Schemes Under Ministry of Education 2024

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The Ministry of Education launches various schemes from time to time for the betterment of students. A few of them are:

1. Scheme for Higher Education Youth in Apprenticeship and Skills(SHREYAS)

In order to provide industrial apprenticeship opportunities to general graduates who are planning on graduating in April 2019 under the National Apprenticeship Promotional Scheme (NAPS), the Ministry of Human Resources Development has introduced the Scheme for Higher Education Youth in Apprenticeship and Skills (SHREYAS).

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In order to provide students with clear pathways to employment opportunities prior to and following their graduation, SHREYAS is a program meant for students enrolled in degree programs, the majority of which are non-technical. It also seeks to incorporate government efforts that encourage employment into the education system and to promote apprenticeship as an essential component of education.

2. Prime Minister’s Research Fellow Scheme(PMRF)

The plan was made public in the 2018–19 Budget.

All of the IITs, all of the IISERs, Bengaluru’s Indian Institute of Science, and a few of the best Central Universities/NITs that grant degrees in science as well as technology are among the institutions that are able to provide PMRF.

It aims to bring the nation’s talent pool to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) doctoral programs so they are able to conduct cutting-edge research in the areas of science and technology while emphasizing national issues. The ministry has established a new division called the “Research and Innovation Division” with the objective of enhancing research.

3. Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat

On October 31, 2015, the Honourable Prime Minister inaugurated “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” in honour of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s 140th birthday.

The initiative was ultimately made public by the Finance Minister in his 2016–17 Budget Speech.

With the help of this unique approach, the people of the various States and Union Territories would have an improved knowledge of each other’s cultures, customs, and practices, which will improve India’s unity and integrity.

States and UTs will be combined at the national level, and these pairings will hold until the next pairing round, which will take place a year from now.

Activities at the state level would make use of the State/UT level pairings. The pairings at the district level would be distinct from those at the state level.

4. JIGYASA: student- scientist connect programme

The official introduction of the student-scientist connect initiative, Jigyasa, has taken place in Delhi. In order to carry out this program, the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) have collaborated.

The goal is to establish a connection between scientists and school children so that kids may augment their classroom education with meticulously designed research laboratory experiences.

The “JIGYASA” would foster in schoolchildren and their teachers a culture of fascination on the one hand and a disposition toward science on the other.

The program aspires to link 1151 Kendriya Vidyalayas with 38 CSIR National Laboratories, serving around a thousand teachers and 100,000 students a year.

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