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1.Make in India Programme
2. Start-up India
3. Stand Up India Scheme
4. Pradhan Mantri Yuva Yojnna
5. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)
6. Skill Strengthening For Industrial value Enhancement
7. National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme
8. Skill Acquisition And Knowledge Awareness For Livelihood Promotion

1.Make in India Programme
2. Start-up India
3. Stand Up India Scheme
4. Pradhan Mantri Yuva Yojnna
5. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)
6. Skill Strengthening For Industrial value Enhancement
7. National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme
8. Skill Acquisition And Knowledge Awareness For Livelihood Promotion

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  1. 1. Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola (Ms.) Course No.:- EXT-506 Course Title:- Entrepreneurship Development and management in Extension Submitted To Dr. U. R. Chinchmaltpure Associate Professor Dept. Of Extension Education Presentation On Entrepreneurship Development Scheme In India Submitted by Sunil Kumar Meena M.Sc (Agri) 3rd Sem Reg. No. PG17-Ext1950
  2. 2. Outline Of Presentation 1. Make in India Programme 2. Start-up India 3. Stand Up India Scheme 4. Pradhan Mantri Yuva Yojnna 5. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 6. Skill Strengthening For Industrial value Enhancement 7. National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme 8. Skill Acquisition And Knowledge Awareness For Livelihood Promotion
  3. 3. •Launched By:- Government Of India •Launched On:- 25th September, 2014 •Ministry :- Ministry Of Commerce And Industry Make in India, a type of Swadeshi movement covering 25 sectors of the economy. 1. Make in India Programme
  4. 4. • Objectives:- 1. Aims at promoting India as an important investment destination and a global hub for manufacturing, design and innovation. 2. To encourage multi-national, as well as national companies to manufacture their products in India. 3. Focus on job creation and skill enhancement. 4. The government is targeting to achieve net zero imports of electronics by 2020. • Target groups/Areas:- Initiative does not target manufacturing sector alone, but also aims at promoting entrepreneurship in the country • Key feature:- Aimed at creating a conducive environment for investment, modern and efficient infrastructure, opening up new sectors for foreign investment and forging a partnership between government and industry through positive mindset.
  5. 5. 2. Start-up India Launched By :- Govt. Of India Launched On:- 16th January, 2016 Ministry :- Ministry of Commerce and Industry Funding:- 10,000 crore (Sources- Wikipedia)
  6. 6. • The campaign was first announced by Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during his 15 August 2015 address from the Red Fort, in New Delhi. The action plan of this initiative, is based on the following three pillars: 1. Simplification and Handholding. 2. Funding Support and Incentives. 3. Industry-Academia Partnership and Incubation. • Objectives/Purpose/Aim:- 1. It aims at fostering entrepreneurship and promoting innovation by creating an ecosystem that is conducive for growth of Start-ups. 2. According to the scheme, a start-up is an entity that is head quartered in India which was opened less than five years ago and has an annual turnover less than 25 crore. • Key features:- 1. Tax exemption to be provided on capital gains if money is invested in another start up 2. Liberalized Fast-track mechanism for start-up patent applications under intellectual property rights protection with 80% cost rebate 3. Credit Guarantee Fund for start-ups through Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) 4. Start-up profits to be tax-free for 3 years and also no labour inspections for 3 years of launch of the venture Compliance regime based on self-certification for labour and environmental laws. Easy exit
  7. 7. 3. Stand Up India Scheme • Launched On :- 5 April 2016 • Launched By :- Govt. Of India
  8. 8. • Objectives/Purpose/Aim 1. To support entrepreneurship among women and SC & ST communities 2. It will facilitate two entrepreneurial projects on an average of one for each category (Women and SC/ST) of entrepreneurs per bank branch 3. It will provide financial aid through the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) with an initial amount of ₹ 10,000 crore • Target groups/Areas 1. SC/ST and/or Women entrepreneurs, above 18 years of age 2. Loan amounts from ₹ 10 lakh to ₹ 1 crore will be given to female and SC/ST entrepreneurs that will be repayable up to seven years • Key features 1. A credit guarantee system would also be implemented under the scheme through the National Credit Guarantee Trustee Company (NCGTC) 2. It will also familiarize the entrepreneurs with factoring services, e-market places and registration with online platforms and other aspects of web entrepreneurship
