CANACONA: In a rare opportunity, Goa Legislative Assembly Speaker Ramesh Tawadkar, who is also Canacona MLA (of BJP) hosts a workshop on National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS) & Goa Chief Minister’s Apprenticeship Scheme 2023 (GCMAS)at Shrishthal Panchayat Hall on Sunday.
Speaker Ramesh Tawadkar, (who is also the MLA of Canacona) urged to all party workers and office bearers to go on every booth in the constituency and register the youths in the portal
“Implored each and everyone to visit every booth in our constituency and register our talented young individuals on the portal. Its time to make a difference and empower our youth’. Tawadkar, later tweeted on various social media platforms.
CMC Chairperson Ramakant Naik Gaonkar and some Councilors, Shristhal Panchayat Sarpanch Sejal Gaonkar and Panch members, Khotigao Sarpanch Anandu Desai and Panch members, Agonda Sarpanch Preetal Fernandes and Panch members, Paiguinim Sarpanch Savita Tawadkar along with Panch members were present as guests/invitees.
Booth presidents from all the 59 Booths of Canacona Constituency alongwith Canacona BJP President Vishal Desai along with Mandal committee members, Canacona BJP Mahila Vice President Chanda Desai, Manuja NaikGaonkar, BJYM President Rajneesh Komarpant, BJYM members were present for the meeting.
Earlier, elsewhere in the State, Chief Minister Dr. Pramod Sawant announced that 5000 youths registered for apprecentice scheme will join government departments by July 15.
NAPS was launched in August 2016 by Government of India to promote the Apprenticeship in the country by providing financial incentives, technology and advocacy support.
Trainees passed out from ITI courses. Trainees under dual-learning mode from ITIs. Trainees who have completed PMKVY/MES courses and Candidates who possess minimum educational qualification required for a trade and have not undergone any formal trade training (Fresher apprentices) are eligible to register themselves on the portal.
Goa Chief Minister’s Apprenticeship Scheme 2023 (GCMAS), is the extension of the Central government’s NAPS in the State.