Scheme


Lokseva Kendra Yojana
  • Objectives

    Industrial and Economic liberalisation policy is adopted in India. Indian companies are facing tough competition with the foreign multi- national companies. The public as well as private sector is going through large-scale recession. This lead to unemployment problem and gave raise to great unrest and frustration among the educated unemployed. ITI pass outs are facing severe unemployment problem. The only solution is self-employment.

    In order to reduce the problem of unemployment among the youth, Government of Maharashtra has issued a G. R. to meet these objectives and introduced the scheme LOKSEVA KENDRA YOJANA from July 2002. The scheme is being implemented quite effectively and successfully.

    Out of 369 Government ITIs in Maharashtra 337 ITIs have established LOKSEVA KENDRA. A separate furnished office with telephone facility is provided in these ITIs for the functioning of the LOKSEVA KENDRA. 

    Highlight of the scheme are, There is no entry qualification for trainees, there is no age bar-and the candidates are trained in various Vocational trades having duration of 15 days to 3 months. In these ITIs Common Facility Centers are also made available for these trained trainees in which they can utilize existing infrastructure available in the Institute. Various services are offered with reasonable charges to the citizens by unemployed candidates. Out of total labour charges gained, 90% charges are distributed among the candidates and Institute only charge 10% overhead charges. They also form Seva Societies and take up the work from the work market. Some of the important works are enlisted below.

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  • Highlights

    1. There is no entry qualification for trainees

    2. There is no age bar

    3. The candidates are trained in various Vocational trades having duration of 15 days to 3 months.

    4. In these ITIs, Common Facility Centers are also made available for these trained trainees in which they can utilize existing infrastructure available in the Institute.

    5. Various services are offered with reasonable charges to the citizens by unemployed candidates.

    6. Out of total labour charges gained, 90% charges are distributed among the candidates and Institute only charge 10% overhead charges.

    7. They also form Seva Societies and take up the work from the work market.

    8. Some of the important works are enlisted below.

    1 House wiring
    2 Painting
    3 Fabrication
    4 Vehicle maintenance
    5 Computer Maintenance
    6 Plumbing
    7 Fridge and A/C Maintenance
    8 Tailoring of various cloths
    9 Construction work
    10 Machine job work
  • Short Term Courses

    Also Employment Self-employment Oriented short - term courses are conducted for dropouts from the school education and even for illiterates with reasonable fees. For admission, there is no age limit condition. 

    Few important Short Term Courses conducted under the scheme are enlisted below :

    1 Furniture Making
    2 Computer HardWare Maintenance
    3 Plumbing
    4 Masonary Work
    5 Maintenance of Two & Four Wheeler Vehicles
    6 CNC Programming
    7 Motor Driving
    8 Desk Top Publishing Operator
    9 Beauty Care
    10 Repairs of Electrical Domestic Appliances

    Implementaion of this scheme has been abandoned from Year 2013-14.

  • The Performance of the Scheme up to March 2013

    1 No. of ITIs where Lokseva Kendra are established 382
    2 No. of Unemployed Candidates registered under Lokseva Kendra 1,58,390
    3 No. of Societies registered under Lokseva Kendra 2,476
    4 No. of Societies proposed to register under Lokseva Kendra 2,128
    5 Amount of works under taken under Lokseva Kendra(Labour charges) ( In Lakhs) Rs. 2,40,29,716/-
    6 No. of Candiates trained under Short Term Courses 4,53,126
    7 Amount of Training Fees collected from Short - Term courses under Lokseva Kendra Yojana Rs. 23,66,84,160/-