India is proposing to put in place an extensive rating criterion as part of the skilling initiative that would enable benchmark skilled personnel.
India has over 13,000 ITIs, of which 85 per cent are run by the private sector and 15 per cent are funded by the government.
India endorsed the BRICS Action Plan for Poverty Alleviation and reduction through skills which includes policy recommendations to integrate poor into overall national plan for vocational training.
The ministry of road transport and highways sought the approval of Niti Aayog to experiment and introduce six latest mass rapid transportation technologies.
The ministry is of the view that commercial vehicles are registered as such and there is no provision to allow private cars to run as app-based taxis.
The task forces will use the report prepared by Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, in 2015 as the base to kickstart assessment of the pollution problem in the national capital.
According to Panagariya, raising the GDP is the only practical option as no major success in poverty alleviation is likely without rapid economic growth.
A day-long session, to be held on July 10, will see Aayog's vice chairman Arvind Panagariya and cabinet secretary PK Sinha addressing the inaugural session.
The tie-ups with Bank of Baroda, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank will help EPFO save around Rs 125 crore a year.
The new definition will clearly outline what constitutes skills and the ministry hopes to see a substantial increase in the number of skilled personnel.
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