Working in sector, or for development goals
#cofog0722IN - Specialized medical services (IS)
#cofog0721IN - General medical services (IS)
#sdg12IN - Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
#sdg03IN - Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
#isic6202IN - Computer consultancy and computer facilities management activities
#isic6190IN - Other telecommunications activities
#IN88K - Financial and insurance activities
Madhya Pradesh, commonly known as the Heart of India has its capital in Bhopal. In the year 2000, the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh was formed into the separate state of Chhattisgarh. Madhya Pradesh with a geographical spread of 308.14 lakh sq km is the second largest state in the country by area and constitutes more than 9% of the total geographical area of the country. Forest cover of the state constitutes 30.73% of its geographical area. The State has 50 districts consisting of 313 blocks and 55393 villages.
Madhya Pradesh is one of the foremost Indian States to implement the three tiers Panchayat Raj System in the country and has 50 Zila (District) Panchayats, 313 Janpad (Blocks) Panchayats and 23040 village panchayats having their own elected representatives with 50% reservation for women. About 73% of the state’s population resides in rural areas. The state also has one of the largest tribal populations with 18 districts being predominantly tribal districts in the country. The share of schedule tribes and the schedule castes is 20.27% and 15.17% respectively. The overall literacy ratio in the state is 63.75 with male literacy being 76.1% and female literacy of 50.3%.31. The recently published ‘Provisional Population Totals’ of Census 2011 for MP clearly reflect that a high growth rate has been observed in the more urbanized districts like Bhopal, Indore and the industrial township of Singrauli. However, the decline in decadal growth rate has been recorded in the districts of Anuppur, Betul, Mandsaur and Chindwara which are highly tribal and Balaghat (IAP Disticts).
1. Training and Placement Programme-:
Youths are linking with assured placement after provided them training as per the demand of Industries and market. As on March 2012;The total 2,245 youths have provided the placement opportunity with support of DPIP Project in various progressive sectors like Medical Representative, Computer, Telecommunication, Retail Management, Personality Development, Health care worker, Marketing, Security, Insurance, microfinance etc.
2. Training & Self-employment Programme-:
Above component are ensuring the linkages of rural youths for employment & self-employment opportunities after provide them training as per the local demand generation. This programme is also playing a vital role for bridging the critical gap between rural youths and Banks/ Financial Institutions. Programme provides help for bank linkages and minimum three month support for establishing of self-employment unit.
As on March 2012, the total 171 youths are trained in various trades and provided support for establishing the self employment units in different sectors for e.g. Door Mat, Machine, Mobile repairing, Computer Hardware, AI training etc.
Reference in Actor Atlas or other links
Actor Atlas: Madhya Pradesh Rajya Aajeevika Forum