Board in addition to the stipend for non-residential programs.
PM Daksh Yojana Portal 2022 Registration and Login
Under the PM Daksh Yojana scheme, eligible target groups are provided with skills development training programs on upgrading/upgrading of skills, short-term training program, long-term training program and EDP business development program. The Union Minister of SJE (Social Justice and Empowerment), Dr. Virendra Kumar, launched the PM-DAKSH portal and PM-DAKSH mobile app on Saturday (Aug 7, 2021).
Candidate Registration in PM Daksh Yojana Online Training Portal
Below is the complete process to do candidate registration on PM Daksh Yojana Portal:-
STEP 1: First of all, visit the official website of PM Daksh Online Training Scheme at https://pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in/
STEP 2: On the home page, click on the “Candidate Registration” tab or directly click on https://pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in/student
STEP 3: Then PM Daksh Yojana online registration form for online student training
STEP 4: Here the applicants can enter basic details, training details, bank details and then finish the process of filling PM Daksha Yojana online registration form for students.
Eligibility Criteria for PM Daksh Online Training
Candidates from the age group of 18 to 45 years old who fall into any of the following categories can apply for the training program under PM-DAKSH:
Persons belonging to Scheduled Castes
State Government issued Caste Certificate.
Other Backward Classes (OBC) who have annual family income below Rs. 3.00 lakhs
OBC certificate issued by the corresponding authority of the state government, and
Certificate of income below Rs. 3.00 lakh per year Those issued by the relevant authority of the state government or self-certified and duly endorsed by a posted officer as defined by the relevant government will be acceptable. It is explicitly clarified that the endorsement of public representatives, Gram Pradhan, Sarpanch, Councilman, notaries, etc. will not be accepted. In addition, valid Below Poverty Line (BPL) card and Antoya Anna Yojna (AAY) cards will also be acceptable as proportional proof that the beneficiary’s annual household income is within Rs. 1.00 lakhs per year
Economically Backward Classes (EBC) who have annual family income below Rs. 1.00 lakh
Certificate of income below Rs. 1.00 Lakh p.a, issued by the relevant authority of the state government or self-certified and duly endorsed by a posted officer as defined by the relevant government will be acceptable. It is explicitly clarified that the endorsement of public representatives, Gram Pradhan, Sarpanch, Councilman, notaries, etc. will not be accepted. In addition, valid Below Poverty Line (BPL) card and Antoya Anna Yojna (AAY) cards will also be acceptable as proportional proof that the beneficiary’s annual household income is within Rs. 1.00 lakhs per year.
No caste certificate required in case of EBC
Non-Notified Tribe, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic (DNT)
Commitment in the form of the candidate’s self-declaration of their specific caste, date of birth and address along with the endorsement of the local Community/Cluster Pradhan to that effect.
Safai Karamcharis (including waste pickers) and their dependents
certificate of occupancy
Check the eligibility criteria and list of documents online on the PM Daksh Yojana portal via the link: https://pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in/eligibility
Highlights of Prime Minister Daksh Yojana
Free training for apprentices, 100% subsidized by the Government.
Stipend of Rs. 1,000/- to Rs. 1,500/- per month per apprentice for apprentices who have 80% or more short-term and long-term training attendance.
Salary compensation @ Rs. 3,000/- per apprentice (Rs. 2,500/- under PM-DAKSH and Rs. 500/- under Common Cost Standards for apprentices with 80% or more assistance in Retraining/Upskilling).
Trained candidates will receive a certification upon successful completion of training and assessment.
Qualified candidates will be provided a placement after assessment and certification.
Check Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – https://pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in/faq
Contact details: https://pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in/contact
For more details, please visit the official website at https://pmdaksh.dosje.gov.in/