  9. 9. 4. Pradhan Mantri Yuva Yojnna 1. Launched On:- 9 November 2016 2. Launched By :- Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy 3. Ministry:- Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship 4. project cost of Rs. 499.94 crore
  10. 10. Objective:- Creating an enabling ecosystem for entrepreneurship development through entrepreneurship education and training; Advocacy and easy access to entrepreneurship support network and promoting social enterprises for inclusive growth. Salient feature:- It will provide entrepreneurship education and training to over 7 lakh students in 5 years (till 2020-21) through 3050 institutes; 2,200 institute of Higher Learning (University, College, Premier institution and AICTE institution including polytechnics); 300 school (10+2); 500 Industrial Training Institute (ITIs) and 50 entrepreneurship Development Center (EDCs). It also aim to:- 1. Educate and equip potential and early stage entrepreneurs by developing and deliver entrepreneurship education to all citizens free of charge through Massive Open On-Line Course (MOOCs) and other online programme. 2. Support entrepreneurs through Entrepreneurship hubs (E-Hubs) by establishing a National V Recourse Development Programme. 3. Connect Entrepreneurs in enabling networks of peers, mentors, funds and business services through a web based online market place. 4. Catalyze a culture shift to encourage Entrepreneurship.
  11. 11. 5. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) Objectives/Purpose/Aim To enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood • Target groups/Areas The scheme has a target to train 1 crore Indian youth from 2016-20 • Key features Under this Scheme, Training and Assessment fees are completely paid by the Government Training programmes have been worked out on the basis of National Occupational Standards NOS) and qualification packs specifically developed in various sectors of skills.
  12. 12. 6. Skill Strengthening For Industrial value Enhancement • Objectives:- To develop of robust mechanism for delivering quality skill development training by strengthening institution such as State Skill Development mission ( SSSDMs), National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Sector Skill Council (SSCs), it is and National Development Agency (NSDA) etc. Salient features:- 1. It is a Rs. 2,200 crore- Central sectored scheme, with half of the scheme outlay as World bank loan assistance. 2. It is an outcome focus scheme making shifting government implementation strategy in vocational education and training from input to result. 3. It shall incentivize ITIs to improve overall performance including apprenticeship by involving SMEs, business association and industry clusters.
  13. 13. 7. National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme • Objectives:- 1. To promote apprenticeship training and incentivize employers who wish to engage apprentices. 2. Increasing the engagement of apprenticeship from 2.3 Lakhs to 50 Lakh Cumulatively by 2020. Salient features:- 1. NAPS has provision for sharing of expenditure incurred in both providing training and stipend to the apprentice. 2. Reimbursement of 25% of prescribed stipend subject to a maximum of Rs. 1500/- per month per apprentice by the government of india to all employers who engage apprentices. 3. It will be implemented by Director General Of Training (DGT)
  14. 14. 8. Skill Acquisition And Knowledge Awareness For Livelihood Promotion (SANKALP) • Objective:- It consists of four objectives 1. Strengthening institutional mechanisms at national and State level to guide planning, delivery and monitoring of market relevant training. 2. Improved Quality and market Relevance of skill development programme. 3. Improved access to and completion of skill training for female trainees and other disadvantaged group. 4. Expanding skill training through Private public partnership (PPPs) Salient features:- 1. It is an outcome-oriented project supported by World Bank. 2. It has been designed to operationalize the sub mission under the national skill development Mission. 3. It is a centrally sponsored scheme. 4. A skill Fund has been provisioned under SANKALP with a aim to set up industry lead and job-oriented skill training institution. 5. India International Skill Centers (IISC) are being set up to train for overseas placements

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