The MSME Job Melas, conducted by the National Institute- MSME across eight states in India, has provided jobs to more than 21,338 candidates in 907 micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).
MSME Ministry, on its social media page, wrote, “A new initiative was taken up under the ATI scheme in making available skilled persons for the MSMEs in the country.”
As part of this, ni-msme conducted MSME Talent/Job Melas at different places across the country bringing employers and the skilled persons to a common platform.
“These melas are directly providing employment to the trained youth and indirectly encouraging the youth to participate in ESDPs, while also enhancing the success rate of the programmes,” the Ministry said.
Also, during the last three years, in order to boost skill development and entrepreneurship in the country, ni-msme Hyderabad has offered 4,931 training programmes benefiting 1,63,823 participants.
With regards to the foreign participants, ni-msme has offered 64 programmes benefiting 1,221 executives of the developing countries.
So far, 8,776 executives from 140 developing countries have profited from its expertise, knowledge and resources.